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    • 2011 Full-Size Truck Navigation System MInfotainment System . . . . . . 3 Navigation Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Destination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Global Positioning Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 System (GPS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 Vehicle Positioning . . . . . . . . . . . . 79Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Problems with Route AM-FM Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Guidance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 Satellite Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 If the System Needs Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80Audio Players . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Ordering Map DVDs . . . . . . . . . . 80 CD/DVD Player . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Database Coverage Auxiliary Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Explanations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81Navigation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Voice Recognition . . . . . . . . . . 81 Using the Navigation System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i-1 Maps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Navigation Symbols . . . . . . . . . . . 46
    • Infotainment System 3Introduction Manufactured under license under Dolby® is manufactured under license under U.S. Patent #s: license from Dolby® Laboratories. 5,451,942; 5,956,674; 5,974,380; Dolby® and the double-D symbol 5,978,762; 6,487,535 & other U.S. are trademarks of Dolby® and worldwide patents issued & Laboratories. pending. DTS and DTS Digital Surround are registered trademarks and the DTS logos and Symbol are trademarks of DTS, Inc. © 1996-2008 DTS, Inc. All RightsGENERAL MOTORS, GM, the Reserved.GM Emblem, CHEVROLET, theCHEVROLET Emblem, and thenames TAHOE, SUBURBAN,AVALANCHE, and SILVERADO,GMC, the GMC Truck Emblem,and the names SIERRA, SIERRADENALI, YUKON, and DENALIare registered trademarks ofGeneral Motors Corporation LLC.Litho in U.S.A. ©Part No. 20953373 B Second Printing 2010 General Motors LLC. All Rights Reserved.
    • 4 Infotainment System The information in this manual Canadian Vehicle Owners supplements the owner manual. (Propriétaires des Véhicules This manual includes the latest Canadiens) information available at the time it was printed. We reserve the right A French language copy of this to make changes in the product manual can be obtained from your“Made for iPod” means that an after that time without notice. dealer or from:electronic accessory has been For vehicles first sold in Canada, On peut obtenir un exemplaire dedesigned to connect specifically substitute the name General Motors ce guide en français auprès duto iPod and has been certified of Canada Limited for Chevrolet concessionnaire ou à ladresseby the developer to meet Apple Motor Division or GMC whenever suivante:performance standards. it appears in this manual. Helm, IncorporatediPod is a trademark of Apple Keep this manual with the owner P.O. Box 07130Computer, Inc., registered in the manual in the vehicle, so it will be Detroit, MI 48207U.S. and other countries. there if it is needed. If the vehicle is sold, leave this manual in the 1-800-551-4123 vehicle. Numéro de poste 6438 de langue française www.helminc.com
    • Infotainment System 5Overview All functions are available when the vehicle is parked. Do the following { WARNINGRead this manual thoroughly to before driving:become familiar with how the Taking your eyes off the road toonavigation system operates. . Become familiar with the long or too often while using the navigation system operation, navigation system could cause aThe navigation system includes control buttons on the faceplate,navigation and audio functions. crash resulting in injury or death and touch-sensitive screen to you or others. Focus yourWhile entering the vehicle or when buttons of the navigation attention on driving.turning the vehicle off, some DVD system.Map Disc noise is normal. . Set up the audio by presettingKeeping your eyes on the road favorite stations, setting the tone, and adjusting the { WARNINGand your mind on the drivingis important for safe driving. speakers. Avoid looking too long or tooThe navigation system has built-in . Set up the navigation features often at the moving map on thefeatures intended to help keep before beginning driving, such navigation screen. This couldyour eyes on the road and mind on as entering an address or a cause a crash and you or othersthe drive. Some features may be preset destination. can be injured or killed. Use thedisabled while driving. Note that turn-by-turn voice guidancethese functions will be grayed-out. . Set up your phone numbers directions whenever possible.A grayed-out function indicates it is in advance so they can benot available when the vehicle is called easily with the pressmoving. of a single button or a single voice command (for navigation systems equipped with phone capability).
    • 6 Infotainment SystemUse the navigation system to: road that is now closed for To help avoid a crash in which you. Plan a route. construction or a turn that or others could be killed: is prohibited by signs at the . Always concentrate on your. Select a destination using intersection. Because the system various methods and choices. driving first by keeping your eyes uses limited information, you must and mind on the road, and your. Follow turn-by-turn route and always evaluate whether following hands on the wheel. map guidance with voice the systems directions is safe and prompts, only if permitted legal for the current conditions. . Follow system directions only by traffic laws, controls, if permitted by traffic laws, When the navigation system is controls, and conditions. and conditions. turned on, a screen may appearYou should always be alert and with the information below, and . Before using this system, readobey traffic and roadway laws you must read and acknowledge the owners manual and learnand instructions, regardless of the information it contains. how it operates.the guidance from the navigation . Some system controls cannotsystem. Because the navigation { WARNING be used the when vehicle issystem uses street map information moving.that does not include all traffic Taking your eyes off the road forrestrictions or the latest road extended periods could cause achanges, it may suggest using a crash resulting in injury or death to you or others.
    • Infotainment System 7After you acknowledge the start appears. After reading the caution,up information you will be able select OK to load the map DVDto access the NAV (navigation) information. If OK is not selected, alland DEST (destination) functions. control buttons except for NAV andOnce accessed, you can enter or DEST can be accessed. You candelete information in the navigation also press NAV to have this Cautionsystem or access other functions. screen appear.See instructions later in this section. When getting started, set the navigation system to your preference or delete information you may have entered using various options.Every fifty times the vehicle isstarted and the navigation systemis turned on, the Caution screen
    • 8 Infotainment System A. DVD Map Disc B. FULL MAP Screen Button C. North Up/Heading Up Symbol D. O (Power/Volume) E. No GPS Signal Symbol F. NAV (Navigation) G. Distance and Time to Distance Symbol H. DEST (Destination) I. Map Scale J. RPT (Repeat) K. FAV (Favorite) L. V (Zoom In) Screen Button M. Mark Screen Button N. Source (AM, FM, XM, CD, etc.) Screen Button Screen Shown with Map Disc Inserted
    • Infotainment System 9O. Audio CD/Video DVD Slot Language — English/Metric Limit Features While DrivingP. Z (Audio CD/Video DVD To change the language of the The navigation system may have Eject) navigation screens, see “Driver this feature. Information Center (DIC)” in the Press the Limit Features WhileQ. Auxiliary Input Jack vehicles owner manual index for Driving screen screen button toR. Clock Screen Button more information. turn on and off the ability to limitS. Distance to Next Turn Symbol To change the navigation functions while driving. When this screens from English or metric, screen button is highlighted, theT. f (Tune/Sound) see “DIC Operation and Displays” following functions are limited whileU. AUDIO in the vehicles owner manual index driving: for more information. . Music Navigator ScrollingV. MENU Deleting Personal Information . Radio Category ScrollingW. ¨ SEEK This navigation system can record . Navigation Menu Scrolling andX. U (Zoom Out) Screen Button and store personal information such some functions as names and addresses. At times,Y. © SEEK such as when you are disposing See “Category” under AM-FM Radio of your vehicle, you may want to on page 14 for more information.Z. POI (Point of Interest) Screen delete this information. See “Edit See “From Map” under Destination Button Address Book — Edit/View” under on page 65 for more information. Navigation Menu on page 52 for Some functions will remain limited deleting information from the regardless of the setting. address book.
    • 10 Infotainment SystemStoring Radio Station Presets Setting the Clock Setting the Search AreaTo set preset radio stations: To set the time: To set the search area:1. Press O to turn the system on. 1. Press the clock button located 1. If the radio is already on with in the upper right corner of the a map disc inserted, skip to2. Press the AUDIO control button screen. Step 5. and select the desired band (AM, FM1, FM2, XM1, or XM2 2. Press Set. 2. Press O to turn the system on. (if equipped)). 3. Press the Hours and 3. Insert the DVD map disc. Minutes − and + signs to See “Installing the Map DVD”3. Use the f knob or the SEEK decrease and to increase the under Maps on page 43 for arrows to tune to the desired time. See “Setting the Clock” station. more information. under Navigation Menu on4. Press and hold one of the five page 52 for more information. 4. A caution may appear. Press OK preset screen buttons, at the to proceed. bottom of the screen, until you Setting the Search Area, 5. Press the DEST control button. hear a beep or see the station Entering an Address and Point of Interest, and Storing 6. Press the Change Search Area displayed on the selected preset screen button. button. Preset Destinations 7. Select the appropriate region5. Repeat the steps for each Before entering an Address, numbered screen button that preset. Point of Interest, Home, or Preset contains your final destination. Destination, select the appropriateSee “Storing Radio Station Presets” 8. Press Back o return to the region that contains the finalunder AM-FM Radio on page 14 for Destination Entry menu. destination. Your vehicle must be inmore information. See Destination on page 65 P (Park) to perform this operation. for more information.
    • Infotainment System 11Entering an Address 4. A caution may appear. Press OK 8. Once a city is selected the streetIf you are having trouble finding a to proceed. name category will automaticallycity or a street name: 5. Press the DEST control button. be selected for entry. Start entering the street name.. Input the street name first 6. Press the 6 ( Address Entry) instead of the city name, Do not enter directional screen button. information or street type, or vice versa. 7. The City name category will and use the space symbol. Input more characters or reduce automatically be selected screen button ( U ) the amount of characters to for entry. Start entering the between street or city names. reduce or expand the available city name. For example, the street name options. N. Royal Oak Rd. should be If five or fewer names areTo set a destination by entering a available for the entered entered as royal U oak.city name: characters, a list displays. Use the backspace ( q ) screen1. If the radio is already on with If more than five are available, button if an incorrect character a map disc inserted, skip to there will be a screen button has been entered. Step 5. with a number in it, it represents the number of available cities. If five or fewer names are2. Press O to turn the system on. Select this button to view the available, a list displays. If more list and select a city. than five are available, there3. Insert the DVD map disc. will be a screen button with a See “Installing the Map DVD” number in it, it represents the under Maps on page 43 for number of available streets. more information. Select this button to view the list.
    • 12 Infotainment System9. Select the street name with Entering a Point of Interest (POI) 7. Enter the specific title of the the correct prefix from the list To set a destination by entering a POI in the POI name space (Dr., Ln., St., etc.). Point of Interest (POI): (e.g. Washington Monument).10. Once a street has been 1. If the radio is already on with If five or fewer names are selected, the numeric keyboard a map disc inserted, skip to available, a list displays. If more displays, allowing you to enter Step 5. than five are available, there the house number. The system will be a screen button with a will display the house number 2. Press O to turn the system on. number in it, it represents the range that is available for the number of available POIs. Select street. 3. Insert the DVD map disc. this button to view the list. See “Installing the Map DVD”11. Select the Go screen button. under Maps on page 43 for 8. Select the Go screen button. A map screen, with the more information. A map screen, with the destination marked, will appear. destination marked, will appear. 4. A caution may appear. Press OK12. Select the route preference to proceed. 9. Select the route preference (Fastest, Shortest, or Other). (Fastest, Shortest, or Other). The system will calculate and 5. Press the DEST control button. The system will calculate and highlight the route. 6. Press i (Point of Interest). highlight the route.13. Select Start Guidance. You are 10. Select Start Guidance. You are now ready to start your route. now ready to start your route.See “Address Entry” under See “Point of Interest (POI)” underDestination on page 65 for more Destination on page 65 for moreinformation. information.
    • Infotainment System 13Storing Preset Destinations 8. Select the Name screen button. Using Your Stored Preset1. If the radio is already on with An alpha-keyboard will display. Destinations a map disc inserted, skip to Enter the name. These destinations are available for Step 5. 9. Press and hold one of the selection while driving. screen buttons at the bottom2. Press O to turn the system on. of the screen until a pop-up 1. If the radio is already on with confirmation displays. a map disc inserted, skip to3. Insert the DVD map disc. Step 5. See “Installing the Map DVD” The name will appear in that under Maps on page 43 for preset destination screen button 2. Press O to turn the system on. more information. and is now available to select 3. Insert the DVD map disc.4. A caution may appear. Press OK from the Destination Entry See “Installing the Map DVD” to proceed. screen. See “Using Your Stored under Maps on page 43 for Preset Destinations” next in more information.5. Press the DEST control button. this section to select it as a6. Enter a destination. See destination. 4. A caution may appear. Press OK Destination on page 65 for to proceed. See Destination on page 65 for information on how to enter more information on how to add 5. Press the DEST control button. a destination. preset destinations. 6. Select one of the available7. Press Mark from the map preset destination screen screen to add the current buttons. A map screen, with the final destination as a preset destination marked, will appear. destination. The address book screen will appear.
