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  • 2011 Buick LaCrosse Navigation System MInfotainment System . . . . . . 3 Navigation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Voice Recognition . . . . . . . . 85 Using the NavigationIntroduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Maps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Bluetooth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 Navigation Symbols . . . . . . . . . . . 55Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Destination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Trademarks and License AM-FM Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 OnStar® Destination Agreements . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 Satellite Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Download . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i-1 Configure Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74Audio Players . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Global Positioning CD/DVD Player . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 System (GPS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 MP3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Vehicle Positioning . . . . . . . . . . . . 83 Hard Drive Device (HDD) . . . . . 25 Problems with Route Auxiliary Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Guidance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83Rear Seat Infotainment . . . 39 If the System Needs Rear Seat Entertainment (RSE) Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84 System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Ordering Map DVDs . . . . . . . . . . 84 Database Coverage Explanations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
  • Infotainment System 3Introduction Please refer to the purchase documentation relating to your Canadian Vehicle Owners (Propriétaires des Véhicules specific vehicle to confirm each of Canadiens) the features found on your vehicle. For vehicles first sold in Canada, A French language copy of this substitute the name “General manual can be obtained from your Motors of Canada Limited” for Buick dealer or from: wherever it appears in this manual. On peut obtenir un exemplaire de Keep this manual with the owner ce guide en français auprès duGENERAL MOTORS, GM, the GM manual in the vehicle, so it will be concessionnaire ou à ladresseEmblem, BUICK, and the name there if it is needed. If the vehicle is suivante:LaCrosse are registered trademarks sold, leave this manual in the Helm, Incorporatedof General Motors LLC. vehicle. P.O. Box 07130The information in this manual Detroit, MI 48207supplements the owner manual. 1-800-551-4123This manual describes features that Numéro de poste 6438 de languemay or may not be on your specific françaisevehicle either because they are www.helminc.comoptions that you did not purchase ordue to changes subsequent to theprinting of this owner manual.Litho in U.S.A. ©Part No. 20860213 B Second Printing 2010 General Motors LLC. All Rights Reserved.
  • 4 Infotainment System . Set up the navigation featuresOverview before beginning to drive, such { WARNINGRead this manual thoroughly to as entering an address or abecome familiar with how the preset destination. Taking your eyes off the road toonavigation system operates. long or too often while using the . For vehicles with phone navigation system could cause aAll functions are available when the capability, set up phone numbersvehicle is parked. Before driving: in advance so they can be called crash resulting in injury or death with the press of a single button to you or others. Focus your. Become familiar with the or a single voice command. attention on driving. navigation system operation, hard keys on the faceplate, and touch-sensitive screen buttons of the navigation system. { WARNING. Set up the audio by presetting Avoid looking too long or too favorite stations, setting the often at the moving map on the tone, and adjusting the navigation screen. This could speakers. cause a crash and you or others can be injured or killed. Use the turn-by-turn voice guidance directions whenever possible. View slide
  • Infotainment System 5Use the navigation system to: changes, it could suggest using a. Plan a route by selecting a road that is now closed for destination using the various construction or a turn that is methods and choices. prohibited by signs at the intersection. Because the system. Follow turn-by-turn instructions uses limited information, always and map guidance with voice evaluate whether following the prompts, when permitted by systems directions is safe and legal traffic laws, controls, and for the current conditions. conditions. When the navigation system is. Receive RDS broadcast turned on, a screen might appear announcements. with the information below. ReadAlways be alert and obey traffic and acknowledge the information it If the Caution screen appears, touchand roadway laws and instructions, contains. OK. If NAV or DEST are pressed,regardless of the guidance from the this Caution screen appears and OKnavigation system. Because the must be pressed to access NAV andnavigation system uses street map DEST functions. See instructionsinformation that does not include all later in this section.traffic restrictions or the latest road Set preferences or delete information from the navigation system using various options. View slide
  • 6 Infotainment SystemNavigation System Overview A. REC (Record) B. l FWD (Forward) C. VOL/ O (Volume/Power) D. HDD/DVD/AUX (Source) E. RADIO BAND (AM, FM, and XM) F. FAV (Favorite) G. CONFIG (Configuration) H. INFO (Information) I. 5 (Phone) J. NAV (Navigation) K. TUNE / k (Play/Pause) L. DEST (Destination) M. X (Eject) N. DEL (Delete)
  • Infotainment System 7O. g REV (Reverse) 2. Press the NAV control button to change between a map/audioP. SELECT split view or a full map view.Q. 0 BACKR. TONES. RPT (Repeat)NAV (Navigation) MenuThis menu screen accesses thenavigation system settings. Turn the SELECT knob to scroll through the available setup features. Once the desired feature displays, press the SELECT knob or press Setup Menu the desired feature on the screen, Press the CONFIG control button to to display more options within that display the Config Menu. This menu feature. is used for changing audio options, Languages navigation display, phone, vehicle configuration, and time features. To change the display language, see “Vehicle Personalization” in the vehicles owner manual.1. Press the NAV control button to The vehicle supports English, view the navigation map screen. French (Canadian), and Spanish. The map and current vehicle The default language is English. location displays.
  • 8 Infotainment SystemEnglish and Metric Unit Storing Radio Station Presets Entering an Address and PointConversion Up to 36 preset stations can be of Interest, and Storing PresetTo change the display units between stored. AM, FM, and XM can be DestinationsEnglish and metric units, see “Driver mixed. To store presets: The vehicle must be in P (Park) forInformation Center (DIC)” in the these operations.vehicles owner manual for more 1. Press O to turn the system on.information. 2. If viewing a map screen, press Entering an Address RADIO BAND, FAV, or the If having trouble finding a city orDeleting Personal Information source screen button . street name:The navigation system can record 3. Select the band. . Enter the street name firstand store destinations and personal instead of the city name, or viceinformation such as names and 4. Press l or g or turn the versa.addresses. TUNE / k knob to select the . Enter more characters or reduceIf you want to delete this desired station. the amount of characters toinformation: 5. Press and hold one of the preset reduce or expand the available. Previous Destinations screen buttons for more than options.. Address Book, Fav Route, one and a half seconds. To set a destination by entering a Preset Destinations, and HDD 6. Repeat the steps for each street name: music files preset. 1. Press DEST. To change the number of preset 2. If necessary, enter the state/ pages, see AM-FM Radio on province name. The last state/ page 11 for more information. province name is automatically recalled.
  • Infotainment System 93. Select the street name field. 8. Select the route preference for 5. Enter the specific title of the POI Enter the street name. Do not Fastest, Shortest, or Easiest. in the POI name space (e.g., enter directional information or The chosen route preference Washington Monument). street type. Use the space highlights. See “Navigation If four or less names are screen button between street Settings” under Using the available, a list displays. If more and city names. Use the Navigation System on page 49 than four are available, there is a backspace q screen button to for more information. match counter with a number in delete an incorrect character. 9. Select the Start Guidance it, representing the number of A list displays if four or fewer screen button. The route is now available POI names. Select the names are available. If there ready to be started. List button to view the list. Select are more than four, there is a See “Address Entry” under the POI. match counter with a number of Destination on page 60 for more 6. Press GO. The system available streets. Select the List information. calculates the route. button to view the list and select Entering a Point of Interest (POI) 7. Select the route preference for the street. Fastest, Shortest, or Easiest.4. Select the city from the list or To set a destination by entering a The system highlights the route. enter the city name. Point of Interest (POI): 8. Select the Start Guidance5. Enter the house number. This 1. Press O to turn the system on. screen button. The route is now field is automatically selected. 2. A caution could appear. Press ready to be started.6. Press OK. The address OK to proceed. See “Point of Interest (POI)” under information screen displays 3. Press DEST. Destination on page 60 for more the address entered. information. 4. Press the Point of Interest7. Press GO if correct. The route screen button. calculates.
  • 10 Infotainment SystemStoring Preset Destinations 7. Press and hold one of the 3. Press DEST. screen buttons at the bottom of1. Press the O to turn the the screen until the text in the 4. Select one of the available system on. preset destination screen button changes. buttons. The system calculates2. A caution could appear. Press The address book entry name the route. OK to proceed. appears in that preset 5. Select the route preference for3. Press NAV or DEST. destination screen button and is Fastest, Shortest, or Easiest. now available to select from the The system highlights the route.4. Enter a destination. See Select Destination screen. See Destination on page 60 for “Using Your Stored Preset 6. Select the Start Guidance information on how to enter a Destinations” next in this section screen button. The route is now destination. to select it as a destination. ready to be started.5. Press Mark from the map screen See “Preset Destinations” under See “Preset Destination” under to add the current final Destination on page 60 for more Destination on page 60 for more destination to the address book. information on how to delete or information. The address book screen add preset destinations. Canceling Guidance appears. Using the Stored Preset Guidance is canceled once you6. Select the Name screen button. Destinations arrive at the final destination. To An alpha-keyboard displays. These destinations are available for cancel guidance prior to arrival at Enter the name. selection while driving. the final destination: 1. Press DEST. 1. Press O to turn the system on. 2. Press Cancel Guidance. 2. A caution could appear. Press OK to proceed. 3. Press Yes to confirm cancellation.
  • Infotainment System 11Voice Guidance Cleaning the Display RadioTo adjust the volume of voice Notice: Using abrasive cleanersguidance prompts: when cleaning glass surfaces, AM-FM Radio1. Press CONFIG to enter the could scratch the glass. When cleaning the glass, use only a Playing the Radio menu features. Turn the SELECT knob until Nav soft cloth and do not spray Audio Source Menu displays. Press the SELECT cleaner directly on the system. knob to select Nav or press the Do not apply spray cleaner directly O (Power/Volume): Nav screen button to display to the system, the cleaner could 1. Press to turn the radio on or off. more options within that feature. affect the mechanical parts. 2. Turn to increase or decrease the2. Press Voice Prompt. Do not wipe the panel with a hard volume. The volume is adjusted cloth or use a volatile liquid such as for the current audio source,3. Press Voice Volume. active navigation voice thinner or alcohol, it could scratch4. Press + or – to increase or to the surface or erase the characters guidance, or voice prompts. decrease the volume of the on the buttons. The steering wheel controls can voice prompts. also be used to adjust the volume.See “Voice Prompt ” under Using See “Steering Wheel Controls” inthe Navigation System on page 49 the vehicles owner manual for morefor more information. information. Also, see “Radio Settings” and “Automatic Volume” in this section. TUNE: Turn to change the radio station. See “Finding a Station” following for more information.
  • 12 Infotainment SystemRADIO BAND: Press to select the Navigation Audio SystemAM, FM, or XM (if equipped). Sound MenuThe audio sources can also bechanged by using the steeringwheel controls. See “Steering WheelControls” in the vehicles ownermanual for more information.HDD/DVD/AUX: Press this buttonuntil the desired source is selected. Press the source indicator tab to display the current audio source screen. The display shows a split screen with the audio source screen To access the sound menu, on the left side and the map or press TONE. guidance screen on the right side. Press Full Map to exit the split view Use the sound menu to adjust the screen. following features: . Setting the Tone . Adjusting the SpeakersIf the audio system is on and a map . Digital Signal Processingscreen is being viewed, a touchsensitive source indicator tabappears at the top of the mapscreens.
  • Infotainment System 13Setting the Tone To adjust the speaker fade:To adjust the tone using the . Press and hold the front arrowsound menu: for more sound from the front. Treble: Press + or − to change speakers and the rear arrow the level. for more sound from the rear speakers. The middle position. Mid (Midrange): Press + or − to balances the sound between the change the level. front and rear speakers.. Bass: Press + or − to change EQ Settings the level. EQ (Equalization): The EQAdjusting the Speakers settings are selected through theTo adjust the speaker balance using sound menu. EQ provides a choice To view the DSP options, press thethe Sound menu: of Talk or Manual. DSP Settings screen button on the Digital Signal Processing (DSP) sound menu.. Press and hold the left arrow for more sound from the left The DSP feature is selected through speakers or the right arrow the sound menu and provides a for more sound from the right choice of two different listening speakers. The middle position experiences. DSP can be used balances the sound between the while listening to the audio system. left and right speakers.
  • 14 Infotainment System Radio Settings Audio system settings or features can be customized for: . Automatic Volume Select OFF, Low, Medium, or High sensitivity to automatically adjust the volume to minimize the effects of unwanted background noise that can result from changing road surfaces, driving speeds or open windows. This feature works best at lower volume settingsThe following screen buttons are where background noise islocated at the bottom of the screen: typically louder than the soundStereo: This setting provides the To access the Radio settings menu: system volume.best overall sound quality for all . Press CONFIG. . Number of Favorite Pagesseating positions. . Turn the SELECT knob until Change the number ofHK Surround: Harman Kardon® Radio displays. Press the mixed-band preset pages whensignal processing circuitry creates SELECT knob to select Radio or using FAV. Press 1 through 6 toHarman Kardon® surround sound press the Radio screen button to select the number of preset lists.listening experience from stereo display more options within thatCDs and satellite radio. Turn it on feature.and it operates automatically. Thereis no need to adjust audio controls.
  • Infotainment System 15. HDD FAV Pages (number of Local Station List Search To scroll through the pages, press favorite categories for FAV (favorites). The current page HDD mode) number displays above the preset Select categories such as buttons. The stored stations Playlist, Artist, Album, and for each list displays on the Genre to be used as a favorite touch-sensitive preset buttons category during HDD mode. at the bottom of the screen. The number of preset FAV lists can be. DivX Registration Code changed. Display the DivX registration To store a radio station to a code used for DivX media mixed-band preset list: playback. 1. Press RADIO BAND, then pressFinding a Station AM, FM or XM (if equipped) toSelect the band, see “Audio Source select the desired band. To find a list of local stations in theMenu” in this section. current band AM or FM band, press 2. Tune to the station. SELECT. The radio performs aTurn the TUNE / k knob to find a 3. Press FAV to scroll to the list. search for available stations.radio station. To select a preset 4. Press and hold one of thestation, press the corresponding Mixed-Band Presets preset buttons for more thanpreset button. two seconds. The station Up to 36 preset stations can beSee “Mixed-Band Presets” for more stored. Each page can store frequency appears on the presetinformation. six preset stations. The presets button at the bottom of the within a page can be from different display.Seeking a Station radio bands. 5. Repeat the steps for each presetPress g or l to search for a in each page.station.
