2010 Chevrolet Equinox Terrain Navigation Owners Manual Brenengen In Sparta And West Salem Wi
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2010 Chevrolet Equinox Terrain Navigation Owner's Manual provided by Brenengen Chevrolet in West Salem, WI and Brenengen Chevrolet Buick Pontiac in Sparta, WI. Find the 2010 Chevrolet Equinox Terrain ...

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

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

  • 2010 Chevrolet Equinox and GMC Terrain Navigation System M Infotainment System ......... 3 Navigation Symbols ....... 47 Introduction ...................... 3 Destination .................. 52 Overview ....................... 4 Configure Menu ............ 65 Radio ............................. 12 Global Positioning AM-FM Radio ............... 12 System (GPS) ......... 74 Satellite Radio .............. 18 Vehicle Positioning ........ 75 Audio Players ................ 18 Problems with Route Guidance ................ 76 CD/DVD Player ............ 18 If the System Needs MP3 ........................... 24 Service .................. 76 Hard Drive Ordering Map DVDs ...... 76 Device (HDD) .......... 27 Trademarks and License Auxiliary Devices .......... 40 Agreements ............ 77 Rear Seat Infotainment ... 40 Database Coverage Rear Seat Entertainment Explanations ........... 87 (RSE) System ......... 40 Voice Recognition .......... 87 Navigation ...................... 41 Using the Navigation Index ...................................i-1 System .................. 41 Maps .......................... 45
  • 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 refer to the purchase documentation ce guide en français auprès du relating to your specific vehicle to concessionnaire ou à l’adresse confirm each of the features found suivante: on your vehicle. For vehicles first Helm, Incorporated sold in Canada, substitute the name P.O. Box 07130 “General Motors of Canada Limited” Detroit, MI 48207 for Chevrolet and GMC Motor 1-800-551-4123 GENERAL MOTORS, GM, the Divisions wherever it appears in this manual. Numéro de poste 6438 GM Emblem, CHEVROLET, the de langue française CHEVROLET Emblem, and the Keep this manual with the owner www.helminc.com name Equinox, GMC, the name manual in the vehicle, so it will be Terrain are registered trademarks there if it is needed. If the vehicle is of General Motors LLC. sold, leave this manual in the vehicle. Litho in U.S.A. © Part No. 20860353 B Second Printing 2010 General Motors LLC. All Rights Reserved.
  • 4 Infotainment System Overview • Set up the audio by presetting Read this manual thoroughly to favorite stations, setting the { WARNING tone, and adjusting the speakers. become familiar with how the Avoid looking too long or too navigation system operates. • Set up the navigation features often at the moving map on the before beginning to drive, navigation screen. This could Keeping your eyes on the road and such as entering an address your mind on the drive is important cause a crash and you or others or a preset destination. for safe driving. The navigation can be injured or killed. Use the system has built-in features intended • Set up phone numbers in turn-by-turn voice guidance to help do this. Some features advance so they can be called directions whenever possible. may be disabled while driving. Note easily with the press of a single that these functions are grayed-out. button or a single voice command Use the navigation system to: A grayed-out function indicates it is (for navigation systems with phone capability). • Plan a route. not available when the vehicle is moving. • Select a destination using { WARNING various methods and choices. All functions are available when the vehicle is parked. Before driving: • Follow turn-by-turn route and map Taking your eyes off the road too guidance with voice prompts, • Become familiar with the long or too often while using the only if permitted by traffic laws, navigation system operation, navigation system could cause a controls, and conditions. hard keys on the faceplate, and crash resulting in injury or death touch-sensitive screen buttons • Receive RDS broadcast to you or others. Focus your announcements. of the navigation system. attention on driving.
  • Infotainment System 5 Always be alert and obey traffic After acknowledging the start up and roadway laws and instructions, { WARNING information you will be able to regardless of the guidance from access the NAV (navigation) the navigation system. Because Taking your eyes off the road for and DEST (destination) functions. the navigation system uses street extended periods could cause a Once accessed, enter or delete map information that does not crash resulting in injury or death information in the navigation include all traffic restrictions or to you or others. system or access other functions. the latest road changes, it could See instructions later in this section. suggest using a road that is now To help avoid a crash in which you closed for construction or a turn or others could be killed: that is prohibited by signs at the intersection. Because the system • Always concentrate on your uses limited information, always driving first by keeping your evaluate whether following the eyes and mind on the road, system’s directions are safe and and your hands on the wheel. legal for the current conditions. • Follow system directions only if permitted by traffic laws, When the navigation system is controls, and conditions. turned on, a screen might appear with the information below. Read • Before using this system, read and acknowledge the information the owner manual and learn it contains. how it operates. • Some system controls cannot be Each time the vehicle is started and used the when vehicle is moving. the navigation system is turned on, the Caution screen appears. Touch OK to accept the Caution.
  • 6 Infotainment System If OK is not selected, all hard Navigation System Overview keys except for NAV and DEST can be accessed. Once the NAV or DEST hard keys are pressed, this Caution screen appears and OK must be pressed to access the navigation map. When getting started the navigation system can be set to preferences or information that has been entered can be deleted using various options. A. Radio Preset keys. See AM-FM C. FAV (Favorite) key. See “Storing Radio on page 12. Radio Station Presets” later in B. SELECT. See “Navigation Hard this section. Also see AM-FM Keys” under Using the Navigation Radio on page 12. System on page 41.
  • Infotainment System 7 D. TONE key. See “Navigation J. NAV (Navigation Screen). P. X (Eject) key. See CD/DVD Hard Keys” under Using the See “Navigation Hard Keys” Player on page 18. Navigation System on page 41. under Using the Navigation E. MENU/SEL (Menu/Select) knob. System on page 41. Q. l g SEEK keys. See AM-FM See “Navigation Hard Keys” K. DEST (Destination) key. Radio on page 12, CD/DVD under Using the Navigation See Destination on page 52. Player on page 18, and System on page 41. Hard Drive Device (HDD) L. 5 / 0 key. See “Bluetooth” in on page 27. F. CONFIG (Configure) key. See the index of the vehicle’s Configure Menu on page 65. R. HDD DVD AUX (Source). owner manual. See “Navigation Hard Keys” G. 0 BACK. See “Navigation Hard M. DEL (Delete) key. See Hard under Using the Navigation Keys” under Using the Navigation Drive Device (HDD) on page 27. System on page 41. System on page 41. S. RADIO BAND (AM, FM, XM, N. k (Play/Pause) key. H. INFO key. See “Navigation See “Navigation Hard Keys” CD, etc.). See “Navigation Hard Keys” under Using the under Using the Navigation Hard Keys” under Using the Navigation System on page 41. System on page 41. Navigation System on page 41. I. RPT (Repeat) key. See O. REC (Record) key. See Hard T. VOL/ O (Volume/Power) knob. “Navigation Hard Keys” under Drive Device (HDD) on page 27. See “Navigation Hard Keys” Using the Navigation System under Using the Navigation on page 41. System on page 41.
  • 8 Infotainment System NAV (Navigation) Menu The Navigation menu screen allows access to the navigation system settings. To scroll through the available setup Setup Menu options, press the CONFIG hard Press the CONFIG hard key to key repeatedly, or touch the desired display the Setup menu. The Setup tab at the top of the screen menu allows you to access screens 1. Press the NAV hard key to go Languages where you can configure various to the navigation map screen. audio, navigation display, phone, To change the display language from The map and your current vehicle vehicle configuration, and time what the system is currently set to, location will be shown. features. see “Vehicle Configuration Menu” 2. Press the NAV hard key to toggle in the index of the vehicle’s owner between a split (map/audio) view manual. or a full map view. The vehicle supports English, French (Canadian) and Spanish (Latin). The default language is English.
  • Infotainment System 9 English, Metric, and Imperial Storing Radio Station Presets Entering an Address and Unit Conversion Up to 36 preset stations can Point of Interest, and Storing You can also use the Driver be stored. AM, FM, and XM Preset Destinations Information Center (DIC) to change (if equipped) can be mixed. The vehicle must be in P (Park) to your display’s readings between To store presets: perform these operations. English, Metric, and Imperial units. 1. Press the O to turn the Entering an Address See “Driver Information Center” in the index of the vehicle’s owner system on. If having trouble finding a city or a manual for more information. 2. If viewing a map screen, touch the street name: source screen button, press the Deleting Personal Information • Enter the street name first RADIO BAND key, or press the instead of the city name, The navigation system can record FAV key. or vice versa. and store destinations and personal 3. Select the band. information such as names and • Enter more characters or reduce addresses. 4. Seek or tune to the desired the amount of characters to station, to select it. reduce or expand the available At times, such as when you are options. 5. Press and hold one of the preset selling or disposing of your vehicle, screen buttons for more than To set a destination by entering a you may want to delete this one and a half seconds. street name: information: 6. Repeat the steps for each 1. Press the DEST hard key. • Previous Destinations preset. • Address Book, Fav Route, Preset 2. If necessary, enter the state/ Destinations, and HDD music files To change the number of preset province name. The last state/ pages, see AM-FM Radio on page . province name is automatically recalled.
  • 10 Infotainment System 3. Select the street name field. Enter 7. Select the GO screen if correct. 4. Press the Point of Interest the street name. Do not enter The route will calculate. screen button. directional information or street 8. Select the route preference for 5. Enter the specific title of the type. Use the space screen fastest, shortest, or easiest. POI in the POI name space button between street and city The chosen route preference (i.e. Washington Monument). names. For example, enter highlights. See “Navigation N. Royal Oak Rd as Royal Oak. If four or less names are Settings” under Configure available, a list displays. If more Use the backspace ( q ) screen Menu on page 65 for more than four are available, there is button to delete an incorrect information. a match counter with a number character. in it, representing the number of 9. Select the Start screen button A list displays if four or fewer and the route is calculated. available POI names. Select the names are available. If there List button to view the list. Select are more than four, there is a See “Address Entry” under the POI. match counter with a number of Destination on page 52 for more information. 6. Select the Go screen button. available streets. Select the list The system calculates the button to view the list and select Entering a Point of Interest (POI) route. the street. To set a destination by entering 7. Select the route preference 4. Select the city from the list or a Point of Interest (POI): (Fastest, Shortest, or Easiest). enter the city name. The system highlights the route. 5. Enter the house number. This 1. Press the O to turn the system on. 8. Select the Start Guidance screen field is automatically selected. button. The route is now ready to 6. Press the OK button or the 2. A caution could appear. be started. preset 6 on the faceplate. Touch the OK screen button The address information screen to proceed. See “Point of Interest (POI)” under displays the address entered. Destination on page 52 for more 3. Press the DEST hard key. information.