    • 14 Infotainment System7. Select the route preference Guidance Volume Radio (Fastest, Shortest, or Other). To adjust the volume of voice The system calculates and highlights the route. guidance prompts: AM-FM Radio 1. Press MENU to enter the menu Notice: Before adding any sound8. Select Start Guidance. You are options, then press it repeatedly equipment to the vehicle, such now ready to start your route. until Nav is selected or press the as an audio system, CD player,See Destination on page 65 for Nav screen button. CB radio, mobile telephone,more information. or two-way radio, make sure 2. Press > ( Voice Prompt). that it can be added by checkingCanceling Guidance 3. Press the + or – buttons to with your dealer. Also, checkGuidance will be canceled once increase or to decrease the federal rules covering mobileyou arrive at your final destination. volume of the voice prompts. radio and telephone units.To cancel guidance prior to arrival If sound equipment can be added,at the final destination: See “Voice Prompt” under Navigation Menu on page 52 for it is very important to do it1. Press the DEST control button. more information. properly. Added sound equipment can interfere with the operation2. Press the Cancel Guidance Cleaning the Display Screen of the vehicles engine, radio, screen button. or other systems, and even Use a soft clean cotton cloth damage them. The vehicles dampened with clean water. systems can interfere with the operation of sound equipment that has been added.
    • Infotainment System 15Notice: The chime signals related f (Tuning/Sound): Finding a Stationto safety belts, parking brake,and other functions of the vehicle 1. Turn to go to the next oroperate through the navigation previous frequency.system. If that equipment is 2. Press to display the Soundreplaced or additional equipment menu. See “Sound Menu” lateris added to the vehicle, the in this section.chimes may not work. Make sure AUDIO:that replacement or additionalequipment is compatible with 1. Press to display the audiothe vehicle before installing it. screen.See “Accessories and 2. Press to switch between AM,Modifications” in the Index FM, or XM, if equipped, disc,of the vehicles owner manual. or AUX (Auxiliary), or press the FM Source Shown, Other SourcesPlaying the Radio screen button. See AM-FM Similar Radio on page 14, CD/DVDO (Power/Volume): Player on page 22, and Auxiliary If viewing a map screen, press the1. Press to turn the audio system Devices on page 41 for more source screen (AM, FM, XM, CD, on and off. information. etc.) button. The display will split between the audio screen and the2. Turn to increase or to decrease map screen. All station-changing the volume. functions can be performed from this screen.
    • 16 Infotainment System XM lists will also contain a category to select and the stations or channels that pertain to the category. For XM, press the left and right arrows to change categories. The station information appears on the display. See “Radio Menu” later in this section to add and remove XM categories from the category list. When listening to XM stations, you will be able to select all of the categories when using the rightFM Source Shown, Other Sources FM Source Shown, Other Sources and left arrows on the main audio Similar Similar screen. The categories, when removed, will not be enabled toIf you do not want to view a split Category: select from the category list screen.screen or you are not on a map 1. Press this button, located in the FM lists may also contain ascreen, press AUDIO. middle of the screen, to receive category to select if stationsAM/FM/XM: Press the source a list of all of the selected band in your area support Radio(AM, FM, or XM, if equipped) stations in the area. Data Systems (RDS).screen button or press AUDIO 2. Use the up and down arrows torepeatedly until the desired source scroll the frequencies.is highlighted. 3. Press on the desired frequency.
    • Infotainment System 17$ Refresh List: Press to refresh Storing Radio Station Presets Sound Menuthe list of stations. This feature allows you to store upWhen viewing a map screen, the to 30 preset stations. See “Numbername of the station or channel will of Preset Pages” under “Radioappear on the display. Menu” later in this section for more information. You can mix AM, FM,¨ SEEK / © SEEK: and XM (if equipped).1. Press the arrows to go to the To store presets: next or previous station and stay there. 1. Press O to turn the system on.2. To scan stations, press and 2. If viewing a map screen, press hold either arrow for more than the source screen button, press two seconds. The radio goes AUDIO, or press FAV (favorite). to a station, plays for a few Digital Signal Processing (DSP) seconds, then goes to the 3. Select the band. shown, Equalization similar next station. 4. Seek, scan, or tune to the f (Sound Menu): Press this3. To stop scanning, press either desired station, to select the knob or press MENU to access the arrow again. station. Sound menu to adjust the treble, 5. Press and hold one of the preset midrange, bass, fade, balance, screen buttons for more than and equalization or Digital Signal two seconds or until you hear Processing (DSP), if equipped with a beep. the Bose® sound system. 6. Repeat the steps for each preset.
    • 18 Infotainment SystemSetting the Tone Automatic Equalization Select from the following DSPTREBLE: Press + or − to increase If the system has automatic settings:or decrease the treble. If a station is equalization, you can select Normal: Select to adjust the audioweak or noisy, decrease the treble. customized equalization settings to be in normal mode. This providesMID (Midrange): Press + or to designed for Talk. Press the Talk the best sound quality for all seatingincrease or decrease the midrange. screen button to hear the change positions. in sound. The system will save Surround (Centerpoint®): SelectBASS: Press the + or − to increase the setting for each source.or decrease the bass. to turn on Bose Centerpoint® signal To not use the automatic processing circuitry. Centerpoint®Adjusting the Speakers equalization setting, press any of produces a full vehicle surroundL/R (Left/Right) (Balance): To the screen buttons that will change sound listening experience from aadjust the balance between the left the treble, midrange, bass, balance, CD, MP3/WMA, DVD, or XM stereoand the right speakers, press and or fade. This will take the system digital audio source and delivers fivehold the L or R screen buttons. out of the equalization setting so independent audio channels fromTo center the balance and the fade, that you can create your own sound. the conventional two channel stereopress the center, where the two recordings. This is not available for Digital Signal Processing (DSP) AM or FM.lines meet. If the system has Digital Signal Driver: Select to adjust the audioFront/Rear (Fade): To adjust the Processing (DSP), it is used tofade between the front and the rear to give the driver the best possible provide a choice of four different sound quality.speakers, press and hold the Front listening experiences. DSP can beor Rear screen buttons. To center used while listening to the audiothe balance and the fade, press the system. The type of DSP selectedcenter, where the two lines meet. is displayed on the status line.
    • Infotainment System 19Rear: Select to adjust the audio Radio Menu Additional Information Displayedto give the rear seat occupants the The navigation system may havebest possible sound quality. this feature.The 2 CH and 5.1 CH buttons areavailable only when a 5.1 CH disc is Press 4 ( Additional Informationavailable and RSA is off. Displayed) to turn station, channel, CD, and MP3 information on or off.2 CH (Channel): Select to enhancesurround sound. The Surround Press YES to receive information,screen button must be selected to when it is available, for theselect the 2 CH screen button. following; FM: RDS category name and radio text, XM: Song Title and5.1 CH (Channel): Select when Artist Name, CD: CD text, MP3: taglistening to a DVD, to give a full information.affect of surround sound listening.The Surround screen button must Press MENU to enter the menu Press NO to receive no information.be selected to select the 5.1 CH screen, then press it repeatedly untilscreen button. Radio is selected or press the RadioDownmix: If a 5.1CH disc is screen button to make changes forplaying, and the 2 CH screen button radio information displayed or tois selected or RSA is turned on, the limit features while driving, numbersystem will downmix the audio from of preset pages, XM categories, and5.1 CH to 2 CH if this feature is Automatic Volume Control or Bose®supported on the disc. AudioPilot®.
    • 20 Infotainment SystemLimit Features While Driving Remove/Add XM Categories To use Automatic Volume Control:The navigation system may have Press & (Remove/Add XM 1. Set the volume at the desiredthis feature. Categories) to remove or add XM level.Press the Limit Features While categories when selecting XM 2. Press MENU to enter the menuDriving screen button to turn on and categories from the category list screen, then press it repeatedlyoff the ability to limit functions while screen. The list of XM categories until Radio is selected or pressdriving. When this screen button is will appear on the screen. Use the the Radio screen button.highlighted, the following functions arrows to scroll through the list.will be limited while driving: The categories to remove will be 3. Press > to access the Speed highlighted and the categories to Compensated Volume screen.. Music Navigator Scrolling add will be dark in color. Press on 4. Press the Low, Medium,. Radio Category Scrolling the category that you would like to or High screen buttons. Each. Navigation Menu Scrolling and add or remove. Press Restore All higher setting allows for more some functions Categories to add all categories that compensation at faster vehicle have been removed. speeds.See “Category” in this section formore information. See “From Map” Automatic Volume Control or Then, as you drive, automaticunder Destination on page 65 for Bose AudioPilot® volume control automaticallymore information. > Automatic Volume Control: increases the volume, as necessary, With automatic volume control, your to overcome noise at any speed.Number of Preset Pages The volume level should always audio system adjusts automaticallyPress / (Number of Preset Pages) to make up for road and wind noise sound the same to you as you drive.to change the number of preset as you drive. To turn automatic volume control off,pages, 1 through 6. Each preset press OFF.page can contain five presetstations. Press on the desirednumbered screen button.
    • Infotainment System 21Radio Data System (RDS) The RDS system is always on. A service fee is required to receive When information is broadcast from the XM service. For moreThe audio system has a Radio the FM station you are listening to, information, contact XM atData System (RDS). RDS features the station name or call letters will www.xmradio.com orare available for use only on FM be displayed on the audio screen. call 1-800-929-2100 in thestations that broadcast RDS RDS may provide a program type U.S. and www.xmradio.ca orinformation. With RDS, the radio (PTY) for current programming and call 1-877-438-9677 in Canada.can do the following: the name of the program being When XM™ is active, the channel. Seek to stations broadcasting broadcasted. name and number, song title, and the selected type of artist will display on the screen. programming Satellite Radio. Receive announcements XM™ Radio Messages XM™ Satellite Radio Service concerning local and national See “XM™ Radio Messages” in the emergencies XM™ is a satellite radio service vehicles owner manual” for a list of that is based in the 48 contiguous possible XM messages.. Display messages from radio United States and 10 Canadian stations provinces. XM Satellite RadioThis system relies on receiving has a wide variety of programmingspecific information from these and commercial-free music,stations and will only work when coast-to-coast, and in digital-qualitythe information is available. sound. During your trial or when youIn rare cases, a radio station may subscribe, you will get unlimitedbroadcast incorrect information that access to XM Radio Online forwill cause the radio features to work when you are not in the vehicle.improperly. If this happens, contactthe radio station.