  • 16 Infotainment SystemTo recall a preset station from a To resume listening to the broadcast . Receive announcementsFAV page: concerning local and national at the point left off, press k again. emergencies1. Press FAV to scroll to the page. Timeshift stops recording and . Display messages from radio2. Press the preset button. The erases the buffer when the vehicle stations stored preset station is recalled. is turned off or the station or source is changed. This system relies on receivingTimeshift specific information from these Before turning the vehicle off, press stations and only works when theThe Timeshift feature automatically k so that timeshift keeps recording information is available. In rarebegins recording the audio when for 20 minutes. If the vehicle is stilllistening to the radio. cases, a radio station could off after 20 minutes, the system broadcast incorrect informationThe recording allows playback of stops recording and all information that causes the radio features tocontent that was missed. is lost. If a low battery condition work improperly. If this happens, occurs, timeshift stops recordingTimeshift stores up to 20 minutes contact the radio station. and all information is erased.of content. After 20 minutes, it The RDS system is always on.removes the oldest content and Radio Data System (RDS) When information is broadcast fromcontinues recording new content. the current FM station, the station The audio system has a Radio DataWhile listening to the radio, press System (RDS). RDS features are name or call letters display on thek to stop hearing the information available for use only on FM audio screen. RDS can provide athrough the speaker. During this stations that broadcast RDS program type (PTY) for currentpaused time, timeshift keeps information. With RDS, the programming and the name of therecording. A status bar displays radio can: program being broadcasted.the length of the recording. . Seek to stations broadcasting the selected type of programming
  • Infotainment System 17Satellite Radio XM Categories Audio PlayersXM™ Satellite Radio Service XM stations are organized in categories. CD/DVD PlayerVehicles with an XM satellite radiotuner and an XM satellite radio Removing or Adding Categories The player can be used for CD,subscription can receive XM 1. Press CONFIG. Turn the MP3, DVD audio and as a DVDprogramming. SELECT knob until Radio video player.XM is a satellite radio service that is displays. Press the SELECT With the ignition on, insert a CD/based in the 48 contiguous United knob to select Radio or press DVD into the slot, label side up. TheStates and 10 Canadian provinces. the Radio screen button to player pulls it in and begins playing.XM Satellite Radio has a wide display more options within While playing, the navigationvariety of programming and that feature. system is available.commercial-free music, 2. Select Show/Hide XM The vehicle must be in P (Park) forcoast-to-coast, and in digital-quality Categories screen button. video to display.sound. A service fee is required to 3. Press the category screen The DVD player is only compatiblereceive the XM service. For more buttons to show or hide the with DVDs of the appropriate regioninformation, see www.xmradio.com category. code that is printed on the jacket ofor call 1-800-929-2100 in the U.S.or in Canada, www.xmradio.ca or most DVDs. XM Radio Messagescall 1-877-438-9677. The system is capable of playing: See “XM Radio Messages” in theWhen XM is active, the channel vehicle’s owner manual for a list of . Most audio CDsname and number, category name, possible XM messages. . CD-Rsong title, and artist displays on thescreen. . CD-RW
  • 18 Infotainment System. MP3 or unprotected WMA To avoid damage to the CD/DVD The disc automatically plays once formats player: loaded.. DVD-Video . Do not use scratched or Press X to eject a disc from the. DVD-Audio damaged discs CD/DVD player. If the disc is not. DVD-R/RW . Do not apply labels to discs. The removed within a short period of labels could get caught in the time, it automatically is pulled back. DVD+R/RW player. into the player.When playing any compatible . Insert only one disc at a time. Playing a CD/DVDrecordable disc, the sound qualitycan be reduced due to disc quality, . Keep the loading slot free of A disc must be loaded to select thethe method of recording, the quality foreign materials, liquids and source.of the music or video that has been debris. When a disc is loaded, the disc iconrecorded, or the way the disc has If a description label is needed, try displays.been handled. labeling the top of the disc using a There are two ways to play aThere can be increased skipping, marking pen. CD/DVD:difficulty in recording tracks, and Loading and Ejecting Discs . Insert the disc and playbackdifficulty in finding tracks/chaptersand/or difficulty in loading and To load a disc: starts automatically.ejecting. If these problems occur, 1. Turn the ignition on. . Press HDD/DVD/AUX, thencheck the disc for damage or try a press DISC.known good disc. 2. Insert a disc into the slot, label side up. The player pulls it in the rest of the way. If the disc is damaged or improperly loaded, there is an error and the disc ejects.
  • Infotainment System 19Playing an Audio CD l (Seek Up/FWD): Shuffle . Seeks to the next track. . Press and hold to fast forward through a track. Release the button to return to playing speed. Elapsed time displays. g (Seek Down/REV): This icon displays when Shuffle . Press to seek to the beginning of mode is on. See “CD Menu”. the current or previous track. If the track has been playing for CD Menu less than five seconds, it seeks the previous track. If longer than five seconds, the current trackA track number displays at the starts from the beginning.beginning of each track. Song,Artist, and Album information . Press and hold to fast reversedisplays when available. through a track. Release the button to return to playingUse the following controls to play speed. Elapsed time displays.the disc: TUNE: Turn to the right or left to gok (Play/Pause): Use to start, to the next or previous track.pause, or resume play. SELECT (Multifunction Knob): Turn to display the track list. Select the track from the list. The system Press the CD Menu button to plays the selected track and returns display the CD Menu. to the CD screen.
  • 20 Infotainment SystemShuffle: Plays the tracks randomly. Insert the DVD; the menu options DVD OptionsPress again to stop shuffle. display on the DVD screen. The Full Screen:Track List: Displays the list of menu options time out and a full screen appears after about 1. Select to hide the DVD optionstracks on the disc. Select the track. and display the full video image.The selected track plays and the CD 10 seconds. Press anywhere on thescreen displays. navigation system screen or press 2. Press anywhere on the FAV, HDD/DVD/AUX, or BACK to navigation system screen orPlaying an Audio and view the menu screen again. press FAV, HDD/DVD/AUX,Video DVD Use the screen buttons to operate or BACK to re-display the source the DVD options screen buttons. There are two pages of DVD Cursor: options. Press the arrow, located in 1. Press to access the the bottom right corner of the cursor menu. screen, to access the next page. Only the highlighted functions are 2. Press the arrows and other available for use. Some menu cursor options to help move options are only available when the through the DVD menu. The disc is not playing. cursor menu options are only available if a DVD has a menu. q, Q , r , R (Arrow Buttons): Press these arrow buttons to move around the DVD menu.To view the DVD video, the vehiclemust be in P (Park) for an automatic k (Play/Pause): Use to start,transmission or the parking brake pause or resume play.must be engaged for a manualtransmission.
  • Infotainment System 21l (Seek Up/FWD): 3. Press and hold to fast reverse Top Menu: Press to display the through a disc. When fast first menu of the DVD. Availability1. Press to seek to the next reverse is active, press again to of this feature is dependent on chapter. change the speed. Elapsed time the DVD.2. Press more than once to displays. Press k to resume Menu: Press to display the menu continue moving forward through playing. for the part of the DVD that is the disc. currently playing. Availability of this TUNE: Turn to go to the next or3. Press and hold to fast forward previous chapter. feature is dependent on the DVD through a disc. When fast and is not available for audio DVDs. forward is active, press again to Stop: Keypad: Press to display and change the speed. Elapsed time 1. Press to stop the DVD. search through the chapter, track, displays. or menu number screen. On the 2. Press k to resume playing the4. Press k to resume playing. keypad, enter the title/chapter DVD from where it stopped. number or the group/track number.g (Seek Down/REV): 3. Press twice to start the DVD Search: Press to search a title.1. Press to seek to the beginning of from the beginning. the current or previous chapter. Angle: Shuffle:2. If the chapter has played for 1. Press to adjust the viewing 1. Press to play the tracks less than five seconds, it goes angle of the DVD, depending on randomly. to the previous chapter. If the the DVD, while the DVD is 2. Press again to play sequential. playing. chapter has played longer than This button is available for DVD five seconds, the current chapter 2. Continue pressing to cycle audio discs. is restarted. More than one through the viewing angles. press continues moving back through the disc.
  • 22 Infotainment SystemAudio: Error Messages . There could have been a problem while burning the disc.1. Press to change the audio If Disc Read Error displays and/or . The label might be caught in the stream and the audio language the disc comes out, it could be for heard, while the DVD is playing. one of the following reasons: CD/DVD player.2. Continue pressing to cycle . The disc has an invalid or If the CD or DVD is not playing through the available audio unknown format. correctly, for any other reason, try a streams or languages, known good CD or DVD. . The disc is not from a correct depending on the DVD. If any error continues, contact your region.Subtitle: dealer. . The disc is very hot. Try the disc1. Press while a DVD is playing to again when the temperature view with subtitles on or off or to MP3 returns to normal. change the language of the Playing an MP3 CD and DVD . The road is very rough. Try the subtitles. disc again when the road is MP3 Format2. Continue pressing to cycle smoother. through the available subtitle Guidelines must be met, when . The disc is dirty, scratched, wet, creating an MP3 disc or the CD languages and to turn subtitles or upside down. might not play. off, depending on the DVD playing. . The air is very humid. Try the The guidelines are: disc again later.Pan Scan: Pan Scan is a method . Sampling rate: 8 kHz, 16 kHz,of adjusting widescreen film images 22.05 kHz, 24 kHz, 32 kHz,so that they can be proportioned to 44.1 kHz, and 48 kHz.fit the DVD screen display. Press toturn on Pan Scan.
  • Infotainment System 23. Bit rates supported: 8, 16, 24, 32, 40, 48, 56, 64, 80, 96, 112, l (Seek Up/FWD): 128, 144, 160, 192, 224, 256, 1. Press to seek to the next track. and 320 kbps. 2. Press again to continue moving. Maximum number of folders is forward through the disc. 255 with a maximum hierarchy 3. Press and hold to advance of eight folders. quickly through playback.. Maximum of 1024 files on a disc. Release the button to return to playing speed. Elapsed time. Recorded on a CD-R or CD-RW displays. with a maximum capacity of 700 MB. g (Seek Down/REV):. DVD-Dual Layer discs should If a disc is already loaded, but you 1. Press to seek to the beginning of not be used. are currently on a map screen or the current or previous track.. listening to a different audio source, If the track has played for less The Artist/Album/Song Titles/ press HDD/DVD/AUX to switch to than five seconds, it goes to the Genre information requires a CD the disc source. A track number previous track. If longer than to be fully scanned before the appears when each track starts five seconds, the current track music navigator works with to play. restarts. these menus. Disc scanning does not occur when the disc is To play a disc: 2. Press again to continue moving being played. back through the disc. k (Play/Pause): Use to start,Insert an MP3; the MP3 icon pause, or resume play of adisplays. loaded disc.
  • 24 Infotainment System3. Press and hold this button . Track List (All Songs) to reverse quickly through Select to view a list of all songs playback. Release the button on the disc. There might be a to return to playing speed. delay before the list displays. Elapsed time displays. Select a song from the list toTUNE: Turn to go to the next or begin playback. Songs areprevious track. displayed based on the CD burning application folder andSELECT (Multifunction Knob): file structure used.1. Turn to display the track list for . Artists the current mode/folder. Select to view the list of artists2. Select the track from the list. that have been stored on the The system plays the selected Select any of the following category disc. Select an artist name to track and returns to the CD buttons on the MP3 music menu to view a list of all songs by the screen. display the corresponding category artist. There might be a delay screen:Disc Music Menu before the list displays. Select . Folders/Playlists the desired song from the listPress the DISC Menu button or and it begins to play.press SELECT while on the Disc Select to view the folders storedaudio screen to display the DISC on the disc. Select a folder to . AlbumsMusic Menu. view the list of all the songs in Select to view the albums on the that folder. There might be a disc. Select the album to view a delay before the list displays. list of all songs on the album. Select a song from the list to There might be a delay before begin playback. the list displays. Select a song from the list to begin playback.
  • Infotainment System 25. Genres file structure that contains a Hard Drive Device (HDD) Select to view the genres on the compressed audio file. The empty folder(s) are not displayed or With a Hard Drive Device (HDD), disc. Select a genre to view a list numbered. songs can be recorded. of all songs of that genre. There might be a delay before the list No Folder The type of formats supported by displays. Select a song from the the HDD are: list to begin playback. When the CD only contains compressed audio files without any . MP3. Song Titles folders or playlists, all files are . MP3-Pro (with spectral brand Select to display a list of all located under the root folder. replication). songs on the disc. There might . WMA File System and Naming be a delay before the list displays. Select a song from the The displayed song title is taken . Audible.com list to begin playback. Songs are from the files ID3 tag. If a song title . M4A displayed in alphabetical order is not present in the ID3 tag, the based on the Song Title ID3 tag, radio displays the file name as the Songs can be recorded from a CD if available. track name. player or a mass media storage device connected by a USBRoot Directory Preprogrammed Playlists connector. The hard drive hasThe root directory is treated as a The radio recognizes 10 GB memory capacity for storagefolder. All files contained directly preprogrammed playlists, however, of media files.under the root directory are there is no editing capability. These For optimal recording performanceaccessed prior to any root directory playlists are treated as special make sure the disc is clean with nofolders. folders containing compressed damage, otherwise the system audio song files. might partially record the track.Empty Directory or FolderIf a root directory or folder is emptyor contains only folders, the playeradvances to the next folder in the
  • 26 Infotainment SystemTo select the hard drive audio Recording from a CD to the To record selected tracks fromsource: Hard Drive the disc: The speed of the recording 1. Load a CD or press HDD/DVD/ increases if you are listening to AUX until the Disc screen another source while recording. displays. To record all tracks from the disc: 2. Press the CD Menu button or press SELECT while on the CD/ 1. Load a CD or press REC. Disc audio screen to display the 2. Press HDD/DVD/AUX until the DISC Music Menu. Select a Disc screen displays. song for recording. 3. A confirmation displays. 3. Press REC. 4. A confirmation displays. 5. Select the song name to record. A progress bar displays.Press HDD/DVD/AUX; cyclethrough the available audio source Recording from a USB Deviceuntil the HDD source displays or to the Hard DriveHDD/DVD/AUX once, then pressthe HDD source button. To copy all tracks from the USB device: 1. Connect a USB device or press HDD/DVD/AUX until the disc screen displays the USB screen. 2. Press REC. 4. Select All Songs to record all tracks. A progress bar displays.
  • Infotainment System 273. A confirmation displays. Duplicate Content Playing Hard Disc Drive4. Select the All Songs screen When recording starts, it checks for Content button to copy all tracks. duplicate content on the hard drive. A progress bar displays. If the entire content of the CD existsTo record selected tracks: on the hard drive, it will not record.1. Connect a USB device. If some or none of the content exists, then only that content will2. Press HDD/DVD/AUX until the be copied to the hard drive. disc screen displays the USB screen. If the same file is recorded from USB and CD, it is possible to have3. Press the CD Menu button or duplicate tracks. press SELECT while on the CD/ Disc audio screen to display the CD Eject DISC Music Menu. Select a If the CD ejects before the recording song for recording. process completes, only tracks that To operate while the HDD source is4. Press REC. have been completely recorded are active, use the following buttons: stored to the hard drive, incomplete5. A confirmation displays. k (Play/Pause): Press to start, tracks are discarded.6. Select the song name to record. pause, or resume play of the current A progress bar displays. Power Mode media source. If the system is turned off during a CD or USB recording process, it stops. When the radio is turned back on, the recording process does not resume automatically.
  • 28 Infotainment Systeml (Seek Up/FWD): SELECT (Multifunction Knob):1. Press to seek to the next track. 1. Turn to display the track list. For example, if in artist mode it only2. Press and hold to advance displays the track by the quickly through playback. selected artist. Release the button to return to playing speed. Elapsed time 2. Select the desired track from displays. the list. The system plays the selected track and returns to theg (Seek Down/REV): HDD screen.1. Press to seek to the beginning of DEL (Delete): the current or previous track. If the track has been playing for 1. Press to delete a song from the less than five seconds, the hard drive. Select any of the following buttons previous track plays. If longer on the HDD Music Menu: 2. Select the song from the HDD than five seconds, the current Music Menu screen to delete. Shuffle: Press to play the tracks track restarts. randomly. To delete an entire list of Artists,2. Press and hold this button Albums, or Genres, select the More Like This: to reverse quickly through category from the HDD Music 1. Press to use Gracenote music playback. Release the button Menu screen. recognition technology and to return to playing speed. HDD Music Menu related data to generate a list Elapsed time displays. of songs similar to theTUNE: Turn the knob to go to the From the HDD screen, press the current song.next or previous track. HDD Menu screen button on the HDD screen to display the HDD 2. Select a song from the list. Music Menu.