  • Infotainment System 11 Storing Preset Destinations The address book entry name 4. Select one of the available appears in that preset destination preset destination screen 1. Press the O to turn the screen button and is now buttons. The system calculates system on. available to select from the Select the route. 2. A caution could appear. Touch Destination screen. See “Using 5. Select the route preference the OK screen button to proceed. Your Stored Preset Destinations” (Fastest, Shortest, or Easiest). next in this section to select it as a The system highlights the route. 3. Press the NAV or DEST hard key. destination. 4. Enter a destination. See 6. Select the Start Guidance screen See “Adding or Changing Destination on page 52 for button. The route is now ready to Preset Destinations” under information on how to enter a be started. Destination on page 52 for more destination. information on how to See “Preset Destination” under 5. Press the Mark screen button add preset destinations. Destination on page 52 for more from the map screen to add information. the current final destination Using the Stored Preset to the address book. Destinations Canceling Guidance The address book screen These destinations are available for Guidance is canceled once you appears. selection while driving. arrive at the final destination. To cancel guidance prior to 6. Select the Name screen button. 1. Press the O to turn the arrival at the final destination: An alpha-keyboard displays. system on. Enter the name. 1. Press the DEST hard key. 2. A caution could appear. 7. Press and hold one of the Touch the OK screen button 2. Press the Cancel Guidance screen buttons at the bottom to proceed. screen button. of the screen until the text in 3. Press the Yes screen button to the button changes. 3. Press the DEST hard key. confirm cancellation.
  • 12 Infotainment System Voice Guidance Cleaning the Display Radio To adjust the volume of voice Notice: If you use abrasive guidance prompts: cleaners when cleaning glass AM-FM Radio 1. Press the CONFIG hard key to surfaces, you could scratch the glass. When cleaning the Playing the Radio enter the menu options, then press the CONFIG key repeatedly glass, use only a soft cloth and Audio Source Menu until Nav is selected or touch the do not spray cleaner directly Nav screen button. on the system. O (Power/Volume): to turn the radio on or off. Turn the knob to 2. Press the Voice Prompt screen Do not apply spray cleaner directly increase or decrease the volume. button. to the system, the cleaner could The volume is adjusted for the affect the mechanical parts. current audio source, active 3. Press the Voice Volume screen button. Do not wipe the panel with a hard navigation voice guidance, cloth or use a volatile liquid such as or voice prompts. 4. Press the + (plus) or – (minus) thinner or alcohol, it could scratch screen buttons to increase The steering wheel controls can the surface or erase the characters or to decrease the volume also be used to adjust the volume. on the buttons. of the voice prompts. See “Steering Wheel Audio Controls” in the vehicle’s owner manual for See “Voice Volume” under more information. Configure Menu on page 65 for more information. Also, see “Radio Settings” and “Automatic Volume Control” earlier in this section.
  • Infotainment System 13 TUNE: Turn the knob to change AUX (Auxiliary): Press the the radio station. See “Finding HDD/DVD/AUX hard key until a Station” following for more the aux source is selected. information. AM/FM/XM: Press the RADIO BAND hard key to select the AM, FM, or XM band. The audio sources can also be changed by using the steering wheel controls. See “Steering Wheel Audio Controls” in the index of the vehicle’s owner manual for more information. Touch the source indicator tab to HDD/DVD/AUX: Change to DISC, display the current audio source HDD, USB, or AUX by pressing screen. The display shows a split the HDD/DVD/AUX hard key screen with the audio source screen until the desired source is selected. If the audio system is on and you on the left side and the map or are viewing a map screen, a touch HDD (Hard Drive Device): Press guidance screen on the right side. sensitive source indicator tab will the HDD/DVD/AUX hard key until Touch the Full Map button to exit appear at the top of the map the HDD source is selected. the split view screen. screens.
  • 14 Infotainment System Navigation Audio System Adjusting the Speakers EQ Settings Sound Menu To adjust the speaker balance using To access the sound menu, press the Sound menu: the Tone button. • Touch and hold the left arrow button for more sound from Use the Sound Menu to adjust the the left speakers or the right following features: arrow button for more sound • Setting the Tone from the right speakers. • Adjusting the Speakers The middle position balances the sound between the left Setting the Tone and right speakers. To adjust the tone using the To adjust the speaker fade: Sound menu: • Touch and hold the front arrow To adjust the bass, treble and button for more sound from the EQ (Equalization): The EQ midrange: front speakers and the rear arrow settings are selected through the button for more sound from sound menu. EQ provides a choice • Treble: Touch the Treble (+) of Manual, Talk, Country, Pop, or (−) to change the level. the rear speakers. The middle position balances the sound Rock, or Classical settings. • Mid (Midrange): Touch the between the front and rear Mid (+) or (−) to change the level. speakers. • Bass: Touch the Bass (+) or (−) to change the level.
  • Infotainment System 15 Radio Settings Audio system settings or features • HDD FAV Pages (Number can be customized for: of Favorite Categories for • Automatic Volume Control HDD Mode) Select OFF, Low, Medium, or Selects the categories such as High sensitivity to automatically Playlist, Artist, Album, and Genre adjust the volume to minimize the to be used as a favorite category effects of unwanted background during HDD mode. noise that can result from • DivX Registration Code changing road surfaces, driving Displays the DivX registration speeds or open windows. code used for DivX media This feature works best at playback. lower volume settings where background noise is typically Finding a Station louder than the sound system To access the RADIO volume. Select the band, see “Source settings menu: Selection” earlier in this section. • Number of Favorite Pages • Press the CONFIG hard key, Turn the TUNE knob to find a radio Change the number of station. To select a preset station, then touch the Radio tab. mixed-band preset pages touch the corresponding preset • Press the CONFIG hard key until when using the FAV hard key. button. the Radio menu displays. Touch 1 to 6 to select the number of preset lists. See “Mixed-Band Presets” later for more information.
  • 16 Infotainment System Seeking a Station Mixed-Band Presets 4. Touch and hold one of the Press SEEK hard key to search for preset buttons for more than Up to 36 preset stations can a station. two seconds. The station be stored. Each page can store frequency appears on the preset six preset stations. The presets Local Station List Search button at the bottom of the within a page can be from different display. radio bands. 5. Repeat the steps for each preset To scroll through the pages, press in each page. the FAV button. The current page number displays above the preset To recall a preset station from a buttons. The stored stations for each FAV page: list displays on the touch-sensitive 1. Press FAV to scroll to the page. preset buttons at the bottom of the screen. The number of preset FAV 2. Touch the preset button. The lists can be changed. stored preset station is recalled. To store a radio station to a Timeshift mixed-band preset list: The Timeshift feature automatically 1. Touch the RADIO BAND, then begins recording the audio when To find a list of local stations in touch AM, FM or XM to select listening to the radio. the current band AM or FM band, the desired band. press the SELECT hard key. The recording allows playback of The radio performs a search 2. Tune to the station. content that was missed. for available stations. 3. Press FAV to scroll to the list. Timeshift only stores up to 20 minutes of content. After 20 minutes, it removes the oldest content and continues recording new content.
  • Infotainment System 17 While listening to the radio, press Radio Data System (RDS) In rare cases, a radio station could k (play/pause) to stop hearing the broadcast incorrect information that The audio system has a Radio Data information through the speaker. causes the radio features to work System (RDS). RDS features are During this paused time, timeshift improperly. If this happens, contact available for use only on FM stations keeps recording. A status bar the radio station. that broadcast RDS information. displays the length of the recording. With RDS, the radio can: The RDS system is always on. To resume listening to the • Seek to stations broadcasting the When information is broadcast from broadcast at the point left off, selected type of programming the current FM station, the station name or call letters display on press k again. • Receive announcements the audio screen. RDS can provide Timeshift stops recording and concerning local and national a program type (PTY) for current erases the buffer when the vehicle emergencies programming and the name of is turned off or the station or • Display messages from radio the program being broadcasted. source is changed. stations Before turning the vehicle off, This system relies on receiving press k so that timeshift keeps specific information from these recording for 20 minutes. If the stations and only works when vehicle is still off after 20 minutes, the information is available. the system stops recording and all information is lost. If a low battery condition occurs, timeshift stops recording and all information is erased.
  • 18 Infotainment System Satellite Radio XM Categories Audio Players XM stations are organized in XM™ Satellite Radio Service categories. CD/DVD Player Vehicles with an XM satellite radio tuner and an XM satellite The player can be used for CD, Removing or Adding Categories MP3, DVD audio and as a radio subscription can receive XM programming. 1. Press the CONFIG button DVD video player. until the radio settings menu XM is a satellite radio service With the ignition on, insert a CD/DVD appears. that is based in the 48 contiguous into the slot, label side up. The player United States and 10 Canadian 2. Select Show/Hide XM Categories pulls it in and begins playing. While provinces. XM Satellite Radio screen button. playing, the navigation system is has a wide variety of programming 3. Press the category buttons on available. and commercial-free music, the screen to show or hide the The vehicle must be in P (Park) for coast-to-coast, and in digital-quality category. video to display. sound. A service fee is required to receive the XM service. For more XM Radio Messages The DVD player is only compatible information, see www.xmradio.com See “XM Radio Messages” in with DVDs of the appropriate region or call 1-800-929-2100 in the U.S. or the vehicle’s owner manual for code that is printed on the jacket of in Canada, www.xmradio.ca or call a list of possible XM messages. most DVDs. 1-877-438-9677. When XM is active, the channel name and number, category name, song title, and artist displays on the screen.