    • 22 Infotainment SystemAudio Players If you turn off the ignition or radio control button, then press it again with a CD in the player, it stays in until CD is selected, or press the CD the player. When you turn on the screen button.CD/DVD Player ignition or radio, the CD will startPlaying an Audio CD playing where it stopped, if it was the last selected audio source.The player can be used for CD andMP3. If your vehicle has RSE, the As each new track starts to play,player can be used for CD, MP3, the track number appears on theDVD audio, and as a DVD video display.player. See “Playing a DVD” later in The CD player can play the smallerthis section. 8cm (3 inch) single CDs with anWith the ignition on, insert a CD adapter ring. Full-size CDs and thepartway into the slot, label side up. smaller CDs are loaded in the sameThe player pulls it in and the CD manner.should begin playing. While playing If an error appears on the display,a CD, the navigation system is see “CD/DVD Messages” later in j / r (Pause/Play):available. If you insert a CD with this section. 1. Press to pause the CD.the system off and the ignition on, If viewing a map screen, press the This button will then changeit starts to play. CD screen button. The display splits to the play button.When you insert a CD, the CD tab between the audio screen and the 2. Press the play button to playdisplays. map screen. If you do not want to the CD. view a split screen or you are not on a map screen, press the AUDIO
    • Infotainment System 23RANDOM: ¨ SEEK / © SEEK: Using an MP3 CD1. Press to hear the tracks in 1. Press the right arrow to go to the MP3 Format random, rather than sequential, next track. order. There are guidelines that must be 2. Press the left arrow to go to the met, when creating an MP3 disc.2. Press it again to turn off start of the current track, if more If the guidelines are not met when random play. than five seconds have played. recording a CD-R(W), the CDr (Rewind): If either arrow is pressed more may not play. The guidelines are than once, the player continues (Supported Sampling rate and Bit1. Press and hold to rewind quickly moving backward or forward rates will vary based on CD or DVD through a track selection. You through the CD. The sound will Navigation Systems): will hear sound at a reduced mute while seeking. volume. . Sampling rate: 8 kHz, You can also turn the tune knob to 11.025 kHz, 12 kHz, 16 kHz,2. Release to stop rewinding. seek to the next or previous track. 22.05 kHz, 24 kHz, 32 kHz, and The display will show the 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 88.2 kHz, elapsed time of the track. When playing an audio CD, if your vehicle has RSE, the rear seat 96 kHz, 176.4 kHz, and[ (Forward): operator can power on the RSE 192 kHz.1. Press and hold to fast forward video screen and use the remote . Bit rates supported: 8, 16, 24, quickly through a track selection. control to navigate through the 32, 40, 48, 56, 64, 80, 96, 112, You will hear sound at a reduced tracks on the CD. 128, 160, 192, 224, 256, and volume. 320 kbps.2. Release to stop fast forwarding. The display will show the elapsed time of the track.
    • 24 Infotainment System. ID3 tag information is displayed . The files can be recorded No Folder by the radio if it is available. on a CD-R or CD-RW with a The radio supports ID3 tag maximum capacity of 700MB. When the CD contains only information v1.0 or v1.1. compressed files, the files are . DVD with MP3 are not playable located under the root folder. The The radio will display a filename, on this system. song name, artist name, album next and previous folder functions name, and directory name. Root Directory have no function on a CD that was recorded without folders or playlists.. Maximum 32 characters, The root directory will be treated When displaying the name of the including spaces, in a file or as a folder. If the root directory folder the radio displays ROOT. folder name. has compressed audio files, the directory will be displayed as ROOT. When the CD contains only playlists. Maximum number of folders is and compressed audio files, but no 253 with a maximum hierarchy All files contained directly under the root directory will be accessed folders, all files are located under of eight folders. the root folder. The left and right prior to any root directory folders.. Create a folder structure that However, playlists (Px) will always arrows search playlists (Px) first and makes it easy to find songs be accessed before root folders or then go to the root folder. When the while driving. Organize songs files. radio displays the name of the folder by albums using one folder for the radio displays ROOT. each album. Each folder or Empty Directory or Folder album should contain 18 songs If a root directory or a folder exists or less. somewhere in the file structure that. It is recommended that there is a contains only folders/subfolders maximum of 192 files on a disc. and no compressed files directly beneath them, the player advances to the next folder in the file structure that contains compressed audio files and the empty folder will not be displayed or numbered.
    • Infotainment System 25Order of Play File System and Naming Playing an MP3Tracks are played in the following The song name that displays is the With the ignition on, insert a CDorder: song name contained in the ID3 tag. partway into the slot, label side up.. Play begins from the first track in If the song name is not present in The player pulls it in. The system the first playlist and continues the ID3 tag, then the radio displays may take some time to read the sequentially through all tracks the file name without the extension MP3 disc. While playing a CD, in each playlist. When the last (such as .mp3) as the track name. the navigation system is available. track of the last playlist has Track names longer than If you insert a CD with the system played, play continues from the 32 characters or four pages, are off and the ignition on, it starts first track of the first playlist. shortened. The display does not to play.. If the CD does not contain any show parts of words on the last When you insert a CD, the CD tab playlists, then play begins from page of text and the extension of displays. the first track under the root the filename does not display. If the ignition or radio is turned off directory. When all tracks from Preprogrammed Playlists with a CD in the player, it stays in the root directory have played, the player. When the ignition or play continues from files Preprogrammed playlists which radio is turned on, the CD starts according to their numerical were created by WinAmp™, playing where it stopped, if it is the listing. After playing the last MusicMatch™, or Real Jukebox™ last selected audio source. track from the last folder, play software can be accessed. However, they cannot be edited. As each new track starts to play, begins again at the first track of the track number appears on the the first folder or root directory. These playlists are treated as special folders containing display.When play enters a new folder, the compressed audio song files. If an error appears on the display,display does not automatically show see “CD/DVD Messages” in thisthe new folder name. The new track section.name appears on the display.
    • 26 Infotainment SystemIf viewing a map screen, press the RANDOM: q r (Folder):CD screen button. The display splits 1. Press to hear the disc playedbetween the audio screen and the 1. Press the arrows to go to the in random (tracks and folders) previous or next folder onmap screen. If you do not want to order.view a split screen or you are not on the disc.a map screen, press AUDIO, then it 2. Press it to turn off random play. 2. Press the middle screen button,again until CD is selected or press r (Rewind): with the folder name, to sort thethe CD screen button. MP3 by folder and file name. 1. Press and hold to rewind It may take a few minutes for quickly through a track selection. the system to sort the MP3. You will hear sound at a reduced volume. Sort By: Press this screen button to organize the MP3 to enable you 2. Release to stop rewinding. to sort the MP3 by artist, album, and The display shows the elapsed genre. It may take a few minutes for time of the track. the system to sort the MP3. [ (Forward): 1. Press and hold to fast forward quickly through a track selection. You will hear sound at a reduced volume.j / r (Pause/Play): 2. Release to stop fast forwarding.1. Press to pause the CD. The display shows the elapsed This button then changes time of the track. to the play button.2. Press the play button to play the CD.
    • Infotainment System 27¨ SEEK / © SEEK: Playing a DVD The DVD player is only compatible with DVDs of the appropriate region1. Press the right arrow to go to the The player can be used for DVD code that is printed on the jacket of next track. audio and DVD video. most DVDs.2. Press the left arrow to go to the With the ignition on, insert a DVD The DVD slot is compatible with start of the current track, if more partway into the top visible slot, most audio CDs, CD-R, CD-RW, than five seconds have played. label side up. The player pulls it in DVD-Video, DVD-Audio, If either arrow is pressed more and the DVD should begin playing. DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW media than once, the player will While playing a DVD, the navigation along with MP3 and WMA continue moving backward or system is available. If you insert a “un-protected” formats. forward through the CD. The DVD with the system off and the sound will mute while seeking. ignition on, it starts to play. There are three ways to play a DVD:You can also turn the tune knob to This feature will not operate on theseek to the next or previous track. navigation screen unless the vehicle . Once a DVD is inserted, the is in P (Park). system automatically starts playWhen playing an MP3, if your of the DVD.vehicle has RSE, the rear seat The Rear Seat Entertainment (RSE) . If you are on a map screen,operator can power on the RSE video screen starts playback ofvideo screen and use the remote the DVD when a DVD has been press the DVD screen button.control to navigate through the MP3. inserted into the navigation system. . Press the AUDIO control button, See “Rear Seat Entertainment then press the DVD screen System” in the Index of your button. vehicles owner manual for more information.
    • 28 Infotainment SystemWhen a DVD is loaded in the DVD Rear Seat Entertainment (RSE) DVD Menu Optionsplayer, the rear seat operator can If the Rear Seat Entertainment Once a DVD starts to play, thepower on the RSE video screen and (RSE) video screen is playing a menu options automaticallyuse the remote control to navigate DVD movie and the ignition is appears. To display the menuthrough the DVD. turned to LOCK and then back to choices while a DVD is playing inO (Power/Volume): ACCESSORY, RUN, or START, full screen, press anywhere on the1. Press to turn the system on the RSE screen does not turn back screen. and off. on automatically. To view the movie on the RSE video screen:2. Turn to increase or decrease the volume of the audio system. . Press O located on the3. Press and hold for more remote control, then press r, than two seconds to turn to continue the movie from the navigation system, RSE, where it was stopped. and RSA off. . Press r screen button on theIf an error appears on the display, navigation screen, to continuesee “CD/DVD Messages” in this the movie from where it wassection. stopped. . Eject and replace the DVD movie from the navigation There are three pages of menu system, which starts the options. Press the arrows to use all movie from the beginning. of the menu screen buttons. Menu options are available when they are highlighted. Some menu options are only available when the DVD is not playing.
    • Infotainment System 29Full: Press to remove all menu j / r (Pause/Play): Press to [ (Forward): Press and hold tooptions from the display. Press pause the DVD. This button will advance rapidly through the scene,anywhere on the screen to display then change to the play button. chapters, and titles. This button maythe menu options. Press to play the DVD. not work when the DVD is playingCursor: Press to access the cursor RANDOM: the copyright information or themenu. The arrows and other cursor previews.options allow you to navigate the 1. Press to hear the tracks in random, rather than sequential Top Menu: Press to display theDVD menu options. The cursor first menu of the DVD. This buttonmenu options are only available order. is not available on all DVDs.if a DVD has a menu. 2. Press it again to turn off random play. This button is not available Menu: Press to display the DVDq, Q , r , R (Arrow Buttons): menu of the current area of the DVDUse these arrow buttons to move for DVD video. that is playing. This button is notaround the DVD menu. c (Stop): available for DVD audio.Enter: Press to select the 1. Press to stop play of the DVD. Search: Press to display the titlehighlighted option. search screen. The keyboard allows 2. Press to continue playing theReturn: Press to go back to the DVD from where the DVD was you to type in the title number of theprevious DVD menu. stopped. title that you would like to watch.Back: Press to go back to the main 3. Press twice to return to the Setup: Press to display the DVDDVD display screen. beginning of the DVD. Setup screen. This button is only available when the DVD is notMove: Press to move the cursor r (Rewind): Press and hold to playing. The DVD Setup screenbuttons back and forth from the rewind through the scene, chapters, allows you to change thebottom-right corner to the top-left and titles. This button may not brightness, contrast, and mode,corner of the screen. work when the DVD is playing change the viewing on the monitor, the copyright information or the and to change the initial settings; previews. language, parental level, and aspect.
    • 30 Infotainment System! (Brightness): Press the Monitor: From the DVD Setuparrows to increase or decrease the screen, press this button to adjustbrightness of the navigation screen. the viewing angle of the DVD on the navigation screen. This is not_ (Contrast): Press the arrows to available on all DVDs.increase or decrease the contrast ofthe navigation screen. Press e to close the screen in fromAuto (Automatic): Press the left and right sides.this button for the system to Press J to fill the screen on theautomatically adjust the navigation left and right sides.screen background depending onexterior lighting conditions. Press d to fill the screen on the top and bottom. Audio Language: Press English,Night: Press this button and the Francais, or Espanol to change thesystem makes the navigation screen Initial Settings: From the DVD language that you are listening to.background darken. Setup screen, press to change audio, subtitle, and menu Subtitle Language: Press English,Day: Press this button and the languages, parental level, and Francais, or Espanol to change thesystem makes the navigation screen to view the aspect of the DVD. language of the subtitles.background brighten. The movie must be stopped to Menu Language: Press English, use this menu. These settings Francais, or Espanol to change the are not available on all DVDs. language of the menus.
    • Infotainment System 31Parental Level: Press to change If the password has been forgotten, Subtitle:the rating level to only allow the contact your dealer. 1. Press to play back the videoplay of DVDs with a certain rating. This may not be available on with subtitles.The rating selection is 1 through 8, all DVDs.with 1 being a G rating. If the 1 is 2. Repeatedly press to toggleselected, any DVD with a rating Aspect: Press to change the through the available languages.above G will not be able to be aspect ratio of the DVD. This may 3. To turn the subtitles off, pressviewed without entering a password. not be available on all DVDs. this button until Off is selected.When the parental level screen is Audio: This button is not available whenfirst entered a keyboard appears 1. Press to display the audio the DVD is stopped. This mayon the display and a four-digit stream number and to change not be available on all DVDs.password needs to be created. the language heard. Angle:Type in a password that you willbe able to remember. Once the 2. Repeatedly press to toggle 1. Press to adjust the viewingpassword is created, you can then through the available languages. angle of the DVD.select a rating level. This may not be available on 2. Repeatedly press to toggle all DVDs. This button is not through the angles. This buttonIf you would like to change the available when the DVD israting level, press the Parental is not available when the DVD stopped. is stopped. This may not beLevel button, then press thePassword button. Type in the available on all DVDs.password and then change the q Page: Press to go to therating level. previous scene. This button is not available when the DVD is stopped. This button is not available for DVD video.