  • Infotainment System 29This feature is only available with Album: Saving HDD Favoritessongs recorded to the HDD from 1. Press to view the albums on the During HDD playback, to save theAudio CDs, not MP3s and other hard drive. current song playing to a categorycompressed audio. preset: 2. Select an album to view a list ofWhen recording CDs to the HDD all songs on the album. . Press FAV until the FAV playlistthere might be delays to build the category displays.list until all the files are compressed. 3. Select a song from the list. Once selected, Album Mode displays. . Press and hold a preset buttonPlaylist: until the Saved to Favorites All Songs:1. Press to view the playlists on the message displays. hard drive. 1. Press to view a list of all songs on the hard drive. To save an entire Artist, Album,2. Select a playlist to view a list of or Genre to a FAV category preset: all songs in the playlist. 2. Select a song from the list. Once selected, All Songs . Press FAV until the correct FAV3. Select a song from the list. Once Mode displays. category appears. selected, Playlist Mode displays. . Press and hold a preset button. Genres:Artist: 1. Press to view the genres on the Playing HDD Favorites1. Press to view the artists on the hard drive. hard drive. Favorites can be played two 2. Select a genre to view a list of different ways.2. Select an artist to view a list of all songs of that genre. all songs by that artist. 1. Press FAV until the appropriate 3. Select a song from the list. Once FAV HDD category displays.3. Select a song from the list. Once selected, Genre Mode displays. selected, Artist Mode displays. Press a preset button under the Recently Saved: Press to view a HDD screen. list of the 50 most recently saved songs to the HDD. Once selected, Recently Saved Mode displays.
  • 30 Infotainment System2. Select FAV from the HDD Playing from USB To play a USB device: Music Menu. Favorite Artist, . Connect the USB and it begins Album and Genre are in the to play. corresponding list. . Press HDD/DVD/AUX, thenUSB Host Support press the USB button.The USB connector uses the While the USB source is active, useUSB 2.0. the following to operate USB function:USB Supported Devices. USB flash sticks or pen drives. k (Play/Pause): Press to start, pause, or resume play of the current. Portable USB Hard Drives. media source. Special care needs to be taken related to the power source of l (Seek Up/FWD): these devices (USB bus A USB Mass Storage device can be 1. Press to seek to the next track. powered vs. external power). connected to the USB port to copy 2. Press and hold to advance. Portable media adapters that compressed audio files onto the quickly through playback. support SD Flash, Compact hard drive. Content can also be Release the button to return to Flash, or SD Micro. played directly from the USB device. playing speed. Elapsed time The USB port is located in the displays.Depending on the USB massstorage device, some devices might center console.not be recognized. The USB icon displays when theMusic can be played directly from USB device connected.the USB device and controlledthrough MP3 control functionsand menu.
  • Infotainment System 31g (Seek Down/REV): USB Music Menu Folder/Playlist:1. Press to seek to the beginning of 1. Press to view the playlists stored the current or previous track. on the USB. If the track has been playing for 2. Select a folder/playlist to view a less than five seconds, the list of all songs in the folder/ previous track plays. If playing playlist. longer than five seconds, the current track restarts. 3. Select a song from the list. Once selected, Folder/Playlist Mode2. Press and hold to reverse displays. quickly through playback. Artist:3. Release the button to return to playing speed. Elapsed time 1. Press to view the artists stored displays. on the USB.TUNE: Turn the knob to go to the Press the USB Menu button or 2. Select an artist to view a list ofnext or previous track. press SELECT while on the USB all songs by the artist. audio screen to display the USB 3. Select a song from the list. OnceSELECT (Multifunction Knob): Music Menu. selected, Artist Mode displays.1. Turn to display the track list. For Select any of the following buttons example, if in artist mode it Album: on the USB Music Menu: only displays the track by the 1. Press to view the albums stored selected artist. Shuffle: on the USB.2. Select the desired track from 1. Press to play the tracks 2. Select an album to view a list of the list. The system plays the randomly. all songs on the album. selected track and returns to the 2. Press again to stop this function. 3. Select a song from the list. Once USB screen. selected, Album Mode displays.
  • 32 Infotainment SystemAll Songs: Playing from an iPod® For more information, visit1. Press to view a list of all songs www.apple.com/itunes. stored on the USB. Recording from the iPod to the HDD2. Select a song from the list. Once is not supported. Media must be selected, All Songs Mode recorded using a USB mass storage displays. device.Genres: To connect and control an iPod, connect one end of the standard1. Press to view the genres stored iPod USB cable to the iPods dock on the USB. connector. Connect the other end to2. Select a genre to view a list of the USB port in the center console. all songs of that genre. iPod music information displays on3. Select a song from the list. Once the radio’s display and begins selected, Genre Mode displays. This feature supports the following playing through the vehicle’s audio iPod models: system.Eject USB: Press when USBis to be removed. If the USB is . Fifth generation or later iPod The iPod battery rechargesdisconnected without selecting automatically while the ignitionEject USB, the files could become . First, Second, or Third is on or in the ACC/ACCESSORYcorrupted. generation iPod Nano position. When the ignition is turned . iPod Classic off while an iPod is connected using the iPod USB cable, the . iPod Touch iPod battery stops charging and For proper operation, make sure the the iPod automatically turns off. iPod has the latest firmware from Apple®. iPod firmware can be updated using the latest iTunes® application.
  • Infotainment System 33If the iPod is a model that is not Shuffle: 3. Select the desired song fromsupported, it can still be listened to 1. Press to play the tracks the list. Once a song has beenin the vehicle by connecting it to the randomly. selected “Artist Mode” appearsauxiliary input jack using a standard on the iPod main screen to show3.5 mm (1/8 inch) stereo cable. See 2. Select again to stop this that music is being played fromAuxiliary Devices on page 39 for function. a specific artist.more information. Playlist: Album:iPod Music Menu 1. Press to view the playlists that 1. Press this button to view the have been stored on the iPod. albums that have been stored on 2. Select a playlist name to view a the iPod. list of all songs in the playlist. 2. Select an album name to view a 3. Select the desired song from list of all songs on the album. the list. Once a song has been 3. Select the desired song from selected “Playlist Mode” displays the list. Once a song has been on the iPod main screen to show selected “Album Mode” appears that music is playing from a on the iPod main screen to show playlist. that music is being played from Artist: a specific album. 1. Press this button to view the artists that have been stored onSelect any of these buttons on the the iPod.iPod Music Menu to display thecorresponding screen: 2. Select an artist name to view a list of all songs by the artist.
  • 34 Infotainment SystemAll Songs: Composers: 3. Select the desired song from the1. Press this button to view a list of 1. Press this button to view the list. Once a song has been all songs stored on the iPod. composers that have been selected “Audio Book Mode” stored on the iPod. appears on the iPod main2. Select the desired song from screen. the list. Once a song has been 2. Select a composer name to selected “All Songs Mode” view a list of all songs of that Podcasts appear with the general appears on the iPod main composer. music. They do not have their own screen to show that music is category. Like the other music files, 3. Select the desired song from the they are searchable by title, artist, being played from the All Songs list. Once a song has been category. album. selected “Composer Mode”Genres: appears on the iPod main Eject iPod: Press this button to screen to show that music is remove the iPod. If the iPod is1. Press this button to view the disconnected without selecting this genres that have been stored on being played from a specific composer. button, the files on the iPod could the iPod. be corrupted.2. Select a genre name to view a Audio Book: list of all songs of that genre. 1. Press this button to view the3. Select the desired song from audio books that have been the list. Once a song has been stored on the iPod. selected “Genre Mode” appears 2. Select an audio book name to on the iPod main screen to show view a list of all songs of that that music is being played from genre. a specific genre.
  • Infotainment System 35Audio Book After inserting the USB or CD Playing Audio Book Content storage media, this screen displays: After activating and transferringThe system can play back audiobook content downloaded from audible.com files to the system, playwww.audible.com® by either burning the files by:it to a CD or recording it to a USBstorage device.Audible.com is a provider ofspoken word audio entertainment,information, and educationalprogramming. The use of theaudible.com playback featurerequires that the audible.comaccount be activated with the radio.For more information on creating anaccount or how to activate the radiowith your existing account, visit Press All Recording screen buttonwww.audible.com/caraudio. The to record all available audio books.activation process requires the A specific audio book to record can 1. Press HDD/DVD/AUX until theVehicle Identification Number (VIN) be selected by pressing the Select HDD source is selected.of the vehicle. Book screen button.Once activated, files can be After the files have been recorded,transferred by burning them to a CD eject the CD/USB external media.or by using a USB storage device.
  • 36 Infotainment System2. Press the HDD Menu, the HDD 3. The Audio Book screen displays 4. Select a chapter to start Music Menu displays. Scroll a list of the available audio playback. down to the Audio Book option books for playback. Select and select. a book.
  • Infotainment System 37 To change the audio book currently playing:5. The audio book begins 2. The Audio Book screen displays playback. a list of the available audio books for playback. SelectSelecting Another Audio Book a book. 1. Press SELECT or press theTo play a different audio book from HDD Menu button to enter thatthe one selected, return to the Audio screen menu. The HDD MusicBook menu options. Menu displays. Scroll down to the Audio Book option.
  • 38 Infotainment System Changing Chapters within an Audio Book To change chapters within an audio book:3. Select a chapter to start 4. The audio book begins playback. playback. While the audio book is playing, turn the SELECT knob. The chapter list of the current book displays. Select a chapter from the list. To return to the current chapter being played, select the chapter with the checkmark located at the right.
  • Infotainment System 39Auxiliary Devices If an auxiliary device has already Rear Seat been connected, but a differentThis vehicle has an auxiliary input source is currently active, do either Infotainmentjack located in the center console. of the following to switch back to thePossible auxiliary audio sourcesinclude: auxiliary source: Rear Seat Entertainment . Press HDD/DVD/AUX (RSE) System. Laptop computer repeatedly to cycle through all. of the available audio source The vehicle may a DVD Rear MP3 player Seat Entertainment (RSE) system. screens, until the AUX source. Tape player screen is selected. The RSE system works with theThis jack is not an audio output. vehicles Infotainment system. The . Press HDD/DVD/AUX once, DVD player is part of the front radio.Do not plug headphones into the then press the AUX sourceauxiliary input jack. Drivers are screen button. The RSE system includes a radioencouraged to set up any auxiliary with a DVD player, two rear seatdevice while the vehicle is in video display screens, audio/videoP (Park). jacks, two wireless headphones,Connect a 3.5 mm (1/8 inch) cable and a remote control. See CD/DVDfrom the auxiliary device to the Player or the separate navigationauxiliary input jack. When a system manual for more informationdevice is connected, the system on the vehicles DVD system.automatically begins playing audio A DVD can play in the navigationfrom the device over the vehicle radio, or from an auxiliary videospeakers. source.
  • 40 Infotainment SystemTo use the rear seat displays: below 60°C (140°F). If the1. Insert a DVD into the navigation temperature is outside of this range, radio or an attached auxiliary heat or cool the vehicle until it is video source. within the operating range.2. Press HDD/DVD/AUX until the Global Off AV source screen displays. Depending on the Infotainment system, the RSE system may have a Global Off feature. The Global Off feature disables all RSE system features. Press and hold the radio power button for more than three seconds for Global Off to 4. Select the video source to be disable the RSE features. A used (AUX A/V or DVD). padlock icon may display on the Before Driving Infotainment screen when the Global Off feature is on. To turn the The RSE is for rear seat Global Off feature off: passengers only. The driver . Press and hold the radio power cannot safely view the video screen while driving. button for more than3. Press Rear Display 1 for left three seconds. video screen or Rear Display 2 In severe or extreme weather conditions, the RSE system may not . Insert or eject any disc. for right video. work until the temperature is within . Press the Remote Control power the operating range. The operating button. range is above −20°C (−4°F) and . Cycle the ignition.
  • Infotainment System 41Headphones RSE includes two 2-channel Infrared transmitters are on the top wireless headphones. Channel 1 is of the left seatback video screen. dedicated to the DVD player, and The headphones shut off Channel 2 is dedicated to any automatically to save the battery external auxiliary device connected power if the RSE system is shut off to the A/V jacks. The headphones or if the headphones are out of are used to listen to various range of the transmitters for more multi‐media. The wireless than three minutes. Moving too far headphones have an On/Off forward or stepping out of the button, channel 1/2 switch, and vehicle, can cause the headphones a volume control. Turn the to lose the signal or have static. headphones off when not in use. The headphones automatically Push the On/Off button to turn on turn off after four hours of the headphones. A light on the continuous use.A. Battery cover headphones comes on. If the light To adjust the volume on theB. Channel 1 or 2 switch does not come on, check the headphones, use the volume batteries. Intermittent sound or static control.C. Power button can also indicate weak batteries.D. Volume control See “Battery Replacement” later in this section for more information.E. Power indicator light
  • 42 Infotainment SystemFor optimal audio performance, the If the foam ear pads attached to Audio/Video (A/V) Jacksheadphones must be worn correctly. the headphones become worn or If available, the A/V jacks areHeadphones should be worn with damaged, the pads can be replaced located on the rear of the floorthe headband over the top of the separately from the headphone set. console. They allow audio orhead for best audio reception. The To purchase replacemnet ear pads, video cables to be connected fromsymbol L (Left) appears on the call 1‐888‐293‐3332, then prompt an auxiliary device such as aoutside bottom edge of the ear cup zero (0), or contact your dealer. camcorder or a video game system.and should be positioned on the leftear. The symbol R (Right) appears Battery Replacement The A/V jacks are color coded:on the outside bottom edge of the To change the batteries: . Yellow for video input.ear cup and should be positioned on 1. Loosen the screw to the batterythe right ear. . White for left audio input. door located on the left side ofNotice: Do not store the the headphones. . Red for right audio input.headphones in heat or direct 2. Slide the battery door open. Power for auxiliary devices is notsunlight. This could damage the supplied by the infotainment system.headphones and repairs will not 3. Replace the two AAA batteries.be covered by the warranty. To use the auxiliary inputs of the 4. Replace the battery door and RSE system:Storage in extreme cold can tighten the screw.weaken the batteries. Keep the 1. Connect the auxiliary deviceheadphones stored in a cool, dry Remove the batteries if the cables to the A/V jacks.place. headphones are not going to be used for a long period of time. 2. Power on both the auxiliary device and the RSE video screen.
  • Infotainment System 43Changing the Source on the 4. Press the AUX button a fourth Audio OutputVideo Display Screens time to change the source of Audio from the DVD player orThe image from the auxiliary device both video screens to the DVD auxiliary inputs can be heardcan be switched between the video player. through the following:display screens. How to Change the RSE Video . Wireless HeadphonesTo change the display: Screen Settings . Vehicle Speakers1. Press the AUX button on the The screen display mode, brightness, and language can be The RSE system transmits the remote control to change the changed from the setup menu using audio signal to the wireless source of both video screens the remote control. To change a headphones if an audio signal is from the DVD player to the setting: available. See “Headphones” earlier auxiliary device. in this section for more information.2. Press the AUX button a second 1. Press z. The front seat passengers are able time to change the left video screen source to the DVD player 2. Use n, q, p, o and r to to listen to playback from the A/V select the settings. jacks through the vehicle speakers and the right video screen to the by selecting Rear A/V as the source auxiliary device. 3. Press z again to exit the on the radio.3. Press the AUX button a third setup menu. time to change the left video screen source to the auxiliary device and the right video screen to the DVD player.