  • Infotainment System 19 The system is capable of playing: To avoid damage to the CD/DVD The disc automatically plays once • Most audio CDs player: loaded. • CD-R • Do not use scratched or Press X to eject a disc from the damaged discs CD/DVD player. If the disc is not • CD-RW • Do not apply labels to discs. removed within a short period of • MP3 or unprotected WMA The labels could get caught time, it automatically is pulled back formats in the player. into the player. • DVD-Video • Insert only one disc at a time. Playing a CD/DVD • DVD-Audio • Keep the loading slot free A disc must be loaded to select the • DVD-R/RW of foreign materials, liquids source. and debris. • DVD+R/RW When a disc is loaded, the DISC If a description label is needed, try icon displays. When playing any compatible labeling the top of the disc using recordable disc, the sound quality a marking pen. There are two ways to play a can be reduced due to disc quality, CD/DVD: the method of recording, the quality Loading and Ejecting Discs of the music or video that has been • Insert the disc (tilt slightly if recorded, or the way the disc has To load a disc: necessary) and play starts been handled. 1. Turn the ignition on. automatically. There can be increased skipping, 2. Insert a disc into the slot, label • Press the HDD/DVD/AUX hard difficulty in recording tracks, and side up. The player pulls it in key, then touch the DISC difficulty in finding tracks/chapters the rest of the way. If the disc is screen button. and/or difficulty in loading and damaged or improperly loaded, ejecting. If these problems occur, there is an error and the disc check the disc for damage or try ejects. a known good disc.
  • 20 Infotainment System Playing an Audio CD l (Seek Up/FWD): TUNE: Turn the knob to the right or left to go to the next or previous • Seeks to the next track. track. • Press and hold to fast forward Multifunctional: Turn the knob to through a track. Release the display the track list. Select the track button to return to playing speed. from the list. The system plays the Elapsed time displays. selected track and returns to the CD g (Seek Down/REV): screen. • Press to seek to the beginning Shuffle of the current or previous track. If the track has been playing for less than five seconds, it seeks the previous track. If longer than A track number displays at the five seconds, the current track beginning of each track. Song, starts from the beginning. Artist, and Album information • Press and hold to fast reverse displays when available. through a track. Release the This icon displays when Shuffle button to return to playing speed. mode is on. See “CD Menu” Use the following controls to play Elapsed time displays. following. the disc: k (Play/Pause): Use to start, pause, or resume play.
  • Infotainment System 21 CD Menu Playing an Audio and After the DVD is loaded, the menu Video DVD options display on the DVD screen. The menu options time out and a full screen appears after about 10 seconds. Touch anywhere on the navigation system screen or press the FAV, HDD/DVD/AUX, or BACK hard keys to view the menu screen again. Use the preset hard keys or touch screen buttons to operate the DVD options There are two pages of DVD options. Select the arrow button, Touch the CD Menu screen button located in the bottom right corner to display the CD Menu. To view the DVD video, the vehicle of the screen, to access the must be in P (Park) for an automatic other page. Only the highlighted Shuffle: Plays the tracks randomly transmission or the parking brake functions are available for use. rather than in sequence. Touch must be engaged for a manual Some menu options are only again to stop shuffle. A check mark transmission. available when the disc is not indicates shuffle is on. playing. Track List: Displays the list of tracks on the disc. Select the track from the list. The selected track plays and the CD screen displays.
  • 22 Infotainment System DVD Options l (Seek Up/FWD): Press to seek Press and hold to fast reverse to the next chapter. Press more than through a disc. When fast reverse Full Screen: Select to hide the once to continue moving forward is active, press again to change DVD options and display the full through the disc. the speed. Elapsed time displays. video image. Touch anywhere on the navigation system screen or Press k to resume playing. Press and hold to fast forward press the FAV, HDD/DVD/AUX, through a disc. When fast forward TUNE: Turn the knob to the right or or BACK hard key to re-display is active, press again to change left to go to the next or previous the source screen buttons over the speed. Elapsed time displays. chapter. the video image. Press k to resume playing. Stop: Select to stop the DVD. Cursor: Touch this button to access To resume playing the DVD from the cursor menu. The arrows and g (Seek Down/REV): Press other cursor options allow navigation to seek to the beginning of the where it stopped, press k. Press of the DVD menu options. The cursor current or previous chapter. If the twice to start the DVD from the menu options are only available if a chapter has played for less than beginning. DVD has a menu. five seconds, it goes to the previous Shuffle: Select to play the tracks chapter. If the chapter has played randomly rather than in sequence. q, Q, r, R (Arrow Buttons): longer than five seconds, the current Select again to play sequential. Use these arrow buttons to move chapter is restarted. More than This button is available for around the DVD menu. one press continues moving DVD audio discs. back through the disc. k (Play/Pause): Use to start, pause or resume play.
  • Infotainment System 23 Top Menu: Select to display the first Audio: Select to change the audio • The disc is very hot. Try the disc menu of the DVD. Availability of this stream and the audio language again when the temperature feature is dependent on the DVD. heard, while the DVD is playing. returns to normal. Continue pressing to cycle through Menu: Select to display the menu • The road is very rough. Try the the available audio streams or for the part of the DVD that is disc again when the road is languages, depending on the DVD. currently playing. Availability of this smoother. feature is dependent on the DVD Subtitle: Select while a DVD is • The disc is dirty, scratched, wet, and is not available for audio DVDs. playing to view with subtitles on or upside down. or off or to change the language of Keypad: Select to display and the subtitles. Continue pressing to • The air is very humid. Try the search through the chapter, track cycle through the available subtitle disc again later. or menu number screen. On the languages and to turn subtitles off, • There could have been a keypad, enter the title/chapter depending on the DVD playing. problem while burning the disc. number or the group/track number. Pan Scan: Select to turn on • The label might be caught in the Search: Select to perform a title Pan Scan. CD/DVD player. search. Error Messages If the CD or DVD is not playing Angle: Select to adjust the viewing correctly, for any other reason, angle of the DVD, depending on If Disc Read Error displays and/or try a known good CD or DVD. the DVD, while the DVD is playing. the disc comes out, it could be Continue pressing to cycle through for one of the following reasons: If any error continues, contact your the viewing angles. dealer/retailer. • The disc has an invalid or unknown format. • The disc is not from a correct region.
  • 24 Infotainment System MP3 • Maximum of 1024 files on a disc. • Recorded on a CD-R or Playing an MP3 CD and DVD CD-RW with a maximum MP3 Format capacity of 700 MB. There are guidelines that must • DVD-Dual Layer discs should not be met, when creating an MP3 be used. disc or the CD might not play. • The Artist/Album/Song Titles/ The guidelines are: Genre information requires a CD • Sampling rate: 8 kHz, 16 kHz, to be fully scanned before the 22.05 kHz, 24 kHz, 32 kHz, music navigator works with these 44.1 kHz, and 48 kHz. menus. Disc scanning does not occur when the disc is being • Bit rates supported: 8, 16, 24, played. If a disc is already loaded, but you 32, 40, 48, 56, 64, 80, 96, are currently on a map screen or 112, 128, 144, 160, 192, 224, When an MP3 is loaded in the listening to a different audio source, 256, and 320 kbps. player, MP3 displays. press the HDD/DVD/AUX hard key • Maximum number of folders is to switch to the DISC source. A track 255 with a maximum hierarchy number appears on the display when of eight folders. each track starts to play.
  • Infotainment System 25 To play a disc: Press and hold this button to reverse quickly through playback. Release k (Play/Pause): Use to start, the button to return to playing speed. pause or resume play of a Elapsed time displays. loaded disc. Tune: Turn to go to the next or l (Seek Up/FWD): Press to seek previous track. to the next track. Press again to Multifunctional: Turn to display the continue moving forward through track list for the current mode/folder. the disc. Select the track from the list. The Press and hold to advance quickly system plays the selected track through playback. Release the and returns to the CD screen. button to return to playing speed. Disc Music Menu: See “Disc Music Elapsed time displays. Select any of the following category Menu” following for more information. buttons on the MP3 music menu g (Seek Down/REV): Press to to display the corresponding Disc Music Menu seek to the beginning of the current category screen: or previous track. If the track has Touch the DISC Menu screen • Folders/Playlists played for less than five seconds, it button or press the Select hard key while on the Disc audio screen Select to view the folders stored goes to the previous track. If longer on the disc. Select a folder to than five seconds, the current track to display the DISC Music Menu. view the list of all the songs restarts. Press again to continue in that folder. There might be moving back through the disc. a delay before the list displays. Select the song from the list and it begins to play.
  • 26 Infotainment System • Track List (All Songs) • Genres Empty Directory or Folder Select to view a list of all songs Select to view the genres on the If a root directory or folder is empty on the disc. There might be a disc. Select a genre to view a list or contains only folders, the player delay before the list displays. of all songs of that genre. There advances to the next folder in the file Select a song from the list and might be a delay before the list structure that contains a compressed it begins to play. Songs are displays. Select a song from the audio file. The empty folder(s) are displayed based on the CD list and it begins to play. not displayed or numbered. burning application folder and • Song Titles file structure used. No Folder Select to display a list of all songs When the CD only contains • Artists on the disc. There might be a compressed audio files without Select to view the list of artists delay before the list displays. any folders or playlists, all files that have been stored on the disc. Select a song from the list and are located under the root folder. Select an artist name to view a list it begins to play. Songs are of all songs by the artist. There displayed in alphabetical order File System and Naming might be a delay before the list based on the Song Title ID3 tag, The displayed song title is taken displays. Select the desired song if available. from the file’s ID3 tag. If a song from the list and it begins to play. Root Directory title is not present in the ID3 tag, • Albums the radio displays the file name The root directory is treated as as the track name. Select to view the albums on the a folder. All files contained directly disc. Select the album to view under the root directory are Preprogrammed Playlists a list of all songs on the album. accessed prior to any root directory There might be a delay before the The radio recognizes folders. list displays. Select a song from preprogrammed playlists, however, the list and it begins to play. there is no editing capability. These playlists are treated as special folders containing compressed audio song files.
  • Infotainment System 27 Hard Drive Device (HDD) To select the hard drive audio Recording from a CD to the source: Hard Drive With a Hard Drive Device (HDD), songs can be recorded. The speed of the recording increases if you are listening to The type of format supported by the another source while recording. HDD are: To record all tracks from the disc: • MP3 1. Load a CD or press the • MP3-Pro (with spectral brand REC button. replication). 2. Press HDD/DVD/AUX hard key • WMA until the Disc screen displays. • OGG Vorbis 3. A confirmation displays. • Audible.com • M4A Press the HDD/DVD/AUX hard key, Songs can be recorded from a CD cycle through the available audio player or a mass media storage source until the HDD source displays device connected by a USB or press the HDD/DVD/AUX hard key connector. The hard drive has once, and touch the HDD source 10 GB memory capacity for button. storage of media files. For optimal recording performance make sure the disc is clean with no damage, otherwise the system might partially record the track. 4. Select All Songs to record all tracks. A progress bar displays.