    • 32 Infotainment System . There may have been a problemPage r : Press to go to the next CD/DVD Messages while burning the CD/DVD.scene. This button is not available If Disc Read Error appears on . The label may be caught in thewhen the DVD is stopped. This the display and/or the CD/DVDbutton is not available for DVD comes out, it could be for one CD/DVD player.video. of the following reasons: If the CD/DVD is not playing¨ SEEK (Next Track/Chapter): . If a disc was inserted with an correctly, for any other reason,Press to go to the next track or invalid or unknown format. try a known good CD/DVD.chapter. This button may not work If any error occurs repeatedly orwhen the DVD is playing the . If the disc is not from a correct region. if an error cannot be corrected,copyright information or the contact your dealer.previews. . If the map DVD disc was installed into the CD slot. If playing recorded media such as© SEEK (Previous Track/Chapter): a CD or DVD, the sound quality See “Installing the Map DVD”1. Press to return to the start of the under Maps on page 43 for may be reduced due to CD or DVD current track or chapter. more information. quality, the method of recording, the quality of the music that has been2. Press it again to go to the . It is very hot. When the recorded, recording speed, max previous track or chapter. temperature returns to normal, media recording speed, and the way This button may not work when the DVD should play. the CD or DVD has been handled. the DVD is playing the copyright . You are driving on a very rough There may be an increase in information or the previews. road. When the road becomes skipping, difficulty in finding tracks, smoother, the CD/DVD and/or difficulty in loading and should play. ejecting. If these problems occur, . check the bottom surface of the The CD/DVD is dirty, scratched, disc. If the surface is damaged, wet, or upside down. such as cracked, broken, . The air is very humid. If so, wait or scratched, it will not play properly. about an hour and try again.
    • Infotainment System 33If the surface is soiled, see “Care of USB Host Support Playing from USBYour CDs and DVDs” in the Index of The USB connector uses the Content can also be played directlythe vehicles owner manual. USB 2.0. from the USB device.If there is no apparent damage, try a USB Supported Devices The USB port is located, dependingknown good CD or DVD. on the vehicle, in the center consoleNotice: If a label is added to a CD . USB flash sticks or pen drives. or instrument panel in the APOor DVD, or more than one CD or . Portable USB Hard Drives. connection on the passenger side.DVD is inserted into the slot at a Special care needs to be taken The USB icon displays when thetime, or an attempt is made to related to the power source USB device connected.play scratched or damaged CDs of these devices (USB busor DVDs, the player could be powered vs. external power). To play a USB device:damaged. While using the CD . Connect the USB and it beginsor DVD player, use only CDs or . Portable media adapters that support SD Flash, Compact to play.DVDs in good condition withoutany label, load one CD or DVD at Flash, or SD Micro. . Press AUDIO until AUX tab isa time, and keep the player and Depending on the USB mass selected, then press the USBthe loading slot free of foreign storage device, some devices might screen button. The audio sourcematerials, liquids, and debris. not be recognized. The supported options under AUX menu will file formats for USB devices are vary based on your NavigationDo not add any label to a CD or model.DVD, it could get caught in the .mp3 and .wma files.player. If a CD or DVD is recorded Music can be played directly fromon a personal computer and a the USB device and controlleddescription label is needed, try through MP3 control functionslabeling the top of the recorded CD and menu.or DVD with a soft marker.
    • 34 Infotainment SystemWhile the USB source is active, TUNE: Turn to go to the next or To use the USB music menu:use the following to operate USB previous track.function: USB Music Menu: See USB Musick (Play/Pause): Press to start, Menu following for more information.pause, or resume play of the currentmedia source. USB Music Menur (Seek/Forward): Once the USB has been connected, the main music menu appears.1. Press to seek to the next track. Select any of the following buttons2. Press and hold to advance on the USB Music Menu: quickly through playback. Files/Folders/Playlists: Select3. Release to return to playing to view the playlists stored on the speed. Elapsed time displays. USB. Select a folder/playlist tor (Seek/Reverse): view a list of all songs in the folder/ 1. Press on the center button playlist. Select a song from the list. to go to the main list menu.1. Press to seek to the beginning Once selected, Files/Folders/ The system will start reading of the current or previous track. Playlists Mode displays. The playlist the disc. If the track has been playing option would only be available if the for less than five seconds, the device has playlist. previous track plays. If playing longer than five seconds, the current track restarts.2. Press and hold to reverse quickly through playback.3. Release to return to playing speed. Elapsed time displays.
    • Infotainment System 352. Once the disc has been read 3. Press Files, Folders, or Playlists 4. Press to play the desired song. into the system, press USB. to show a list of songs stored on the USB device.
    • 36 Infotainment SystemPress the single scroll arrows on Eject: Press when USB is to be If the USB is disconnected withoutthe side of the screen to scroll removed. A message displays to pressing Eject, the files couldthrough the list. Pressing the double safely remove it. become corrupted.scroll arrows will scroll the list in10 percent increments.
    • Infotainment System 37Playing from an iPod® To connect and control an iPod, iPod Music Menu ® connect one end of the standard Once the iPod has been connected,iPod is a trademark of Apple Inc., iPod USB cable to the iPods dock the main music menu appears.registered in the U.S. and other connector. Connect the other end tocountries. Select any of the following buttons the USB port, located in the centerThis feature supports the following console. on the iPod Music Menu to displayiPod models: the corresponding screen: iPod music information displays. iPod (5th generation) on the radio’s display and begins Playlist:. iPod Nano (1st generation playing through the vehicle’s audio 1. Select to view the playlists that system. have been stored on the iPod.. iPod Nano (2nd generation) The iPod battery recharges 2. Select a playlist name to view a. iPod Nano (3rd generation) automatically while the ignition list of all songs in the playlist.. iPod Classic is on or in the accessory position. When the ignition is turned off while 3. Select the desired song from. iPod Touch an iPod is connected using the iPod the list. Once a song has beenVideo streaming or album art will USB cable, the iPod battery stops selected “Playlist Mode” appearsnot be supported from the iPod. charging and the iPod automatically on the iPod main screen to show turns off. that music is playing from aFor proper operation, make sure the playlist.iPod has the latest firmware from If the iPod is a model that is notApple®. iPod firmware can be supported, it can still be listenedupdated using the latest iTunes® to in the vehicle by connecting itapplication. to the Auxiliary Input Jack using a standard 3.5 mm (1/8 inch) stereoFor more information, visit cable. See Auxiliary Devices onwww.apple.com/itunes page 41.
    • 38 Infotainment SystemArtist: Genres: Audio Books:1. Select to view the artists that 1. Select to view the genres that 1. Select to view the audio books have been stored on the iPod. have been stored on the iPod. that have been stored on2. Select an artist name to view a 2. Select a genre name to view a the iPod. list of all songs by the artist. list of all songs of that genre. 2. Select an audio book name to3. Select the desired song from 3. Select the desired song from view a list of all songs of that the list. Once a song has been the list. Once a song has been genre. selected “Artist Mode” appears selected “Genre Mode” appears 3. Select the desired song from on the iPod main screen to show on the iPod main screen to show the list. Once a song has been that music is being played from that music is being played from selected “Audio Book Mode” a specific artist. a specific genre. appears on the iPod mainAlbum: Composers: screen.1. Select to view the albums that 1. Select to view the composers Audio Book will only appear as a have been stored on the iPod. that have been stored on valid category if this option is on the iPod. the iPod.2. Select an album name to view a list of all songs on the album. 2. Select a composer name to Podcasts:3. Select the desired song from view a list of all songs of that 1. Select to view the podcasts that the list. Once a song has been composer. have been stored on the iPod. selected “Album Mode” appears 3. Select the desired song from 2. Select a name to view a list of all on the iPod main screen to show the list. Once a song has been songs of that genre. that music is being played from selected “Composer Mode” 3. Select the desired song from a specific album. appears on the iPod main the list. Once a song has been screen to show that music is selected “Podcast Mode” being played from a specific appears on the iPod main composer. screen.
    • Infotainment System 39Podcasts will only appear as a validcategory if this option is on the iPod.To use the iPod music menu: 2. Press Files, Folders, or Playlists 3. Press to play the desired song. to show a list of songs stored on Eject iPod: Select to remove the the iPod device. iPod. If the iPod is disconnected without selecting this button, the1. Press on the center button to go files on the iPod could be corrupted. to the main list menu.
    • 40 Infotainment SystemAudio BookAudiobooks can be downloadedfrom iTunes® or if in .mp3.After inserting the USB or iPod, thefollowing screen displays: 2. Press on Audiobooks or 3. Press to play the desired media. Podcasts to show a list of the media stored on the iPod device.1. Press on the center button to go to the main list menu.
    • Infotainment System 41Auxiliary Devices If the vehicle has rear audio/video Navigation input jacks, located in the rear of theThe navigation system has an center console, they can be usedauxiliary input jack located in the as another source for audio/video Using the Navigationupper right corner of the faceplate. listening. SystemThis is not an audio output; do notplug the headphone set into the To use a portable audio player, This section presents basicfront auxiliary input jack. You can connect a 3.5 mm (1/8 inch) cable information needed to operatehowever, connect an external audio to the auxiliary input jack. When a the navigation system.device such as an iPod, laptop device is connected, the system Use the control buttons located oncomputer, MP3 player, CD changer, will detect and automatically begin the navigation system along withor cassette tape player, etc. to the playing audio from the device over the available touch-sensitive screenauxiliary input jack for use as the vehicles speakers. buttons on the navigation screen toanother source for audio listening. If a device is connected and you are operate the system. See “ControlDrivers are encouraged to set listening to another source (FM, CD, Buttons” for more information.up any auxiliary device while MP3, etc.), press AUDIO then press Once the vehicle is moving, variousthe vehicle is in P (Park). it repeatedly until AUX is selected functions will be disabled to reduceSee “Defensive Driving” in the or press the AUX screen button. driver distractions.Index of your vehicles owner An auxiliary device must bemanual for more information on connected for the AUX screen Control Buttonsdriver distraction. button to appear as an option to select or the vehicle must have The following buttons are located on rear auxiliary jacks. See “Rear Seat the navigation system: Entertainment System” in the Index O (Power/Volume): of your vehicles owner manual 1. Press to turn the system on for more information on the rear and off. auxiliary jacks. 2. Turn increase or decrease the volume to the audio system.
    • 42 Infotainment SystemIf your vehicle has the Rear Seat Selecting the audio tab splits the MENU: Press to adjust features forEntertainment (RSE) and Rear Seat screen between the map screen and sound, radio, navigation, and theAudio (RSA), press and hold for the current audio source screen display. See Navigation Menu onmore than two seconds to turn off menu. See “Audio” under AM-FM page 52 for more information.the navigation system, the RSE, Radio on page 14 for more ¨ SEEK / © SEEK: Press theand RSA. information. arrows to seek and scan radiof (Tune/Speaker Adjustment): DEST (Destination): Press to stations, to seek tracks on a CD,1. Press to access the Sound access the Destination Entry screen and to seek chapters on a DVD. screen to adjust bass, midrange, to plan a destination or to change See AM-FM Radio on page 14 treble, and equalization or Digital the search area. See Destination on and CD/DVD Player on page 22 Signal Processing (DSP), if the page 65 for more information. for more information. vehicle has the Bose® sound RPT (Navigation Repeat): Press Touch-Sensitive Screen system. to repeat the last voice guidance Buttons2. Turn to go to the next or prompt. Touch-sensitive screen buttons previous radio station. See FAV (Favorite): Press to access are located on the screen. When AM-FM Radio on page 14 for the preset stations. See “Storing a screen button has been selected, more information. Radio Station Presets” under a beep will sound. Screen buttonsZ (CD/DVD Eject): Press to eject AM-FM Radio on page 14 for are highlighted when a feature isCDs or DVDs. more information. available.NAV (Navigation): Press to view AUDIO: Press to access the fullthe vehicles current position on the Audio screen to change AM, FM,map screen. Each press will cycle XM™ Satellite Radio Service (ifthrough Full Map and the tab that equipped), CD, DVD (if equipped),displays the current audio source and auxiliary input. See “Audio”(AM, FM, CD, etc.). Full Map under AM-FM Radio on page 14displays the screen in full map view. for more information.