  • 44 Infotainment SystemVideo Screens Only the left RSE seatback console Remote Control contains the infrared transmitters forThe video screens are located in the wireless headphones, they maythe back of the driver and front be visible as eight illuminated LEDs.passenger seats. These LEDs are not on the right video screen. Both seatback consoles contain an infrared receiver for the remote control. They are located at the top of each console. Notice: Avoid directly touching the video screen, as damage may occur. See “Cleaning the Video Screen” later in this section for more information. To use the remote control, aim it at Video Screen Input Jack the transmitter window at either seatback console and press the Each video screen is equipped with button. Direct sunlight or very brightTo use the video screen: a video input jack to allow video light could affect the ability of the1. Push the release button located cables to be connected from an RSE transmitter to receive signals on the seatback console. auxiliary device such as a from the remote control. Check the camcorder or a video game system. batteries if the remote control does2. Move the screen to the desired This signal will override any video not seem to be working. See viewing position. provided by the RSE system; either “Battery Replacement” later in thisPush the video screen down into its the DVD or Auxiliary A/V jack section. Objects blocking the line oflocked position when it is not in use, source. The RSE system must be sight could also affect the functionthe screen turns off automatically. on for this input to operate. of the remote control.
  • Infotainment System 45If a CD, DVD, or MP3 disc is in the Remote Control Buttons z (Display Menu): Press to adjustRadio DVD slot, the remote control O (Power): Press to turn the video the brightness, screen displayO button can be used to turn on the screens on and off. mode, and display thevideo screen display and start the language menu.disc. The Infotainment system can P (Illumination): Press to turn thealso turn on the video screen remote control backlight on. The q (Return): Press to exit thedisplay. See CD/DVD Player on backlight times out after several current active menu and return topage 17 for more information seconds if no other button is the previous menu. This button pressed. operates only when the displayUse the infotainment system to turn menu or a DVD menu is active.the video screen display on. v (Title): Press to return to the main menu of the DVD. This c (Stop): Press to stop playing,Notice: Storing the remote function could vary for each disc. rewinding, or fast forwarding a DVD.control in a hot area or in direct Press twice to return to thesunlight can damage it, and the y (Main Menu): Press to access beginning of the DVD.repairs will not be covered by the the DVD menu. The DVD menu iswarranty. Storage in extreme cold different on every DVD. Use the s (Play/Pause): Press to startcan weaken the batteries. Keep navigation arrows to move the playing a DVD. Press to pause athe remote control stored in a cursor. After making a selection DVD while it is playing. Press againcool, dry place. press the enter button. This button to continue playing. only operates when using a DVD. Depending on the infotainment n, q , p , o (Menu Navigation system in the vehicle, DVD Arrows): Use the arrow buttons to playback may be slowed down by navigate through a menu. pressing s then [. Reverse slow r (Enter): Press to select the play by pressing s then r. Press highlighted choice in any menu. s again to cancel slow play.
  • 46 Infotainment Systemt (Previous Track/Chapter): [ (Fast Forward): Press to fast (Clear) (If Available): Press thisPress to go to the start of the forward the DVD or CD. To stop fast button within three seconds aftercurrent track or chapter. Press again forwarding a DVD video, press s. inputting a numeric selection, toto go to the previous track or To stop fast forwarding a DVD audio clear all numeric inputs.chapter. This button may not work } 10 (Double Digit Entries) (If or CD, release [. This button mightwhen the DVD is playing the Available): Press this button tocopyright information or the not work when the DVD is playing the copyright information or the select chapter or track numberspreviews. greater than 9. Press this button previews.u (Next Track/Chapter): Press to e (Audio): Press to change audio before inputting the number.go to the beginning of the next 1 through 0 (Numeric Keypad):chapter or track. This button might tracks on DVDs that have this feature when the DVD is playing. The numbered keypad provides thenot work when the DVD is playing capability of direct chapter or trackthe copyright information or the { (Subtitles): Press to turn ON/ number selection.previews. OFF subtitles and to move throughr (Fast Reverse): Press to subtitle options when a DVD is Replacing the Remote Controlquickly reverse the DVD or CD. To playing. If the remote control becomes loststop fast reversing a DVD video, AUX (Auxiliary): Press to switch or damaged, a new universalpress s. To stop fast reversing a the video display between the DVD remote control can be purchased. player and an auxiliary source. Use a Toshiba® code set forDVD audio or CD, release r. This replacement universal remotebutton might not work when the d (Camera): Press to change the controls.DVD is playing the copyright camera angle on DVDs that haveinformation or the previews. this feature when the DVD is playing.
  • Infotainment System 47Battery Replacement Tips and Troubleshooting ChartTo change the remote control Problem Recommended Actionbatteries: No power. The ignition might not be turned to1. Slide back the rear cover on the ON/RUN or in ACC/ACCESSORY. remote control. The picture does not fill the screen. Check the display mode settings in2. Replace the two batteries in the There are black borders on the top the setup menu by pressing the compartment. and bottom or on both sides or it display menu button on the remote3. Replace the battery cover. looks stretched out. control.Remove the batteries from the In auxiliary mode, the picture moves Check the auxiliary inputremote control if unused for an or scrolls. connections at both devices.extended period of time. The remote control does not work. Check to make sure there is no obstruction between the remote control and the transmitter window. Check the batteries to make sure they are not dead or installed incorrectly. After stopping the player, I push If the stop button was pressed one Play but sometimes the DVD starts time, the DVD player resumes where I left off and sometimes at the playing where the DVD was beginning. stopped. If the stop button was pressed two times the DVD player begins to play from the beginning of the DVD.
  • 48 Infotainment System Tips and Troubleshooting Chart (cont.) DVD Display Error Messages Problem Recommended Action The DVD display error message depends on which radio the vehicleThe auxiliary source is running but Check that the RSE video screen is has. The video screen may displaythere is no picture or sound. in the auxiliary source mode by one of the following: pressing the AUX button on the remote control. Disc Load/Eject Error or Check the auxiliary input Mechanical Error: There are disc connections at both devices. load or eject problems.Sometimes the wireless headphone Check for obstructions, low Disc Format Error or Unknownaudio cuts out or buzzes. batteries, reception range, and Format: The disc is inserted with interference from cellular telephone the disc label wrong side up, or if towers or by using a cellular the disc is damaged. telephone in the vehicle. Disc Region Error or Disc Error: Check that the headphones are The disc is not from a correct on correctly using the L (left) and region. R (right) on the headphones. Check that the headphones are No Disc Inserted: No disc is positioned properly with the present when the X is pressed on headband across the top of the infotainment system. the head.I lost the remote and/or the See your dealer for assistance.headphones.The DVD is playing, but there is no Check that the RSE video screen ispicture or sound. sourced to the DVD player by pressing the AUX button on the remote control.
  • Infotainment System 49DVD Distortion Navigation TUNE / k:Video distortion can occur when 1. Turn to change the radio station.operating cellular phones, scanners, Using the Navigation See AM-FM Radio on page 11CB radios, Global Position Systems System for more information.(GPS)*, two-way radios, mobile fax,or walkie talkies. Use the buttons on the navigation 2. Press k to start, pause, and system faceplate and the available resume playback. See CD/DVDIt might be necessary to turn off the screen buttons on the navigation Player on page 17, MP3 onDVD player when operating one of screen to operate the system. See page 22, and Hard Drive Devicethese devices in or near the vehicle. Overview on page 4. (HDD) on page 25 for more*Excludes the OnStar® System. information. Various functions are disabled whenCleaning the RSE Seatback the vehicle is moving. TONE: Press to access the SoundConsole Menu screen to adjust bass, Navigation Control Buttons midrange, treble, and Digital SignalUse only a clean cloth dampened The control buttons are on the Processing (DSP). See AM-FMwith clean water to clean the RSE navigation system: Radio on page 11 for moreseatback console surface. information.Cleaning the Video Screen VOL/ O (Volume/Power): INFO (Information): Press for 1. Press to turn the system on weather information (if equipped)Use only a clean cloth dampened and off. and climate control displays (ifwith clean water. Use care whentouching or cleaning the screen as 2. Turn to adjust the volume for the equipped).damage could result. audio, OnStar®, voice guidance, CONFIG (Configure): Press to and voice recognition voice adjust features for radio, navigation, prompts. display, phone, vehicle, and time. See Configure Menu on page 74 for more information.
  • 50 Infotainment SystemSELECT: Turn the knob to highlight DEST (Destination): g REV (Reverse):a feature. Press to activate the 1. Press to plan a route through thehighlighted feature. 1. Press to seek to the beginning of Select Destination menu. If route the current or previous track.5 (Phone): See Bluetooth on guidance is active. If the track has been playing forpage 93 under Phone for more 2. Press to access the Route less than five seconds, it seeksinformation. Menu. See Destination on the previous track. If longer thanNAV (Navigation): page 60 for more information. five seconds, the current track starts from the beginning.1. Press to view the vehicles 0 BACK: Press to return to the current position on the map previous screen in a menu. The 0 2. Press and hold to fast reverse screen. through a track. Release the BACK button does not work in button to return to playing2. Continue pressing to cycle primary display screens, such as speed. See CD/DVD Player on through the full map and split phone, sound settings, configure page 17 and MP3 on page 22 screen. Full Map displays the settings, info screens, map screen, for more information. screen in full view, split screen or audio screen. displays both map and audio REC (Record): Press to record l FWD (Forward): from a CD Player or a mass media information. 1. Press to seek the next track. storage device connected by a USBRPT (Navigation Repeat): Press connector. See Hard Drive Deviceto repeat the last voice guidance 2. Press and hold to fast forward through a track. (HDD) on page 25 for moreprompt. information. 3. Release the button to return to playing speed. See CD/DVD DEL (Delete): Press to delete Player on page 17 and MP3 on recorded content from the hard drive page 22 for more information. device. See Hard Drive Device (HDD) on page 25 for more information.
  • Infotainment System 51X (Eject): Press to eject a disc À-Ý (Accent Alphabet): To select Navigation Settingsfrom the CD/DVD player. See CD/ letters with accent symbols. The navigation menu screenDVD Player on page 17. A-Z (Alphabet): To select letters accesses the navigation systemThe preset buttons numbered one from the alphabet. settings.through six can be used to select Symbols: To select symbols.the soft key buttons on the bottomof the display. U (Space): To enter a space between characters or the words ofTouch Screen Buttons a name.Touch screen buttons are on the q (Backspace): The backspacescreen and are highlighted when a button is used to delete an incorrectfeature is available. Some toggle character that has been selected.screen buttons highlight when active To make name selection easier, theand grey-out when inactive. system highlights only charactersAlpha-Numeric Keyboard that are available after the previously entered one.Letters of the alphabet, symbols,punctuation, and numbers, when If a name does not display after entry, try entering it differently. The To access:available, display on the navigationscreen as alpha/numeric keyboards. map database may not contain all 1. Press CONFIG to display theThe alpha keyboard displays when information. Setup menu.data needs to be entered. 2. Turn the SELECT knob to scrollAll characters are buttons displayed through the available setupon the screen. Press to select. features. Press the SELECT knob or press the Nav screen button to display other options within that feature.
  • 52 Infotainment System3. Select the navigation setting to change.The screen buttons available are:Voice PromptThis menu allows changes to thevoice features. Voice Guidance: Enable or disable Avoid Freeway: Major roads are voice guidance. A checkmark avoided. indicates on. Avoid Toll Road: Toll roads are Confirmation Feedback: Turns the avoided. speech confirmation feedback on or Avoid Ferry: Ferries are avoided. off. A check mark indicates on. Avoid time and seasonal Route Preference restricted road: Time restrictedVoice Volume: Adjust the voice Press the Route Preference button and seasonal roads are avoided.volume for guidance and voice displayed on the screen to changerecognition prompts by pressing − route options when a route isor + buttons or by turning the calculated.SELECT knob. Press the GuidanceVolume button to preview theselected sound level.
  • Infotainment System 53BACK TRACK Map Database Information Back Track ModePress the BACK TRACK button to Displays map database version When selected, the back trackturn on, off, or delete the recording information. feature is on. See BACK TRACKand displaying of the traveled path. earlier in this section. Show 3-D Landmark When selected, 3-D landmarks display on the map screen. Maps This section includes basic information needed to know about the map database. Map Coverage The navigation maps are stored on Press the Coverage button to the hard drive. view the major metropolitanDisplay Back Tracks: When For more information on map coverage area.active, the traveled path displays. coverage, see “Navigation Settings” Low Fuel Warning under Using the Navigation SystemRecord Back Track Points: When on page 49.active, the traveled path is recorded. When selected, a popup screen displays gas station icons on theDelete Back Track Points: map or lists the five nearest gasDeletes the recorded path. stations.
  • 54 Infotainment SystemInstalling the DVD Map Disc 6. If the correct code is entered, . Do not keep the disc in direct the system starts updating and sunlight, high temperatures,The factory installs the map or humidity. the status bar displays.database information on the HDD. . Place the disc back into theAn updated map disc can be used 7. Press X after the map original case after use.to update the map database database update is completed.information, see Ordering Map If the application update file is Map AdjustmentsDVDs on page 84 in this section. included in the disc, the application The scale of view on the map canBefore updating the map database update is also done. be adjusted.on the HDD, read the following Handling the DVD Map Discsteps: Map Scales . Handle the disc very carefully to1. Start the vehicle to perform the avoid contamination or flaws. map updating. Signals might not read out2. Press VOL/ O to turn the properly. system on. . Use a soft cloth if the disc gets3. Insert the map update disc into soiled and gently wipe it out from the slot, label side up. the center of the disc to the outside. Do not use cleaners or4. Press the Update button when solvents. the Update Confirmation screen displays. . Do not use the disc to rest on while writing or drawing using5. Enter the Authentication Code, any writing utensil or attach a then press Enter. seal to any of the sides or the disc.
  • Infotainment System 55There are two methods to change Scroll Features . Press NAV to exit map scrollingthe map scale: and return to the current vehicle location on the map.1. Turn the SELECT knob clockwise or counterclockwise to . While scrolling the map, this zoom out or in. symbol can display the distance to the crosshair area.2. Press the Map scale button which is located on the bottom left-hand corner of the map . screen to change the zoom To scroll within the map, press level. anywhere on the map screen and the scroll symbol displays. The map scale bar times out if the zoom level is not changed . Tap the map to center that within a few seconds. location on the screen. For example, this shows that theThe scale ranges from 100 m . Hold a finger in any direction map has been scrolled, 160 m(150 ft) to 400 km (250 mi). To outside of the scroll symbol and (0.1 mi) away from current vehiclechange from English to metric, see the map will continue to scroll in position.“DIC Operation and Displays” in the that direction until finger isindex of the vehicles owner manual. removed. Navigation Symbols . Scroll speed increases when Following are the most common pressing closer to the edge of symbols that appear on a map the screen. screen. The vehicle symbol indicates the current position and heading direction of the vehicle on the map.
