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2010 Chevrolet Corvette Navigation Owners Manual Brenengen In Sparta And West Salem Wi
 

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2010 Chevrolet Corvette Owner's Manual provided by Brenengen Chevrolet in West Salem, WI and Brenengen Chevrolet Buick Pontiac in Sparta, WI. Find the 2010 Chevrolet Corvette for sale in Sparta, WI ...

2010 Chevrolet Corvette Owner's Manual provided by Brenengen Chevrolet in West Salem, WI and Brenengen Chevrolet Buick Pontiac in Sparta, WI. Find the 2010 Chevrolet Corvette for sale in Sparta, WI at (888) 655-9556 or West Salem, Wi at (800) 944-5705.

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    2010 Chevrolet Corvette Navigation Owners Manual Brenengen In Sparta And West Salem Wi 2010 Chevrolet Corvette Navigation Owners Manual Brenengen In Sparta And West Salem Wi Presentation Transcript

    • 2010 Chevrolet Corvette Navigation System M Infotainment System ......... 3 Route Options .............. 60 Maps .......................... 66 Introduction ...................... 3 Navigation Symbols ....... 68 Overview ....................... 4 Navigation Menu ........... 73 Radio ............................. 13 Global Positioning System (GPS) ......... 73 AM-FM Radio ............... 13 Vehicle Positioning ........ 74 Satellite Radio .............. 21 Problems with Route Audio Players ................ 23 Guidance ................ 75 CD Player ................... 23 If the System Needs Service .................. 75 Navigation ...................... 30 Ordering Map DVDs ...... 76 Using the Navigation Database Coverage System .................. 30 Explanations ........... 76 Enter Destination .......... 32 Stored Locations ........... 46 Voice Recognition .......... 76 Navigation Set Up ........ 55 Index .................................. i-1
    • Infotainment System 3 Introduction The information in this manual supplements the owner manual. Canadian Vehicle Owners (Propriétaires des Véhicules This manual describes features that Canadiens) may or may not be on your specific A French language copy of this vehicle either because they are manual can be obtained from your options that you did not purchase or dealer/retailer or from: due to changes subsequent to the printing of this owner manual. Please On peut obtenir un exemplaire de GENERAL MOTORS, GM, the refer to the purchase documentation ce guide en français auprès du GM Emblem, CHEVROLET, the relating to your specific vehicle to concessionnaire ou à l’adresse CHEVROLET Emblem, the name confirm each of the features found suivante: CORVETTE, and the CORVETTE on your vehicle. For vehicles first Helm, Incorporated Emblems are registered trademarks sold in Canada, substitute the name P.O. Box 07130 of General Motors Corporation. “General Motors of Canada Limited” Detroit, MI 48207 for Chevrolet Motor Division 1-800-551-4123 wherever it appears in this manual. Numéro de poste 6438 de langue Keep this manual with the owner française manual in the vehicle, so it will www.helminc.com be there if it is needed. If the vehicle is sold, leave this manual in the Dolby® is manufactured under vehicle. license from Dolby® Laboratories. Dolby® and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby® Laboratories. Litho in U.S.A. © Part No. 25971787 A First Printing 2009 General Motors Corporation. All Rights Reserved.
    • 4 Infotainment System Overview All functions are available when the Read this manual thoroughly to vehicle is parked. Do the following { WARNING before driving: become familiar with how the Taking your eyes off the road too navigation system operates. • Become familiar with the long or too often while using the navigation system operation, The navigation system includes navigation system could cause a hard keys on the faceplate, and navigation and audio functions. crash resulting in injury or death touch-sensitive screen buttons of the navigation system. to you or others. Focus your While entering the vehicle or when attention on driving. turning the vehicle off, some • Set up the audio by presetting DVD Map Disc noise is normal. favorite stations, setting the tone, and adjusting the speakers. Keeping your eyes on the road and { WARNING your mind on the drive is important • Set up the navigation features for safe driving. The navigation before beginning driving, such Avoid looking too long or too system has built-in features intended as entering an address or a often at the moving map on the to help keep your eyes on the road preset destination. navigation screen. This could and mind on the drive. Some • Set up your phone numbers in cause a crash and you or others features may be disabled while advance so they can be called can be injured or killed. Use the driving. Note that these functions will easily with the press of a turn-by-turn voice guidance be grayed-out. A grayed-out function single button or a single voice directions whenever possible. indicates it is not available when the command (for navigation systems vehicle is moving. equipped with phone capability).
    • Infotainment System 5 Use the navigation system to: When the navigation system is • Some system controls cannot • Plan a route. turned on, a screen may appear be used the when vehicle with the information below, and you is moving. • Select a destination using must read and acknowledge the various methods and choices. information it contains. After you acknowledge the start up information you will be able to • Follow turn-by-turn route and access the NAV (navigation) and map guidance with voice { WARNING DEST (destination) functions. prompts, only if permitted by Once accessed, you can enter or traffic laws, controls, and Taking your eyes off the road for delete information in the navigation conditions. extended periods could cause a system or access other functions. You should always be alert and crash resulting in injury or death See instructions later in this section. obey traffic and roadway laws and to you or others. instructions, regardless of the guidance from the navigation To help avoid a crash in which you system. Because the navigation or others could be killed: system uses street map information • Always concentrate on your that does not include all traffic driving first by keeping your eyes restrictions or the latest road and mind on the road, and changes, it may suggest using a road your hands on the wheel. that is now closed for construction or a turn that is prohibited by signs at • Follow system directions only if the intersection. Because the system permitted by traffic laws, uses limited information, you must controls, and conditions. always evaluate whether following • Before using this system, read the system’s directions is safe and the owner’s manual and learn Every fifty times the vehicle is legal for the current conditions. how it operates. started and the navigation system is turned on, the Caution screen appears.
    • 6 Infotainment System After reading the caution, select OK to load the map DVD information. If OK is not selected, all hard keys except for NAV (Navigation) and DEST (Destination) can be accessed. You can also press the NAV hard key to have this Caution screen appear. When getting started, set the navigation system to your preference or delete information you may have entered using various options. A. g (Voice Recognition) Key. C. NAV (Navigation) Key. See See “Hard Keys” under Using “Hard Keys” under Using the Navigation System on the Navigation System on page 30 for more information. page 30 for more information. B. SRCE (Source) Key. See “Hard D. e / z (Audio/Screen Adjust) Keys” under Using the Navigation Key. See “Hard Keys” under System on page 30 for more Using the Navigation System on information. page 30 for more information.
    • Infotainment System 7 E. Q O SEEK R (Seek/Tune) Language Storing Radio Station Presets Key. See “Hard Keys” under To change the language of the To set preset radio stations: Using the Navigation System on prompts that appear on the page 30 for more information. 1. Press the power/volume knob to navigation screens, see “DIC turn the system on. F. Power Volume Knob. See “Hard Operation and Displays” in the Index Keys” under Using the Navigation of the vehicle’s owner manual. 2. Press the SRCE hard key and System on page 30 for more select the desired band (AM, information. Deleting Personal Information FM1, FM2, XM1, or XM2 This navigation system can (if equipped)). G. X DVD (DVD Map Database record and store destinations. 3. Use the TUNE/SEEK arrows to Eject) Key. See “Installing the You may want to delete stored tune to the desired station. Map DVD” under Maps on destinations when the vehicle is 4. Press and hold one of the page 66 for more information. sold or the lease has expired. Refer six preset screen buttons, at the H. X B (CD Eject) Key. See “CD to the following sections to delete bottom of the screen, until a beep Player’’ on page 23 for more the destination information that is heard or the station is displayed information. has been stored. on the selected preset button. I. CD Slot See “Memory Points”, “Home”, 5. Repeat the steps for each preset. J. DVD Map Database Slot “Previous Destination” and “Preset Destinations”, under Stored See “Preset Station Menu” under K. Navigation System Screen AM-FM Radio on page 13 or Locations on page 46 for deleting L. X (Open/Close Faceplate) Key. stored destinations. Satellite Radio on page 21 for more See “Hard Keys” under Using information. the Navigation System on page 30 for more information.
    • 8 Infotainment System Setting the Clock Setting the Region, Entering 6. Press the MENU screen button. an Address and Point of To set the time: 7. Press the < Enter Destination Interest, and Storing a Home 1. Press the power/volume knob to Destination and Preset screen button. turn the system on. Destinations 8. Press the Region screen button. 2. Press and hold the time display Before entering an Address, 9. Select the correct numbered in the upper right corner of any Point of Interest, Home, or Preset region screen button that screen. Destination, select the correct region contains your final destination. 3. Select the 12H or 24H screen that contains the final destination. The system returns to the Enter button to display the time in The vehicle must be stopped to do Destination menu. See Enter standard or military time. this operation. Destination on page 32 for more 4. Press and hold the Hour and Setting the Region information. Min. (minute) arrow buttons Entering an Address to increase or to decrease To set the region: the time. 1. If the radio is already on with a To set a destination by entering a map disc inserted, skip to Step 5. street address: 5. Select the correct time zone screen button. 2. Press the power/volume knob to 1. If the radio is already on with a turn the system on. map disc inserted, skip to Step 5. 6. Select the Daylight Saving Time screen button, if necessary. 3. Insert the DVD map disc. See 2. Press the power/volume knob to “Installing the Map DVD” under turn the system on. The radio uses the GPS satellite to Maps on page 66 for more 3. Insert the DVD map disc. See set the time. The vehicle needs information. “Installing the Map DVD” under to be in an open area to receive the signal. See “Clock” under AM-FM 4. A notice may appear. Touch the Maps on page 66 for more Radio on page 13 for more Agree screen button to proceed. information. information. 5. Press the NAV hard key. 4. A notice may appear. Touch the Agree screen button to proceed.
    • Infotainment System 9 5. Press the NAV hard key. 11. If there is more than one city, the Entering a Point of Interest (POI) 6. Press the MENU screen button. system displays the list of cities To set a destination by entering that have a street with that a Point of Interest (POI): 7. Press the < Enter Destination name. Select a city from the list screen button. Verify that the or select the Input Name screen 1. If the radio is already on with a selected Region is correct. button to enter the city name. map disc inserted, skip to Step 5. 12. Enter the house number using 2. Press the power/volume knob to 8. Press the 2 Address screen turn the system on. button. the numeric keypad on the screen and touch the OK screen 3. Insert the DVD map disc. See 9. Enter the street name using the button. “Installing the Map DVD” under alpha keypad on the screen. Maps on page 66 for more A map screen appears with the Do not enter street direction (ie N, destination marked. information. S.E., or W) information or type of 13. Select the h (destination) 4. A notice may appear. Touch the street (ie road, lane, or court) to symbol screen button. Agree screen button to proceed. the address. Use the space symbol screen button (U) 14. Select the Guide screen button. 5. Press the NAV hard key. between street or city names. 15. Once driving begins, an 6. Press the MENU screen button. For example, the street name N. Royal Oak Rd. should be audio prompt “Proceed to 7. Press the < Enter Destination the highlighted route” is heard. screen button. Verify that the entered as royalUoak. Use the The vehicle is now in route selected Region is correct. backspace (V) screen button if guidance mode. an incorrect character has been 8. Press the K Point of Interest See “Address” under Enter entered. screen button. Destination on page 32 for more 10. Select the type of street information. (Dr., Ln., St., etc.) if it applies, from the list.
    • 10 Infotainment System 9. Enter the specific title of the See “Point of Interest (POI)” under 11. Press the OK screen button. POI in the Name space Enter Destination on page 32 A map screen appears with (i.e. Washington Monument) for more information. the destination marked. using the alpha keypad on the screen. Storing a Home Destination 12. Press the OK screen button. 10. Select the POI from the list. 1. If the radio is already on with a 13. Press the back arrow screen map disc inserted, skip to Step 5. button. 11. If there is more than one city, the system displays the list of cities 2. Press the power/volume knob to The L Home icon is highlighted that have a street with that turn the system on. on the Enter Destination name. Select a city from the list 3. Insert the DVD map disc. See screen. See “Using Your Home or select the Input Name screen “Installing the Map DVD” under or Preset Destinations” later button to input the city name. Maps on page 66 for more in this section for more A map screen appears with the information. information. destination marked. 4. A notice may appear. Touch the Storing a Preset Destination Agree screen button to proceed. 12. Select the h (destination) 1. If the radio is already on with a symbol screen button. 5. Press the NAV hard key. map disc inserted, skip to Step 5. 13. Select the Guide screen button. 6. Press the MENU screen button. 2. Press the power/volume knob to turn the system on. 14. Once driving begins an audio 7. Press the N Stored Locations prompt “Proceed to the screen button. 3. Insert the DVD map disc. See highlighted route” is heard. “Installing the Map DVD” under The vehicle is now in route 8. Press the L Home screen button. Maps on page 66 for more guidance mode. 9. Press the Add screen button. information. Using the Category or City 10. Press the Address screen 4. A notice may appear. Touch the selections to help find the POI button and enter all address Agree screen button to proceed. by limiting the search options. information. 5. Press the NAV hard key.