    • Infotainment System 43Alpha-Numeric Keyboard q (Backspace): Select the Map CoverageLetters of the alphabet, symbols, backspace screen button if an The maps are stored on a DVD.punctuation, and numbers, when incorrect character has been The 48 contiguous United States,available, displays on the navigation selected. along with Hawaii, Alaska, andscreen as an alpha or numeric To make name selections easier, portions of Canada are containedkeyboard. The alpha keyboard the system only highlights the on one disc.displays when the system requires characters that can follow the last Refer to the “Navigation Systementry of a city or street name. one entered. For example, if a Z is Map Disc” manual to view a detailedAll characters are touch-sensitive entered, a T may not be available explanation of map coverage andscreen buttons. Press on a for selection. detailed city lists in each region.character to select it. If a name does not display after This manual will be in the map DVDA-Y (Accent Alphabet): Select this entry, it may need to be entered case when the vehicle is deliveredscreen button to select letters with differently, the map DVD disc may from the factory.accent symbols. This button may not contain that information, or the correct search area has not been Installing the DVD Map Disctoggle to A-Z. selected. See Database Coverage When a DVD Map Disc is installed,A-Z (Alphabet): Select this screen Explanations on page 81 for more noise from the disc may occur, thisbutton to select letters from the information or Destination on is normal system operation.alphabet. This button may toggle page 65 to change the search area.to A-Y. The navigation system in this vehicle uses a DVD to store map0-9 (Numbers): Select this screen Maps information. When the system loadsbutton to select numbers. data from the disc, you may hear This section includes basicU (Space): Select the space information needed to know a very slight buzz sound from thescreen button to enter a space about the map database. navigation system. The sound isbetween characters or the words similar to that of a CD playerof a name. seeking through different tracks.
    • 44 Infotainment SystemThis is normal operation and may Ejecting the DVD Map Discoccur more frequently with the use When the DVD map disc is notof XM NavTraffic. loaded, you will not be able to useYour dealer may have installed the the navigation portion of the system.map DVD. If the map DVD was not 1. Press the MENU control buttoninstalled, do the following to load it: to enter the Menu options, then1. Turn the ignition on. press it repeatedly until Nav is selected or press the Nav2. Press O to turn the navigation screen button. system on or press the NAV, DEST, or MENU control button. 2. Press Map Database If MENU is selected, press and Information. hold until the Nav screen is A. Map DVD Slot 3. Press the Change screen button. active, or press on the Nav tab 4. Press Insert Map Disc. The screen tilts, exposing the manually. The screen tilts to access map DVD slot and the map DVD3. Press OK to agree to the the map DVD slot. ejects. Pull the disc out. Caution screen, if it appears. 5. Load the map DVD partway into 4. Press the Close screen button. If the map is in split screen the slot. The system pulls it in. The screen closes. mode, you must push the Nav screen button to get the full map 6. Once the map DVD is loaded, screen. press the Close screen button. The screen closes 7. Set the search area. See “Setting the Search Area” under Using the Navigation System on page 41 for more information.
    • Infotainment System 45Handling the DVD Map Disc DVD Map Disc Messages Map AdjustmentsWhen handling the DVD map disc, If Disc Read Error appears on the The system allows you to adjustbe careful of the following: display and/or the disc comes out, the scale of view on the map. Also,. Handle the disc very carefully it could be for one of the following as you drive, the map will scroll to avoid contamination or flaws. reasons: automatically based on the direction Signals may not read out . If the map DVD disc was of travel. properly if the disc gets installed into the audio Map Scales contaminated or flawed. CD/ video DVD slot. See “Installing DVD Map V / U (Zoom In/Zoom Out):. If the disc gets soiled, use a Press the zoom in or out screen soft cloth to gently wipe it out Disc” in this section. buttons from the center of the disc . It is very hot. When the or the scale on the bar to change to the outside. Do not use temperature returns to normal, the level of map detail. The scale photographic record cleaner, the disc should work. appears on the screen once the solvents, or other cleaners. . You are driving on a very rough zoom in or zoom out screen buttons. Do not use the disc to rest on road. When the road becomes are selected. The system adjusts while writing or drawing using smoother, the disc should work. the map accordingly. The scale of any writing utensil or attach a a map can range from 50 m (150 ft) . The disc is dirty, scratched, wet, to 400 km (250 mi). To change from seal to any of the sides or or upside down. the disc. English or metric, see “Driver . The air is very humid. If so, wait Information Center, DIC Operation. Do not keep the disc in direct about an hour and try again. and Displays” in the Index of your sunlight, high temperatures, vehicles owner manual. or humidity.. After using the disc, place it back into the original case.
    • 46 Infotainment SystemScrolling the Map If scrolling while the vehicle is in Navigation Symbols motion, you have one scroll speed and a limited distance to scroll. The following symbols are the most You have to keep pressing on the common symbols that appear on a map screen to scroll for a longer map screen. distance. If you have used the scroll feature to scroll the map and the vehicle iconPress anywhere on the map screen becomes lost, press NAV to returnand the scroll symbol appears. Use to the current vehicle location onthis feature to scroll across the map. the map.Move your finger in any direction You can use the scroll feature The vehicle is shown as thison the map screen and the map on the map to set a destination. symbol. It indicates the currentcontinues to scroll in that direction See “Pick from Map” under position and heading directionuntil you remove your finger. Destination on page 65 for more of the vehicle on the map.If scrolling while the vehicle is in information.P (Park), the system will scroll When scrolling on the map without ainitially at a slower rate. It increases planned route, press Go to calculateif you continue pressing on the map the route from your current positionscreen. to the destination mark. The destination symbol appears on the map, after a route has been planned, marking the final destination.
    • Infotainment System 47The waypoint symbol displays onthe map after a waypoint has beenadded to the route.The waypoint symbol is numberedfrom one through three dependingon how many intermediatewaypoints have been set. The distance and time to destination The straight line to distance symbol symbol indicates the distance and indicates the straight-line distance the estimated time remaining to the to the destination. final destination. This symbol appears before you start driving on the route or if you are on a road where navigation guidance cannot be given.The distance to destination symbolindicates the distance to the finaldestination.This symbol only appears whentime is not available or when youare scrolling on the map.
    • 48 Infotainment System The shaded triangle indicates the See Global Positioning System North direction. While in Heading (GPS) on page 78 for more Up mode, the direction the vehicle information. is traveling will always be at the top of the map screen. The vehicle icon always heads in the direction theThe north up symbol indicates the vehicle is traveling. Select thismap with North Up, known as North screen symbol to switch betweenUp mode. Heading Up and North Up modes.While in North Up mode, the vehicleicon follows the north direction Select the Mark screen button toon the map regardless of which store the location on the screen indirection the vehicle is traveling. your address book.Select this screen symbol to switch The system automatically storesbetween North Up and Heading Up the point in the address book. Seemodes. “Adding Destinations to the Address The No GPS symbol appears when Book” under Destination on page 65 the vehicle is not receiving a Global for more information. Positioning System (GPS) satellite signal.The heading up symbol indicatesthe map with the vehicle traveldirection up, known as HeadingUp mode.
    • Infotainment System 49Displaying Points of Interest (POI) More: Select to view more POIon the Map Screen categories.Select the POI screen button todisplay or delete POI icons fromthe map.Displaying POI icons on the Select one of the POI categories tomap let you know where POIs display or to delete POI icons from(i.e. restaurants, gas stations, etc.) the map screen. Once a categoryare located. This screen appears has been selected, the POI icon POI Close to: Once a category hasafter selecting the POI screen displays at the top of the screen. been selected, press this button tobutton. Five categories can be selected display the list of available POIs for to display on the map screen. the selected POI categories. The list When a category is selected those provides the POI icon, the name, POI icons display on the map. Press the direction, and the distance to the POI screen button again to add the POI from the vehicles current more POI icons. position. Use the scroll arrows to move up and down the list. Use the Sort by DIST. (distance), Icon, Name, and on Route as desired.
    • 50 Infotainment SystemGo: Press this button, located next Call: Select to initiate a call using Clear: To delete a category, do oneto the desired POI, to make this POI the OnStar Hands-Free system. of the following:a destination or a waypoint. The Call button is only available if . Delete the last added POISelect a POI name to receive OnStar personal calling is activated. category, select the Clear screeninformation about the POI. From For more information about OnStar button.this screen you can select: Add to Hands-Free Calling, see the OnStar Owner Guide. . Delete a specific POI category:Address Book, Go, Map, or Call(if OnStar® personal calling is Map: Press to display the map 1. Select the category.activated). showing the location of the POI. 2. Select the subcategory.Add to Address Book: Press to Show: Select to update the map 3. A pop-up confirmationadd this POI to the address book. screen and the list, once a category displays. Select the DeleteSee “Nav” under Navigation Menu has been selected. screen button, the mapon page 52 for information on Show POI: Select ON to display screen displays with thatediting address book entries. the POI icons on the map screen. POI category deleted.Go: Press to make this POI a Select OFF to remove the POI icons Clear All: Select to clear alldestination or a waypoint. from the map screen. selected POI categories. A pop-up List all Categories: Select to list confirmation displays. Select the all POIs sorted alphabetically. Delete screen button, the map screen displays with all POI categories deleted.
    • Infotainment System 51Driving on a Route Dual Mode Dual mode displays the route on half of the screen and a maneuverWhen a destination has been routed or Interstate Exit list on the otherand you are driving on route, the half. The Interstate Exit list advisesmap screen automatically displays of approaching exits. Press thisthe next maneuver. button to switch between dual screen and full screen which displays the entire route.This next maneuver pop-up displaysthe next maneuver direction andhow many miles or kilometers you The Dual Mode symbol displays when the screen is in dual mode. When approximately 0.08 kmare from it. (1/2 mi) from the next maneuver, or two miles while on expressways, the screen displays the name and a detailed view of the next maneuver.
    • 52 Infotainment SystemPress the dual mode button to hide Traveling Across Regions Navigation Menuthe detailed turn maneuver view for If you plan to drive across manythis maneuver only. states, you may have to changeAuto Reroute the region selected to represent the area you are traveling to. To changeWhen the destination is set and the region:you are off the planned route, the . Change the selected regionsystem automatically plans a newroute and begins to reroute. The in the search area when younew route becomes highlighted on get closer to your destination.the screen. See Destination on page 65. . Change the selected region in the search area when entering your destination and route settings. See Destination on Press the MENU control button page 65. to adjust several of the systems For example, if you were features and preferences. The last traveling from Michigan to selected menu screen is the screen Florida, change the region that displays; Sound, Radio, Nav currently selected in the (navigation), Display, or Time. search area to Florida. Enter a destination in Florida under the Destination Entry menu.
    • Infotainment System 53Sound Nav (Navigation) Off-Road ModePress the MENU control button toenter the Menu options, then pressit repeatedly until Sound is selectedor press the Sound screen button tomake speaker and equalization orDSP (Digital Signal Processing)adjustments. See AM-FM Radio onpage 14 for more information.RadioPress the MENU control button toenter the Menu options, then pressit repeatedly until Radio is selectedor press the Radio screen button to Press the MENU control button to To turn the Off-Road Mode on or off:make changes for radio information enter the Menu options, then press 1. Press the MENU control button.displayed, preset pages, XM™ it repeatedly until Nav is selected orcategories, and Automatic Volume press the Nav screen button. 2. Press the Nav screen button.Control. See AM-FM Radio onpage 14 for more information.