  • 56 Infotainment SystemThe destination symbol marks the The estimated time and distance to This symbol indicates that the mapfinal destination after a route has the destination are displayed. view is North up: North up displaysbeen planned. North at the top of the map screen regardless of the direction the vehicle is traveling. Select this symbol to change the view to Heading up or 3-D.The waypoint symbol marks a setwaypoint and is numbereddepending on how many havebeen set.A waypoint is a stopover destination This symbol indicates that the mappoint added to the planned route. If waypoints have been added to view is heading up. the current route, each waypoint Heading up view displays the destination displays estimated time direction the vehicle is traveling and distance. at the top of the map screen.
  • Infotainment System 57The shaded triangle indicates North.Select this symbol to change theview to North up or 3-D.Press this symbol to change to3‐D mode.The 3-D symbol is the same as the This symbol indicates that a menu isHeading up symbol, but the map is available and displays on the leftin 3-D. side of the screen. Press this symbol or SELECT to access the screen menu. Driving on a Route These symbols indicate that the information shown on the right side While driving on a route, the next of the map can be hidden to show a maneuver the map screen displays full screen map view. is either as an Urgent maneuver orThe No GPS symbol appears when a Non-Urgent maneuver.there is no Global PositioningSystem (GPS) satellite signal.
  • 58 Infotainment SystemUrgent Maneuver Options Available on the MapAn Urgent Maneuver is displayed Screenwhen the next maneuver is less While on route, several options arethan or equal to 0.8 km (0.5 mi) available while viewing the mapaway on a residential road or is less screen. To access this menu:than or equal to 1.5 km (2 miles)away on freeway. Driving on the Residential Road Non-Urgent Maneuver A non-urgent maneuver is when your distance to the next maneuver is greater than 0.8 km (0.5 mi) when driving on a residential road or is greater than 1.5 km (2 miles) when 1. While on the Map screen. Driving on the Freeway driving on a freeway. 2. Press the SELECT knob to display the menu on the left side. See Navigation Symbols on page 55 to learn how to change the map view to North up, Head up, or 3-D view.
  • Infotainment System 59 the current vehicle position to 2. Select nearby POI. The POI list any of the set waypoints or final displays. destination. 3. After selecting the type of POI, Save: Saves a specific location to press NAV. The POI will show on the Address Book. the map. Nearby POI 4. Use the delete button to deleteWhen this symbol is selected, the nearby POI display.distance and time remaining from Select to view POI informationthe current vehicle position to the nearby and on route.first waypoint displays. Press this button to change the full map screen to the half map screen and half exit information. Whole Route: Select to choose options for the entire route. Cancel Guidance: Cancel guidance of current route. 1. When the screen displays the full map. Press the SELECT Re-Route: Allows the routeThis menu displays if the symbol knob, the map menu on the left preferences to be changed.and waypoints are entered. Selectthe main map view to display the side will show the POI option.distance and time remaining from
  • 60 Infotainment SystemDestination State/Province: Enter a state/ province name.While destination is not set,press DEST to access the Select City: Enter a city name.Destination screen. Several options Street Name: Enter a street name.can be selected to plan a route byentering destinations. House #: Enter a valid address number. Cross Street Name: Enter a street name that intersects with the selected street. A checkmark displays on the right side when the field has been Entering the city name first: selected and the destination can be entered. After an entry step is 1. Press DEST. completed, the checkmark moves to 2. If necessary, enter the State/ the next item. Province name. The last State/ Province is automatically recalled.Address Entry 3. Enter the city name. The city field is automatically selected.Set a route by entering the state/province name, city name, streetname, and house number.
  • Infotainment System 614. Enter the street name, this field 8. Select the route preference for A list displays if four or fewer is automatically selected. Do not Fastest, Shortest, or Easiest. names are available. If there enter directional information or The chosen route preference are more than four, there is a street type. Use the space highlights. See “Navigation match counter with a number of button between street and city Settings” under Using the available streets. Select the List names. Use the backspace q Navigation System on page 49 screen button to view the list and button to delete an incorrectly for more information. select the street. entered character. 9. Select Start Guidance and the 4. Select the city from the list or A list displays if four or fewer route is ready to be started. enter the city name. names are available. If there are Entering the Street name first: 5. Enter the house number. This more than four, there is a match field is automatically selected. counter with a number of 1. Press DEST. available streets. Select the List 2. If necessary, enter the state/ 6. Press OK. The address province name. The last state/ information screen displays the screen button to view the list and province name is automatically address entered. select the street.5. Enter the house number. This recalled. 7. Select GO if correct. The route is field is automatically selected. 3. Select the street name field. calculated. Enter the street name. Do not 8. Select the route preference for6. Press OK. The address information screen displays the enter directional information or Fastest, Shortest, or Easiest. address entered. street type. Use the space The chosen route preference button between street and city highlights. See “Navigation7. Select GO if correct. The route is names. Use the backspace q Settings” under Using the calculated. button to delete an incorrect Navigation System on page 49 character. for more information.
  • 62 Infotainment System9. Select Start Guidance and the Entering by POI Name/Phone 4. Select the POI name from route is ready to be started. Number the list. 1. Press DEST. 5. Press GO on the confirmation 2. Select the POI button displayed screen if the information is on the screen. correct. 6. Select the route preference for Fastest, Shortest, or Easiest. 7. Select Start Guidance and the route is ready to be started. Entering a POI by City Name 1. Press DEST. 2. Select the Point of Interest button.Point of Interest (POI) 3. Select the Browse POIThe POI destination entry allows Categories button.selection of a destination byproviding the POI name, a city 4. Select the change location 3. Enter the name or select by button.name, or selecting from the POI list. phone number. 5. Enter the new state and city. A list displays if four or fewer names are available. If there 6. Select a category, then a are more than four, there is a sub-category. match counter with a number of The available POI names available POI names. Select the display. List screen button to view the list. 7. Select the POI name.
  • Infotainment System 638. If the POI is correct, press GO. 4. Select a category, then a 3. Select the Destination. The route is calculated. sub-category. 4. Press GO if the information9. Select the route preference for The available POI names is correct and the route is Fastest, Shortest, or Easiest. display. calculated.10. Select Start Guidance and the 5. Select the POI name. 5. Select the route preference for route is ready to be started. 6. If the POI is correct, press GO. Fastest, Shortest, or Easiest. the route is calculated. See “Navigation Settings” underSelecting a POI Category Using the Navigation System on1. Press DEST. 7. Select the route preference for page 49 for more information. Fastest, Shortest, or Easiest.2. Select the Point of Interest 6. Select Start Guidance and the button. 8. Select Start Guidance and the route is ready to be started. route is ready to be started.3. Select the Browse POI Address Book Categories button. Previous Destination Select a destination from a list of previous destinations. Up to 15 points that have been previously entered can be recalled. If the list is full, the oldest destinations automatically are deleted once the newest destinations are added. 1. Press DEST. 2. Select the Previous Destination button. A list displays the previous destinations.
  • 64 Infotainment SystemChoose a destination by selecting Pick From Map Lat/Long Coordinatesan address that has been stored in Select a destination by scrolling on Choose a destination based onthe address book. the map. Latitude and Longitudinal1. Press DEST. coordinates. 1. Press DEST.2. Select the Address Book button. 2. Select the Pick From Map A list displays the address book button. A map screen with a entries. scroll symbol displays.3. Select the destination from 3. Select the Zoom in/out arrow the list. key displayed on the screen and4. Press GO on the confirmation press the map to locate the screen if the information is destination to select. Press and correct. The route calculates. hold a finger on the map to5. Select the route preference for activate fast scrolling. Fastest, Shortest, or Easiest. 4. Press GO. The route calculates. See “Navigation Settings” under 5. Select the route preference for Using the Navigation System on Fastest, Shortest, or Easiest. page 49 for more information. Enter in the location as coordinates, See “Navigation Settings” under6. Select Start Guidance and the Latitude and Longitude. Using the Navigation System on route is ready to be started. page 49 for more information. 1. Press DEST. 6. Select Start Guidance and the 2. Select the Lat/Long button. route is ready to be started. 3. Enter the coordinates for the destination in degrees, minutes, and seconds. 4. Press GO. The route calculates.
  • Infotainment System 655. Select the route preference for 4. Select Start Guidance and the Voice Prompt Fastest, Shortest, or Easiest. route is ready to be started. Select Voice Volume to change the See “Navigation Settings” under volume of voice prompts and voice Using the Navigation System on Getting Started on the Route recognition. page 49 for more information. Several functions can be performed after a destination has been Select the Voice Guidance, Speech6. Select Start and start the route. Confirmation Feedback, or Traffic entered. Press DEST to access thePreset Destination Route Menu screen. Voice Prompt screen buttons to turn voice prompts on or off for eachSet a destination by selecting category. See “Navigation settings”from one of six previously stored under Using the Navigation Systemdestinations. If a destination is not on page 49 for more information.set for one of the screen buttons,the button dims and is not available Detourto use. See “Previous Destinations” To select a detour around thein this section for information on current route, select the Routehow to add a preset destination. screen, then select to detour 2, 5,1. Press DEST. or 10 km (1, 3, or 5 miles). Select Whole Route to detour the entire2. Select one of the available route. This is only available while Preset Destination buttons. The driving on a route. screen buttons were stored with the name selected. The route is Cancel Guidance calculated. From the Route screen, press3. Select the route preference for Cancel Guidance to cancel the Fastest, Shortest, or Easiest. current route. Press Yes on the See “Navigation Settings” under confirmation screen to cancel or No Using the Navigation System on to continue the guidance. page 49 for more information.
  • 66 Infotainment SystemTurn List Waypoints information. The system calculates and highlights the route and the route can be started. 4. To add more waypoints, press DEST. Select the Add button to add the waypoint in the order desired on the route. The system calculates and highlights the route and the route can be started. To delete a waypoint: 1. Press DEST.To view the list of maneuvers for the Up to three waypoints can be added 2. Select the Delete Waypointentire route, select Turn List from to the current route, between the button.the Route Menu screen. start point and final destination. The 3. Select the waypoint to be waypoints can be edited or deleted. deleted by pressing the screen. To add a waypoint: 4. A confirmation message 1. Press DEST. displays. Press Yes to delete the 2. Select the Add Waypoint button. waypoint; press No to cancel This button is only available if this operation. The system the route has been calculated. calculates and highlights the route and the route can be 3. Enter the waypoint by any of the started. add destination methods. See Destination on page 60 or more
  • Infotainment System 67Route Preview u v (Fast Reverse or Forward Previous DestinationsPreview the entire route in either Scroll): To delete all previous destinationsdirection. 1. Press the fast reverse scroll from the system: arrow to go to the start point. 1. Press DEST. 2. Press the fast forward scroll 2. Select the Previous Destination arrow to go to the final screen button. destination. These buttons display once the reverse/forward 3. Press the Clear All screen scroll button has been selected. button. j (Pause): Pauses the route 4. Presst OK to clear All Previous preview, while in reverse, fast Destinations, or press the cancel reverse, forward, or fast forward button to cancel this operation. scroll. Address Book S T (Reverse or Forward Options for saving to the Scroll): Address Book:s t (Reverse or Forward Skip): 1. Press the reverse scroll arrow to 1. Scrolling on map or Pick from1. Press the reverse skip arrow to go to the start point. Map in the Dest Menu: Scroll to go to the start point. 2. Press the forward scroll arrow to the location. Press the SELECT2. Press the forward skip arrow to go to the final destination. knob. A menu displays on the go to the final destination. left side of the screen. Press the Suspend/Resume Guidance Save and the location is saved. Select the Suspend/Resume Guidance button to suspend or resume guidance on the current route.
  • 68 Infotainment System2. Address Entry: Enter a To edit the name of an destination through the Address address book: Entry menu. Press the Save 1. Press DEST. screen button and a menu displays with the Save option 2. Select the Address Book screen located on the bottom of the button. A list displays the screen. Press the Save option to address book entries. save this location to the 3. Select the address book entry to Address Book. be changed.3. POI Menu: Select a POI. Press 4. Select the Edit screen button. Save from the bottom of the information page display. 5. Select the Change Name option.4. Previous Destination: From the To change the map icon of an 6. Use the Alpha keyboard to enter Previous Destination Menu, address book entry: the name. select the destination to save. 1. Press DEST. 7. Press OK to save your changes. Press Save at the bottom of the information page. 2. Select the Address Book screen To add or change the phone number button. A list displays the of an address book entry: address book entries. 1. Press DEST. 3. Select the address book entry to 2. Select the Address Book screen be changed. button. A list of address book 4. Select the Edit screen button. entries displays. 5. Select the Change Icon screen 3. Select the address book entry to button. be changed. 6. Select an icon from the list. 4. Select the Edit screen button. 7. Press OK to save changes.
  • Infotainment System 695. Select Change Phone Number To delete an address book entry: 5. Press and hold one of the six screen button. 1. Press DEST. screen buttons at the bottom of6. Use the numeric keyboard to the screen until the text within 2. Select the Address Book screen the button changes. enter or change the phone button. A list displays the number. address book entries. 6. The name appears in that preset7. Press OK to save changes. destination screen button and 3. Select the address book entry to can be selected from the SelectTo add a voice tag to an address be deleted. Destination screen button.book entry: 4. Press Delete. A confirmation Favorite Route1. Press DEST. message displays. 1. After the route has been2. Select the Address Book screen To add a preset destination from the planned, press NAV until the full button. A list displays the address book: map screen is shown. address book entries. 1. Press DEST. 2. Press the SELECT knob.3. Select the address book entry to 2. Select the Address Book screen A menu displays. be changed. button. 3. Scroll down and select the4. Select the Edit screen button. 3. Select the address book entry to Whole Route option. The whole5. Select the Add Voice Tag screen add as a Preset. The Address route map screen displays. button. Book Information screen 4. Select the Add Route screen6. Speak the name after the beep displays. button. The route is stored as a and within four seconds. The 4. Select the Edit screen button on favorite. name is repeated back. the bottom of the screen by pressing it.
  • 70 Infotainment SystemTo change the route name, add a To add a voice tag: Menu Screen Buttonvoice tag or delete a favorite route: 1. Select the Add Voice Tag screen1. Press DEST. button.2. Select Fav Route screen button. 2. Speak the name after the beep3. Select the route. within four seconds. The name is repeated back.4. Select the Edit screen button. To delete a favorite route:5. Select from: Change Route Name, Add Voice Tag, or Delete 1. Select the Delete Favorite Route Favorite Route. screen button. The confirmation screen displays.To change the route name: 2. Press Yes to delete the route1. Select the Change Route Name and No to cancel from deleting screen button. the route. Various navigation system settings2. Using the Keypad, enter are available through the Menu the name. screen button. Some options are3. Select the Favorite Route entry only available after a route is to be edited. planned.4. Press OK. The new name will be 1. Press NAV to view the Map in the Favorite Route Menu. screen. 2. Press the Menu screen button displayed on the screen or the SELECT knob.
  • Infotainment System 71Map Heading Show POI: OnStar® Destination 1. Press to turn POI on or off. Download 2. Select from a list of The Destination download lets an six pre-programmed POI OnStar subscriber ask the OnStar sub-categories. call center to download a 3. Scroll through a list of destination. OnStar will send categories, or select nearby and address information and location on route options. coordinates of the destination into the navigation system.Press to change the view to Northup, Heading up, or 3-D mode. SeeNavigation Symbols on page 55 for Press this button to minimize themore information. guidance window and expand the map window.Traffic: Press to view the TrafficInformation screen. See Configure Whole Route: Press to view theMenu on page 74 for more entire route from starting point toinformation. destination on the map.Save: Press to save a location to Cancel Guidance: Press to stopthe Address Book. the current route.