    • Infotainment System 11 6. Press the MENU screen button. Using Your Home or Preset 9. Select the h (destination) 7. Press the N Stored Locations Destinations symbol screen button. screen button. These destinations are available for 10. Select the Guide screen button. selection while driving. 8. Press the & Previous Dest. 11. Once driving begins an audio screen button. 1. If the radio is already on with a prompt “Proceed to the map disc inserted, skip to Step 5. highlighted route” is heard. 9. Press the Add screen button, The vehicle is now in route then select the numbered 2. Press the power/volume knob to turn the system on. guidance mode. preset button for the destination to appear as. 3. Insert the DVD map disc. See Canceling Guidance 10. Press the Address screen “Installing the Map DVD” under Guidance is canceled once you button and enter all address Maps on page 66 for more arrive at the final destination. information. information. To cancel guidance prior to arrival 11. Press the OK screen button. 4. A notice may appear. Touch the at the final destination: Agree screen button to proceed. A map screen appears with 1. Press the NAV hard key to the destination marked. 5. Press the NAV hard key. access the map screen. 12. Press the OK screen button. 6. Press the MENU screen button. 2. Press the MENU screen button on the map screen. 13. Press the back arrow screen 7. Press the < Enter Destination button. screen button. 3. Press the E Route Options The numbered preset screen button. 8. Select the L(Home symbol) or destination is highlighted on one of the available preset 4. Press the Cancel Guidance the Enter Destination screen. destination symbols. A map screen button. See “Using Your Home or Preset screen appears with the Destinations” next in this section 5. Press the Yes screen button to destination marked. confirm cancellation. for more information.
    • 12 Infotainment System Stored Locations 7. Press the Delete screen button. 7. Press the Delete screen button, 8. A confirmation pop-up screen then select the way point or the Once a destination has been stored, appears: select Yes to delete; numbered preset button to delete. the address information can then be edited and deleted. See Stored select No to cancel the operation. 8. A confirmation pop-up screen Locations on page 46 for more appears: select Yes to delete; To delete a waypoint or a stored information on other features that select No to cancel the operation. preset destination: can be stored, edited, and deleted. 1. Press the power/volume knob to Guidance Volume To delete the stored home turn the system on. destination: To adjust the volume of voice 2. Insert the DVD map disc. See guidance prompts: 1. Press the power/volume knob to “Installing the Map DVD” under turn the system on. 1. Press the NAV hard key to Maps on page 66 for more access the map screen. 2. Insert the DVD map disc. See information. “Installing the Map DVD” under 2. Press the MENU screen button 3. A notice may appear. Touch the on the map screen. Maps on page 66 for more Agree screen button to proceed. information. 3. Press the I Navigation Set If the radio is already on with 3. A notice may appear. Touch the a map disc inserted, press Up screen button. Agree screen button to proceed. the NAV hard key. 4. Press the > Guidance Volume If the radio is already on with 4. Press the MENU screen button. screen button. a map disc inserted, press the NAV hard key. 5. Press the N Stored Locations 5. Select the desired volume or screen button. select Off. The system plays 4. Press the MENU screen button. back the new volume level. 5. Press the N Stored Locations 6. Press the $ Dest. & Way Pt. or See “Guidance Volume” under screen button. the & Previous Dest. screen Navigation Set Up on page 55 for button. more information. 6. Press the L Home screen button.
    • Infotainment System 13 Cleaning the Display Radio Notice: The chime signals related to safety belts, parking brake, and If the panel or the display is stained, other functions of the vehicle wipe it with a dry, soft cloth. AM-FM Radio operate through the navigation Notice: If you use abrasive Notice: Before adding any sound system. If that equipment is cleaners when cleaning glass equipment to the vehicle, such replaced or additional equipment surfaces, you could scratch as an audio system, CD player, is added to the vehicle, the chimes the glass. When cleaning the CB radio, mobile telephone, or may not work. Make sure that glass, use only a soft cloth and two-way radio, make sure that it replacement or additional do not spray cleaner directly can be added by checking with equipment is compatible with on the system. your dealer/retailer. Also, check the vehicle before installing it. federal rules covering mobile See “Accessories and Do not apply spray cleaner directly Modifications” in the Index to the system, the cleaner could radio and telephone units. If sound equipment can be added, of the vehicle’s owner manual. affect the mechanical parts. it is very important to do it Your vehicle has a feature called Do not wipe the panel with a hard properly. Added sound equipment Retained Accessory Power (RAP). cloth or use a liquid that could ignite, can interfere with the operation RAP lets the audio system play such as thinner or alcohol, it of the vehicle’s engine, radio, or after the ignition is turned off. could scratch the surface or erase other systems, and even damage See “Retained Accessory Power the characters. them. The vehicle’s systems can (RAP)” in the Index of your vehicle’s interfere with the operation of owner manual for more information. sound equipment that has been added. The audio system operates using the navigation system menus.
    • 14 Infotainment System Playing the Radio When turned ON, AudioPilot continuously adjusts the audio Power/Volume Knob: Press to system equalization to compensate turn the audio system on and for background noise, so that your off. Turn to increase or decrease music always sounds the same at the volume to the audio system. the set volume level. ¦O SEEK ¥: This feature works best at lower • Press and hold the up or down volume settings where background arrow until a beep is heard to noise may mask the audio. At higher go to the next or previous station volume settings, where the audio is and stay there. much louder than the noise, there may be little or no change in the • Press and hold either arrow to audio level. For additional perform a fast seek. Automatic Volume Control (AVC): information on AudioPilot, visit The audio system adjusts SRCE (Source): Press to display www.bose.com/audiopilot. automatically with AVC to make up the main audio screen. for road and wind noise while driving. To use this feature, set the volume to The volume increases as vehicle the desired level and then touch the Audio Adjust Screen speed increases. ON screen button. To turn it off, e / z (Audio/Adjust Screen): To use AVC, set the volume to the select the OFF screen button. Press to view the audio and screen desired level and then touch the ON Preset selection: This feature settings. screen button. To turn AVC off, programs local presets that select the OFF screen button. are recalled by touching HOME. If your vehicle is equipped with a Bose® sound system, it includes Bose® AudioPilot® noise compensation technology.
    • Infotainment System 15 Presets can also be programmed Clock The following time options can be while traveling to another area and Touch the clock symbol at the bottom adjusted from this menu: can be stored under the AWAY of the audio/adjust screen or touch Hour/Min.: setting. See “Preset Station Menu” and hold the time display in the later in this section for more • Touch the up or down arrows to upper right corner of any menu to information. increase or decrease the hour access the CLOCK ADJUST menu. or minutes. Touching the time display also displays the date on the status bar • Touch and hold either arrow to at the top of the screen. advance quickly. 12H/24H: Touch 12H to display the time in standard time, or 24H to display the time in military time. GPS TIME: The current GPS time is displayed to the right of this button. Touch GPS TIME to set the navigation system’s time to match current GPS time. Daylight Saving Time: Touch this Color Scheme: Select this feature screen button to increase the time to change the color of audio and setting by one hour, then touch GPS navigation screens. Touch any TIME to save the new setting. If the of the color options to view screen button is light blue, the the different backgrounds. Color daylight savings time feature is on. option 1 is the default option. If the screen button is dark blue, the daylight savings time feature is off.
    • 16 Infotainment System TIME ZONE: The selected time Screen Adjust ! (Brightness): Touch the plus (+) zone appears to the right of this To adjust the contrast or brightness or minus (−) to adjust the brightness. screen button. Touch TIME ZONE to of the screen, touch SCREEN Touch OK to confirm the change. toggle through the available time ADJUST at the bottom of the zones until the desired time zone is AUTO: This setting automatically audio/adjust screen. highlighted. The time of the selected adjusts the contrast and brightness zone is displayed to the right of GPS of the screen based on outside TIME. To set the system clock to the lighting conditions. new setting, touch GPS TIME. DAY: This setting leaves the If the system is not receiving GPS screen in day mode which, is best information, the time can still be set suited for daylight conditions. manually as described above, but GPS time and Daylight Saving Time NIGHT: This setting leaves the features are not available. screen in night mode which, is best suited for nighttime conditions. Touch the back screen button to go back to the previous menu. SCREEN OFF: Touch SCREEN OFF to turn off the screen. Press the The following screen options can NAV, SRCE, or e/z (audio adjust) adjusted from this menu: hard key to turn the screen back on. OK: Touch OK to save the changes K (Contrast): Touch the plus (+) and exit this menu. or minus (−) to adjust the contrast. The screen changes. Touch OK SOUND: Touch SOUND to access to confirm the change. the SOUND menu. See “Sound Menu” later in this section for more information.
    • Infotainment System 17 Finding a Station home and for away (XM™ does not SCAN: have the home and away feature). • Touch to scan stations. The radio Press the SRCE hard key to display To store presets: goes to a station, plays for a few the operation screen of the current audio source. Each operation screen 1. Turn the audio system on. seconds, then goes to the has an audio source screen button, 2. Press the SRCE hard key. next station. (AM, FM1, FM2, XM1, XM2, if • Touch SCAN again to stop equipped, and CD). Touch the 3. Touch AM, FM1, FM2, XM1, or XM2, if equipped, to display the scanning. desired audio source to select it. desired source. The preset • Touch and hold SCAN for station menu appears. two seconds to scan preset 4. Tune to the desired station by stations. It will only scan using the TUNE/SEEK arrows. the audio source it is in, with the exception of FM 1 and FM 2, 5. Touch SOUND to set the bass, which will both be scanned if mid-range, treble, and Auto in that source. Tone Control (ATC) for the preset, if desired. See “Sound • Touch SCAN again to stop Menu” later in this section scanning. for more information. RDS (Radio Data System): See 6. Touch and hold one of the six “Radio Data System (RDS)” later in numbered preset screen buttons this section for more information. for more than two seconds until a Info (Information): See “Radio Preset Station Menu beep is heard. Data System (RDS)” later in Up to 30 stations, 6 AM, 6 FM1, 7. Repeat the steps for each preset this section for more information. 6 FM2, 6 XM1, and 6 XM2, if and source. equipped, can be programmed for
    • 18 Infotainment System AutoSet: After adjustments are made, touch 1. Touch this screen button to the back screen button to go replace currently stored preset back to the preset station menu. stations with the strongest Whenever the back screen button stations available in the is touched, the previously stored immediate area. information that was entered for each preset station is recalled. 2. Touch it again to return to the original preset stations. Adjusting the Speakers SOUND: See “Sound Menu” following in this section for more information. Sound Menu To adjust sound settings: Touch SOUND at the bottom of the • Touch the plus (+) or minus (−) main audio screen or source menu to signs to adjust treble, mid-range, change the tone, ATC, fade, and and bass, if in the Manual balance for all sources. The audio mode of ATC. system has a separate setting for • Touch the L (left) or R (right) to these features for each source adjust the balance of the preset. However, the audio system speakers. keeps one fade and one balance setting for all audio sources. • Touch the F (front) or R (Rear) to ATC (Auto Tone Control): The adjust the fade of the speakers. ATC feature is used to provide • Touch the ATC screen button to a choice of six different listening experiences. ATC can be used while adjust the ATC setting. See listening to the audio system or “Adjusting the Speakers” later in the CD player. this section for more information.
    • Infotainment System 19 The audio system can store RDS (Radio Data System): Touch TA (Traffic Announcement): Touch separate ATC settings for each RDS to use alternate RDS functions TA to receive traffic announcements. source and preset station. located in the preset menu. After TA displays if the current station touching RDS, quickly choose RDS broadcasts traffic announcements. To save ATC settings for your ON/OFF, TA, INFO, PTY, or Select If the current station does not preset stations, use the SOUND PTY. If a selection is not made, the broadcast traffic announcements, the menu and touch ATC. See “Preset system returns to the previous menu. audio system seeks to a station that Stations” earlier in this section does and stops. If no station is found, for more information. If tuned to a station broadcasting TA turns off. RDS information, the station’s Radio Data System (RDS) Program Service (PS) and Program While a traffic announcement plays, The audio system has a Radio Data Type (PTY) replaces the station’s the audio system uses TA volume. System (RDS). RDS features are frequency on the status line at To increase TA volume, use the available for use only on FM stations the top of the display. After about VOL up or down buttons during that broadcast RDS information. five seconds, if available, the PTY the announcement. See “Voice With RDS, the radio can do is replaced on the display by the Guidance Volume Settings” under the following: station’s PTY name. The PTY and Navigation Set Up on page 55 for PTY name can be the same or more information. • Seek to stations broadcasting the different. selected type of programming When a traffic announcement comes If the audio system is tuned to a on the current radio station, it can be • Receive announcements station that is not broadcasting RDS concerning local and national heard even if the volume is muted or information, the station’s frequency a CD is playing. If the CD player was emergencies remains on the display. being used, the CD stays in the • Display messages from radio player and resumes play at the point The RDS feature relies upon stations where it stopped. receiving specific information from • Seek to stations with traffic RDS stations. These features Touch RDS followed by TA again to announcements only work when RDS information turn TA off. is available.
    • 20 Infotainment System INFO (Information): When RDS Select PTY (Select Program Type): 3. Touch RDS ON/OFF to turn is on, if the current station has a With RDS and PTY on, touch RDS, RDS on. message, INFO displays. Touch then Select PTY. The PTY menu 4. Touch PTY. INFO from the preset menu to appears. Use the up and down view the message. If the whole arrows to select a PTY. 5. Touch Select PTY and select the message does not display, parts desired PTY from the list. of the message appears every When the PTY display is on, press TUNE/SEEK or SCAN to find radio 6. Touch and hold one of the three seconds until the message six presets for more than is completed. Once the complete stations of the PTY selected. The last PTY selected is used for seek and two seconds until a beep is heard. message has been displayed, INFO When you touch that numbered disappears from the display until scan modes. If a station with the selected PTY is not found, STATION preset for less than two seconds, another new message is received. the set PTY returns. INFO remains available so that the NOT FOUND displays. If both PTY entire message an be displayed and TA are on, the audio system 7. Repeat the steps for each again. searches for stations with traffic preset. announcements and the Touch the stored PTY preset station PTY (Program Type): PTY only selected PTY. for less than two seconds to recall it. seeks stations with certain program PTY (Program Type) Presets: The Then use TUNE/SEEK or SCAN to types. This button is used to turn six presets let you return to your locate a station for that PTY on and off Program Type (PTY) favorite PTYs. These presets selection. features. have factory PTY preset stations. ALERT: This type of announcement With RDS on, touch RDS, followed See “RDS Program Type (PTY) warns of national or local by PTY. The PTY display turns on. Selections” later in this section. emergencies and cannot be turned Touch RDS followed by this button Up to 12 PTYs, 6 FM1 and 6 FM2 off. ALERT displays while an alert again to turn the PTY display off. can be set. To save a PTY preset: announcement plays. The audio 1. Touch FM1 or FM2. system uses TA volume during 2. Touch RDS to enter the these announcements. RDS menu.