  • 28 Infotainment System To record selected tracks from 3. A confirmation displays. If it is determined that some or none the disc: 4. Select All Songs to copy all of the content exists, then only that 1. Load a CD or press HDD/DVD/ tracks. A progress bar displays. content will be copied to the hard AUX hard key until the Disc drive. To record selected tracks: screen displays. If the same file is recorded from 1. Connect a USB device. USB and CD, it is possible to have 2. Press Seek up and Seek down or CD/Disc Music Menu to 2. Press HDD/DVD/AUX hard key duplicate tracks. select a song for recording. until the disc screen displays the USB screen. CD Eject 3. Press the REC hard key. 3. Use the Seek up and Seek down If the CD ejects before the recording 4. A confirmation displays. process completes, only tracks that or USB Music Menu to select a 5. Select the song name to record. song for recording. have been completely recorded are A progress bar displays. stored to the hard drive, incomplete 4. Press the REC hard key. tracks are discarded. Recording from a USB Device 5. A confirmation displays. to the Hard Drive Power Mode 6. Select the song name to record. To copy all tracks from the USB A progress bar displays. If the system is turned off during device: a CD or USB recording process, Duplicate Content it stops. When the radio is turned 1. Connect a USB device or press back on, the recording process HDD/DVD/AUX hard key until When the record function is started, does not resume automatically. the disc screen displays the there is a check to verify that it USB screen. does not already exist on the hard drive. If the entire content of the CD 2. Press the REC hard key. exists on the hard drive, it will not record the content.
  • Infotainment System 29 Playing Hard Disc Drive l (Seek Up/FWD): Press to seek Multifunctional: Turn this knob to Content to the next track. display the track list. For example, if in artist mode it only displays the Press and hold to advance quickly track by the selected artist. Select through playback. Release the the desired track from the list. button to return to playing speed. The system plays the selected track Elapsed time displays. and returns to the HDD screen. g (Seek Down/REV): Press DEL (Delete): Select to delete a to seek to the beginning of the song from the hard drive. Select the current or previous track. If the song from the HDD Music Menu track has been playing for less screen to delete. than five seconds, the previous track To delete an entire list of Artists, plays. If longer than five seconds, Albums, or Genres, select the the current track restarts. category from the HDD Music To operate hard drive functions Press and hold this button to reverse Menu screen. while the HDD source is active, quickly through playback. Release use the following hard keys the button to return to playing speed. or touch-sensitive buttons: Elapsed time appears on the display. k (Play/Pause): Press to start, TUNE: Turn the knob to the right or left to go to the next or previous pause or resume play of the current track. media source.
  • 30 Infotainment System HDD Music Menu More Like This: Select to use Album: Select to view the albums From the HDD screen, touch Gracenote music recognition on the hard drive. Select an album to the HDD Menu screen button technology and related data to view a list of all songs on the album. on the HDD screen to display generate a list of songs similar to Select a song from the list. Once the HDD Music Menu. the current song. Select a song selected, Album Mode displays. from the list. All Songs: Select to view a list This feature is only available of all songs on the hard drive. Select with songs recorded to the HDD a song from the list. Once selected, from Audio CDs, not MP3s All Songs Mode displays. and other compressed audio. Genres: Select to view the genres When recording CDs to the HDD on the hard drive. Select a genre to there might be delays to build the list view a list of all songs of that genre. until all the files are compressed. Select a song from the list. Once selected, Genre Mode displays. Playlist: Select to view the playlists on the hard drive. Select a playlist to Recently Saved: Select to view a view a list of all songs in the playlist. list of the 50 most recently saved Select a song from the list. Once songs to the HDD. Once selected, Select any of the following buttons selected, Playlist Mode displays. Recently Saved Mode displays. on the HDD Music Menu: Artist: Select to view the artists on Shuffle: Select to play the tracks the hard drive. Select an artist to randomly rather than in sequence. view a list of all songs by that artist. Select a song from the list. Once selected, Artist Mode displays.
  • Infotainment System 31 Saving HDD Favorites 2. Select FAV from the HDD Music Playing from USB During HDD playback, to save the Menu. Favorite Artist, Album current song playing to a category and Genre are in the preset: corresponding list. • Press the FAV hard key until the USB Host Support FAV playlist category displays. The USB connector uses • Touch and hold a preset button the USB 2.0. on the bottom of the screen until the Saved to Favorites USB Supported Devices message displays. • USB flash sticks or pen drives. To save an entire Artist, Album, or • Portable USB Hard Drives. Genre to a FAV category preset: Special care needs to be taken • Press the FAV hard key until the related to the power source of these devices (USB bus powered A USB Mass Storage device can be correct FAV category appears. connected to the USB port to copy vs. external power). • Touch and hold a preset button compressed audio files onto the hard on the bottom of the screen. • Portable media adapters that drive. Content can also be played support SD Flash, Compact directly from the USB device. Playing HDD Favorites Flash, or SD Micro. The USB port is located in the Favorites can be played two Depending on the USB mass center console. different ways. storage device, some devices might not be recognized. The USB icon displays when the 1. Press the FAV hard key until the USB device connected. appropriate FAV HDD category Music can be played directly from displays. the USB device and controlled Touch a preset button at the through MP3 control functions bottom of the HDD screen. and menu.
  • 32 Infotainment System To play a USB device: g (Seek Down/REV): Press USB Music Menu • Connect the USB and it begins to seek to the beginning of the to play. current or previous track. If the track has been playing for less • Press the HDD/DVD/AUX hard than five seconds, the previous key, then touch the USB track plays. If playing longer than screen button. five seconds, the current track While the USB source is active, restarts. Press and hold to reverse use the following to operate quickly through playback. Release USB function: the button to return to playing speed. Elapsed time displays. k (Play/Pause): Press to start, pause or resume play of the current TUNE: Turn the knob to the right media source. or left to go to the next or previous track. Touch the USB Menu screen button l (Seek Up/FWD): Press to seek Multifunction: Turn this knob to or press the Select hard key while on to the next track. display the track list. For example, the USB audio screen to display the Press and hold to advance quickly if in artist mode it only displays the USB Music Menu. through playback. Release the track by the selected artist. Select Select any of the following buttons button to return to playing speed. the desired track from the list. The on the USB Music Menu: Elapsed time displays. system plays the selected track and returns to the USB screen. Shuffle: Select to play the tracks randomly rather than in sequence. USB Music Menu: See USB Music Select again to stop this function. Menu following for more information.
  • Infotainment System 33 Folder/Playlist: Select to view the All Songs: Select to view a list Playing from an iPod® playlists stored on the USB. Select of all songs stored on the USB. iPod® is a trademark of Apple Inc., a folder/playlist to view a list of all Select a song from the list. Once registered in the U.S. and other songs in the folder/playlist. Select a selected, All Songs Mode displays. countries. song from the list. Once selected, Folder/Playlist Mode displays. Genres: Select to view the genres stored on the USB. Select a genre to Artist: Select to view the artists view a list of all songs of that genre. stored on the USB. Select an artist to Select a song from the list. Once view a list of all songs by the artist. selected, Genre Mode displays. Select a song from the list. Once selected, Artist Mode displays. Eject USB: Select when USB is to be removed. If the USB is Album: Select to view the albums disconnected without selecting stored on the USB. Select an album Eject USB, the files could become to view a list of all songs on the corrupted. album. Select a song from the list. Once selected, Album Mode displays. This feature supports the following iPod models: • Fifth generation or later iPod • First, Second, or Third generation iPod Nano • iPod Classic • iPod Touch
  • 34 Infotainment System For proper operation, make sure the The iPod battery recharges iPod Music Menu iPod has the latest firmware from automatically while the ignition Apple®. iPod firmware can be is on or in the ACC/ACCESSORY updated using the latest iTunes® position. When the ignition is turned application. off while an iPod is connected using the iPod USB cable, the iPod For more information, visit battery stops charging and the iPod www.apple.com/itunes automatically turns off. To connect and control an iPod, If the iPod is a model that is not connect one end of the standard supported, it can still be listened to iPod USB cable to the iPod’s in the vehicle by connecting it to the dock connector. Connect the auxiliary input jack using a standard other end to the USB port in 3.5 mm (1/8 inch) stereo cable. the center console. See Auxiliary Devices on page 40 for iPod music information displays more information. Select any of the following buttons on on the radio’s display and begins the iPod Music Menu to display the playing through the vehicle’s corresponding screen: audio system. Shuffle: Select this button to play the tracks randomly rather than in sequence. Select the button again to stop this function.
  • Infotainment System 35 Playlist: Select this button to view All Songs: Select this button to Audio Book: Select this button to the playlists that have been stored on view a list of all songs stored on the view the audio books that have been the iPod. Select a playlist name to iPod. Then, select the desired song stored on the iPod. Select an audio view a list of all songs in the playlist. from the list. Once a song has been book name to view a list of all songs Select the desired song from the list. selected “All Songs Mode” appears of that genre. Select the desired Once a song has been selected on the iPod main screen to show that song from the list. Once a song has “Playlist Mode” appears on the iPod music is being played from the All been selected “Audio Book Mode” main screen to show that music is Songs category. appears on the iPod main screen. playing from a playlist. Genres: Select this button to view Podcasts appear with the general Artist: Select this button to view the the genres that have been stored on music. They do not have their own artists that have been stored on the the iPod. Select a genre name to category. Like the other music files, iPod. Select an artist name to view a view a list of all songs of that genre. they are searchable by title, artist, list of all songs by the artist. Select Select the desired song from the list. album. the desired song from the list. Once Once a song has been selected a song has been selected “Artist “Genre Mode” appears on the iPod Eject iPod: Select this button to Mode” appears on the iPod main main screen to show that music is remove the iPod. If the iPod is screen to show that music is being being played from a specific genre. disconnected without selecting played from a specific artist. this button, the files on the iPod Composers: Select this button could be corrupted. Album: Select this button to view to view the composers that have the albums that have been stored on been stored on the iPod. Select a the iPod. Select an album name to composer name to view a list of all view a list of all songs on the album. songs of that composer. Select the Select the desired song from the list. desired song from the list. Once a Once a song has been selected song has been selected “Composer “Album Mode” appears on the iPod Mode” appears on the iPod main main screen to show that music is screen to show that music is being being played from a specific album. played from a specific composer.
