OK, this may seem like a dumb question, but I can't find my stinkin' owner's manual for the solution.
I have an FM transmitter for my MP3 player (it's a Creative Micro, not an Ipod... but it works fine
. It works great in the mornings, when the FM frequency I'm using has a very weak signal. But in the afternoons, that signal is stronger, which makes my MP3 player sound suck.
The instructions for the FM transmitter say to find an UNUSED FM frequency, and this is where I need some help. I have a 99 GT and the stereo has the usual Seek & Scan, "up" and "down" functions... but I cannot figure out how to manually enter a specific frequency number. The functions don't give me any control... they find frequencies that are IN USE.
Can anyone tell me if there is a way to find a FM frequency that is NOT in use, so I can sychronize it with my FM transmitter and get good reception on my MP3 player?