    • 54 Infotainment System3. Press # (Off-Road Mode) On or Voice Prompt Allow toll road: Allows the system Off screen buttons. The active to use toll roads when calculating a > Voice Prompt: Press to change planned route. button highlights. the volume of the voice prompts or When the off-road mode is to turn the voice prompts on and off. Allow ferry: Allows the system turned on, the navigation system to use ferries when calculating a Voice Prompt Volume: Press + shows the path being traveled planned route. or − to increase or to decrease the by the vehicle when not on a volume of the voice prompts. Allow time and seasonal marked road. This path is a restricted road: Allows the system simulation since the map Turn voice turn instruction: Press to use time restricted and seasonal database coverage will not ON or OFF to turn voice instructions roads when calculating a planned have these roads on the DVD. on and off while traveling on a route. This path is stored in the planned route. navigation systems memory, Edit Address Book Route Preference see “Previous Destination” How to Add under Destination on page 65 Press % (Route Preference) to for more information. change route options when the To add an address to the address system calculates a route. book, see “Adding Destinations to the Address Book” under Allow highway: Allows the system Destination on page 65. to use major roads when calculating a planned route.
    • Infotainment System 55Edit/View To add or change the phone number To add a voice tag to an addressTo edit the name of an of an address book entry: book entry:address book: 1. Select the MENU control button. 1. Select the MENU control button.1. Select the MENU control button. 2. Select the Nav screen button. 2. Select the Nav screen button.2. Select the Nav screen button. 3. Select the * (Edit/View Address 3. Select the * screen button.3. Select * (Edit/View Book) screen button. 4. Select the Add Voice tag screen Address Book). 4. Select the address book entry to button.4. Select the Address book entry. change. 5. The system will ask for you to 5. Press Phone # and use the state the name. You will have numeric keyboard to input or five seconds to state the name. change the phone number. The system responds back with 6. Press OK to save your changes. the name. To change the map icon of an To delete an address book entry: address book entry: 1. Select the MENU control button. 1. Select the MENU control button. 2. Select the Nav screen button. 2. Select the Nav screen button. 3. Select the * screen button. 3. Select the * screen button. 4. Select the address book entry to 4. Select the address book entry to delete.5. Press the Name screen button change. 5. Press Delete to delete the and use the alpha keyboard to 5. Select the Icon screen button. address book entry. edit or add the name. 6. Select an icon from the list.6. Press OK to save your changes.
    • 56 Infotainment SystemTo delete the entire address book: Map Database Information Pull the map DVD out. Insert the1. Select the MENU control button. map DVD partway into the slot. The system pulls it in.2. Select the Nav screen button.3. Select the * screen button.4. Select the address book entry to delete.5. Press and hold Delete until the delete all address book entries pop-up confirmation displays. Select Yes to delete; select No to cancel the operation. To change the map DVD and to view the coverage areas of the map DVD: A. Map DVD Slot 1. Press the MENU control button. Once the map DVD is loaded press the Close screen button. The screen 2. Select the Nav screen button. closes. 3. Select Map Database Once the screen is closed press OK Information. to proceed to the navigation system. Change: Press to eject or change See Using the Navigation System the map DVD. The screen tilts, on page 41. exposing the map DVD slot and, if loaded, the map DVD will eject.
    • Infotainment System 57 XM NavTraffic™ (USA and Canada) The vehicles navigation system may have an XM NavTraffic™ receiver. XM NavTraffic™ is a subscription service provided via XM™ Satellite Radio. XM NavTraffic™ provides real-time traffic information fully integrated to the navigation system to display current traffic conditions for aCoverage: Press to view the areas driver’s chosen route and surrounding area. XM NavTraffic™ Three types of traffic information forcovered by the map DVD. major roadways are displayed on allows drivers to make the mostPress the arrows to view each informed, timesaving routing the navigation system:region of the map DVD. The screen decisions. . Unscheduled traffic incidentdisplays the major cities for the data, such as accidents andselected region. If the Traffic screen button is pressed or if an attempt is made disabled vehicles to turn on the traffic display in the . Scheduled traffic incident data, Navigation Setup Menu without such as road construction and a subscription, a warning screen road closures displays indicating that XM traffic . Traffic flow information (rate of is not activated. speed data)
    • 58 Infotainment SystemTraffic information is delivered Turning XM NavTraffic™ On Traffic Iconto the vehicle by the XM™ Radio and Off The Traffic Icon appears on thesatellites. XM NavTraffic™ makes it To turn traffic on or off: Traffic Tab, next to the wordpossible for the navigation system Traffic, when traffic is found into provide continuously updated 1. Press the MENU control button, then press it repeatedly until Nav the local area.traffic information personalized fora driver’s needs. is selected or press the Nav screen button.XM NavTraffic™ currentlybroadcasts the traffic information 2. Press the Traffic Options button.for many markets nationally, and 3. Press the Traffic button. Thisthe service may be available in button is highlighted when it ismore cities in the future. Visit active.www.xmnavtraffic.com for moredetails on local coverage. Selecting Alert for Approaching Traffic Events enables theA service fee is required in order system to show a pop-up screento receive the XM NavTraffic™ that notifies of possible trafficservice. issues ahead. When this feature is highlighted, while traveling on a route, accidents located on the route are indicated and can be avoided.
    • Infotainment System 59The Traffic Icon has three different condition displays. These are: Locations and Information of Traffic Conditions Condition Traffic Status Icon The system may take some time to sort the information. The list of traffic conditions display in the order No XM NavTraffic™ subscription. of distance from the vehicle, at a No Traffic is found in the local area. minimum of approximately 16 mi The Traffic Feature is turned off. (25 km). If traveling on a planned route, the list can be filtered to see traffic conditions along the planned route. Not all traffic conditions may be listed. Traffic events are in the area, but none are on route. Traffic events are on route.
    • 60 Infotainment SystemTo view the traffic condition location Optionsand information on the map: Traffic Flow Status — Use this button to enable or disable the Select the Options screen button. green, yellow, red and orange1. Press NAV, then press it A Traffic Options menu displays. arrows shown beside the roads repeatedly until Traffic is Select the desired traffic related and used to show the traffic flow selected, or press the Traffic option. or extent of a traffic event. screen button. A list of traffic Traffic: Select to enable or disable . Black indicates a closed road conditions with the direction the traffic function. segment. and distance from the vehicles current position displays. Show Traffic ICONS: Select to . Red indicates significantly display traffic icons on the map impaired traffic flow with average2. Select a traffic condition to get screen. This function allows which speed less than 25 mph. more detailed information of the traffic information displays. event.
    • Infotainment System 61. Yellow indicates slightly impaired traffic flow with average speed p (Alert): Object in the roadway, Alert for Approaching Traffic disabled vehicle, or dangerous road Events: When On, if an between 25 and 45 mph. approaching traffic event is within conditions.. Green indicates normal traffic the alert range, one of two traffic flow with average speed above t (Accident): Roadway obstructed alert pop-up screens display: due to accident. 45 mph. . With no route planned, whileTraffic flow data arrows display s (Road Works): Delayed traffic on expressways, Approaching due to construction. Traffic Event without Avoidon the map when scaled up toeight miles. j (Road Condition): Delayed or screen displays. stopped traffic, lane blocked or . With route planned, Traffic EventClosed Road, Traffic Delays, closed due to a road condition. on Route screen displays.Incidents, and Advisories — Thesefour screen buttons are used to turn k (Weather): Heavy rain, snow, If the Alert for Approaching Trafficon and to show traffic event icons or fog weather condition. Events is Off, the alert pop-upthat appear on the map screens. m (Parking): Available screen does not display and noTraffic Event Display Categories parking area. voice announcement when approaching traffic.The following are traffic condition l (Information): Special event,categories and symbols that can general information, or warning.appear on the display:q (Road Closed): Road and/orramps closed.o / n (Stopped/Slow Traffic):Traffic stopped, stop and go traffic,delayed and congested traffic.
    • 62 Infotainment SystemOn-Route Avoid List Scrolling to Traffic Events onSelect the On Route screen button Press to show previously avoided the Mapto display all events ahead on the incidences. Select an incidencecurrent active route. If no traffic to cancel it from being on theevents have been reported on route, avoided list.this list will be empty. While scrolling the map, traffic condition icons may appear. To receive information about the traffic condition, place the cross hairs over the traffic condition icon. After selecting the Info (information) screen button, the type of traffic condition, the street name, and a description of the traffic condition displays. See “Scrolling the Map” under Maps on page 43 for more information.
    • Infotainment System 63Press NAV to return to the normal The Traffic Event screen can be More: Press to display more of thefull map screen. displayed by: traffic event description.Detailed Traffic Event Screens . Scrolling to an event on the map Avoid: This button is used to avoid and then pressing Info. the location of an event on theThere are different types of detailed route. If selected, a new route is . Selecting a traffic event listed ontraffic event screens. Each screen is calculated and the related traffica variance of the one shown on the the Traffic Event List screen. event is avoided. After the newTraffic Event Screen. . Selecting a traffic event listed on route has been calculated, the the Traffic On Route Screen. navigation system goes to the Back, Map, More, and Avoid full map screen and shows the new route. These buttons have common functions across all three Detailed The Avoid button is only available if Traffic Event screens. the route ahead and in the Traffic On Route List. Back: Press to return to the previous screen. Map: Press to show the related traffic event on the map. If selected, the Map Traffic Event Icon screen displays. Traffic Event Screen
    • 64 Infotainment SystemTraffic Voice Prompts Display Brightness/Contrast/ModeIf the voice prompts are on,whenever an Alert for ApproachingTraffic is displayed, the systemgives the related voice prompt.The content of the voice promptdepends on actual traffic event data.The RPT (Repeat) control buttonis for navigation traffic maneuversonly. It is not used to repeat trafficprompts. During a traffic voiceprompt, if RPT is pressed, thecurrent prompt playback cancels.Anything that cancels the Alert for Press the MENU control button to Press this screen button to changeApproaching Traffic, also cancels enter the Menu options, then press the brightness, contrast, and modethe related voice prompt. it repeatedly until Display is selected of the display.Traffic prompts are disabled during or press the Display screen button. ] (Brightness): Press + or − toOnStar® or Voice Recognition increase or decrease the brightness Display Offactivity. of the screen. Press to turn the display off. Press any control button to view _ (Contrast): Press + or − to increase or decrease the contrast of the display. the screen. Auto (Automatic): Press so the system will automatically adjust the screen background depending on exterior lighting conditions.
    • Infotainment System 65At night, the brightness can be Destination Search Areaadjusted with the vehicle dimming The Destination Entry screenknob near the headlamp switch. Press the DEST control button to access the Destination Entry allows you to select the areaNight: Press to make the map screen. From this screen, select included in the search for yourbackground darker. from several options to plan a route destination. A map that divides theDay: Press to make the map by entering destination points. 48 contiguous United States, alongbackground brighter. with Hawaii, Alaska, and a part of Canada into 14 regions is displayed.Setting the Clock Before selecting a method ofPress the MENU control button destination entry, review theto enter the menu options, then search area map to make surepress it repeatedly until the time is your destination is located in theselected or press the time screen highlighted region.button, then press the Set screenbutton.Hours: Press − or + to decrease orincrease the hours.Minutes: Press − or + to decreaseor increase the minutes.12/24 Format: Select the 12 screenbutton for standard time; select the24 screen button for military time.
    • 66 Infotainment System To enter a destination, choose from one of the following destination entry methods: Address Entry 6 Address Entry: The address entry destination method allows you to enter an address by providing the system with a city name or a street name. If you are having trouble finding a city or a street name:Press the Change Search Area To enter a destination by entering . Input the street name firstscreen button to view the Search the city name first: instead of the city name, orArea screen. Press the numbered 1. Press the DEST control button. vice versa.screen button to the left of thesearch area map that corresponds . Input more characters or reduce 2. Select 6 (Address Entry).with the numbered region and to the amount of characters toview a list of states included in reduce or expand the available 3. Select the City name screenthe region selected. The selected options. button.area highlights on the map. Pressthe down arrow to select CAN(Canada). Press the back screenbutton to return to the DestinationEntry screen and to store theselected region.