  • 36 Infotainment System Audio Book After inserting the USB or CD Playing Audio Book Content storage media, the following After activating and transferring The system can play back audio screen displays: audible.com files to the system, book content downloaded from www.audible.com® by either burning play the files by: it to a CD or recording it to a USB storage device. Audible.com is a provider of spoken word audio entertainment, information, and educational programming. The use of the audible.com playback feature requires that the audible.com account be activated with the radio. For more information on creating an account or how to activate the radio with your existing account, Press Record All screen button to visit www.audible.com/caraudio. record all available audio books. 1. Press the HDD/DVD/AUX hard The activation process requires the A specific audio book to record key until the HDD source is Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) can be selected by pressing selected. of the vehicle. the Select Book screen button. Once activated, files can be After the files have been recorded, transferred by burning them to a CD eject the CD/USB external media. or by using a USB storage device.
  • Infotainment System 37 2. Enter the HDD Menu, the HDD 3. The Audio Book screen displays a 4. Then, select a chapter to start Music Menu displays. Scroll list of the available audio books playback. down to the Audio Book option for playback. Select a book. and select.
  • 38 Infotainment System Selecting Another Audio Book To play a different audio book from the one selected, return to the Audio Book menu options. To change the audio book currently playing: 5. The audio book begins playback. 2. The Audio Book screen displays a list of the available audio books for playback. Select a book. 1. Press the Select hard key or touch the HDD Menu screen button to enter that screen menu. The HDD Music Menu displays. Scroll down to the Audio Book option.
  • Infotainment System 39 Changing Chapters within an Audio Book To change chapters within an audio book: 3. Select a chapter to start 4. The audio book begins playback. playback. While the audio book is playing, turn the multifunction knob. The chapter list of the current book displays. Select a chapter from the list. To return to the current chapter being played, select the chapter with the checkmark located at the right.
  • 40 Infotainment System Auxiliary Devices If an auxiliary device has already Rear Seat been connected, but a different This vehicle has an auxiliary input source is currently active, do either Infotainment jack located in the center console. of the following to switch back to Possible auxiliary audio sources the auxiliary source: Rear Seat Entertainment include: • Press the HDD/DVD/AUX hard (RSE) System • Laptop computer key repeatedly to cycle through This vehicle might have rear seat • MP3 player all of the available audio displays, for viewing movies and source screens, until the AUX videos in the rear seat. This feature • Tape player source screen is selected. can be controlled through the This jack is not an audio output. • Press the HDD/DVD/AUX hard navigation radio screen. Do not plug headphones into the key once, then touch the AUX auxiliary input jack. Drivers are A DVD can play in the navigation source screen button. encouraged to set up any auxiliary radio, or from an auxiliary video device while the vehicle is in source. P (Park). To use the rear seat displays: Connect a 3.5 mm (1/8 inch) cable 1. Insert a DVD into the navigation from the auxiliary device to the radio or an attached auxiliary auxiliary input jack. When a device is video source. connected, the system automatically begins playing audio from the device 2. Press the HDD/DVD/AUX hard over the vehicle speakers. key until the AV source screen displays.
  • Infotainment System 41 Navigation Using the Navigation System Use the hard keys on the navigation system and the available touch screen buttons on the navigation screen to operate the system. See Overview on page 4. Various functions are disabled when the vehicle is moving. 3. Press Rear Display 1 for 4. Select the video source to be left video screen or Rear used (AUX A/V or DVD). Navigation Hard Keys Display 2 for right video. The hard keys are on the navigation system: VOL/ O (Volume/Power): Press to turn the system on and off. Use to adjust the volume for the audio, OnStar®, voice guidance, and voice recognition voice prompts.
  • 42 Infotainment System INFO (Information): Press for RPT (Navigation Repeat): Press Touch Screen Buttons Weather information (if equipped) to repeat the last voice guidance Touch screen buttons are on the and climate control displays prompt. screen and are highlighted when a (if equipped). DEST (Destination): Press to feature is available. Some toggle CONFIG (Configure): Press to plan a route through the Select screen buttons highlight when active adjust features for radio, navigation, Destination menu. If route guidance and grey-out when inactive. display, phone, vehicle, and time. is active, press to access the Route See Configure Menu on page 65 for Menu. See Destination on page 52 Alpha-Numeric Keyboard more information. for more information. Letters of the alphabet, symbols, punctuation, and numbers, when SELECT: Turn to highlight a BACK: Press to return to the available, display on the navigation feature. Press to activate the previous screen in a menu. screen as alpha or numeric highlighted feature. The BACK button does not work keyboard. The alpha keyboard in primary display screens, such NAV (Navigation): Press to view displays when data needs to be as phone, sound settings, configure the vehicle’s current position on the entered. settings, info screens, map screen, map screen. Continue pressing to or audio screen. All characters are touch screen cycle through the full map and split buttons. Touch to select. screen. Full Map displays the screen The preset buttons numbered in full view, split screen displays both one through six can be used to À-Ý (Accent Alphabet): To select map and audio information. select the soft key buttons on letters with accent symbols. the bottom of the display. A-Z (Alphabet): To select letters from the alphabet.
  • Infotainment System 43 Symbols: To select symbols. Navigation Settings The touch-sensitive buttons available are: U (Space): To enter a space The navigation menu screen between characters or the words of accesses the navigation system Voice Prompt a name. settings. This menu allows changes to the voice features. q (Backspace): The backspace screen button is used to delete an incorrect character that has been selected. To make name selection easier, the system highlights only characters that are available after the previously entered one. If a name does not display after entry, try entering it differently. The map database may not contain all information. To access: 1. Press the CONFIG hard key to Voice Volume: Adjust the voice display the Setup menu. volume for guidance and voice 2. Touch the NAV tab at the top of recognition prompts by pressing the screen or press CONFIG until the (−) or (+) screen buttons or by the navigation menu displays. turning the Select knob on the infotainment system. Press the 3. Select the navigation setting to Guidance Volume button to preview change. the selected sound level.
  • 44 Infotainment System Route Preference BACK TRACK Touch the Route Preference screen Touch the BACK TRACK screen button to change route options button to turn on, off, or delete the when a route is calculated. recording and displaying of the traveled path. Voice Guidance: Enable or disable voice guidance. A checkmark indicates on. Confirmation Feedback: Turns the speech confirmation feedback on Avoid Freeway: Major roads are or off. A checkmark indicates on. avoided. Display Back Tracks: When Traffic Voice Prompt: Enable active, the traveled path displays. Avoid Toll Road: Toll roads are and disable Traffic Voice Prompts. avoided. Record Back Track Points: When A checkmark indicates feedback active, the traveled path is recorded. is on when a traffic event occurs. Avoid Ferry: Ferries are avoided. Delete Back Track Points: Deletes Avoid time and seasonal the recorded path. restricted road: Time restricted and seasonal roads are avoided.
  • Infotainment System 45 Map Database Information Low Fuel Warning: When Maps Displays map database version selected, a popup screen displays gas station icons on the map or This section includes basic information. information needed to know lists the five nearest gas stations. about the map database. Back Track Mode: When selected, the back track feature is on. Map Coverage See BACK TRACK earlier in The navigation maps are stored on this section. the hard drive. Weather Warning (if equipped): For more information on map When selected, a popup screen coverage, see Navigation Settings displays weather warnings. earlier in this section. Show 3-D Landmark: When Installing the DVD Map Disc selected, 3-D landmarks display on the map screen. Your dealer/retailer installs the map database information on the HDD. Press the Coverage button to An updated map disc can be view the major metropolitan used to update the map database coverage area. information, see Ordering Map DVDs on page 76 later in this section.
  • 46 Infotainment System Before updating the map database Handling the DVD Map Disc Map Scales on the HDD, read the following steps: • Handle the disc very carefully to 1. Turn ignition on. avoid contamination or flaws. Signals might not read out 2. Press VOL/ O to turn the properly. system on. • Use a soft cloth if the disc gets 3. Insert the map update disc into soiled and gently wipe it out from the slot, label side up. the center of the disc to the 4. Press the Update screen button outside. Do not use cleaners when the Update Confirmation or solvents. screen displays. • Do not use the disc to rest on 5. Enter the Authentication Code, while writing or drawing using any then press Enter. writing utensil or attach a seal to any of the sides or the disc. There are two methods to change 6. If the correct code is entered, the system starts updating and the • Do not keep the disc in direct the map scale: status bar displays. sunlight, high temperatures, 1. Turn the Select knob clockwise or humidity. or counterclockwise to zoom 7. Press X after the map database • Place the disc back into the out or in. update is completed. original case after use. 2. Touch the Map scale button If the application update file is which is located on the bottom included in the disc, the application Map Adjustments left-hand corner of the map update is also done. The scale of view on the map can screen to change the zoom level. be adjusted. The map scale bar times out if the zoom level is not changed within a few seconds.
  • Infotainment System 47 The scale ranges from 100 m • Scroll speed increases when Navigation Symbols (150 ft) to 400 km (250 mi). touching closer to the edge To change from English to metric, of the screen. Following are the most common see “DIC Operation and Displays” symbols that appear on a map • Press the NAV hard key to exit screen. in the index of the vehicle’s map scrolling and return to owner manual. The vehicle symbol indicates the current vehicle location on the map. the current position and heading Scroll Features direction of the vehicle on the map. • While scrolling the map, this symbol can display the distance to the crosshair area. • To scroll within the map, touch anywhere on the map screen The destination symbol marks and the scroll symbol displays. the final destination after a route has been planned. • Tap the map to center that For example, this shows that the location on the screen. map has been scrolled, 160 m (0.1 mi) away from current vehicle • Hold a finger in any direction position. outside of the scroll symbol and the map will continue to scroll in that direction until finger is removed.
  • 48 Infotainment System regardless of the direction the vehicle is traveling. Select this screen symbol to change the view to Heading up or 3-D. The waypoint symbol marks a set waypoint and is numbered depending on how many have been set. A waypoint is a stopover destination This symbol indicates that the map point added to the planned route. view is heading up. If waypoints have been added to the current route, each waypoint Heading up view displays the destination displays estimated time direction the vehicle is traveling and distance. at the top of the map screen. The shaded triangle indicates North. Select this screen symbol to change the view to North-up or 3-D. The estimated time and distance to Press this screen symbol to change the destination are displayed. to 3-D mode. The 3-D symbol is the same as the Heading up symbol, but the map This symbol indicates that the map is in 3-D. view is North up: North-up displays North at the top of the map screen
  • Infotainment System 49 Urgent Maneuver An Urgent Maneuver is displayed when the next maneuver is less than or equal to 0.8 km (0.5 mi) away on a residential road or is less than or equal to 1.5 km (2 miles) away The No GPS symbol appears when This symbol indicates that a menu on freeway. there is no Global Positioning is available and displays on the System (GPS) satellite signal. left side of the screen. Press this symbol or the SELECT hard key to access the screen menu. Driving on a Route While driving on a route, the next maneuver the map screen displays is either as an Urgent maneuver or a Non-Urgent maneuver. Driving on the Highway These symbols indicate that the information shown on the right side of the map can be hidden to show a full screen map view.
