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Old 02-19-2005, 12:33 PM   #1
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Anyone know how to recalibrate an M8? Or do I have to send it in to Airtronics for calibration?
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Unless you messed with the internal settings or you jsut want a tune-up.....it should be pre-calibrated. If you mean, dialing it in for your car settings, that is covered in the manual.
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Just want a tune up.
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Just want a tune up.
well if you know nothing about calibrating a radio then send it in .. that way its done right and youll get many more years of excellant use out of it ..
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