    • Infotainment System 21 To increase volume, use the VOL enter the vehicle. The number on Satellite Radio up and down buttons during the the back of the RKE transmitter announcement. See “Voice corresponds to driver 1 or to driver 2. Playing the Radio Guidance Volume Settings” under The audio system can store HOME Power/Volume Knob: Press to Navigation Set Up on page 55 for and AWAY preset stations. HOME turn the audio system on and more information. When an alert and AWAY preset stations allow off. Turn to increase or decrease announcement comes on the tuned the use of one set of preset radio the volume to the audio system. radio station it will be heard even settings in a local area, and another if the volume is muted or a CD ¦O SEEK ¥: set that are not in the local broadcast is playing. If the CD player is area. This eliminates the need to • Press and hold the up or down playing, the player stops for the reprogram preset stations while arrow until a beep is heard to announcement and resumes when travelling out of the area. go to the next or previous station the announcement is finished. To select HOME and AWAY preset and stay there. Home and Away Preset stations: • Press and hold either arrow to Stations perform a fast seek. 1. Touch the Audio hard key to If the vehicle has this feature, the enter the audio screen. SRCE (Source): Press to display audio system settings that were 2. Touch the HOME or AWAY the main audio screen. adjusted the last time the vehicle was operated can be recalled. button. This feature allows two different The next time the audio system is drivers to store and recall their own turned on, the system recalls the audio system settings. The adjusted last active preset selection. settings are recalled by the audio If the vehicle loses battery power, system and are determined by which the local preset stations do not have Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) to be reset. However, the non-local transmitter (1 or 2) that was used to preset stations must be reset.
    • 22 Infotainment System Finding a Station home and for away (XM™ does not XM™ Satellite Radio Service have the home and away feature). Press the SRCE hard key to display XM™ is a satellite radio service To store presets: the operation screen of the current that is based in the 48 contiguous audio source. Each operation screen 1. Turn the audio system on. United States and 10 Canadian has an audio source screen button, 2. Press the SRCE hard key. provinces. XM Satellite Radio (AM, FM1, FM2, XM1, XM2, if has a wide variety of programming equipped, and CD). Touch the 3. Touch AM, FM1, FM2, XM1, or and commercial-free music, desired audio source to select it. XM2, if equipped, to display the coast-to-coast, and in digital-quality desired source. The preset sound. During your trial or when you station menu appears. subscribe, you will get unlimited 4. Tune to the desired station by access to XM Radio Online for when using the TUNE/SEEK arrows. you are not in the vehicle. A service fee is required to receive the XM 5. Touch SOUND to set the bass, service. For more information, mid-range, treble, and Auto contact XM at www.xmradio.com Tone Control (ATC) for the or call 1-800-929-2100 in the U.S. preset, if desired. See “Sound and www.xmradio.ca or call Menu” under AM-FM Radio 1-877-438-9677 in Canada. on page 13 for more information. 6. Touch and hold one of the six INFO (Information): Touch INFO numbered preset screen buttons while in XM™ mode to retrieve for more than two seconds until a various pieces of information related Preset Station Menu beep is heard. to the current song or channel. By touching INFO, four different Up to 30 stations, 6 AM, 6 FM1, 7. Repeat the steps for each preset categories of information can be 6 FM2, 6 XM1, and 6 XM2, if and source. retrieved that cycle through: Artist equipped, can be programmed for Name/Feature, Song/Program Title, Channel Category, and other
    • Infotainment System 23 Additional Information that may be broadcast on that channel. Additional Audio Players Playing a CD Once a music CD is loaded, the Information messages may only be available at certain times or on CD Player CD player menu displays. certain programs. If an Additional To load/eject a music CD, do the If the ignition or radio is turned off Information message is being following: while a CD is in the player, it stays in broadcast on the tuned channel, the player. When the ignition or radio 1. Turn the ignition on. INFO displays. is turned on, the CD starts to play 2. Press the faceplate tilt hard key. where it stopped, if it was the last Each of the four information types This opens the faceplate of the selected audio source. may have multiple pages of text. system. To reach a category, touch INFO As each new track starts to play, once and wait until the desired type 3. Press the eject hard key with the the track number displays. displays. If there are multiple pages CD symbol. If a CD is already of text for the information selected loaded, the CD ejects from The CD player can play the smaller type, the radio automatically displays the slot. 3 inch (8 cm) single CDs with an all the pages for that type at a rate of adapter ring. Full-size CDs and the 4. Gently remove the CD from the smaller CDs are loaded in the about one page every three seconds slot and return it to its case. before timing out and returning to the same manner. default display. 5. Insert the music CD into the slot. If playing a CD-R the sound quality The system pulls the disc into can be reduced due to CD-R quality, XM™ Radio Messages the player. the method of recording, the quality See “XM™ Radio Messages” in the 6. Press and release the faceplate of the music that has been recorded, vehicle’s owner manual” for a list tilt hard key to close the and the way the CD-R has been of possible XM messages. faceplate. handled. There can be an increase in skipping, difficulty in finding tracks, When the faceplate is opened, and/or difficulty in loading and a warning message displays as a ejecting. reminder to close the faceplate as soon as possible.
    • 24 Infotainment System If these problems occur, check the Do not add any label to a CD as it RANDOM: bottom surface of the CD. If the could get caught in the CD player. 1. Touch this button to hear the surface of the CD is damaged, such If a description label is needed, label tracks in random, rather than as cracked, broken, or scratched, the the top of the CD with a soft marker. sequential, order on the CD does not play properly. If the current CD. If an error displays, see “CD Errors” surface of the CD is soiled, see later in this section. 2. Press the TUNE/SEEK hard key “Radios” in the Index of your vehicle’s owner manual. to randomly seek through the tracks on this CD. If there is no apparent damage, try a known good CD. 3. Touch RANDOM or RANDOM DISC again to turn off Notice: If a label is added to a CD, random play. or more than one CD is inserted into the slot at a time, or an SCAN TRACKS: attempt is made to play scratched 1. Touch this button to hear the first or damaged CDs, the CD player 10 seconds of each track on the could be damaged. While using current CD. the CD player, use only CDs in 2. Touch this button again to stop good condition without any label, scanning. The CD mutes while load one CD at a time, and keep scanning. the CD player and the loading slot r (Play): Touch this button to free of foreign materials, liquids, begin playing a CD. REPEAT TRACK: Touch this and debris. button to repeat the selected track. Touch this button again to turn off repeated play. r (Rewind): Touch this button to rewind quickly through a track selection.
    • Infotainment System 25 [ (Forward): Touch this button Playing a CD Changer Load the trays from bottom to top, to fast forward quickly through placing a disc in the tray label If the vehicle has the CD changer, a track selection. side up. If a CD is loaded with the it can play up to six discs. Normal label side down, the disc does size discs may be played using the ¦O SEEK ¥: trays supplied in the magazine. not play and an error occurs. Repeat this procedure for loading up to 1. Touch the up arrow to seek to The smaller discs (8 cm) can six discs in the magazine. the next selection on the CD. be played only with specially If playing the last track of designed trays. the disc, touch the up arrow to seek to the first track of the disc. 2. If playing the first track of the disc, touch the down arrow to seek to the last track of the disc. The sound mutes while seeking. j (Pause): 1. Touch this button to pause CD play. 2. Touch it again to resume play or Once you have loaded the discs into touch the play button. the magazine, slide the CD changer The magazine must be loaded with door open. Push the magazine into CDs before one can play. Each the changer in the direction of the of the six trays holds one CD. arrow marked on top of the magazine.
    • 26 Infotainment System To eject the magazine from the player, slide the CD changer door all the way open. Press EJECT, located inside of the changer door, and the magazine ejects. Remember to keep the door closed whenever possible to keep dirt and dust from getting inside the changer. To eject CDs from the magazine, push the RELEASE switch on the bottom of the magazine. CD Changer Screen Close the door by sliding it all Press the CD hard key to access the way to the right. When the the six-disc CD changer screen. The numbered buttons, 1 through 6, door is closed, the changer begins The system’s DVD player for single represent the order of the CDs checking for discs in the magazine. CD play can also be used once the loaded in the changer. If there This continues for up to one and a map DVD is removed. See “CD/DVD are only two CDs loaded, only half minutes, depending on the Player” later in this section for more buttons 1 and 2 are available to number of discs loaded. Noise might information. choose from. be heard, but this is normal. The CD If no CD is loaded in the CD/DVD Many of the buttons described changer is initializing. Player and the CD hard key is previously in the “Playing a CD” pressed, the message “No CD section have the same function loaded” displays. as the CD changer buttons. See “Playing a CD” earlier, for button description.
    • Infotainment System 27 Some of the buttons that are REPEAT DISC: Using an MP3 specific to the CD changer are: 1. Touch this button to repeat the MP3 Format RANDOM ALL: selected CD. When creating an MP3 disc, the 1. Touch this button to hear the 2. Touch REPEAT DISC again to following is a list of guidelines. tracks, on all of the loaded turn off repeat play. If these guidelines are not followed CDs in the CD changer, in while recording a CD-R(W), the random, rather than sequential «TUNE SEEK ª: CD may not play. order. 1. Press the up arrow to seek to • ID3 tag information is displayed 2. Press the TUNE/SEEK hard key the next selection on the CD. by the radio if it is available. while RANDOM ALL is on to If playing the last track of the CD, The radio supports ID3 tag randomly seek within that CD. press the up arrow to seek to information v1.0 or v1.1. The the first track of the next CD. radio displays a filename, song 3. Touch RANDOM ALL again to 2. Press the down arrow to seek to name, artist name, album name, turn off random play. the previous selection on the CD. and directory name. SCAN DISCS: If playing the first track of the • Maximum 31 characters, 1. Touch this button to hear the first CD, press the down arrow including spaces, in a file or 10 seconds of first track on each to seek to the last track on folder name. loaded CD. the selected CD. The sound mutes while seeking. • Maximum number of folders is 2. Touch this button again to stop 500 with 500 files with a maximum scanning. The CD will mute hierarchy of eight folders. It is while scanning. recommended to keep the depth of folders to a minimum in order to keep down the complexity and confusion in trying to locate a particular folder during playback.
    • 28 Infotainment System • Create a folder structure that • Recording format mode 2 or Playing an MP3 makes it easy to find songs while mode 2XA with Romeo or Joliet driving. Organize songs by file system is not supported with albums using one folder for each this player. album. Each folder or album • All applicable Mode 1 recording should contain 18 songs or less. formats are supported. • The files can be recorded on a • MPEG 2.5 is not supported with CD-R or CD-RW with a maximum this player. File formats MPEG 1 capacity of 700MB. and MPEG 2 with all bit rates • DVD with MP3 are not playable (including variable) except less on this system. than 16kbps are supported with • The radio does not play a mixed this player. mode CD-R/RW, a disc recorded • Long files or folder names or a with both *.cda and *.mp3 files. combination of a large number of Many of the buttons described • The player supports a disc with files and folders could cause the previously in the “Playing a CD” multiple sessions, but it is not player to be unable to play up to section have the same function as required that the disc be finalized. the maximum number of files or the MP3 buttons. See “Playing It is recommended to record the folders or affect the reading speed a CD” earlier, for button description. disc all at once. and time to play.
    • Infotainment System 29 Some of the buttons that are # (Folder Up): Select this screen CD Errors specific to playing an MP3 are: button to go to the previous CD ERROR could display for the TRACK SELECT: folder. following: 1. Select this screen button to rq (Seek): • The road is too rough. The CD display the MP3 folder/file should play when the road is structure. 1. Press the up arrow to seek to the smoother. next track on a disc. If playing the 2. Use the up/down arrows to scroll last track, press the up arrow to • The CD is dirty, scratched, through the list. seek to the first track of the wet, or not loaded label 3. Select the folder or track to play. current folder. side up. Press the 4 (return) screen 2. Press the down arrow to go to • The air is very humid. If so, button to go back to the the beginning of the current wait about an hour and try main screen. track or to the previous track again. on a disc. If playing the first track, If any error occurs repeatedly or HOME: Select this screen button to press the down arrow to seek go to the Home folder. This is the if an error cannot be corrected, to the last track on the current contact your dealer/retailer. folder on the disc which contains the folder. current track that is playing. Vehicles with audio controls, have some controls that can be adjusted at the steering wheel. See “Audio Steering Wheel Controls” in the vehicle’s owner manual for more information.