  • 50 Infotainment System Options Available on the Map Screen While on route, several options are available while viewing the map screen. To access this menu: When this symbol is selected, the distance and time remaining from the current vehicle position to the first waypoint displays. Driving on the Residential Road Non-Urgent Maneuver A non-urgent maneuver is when your distance to the next maneuver is greater than 0.8 km (0.5 mi) when driving on a residential road 1. While on the Map screen. or is greater than 1.5 km (2 miles) 2. Press the SELECT hard key to when driving on a freeway. display the menu on the left side. This menu displays if the symbol See Navigation Symbols on page 47 and waypoints are entered. Select to learn how to change the map the main map view to display the view to North up, Head up, or 3-D distance and time remaining from the view. current vehicle position to any of the set waypoints or final destination.
  • Infotainment System 51 Mark: Saves a specific location to the Address Book. Show POI Select to view POI information nearby and on route. Edit: Press to display a list of POI 2. Select the new POI icon. icons. 3. The new icon is on the Show 1. Select the POI icon to edit. POI Icons menu. The POI icon is replaced List: Displays a list of by another icon that is selected available POIs. from the next menu. There are several Preset options on Clear: Clears all selected POI on the bottom of the screen. the Show POI Icons menu. Nearby: Displays up to 200 or the selected POI(s) within a 32 km (20 mi) of the current vehicle position. The POIs can be sorted by distance, icon, or type.
  • 52 Infotainment System Hide: Select to hide the POIs Destination State/Province: Enter a from view on the map. To display, state/province name. go to the Map menu, select the While destination is not set, press the Show POI Icons menu and select DEST hard key to access the Select City: Enter a city name. the Show option. Destination screen. Several options Street Name: Enter a street name. can be selected to plan a route by entering destinations. House #: Enter a valid address number. Cross Street Name: Enter a street name that intersects with the selected street. Press this button to change the A checkmark displays on the full map screen to the half map right side when the field has been screen and half exit information. selected and the destination can be entered. After an entry step is Traffic: Provides nearby traffic completed, the checkmark moves information and traffic events on to the next item. the planned route. Whole Route: Select to choose options for the entire route. Address Entry Cancel Guidance: Cancel Set a route by entering the guidance of current route. state/province name, city name, street name, and house number.
  • Infotainment System 53 3. Enter the city name. The city 5. Enter the house number. This field is automatically selected. field is automatically selected. 4. Enter the street name, this field is 6. Press the OK button or the preset automatically selected. Do not six button on the faceplate. enter directional information or The address information screen street type. Use the space screen displays the address entered. button between street and city 7. Select the GO screen button if names. For example, enter correct. The route is calculated. N. Royal Oak Rd as Royal Oak. Use the backspace ( q ) screen 8. Select the route preference for fastest, shortest, or easiest. button to delete an incorrectly The chosen route preference entered character. highlights. See “Navigation Entering the city name first: A list displays if four or fewer Settings” under Configure 1. Press the DEST hard key. names are available. If there Menu on page 65 for more are more than four, there is a information. 2. If necessary, enter the State/ match counter with a number of Province name. The last State/ available streets. Select the list 9. Select the Start screen button Province is automatically recalled. button to view the list and select and the route is calculated. the street.
  • 54 Infotainment System Entering the Street name first: 4. Select the city from the list or 1. Press the DEST hard key. enter the city name. 2. If necessary, enter the state/ 5. Enter the house number. This province name. The last state/ field is automatically selected. province name is automatically 6. Press the OK button or the preset recalled. six button on the faceplate. 3. Select the street name field. The address information screen Enter the street name. Do not displays the address entered. enter directional information or 7. Select the GO screen if correct. street type. Use the space screen The route is calculated. button between street and city 8. Select the route preference for names. For example, enter fastest, shortest, or easiest. N. Royal Oak Rd as Royal Oak. The chosen route preference Point of Interest (POI) Use the backspace ( q ) screen highlights. See “Navigation The POI destination entry allows button to delete an incorrect Settings” under Configure selection of a destination by character. Menu on page 65 for more providing the POI name, a city A list displays if four or fewer information. name, or selecting from the POI list. names are available. If there 9. Select the Start screen button are more than four, there is a and the route is calculated. match counter with a number of available streets. Select the list button to view the list and select the street.
  • Infotainment System 55 Entering by POI Name/Phone 4. Select the POI name from 6. Select a category, then a Number the list. sub-category. 1. Press the DEST hard key. 5. Select the GO screen button on The available POI names will 2. Select the POI screen button. the confirmation screen if the display. information is correct. 7. Select the POI name. 6. Select the route preference for 8. If the POI is correct, select the fastest, shortest, or easiest. GO screen button. The route is 7. Select the Start Guidance screen calculated. button and start the route. 9. Select the route preference for Entering a POI by City Name fastest, shortest, or easiest. 1. Press the DEST hard key. 10. Select the Start Guidance screen button and start the 2. Select the Point of Interest route. screen button. 3. Select the Browse POI Selecting a POI Category Categories screen button. 1. Press the DEST hard key. 3. Enter the name or select by 4. Select the change location 2. Select the Point of Interest phone number. button. screen button. A list displays if four or fewer 5. Enter the new state and city. 3. Select the Browse POI names are available. If there Categories screen button are more than four, there is a or the preset six button match counter with a number of on the faceplate. available POI names. Select the List button to view the list.
  • 56 Infotainment System Previous Destination Address Book Select a destination from a list of previous destinations. Up to 15 points that have been previously entered can be recalled. If the list is full, the oldest destinations automatically are deleted once the newest destinations are added. 1. Press the DEST hard key. 2. Select the Previous Destination screen button. A list displays the previous destinations. 4. Select a category, then a sub-category. 3. Select the Destination. Choose a destination by selecting The available POI names 4. Select the GO screen button if an address that has been stored in display. the information is correct and the address book. the route is calculated. 5. Select the POI name. 1. Press the DEST hard key. 5. Select the route preference for 6. If the POI is correct, select the 2. Select the Address Book screen fastest, shortest, or easiest). GO screen button. The route is button. A list displays the address See “Navigation Settings” under calculated. book entries. Configure Menu on page 65 7. Select the route preference for for more information. 3. Select the destination from fastest, shortest, or easiest. the list. 6. Select the Start Guidance screen 8. Select the Start Guidance screen button and start the route. button and start the route.
  • Infotainment System 57 4. Select the GO screen button on 3. Select the Zoom in/out arrow key Lat/Long Coordinates the confirmation screen if the on the screen and touch the map Choose a destination based on information is correct. The route to locate the destination to select. Latitude and Longitudinal calculates. Press and hold a finger on the coordinates. 5. Select the route preference for map to activate fast scrolling. fastest, shortest, or easiest. 4. Select the GO screen button. See “Navigation Settings” under The route calculates. Configure Menu on page 65 5. Select the route preference for more information. for fastest, shortest, or easiest. 6. Select the Start Guidance screen See “Navigation Settings” button and start the route. under Configure Menu on page 65 for more information. Pick From Map 6. Select the Start screen button Select a destination by scrolling on and start the route. the map. 1. Press the DEST hard key. 2. Select the Pick From Map screen Enter in the location as coordinates, button. A map screen with a Latitude and Longitude. scroll symbol displays. 1. Press the DEST hard key. 2. Select the Lat/Long screen button.
  • 58 Infotainment System 3. Enter the coordinates for to use. See “Adding or Changing Getting Started on the Route the destination in degrees, Preset Destinations” later in this Several functions can be performed minutes, and seconds. section for information on how to after a destination has been entered. 4. Select the GO screen button. add a preset destination. Press the DEST hard key to access The route calculates. 1. Preset the DEST hard key. the Route Menu screen. 5. Select the route preference 2. Select one of the available for fastest, shortest, or easiest. Preset Destination screen See “Navigation Settings” buttons. The screen buttons under Configure Menu on were stored with the name page 65 for more information. selected. The route is calculated. 6. Select the Start screen button 3. Select the route preference for and start the route. fastest, shortest, or easiest. See “Navigation Settings” under Preset Destination Configure Menu on page 65 Set a destination by selecting for more information. from one of six previously stored 4. Select the Start screen button destinations. If a destination is not and start the route. set for one of the screen buttons, the button dims and is not available Cancel Guidance From the Route screen, press Cancel Guidance to cancel the current route. Select Yes on the confirmation screen to cancel or No to continue the guidance.
  • Infotainment System 59 Voice Prompt Turn List Waypoints Select Voice Volume to change the volume of voice prompts and voice recognition. Select the Voice Guidance, Speech Confirmation Feedback, or Traffic Voice Prompt screen buttons to turn voice prompts on or off for each category. See “Navigation settings” under Configure Menu on page 65 for more information. Detour To select a detour around the current To view the list of maneuvers Up to three waypoints can be added route, select the Route screen, then for the entire route, select Turn to the current route, between the select to detour 2, 5, or 10 km (1, 3, List from the Route Menu screen. start point and final destination. or 5 miles). Select Whole Route to The waypoints can be edited detour the entire route. This is only or deleted. available while driving on a route.
  • 60 Infotainment System To add a waypoint: To delete a waypoint: Route Preview 1. Press the DEST hard key. 1. Press the DEST hard key. Preview the entire route in either 2. Select the Add Waypoint screen 2. Select the Delete Waypoint direction. button. This button is only screen button. available if the route has been 3. Select the waypoint to be deleted calculated. by touching the screen. 3. Enter the waypoint by any of 4. A confirmation message displays. the add destination methods. Select Yes to delete the waypoint; See Destination on page 52 select No to cancel this operation. or more information. The system The system calculates and calculates and highlights the route highlights the route and the and the route can be started. route can be started. 4. To add more waypoints, press the DEST hard key. Select the Add screen button to add the waypoint in the order desired on the route. The system calculates and s t (Reverse or Forward Skip): highlights the route and the Select the reverse skip arrow to go route can be started. to the start point. Select the forward skip arrow to go to the final destination.