  • 72 Infotainment System OnStar Destination Download If the address is not found within the If the system is unable to locate the Screen map database, the system may use address, the Destination Not Found latitude and longitude coordinates to screen below displays.Using Destination Download locate the destination. In this case,If the navigation radio screen is “Using Coordinates” displays on the Route Guidance Not Activeturned off before a download, the downloaded screen. If an OnStar destination issystem automatically turns the downloaded while route guidance isscreen on and displays a download not active, the navigation systemconfirmation message. The radio displays a pop-up screen and doesremains on after the download. the following screen functions:The navigation system displays a . Press Go; the navigation system“Please Wait” as the address is starts route calculation to thesearched within the map database. destination(s) received.
  • Infotainment System 73. Press the Map screen button, Route Guidance Active Map Destination Screen Functions the navigation system displays the Destination Map Screen. If an OnStar destination is If the map screen is used to show downloaded while route guidance destination, it has map screen. Press the Call screen button, is already active, the system capabilities such as Go, Save, the navigation system initiates displays a pop-up screen and Zoom, Scroll, etc. The address is a call with Bluetooth Phone does the following screen function: shown at the top of the screen. (if available) or OnStar . Personal Call. Press Go; the navigation system adds the downloaded destination. Press the Save screen button, before the next waypoint of the the navigation system copies the existing route (closest to the downloaded destination to the current vehicle position). address book and display the new address book entry. . All other buttons on the pop-up The destination saves this screen operate as described download even if it is only partial under Route Guidance Not information such as a phone Active. number. Previous Destinations. Press the Back screen button, Previously downloaded OnStar the navigation system cancels destinations are saved under Destination Map Screen the OnStar destination download Previous Destinations in the and returns to the previous navigation system where they can screen. The downloaded be accessed or saved to the address is not added to the address book. previous destinations.
  • 74 Infotainment System . Traffic flow information (rate ofConfigure Menu XM NavTraffic™ (if equipped) speed data). Flow data might notAdjust features and preferences The navigation system might have be available in all markets.through the Configure Menu. The an XM NavTraffic receiver. It is a subscription service provided Traffic information is delivered to thelast selected menu screen displays. through XM Satellite Radio. vehicle by the XM Radio satellites.Adjust features for Sound, Radio, A service fee is required to receive XM NavTraffic provides continuouslyNav (navigation), Display, or Time. the XM NavTraffic service. updated traffic information.Radio Real-time traffic information is XM NavTraffic currently broadcastsPress CONFIG to enter the Menu provided to fully integrate the the traffic information for manyoptions. Turn the SELECT knob to navigation system to display current markets nationally. The service mayscroll through the available menu traffic conditions for the chosen be available in more cities in theoptions. Press the SELECT knob or route. future. Visit www.xmnavtraffic.compress Radio to display the radio A screen displays to indicate that for more details on local coverage.settings. Press this feature to make the XM Traffic subscription is not To turn XM NavTraffic on or off:changes, such as preset pages, activated.Automatic Volume, and XM™ 1. Press CONFIG to enter the If activated, traffic information Config Menu options. Turn thecategories restore. See SatelliteRadio on page 17 for more displays: SELECT knob to scroll throughinformation. . Unscheduled traffic incident the available options. Press the data, such as accidents and SELECT knob or press the NavNav (Navigation) disabled vehicles screen button to display thePress CONFIG to enter the Menu other navigation settings. . Scheduled traffic incident data,options. Turn the SELECT knob to such as road construction and 2. Press the Traffic Informationscroll through the available menu road closures screen button.options. Press the SELECT knob orpress the Nav screen button.
  • Infotainment System 753. Select the Traffic screen button. The Traffic Icon has three different To view the traffic condition location This button highlights and a condition displays. These are: and information on the map: checkmark displays when active. . No icon displays if there is no Selecting Alert for Approaching XM NavTraffic subscription or Traffic Events displays a screen traffic events. to notify of possible traffic events . A single car icon displays if ahead. there are traffic events in theTraffic Icon area, but none are on route.When traffic conditions are found in . A multiple car icon displays ifthe local area, the Traffic Icon there are traffic events on theappears in the lower left-side of route.the map. It could take some time to sort the received information. The list of traffic conditions display in the order of distance from the vehicle, for up 1. Press NAV to show the map, to approximately 125 km (75 mi). then press the SELECT knob for With a route planned, traffic events the map menu. display on the route. Not all traffic 2. Scroll down and select the conditions may display. Traffic screen button. A list of traffic conditions with distance from the vehicle’s current position displays.
  • 76 Infotainment System An arrow can appear before the distance. The arrow indicates the distance is a straight line distance and the direction of the event from the vehicle’s current position. If no arrow appears, the distance indicates how far the event is ahead on current route. No more than three pages of traffic events may be viewed while the vehicle is moving. Press the Options button. A Traffic Options menu displays. Select the Show Traffic ICONS: Select to traffic related option. display traffic icons on the map screen. Also, select what traffic Traffic: Press to enable or disable information displays. the traffic function. Traffic Flow Status — Enables or disables the green, yellow, red and black arrows that display beside the roads and shows the traffic flow or extent of a traffic event. . Black indicates a closed road segment3. Select a traffic condition to get more detailed information.
  • Infotainment System 77. Red indicates significantly . With route planned, Traffic Event Name impaired traffic flow with average on Route screen displays. If the speed of less than 40 km Alert for Approaching Traffic (25 mph). Events is Off, the alert does not. Yellow indicates slightly impaired display. traffic flow with average speed On Route between 40 km and 73 km (25 and 45 mph).. Green indicates normal traffic flow with average speed above 73 km (45 mph).Traffic flow data arrows displayon the map when scaled up toeight miles. Closed Road, Traffic Press the Name button to displayDelays, Incidents, and Advisories — traffic events in alphabetical order.Select the traffic event ICONS thatappear on the map screens. DistanceAlert for Approaching Traffic Press the Distance button to displayEvents: When On, if an Press the Traffic On Route screen traffic events in order of distanceapproaching traffic event is within button to display all events ahead with the closest event shown first.the alert range, one of two traffic on the current active route. No Traffic events update approximatelyalerts display: traffic events reported on route every two minutes.. With no route planned, while on displays if there are none to report. freeways, Approaching Traffic Event without Avoid screen displays.
  • 78 Infotainment SystemScrolling to Traffic Events on p (Alert): Object on the roadway, Traffic Event Informationthe Map disabled vehicle, or dangerous roadWhile scrolling the map, the traffic conditions.event icons can appear indicating a t (Accident): Roadway obstructedtraffic event within 125 km (75 mi) due to accident.from current position. To receiveinformation about the traffic event, s (Road Works): Delayed trafficplace the crosshairs over the traffic due to construction.condition icon. Traffic events j / r (Road Condition): Delayedbeyond 125 km (75 mi) from current or stopped traffic, lane blocked orposition will not be displayed. closed due to a road condition.Press INFO to display the type of k (Weather): Heavy rain, snow,traffic, the street name, and a or fog weather condition.description of the traffic event. m (Parking): Available Use to display additional details of aTraffic Event Display Categories parking area. traffic event. This screen can l (Information): Special event, display when:The following are traffic eventcategories and symbols that can general information, or warning. . Scrolling to an event on the mapappear on the display: and then pressing INFO.q (Road Closed): Road and/or . Selecting a traffic event listed onramps closed. the Traffic Event List screen.o (Stopped Traffic): Traffic . Approaching a traffic event.stopped, stop and go traffic,delayed and congested traffic.
  • Infotainment System 79Back, Map, More, and Avoid screen shows the new route. The Alternate Route Avoid button is only available if the When Detour Available displays, a event is on the route ahead. possible quicker route is available Traffic Voice Prompts and an alternate route can be selected to detour around the traffic The traffic voice prompts are part of condition. Press Yes and a new the current navigation voice prompt route is calculated. This option is settings. The traffic voice prompt only available when the multiple car can be turned on and off by icon appears. selecting Traffic Voice Prompt in Voice Prompt on the CONFIG Nav XM NavTraffic information might not screen. If the navigation voice be provided for the alternate route, prompts are turned off, all traffic depending on what type of road the prompts are also turned off. vehicle is traveling on.These buttons have common If the voice prompts are on and Traffic Condition Symbolsfunctions across all Detailed Traffic an Alert for Approaching Traffic The following are traffic conditionEvent screens. displays, the related voice prompt is symbols may display:Back: Return to the previous provided.screen. The RPT (repeat) button doesMap: Displays related traffic events not repeat traffic prompts, onlyon the map if available. navigation traffic maneuvers. The current prompt playback cancels ifMore: More information is available RPT is pressed during a traffic voicefor the traffic event. prompt. Stopped Traffic Traffic JamAvoid: Select to avoid the location Traffic prompts are disabled duringof an event on the route and OnStar® or Voice Recognitioncalculate a new route. The full map activity.
  • 80 Infotainment System Accident Road Closed Road Visibility Other XM™ Weather (where available) Press INFO, then press INFO again until the Weather button is selected or press the Weather button Extended Forecast Lane Narrows Road Work, displayed on the screen. Construction Current Condition Press INFO until the Weather tab is selected to show the current weather condition of the city of the vehicle’s current position. Allow up to 15 minutes for the current weather in the area to Alert Road Condition display.
  • Infotainment System 81Press Menu displayed on the From the XM Weather Menu Displayscreen to show the Weather Menu Screen, select Along the Route:screen. From this screen, selectExtended Forecast.Weather Along the RouteIf a destination is set while drivingalong the route, there is the optionto view weather conditions for up tothree locations:. Current vehicle’s position.. Midway point from current position to final destination.. The current weather condition of Press CONFIG to enter the Config the destination city. Weather Alerts Menu options. Turn the SELECT From the XM Weather Menu, select knob to scroll through the available Weather Alerts to display any setup features. Press the SELECT current weather advisory warnings knob or press the Display screen in effect near the current position. button to display other options within that feature.
  • 82 Infotainment SystemDimming Mode 2. Press the Hours and Minutes – The GPS shows the current position and + signs to decrease and to of the vehicle using signals sent byAuto (Automatic): Automatically increase the time. the GPS Satellites of the Unitedadjust the screen background 12/24 HR Format: Select the States Department of Defense.depending on exterior lighting 12 HR screen button for standard When the vehicle is not receivingconditions. time; select the 24 HR screen signals from the satellites, a symbolDay: The map background appears on the map screen. See button for military time.brightens. Navigation Symbols on page 55. Day + or Day −: Press the day + orNight: The map background This system might not be available day − display buttons to increase ordarkens. or interferences can occur if any of decrease the day that is showing onTo change the overall brightness the clock. the following is true:setting for the display, use the . Signals are obstructed by tallvehicle interior lighting dimming Global Positioning buildings, trees, large trucks,control. or a tunnel. System (GPS)Setting the Clock . Satellites are being repaired or The position of the vehicle is improved.To set the time: determined by using satellite signals, various vehicle signals, For more information if the GPS is1. Press CONFIG to enter the not functioning properly, see If the and map data. menu options. Turn the SELECT system needs service and Problems knob to scroll through the At times, other interferences such with Route Guidance. available setup features. Press as the satellite condition, road the SELECT knob or press the configuration, the condition of the Time screen button to obtain vehicle and/or other circumstances more options within that feature. can interfere with the navigation systems ability to determine the accurate position of the vehicle.
  • Infotainment System 83 . The vehicle changes directionsVehicle Positioning more than once, or when the Problems with RouteAt times, the position of the vehicle vehicle is turning on a turn table Guidanceon the could be inaccurate due to in a parking lot. Inappropriate route guidance canone or more of the following occur under one or more of the . The vehicle is entering and/orreasons: following conditions: exiting a parking lot, garage or a. The road system has changed. lot with a roof. . The turn was not made on the. Driving on slippery road surfaces . The GPS signal is not received. road indicated. such as in sand, gravel and/ . Route guidance might not be . A roof carrier is installed on the or snow. available when using automatic vehicle.. Traveling on winding roads or rerouting for the next right or . Tire chains have been installed. left turn. long straight roads. . The tires are replaced or worn. . The route might not be changed. Approaching a tall building or a large vehicle. . The tire pressure for the tires is when using automatic rerouting. incorrect. . There is no route guidance when. The surface streets run parallel to a freeway. . The first navigation use after the turning at an intersection. map data is updated. . Plural names of places might be. The vehicle has been transferred by a vehicle carrier or a ferry. . The battery is disconnected for announced occasionally. several days. . It could take a long time to. The current position calibration is set incorrectly. . The vehicle is driving in heavy operate automatic rerouting traffic where driving is at low during high-speed driving.. Traveling at high speed. speeds, and the vehicle is . Automatic rerouting might stopped and started repeatedly. display a route returning to the set waypoint if heading for a destination without passing through a set waypoint.
  • 84 Infotainment System. The route prohibits the entry of a vehicle due to a regulation by Ordering Map DVDs After receiving the updated disc, see “Installing the DVD Map Disc” time or season or any other The map data in the vehicle is under Maps on page 53. regulation which may be given. the most up-to-date information available when the vehicle was Database Coverage. Some routes might not be produced. The map data is updated searched. Explanations periodically, provided that the map. The route to the destination information has changed. Coverage areas vary with respect to might not be shown if there are the level of map detail available for For any questions about the new roads, if roads have any given area. Some areas feature operation of the navigation system recently changed or if certain greater levels of detail than others. or the update process, contact roads are not listed in the map If this happens, it does not mean the GM Nav Disc Center toll‐free data. See Maps on page 53 for there is a problem with the system. phone number, 1‐877‐NAV‐DISC more information. As the map data is updated, more (1‐877‐628‐3472) or goTo recalibrate the vehicles position to the centers website, detail can become available foron the map, park the vehicle with www.gmnavdisc.com. For any areas which previously had limitedthe engine running for two to updates or replacements, call detail. See Ordering Map DVDs onfive minutes, until the vehicle the GM Nav Disc Center or order a page 84 for more information.position updates. new disc online. Have the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)If the System Needs available when ordering to ensureService the correct and most up-to-date DVD map disc for the vehicle isIf the navigation system needs sent. See “Vehicle Identificationservice and the steps listed here Number (VIN)” in the Index of thehave been followed but there are vehicles owner manual for morestill problems, see your dealer for information.assistance.
  • Infotainment System 85Voice Recognition Using Voice Recognition 2. The system replies, “Voice recognition canceled”.The navigation systems voice 1. Press and release the g steering wheel control button. Pressing any other radio orrecognition allows for hands free The audio system mutes, and a steering wheel control, otheroperation of the navigation system beep is heard. A voice prompt than the volume knob or theand the audio system features. stating, “Please start speaking volume steering wheel controlVoice recognition only works if the after the beep” might be heard. button cancels the session.map database is installed in thesystem. If there is no beep, make sure 3. Press and release the talk that the voice volume setting is symbol steering wheel controlIf the radio is off, the only not turned down. See Configure button to restart the voicecommands would be Hands Free Menu on page 74 for more recognition session.and Help. information. Helpful Hints for SpeakingNavigation voice commands are notavailable until the I Agree button While voice recognition is active, Commandshas been selected. the system displays a g symbol. . When a multiple command isVoice recognition can be used when 2. Clearly speak one of the available, choose the commandthe ignition is on or when Retained commands listed later in this that best works for you.Accessory Power (RAP) is active. section. . Words that are in brackets areSee “Retained Accessory Power optional. For example, theRAP” in the index of the vehicles Canceling Voice Recognition command “Radio [band] FM”,owner manual for more information. saying “Radio FM” or “Radio 1. Press and release the $ i steering wheel control button to Band FM” are both valid cancel a command, or if the commands. system response does not match the verbal command.
