Mazda CX-3: Operating the Satellite Radio (Some models) / Displaying the Radio ID and SiriusXM operation

Mazda CX-3 (2015-2024) Owner's Manual / Interior Features / Audio Set [Type B (touchscreen)] / Operating the Satellite Radio (Some models) / Displaying the Radio ID and SiriusXM operation

Displaying the Radio ID

When channel 0 is selected, the radio ID is displayed. Use the PREVIOUS or NEXT channel buttons to select channel 0.

SiriusXM operation

Select the Mazda CX-3. Displaying the Radio ID and SiriusXM operation icon on the home screen to display the Entertainment screen. When Mazda CX-3. Displaying the Radio ID and SiriusXM operation is selected, the following icons are indicated in the bottom part of the center display.

Mazda CX-3. Displaying the Radio ID and SiriusXM operation

Selection from channel list

Receivable channels can be displayed on the channel list screen. You can easily select the channel you want to listen from the list. Each category can be also displayed.

  1. Select the Mazda CX-3. Displaying the Radio ID and SiriusXM operation icon to display the channel list.
  2. Select a desired channel.

(Select from category list)

  1. Select Mazda CX-3. Displaying the Radio ID and SiriusXM operation the icon to display the channel list.
  2. Select Mazda CX-3. Displaying the Radio ID and SiriusXM operation to display the category list.
  3. Select a desired category.

Creating TuneMix™ Channel

The music channels programmed to Smart Favorite can be programmed to the TuneMix™ Channel.

NOTE

  • Smart Favorite can be programmed by selecting Mazda CX-3. Displaying the Radio ID and SiriusXM operation on the SiriusXM Settings screen.
  • The TuneMix™ Channel cannot be created unless two or more SiriusXM music channels have been programmed to Smart Favorite.
  1. Select the Mazda CX-3. Displaying the Radio ID and SiriusXM operation icon to display the channel list.
  2. Select the Mazda CX-3. Displaying the Radio ID and SiriusXM operation tab.
  3. Select Mazda CX-3. Displaying the Radio ID and SiriusXM operation.
  4. Select Mazda CX-3. Displaying the Radio ID and SiriusXM operation.
  5. Select the desired music channel to the TuneMix™ Channel.
  6. Select Mazda CX-3. Displaying the Radio ID and SiriusXM operation to register the TuneMix™ Channel.

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