  • Infotainment System 61 u v (Fast Reverse or Forward Previous 2. Address Entry: Enter a Scroll): Select the fast reverse scroll Destinations — Deleting destination through the Address arrow to go to the start point. Select Entry menu. Press the Mark To delete all previous destinations button and a menu displays with the fast forward scroll arrow to go to from the system: the final destination. These buttons the Mark option located on the display once the reverse/forward 1. Press the DEST hard key. bottom of the screen. Select the scroll button has been selected. 2. Select the Previous Destination Mark option to save this location screen button. to the Address Book. j (Pause): Pauses the route 3. POI Menu: Select a POI. Select preview, while in reverse, fast 3. Touch the Clear All screen button. Mark from the bottom of the reverse, forward, or fast forward information page display. scroll. 4. Select OK to Clear All Previous Destination, or press Cancel 4. Previous Destination: From S T (Reverse or Forward Scroll): button to cancel this operation. the Previous Destination Menu, Select the reverse scroll arrow to select the destination to save. go to the start point. Select the Address Book Select Mark at the bottom of the forward scroll arrow to go to the information page. Options for saving to the final destination. Address Book: Suspend/Resume Guidance 1. Scrolling on map or Pick from Map in the Dest Menu: Scroll to Select the Suspend/Resume the location. Press SELECT on Guidance screen button to suspend the faceplate. A menu displays or resume guidance on the current on the left side of the screen. route. Select the Mark and the location is saved.
  • 62 Infotainment System 6. Select an icon from the list. 3. Select the address book entry to 7. Select OK screen button to save be changed. changes. 4. Select the Edit screen button. To edit the name of an 5. Select Change Phone Number address book: screen button. 1. Press the DEST hard key. 6. Use the numeric keyboard to enter or change the phone 2. Select the Address Book screen number. button. A list displays the address book entries. 7. Select OK screen button to save changes. 3. Select the address book entry to be changed. To add a voice tag to an address To change the map icon of an book entry: 4. Select the Edit screen button. address book entry: 5. Select the Change Name option. 1. Press the DEST hard key. 1. Press the DEST hard key. 6. Use the Alpha keyboard to 2. Select the Address Book screen 2. Select the Address Book screen button. A list displays the address enter the name. button. A list displays the book entries. address book entries. 7. Select OK screen button to save your changes. 3. Select the address book entry to 3. Select the address book entry to be changed. be changed. To add or change the phone 4. Select the Edit screen button. 4. Select the Edit screen button. number of an address book entry: 5. Select the Add Voice Tag screen 5. Select the Change Icon screen 1. Press the DEST hard key. button. button. 2. Select the Address Book screen 6. Speak the name after the button. A list of address book beep and within four seconds. entries displays. The name is repeated back.
  • Infotainment System 63 To delete an address book entry: 5. Press and hold one of the six To change the route name, add a 1. Press the DEST hard key. screen buttons at the bottom voice tag or delete a favorite route: of the screen until the text within 1. Press the DEST hard key. 2. Select the Address Book screen the button changes. button. A list displays the address 2. Select Fav Route screen button. book entries. 6. The name appears in that preset destination screen button and 3. Select the route. 3. Select the address book entry to can be selected from the Select 4. Select the Edit screen button. be deleted. Destination screen. 5. Select from: Change Route 4. Select the Delete screen button. Name, Add Voice Tag, or Delete A confirmation message displays. Favorite Route Favorite Route. 1. After the route has been planned, To add a preset destination from the press the NAV hard key until the To change the route name: address book: full map screen is shown. 1. Select the Change Route Name 1. Press the DEST hard key. 2. Press the SELECT hard key. screen button. 2. Select the Address Book screen A menu displays. 2. Using the Keypad, enter button. 3. Scroll down and select the the name. 3. Select the address book entry to Whole Route option. The whole 3. Select the Favorite Route entry add as a Preset. The Address route map screen displays. to be edited. Book Information screen displays. 4. Select the Add Route screen 4. Select OK screen button. 4. Select the Edit button on the button. The route is stored as The new name will be in bottom of the screen by touching a favorite. the Favorite Route Menu. it or pressing preset 1 on the faceplate.
  • 64 Infotainment System To add a voice tag: Menu Screen Button Map Heading 1. Select the Add Voice Tag screen button. 2. Speak the name after the beep within four seconds. The name is repeated back. To delete a favorite route: 1. Select the Delete Favorite Route screen button. The confirmation screen displays. 2. Press Yes to delete the route and No to cancel from deleting the route. Various navigation system settings Press to change the view to North are available through the Menu up, Heading up, or 3-D mode. screen button. Some options are See Navigation Symbols on page 47 only available after a route is for more information. planned. 1. Select Nav hard key to view the Traffic: Select to view the Traffic Map screen. Information screen. See Configure Menu on page 65 for more 2. Select the Menu screen button or information. the SELECT button.
  • Infotainment System 65 Mark: Select to save a location to Configure Menu XM NavTraffic™ (if equipped) the Address Book. Adjust features and preferences The navigation system might Show POI: Select to turn POI through the Configure Menu. have an XM NavTraffic receiver. on or off. Select from a list of The last selected menu screen It is a subscription service provided six pre-programmed POI displays. Adjust features for Sound, through XM Satellite Radio. sub-categories. Scroll through Radio, Nav (navigation), Display, A service fee is required to receive a list of categories, or select or clock. the XM NavTraffic service. Real-time nearby and on route options. traffic information is provided to fully Radio integrate the navigation system to Press the CONFIG key to enter the display current traffic conditions for Menu options, continue pressing the the chosen route. CONFIG key until Radio is selected A screen displays to indicate that or touch the Radio screen button to the XM Traffic subscription is make changes for radio information not activated. displayed, preset pages, Automatic Press this screen button to minimize Volume Control, and XM™ If activated, traffic information the guidance window and expand categories restore. See Satellite displays: the map window. Radio on page 18 for more • Unscheduled traffic incident data, information. such as accidents and disabled Whole Route: Select to view the vehicles entire route from starting point Nav (Navigation) to destination on the map. • Scheduled traffic incident data, Press the CONFIG key to enter the such as road construction and Cancel Guidance: Stops the Menu options, continue pressing road closures current route. the CONFIG key until Nav is selected or touch the Nav screen • Traffic flow information (rate of button. speed data). Flow data might not be available in all markets.
  • 66 Infotainment System Traffic information is delivered to the Traffic Icon • A single car icon displays if there vehicle by the XM Radio satellites. When traffic conditions are found are traffic events in the area, but XM NavTraffic provides continuously in the local area, the Traffic none are on route. updated traffic information. Icon appears in the lower left-side • A multiple car icon displays if XM NavTraffic currently broadcasts of the map. there are traffic events on the the traffic information for many route. markets nationally. The service may It could take some time to sort the be available in more cities in the received information. The list of future. Visit www.xmnavtraffic.com traffic conditions display in the order for more details on local coverage. of distance from the vehicle, for up To turn XM NavTraffic on or off: to approximately 125 km (75 mi). 1. Press the CONFIG hard key, With a route planned, traffic events continue pressing the CONFIG display on the route. Not all traffic key until Nav is selected or press conditions may display. the Nav screen button. 2. Touch the Traffic Information button. 3. Select the Traffic button. This The Traffic Icon has three different button highlights and a check condition displays. These are: mark displays when active. • No icon displays if there is no Selecting Alert for Approaching XM NavTraffic™ subscription Traffic Events displays a screen or traffic events. to notify of possible traffic events ahead.
  • Infotainment System 67 To view the traffic condition location An arrow can appear before the and information on the map: distance. The arrow indicates the distance is a straight line distance and the direction of the event from the vehicle’s current position. If no arrow appears, the distance indicates how far the event is ahead on current route. No more than three pages of traffic events may be viewed while the vehicle is moving. Select the Options screen button. A Traffic Options menu displays. 1. Press the NAV key to show the Select the traffic related option. map, then press the SELECT Traffic: Select to enable or disable hard key for the map menu. the traffic function. 2. Scroll down and select the Traffic screen button. A list of traffic conditions with distance from the vehicle’s current position displays. 3. Select a traffic condition to get more detailed information.
  • 68 Infotainment System Traffic Flow Status — Enables Traffic flow data arrows display or disables the green, yellow, red on the map when scaled up and black arrows that display beside to eight miles. Closed Road, the roads and shows the traffic flow Traffic Delays, Incidents, and or extent of a traffic event. Advisories — Select the traffic • Black indicates a closed road event ICONS that appear on the segment map screens. • Red indicates significantly Alert for Approaching Traffic impaired traffic flow with Events: When On, if an approaching average speed of less than traffic event is within the alert range, 40 km (25 mph). one of two traffic alerts display: • Yellow indicates slightly • With no route planned, while Show Traffic ICONS: Select to impaired traffic flow with average on expressways, Approaching display traffic icons on the map speed between 40 km and Traffic Event without Avoid screen screen. Also, select what traffic 73 km (25 and 45 mph). displays. information displays. • With route planned, Traffic • Green indicates normal traffic flow with average speed above Event on Route screen displays. 73 km (45 mph). If the Alert for Approaching Traffic Events is Off, the alert does not display.
  • Infotainment System 69 On Route Name Scrolling to Traffic Events on the Map While scrolling the map, the traffic event icons can appear indicating a traffic event within 125 km (75 mi) from current position. To receive information about the traffic event, place the crosshairs over the traffic condition icon. Traffic events beyond 125 km (75 mi) from current position will not be displayed. Select the INFO screen button to display the type of traffic, the street name, and a description of the Select the Traffic On Route touch Select the Name touch screen traffic event. screen button to display all events button to display traffic events in ahead on the current active route. alphabetical order. No traffic events reported on route displays if there are none to report. Distance Select the Distance touch screen button to display traffic events in order of distance with the closest event shown first. Traffic events update approximately every two minutes.
  • 70 Infotainment System Traffic Event Display Categories t (Accident): Roadway obstructed Traffic Event Information The following are traffic event due to accident. categories and symbols that can appear on the display: s (Road Works): Delayed traffic due to construction. Category 1, Road Closure: Category 4, Advisories: q (Road Closed): Road and/or ramps closed. j / r (Road Condition): Delayed or stopped traffic, lane blocked Category 2, Traffic Delayed: or closed due to a road condition. o (Stopped Traffic): Traffic k (Weather): Heavy rain, snow, or stopped, stop and go traffic, fog weather condition. delayed and congested traffic. Category 3, Incidents: m (Parking): Available Use to display additional details parking area. of a traffic event. This screen can p (Alert): Object on the roadway, display when: disabled vehicle, or dangerous l (Information): Special event, • Scrolling to an event on the map road conditions. general information, or warning. and then pressing INFO. • Selecting a traffic event listed on the Traffic Event List screen. • Approaching a traffic event.