    • Infotainment System 674. Enter the city name or press the number in it, it represents the To enter a destination by entering Last 5 Cities screen button. number of available streets. the street name first: The Last 5 Cities screen Select this button to view the list. 1. Press the DEST control button. displays a list of the last five city 6. Select the street name with the names that had been entered. correct prefix (Dr., Ln, St., etc.) 2. Select the 6 screen button. Select a city from the list and it from the list. 3. Select the Street screen appears in the City name area. 7. Once a street has been button and start entering the If using the alpha keyboard, selected, the numeric keyboard street name. finish entering the city name. displays, allowing you to enter If five or fewer names are If five or fewer names are the house number. The system available, a list displays. If more available, a list displays. If more displays the house number than five are available, there than five are available, there range that is available for the will be a screen button with a will be a screen button with street. number in it, it represents the a number in it, it represents 8. Select Go. The map screen, with number of available streets. the number of available cities. the destination marked, displays. Select this button to view the list. Select this button to view the list and select a city. 9. Select the route preference 4. Select the street name with (Fastest, Shortest, or Other). the correct prefix from the list5. Once a city has been selected The system calculates and (Dr., Ln., St., etc.). the Street name category will highlights the route. automatically be selected for entry. 10. Select Start Guidance. You are now ready to start the route. Start entering the street name. If five or less names are See “Getting Started on Your available, a list displays. If more Route” in this section for more than five are available, there information. will be a screen button with a
    • 68 Infotainment System5. Once a street has been selected 8. Select the route preference 4. Select the desired street name the City name category will (Fastest, Shortest, or Other). with the correct prefix from the automatically be selected for The system calculates and list (Dr., Ln., St., etc.). entry. highlights the route. 5. Once a street has been selected If five or fewer cities are 9. Select Start Guidance. You are the Cross Street screen button available for the selected street, now ready to start the route. becomes available. Select the the system will display the list See “Getting Started on Your Cross Street button and start of cities. If more than five cities Route” in this section for more entering the cross street name. are available the system information. If five or fewer names are displays the alpha keyboard. available, a list displays. If more Start entering the city name. To enter a destination by entering a cross street: than five are available, there If five or less names are will be a screen button with a available, a list displays. If more 1. Press the DEST control button. number in it, it represents the than five are available, there number of available cross will be a screen button with 2. Select the 6 screen button. streets. Select this button to a number in it, it represents 3. Select the Street screen view the list. the number of available cities. button and start entering the Select this button to view the street name. list and select a city. If five or fewer names are6. Once a city has been selected, available, a list displays. If more the numeric keyboard displays, than five are available, there allowing you to enter the house will be a screen button with a number. The system displays number in it, it represents the the house number range that is number of available streets. available for the street. Select this button to view the list.7. Select Go. The map screen, with the destination marked, displays.
    • Infotainment System 696. Select the street name with the Point of Interest (POI) To use the point of interest correct prefix from the list (Dr., The Point of Interest (POI) destination entry method by Ln., St., etc.). An Information destination entry method allows entering the name: screen automatically displays. you to select a destination from 1. Press the DEST control button.7. Select Go. The map screen, with the POI list. the destination marked, displays. 2. Select i (Point of Interest).8. Select the route preference 3. Enter the POI name. (Fastest, Shortest, or Other). If five or fewer names are The system calculates and available, a list displays. If more highlights the route. than five are available, there9. Select Start Guidance. You are will be a screen button with now ready to start the route. a number in it, it represents the number of available POIs. See “Getting Started on Your Select this button to view the list. Route” in this section for more information. 4. Select Go, located next to the POI. The map screen, with the destination marked, displays. i Point of Interest: Press to 5. Select the route preference access the Point of Interest (POI) (Fastest, Shortest, or Other). screen. From this screen you The system calculates and have two options to select/enter a highlights the route. destination; enter the name using the alpha keyboard or select a category from the category list.
    • 70 Infotainment System6. Select Start Guidance. You are If the alpha keyboard is Address Book now ready to start the route. displayed, enter the POI name The address book entry method See “Getting Started on Your until a list of available POIs allows you to select a destination by Route” in this section for more appear. There is a screen button selecting an address that has been information. with a number in it, it represents stored in your address book. the number of available POIs.To use the point of interest Select this button to view thedestination entry method by list and select the POI.selecting a category: 5. Select Go, located next to the1. Press the DEST control button. POI. The map screen, with the destination marked, displays.2. Select i (Point of Interest). 6. Select the route preference3. Select Browse POI to view the (Fastest, Shortest, or Other). list of POI categories. The system calculates and4. Select a category, and then a highlights the route. sub-category. 7. Select Start Guidance. You are The system displays available now ready to start the route. POI names in the selected See “Getting Started on Your * Address Book: Press to access sub-category or if the list is too Route” in this section for more the Address Book screen. From this long the system displays the information. screen you can select an address alpha keyboard. that already exists as the destination.
    • Infotainment System 71To use the address book entry OnStar® Destination Downloadmethod: OnStar® Destination Download1. Press the DEST control button. (if equipped) is a service available for OnStar* subscribers that makes2. Select the * screen button. operating the navigation system A list of your address book much simpler. It allows subscribers addresses will display. to request and receive navigation assistance on-the-go.3. Select Go, located next to the destination. The map screen, Using OnStar® Destination with the destination marked, Download displays. Press the blue OnStar button4. Select the route preference and an Advisor can locate a OnStar Download Screen (Fastest, Shortest, or Other). point-of-interest or an address and . Select Go, the navigation The system calculates and download the necessary information system calculates route(s). highlights the route. or coordinates to the navigation Select a route (i.e. Shortest5. Select Start Guidance. You are system. Once the destination is Route), and Start Guidance. now ready to start the route. downloaded, the navigation system . Select the Map screen button, searches for the address in the See “Getting Started on Your the navigation system displays mapping discs database. When the Route” in this section for more the Destination Map Screen. address is found, it is shown on information. your navigation systems screen See “Adding Destinations to the along with the buttons described Address Book” in this section. below.
    • 72 Infotainment System. Select the Call screen button, Route Guidance Not Active the navigation system initiates a call to your destination with your If an OnStar destination is Bluetooth phone (if available) downloaded while route guidance or OnStar Hands-Free Calling is not active, the navigation system (if minutes are available). displays an OnStar Destination Download Screen and operations. Select Add to Address Book, continues as outlined in the Using the navigation system copies the OnStar Destination Download downloaded destination to the section: address book and displays the new address book entry. Route Guidance Active. Select Back, the navigation If OnStar downloads a destination system cancels the OnStar Start Guidance Screen while route guidance is already Destination Download and active, the navigation system adds returns to the previous screen. the downloaded destination as the The downloaded address will next waypoint in the existing route. not be added to the previous All features such as Call and Add to destinations. Address Book will be available for the waypoint. Refer to the section on Waypoints for more information.
    • Infotainment System 73Previous Destinations . If the navigation system is Map Destination Screen Functions turned off when the destinationPrevious OnStar Destination download is attempted, the If the map screen is used to showDownloads are saved under navigation system automatically destination, it will have map screenPrevious Destinations in the turns on and displays the OnStar capabilities such as Go, Mark,navigation system where they Destination Download Screen. Zoom, Scroll, etc. The address iscan be accessed or saved to The radio remains on after the shown at the top of the screen.the address book. download occurs.Important Notes regarding OnStar . If OnStar downloads aDestination Download: destination and the address. The map disc must be is not found in the mapping installed in the radio for OnStar disc’s database and routing by Destination Download to coordinates is not available, the function. Go and Map buttons gray out and routing will not be available.. If the navigation system is Press the OnStar button for turned off when the destination further assistance. download is attempted, the . The Call button grays out when navigation system automatically turns on and displays the OnStar there is no phone number Destination Map Screen Destination Download Screen. available for your destination The radio remains on after the and while connected to OnStar. download occurs.
    • 74 Infotainment SystemGetting Started on Your Route Turn List The map screen displays. Select the Turn List: Press to view the list of Fastest, Shortest, or Other screenOnce you have entered a turn maneuvers for the entire route buttons. Press Start Guidance.destination there are several and to avoid turns on the route. The route re-calculates withoutfunctions that can be performed. the selected avoided maneuver.Press the DEST control button toaccess the Route screen. Avoid List: Press to cancel an avoided turn. The list of selected avoided turns display. Select the turn to cancel the turn from being avoided. Q / R (Scroll Arrows): Press the arrows to scroll through the list of maneuvers. Avoid: Press this button, located next to the adjacent street name, to avoid the maneuver. r (Route Preview): Press to preview the entire route in either direction.
    • Infotainment System 75t (Reverse Skip) : Press to go Detour Add Waypointback to the start point or previous Detour: Select this button from thewaypoint. Route screen, then select to detourq / r (Reverse Scroll): Press to 1 km, 3 km, or 5 km (1 mile, 3 miles,scroll to the start point or previous or 5 miles) around the current route.waypoint. This button toggles You may also select to detourbetween slow and fast speed. the whole route if necessary. This option is only available whilej (Pause): Press to pause the you are driving on your currentroute preview, while in reverse or planned route.fast forward scroll. Voice Promptr / [ (Fast Forward Scroll):Press to scroll to the next Select this button from the Routewaypoint or to the final destination. screen to turn voice prompts on or off and to change the volume of Add Waypoint: Select this buttonThis button will toggle between slow voice prompts. See “Nav” under from the Route screen. This featureand fast speed. Navigation Menu on page 52 for allows you to add up to threeu (Fast Forward Skip): Press to more information. waypoints to the current route,go to the next waypoint or to the between your start point and finalfinal destination. destination. Once a waypoint has been added, the points can be edited or deleted.
    • 76 Infotainment SystemTo add a waypoint: 7. Select the route preference 4. Select the route preference1. Press the DEST control button. (Fastest, Shortest, or Other). (Fastest, Shortest, or Other). The system calculates and The system calculates and2. Select the Add Waypoint screen highlights the route. highlights the route. button. This button only appears if a route has been calculated. 8. Select Start Guidance. You are 5. Select Start Guidance. You are now ready to start the route. now ready to start the route.3. Using the desired method of entering a destination, enter To delete a waypoint from the Suspend Guidance the waypoint. See “Destination” current route: Press this button, from the Route previously for more information. 1. Press the DEST control button. screen, to put the current route4. Select the route preference 2. Select the Delete screen button on hold. (Fastest, Shortest, or Other). for the desired waypoint to Resume Guidance The system calculates and delete. highlights the route. Press this button, from the Route 3. The system displays a pop-up screen, to resume guidance on the5. Select Start Guidance. You are confirmation message. Choose current route. now ready to start the route. Yes to delete the waypoint; press No to cancel this Cancel Guidance6. To add the second and third waypoints, press DEST, then operation. Press this button, from the Route select the Add screen button, screen, to cancel the current route. where you would like the next waypoint to fall on the route.
    • Infotainment System 77Adding Destinations to the Adding or Changing Preset To store the current final destinationAddress Book Destinations as a preset destination:There are two ways to add a This feature allows you to add 1. Select Mark from the mapdestination to the address book: or change one of five preset screen to add the current final destinations. When a destination destination. The Address Book. To add the current final screen appears. destination to the address has been added as a preset book, press Mark from the destination, it becomes available to 2. Select Name. An map screen. The system select from the Destination Entry alpha-keyboard displays. automatically saves the final screen. See “Preset Destination” Enter the name. destination information in the previously for information on how to select a preset destination as a 3. Press and hold one of the address book. buttons at the bottom of final destination.. Press Add to Address the screen until a pop-up Book when available on confirmation displays. POI information screens, The name appears in that preset Destination Entry screens, destination screen button and is or POI screens. The system now available to select from the automatically saves this Destination Entry screen. information in the address book.See “Nav” under Navigation Menuon page 52 for information onediting address book entries.
