How do I turn off the volume max on my stereo for my 2010 Toyota Corolla sport

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Asked by Nov 28, 2015 at 02:24 PM about the 2010 Toyota Corolla S

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Do you mean it's stuck on full volume and will not lower down when you turn knob to left, like loosening a bolt?

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No not stuck I would like to make it go louder so I can hear it better

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Then you will need an aftermarket audio system. The 2010 Corolla has a 100 watt amp.... built in audio stock. That is more than enough for 'normal' volume. Unless you are one of those people that like to "Impress" the car next to you at at stoplight... with your super-duper audio. Juvenile attitude. I bet you are either under 17 or just wanting attention. Now if you are really hard-of-hearing, I offer apologies. Otherwise grow up

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I am neither and I don't appreciate your answer at all. I am 43 and live to hear my music loud while I'm driving long distances like I do. I drive 3000 miles all the time back and forth to Alberta so are you able to help me with this thank you

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If you don't appreciate my answer then ignore it. I gave you an answer. It has a 60 watt amp and if you want it louder go aftermarket. I offered a preemptive apology to avoid offending you. That is the last thing I desire... to offend. And I'm not even a liberal. I am a friendly guy.... really. The stock speakers will not tolerate more than the stock audio system, you have 6 speakers and will have to replace all 6 if the volume as it is not loud enough for your taste... which all of ours is different. My Corolla goes from 0 to 59, then 'MAX" and blows my eardrums out, and no distortion. So, if you want 61 or 200 then back to aftermarket. I wish you well and best of luck with a search for a good audio system. We cool bro?

By the way... excellent choice of a car for long distance driving. My Corolla rivals hybrids in mpg and is as dependable as the sun rising in the morning. No better choice...

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