  • 86 Infotainment System. Words that are separated by a . Background noise such as a Voice Recognition Help ( / ) mean there is a choice of climate control fan positioned on using a word on either side of high, open windows, and very To enter the help playback session, the slash. For example, the loud outside noises, even if the clearly speak one of the help command (CD/DVD/Disc) [help], windows are closed, can cause commands. you can say “CD [help]” or “DVD voice commands to be Help: Specific help commands [help]” or “Disc [help]”. misunderstood (such as Radio Help, Display Help,. When the system recognizes the . This system is able to recognize Navigation Help) for the user to command the system will either commands in different choose from. perform the function or ask to languages, such as English, Radio [help]: Helpful advice confirm the choice by clearly French (Canadian), and about radio commands, and some saying “yes” or “no”. Spanish. The system only common radio commands which are. When the system does not recognizes commands based on available. Use this command to recognize the command, the the language selected. learn about how to select a band system issues an error message . To increase or decrease the (AM or FM), and how to change such as “pardon” or “command voice volume during a voice radio stations (by speaking not recognized”. The system recognition session, turn the frequency numbers). could also say, “voice volume knob of the radio, (CD/DVD/ Disc) [help]: Helpful recognition canceled”. or press the volume steering advice about disc commands, and. If experiencing difficulty with the wheel control buttons. If the some common disc commands system recognizing a command, volume is adjusted during a which are available. Use this confirm that the command is voice recognition session, a command to learn about how to correct. Try saying the command Voice Volume bar appears on select Disc mode playback, and clearly or wait for a brief moment the screen showing the voice how to change track numbers. after the beep. volume level as it is being adjusted. This also changes the volume of the guidance prompts.
  • Infotainment System 87Display [help]: Helpful advice Display [set] night [mode], Radio select (frequency) AM,about display commands, and some display [select] night [mode]: radio select (frequency) FM:common display commands which Instructs the system to switch the Instructs the system to go to aare available to adjust the display display to night mode. specific frequency on either thesetting. Display [set] auto [mode], display AM or FM band. For example, radioNavigation [help]: Helpful advice [select] auto [mode]: Instructs the select ninety seven point one FM orabout navigation commands, and system to switch the display to radio select ten forty AM.some common navigation auto mode. Radio select (channel) XMcommands which are available. Display [help]: Instructs the (if equipped): Instructs the system system to play back helpful advice to go to a specific channel on theVoice Recognition Commands XM™ band (if equipped). For about display commands, and someThe following list shows the voice common display commands which example, radio select one fiftycommands available for the are available to adjust the display one XM.navigation system with a brief setting. Radio [help]: Instructs the systemdescription of each. The commands to play back some helpful adviceare listed with the optional words Radio Commands about radio commands, and somein brackets. To use the voice Radio AM, radio [band] AM, radio common radio commands which arecommands, see the instruction FM, radio [band] FM, radio XM available to the user.listed previously. (if equipped), radio [band] XM (if equipped): Instructs the system CD/DVD/Disc CommandsDisplay Commands to go to either the AM, FM, or XM The following commands are onlyDisplay [set] day [mode], display (if equipped) radio bands. available when a CD, MP3, or DVD[select] day [mode]: Instructs the is loaded.system to switch the display today mode. Radio CD, radio DVD, radio Disc: Instructs the system to go to Disc mode.
  • 88 Infotainment SystemRadio CD select (track number), Cancel: Instructs the system to Navigation show ATM[s],radio DVD select (track number), cancel the command. navigation hide ATM[s]: Instructsradio disc select (track number): the system to display and hide ATMInstructs the system to play a Point of Interest (POI) POIs on the map screen.specific track on the Disc. For Commands Navigation show hotel[s],example, radio disc select ten. This The following is a list of POI navigation hide hotel[s]: Instructscommand supports up to 254 tracks. commands. POIs only display on the system to display and hide hotelCD [help], DVD [help], disc the map screen if the map scale is POIs on the map screen.[help]: Instructs the system to 800 m (0.50 mi) or less. If POIs display on a map with the wrong Navigation show airport[s],play back helpful advice about disc navigation hide airport[s]:commands, and some common disc scale, the system reminds that this cannot be done. The available POI Instructs the system to display andcommands which are available. hide airport POIs on the map commands are:General Navigation Commands screen. Navigation show gas station[s],Feedback on, feedback off: navigation show gas, navigation Navigation show shop[s],Instructs the system to turn on and hide gas station[s], navigation navigation show shopping,off the voice recognition feedback. hide gas: Instructs the system to navigation hide shop[s],When feedback is ON, the system display and hide gas station POIs navigation hide shopping:responds to commands with a talk on the map screen. Instructs the system to display andback phrase. When feedback is hide shopping POIs on the map Navigation show restaurant[s], screen.OFF, the system responds to navigation show dining,commands with a chime. navigation hide restaurant[s],Navigation voice [guidance] on, navigation hide dining: Instructsnavigation voice [guidance] off: the system to display and hideInstructs the system to turn on and restaurant POIs on the map screen.off voice guidance prompts duringroute guidance.
  • Infotainment System 89Destination and Guidance say the desired city name whenCommands prompted, and say the desired street name and house numberNavigation [go to] preset when prompted.destination [number] (one, two,three, four, five, or six): Instructs For example, if Cedar Pointthe system to set one of the preset Amusement is the set destination,destinations one through six as the which has the following address:new destination. Cedar Point Amusement ParkNavigation delete: Instructs the 1 Cedar Point Drivesystem to delete the destination,route, or next waypoint. The system Sandusky, OH 44870requests a confirmation of which Set the Destination by using Voice For example, if the desireditem should be deleted (destination, Recognition: destination is in Ohio, but theroute, or next waypoint). 1. Press and release the g system shows New York (NY) inDestination (available for English steering wheel control button. the pop-up list, say “Changelanguage only): Instructs the The audio system mutes, and a State”.system that the user wants to beep is heard. 3. After saying, “Change State”, theenter a destination using voice 2. Say the command “Destination”. system replies with “Please sayrecognition. After this command is The system replies with “Please state name”. Say the correctstated, the system displays a state say city name or change state”, state.abbreviation (such NY for NewYork). If the destination to be and the system shows a pop-upentered is located in the displayed list of an abbreviated statestate, then say the desired city name, such as NY for New York.name. Otherwise, say “Change If the state is correct, then go toState” and say the state name the Step 4. Otherwise, say “Changesearch should take place in. Then, State”.
  • 90 Infotainment System The state name displays. In 4. The system asks the user to 5. Reply with the street name some cases the radio shows a say the city name. As shown including the suffix (Blvd, Ave, candidate list with the closest earlier, the radio can display a Rd, etc.), when prompted. The matches to the spoken state candidate list with the closest radio might display a candidate name. The system asks the matches to the spoken city list with the closest matches to user to select an item from the name. Say the correct the spoken street name. Say the candidate list either by pressing city name. correct street name. the desired choice, or by saying the list number of the desired choice.
  • Infotainment System 916. Reply with the house number 7. Confirm the correct address is 8. This address is now set as the with prompted. The radio might displayed, then reply with yes or destination. Select the Start display a candidate list with the no, when prompted. Guidance screen button to begin closest matches to the spoken destination guidance. house number. Say the house number as single digit.
  • 92 Infotainment SystemVoice Tag Commands OnStar (if equipped) Command CD/DVD/Disc Commands Radio [CD/DVD/Disc]Voice Tags are recorded phrases Hands Free: This command Radio [CD/DVD/Disc] selectthat can be stored in the navigation instructs the system to connect to <track number>system. These voice tags are OnStar. Enter the OnStar voiceassociated with Address Book recognition system. See the OnStar General Navigation CommandsEntries, and once these voice tags owner guide for more information. Feedback Onare stored, they can be used as part Feedback Offof a voice recognition command that Help Commands Navigation voice [guidance] onsets the particular address book Help Navigation voice [guidance] offentry as a destination. See the Radio [help] [cancel/goodbye/quit]Address Book and Voice tag CD help, DVD help, Disc helpsections earlier in this manual for Display [help] Point of Interest (POI) Commandsinformation about instructions on Navigation [help] Navigation show [GAS/gashow to store a voice tag in the station/gas stations] Display Commandssystem. Navigation show [DINING/ Display [set/select] day [mode] restaurant/restaurants]Navigation [go to] (voice tag): Display [set/select] night [mode] Navigation show [ATM/ATMs]This command allows selection of a Display [set/select] auto [mode] Navigation show [hotel/hotels]destination saved under the stored Radio Commands Navigation show [airport/voice tag. The system plays back [radio/radio band] AM airports]the voice tag and asks to confirm by [radio/radio band] FM Navigation show [shop/shops]saying yes or no. [radio/radio band] XM Navigation hide [GAS/gasIf a destination is set to “Home”, say Radio select <frequency> AM station/gas stations]“Navigation go to Home”. After the Radio select <frequency> FMsystem plays back the voice tag and Radio select <frequency> XMit is confirmed, the system sets“Home” as the destination.
  • Infotainment System 93 Navigation hide [DINING/ Route (used in conjunction with Phone restaurant/restaurants] another command) Navigation hide [ATM/ATMs] Next waypoint (used in Navigation hide [hotel/hotels] conjunction with another Bluetooth Navigation hide [airport/airports] command) For vehicles equipped with Navigation hide [shop/shops] Add to waypoint (used in Bluetooth capability, the system can conjunction with another interact with many cell phones,Destination and Guidance command) allowing:Commands Replace destination (used in Navigation [go to] preset . Placement and receipt of calls in conjunction with another a hands-free mode. destination [number] one command) Navigation [go to] preset . Sharing of the cell phone’s Yes (used in conjunction with destination [number] two another command) address book or contact list with Navigation [go to] preset No (used in conjunction with the vehicle. destination [number] three another command) Navigation [go to] preset To minimize driver distraction, Destination (used for before driving, and with the vehicle destination [number] four Destination VR entry, available Navigation [go to] preset parked: in English language only) destination [number] five . Become familiar with the Navigation [go to] preset Voice Tag Commands features of the cell phone. destination [number] six Navigation [go to] <Voice Tag> Organize the phone book and Navigation delete [destination/ contact lists clearly and delete route/next waypoint] OnStar Command (if equipped) Hands Free duplicate or rarely used entries. If possible, program speed dial or other shortcuts. . Review the controls and operation of the infotainment and navigation system.
  • 94 Infotainment System. Pair cell phone(s) to the vehicle. Using Voice Recognition 4. Start the pairing process on the The system may not work with cell phone that you want to pair. all cell phones. See “Pairing a To use voice recognition, press For help with this process, see Phone” in this section for more the b g button located on the your cell phone manufacturers information. steering wheel. user guide.. If the cell phone has voice The system responds with a tone. 5. Locate the device named “Your dialing capability, learn to use After the tone say “Hands Free” to Vehicle” in the list on the cell that feature to access the use the Bluetooth voice recognition phone. Follow the instructions address book or contact list. See system. The system then responds on the cell phone to enter the “Voice Pass-Thru” in this section with “Ready,” followed by a tone. PIN number that was provided in for more information. After the tone, say a command. Step 3. After the PIN number is. See “Storing and Deleting Phone For additional information say successfully entered, the system Numbers” in this section for “Help” while you are in a voice prompts you to provide a name more information. recognition menu. for the paired cell phone. This name will be used to indicate Pairing a Phone { WARNING which phones are paired and connected to the vehicle, see 1. Press b g. Say “Hands Free,” When using a cell phone, it can “Listing All Paired and after the tone. be distracting to look too long or Connected Phones” after in this too often at the screen of the 2. Say “Bluetooth.” section for more information. phone or the infotainment 3. Say “Pair.” The system responds 6. Repeat Steps 1 through 5 to pair (navigation) system. Taking your with instructions and a four‐digit additional phones. eyes off the road too long or too PIN number. The PIN number is often could cause a crash used in Step 5. resulting in injury or death. Focus your attention on driving.
  • Infotainment System 95Listing All Paired and Connected Connecting to a Different Phone Storing and Deleting PhonePhones To connect to a different cell phone, NumbersThe system can list all cell phones the Bluetooth system looks for the The system can store up topaired to it. If a paired cell phone is next available cell phone in the 30 phone numbers as name tags inalso connected to the vehicle, the order in which all the available cell the Hands Free Directory that issystem responds with “is connected” phones were paired. Depending on shared between the Bluetooth andafter that phone name. which cell phone you want to OnStar systems. connect to, you may have to use1. Press b g. Say “Hands Free,” this command several times. The following commands are used after the tone. delete and store phone numbers. 1. Press b g. Say “Hands Free,”2. Say “Bluetooth.” after the tone.3. Say “List.” 2. Say “Bluetooth.”Deleting a Paired Phone 3. Say “Change phone.”If the phone name you want to . If another cell phone isdelete is unknown, see “Listing All found, the response will bePaired and Connected Phones.” “<Phone name> is now1. Press b g. Say “Hands Free,” connected.” after the tone. . If another cell phone is not2. Say “Bluetooth.” found, the original phone remains connected.3. Say “Delete.” The system asks for which phone to delete.4. Say the name of the phone you want to delete.
  • 96 Infotainment System Command Usage 3. Say each digit, one at a time, that you want to store. AfterStore This command will store a phone number, each digit is entered, the system or a group of numbers as a name tag. repeats back the digit it heardDigit Store This command allows a phone number to followed by a tone. After the last be stored as a name tag by entering the digit has been entered, say digits one at a time. “Store,” and then follow the directions given by the system toDelete This command is used to delete individual save a name tag for this number. name tags. Using the “Delete” CommandDelete All Name Tags This command deletes all stored name tags in the Hands Free Calling Directory and the 1. Press b g. Say “Hands Free”, OnStar Turn by Turn Destinations Directory. after the tone. 2. Say “Delete.”Using the “Store” Command Using the “Digit Store” Command 3. Say the name tag you want to delete.1. Press b g. Say “Hands Free,” If an unwanted number is recognized by the system, say Using the “Delete All Name Tags” after the tone. Command “Clear” at any time to clear the last2. Say “Store.” number. This command deletes all stored3. Say the phone number or group To hear all of the numbers name tags in the Hands Free of numbers you want to store all recognized by the system, say Calling Directory and the OnStar at once with no pauses, then “Verify” at any time. Turn by Turn Destinations Directory. follow the directions given by the system to save a name tag for 1. Press b g. Say “Hands Free,” this number. after the tone. 2. Say “Digit Store.”
  • Infotainment System 97To delete all name tags: Command Usage1. Press b g. Say “Hands Free”, Dial or Call The dial or call command can be used in- after the tone. terchangeably to dial a phone number or a2. Say “Delete all name tags.” stored name tag.Listing Stored Numbers Digit Dial This command allows a phone number to be dialed by entering the digits one atThe list command will list all the a time.stored numbers and name tags. Re‐dial This command is used to dial the lastUsing the “List” Command number used on the cell phone.1. Press b g. Say “Hands Free”, after the tone. Using the “Dial” or “Call” Using the “Digit Dial” Command2. Say “Directory.” Command The digit dial command allows a3. Say “Hands Free Calling.” 1. Press b g. Say “Hands Free”, phone number to be dialed by4. Say “List.” after the tone. entering the digits one at a time. After each digit is entered, theMaking a Call 2. Say “Dial” or “Call.” system repeats back the digit itCalls can be made using the 3. Say the entire number without heard followed by a tone.following commands. pausing or say the name tag. If an unwanted number is Once connected, the person called recognized by the system, say will be heard through the audio “Clear” at any time to clear the last speakers. number.