    • 30 Infotainment System Navigation X B (Eject CD): Press the eject SRCE (Source): Press to access the audio source screen. See CD key next to the CD loading AM-FM Radio on page 13 or Using the Navigation slot to eject CDs. See CD Player on Satellite Radio on page 21 for more page 23 for more information. System information. This section has basic information X DVD (Eject Map Database on how to operate the navigation DVD): Press the eject DVD key next e / z (Audio/Screen Adjust): system. to the DVD loading slot to eject the Press to access the Audio Adjust and map DVD. See “Installing the Map Screen Adjust screens. See AM-FM Use the hard keys located on the DVD” under Maps on page 66 for Radio on page 13 or Satellite Radio navigation system along with the more information. on page 21 for more information. available touch screen buttons on the navigation screen to operate the Power/Volume Knob: Press to turn Q O SEEK R (Seek/Tune): system. See Overview on page 4 for the audio and navigation systems on Press the arrows to go to the next more information. and off. Turn to increase or decrease or previous radio station and the volume to the audio system. stay there, or to tune in a station. Once the vehicle is moving, some See AM-FM Radio on page 13 functions are disabled to reduce g (Voice Recognition): Press or Satellite Radio on page 21 for driver distractions. to activate the voice recognition more information. Hard Keys system. See Voice Recognition on page 76 for more information. The following hard keys are located on the navigation system: NAV (Navigation): Press to access the map screen. If this key is pressed X (Open/Close Faceplate): Press when a map screen is displayed and this key located at the bottom of while in route guidance, the system the Navigation Screen to open repeats the last voice command. or close the faceplate.
    • Infotainment System 31 Alpha-Numeric Keypad To make name selections easier, Keyless Access System the system only lets you select Letters of the alphabet, symbols, When the vehicle is started, Driver 1 a character which can follow the last punctuation, and numbers are or Driver 2 displays on the Driver one entered. For example, if a Z displayed on the navigation screen Information Center (DIC). The is entered, a T is not be available to as an alpha or numeric keypad. number on the back of the RKE select. The system highlights the The alpha keypad displays when transmitter corresponds to driver 1 available characters. a city or street name needs to or driver 2. The navigation system be entered. Touch the Sym. If a name does not display after it is can store memory points, audio (symbol) screen button at the bottom entered, it may need to be entered presets, system settings, and last of the alpha keypad to access the differently, the map DVD database know audio mode for driver 1 and numeric keypad when entering a may not contain that information, driver 2 individually. See “Vehicle house address, punctuation mark, or or the correct search area has Personalization” in the index of your other character. Touch A - Z to return not been selected. See Database vehicle’s owner manual for more to the alpha keypad. Coverage Explanations on page 76 information. for more information. All characters are touch-sensitive screen buttons. Touch a character to Touch-Sensitive Buttons select it. Touch-sensitive buttons are located U (Space): Touch to enter a on the screen. When a screen button space between characters or has been selected, a beep sounds. the words of a name. These buttons are highlighted when a feature is available. There are also V (Back space): Touch if an some toggle screen buttons that are incorrect character has been light in color when active. selected.
    • 32 Infotainment System Enter Destination Press the < Enter Destination screen button to access the ENTER DESTINATION screen. From this screen, several options are available to plan a route by entering destination points. Once a destination entry is complete, regardless of which method used, a map screen with the destination previewed displays. • Change route preferences, Region 1. Touch the Region screen button route options, map appearances, from the ENTER DESTINATION or add a waypoint at this time. The ENTER DESTINATION screen screen to see a list of states displays a map of the United States included in the highlighted region, • Set the destination without and a part of Canada divided into making any further changes. or to change the region. The 11 regions. SEARCH AREA screen displays. See “Getting Started on Your Route” later in this section Before selecting a destination entry 2. Touch the numbered screen for more information on your method, review the search area map button to the left of the search choices once a destination has to make sure your destination is area map that corresponds with been entered. located in the highlighted region. the numbered region you wish to select or to view a list of This menu has two pages. To view states included in that region. the second page, press the 1/2 arrow button.
    • Infotainment System 33 3. Touch the down arrow to the left 2 Address: Touch this screen If there is more than one city, of the search area map to select button to access the ADDRESS the system displays the list CAN (Canada). Once the screen. Enter the address one of of cities that have a street with region has been selected, the two ways: street first or city first. that name. Select a city from the region is highlighted on the map. list or select the Input Name To enter the street name first: screen button to enter the 4. Touch the back key to return to the ENTER DESTINATION 1. Touch the Street screen button city name. screen. from the address menu and start 4. The house number screen entering the street name using displays, enter the house number Address the alpha keypad. A list of five or using the numeric keypad. The address destination entry fewer available street names automatically display. Select the 5. Once the correct house number method lets you enter an address is selected, press the OK screen by providing the system with a street List screen button at any time to view the available street names. button. name or city. The box at the end of the Street A map screen appears with the entry field contains the number of destination marked. street names available in the 6. Select the h (destination) current generated list. symbol screen button. 2. Select the desired street name with the correct designation 7. Select the Guide screen button. (Dr., Ln, St., etc.) from the list. See “Getting Started on Your Route” later in this section 3. If the system determines that the for more information. street is found in only one city within the search area, that city automatically is selected.
    • 34 Infotainment System To enter the city name first: • Input City Name — The 4. Select the desired street name 1. Touch the City screen button. keypad displays for entering with the correct designation the city name. Enter the city (Dr., Ln, St., etc.) from the list. 2. Select from the choices shown name and then select the city on the city screen: Any City, 5. The house number screen from the list. displays, enter the house number 5 Nearest Cities, Input City Name, or from the Last 5 Cities used. • Last 5 Cities — The city using the numeric keypad. names of the last five cities Once the correct house number • Any City — The system that were stored as a previous is selected, a map screen requests input of a street destination displays. Select a appears with the destination name, then generate a list city from the list. marked. of all cities containing that street name. Select a city 3. The screen to input the street 6. Select the h (destination) from the list. name and house number symbol screen button. displays. Input the street name • 5 Nearest Cities — The using the alpha keypad. A list of 7. Select the Guide screen button. system displays a list of five available street names display if See “Getting Started on Your cities closest to your vehicle’s there are less than five street Route” later in this section current position. Select a city names available. Select the List for more information. from the list. screen button at any time to view the available street names. The box at the end of the Street entry field contains the number of street names available in the current generated list.
    • Infotainment System 35 Point of Interest (POI) Either enter the name of the POI 3. If the system determines that the using the alpha keypad, select a POI is found in only one city The Point of Interest (POI) category from the category list, or within the search area that city destination entry method lets you select the city by selecting the City automatically is selected. select a destination from the POI list. screen button. If there is more than one city, the To input the POI name: system displays the list of cities that have a POI with that name. 1. Use the alpha keypad to enter Select a city from the list or select the POI name. the Input Name screen button to Touch Sym. (symbol) to select input the city name. symbols and numbers for the Once all of the information is POI, touch Others to select selected, a map screen appears special characters for the POI, with the destination marked. or touch A - Z to return to the alpha keypad. 4. Select the h (destination) symbol A list of POIs appear using the screen button. information from the alpha 5. Select the Guide screen button. keypad input. A list of available K Point of Interest: Touch this See “Getting Started on Your POIs display when there are less screen button from the ENTER Route” later in this section than five POIs available. Touch DESTINATION screen to access for more information. the List screen button at any time the POINT OF INTEREST screen. to view the available POIs. This screen has three options to 2. Select the desired POI from select/input the destination. the list.
    • 36 Infotainment System 4. If the alpha keypad is displayed, To select a POI by entering a input the POI name until a list of city name: available POIs appear. 1. Select the City screen button, 5. Select the POI from the list. then select: Any City, 5 Nearest 6. If the system determines that Cities, Input City Name, or the POI is found in only one from the Last 5 Cities used. city within the search area that • Any City — The system city automatically is selected. requests input of a POI name, If there is more than one city, the then generate a list of all cities system displays the list of cities containing that POI name. that have a POI with that name. Select a city from the list. Select a city from the list or select • 5 Nearest Cities — The To select a POI from a category: the Input Name screen button to system displays a list of five 1. Touch the Category screen enter the city name. cities closest to your vehicle’s button from the POINT OF Once all of the information is current position. Select a city INTEREST screen to view selected, a map screen appears from the list. a list of POI categories. with the destination marked. • Input City Name — The 2. Select a category, and then a 7. Select the h (destination) symbol keypad displays for entering sub-category. the city name. Enter the city screen button. name and then select the city 3. The system displays available 8. Select the Guide screen button. from the list. POIs in the selected sub-category or if the list is too See “Getting Started on Your • Last 5 Cities — The city long the system displays the Route” later in this section names of the last five cities alpha keypad. for more information. that were stored as a previous destination displays. Select a city from the list.
    • Infotainment System 37 2. Use the alpha keypad to enter Map 2. Use the zoom in/out function the POI name. to view the direction of the The map destination entry method Touch Sym. (symbol) to select desired area. lets you select a destination by symbols and numbers for the scrolling on the map. 3. Pressing/holding and dragging POI, touch Others to select on the map activates fast special characters for the POI, or scrolling. Press/touch once on touch A - Z to return to the alpha the area where the current keypad. position mark should be moved. 3. A list of POIs appear using the Once the scroll symbol is on the information from the alpha keypad location, the address information input. A list of available POIs displays on the map screen. display when there are less than five POIs available. Touch the List 4. Select the h (destination) symbol screen button at any time to view screen button. the list of available POIs. 5. Select the Guide screen button. 4. Select the desired POI from See “Getting Started on Your the list. Route” later in this section A map screen appears with the I Select from Map: Touch this for more information. destination marked. screen button from the ENTER DESTINATION screen to enter the 5. Select the h (destination) map destination entry method, symbol screen button. then do the following: 6. Select the Guide screen button. 1. Touch the map for the See “Getting Started on Your desired area of the Route” later in this section destination. for more information.
    • 38 Infotainment System Emergency To use this destination entry Memory Points method, do the following: The emergency destination entry The memory points destination method allows a destination to 1. Select a category. A list of entry method allows selection of a be entered from three categories: destination(s) display with destination from a list of points Police Station, Hospital, or Dealer. the name of the destination and that have been previously stored. the distance from the vehicle’s current position. To store, edit, and delete memory points see Stored Locations on 2. Select a destination point from page 46 for more information. the list. Touch Name Sort to sort the list by name, or Dist Sort to sort the list by distance from the vehicle’s current position. After selecting a destination from the list, a map screen appears with the destination marked. 3. Select the h (destination) symbol screen button. | Emergency: Touch this 4. Select the Guide screen button. screen button from the ENTER See “Getting Started on Your DESTINATION screen to access the Route” later in this section EMERGENCY screen. The system for more information. N Memory Point: Touch displays the address, longitude, this screen button from the and latitude information of the DESTINATION ENTRY screen to vehicle’s current position. access the MEMORY POINTS screen.
    • Infotainment System 39 To use this destination entry Previous Destination To use the previous destination method: entry method: The previous destination entry 1. Select the category/folder in method lets you select a destination 1. Select a previous destination which the memory point has from a list of previous destination from the list. Use the Sort been stored. Select from points. by Name/Date function as PERSONAL, BUSINESS, necessary. Also from this menu ENTERTAINMENT, or the previous start point option MARKED POINT folders. can be selected. This option 2. Sort the list by distance, icon, is available while the vehicle is name or date stored. moving. To use the previous start point 3. Select the desired memory point. option from the PREVIOUS DEST After selecting a memory point screen, select the Previous Start from the list, a map screen Point screen button. appears with the destination marked. 2. After selecting a destination from the list, a map screen appears 4. Select the h (destination) with the destination marked. symbol screen button. h Previous Destination: Touch 3. Select the h (destination) symbol 5. Select the Guide screen button. this screen button from the ENTER screen button. See “Getting Started on Your DESTINATION screen to access 4. Select the Guide screen button. Route” later in this section the PREVIOUS DEST screen. The for more information. system stores up to 100 points that See “Getting Started on Your have been previously input. As new Route” later in this section destinations are entered, the system for more information. automatically deletes the oldest destinations and add the new entries.
    • 40 Infotainment System Intersection are less than five available. Touch Freeway Entrance/Exit the List screen button at any time The intersection destination entry The freeway entrance/exit to view the available street method allows two intersecting destination entry method lets you names. streets to be set as the destination. select a destination by entering 2. Select a street from the list, or a freeway entrance or exit point. continue to spell the street name to further reduce the number of available street names. 3. After the first street has been selected, enter the second street name. The List button may again become available. 4. Select the second street from the list, or continue to spell the street name to further reduce the number of available street names. After both streets have been ? Intersection: Touch this selected, a map screen appears = Freeway Ent (Entrance)/Exit: screen button from the ENTER with the destination marked. Touch this screen button from the DESTINATION screen to access the ENTER DESTINATION screen to INTERSECTION screen. 5. Select the h (destination) symbol screen button. access the FREEWAY ENT/EXIT To use this destination entry screen. method: 6. Select the Guide screen button. 1. Enter the first of two streets in the See “Getting Started on Your intersection. A list of available Route” later in this section street names display when there for more information.
    • Infotainment System 41 To use this destination entry Phone Number To use this destination entry method: method: 1. Input the phone number of a The phone number destination entry 1. Enter the freeway name. Use method lets you select a destination POI using the numeric keypad. abbreviations, such as I - 75, by entering a phone number. If the phone number can be found rather than spelling out Interstate. The phone number must be in the on the map DVD, a map screen The system displays a list of list of POIs that is contained on appears with the destination freeways. the map DVD for the system marked. If the phone number is to retrieve the destination. dependent on the area code, a list 2. Select a freeway from the list, and select whether you want of POIs appear to select from. an entrance point or an exit point. Once a POI is selected, a map screen appears with the Select an exit/entrance point destination marked. from the list or input the point by name. Sort the list by name 2. Select the h (destination) or by distance. symbol screen button. After selecting a point from the 3. Select the Guide screen button. list, a map screen appears See “Getting Started on Your with the destination marked. Route” later in this section 3. Select the h (destination) symbol for more information. screen button. 4. Select the Guide screen button. U Phone Number: Touch this See “Getting Started on Your screen button from the ENTER Route” later in this section DESTINATION screen to access for more information. the PHONE NUMBER screen.