    • 78 Infotainment SystemTo store an address book entry as a Global Positioning This system may not be available orpreset destination: interferences may occur if: System (GPS)1. Select the MENU control button. . Signals are obstructed by tall The navigation system determines buildings, trees, large trucks,2. Select the Nav screen button or the position of the vehicle by using press the MENU control button or a tunnel. satellite signals, various vehicle until the Nav screen button is signals, and map data. . Objects that are placed on top of selected or press the Nav or near the instrument panel. screen button. At times, other interferences such as the satellite condition, road . Satellites are being repaired or3. Select Edit/View. configuration, the condition of the improved.4. Select the address book entry vehicle and/or other circumstances . After-market glass tinting has that you would like to store as can interfere with the navigation been applied to the vehicles the preset destination. Select the systems ability to determine the windshield. Name screen button to add a accurate position of the vehicle. Notice: Do not apply after-market name, if needed. The GPS shows the current position glass tinting to the vehicles5. Press and hold one of the of the vehicle using signals sent by windows. Glass tinting interferes buttons at the bottom of the GPS Satellites of the United with the systems ability to the screen until a pop-up States Department of Defense. receive GPS signals and causes confirmation displays. When the vehicle is not receiving the system to malfunction. signals from the satellites, a symbol The window might have to be The name appears in the that appears on the map screen. Refer preset destination screen button replaced to correct the problem. to Navigation Symbols on page 46. This would not be covered by the and is now available to select from the Destination Entry warranty. screen.
    • Infotainment System 79For more information if the GPS is . The vehicle is approaching a tall . A roof carrier is installed on yournot functioning properly, see If the building or a large vehicle. vehicle.System Needs Service on page 80 . The surface streets run parallel . The vehicle is being driven withand Problems with Route Guidance to a freeway. tire chains.on page 80. . The vehicle has just been . The tires are replaced. transferred by a vehicle carrierVehicle Positioning or a ferry. . The tire pressure for your tires is incorrect.At times, the position of the vehicle . The current position calibrationon the map may be inaccurate due . The tires are worn. is set incorrectly.to one or more of the following . The first time the map DVD isreasons: . The vehicle is traveling at high inserted. speed.. The road system has changed. . The battery is disconnected for . The vehicle changes directions several days.. The vehicle is driving on slippery more than once, or when the road surfaces such as in sand, vehicle is turning on a turn table . The vehicle is driving in heavy gravel, and/or snow. in a parking lot. traffic where driving is at low. The vehicle is traveling on speeds, and the vehicle is . The vehicle is entering and/or stopped and started repeatedly. winding roads. exiting a parking lot, garage, or a. The vehicle is on a long lot with a roof. If problems are experienced with the straight road. navigation system, see your dealer. . The GPS signal is not received.
    • 80 Infotainment System . The route prohibits the entry of aProblems with Route vehicle due to a regulation by Ordering Map DVDsGuidance time or season or any other The map DVD in the vehicle isInappropriate route guidance may regulation which may be given. the most up-to-date informationoccur under one or more of the available when the vehicle was . Some routes may not befollowing conditions: produced. The map DVD is updated searched. periodically, provided that the map. You have not turned onto the . The route to the destination may information has changed. road indicated. not be shown if there are new For any questions about the. Route guidance may not be roads, if roads have recently operation of the navigation system available when using automatic changed, or if certain roads or the update process, contact rerouting for the next right or are not listed on the map DVD. the GM Nav Disc Center toll‐free left turn. See Ordering Map DVDs on phone number, 1‐877‐NAV‐DISC page 80.. The route may not be changed (1‐877‐628‐3472) or go when using automatic rerouting. To recalibrate the vehicles position to the centers website, on the map, see your dealer. www.gmnavdisc.com. For any. There is no route guidance when updates or replacements, call turning at an intersection. If the System Needs the GM Nav Disc Center or order a. Plural names of places may be Service new disc online. Have the Vehicle announced occasionally. Identification Number (VIN) If the navigation system needs available when ordering to ensure. It may take a long time to service and the steps listed here the correct and most up-to-date operate automatic rerouting have been followed but there are during high-speed driving. DVD map disc for the vehicle is still problems, see your dealer for sent. See “Vehicle Identification. Automatic rerouting may display assistance. Number (VIN)” in the Index of the a route returning to the set vehicles owner manual for more waypoint if you are heading for information. a destination without passing through a set waypoint.
    • Infotainment System 81After receiving the updated Voice Recognition Helpful Hints for Statingdisc, replace the old disc in the Commandsnavigation system. See “Installing The navigation systems voice . When a multiple command isthe DVD Map Disc” and “Ejecting recognition allows for hands-free available, choose the commandthe DVD Map Disc” under Maps on operation of the navigation system, that best works for you.page 43. Dispose of the old disc to audio system, and OnStar®avoid confusion about which disc is features. The DVD map disc must . Words that are in brackets arethe most current. be installed in the navigation system optional. For example, for the for voice recognition to work. See command Radio [band] [select]Database Coverage “Installing the DVD Map Disc” under FM, stating Radio FM or Radio Maps on page 43. Voice recognition select FM are both validExplanations can be used when the ignition is on commands.Coverage area depends upon the or when Retained Accessory Power . When the system recognizes themap detail available. Some areas (RAP) is active. See “Retained command the system will:have greater map detail than others. Accessory Power (RAP)” in theThe navigation system works only Index of your vehicles owner ‐ either perform the functionas well as the information provided manual for more information. ‐ ask you to confirm your choiceon the map disc. See Ordering Map To use voice recognition: by clearly stating “yes or no”DVDs on page 80 on how to obtainupdated map information. 1. Push and hold the SRCE ‐ issue an error message (source) steering wheel control such as “System does not until you hear a beep. The audio recognize this command” or system, if on, will mute. direct you to “Please start speaking after the beep” 2. Clearly state one of the commands listed on the . If the system is not yet ready, following pages. the system may state “System is checking the disc. Please wait.”.
    • 82 Infotainment System. To cancel a command or if the This system is able to recognize Navigation go to [destination] system response does not commands in three different (voice tag), navigation select match your verbal command, languages. The system will only [destination] (voice tag): These press and hold the talk symbol recognize commands based on commands instruct the system to button. The system will reply, the language selected from the select a destination saved under “System will cancel the voice Driver Information Center (DIC). the voice tag you have stored. recognition”. See “Driver Information Center, DIC When a destination is requested. If you experience difficulty Vehicle Personalization” in the Index using a voice tag, the system will with the system recognizing of your vehicles owner manual. state, “Press or say cancel if not a command, try saying it Voice Recognition Commands correct”. To cancel this voice tag more softly, and wait for a few destination, using voice recognition, seconds after the beep, or you The following list shows all of the push and hold the SRCE button on may just try saying it again. voice commands available for the the steering wheel until you hear a. navigation system with a brief beep, then say “cancel”. Canceling Background noise may description of each. The commands voice tag destination by voice cause voice commands to are listed with the optional words recognition, must be done within be misunderstood, including in brackets. To use the voice five seconds after the voice prompt. airflow noise from wind. commands, refer to the instructions. To use the voice recognition listed previously. If you are not currently driving on a system, the map DVD must be route, the system will automatically loaded. Voice Tag Commands create the voice tag destination as The following are voice tag the final destination. If you are commands you can access by currently driving on a route, the clearly stating the commands system will automatically create the exactly as they are written. voice tag destination as a waypoint. You may have up to 40 voice Up to three waypoints can be tag entries for destinations. created.
    • Infotainment System 83Storing Voice Tags Radio Commands Radio [select] (channel) XM, radioFrom the address book entry The following are radio commands [select] (channel) satellite:information page, press the you can access by clearly stating Instructs the system to go to aAdd Voice tag screen button. the commands exactly as they are specific channel on the XM™ bandThe system will respond “Name written. The commands are only (if equipped). The channel must bePlease?”. available when you are in one of a valid channel or the system will the following audio modes, AM, FM, keep the radio at the current stationNavigation Help or XM™ (if equipped). setting. The system pauses whileNavigation Help: This command searching for the channel. Radio: Instructs the system to turninstructs the system to assist with the audio system on. Radio help: Instructs the system tonavigation commands. assist with radio commands. Radio [band] [select] AM, radioDisplay Commands [band] [select] FM, radio [band] CD CommandsUse the following display commands [select] XM, radio [band] [select] The following are CD, MP3, andto set the display mode. satellite: Instructs the system to DVD commands that can be go to either the AM, FM, or XM accessed by clearly stating theDisplay [set] day [mode]: Sets the (if equipped). commands exactly as they aredisplay to daytime mode. Radio [select] (frequency) AM, written.Display [set] night [mode]: Sets radio [select] (frequency) FM: CD, DVD, Disc: Select a CD, DVD,the display to night mode. Instructs the system to go to a or disc that is currently loaded.Display [set] auto [mode]: Sets specific frequency on either AMthe display to automatic mode. or FM. CD, DVD, Disc, [select] track (one,The system will change between two, three, etc.): Instructs theday and night mode automatically. system to select a specific track number.System help: Instructs the systemto assist with display commands.
    • 84 Infotainment SystemCD, DVD, Disc select next OnStar® Commandfolder: Select the next folder on OnStar: Instructs the system tothe MP3 or audio DVD. connect to OnStar®. You will enterCD, DVD, Disc select previous the OnStar® voice recognitionfolder: Select the previous folder system. Refer to your OnStar®on the MP3 or audio DVD. manual for more information.CD help, DVD help, Disc help: Voice HelpInstructs the system to assist withCD and DVD commands. Voice help: Provides a description of help commands that are availableAuxiliary Commands to use.The following auxiliary commandscan be accessed by clearly statingthe commands exactly as theyare written. The commands areavailable when the auxiliary sourceis available.Aux, Auxiliary: Select the auxiliarydevice, when a device is connected.
    • INDEX i-1 A D HAdding Destinations to the Database Coverage Handling the DVD Map Disc . . . . . 45 Address Book . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Explanations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81Adding or Changing Preset Deleting Personal Information . . . . 9 I Destinations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Destination, Navigation . . . . . . . . . . 65 Installing the DVD Map Disc . . . . . 43Alpha-Numeric Keyboard . . . . . . . . 43 Devices, Auxiliary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3AM-FM Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64Audio Book . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Driving on a Route . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51Audio Players DVD Map Disc Messages . . . . . . . 45 L CD/DVD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 DVD Menu Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Language — English/Metric . . . . . . 9Auto Reroute . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 DVD/CD Player . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Limit Features While Driving . . . . . . 9Auxiliary Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 E M C Edit Address Book . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Map Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45Canadian Vehicle Owners Ejecting the DVD Map Disc . . . . . . 44 Map Coverage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 (Propriétaires des Véhicules Map Database Information . . . . . . . 56 Map Scales . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Canadiens) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 F Maps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43Canceling Guidance . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Finding a Station . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15CD DVD Player . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 NCD/DVD Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 G Nav (Navigation) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53Cleaning the Display Screen . . . . . 14 Getting Started on Your Route . . . 74 NavigationControl Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Global Positioning Destination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 System (GPS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Guidance Volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Using the System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
    • i-2 INDEX O Rear Seat U Entertainment (RSE) . . . . . . . . . . . 28Off-Road Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 USB Host Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Route Preference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54OnStar® Destination USB Music Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Download . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 USB Supported Devices . . . . . . . . . 33Ordering S Using an MP3 CD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Map DVDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 Satellite Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Using OnStar® DestinationOverview, Infotainment System . . . 5 Scrolling the Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Download . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 Setting the Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . 10, 65 Using Your Stored Preset P Setting the Search Area, Destinations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Entering an Address andPlaying a DVD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Point of Interest, and Storing VPlaying an Audio CD . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Preset Destinations . . . . . . . . . . . . 10Playing from an iPod® . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Vehicle Positioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 Sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53Playing from USB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Voice Prompt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Sound Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17Playing the Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Voice Recognition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 Storing Radio StationProblems with Route Voice Recognition Commands . . . 82 Presets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10, 17 Guidance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 Symbols, Navigation . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 System Needs Service, If . . . . . . . . 80 X R XM NavTraffic™ (USA andRadio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Canada) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57Radio Data System (RDS) . . . . . . . 21 T XM™ Satellite Radio Service . . . . 21 Touch-Sensitive ScreenRadio Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42Radios Traveling Across Regions . . . . . . . 52 AM-FM Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 CD/DVD Player . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Satellite . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21