  • 98 Infotainment SystemTo hear all of the numbers Receiving a Call Three‐Way Callingrecognized by the system, say When an incoming call is received, Three‐way calling must be“Verify” at any time. the audio system mutes and a ring supported on the cell phone and1. Press b g. Say “Hands Free”, tone is heard in the vehicle. enabled by the wireless service after the tone. carrier. . Press b g to answer the call.2. Say “Digit Dial.” 1. While on a call, press b g. . Press $ i to ignore a call.3. Say each digit, one at a time, 2. Say “Three‐way call.” that you want to dial. After each Call Waiting 3. Use the dial or call command to digit is entered, the system Call waiting must be supported on dial the number of the third party repeats back the digit it heard the cell phone and enabled by the to be called. followed by a tone. After the last wireless service carrier. digit has been entered, 4. Once the call is connected, say “Dial.” . Press b g to answer an press b g to link all the callersOnce connected, the person called incoming call when another call together.will be heard through the audio is active. The original call is placed on hold. Ending a Callspeakers.Using the “Re‐dial” Command . Press b g again to return to the Press $ i to end a call. original call. Muting a Call1. Press b g. Say “Hands Free”, after the tone. . To ignore the incoming call, no During a call, all sounds from inside action is required. the vehicle can be muted so that the2. After the tone, say “Re‐dial.” . Press $ i to disconnect the person on the other end of the callOnce connected, the person called cannot hear them. current call and switch to the callwill be heard through the audio on hold.speakers.
  • Infotainment System 99To mute a call, press b g, and then To Transfer Audio to the Bluetooth 3. Say “Voice.” The systemsay “Mute Call.” System From a Cell Phone responds “OK, accessing During a call with the audio on the <phone name>.”To cancel mute, press b g, andthen say “Un‐mute Call.” cell phone, press b g. The audio . The cell phones normal transfers to the vehicle. If the audio prompt messages will goTransferring a Call does not transfer to the vehicle, use through its cycle according the audio transfer feature on the to the phones operatingAudio can be transferred between instructions.the Bluetooth system and the cell cell phone. See your cell phonephone. manufacturers user guide for more Dual Tone Multi-Frequency information.The cell phone must be paired (DTMF) Tonesand connected with the Bluetooth Voice Pass-Thru The Bluetooth system can sendsystem before a call can be Voice pass‐thru allows access to the numbers and the numbers stored astransferred. The connection process voice recognition commands on the name tags during a call. You cancan take up to two minutes after cell phone. See your cell phone use this feature when calling athe ignition is turned to ON/RUN. manufacturers user guide to see if menu driven phone system. Account the cell phone supports this feature. numbers can also be stored for use.To Transfer Audio From theBluetooth System to a Cell Phone To access contacts stored in the cell Sending a Number or Name TagDuring a call with the audio in the phone: During a Callvehicle: 1. Press b g. Say “Hands Free,” 1. Press b g. The system1. Press b g. after the tone. responds “Ready,” followed by a tone.2. Say “Transfer Call.” 2. Say “Bluetooth.” The system responds “Bluetooth ready,” 2. Say “Dial.” followed by a tone. 3. Say the number or name tag to send.
  • 100 Infotainment SystemClearing the SystemUnless information is deleted out ofthe in‐vehicle Bluetooth system, itwill be retained indefinitely. Thisincludes all saved name tags in thephone book and phone pairinginformation. For information on howto delete this information, see theprevious sections on Deleting aPaired Phone and DeletingName Tags.Pairing a Phone Using the 1. Press CONFIG. Turn the 3. Select “Add New Phone.” StartInfotainment System SELECT knob until the Phone the pairing process on the cellThe pairing process can be started menu displays. Press the phone that you want to pair. Seeby using the controls on the SELECT knob or press the the cell phone manufacturersinfotainment system. Phone screen button to display user guide for information on this other options. process. 2. Turn the SELECT knob until Bluetooth displays. Press the SELECT knob or press the Bluetooth screen button to display other options.
  • Infotainment System 101 5. The system responds with 2. Turn the SELECT knob until “phone name has been Bluetooth displays. Press the successfully paired” after the SELECT knob or press the pairing process is complete. Bluetooth screen button to display other options. Listing All Paired and Connected Phones 1. Press CONFIG. Turn the SELECT knob until the Phone menu displays. Press the SELECT knob or press the Phone screen button to display other options. On the cell phone, locate the device named “Your Vehicle.” Follow the instructions given on the cell phone to enter the four-digit Personal Identification Number (PIN) that has been provided. 3. Turn the SELECT knob until4. The system voice prompt Device List displays. Press the requests that you say the name SELECT knob or press the you want used for the phone Device List screen button to that is being paired. Use a name display other options. that best describes the phone. The system voice prompt then repeats the name you provided for confirmation: say “Yes.”
  • 102 Infotainment SystemA list of all currently paired phones 2. Turn the SELECT knob until 3. Turn the SELECT knob untilwill be displayed. If there is a Bluetooth displays. Press the Device List displays. Press thecurrently connected phone, a check SELECT knob or press the SELECT knob or press themark will appear on the right side of Bluetooth screen button to Device List screen button tothe phone name. display other options. display other options.Deleting a Paired Phone1. Press CONFIG. Turn the SELECT knob until the Phone menu displays. Press the SELECT knob or press the Phone screen button to display other options.
  • Infotainment System 103 Connecting to a Different Phone To link to a different phone, the new phone must be in the vehicle and available to be connected to the Bluetooth system before the process is started. 1. Press CONFIG. Turn the SELECT knob until the Phone menu displays. Press the SELECT knob or press the Phone screen button to display other options.4. Turn the SELECT knob, then 5. Once a phone has been deleted, press it to select the phone to be the only way to connect back to deleted. Follow the on-screen that phone is to pair the phone prompts to delete the device again. from the system.
  • 104 Infotainment System2. Turn the SELECT knob until Bluetooth displays. Press the SELECT knob or press the Bluetooth screen button to display other options. 4. Select the phone to be linked 5. The Phone menu will be and then follow the on-screen displayed with the name of the prompts. phone linked. Making a Call Press 5 located on the faceplate of3. Turn the SELECT knob until the infotainment system, to access Device List displays. Press the the phone menu. SELECT knob or press the Device List screen button to display other options.
  • Infotainment System 105 The phone book can be accessed by pressing the Phone Book selection on the Phone Menu screen.Enter Number 2. Enter the phone number byUse this option to enter a phone pressing the numbers on thenumber and make a call. To do this: keypad.1. Turn the SELECT knob, then 3. Press the Call button on the press the SELECT knob to screen to make the call. Turn the SELECT knob to select the select Enter Number. A dial pad Phone Book person or place to call. Press the displays. SELECT knob or press the desired The Phone Book feature is only supported if that feature is available person or place to display the on the Bluetooth phone. See your number. Press the SELECT knob or cell phone manufacturers user press the number to make the call. guide for more information.
  • 106 Infotainment System Press the SELECT knob or press Call Lists the appropriate search line to obtain the numbers in the list that has been saved.The Phone Book feature also has asearch menu that can be accessedby pressing that option screen The Call Lists selection from thebutton. Once the Search menu Phone Menu screen can be used todisplays, turn the SELECT knob to show a list of incoming calls,scroll through the list of saved outgoing calls, and missed calls.persons or places. These lists are 1. Press CONFIG. Turn thesaved in alphabetical order. SELECT knob until Phone displays. Press the SELECT knob or press the Phone screen button to display other options.
  • Infotainment System 107 Accepting or Declining an Incoming Call When an incoming call is received, the audio is muted and ring tone sounds. Accepting a Call2. Turn the SELECT knob, then Once one of these options have press the SELECT knob or been selected, a pop-up menu press on either Incoming Calls, displays. A list of persons and Outgoing Calls, or Missed Calls. places will display for the selected option. Turn the SELECT knob, then press the SELECT knob or press the appropriate screen button to select Press the appropriate screen button someone on that list. A menu for the Answer option to answer displays showing the phone number the call. for that person. Declining a Call Select the Decline option on the screen.
  • 108 Infotainment SystemCall Waiting Conference CallingCall waiting must be supported on Conference and three-way callingthe Bluetooth phone and enabled by must be supported on the Bluetooththe wireless service carrier to work. phone and enabled by the wireless service carrier to work.Switching Calls (Only Availablewith Call Waiting) To start a conference while in a current call:This feature allows you to switchbetween calls, making one call 1. Press the 5 button on theactive and placing the other on hold. faceplate until the Phone main screen is shown with the current active call. 3. Make another call. The first call will be placed on hold while the second call is dialing and connected. 4. To make a conference call, select the Merge Calls option which will merge both calls into one conference call. 5. To add more callers to the conference call, repeat Steps 2Switch Call: Turn or press the through 4. The number of callersSELECT control knob to “Switch who can be added is limited byCall” and press Enter or press the your wireless service carrier. 2. Select the Enter Number option“Switch Call” option. on the screen.
  • Infotainment System 109Ending a Call Mute or UnMute a Call 1. Press the 5 button on the faceplate. 2. Select the Mute call. 3. Select the Mute call again to unmute the call. Dual Tone Multi-Frequency (DTMF) Tones The in-vehicle Bluetooth system can send numbers during a call. This is used when calling a menu-driven 2. Turn the SELECT knob, then phone system. press this knob or press theTo end a call: Enter Number option and enter 1. Press the 5 button on the the number sequence.1. Press the 5 button on the faceplate. faceplate. The DTMF Tones will be generated on the network as you enter each2. Select Hang Up. number.
  • 110 Infotainment SystemTrademarks andLicense Agreements Manufactured under license from DivX®, DivX Certified® and Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the associated logos are registered double-D symbol are trademarks of trademarks of DivX, Inc. and are Dolby Laboratories. used under license.Manufactured under license under About DivX video: DivX® is a digitalU.S. Patent #s: 5,451,942; video format created by DivX, Inc.5,956,674; 5,974,380; 5,978,762; This is an official DivX Certified6,487,535 & other U.S. and device that plays DivX video. Visitworldwide patents issued & www.divx.com for more informationpending. DTS and the Symbol are and software tools to convert yourregistered trademarks and DTS files into DivX video.Digital Surround and the DTS logosare trademarks of DTS Inc. All MP3PRO audio decoding About DivX Video-On-Demand: ThisRights Reserved. technology licensed from Coding DivX Certified® device must be Technologies, Fraunhofer IIS and registered in order to play DivX Thompson. Video-On-Demand (VOD) content.
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  • 120 Infotainment System 2 NOTES
  • INDEX i-1 A C DAccepting or Declining an Call Waiting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98, 108 Database Coverage Incoming Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107 Canadian Vehicle Owners Explanations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84Address Book . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 (Propriétaires des Véhicules Deleting Personal Information . . . . 8Alpha-Numeric Keyboard . . . . . . . . 51 Canadiens) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Destination and GuidanceAM-FM Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Canceling Guidance . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89Audio Book . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Canceling Voice Recognition . . . . 85 Destination, Navigation . . . . . . . . . . 60Audio Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 CD Eject . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Devices, Auxiliary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39Audio Players CD Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Dimming Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 CD/DVD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 CD/DVD Player . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 MP3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 CD/DVD/Disc Commands . . . . . . . 87 Driving on a Route . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57Audio System Cleaning the Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Dual Tone Hard Drive Device (HDD) . . . . . . . 25 Cleaning the RSE Seatback Multi-FrequencyAudio/Video (A/V) Jacks . . . . . . . . . 42 Console . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 (DTMF) Tones . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99, 109Auxiliary Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Cleaning the Video Screen . . . . . . 49 Duplicate Content . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Clearing the System . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 DVD B Conference Calling . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108 Rear Seat EntertainmentBefore Driving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Configure Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39Bluetooth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 DVD Display Error Messages . . . . 48 DVD Distortion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 DVD/CD Player . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
  • i-2 INDEX E H MEND USER LICENSE Handling the DVD Map Disc . . . . . 54 Making a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97, 104 AGREEMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114 Hard Drive Device (HDD) . . . . . . . . 25 Map Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54Ending a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98, 109 Headphones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Map Coverage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53English and Metric Unit Helpful Hints for Speaking Map Scales . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Conversion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85 Maps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53Entering an Address and Point Menu of Interest, and Storing Preset I Configure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 Destinations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Installing the DVD Map Disc . . . . . 54 Menu Screen Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70Error Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Mixed-Band Presets . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 MP3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 F L Mute or UnMute a Call . . . . . . . . . . 109Favorite Route . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69 Muting a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 Languages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7Finding a Station . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Lat/Long Coordinates . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Listing Stored Numbers . . . . . . . . . . 97 G Loading and Ejecting Discs . . . . . . 18General Navigation Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88Getting Started on the Route . . . . 65Global Off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40Global Positioning System (GPS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
  • INDEX i-3 N P RNav (Navigation) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 Pairing a Phone Using the Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74NAV (Navigation) Menu . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Infotainment System . . . . . . . . . . 100 Radio Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87Navigation Phone Radio Data System (RDS) . . . . . . . 16 Destination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Bluetooth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 Radio Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Pick From Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Radios Using the System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Playing a CD/DVD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 AM-FM Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11Navigation Audio System . . . . . . . . 12 Playing an Audio and CD/DVD Player . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17Navigation Control Buttons . . . . . . 49 Video DVD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Satellite . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17Navigation Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Playing an Audio CD . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Rear Seat EntertainmentNavigation System Overview . . . . . 6 Playing an MP3 CD and DVD . . . 22 System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Playing from an iPod® . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Receiving a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 O Playing from USB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Recording from a CD to theOnStar (if equipped) Playing Hard Disc Drive Hard Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92 Content . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Recording from a USB DeviceOptions Available on the Map Playing HDD Favorites . . . . . . . . . . 29 to the Hard Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Playing the Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Remote Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44Ordering Point of Interest (POI) Route Preview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67 Map DVDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84 Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88Overview, Infotainment System . . . 4 Power Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Preset Destination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 Previous Destination . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Previous Destinations . . . . . . . . . . . 67 Problems with Route Guidance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
  • i-4 INDEX S U XSatellite Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 USB Host Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 XM Categories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17Scroll Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 USB Music Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 XM NavTraffic™ (if equipped) . . . 74Setting the Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 USB Supported Devices . . . . . . . . . 30 XM™ Satellite Radio Service . . . . 17Setup Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Using Destination Download . . . . . 72 XM™ Weather (whereShuffle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Using the Stored Preset available) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80Storing and Deleting Phone Destinations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 Using Voice Recognition . . . . . 85, 94Storing Radio Station Presets . . . . 8Symbols, Navigation . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 VSystem Needs Service, If . . . . . . . . 84 Vehicle Positioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83 T Video Screen Input Jack . . . . . . . . . 44Three‐Way Calling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 Video Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44Timeshift . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Voice Guidance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11Touch Screen Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Voice Pass-Thru . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99Transferring a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 Voice Recognition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85 Voice Recognition Commands . . . 87 Voice Recognition Help . . . . . . . . . . 86 Voice Tag Commands . . . . . . . . . . . 92