    • 42 Infotainment System Coordinates To use this destination entry 5. Once both coordinates are method: entered, touch the OK screen The coordinates destination entry 1. Touch N (North) or S (South) button. method lets you select a destination by entering latitude and longitude next to LAT (latitude) to enter A map screen appears with the coordinates. the direction of the latitude destination marked. coordinate. If the coordinates are outside of 2. Input the numeric portion of the the coverage area on the map, latitude coordinate using the a message that there is no keypad. information on that location displays. 3. Touch E (East) or W (West) next to LONG (longitude) to enter 6. Select the h (destination) the direction of the longitude symbol screen button. coordinate. 7. Select the Guide screen button. 4. Input the numeric portion of the See “Getting Started on Your longitude coordinate using the Route” later in this section keypad. for more information. ) Coordinates: Touch this screen button from the ENTER DESTINATION screen to access the COORDINATES screen.
    • Infotainment System 43 Preset Destination 2. Select the h (destination) To use this destination entry symbol screen button. method: The preset destination entry method lets you set a destination by 3. Select the Guide screen button. 1. Touch the Home button from the choosing from one of five previously ENTER DESTINATION screen. See “Getting Started on Your stored destinations. Besides home, 2. The system then sets your preset Route” later in this section these are the only destinations home destination as the current for more information. available to set while the vehicle destination. To store a preset is moving. Home home destination, see Stored To store, edit, or delete a preset This feature lets you plan a route to Locations on page 46 for destination, see “Destination & Way one previously stored destination more information. Point” under Stored Locations on that you have selected as a home. A map screen appears with the page 46. If a home destination is not stored, destination marked. the home button is not available. To use this destination entry 3. Select the h (destination) method: Besides preset destinations one through five, this destination is the symbol screen button. 1. Select a preset destination only other one that can be set by 4. Select the Guide screen button. number button from the ENTER voice recognition while the vehicle is DESTINATION screen. The See “Getting Started on Your moving. Route” later in this section screen buttons are located on the bottom of the screen. To store, edit, or delete a home for more information. location, see Stored Locations on A map screen appears with the page 46 for more information. destination marked. L (Home): Touch this screen button from the ENTER DESTINATION screen to set a home destination.
    • 44 Infotainment System Getting Started on Your Route page 46 for more information about After selecting the h (destination) adding and deleting waypoints. symbol, the following screen buttons Once a destination has been entered, choose from these options: Route Preference: Touch this become available. screen button to access the ROUTE PREFERENCES screen to adjust the route preferences. The current setting is displayed in the Route Preference section of the map screen. See “Route Pref.” under Route Options on page 60 for more information. h (Destination): Touch this button Chg. (Change) Route: Touch this screen button to go to the Route to set the entered destination as it Options menu. See Route Options is, without further adjustment. on page 60 for more information. o (Waypoint): Touch this button Guide: Touch this screen button to to enter this point as a waypoint start route and voice prompt along the route. This feature lets you guidance. enter up to five stops on the way to your destination. See “Dest. Once the route preferences have & Way Pt. (Destination & Way been set, the system displays Point)” under Stored Locations on the map screen.
    • Infotainment System 45 Three Routes The routes are shown with • W (Toll Road) — Shows the The 3 routes screen gives you distance to destination and distance traveled on toll roads. a selection of selecting three estimated travel time, or select the Info screen button to access • c (Freeway Travel) — Shows different routes to get you to your the INFO FOR 3 ROUTES the distance traveled on destinations. To use the 3 routes screen. From this screen, you can freeways. option: view the following information: • b (Ferry) — Shows the 1. Select the 3 routes button on the map screen. distance traveled by ferry. • { (Time Restricted Roads) — Shows the distance traveled on time-restricted roads. 2. Select the Quick, Normal, or Short screen button. A map screen appears with the destination marked. 3. Select the Guide screen button to start route and voice guidance. • G (Estimated Travel Time) — Shows the route’s The system calculates up to three estimated time of travel. different versions of your current route in three different colors: • J (Straight-Line Quick, Normal, and Short. Distance) — Shows the route’s straight-line distance to destination.
    • 46 Infotainment System Stored Locations A map screen appears displaying the selected memory point Select the N Stored Locations location. screen button from the NAV. MENU 5. If available, touch the INFO to access the STORED LOCATIONS button to view the address screen. From this screen, you can information of the selected point. access the following options: 6. Touch OK to store the point as a memory point. To edit the name of a stored point: 1. Touch the Memory Points screen button from the STORED To store a point: LOCATIONS screen. 1. Touch the Memory Points screen 2. Select the folder/category that button from the STORED the memory point exists in. LOCATIONS screen. 3. Select the List screen button. 2. Select one of the 4. Select the memory point to edit. folders/categories listed. Use the sort feature to sort by 3. Select the Add screen button. distance, icon, name, or date as Memory Points needed. 4. Select the desired method N Memory Points: This feature of entering a destination to enter 5. Touch the Name screen button can store memory points in the memory point. See Enter from the EDIT MEMORY these four categories: Personal, Destination on page 32 for more POINT screen. Business, Entertainment, and information. Marked Point. The category names can be changed.
    • Infotainment System 47 6. Use the backspace screen 5. Touch the Icon screen button To move the memory point from button to delete the current name from the EDIT MEMORY one folder/category to another: or use the alpha keypad to POINT screen. 1. Touch the Memory Points screen make changes. 6. Select the desired icon. There button from the STORED Select the Show Name On are two pages (52) icons, LOCATIONS screen. screen button to have the name six icons that have sounds 2. Select the folder/category that of the point appear on the associated with them, and a the memory point currently map screen. No Icon button to select from. exists in. 7. Touch the back screen button to Select the With Sound screen 3. Select the List screen button. store the change. button, and the sound icons display. To hear the sound of the 4. Select the memory point to edit. To change the icon associated with Use the sort feature to sort by icon, touch the Sound screen a memory point: distance, icon, name, or date as button next to each icon. If the 1. Touch the Memory Points screen sound icons are used, the needed. button from the STORED associated sound is heard when 5. Touch the Category screen LOCATIONS screen. the vehicle is approximately 650 ft button from the EDIT MEMORY 2. Select the folder/category that (200 m) from the memory point. POINT screen. the memory point exists in. Select the No Icon screen button 6. Touch the new folder/category 3. Select the List screen button. to not have an icon associated button you want to move the with the point. memory point to. 4. Select the memory point to edit. The new icon displays in the The system displays a message Use the sort feature to sort by EDIT MEMORY POINT screen, confirming the move. distance, icon, name, or date as next to the Icon screen button. needed. 7. Touch the back screen button to store the change.
    • 48 Infotainment System To modify the position of the stored 8. The system returns to the EDIT To delete a memory point: point: MEMORY POINT screen and 1. Touch the Memory Points screen 1. Touch the Memory Points screen displays the new address, button from the STORED button from the STORED longitude, and latitude for the LOCATIONS screen. LOCATIONS screen. changed memory point. 2. Select the folder/category that 2. Select the folder/category that To change the phone number of a the memory point exists in. the memory point exists in. memory point: 3. Select the Delete screen button. 3. Select the List screen button. 1. Touch the Memory Points screen button from the STORED 4. Select the memory point to 4. Select the memory point to edit. LOCATIONS screen. delete from the DELETE POINT Use the sort feature to sort by screen. Use the sort feature distance, icon, name, or date as 2. Select the folder/category that to sort by distance, icon, name needed. the memory point exists in. or date as needed. 5. Touch the Position screen button 3. Select the List screen button. 5. The system displays the map from the EDIT MEMORY POINT 4. Select the memory point to edit. screen with the position address screen. Use the sort feature to sort by and a pop-up confirmation The system displays the map distance, icon, name, or date as message. Select Yes to delete screen with the destination needed. the point; select No to return to marked. the DELETE POINTS screen and 5. Touch the Tel. (telephone) not delete the point. 6. Touch the map to move the screen button from the EDIT position of the memory point. MEMORY POINT screen. 7. Touch OK when you have moved 6. Use the numeric keypad to the memory point to the change the phone number. appropriate location. 7. Touch OK to store the changed phone number.
    • Infotainment System 49 To delete all of the memory points Avoid Area 3. Select the desired method of in a folder/category: entering a destination to enter 1. Touch the Memory Points screen 3 Avoid Area: This feature lets the memory point. See Enter button from the STORED you store an area to be avoided Destination on page 32 for more LOCATIONS screen. while planning a route. Up to information. A map screen 10 points can be stored. appears displaying the selected 2. Select the desired folder/ category. memory point location. 3. Select the Del.All screen button. 4. If desired, reduce or enlarge the 4. The system displays a pop-up area around the point you want confirmation message. Select to avoid by using the Reduce Yes to delete all the points in or Enlarge screen buttons. the folder/category; select No to It is recommended that when cancel the operation. avoiding locations on freeways, To change the name of the you reduce the avoid area to folder/category: the minimum scale. This produces an X on the map rather 1. Touch the Memory Points screen than a box. This ensures that button from the STORED the system knows you want LOCATIONS screen. to avoid the freeway itself, not 2. Select the desired folder/ To store an avoid area point: necessarily the area around category. 1. Touch the Avoid Area screen the freeway. 3. Select the Edit Category screen button from the STORED 5. Touch OK to store the area. button. LOCATIONS screen. 4. Use the alpha keypad to change 2. Touch the Add screen button the name of the folder/category. from the AVOID AREA screen. 5. Touch the OK screen button to save the changes.
    • 50 Infotainment System To change the name of the point to 3. Select the point to be changed. To delete all of the points to be be avoided: 4. Touch the Position screen avoided: 1. Touch the Avoid Area screen button. 1. Touch the Avoid Area screen button from the STORED 5. Touch the map to move the button from the STORED LOCATIONS screen. location. LOCATIONS screen. 2. Touch the List screen button 6. If desired, reduce or enlarge the 2. Touch the Del.All screen button from the AVOID AREA screen. area around the point you want from the AVOID AREA screen. 3. Select the point to be changed. to avoid by using the Reduce 3. The system displays a pop-up 4. Touch the Name screen button. or Enlarge screen buttons. confirmation message. Touch 7. Touch OK to store the area. Yes to have all of the points 5. Use the alpha keypad to add or deleted; touch No to cancel the to change the name. To delete a point to be avoided: function. Select the Show Name On 1. Touch the Avoid Area screen screen button to have the name Destination & Waypoint button from the STORED of the point appear on the LOCATIONS screen. 6 Dest. & Way Pt. (Destination & map screen. 2. Touch the Delete screen button Waypoint): Waypoints are 6. Touch the OK screen button to from the AVOID AREA screen. destinations that can be added to save the changes. your route before reaching the final 3. Select the point to delete. Use To change the position of the point destination. Waypoints can be added the scrolling arrows as needed. to be avoided: before or after entering a final 4. The system displays the destination. Waypoints that were 1. Touch the Avoid Area screen map screen with the name of the entered prior to setting a final button from the STORED point and a pop-up confirmation destination, will delete if a final LOCATIONS screen. message. Touch Yes to have destination has not been entered. 2. Touch the List screen button the point deleted; touch No Up to five points can be stored as from the AVOID AREA screen. to cancel the function. waypoints.
    • Infotainment System 51 To add a waypoint: on the ADD WAY POINT screen To change the location of a way 1. Touch the Dest. & Way Pt. until the ADD button, next to the point: screen button from the STORED corresponding waypoint row, is 1. Touch the Dest. & Way Pt. LOCATIONS screen. pressed. After the ADD button screen button from the STORED has been pressed, the system LOCATIONS screen. 2. Touch the Add screen button returns to the STORED from the DEST. & WAY POINT LOCATIONS screen. 2. Touch the List screen button from screen. the DEST. & WAY POINT screen. To change the order of the 3. Using the desired method of waypoints: 3. Touch the Chg. Loc. screen entering a destination, enter button from the CHANGE the way point. See Enter 1. Touch the Dest. & Way Pt. ORDER screen. Destination on page 32 screen button from the STORED LOCATIONS screen. 4. From the CHANGE LOCATION for more information. screen, select the address of the A map screen appears with the 2. Touch the List screen button from location to change. A map screen way point marked. the DEST. & WAY POINT screen. displays with the destination 3. From the CHANGE ORDER marked. 4. Select the o (Way point) symbol screen, select on the addresses, 5. Touch on the map to move the on the map screen to save the in the order you would like them to location of the waypoint. way point. fall on the route. After selecting 5. Repeat Steps 2 - 6 to add up to the address line, a number, 6. Touch the OK screen button to five way points to your route. After indicating the order, appears save the changes. The system the first waypoint has been saved, next to the corresponding row. returns to the STORED the ADD WAY POINT screen LOCATIONS screen. 4. Select OK to save the changes. appears and the waypoint is on The system returns to the the screen. The second through STORED LOCATIONS screen. the fifth waypoint does not appear
    • 52 Infotainment System To delete a way point from the Choose Yes to delete all of the 3. Select a destination entry current route: way points; touch No to cancel method from the SET HOME 1. Touch the Dest. & Way Pt. this operation. screen. See Enter Destination on screen button from the STORED page 32 for more information. Home LOCATIONS screen. 4. Set the destination and 2. Touch the Delete screen button L Home: This feature lets you touch OK. from the DEST. & WAY POINT store, delete, and edit a home point 5. Touch OK on the map screen screen. destination. and the destination stores. 3. Select the way point/destination The home icon now is highlighted to delete. on the ENTER DESTINATION screen. 4. The system displays a pop-up confirmation message. Choose To edit the home destination, do the Yes to delete the way point; following: touch No to cancel this operation. 1. Touch the Home screen button To delete all of the way points from the STORED LOCATIONS on the route: screen. 1. Touch the Dest. & Way Pt. 2. Select List from the HOME screen button from the STORED screen to change the location. LOCATIONS screen. 3. Touch the map to move 2. Touch the Del.All screen button the location of the point. To store the home destination: from the DEST. & WAY POINT 4. Touch OK to save the change. screen. 1. Touch the Home screen button from the STORED LOCATIONS 3. The system displays the map screen. screen with a pop-up confirmation message. 2. Select the Add screen button.
    • Infotainment System 53 To delete the home point: To delete a specific destination from Preset Destination 1. Touch the Home screen button the previous destinations list: A Preset Dest. (Preset from the STORED LOCATIONS 1. Touch the Previous Dest. screen Destination): This feature lets you screen. button from the STORED store up to five preset destinations. 2. Select Delete from the HOME LOCATIONS screen. These destinations are stored on screen. 2. Touch the Delete screen button. the numbered buttons shown on the bottom of the ENTER DESTINATION 3. The system displays the map 3. Select a destination from the list. screen. screen with a pop-up confirmation 4. The system displays the map message. Select Yes to delete To store a preset destination: screen with a pop-up confirmation the stored home position; select message. Select Yes to delete 1. Touch the Preset Dest. screen No to cancel the operation. the stored destination; select No button from the STORED to cancel the operation. LOCATIONS screen. Previous Destination 2. Select Add to add a preset To delete all destinations from the destination, then select the B Previous Dest. (Previous previous destinations list: Destination): The system numbered preset button for automatically stores up to 100 points 1. Touch the Previous Dest. screen the destination to appear as. that have been previously entered. button from the STORED 3. Select a destination entry method As new destinations are entered, LOCATIONS screen. from the STORE PRESET DEST. the system automatically deletes the 2. Touch the Del.All screen button. screen. See Enter Destination on oldest destinations and adds the page 32 for more information. 3. The system displays the new entries. See Enter Destination 4. Set the destination and touch OK. map screen with a pop-up on page 32 for more information. 5. Touch OK on the map screen confirmation message. Select Yes to delete all of the stored and the destination stores. destinations; select No to cancel The preset destination number is the operation. now highlighted on the ENTER DESTINATION screen.
    • 54 Infotainment System To edit the name of a preset To change the position of a preset 3. Select the preset destination to destination: destination, do the following: change. 1. Touch the Preset Dest. screen 1. Touch the Preset Dest. screen 4. Touch the Tel. (telephone) button from the STORED button from the STORED screen button and use the LOCATIONS screen. LOCATIONS screen. numeric keypad to enter or 2. Select the List screen button. 2. Select the List screen button. change the phone number. 3. Select the preset destination 3. Select the preset destination to 5. Touch the OK screen button to to edit. change. save the change. 4. Touch the Name screen button 4. Touch the Position screen button To delete a preset destination: and use the alpha keypad to from the EDIT PRESET DEST. 1. Touch the Preset Dest. screen edit or add the name. screen. The system displays button from the STORED Select the Show Name On the map screen with the LOCATIONS screen. screen button to have the name destination marked. 2. Select the Delete screen button. appear on the map screen. 5. Touch the map to move the 3. Select the memory point to 5. Touch the OK screen button to position of the memory point. delete from the DELETE save the change. 6. Touch the OK screen button to PRESET DEST. screen. The new name displays. save the change. 4. The system displays the map To add or change the phone screen with the position address number of a preset destination: and a pop-up confirmation 1. Touch the Preset Dest. screen message. Select Yes to delete button from the STORED the point; select No to cancel the LOCATIONS screen. operation and to return to the DELETE PRESET DEST. screen. 2. Select the List screen button.
    • Infotainment System 55 To delete all of the preset Navigation Set Up Two-Dimensional/ destinations: Three-Dimensional 1. Touch the Preset Dest. screen (2D/3D) View button from the STORED LOCATIONS screen. 8 2D/3D View: Touch this screen button from the NAVIGATION 2. Select the Del.All screen button. SET UP screen. This feature lets 3. The system displays a pop-up you change the view of the map confirmation message. Select between a 2-dimensional and Yes to delete all of the preset 3-dimensional view. destinations; select No to cancel the operation. Memory Point Icons Display: Select this screen button to display memory point icons on the map. Select the MENU screen button to The button is highlighted when the access the NAV. MENU screen. memory point icons are being displayed on the map. I Navigation Set Up: Touch this screen button from the Calculate: Touch this button to NAV. MENU screen to access the calculate your route. This button is NAVIGATION SET UP screen. available after a destination has Several system options are been set. available for adjustment. Map Screen 2D/3D: Changes the view of all map screens. Guidance Screen 2D/3D: Changes the view of the map screen while driving during route guidance.
    • 56 Infotainment System n / q (Scroll Arrows): Select the Select the All Category List up or down arrows to tilt the view screen button to display of the map screen. all categories and sub-categories. 4 (Back): Select to save the 3. Select a different POI category. changes. The POI category icon to Default: Press to cancel your change is replaced with the new changes and go back to the default POI category icon at the top settings (2D and 2D). of the screen. This POI is now available on the Q-POI screen. Quick POI Selection Quick POI C Quick POI Selection: This Once categories have been selected feature lets you select the POI To replace the default POI on the Q-POI SELECTION screen, categories you want available on categories on the Quick POI (Q-POI) the POI categories are now available the Quick POI (Q-POI) screen. screen: on the Quick POI screen. From this 1. Select the C Quick POI screen you can select the POI icons Selection screen button from that you would like to display on the the NAVIGATION SET UP menu. map screen. You can either select a This screen displays the list of POI for a final destination or as a POI categories. waypoint. The Quick POI screen is available when the scale is 1⁄2 mile 2. Select the POI category that (1 km) or less. you would like to change. The category to change displays with the list of categories to select from.
    • Infotainment System 57 To have the POI icons appear on The name and the POI the map screen, select the POI information will also display on category. The POI category the map screen. icon displays at the top of the screen. 3. Select the h (destination) symbol screen button. List Categories: Select this screen To use the QUICK POI screen, 4. Select the Guide screen button. button to display more categories select the POI screen button from to select from. See “Getting Started on Your the map screen. Route” for more information. All Local POIs All Category List: This screen 1. Select this screen button to select button appears once the List a POI as a destination. A list of all Categories screen button has been of the local POIs within a 5 mi. selected. Press this screen button (8 km) radius of your vehicle’s to display a list of sub-categories. current position will display. Show: Select this screen button to This list is generated from the display the map screen. POI categories that have been selected and appear at the top Delete: To delete a category, do of the QUICK POI screen. one of the following: Use the Sort by Dist. (distance), • To delete the last added POI Icon, Name, or Route screen category, select the Delete The POI categories that were buttons. Use the up and down screen button. selected on the Q-POI SELECTION scroll arrow screen buttons to screen display. • To delete a specific POI scroll through the list. category, select that POI 2. Select the POI. The map screen category from the list. displays with the scroll symbol around the selected POI.
    • 58 Infotainment System POI Off: Select this screen button To correct the position of your Once the process of changing to delete all of the POI categories vehicle on the map (for example, if the vehicle’s current position in the list. your vehicle has been shipped) is complete, the map screen or to change to the current position. displays with rotate arrow screen Calibration buttons around the vehicle. 1. Select the Position/Direction 5 Calibration: Touch this screen screen button. 4. To change the direction of your button from the NAVIGATION SET The map screen displays with vehicle, press either arrow UP screen. This feature lets you the vehicle’s current position. screen button to turn the vehicle recalibrate the navigation system. to the correct direction. 2. To change the vehicle’s position, touch the map screen. 5. Once the vehicle is facing the correct direction, select the Use the zoom in/out function OK screen button. to view the direction of the desired area. See Problems with Route Guidance Pressing/holding and dragging on page 75 for more information. on the map activates fast If there are tire pressure differences scrolling. Press/touch once on or a spare tire is installed, the system the area where the current automatically re-calibrates the position mark should be moved. system but it may take longer. 3. Touch the OK screen button To calibrate the vehicle speed signal, once the vehicle is in the touch the Distance screen button. current position. See Vehicle Positioning on page 74 The Calibration screen, lets the for more information. If a route had already been set, adjustment of your vehicle’s position the map screen displays, select or the vehicle speed signal. Guide to change your route to the vehicle’s new position.
    • Infotainment System 59 User Settings Arrival Time G (Time of Arrival): Displays the estimated time of J User Settings: Touch arrival to the destination. this screen button from the NAVIGATION SET UP screen. Arrival Time (Time to This feature allows several route Destination): Displays the amount options to be turned on or off. of drive time estimated to arrive at the destination. Guidance Screen: Turns the guidance screen on and off. Freeway Information: Displays freeway exit information. This is only available on freeways during OK: Select this screen button to route guidance. restore the system defaults. Average Speed Default: Select Restore System Defaults this option to set the average speed D Restore System Defaults: to default. The system monitors Select this feature from the the speed on different roads and NAVIGATION SET UP screen updates the vehicle’s average speed. From this screen, adjust the This average speed is used to following: to change all adjustable system settings to factory defaults. calculate the time it takes to reach Road Restriction Warnings: the destination when a route Instructs the system to notify you is set. when the current route has traffic restrictions.
    • 60 Infotainment System Guidance Volume Route Options Search Condition > Guidance Volume: This feature H Search Condition (Search lets you adjust the volume of voice Condition): This feature accesses guidance prompts. Select Off to turn the SEARCH CONDITION screen. voice guidance prompts off. Select Route Options from the NAV. MENU screen to access the ROUTE OPTIONS screen. This menu has many features to customize route guidance. A route must first be set The search condition screen lets you to use these features. See Enter view your current destination and Destination on page 32 for more to change the planning methods information on entering a destination. between each destination. Each distance between waypoints and final destination can have an individual setting.
    • Infotainment System 61 n / q (Scroll Arrows): Use the up and down arrows to scroll through each route. Quick/ Normal/Short: Select one of the route preference options to change the planning method. Calculate: After selecting the new methods, select Calculate to plan the route with the changes. The map screen displays. Detour From this screen, you can select a The following route preferences can 1 mile, 3 mile, or 5 mile detour or be selected on or off: 7 Detour: Select a detour if select to detour the whole route. there is construction work, or traffic After selecting the detour, the system c (Allow Major Roads): delays that prevent the original calculates the alternate route andt he This feature lets the system use route from being used. new route displays on the map expressways when calculating a screen. route. If there is no way to reach your destination without using major Route Preferences roads, the system automatically includes major roads. F Route Pref. (Route Preferences): You can select to l (Allow Time Restricted Road): have certain types of roads/ferries This feature lets the system use time included in your route. See “Getting restricted roads when calculating a Started on Your Route” under Enter route. These are roads that may be Destination on page 32 for more closed during the winter season. information.
    • 62 Infotainment System W (Allow Toll Road): This Destination and Waypoint Up to five waypoints and one feature lets the system use toll roads destination can be entered. The or pay roads when calculating a o Dest. & Way Pt. (Destination following functions are available: route. and Waypoint): This feature lets you edit the selected destination Add: This button accesses the Store Dest. & Waypoint screen. b (Allow Ferry): This feature and waypoints using this screen. A waypoint can be added or the lets the system use ferries See “Dest. and Way Pt. (Destination and Way Point)” under Stored destination can be changed. when calculating a route. Locations on page 46 for information List: Touch this button to change Calculate: Select this screen button on storing destinations and the order of the stops in the to update the changes in the current waypoints. route and to change the location route. The map screen displays. of the stops. If any of these features are turned Delete/Del. All: These buttons let off, the button is dark and there is a you delete waypoints on the route or red slash through the icon on the delete the entire route. map screen. Once the route preferences have been set, select the back button to return to the previous screen.
    • Infotainment System 63 Display route Avoid: To avoid a street, select the Route Preview Avoid screen button next to the turn. 9 Display route: Select this button To cancel the avoided turn, select G Route Preview: Select this from the ROUTE OPTIONS menu to Avoid again to deselect it. button from the ROUTE OPTIONS view the entire route. The start point menu to preview the entire route and destination, the time it takes to Reroute: After selections have in either direction and to edit reach the destination, and distance, been made, press the Reroute the route. including the distance that is routed screen button to replan the route. on each road type will display. Delete: To cancel an avoided turn after the route has been replanned, press the Delete screen button. A list of all of the avoided turns display. Select the street that you want to add back to the route. A confirmation window displays. Select Yes to have the avoided street added back to the route. The Turn List screen displays. Del. All (Delete All): To cancel all of the avoided turns after the route has Use the screen buttons at the been replanned, press the Delete bottom of the navigation screen to screen button. A list of all of the move through the route. avoided turns display. Select the Turn List: Edit the route by selecting the Turn List screen Del. All screen button. A confirmation b t (Skip to Start Point): Touch window displays. Select Yes to have this screen button to skip backward button. A list of every turn on all of the avoided streets added back the route displays. With the turn to the start point, the previous to the route. The Turn List screen waypoint, or the previous available list displayed, you can select displays. to avoid streets/turns on the route. POI, depending on the mode selected.
    • 64 Infotainment System b q (Scroll to Start Point): Touch Edit: Touch this screen button to To next POI: To select this option, this screen button to start a smooth change the way the skip/scroll a POI category must be selected. scroll of the route backwards to the function operates. Select to have Select this button to have the start point, previous waypoint, or the the skip/scroll go to the start skip/scroll functions skip/scroll to the previous available POI, depending point/destination or to the next next available POI for the category. on the mode selected. Touch this available POI or waypoint. To change the POI category, touch button again to increase the scroll the corresponding screen button next speed. to the category. Touch the Delete screen button to have no POIs j (Pause): Touch this screen appear on the map. The default POIs button to pause the smooth are the same as those in the Quick scroll. Push either scroll POI group listing. button ( b q r h ) to restart Calculate: Touch this screen the scroll. button to calculate the route with the changes. r h (Scroll to Destination): Touch this screen button to start a smooth scroll of the route toward the destination, next waypoint or next available POI, depending on the To next Dest. (Destination) or mode selected. Touch this button WP (Waypoint): Select this button again to increase the scroll speed. to have the skip/scroll functions skip/scroll to the next destination u h (Skip to Destination): Touch or waypoint. this screen button to skip forward to the destination, next waypoint or next available POI, depending on the mode selected.
    • Infotainment System 65 Head-Up Display (HUD) C. Street Name Line — Displays the name of the street that you When a route is planned the will be turning on. Head-Up Display (HUD) will display information when the vehicle is D. Mile/Kilometer Scale — Indicates approaching a turn. This information the scale of the distance bar. displays when the vehicle is 0.5 mi. The scale is 0.5 mi. (.80 km) in (.80 km) away from a turn in residential areas and 2.0 mi. residential areas and 2.0 mi. or or 2.0 km on freeways. 2.0 km away from a turn on This value changes as you freeways. approach the turn. After completing a turn, the HUD displays the name and distance of Once the route has been calculated, the next street you are turning on for this screen displays. From this map 10 seconds. screen, touch Guide to begin route guidance or touch Chg. route to When HUD is displaying the return to the ROUTE OPTIONS turn-by-turn guidance information, screen. the vehicle’s shift lever gear does not display in the HUD. The gear Cancel Guidance: Touch this displays on the Driver Information screen button to cancel the current Center (DIC) screen. Once the route. destination has been reached or guidance is cancelled, the HUD A. Directional Arrow — Displays the displays the gear information again. direction of the next turn. See Head-Up Display (HUD) in the B. Distance Bar — This will Index of your vehicle’s owner manual decrease as the vehicle for more information. approaches the turn.
    • 66 Infotainment System Maps Your dealer/retailer may have installed the map DVD. If the map This section includes basic DVD was not installed, do the information needed for the map following to load it: database. Read the following steps completely The maps are stored on a before operating this feature. DVD-ROM. The 48 contiguous United States and portions of 1. Turn the ignition on. Canada are contained on two discs. 2. Push the Z (open/close To minimize the necessity of faceplate) button and the changing the discs, both map discs faceplate opens. cover US6, US7, and Canada. 3. Load the map DVD into the DVD East slot by inserting it partway. The system pulls it in. Installing the DVD Map Disc 4. Wait until the DVD is loaded properly and then push the Z (open/close faceplate) button to close the faceplate. Once the map DVD is inserted correctly, the system displays the CAUTION screen. Agree: Touch this screen button to West proceed to the navigation system. The map appears showing your current vehicle position.
    • Infotainment System 67 DVD Map Disc Messages Ejecting the DVD Map Disc Handling the DVD Map Disc If an error displays and/or the map When the DVD map disc is not When handling the DVD map disc comes out, it could be for loaded, you are not able to use the disc, be careful of the following: one of the following reasons: navigation portion of the system. • Handle the disc very carefully to • If the map disc was installed into 1. Turn the ignition on. avoid contamination or flaws. the CD slot. See “Installing the Signals may not read out properly DVD Map Disc” previously. 2. Push the X (open/close if the disc gets contaminated faceplate) button and the or flawed. • It is very hot, when the faceplate opens. temperature returns to normal, • If the disc gets soiled, use a soft the map disc should play. 3. Press the X DVD key, located cloth to gently wipe it out from • You are driving on a very rough next to the bottom slot. The the center of the disc to the road. When the road becomes disc ejects. outside. Do not use photographic smoother, the map disc 4. Wait until the DVD is ejected record cleaner, solvents, or should play. properly and then push the other cleaners. • The map disc is dirty, scratched, X (open/close faceplate) button • Do not use the disc to rest on wet, or upside down. to close the faceplate. while writing or drawing using any writing utensil or attach If any error occurs repeatedly or if a seal to any of the sides or an error cannot be corrected, the disc. contact your dealer/retailer. • Do not keep the disc in direct sunlight, high temperatures, or humidity. • After using the disc, place it back into the original case.
    • 68 Infotainment System Setting the Search Area The system adjusts the map If you have used the scroll feature accordingly. The scale of a map can to scroll the map and if the vehicle See Enter Destination on page 32 range from 1/32 of a mile (0.05 km) icon becomes lost, press the NAV for information on changing the to 128 miles (256 km). (navigation) hard key to return to the search area. current vehicle location on the map. Scrolling the Map Map Adjustments Use the scroll feature on the map to The system lets you adjust the scale set a destination. See “Map” of view on the map. Also, as you under Enter Destination on page 32 drive, the map scrolls automatically for more information. based on the direction you are traveling. Navigation Symbols Map Scales The following symbols are the most Touch anywhere on the map screen common symbols that appear on twice and the scroll symbol appears. a map screen. Use this feature to scroll across the map. If scrolling while the vehicle is in P (Park), the system scrolls initially at a slower rate. Continue to To view a larger or smaller scale touch the map screen to increase of the map, touch the map scale the scrolling speed. arrows. The vehicle is shown as this If scrolling while the vehicle is in symbol. It shows the position and Change the level of map detail by motion, the system will scroll to that direction the vehicle is moving either zooming in or zooming out location and stop. on the map. using the arrow screen buttons or by touching the scale on the bar.
    • Infotainment System 69 This symbol marks the final This symbol indicates the distance to This symbol shows the straight-line destination of the planned route. the final destination. It only appears distance to the final destination. when the time symbol does not This symbol may appear before appear. starting to drive on the route or if on a road where navigation guidance cannot be given. See Database Coverage Explanations on page 76 for more information. This symbol appears on the map for a planned waypoint. This symbol indicates the distance The waypoint symbol is numbered and the estimated time remaining to from 1 through 5 depending on the final destination or arrival time, how many waypoints have been set. depending on the option selected. See Navigation Set Up on page 55 This symbol indicates the map with for more information. North Up (North Up mode).
    • 70 Infotainment System While in North Up mode, North is always at the top of the map screen regardless of which direction the vehicle is traveling. Touch this screen symbol to switch between North Up and Heading Up modes. This symbol appears in the upper This symbol indicates the position of right corner when the vehicle is the next guidance maneuver. not receiving a Global Positioning System (GPS) satellite signal. See Global Positioning System (GPS) on page 73 for more This Heading Up mode symbol information. indicates the map with the vehicle travel direction up. Touch this symbol to set the current The shaded triangle indicates the route as the destination. North direction. While in Heading Up mode, the direction the vehicle is traveling is always at the top of the map screen. The vehicle icon is always headed in the direction the When a name is too long to be vehicle is traveling. Touch this displayed, an arrow symbol appears. screen symbol to switch between Touch the right or left arrow Heading Up and North Up modes. screen button to scroll through the entire name. Touch this symbol to enter a waypoint along the current route.
    • Infotainment System 71 the scale level, 2D and 3D view, and to turn the POIs on and off. To change the heading direction, touch the north up or heading up symbol. Touch this symbol to store the Select the single map mode to location on the screen as a display more of the map with a memory point. window that gives the direction and distance to the upcoming maneuver. Map Appearance Select the turn list symbol to display the next three upcoming maneuvers on the map screen when on route guidance. Directional arrows, street name, and Select the dual view symbol to distance to the next turn displays. Select this symbol from the display two map screens that allow As you approach the next turn, map screen to display the map different scale levels and heading the system automatically displays a appearance options. direction for each window. zoomed-in view of the upcoming maneuver. Select from one of the following six Touch anywhere inside the right options to allow different views and screen and the EDIT RIGHT information of the map screen. SCREEN screen displays. Change Availability of these options depends on the current route. The current view is highlighted.
    • 72 Infotainment System When approaching the next Use the up and down arrows to maneuver, the system displays a scroll through the list. To view the guidance window of the maneuver. available POIs for an exit, select the This option can be turned off by exit, then select the Map screen the USER SETTINGS screen. button. The system displays highway Select the arrow guidance symbol to guidance any time you have a display the next turn on the map planned route on a highway or screen when on route guidance. freeway. To turn this feature off, see “User Settings” under Navigation Directional arrows, street name, and Set Up on page 55 for more distance to the next turn displays. information. When approaching the next turn, the Select the highway guidance symbol system automatically displays a to display highway guidance on Auto Reroute zoomed-in view of the upcoming the map screen. When a destination has been set maneuver. The upcoming exit number, distance but the vehicle is off of the planned to the exit, available POIs at the route, the system automatically exit, and a window with the direction plans a new route. The new route is and distance to the next maneuver highlighted on the screen. displays. Select this symbol to display only the next maneuver along with a small map of the maneuver.
    • Infotainment System 73 Traveling Across Regions Navigation Menu Global Positioning When driving through regions, the Press the NAV hard key to access System (GPS) map screen updates to display the map screen. Press the MENU The navigation system determines the current location. To plan touch screen button on the map the position of your vehicle by a destination in a different region, screen. using satellite signals, various the region must be changed for the vehicle signals, and map data. map DVD to access the correct information. At times, other interferences such 1. Change the selected region in as the satellite condition, road the search area when closer configuration, the condition of the to the destination. See Enter vehicle and/or other circumstances Destination on page 32. can interfere with the navigation system’s ability to determine 2. Change the selected region in the accurate position of the vehicle. the search area when entering the destination and route The GPS shows the current position settings. See Enter Destination of your vehicle using signals sent by on page 32. the GPS Satellites of the United States Department of Defense. For example, if you were When your vehicle is not receiving traveling from Michigan to All of the navigation system features can be accessed from this screen. signals from the satellites, a symbol Florida, make sure that Florida appears on the map screen. Refer to is included on the selected Navigation Symbols on page 68. region. Enter a destination in Florida under the ENTER DESTINATION menu.
    • 74 Infotainment System This system may not be available or For more information if the GPS is • The vehicle has just been interferences may occur if any of not functioning properly, see transferred by a vehicle carrier or the following are true: Problems with Route Guidance on a ferry. • Signals are obstructed by tall page 75 and If the System • The current position calibration is buildings, trees, large trucks, Needs Service on page 75. set incorrectly. or a tunnel. Vehicle Positioning • The vehicle is traveling at high • Objects are located on the rear speed. shelf of the vehicle. At times, the position of the vehicle on the map may be inaccurate • The vehicle changes directions • Satellites are being repaired or more than once, or when the due to one or more of the following improved. vehicle is turning on a turn table reasons: • After-market glass tinting has in a parking lot. • The road system has changed. been applied to the vehicle’s • The vehicle is entering and/or rear windshield. • The vehicle is driving on slippery exiting a parking lot, garage road surfaces such as in sand, or a lot with a roof. Notice: Do not apply after-market gravel and/or snow. glass tinting to the vehicle’s • The GPS signal is not received. windows. Glass tinting interferes • The vehicle is traveling on winding roads. • A roof carrier is installed on with the system’s ability to your vehicle. receive GPS signals and causes • The vehicle is on a long the system to malfunction. straight road. • The vehicle is equipped with tire The window might have to be chains. • The vehicle is approaching a tall replaced to correct the problem. • The tires are replaced. building or a large vehicle. This would not be covered by the warranty. • The surface streets run parallel to a freeway.
    • Infotainment System 75 • The tire pressure for your tires is Problems with Route • The route prohibits the entry of a incorrect. Guidance vehicle due to a regulation by • The tires are worn. time or season or any other Inappropriate route guidance can regulation which may be given. • The first time the map DVD is occur under one or more of the inserted. • Some routes may not be following conditions: searched. • The battery is disconnected for • A turn was made that was not on several days. • The route to the destination may the route. not be shown if there are new • The vehicle is driving in heavy • Route guidance may not be roads, if roads have recently traffic where driving is at low available when using automatic changed or if certain roads are speeds, and the vehicle is rerouting for the next right or not listed on the map DVD. stopped and started repeatedly. left turn. See Ordering Map DVDs If any of those problems occur, • The route may not be changed on page 76. the system may need to be when using automatic rerouting. To recalibrate the vehicle’s position re-calibrated. This could be due to • There is no route guidance when on the map, see Navigation Set tire pressure differences, or if a turning at an intersection. Up on page 55. spare tire is installed. To calibrate the system, see Navigation Set • Plural names of places may be announced occasionally. If the System Needs Up on page 55. • It may take a long time to Service operate automatic rerouting If your system needs service and during high-speed driving. you have followed the steps listed here and still are experiencing • Automatic rerouting may display problems, see your dealer/retailer a route returning to the set for assistance. waypoint if you are heading for a destination without passing through a set waypoint.
    • 76 Infotainment System Odering Map DVDs After receiving the updated disc, Voice Recognition replace the old disc in the navigation The map DVD in the vehicle is system. See “Installing the DVD The navigation system’s voice the most up-to-date information Map Disc” and “Ejecting the recognition allows for hands-free available when your vehicle DVD Map Disc” under Maps on operation of navigation and audio was produced. The map DVD is page 66. Dispose of the old disc to system features. Voice recognition updated periodically, provided that avoid confusion about which can be used when the ignition is on the map information has changed. disc is the most current. or in ACC/ACCESSORY or when For questions about the operation of Retained Accessory Power (RAP) is the navigation system or the update Database Coverage active. process, contact the GM Nav Disc Explanations This feature only works if the map Center toll-free phone number, DVD is inserted. If you try to use 1-877-NAV-DISC (1-877-628-3472) Coverage area depends upon the voice recognition without the map or go to the center’s website, map detail available. Some areas DVD inserted, the system displays gmnavdisc.com. To update or have greater map detail than others. “Please insert the navigation map replace a disc, call the GM Nav Disc The navigation system works only as DVD to use the voice recognition Center or order a new disc online. well as the information provided on feature.” See “Installing the DVD Have the Vehicle Identification the map disc. See Ordering Map Map Disc” under Maps on page 66. Number (VIN) available when DVDs on page 76 on how to obtain ordering. This ensures that you updated map information. The system may not hear you or receive the correct and most may hear the incorrect word with the up-to-date DVD map disc for your windows open or the convertible vehicle. See “Vehicle Identification top down due to background noise. Number (VIN)” in the Index of your vehicle’s owner manual for more information.
    • Infotainment System 77 To use voice recognition: At times, the system may not Help Commands understand a spoken command. These commands are universal If this happens, try again. If a spoken and enable you to use the help command is not available, the prompts available from the system. system provides feedback based on availability. Command Help/List: Enables the system to provide the available While using voice recognition, make commands for the navigation radio. sure to keep interior noise levels 1. Push and hold g until a beep is to a minimum. Otherwise, the Cancel: Cancels the voice heard. The audio system mutes. system might not recognize voice recognition function. This button is located on the commands. left side of the navigation system Radio Commands The system only recognizes faceplate. commands spoken in English. Radio: Changes the audio system 2. Clearly state one of the to the next radio audio source. commands listed on the following Voice Recognition Commands AM: Changes the audio system to pages. For example, say “FM1.” The following list shows all of the the AM audio source. 3. The system states the command voice commands available for the navigation system with a brief FM1: Changes the audio system to being implemented. For example, description of each. Any words the FM1 audio source. the system says “FM1 Radio” and the audio system changes shown in square brackets are FM2: Changes the audio system to to the FM1 source. optional. If there are words shown the FM2 audio source. in parentheses, choose one of You may end voice recognition by the options. To use the voice XM1: Changes the audio system to not speaking any commands. commands, refer to the instructions the XM1 audio source. After about five seconds of silence, listed previously. the system automatically cancels XM2: Changes the audio system to voice recognition. the XM2 audio source.
    • 78 Infotainment System Power On, Audio On: Turns the Screen Commands Map Commands system’s power on. Screen Day Mode, Day Mode Zoom In: The system zooms in Power Off, Audio Off: Turns the On: Adjusts the system’s screen when on the map screen. system’s power off. setting to the day mode. Zoom In Maximum: The system Seek Up: The selected audio Screen Night Mode, Night Mode zooms in to the minimum available source seeks to the next strongest On: Adjusts the system’s screen map scale when on the map station. setting to the night mode. screen. Seek Down: The selected audio Screen Auto Mode, Auto Mode Zoom Out: The system zooms out source seeks down to the next On: Adjusts the system’s screen when on the map screen. strongest station. setting to auto mode. Zoom Out Maximum: The system CD Player Commands Screen Off: Turns the system’s zooms out to the maximum screen display off. available map scale when on the Track Up: The CD player skips to map screen. the next track. Position Commands Heading Up, Change to Heading Previous Track: The CD player Current Position, Current Up: The system displays the goes to the previous track. Location, Show Current Position, Vehicle Up heading when on the Show Current Location: These map screen. Track Down: The CD player goes commands will display the vehicle’s to the beginning of the track or goes current location on the map screen. North Up, Change to North Up: to the previous track if the track has The system displays the North Up elapsed nine seconds. Map: The system displays the map heading when on the map screen. screen.
    • Infotainment System 79 Map Direction, Change Map Right Map [Change to] / [Show] Destination Commands Direction: The system changes the North Up [Mode]: The system Home, Go Home: The system vehicle’s direction from North up displays the North Up heading on the enters the Home destination as a to heading up or heading up right map when in dual map mode. waypoint or final destination, if to North up on the map screen. Right Map [Change to] / [Show] a home destination has been stored. Mark, Mark This Point: The Heading Up [Mode]: The system Go to Starting Point, Previous system marks the location as displays the Vehicle Up heading Starting Point: The system enters a memory point while on the map on the right map when on the map the last available starting point screen. screen and in dual map mode. as a waypoint or final destination. Right Map Zoom In: The system Right Map [Change Map] [Go to] Previous Destination: The zooms in on the right map when Direction: The system changes system enters the last available in dual map mode. from North Up to Heading Up destination as a waypoint or or from Heading Up to North Up. final destination, if one is available. Right Map Zoom In (Maximum/ Minimum Scale): The system [Show/Change to] Dual Map [Go to] Preset Destination zooms in to the minimum available Mode: The system changes the [Number] (number): The system map scale on the right map when in map display to dual map mode. goes to the preset destination dual map mode. number. This preset destination [Show/Change to] Single can be chosen as a waypoint or a Right Map Zoom Out: The system Map Mode: The system changes destination. There must be a location zooms out on the right map when the map display to single map mode. stored in the preset destination in dual map mode. number that is chosen. For example, [Change to] 3D Map [Mode]: The Right Map Zoom Out (Maximum/ system changes the map display first store a location in Preset Maximum Scale): The system to the 3-dimensional map. Destination 3. Say “Go to Preset zooms out to the maximum available Destination 3.” The system goes to map scale on the right map when in [Change to] 2D Map [Mode]: The Preset Destination 3 and prompt dual map mode. system changes the map display you to choose it as a waypoint or to the 2-dimensional map. destination.
    • 80 Infotainment System Add [to] Waypoint: The system Voice Guidance Off: The system [Change to] Intersection (Guide/ adds the current marked point as a turns off the navigation voice Guidance): The system changes to waypoint. This command is used prompts if a destination has Intersection Guidance screen view in after the following commands have been set. the Guidance Menu if a destination been used: Home, Go to Starting has been set. This command is only Point, Go to Previous Destination. Voice Guidance On: The system available when the next turn is less turns on the navigation voice than 0.5 mile (800 m) away for city Enter Destination: The system prompts. streets and 2 miles (2 km) away for adds the current marked point as the freeways. final destination. This command is [Change to] Arrow (Guide/ used after the following commands Guidance): The system changes to Entire Route, Entire Rout Map, have been used: Home, Go to Arrow Guidance screen view in the Route Overview: The system Starting Point, Go to Previous Guidance Menu if a destination has displays the entire route if a Destination. been set. destination has been set. [Change to] Turn List (Guide/ Reroute: The system generates an Guidance Commands Guidance): The system changes to alternate route to a set destination Repeat Guidance, Repeat Voice: Turn List Guidance screen view in while on a planned route. The system repeats the last the Guidance Menu if a destination available voice prompt guidance has been set. Detour, Detour Entire Route: The command if a destination has system activates the detour feature been set. [Change to] Freeway (Guide/ when driving a planned route. Guidance): The system changes to Louder: The system increases the Freeway Guidance screen view in Next Waypoint Map: The system volume of the navigation voice the Guidance Menu if a destination displays the map view of the prompts. has been set. This command is only next waypoint location if one has available if you are on a freeway. been set. Softer: The system decreases the volume of the navigation voice prompts.
    • Infotainment System 81 (First/Second/Third/Fourth/Fifth) Short: The system selects the Entertainment Locations Waypoint Map: The system Short route when a destination has • Amusement Park displays the map view of the named been set. waypoint location if it has been set. • Botanical garden Point of Interest (POI) Commands Destination Map: The system • Campground The following commands cause displays the map view of the final the system to display icons if they • Casino destination location if one has are available on the map screen • Cinema been set. when the map scale is set to 1⁄2 mile • Golf Course Yes: Confirms system talkback. (1 km) or less. Automobile Commands • Horse Racing No: Cancels a command. • Marina • Auto Service And Maintenance, (Delete/Cancel) Destination: Auto Service, Maintenance • Museum The system cancels the current destination. • Automobile Club, Triple A • National and State Parks • Car Park • Park & Recreation, Parks & (Delete/Cancel) All Waypoints and Recreation Destination: The system cancels • Car Wash all currently set waypoints and • Gas Station, Gas • Performing Arts the final destination. • Ski Resort, Skiing • Other Automotive Quick: The system selects the • Parking • Speedway Quick route when a destination has • Sport Complex, Stadium been set. • Parking Garage • Parking Lot • Tourist Attraction Normal: The system selects the Normal route when a destination has • Rental Car Agency • Video Rental been set. • Winery • Zoological garden
    • 82 Infotainment System Financial and Government Offices Restaurant Locations Shopping Locations • ATM • American Restaurant, • Convenience Store • Bank American Food • Department Store • Business Facility • Chinese Restaurant, • Grocery Store • City Hall Chinese Food • Home and Garden • Civic Center, Community Center • Coffee House • Other Retail Store • Convention Center, Exhibition • Continental Restaurant, • Pharmacy Center Continental Food • Shopping, Shopping Mall • Court House • French Restaurant, French Food • Specialty Food Store • Government Offices • Ice Cream Parlor Transportation • Higher Education, University, • Italian Restaurant, Italian Food • Airport College • Japanese Restaurant, • Bus Station • Hospital Japanese Food • Ferry Terminal • Library • Mexican Restaurant, • Historical Monument • Other Financial Services Mexican Food • Hotel • Police Station • Other Restaurant, Other Food • Park & Ride • Post Office • Restaurant, I’m Hungry • Rest Area, Rest Stop • School • Seafood Restaurant, Seafood • Tourist Information • City Center • Show Restaurant • Train Station Personal Services • Thai Restaurant, Thai Food POI Off: The system turns off POIs • Beauty and Barber Shops so they do not appear on the map • Dry Cleaning screen. • Health and Fitness Club
    • INDEX i-1 A CD Errors .............................. CD Player ............................. 29 23 E Address ................................ 33 Ejecting the DVD Map Disc ...... 67 Cleaning the Display ............... 13 Alpha-Numeric Keypad ............ 31 Emergency ............................ 38 Coordinates ........................... 42 AM-FM Radio ......................... 13 Enter Destination .................... 32 Audio Adjust Screen ................ 14 Audio Players ......................... 23 D F CD .................................... 23 Database Coverage Auto Reroute ......................... 72 Finding a Station ............... 17, 22 Explanations ....................... 76 Avoid Area ............................. 49 Freeway Entrance/Exit ............. 40 Deleting Personal Information ..... 7 Destination & Waypoint ............ 50 C Destination and Waypoint ......... 62 G Detour .................................. 61 Getting Started on Calibration ............................. 58 Display route .......................... 63 Your Route ......................... 44 Canadian Vehicle Owners DVD Map Disc Messages ........ 67 Global Positioning (Propriétaires des Véhicules Canadiens) .......................... 3 System (GPS) ..................... 73 Canceling Guidance ................ 11 Guidance Volume .............. 12, 60
    • i-2 INDEX H K N Handling the DVD Map Disc ..... 67 Keyless Access System ........... 31 Navigation ............................. 55 Hard Keys ............................. 30 Menu ................................. 73 Head-Up Display (HUD) ........... 65 Route Options ..................... 60 Home .............................. 43, 52 L Set Up ............................... 55 Home and Away Preset Language ................................ 7 Stored Locations ................. 46 Stations ............................. 21 Symbols ............................. 68 M Using the System ................ 30 I Map ...................................... 37 Installing the DVD Map Disc ..... 66 Map Adjustments .................... 68 O Intersection ............................ 40 Map Appearance .................... 71 Ordering Introduction ............................. 3 Map Scales ........................... 68 Map DVDs ......................... 76 Maps .................................... 66 Overview, Infotainment Memory Points .................. 38, 46 System ................................ 4
    • INDEX i-3 P R S Phone Number ....................... 41 Radio Data System (RDS) ....... 19 Satellite Radio ........................ 21 Playing a CD ......................... 23 Radios Scrolling the Map ................... 68 Playing a CD Changer ............ 25 AM-FM Radio ..................... 13 Search Condition .................... 60 Playing the Radio .............. 14, 21 Satellite ............................. 21 Setting the Clock ...................... 8 Point of Interest (POI) ............. 35 Region .................................. 32 Setting the Region, Entering Preset Destination ............. 43, 53 Restore System Defaults ......... 59 an Address and Point of Preset Station Menu .......... 17, 22 Route Options ........................ 60 Interest, and Storing a Previous Destination .......... 39, 53 Route Preferences .................. 61 Home Destination and Problems with Route Route Preview ........................ 63 Preset Destinations ............... 8 Guidance ........................... 75 Setting the Search Area ........... 68 Sound Menu .......................... 18 Stored Locations ............... 12, 46 Q Storing Radio Station Presets ..... 7 Quick POI Selection ................ 56 Symbols, Navigation ................ 68 System Needs Service, If ......... 75
    • i-4 INDEX T V Touch-Sensitive Buttons ........... 31 Vehicle Positioning .................. 74 Traveling Across Regions ......... 73 Voice Recognition ................... 76 Two-Dimensional/ Voice Recognition Commands ... 77 Three-Dimensional (2D/3D) View ...................... 55 X XM™ Satellite Radio Service .... 22 U User Settings ......................... 59 Using an MP3 ........................ 27 Using Your Home or Preset Destinations ........................ 11