  • Infotainment System 71 Back, Map, More, and Avoid More: More information is available The RPT hard key does not repeat for the traffic event. traffic prompts, only navigation traffic maneuvers. The current prompt Avoid: Select to avoid the location playback cancels if RPT is pressed of an event on the route and during a traffic voice prompt. calculate a new route. The full map screen shows the new route. Traffic prompts are disabled during The Avoid button is only available OnStar® or Voice Recognition if the event is on the route ahead. activity. Traffic Voice Prompts Alternate Route The traffic voice prompts are part of When Detour Available displays, a the current navigation voice prompt possible quicker route is available settings. The traffic voice prompt and an alternate route can be can be turned on and off by selecting selected to detour around the traffic These buttons have common Traffic Voice Prompt in Voice condition. Press the Yes screen functions across all Detailed Traffic Prompt on the CONFIG Nav screen. button and a new route is calculated. Event screens. If the navigation voice prompts are This option is only available when Back: Return to the previous turned off, all traffic prompts are the multiple car icon appears. screen. also turned off. XM NavTraffic™ information might If the voice prompts are on and not be provided for the alternate Map: Displays related traffic events an Alert for Approaching Traffic route, depending on what type on the map if available. displays, the related voice prompt of road the vehicle is traveling on. is provided.
  • 72 Infotainment System Traffic Condition Symbols Current Condition The following are traffic condition Press the INFO key until the symbols may display: Weather tab is selected to show the current weather condition of the city of the vehicle’s current position. Road Condition Alert Allow up to 15 minutes for the current weather in the area to display. Stopped Traffic Traffic Jam Other Road Visibility XM™ Weather Road Closed Accident (where available) Press the INFO key, then press the INFO key until the Weather screen button is selected or touch the Weather screen button. Road Work, Lane Narrows Construction
  • Infotainment System 73 Extended Forecast Weather Along the Route Weather Alerts If a destination is set while driving From the XM Weather Menu, along the route, there is the option select Weather Alerts to display any to view weather conditions for current weather advisory warnings up to three locations: in effect near the current position. • Current vehicle’s position. Display • Midway point from current position to final destination. • The current weather condition of the destination city. From the XM Weather Menu Screen, select Along the Route: Select the Menu button by pressing the Enter key or touch the Menu button on the screen to show the Weather Menu screen. From this screen, select Extended Forecast. Press the CONFIG key to enter the menu options, then press the CONFIG key until Display is selected or touch the Display screen button.
  • 74 Infotainment System Dimming Mode Setting the Clock Global Positioning Auto (Automatic): Automatically To set the time: System (GPS) adjust the screen background 1. Press the CONFIG key to enter The position of the vehicle is depending on exterior lighting the menu options, then press determined by using satellite conditions. the CONFIG key until the time is signals, various vehicle signals, Day: The map background selected or touch the clock screen and map data. brightens. button located in the upper right corner of the screen. At times, other interferences such Night: The map background as the satellite condition, road 2. Press the Hours and configuration, the condition of the darkens. Minutes – and + signs to vehicle and/or other circumstances To change the overall brightness decrease and to increase can interfere with the navigation setting for the display, use the the time. system’s ability to determine the vehicle interior lighting dimming accurate position of the vehicle. control. 12/24 HR Format: Select the 12 HR screen button for standard The GPS shows the current position time; select the 24 HR screen button of the vehicle using signals sent by for military time. the GPS Satellites of the United States Department of Defense. Day + or Day −: Press the day + or When the vehicle is not receiving day − display buttons to increase signals from the satellites, a symbol or decrease the day that is showing appears on the map screen. See on the clock. Navigation Symbols on page 47.
  • Infotainment System 75 This system might not be available Vehicle Positioning • The vehicle is entering and/or or interferences can occur if any exiting a parking lot, garage or of the following is true: At times, the position of the vehicle a lot with a roof. on the could be inaccurate due to • Signals are obstructed by tall one or more of the following reasons: • The GPS signal is not received. buildings, trees, large trucks, • The road system has changed. • A roof carrier is installed on the or a tunnel. vehicle. • Objects are located on the rear • Driving on slippery road surfaces such as in sand, gravel and/ • Tire chains have been installed. shelf of the vehicle. or snow. • The tires are replaced or worn. • Satellites are being repaired or improved. • Traveling on winding roads or • The tire pressure for the tires is long straight roads. incorrect. • After-market glass tinting has been applied to the vehicle’s • Approaching a tall building or a • The first navigation use after the rear windshield. large vehicle. map data is updated. • The surface streets run parallel to • The battery is disconnected for Notice: Do not apply after-market a freeway. several days. glass tinting to the vehicle’s windows. Glass tinting interferes • The vehicle has been transferred • The vehicle is driving in heavy with the system’s ability to receive by a vehicle carrier or a ferry. traffic where driving is at low GPS signals and causes the • The current position calibration is speeds, and the vehicle is system to malfunction. The set incorrectly. stopped and started repeatedly. window might have to be replaced to correct the problem. This would • Traveling at high speed. not be covered by the warranty. • The vehicle changes directions For more information if the GPS more than once, or when the is not functioning properly, see vehicle is turning on a turn table If the system needs service in a parking lot. and Problems with Route Guidance.
  • 76 Infotainment System Problems with Route • The route prohibits the entry of a Ordering Map DVDs Guidance vehicle due to a regulation by time or season or any other regulation The map data in the vehicle is the Inappropriate route guidance can which may be given. most up-to-date information available occur under one or more of the when the vehicle was produced. The • Some routes might not be map data is updated periodically, following conditions: searched. provided that the map information • The turn was not made on the has changed. • The route to the destination road indicated. might not be shown if there are For questions about the operation of • Route guidance might not be new roads, if roads have recently the navigation system or the update available when using automatic changed or if certain roads are not process, contact the GM Nav Disc rerouting for the next right or listed in the map data. See Maps Center toll-free phone number, left turn. on page 45 for more information. 1-877-NAV-DISC (1-877-628-3472) • The route might not be changed To recalibrate the vehicle’s position or go to the center’s website, when using automatic rerouting. on the map, park the vehicle with www.gmnavdisc.com. If updates • There is no route guidance when the engine running for two to are needed, call the GM Nav Disc turning at an intersection. five minutes, until the vehicle Center or order a new disc online. position updates. To order a disc, have the vehicle’s • Plural names of places might be Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) announced occasionally. available. This helps the center If the System Needs • It could take a long time to make sure that the correct and most Service up-to-date DVD map disc for the operate automatic rerouting during high-speed driving. If the navigation system needs vehicle is received. See “Vehicle service and the steps listed here Identification Number (VIN)” in the • Automatic rerouting might Index of the vehicle’s owner manual have been followed but there are still display a route returning to for more information. problems, see your dealer/retailer the set waypoint if heading for for assistance. a destination without passing through a set waypoint.
  • Infotainment System 77 After receiving the updated disc, see “Installing the DVD Map Disc” and “Ejecting the DVD Map Disc” under Maps on page 45 for more information. Trademarks and License Manufactured under license from DivX® is a certified product. It plays Agreements all versions of DivX® video (including Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks DivX® 6) with standard playback of of Dolby Laboratories. Copyright DivX media files. 1992-1997 Dolby Laboratories. DivX, DivX Certified, and associated All rights reserved. logos are trademarks of DivX, Inc. and are used under license. Manufactured under license under U.S. Patent #’s: 5,451,942; 5,956,674; 5,974,380; 5,978,762; 6,487,535 & other U.S. and worldwide patents issued & pending. DTS and DTS Digital Surround are MP3PRO audio decoding registered trademarks and the DTS technology licensed from Coding “Made for iPod” means that an logos and Symbol are trademarks Technologies, Fraunhofer IIS electronic accessory has been of DTS, Inc. © 1996-2007 DTS, Inc. and Thompson. designed to connect specifically All Rights Reserved. to iPod and has been certified by the developer to meet Apple performance standards.
  • 78 Infotainment System iPod is a trademark of Apple *Canada — Some deterioration with the XM™ Satellite Radio System Computer, Inc., registered in of service may occur in extreme or that support the XM website, the the U.S. and other countries. northern latitudes. This is beyond Online Service or any of its content. the control of XM™ Satellite Furthermore, the AMBER voice Radio. Explicit Language compression software included Notice — Channels with frequent in this product is protected by explicit language are indicated intellectual property rights including with an “XL” preceding the channel patent rights, copyrights, and trade name. Channel blocking is available secrets of Digital Voice Systems, Inc. for XM Satellite Radio receivers by General Requirements: Fees and Taxes — Subscription notifying XM at: fee, taxes, one time activation 1. A License Agreement from XM™ • USA Customers — Visit fee, and other fees may apply. is required for any product that www.channelblocking.xmradio.com Subscription fee is consumer only. incorporates XM Technology or call 1-800-xmradio All fees and programming subject and/or for use of any of the XM (1-800-967-2346). to change. Subscriptions subject marks to be manufactured, to Customer Agreement available • Canadian Customers — Visit distributed or marketed in the at www.xmradio.com. XM™ service www.xmradio.ca or call XM Service Area. only available in the 48 contiguous 1-877-438-9677. 2. For products to be distributed, United States and Canada*. It is prohibited to copy, decompile, marketed and/or sold in Canada, disassemble, reverse engineer, a separate agreement is required hack, manipulate, or otherwise make with Canadian Satellite Radio Inc. available any technology or software (operating as XM Canada). incorporated in receivers compatible
  • Infotainment System 79 This product incorporates copyright This product uses the source ′Music recognition technology protection technology that is code of T-Kernel under T-License and related data are provided protected by U.S. patents and other granted by the T-Engine Forum by Gracenote®. Gracenote is intellectual property rights. Use of (www.t-engine.org). the industry standard in music this copyright protection technology The information in this manual recognition technology and must be authorized by Macrovision, supplements the owner manual. related content delivery. and is intended for home and other This manual includes the latest For more information, visit limited viewing uses only unless information available at the time it www.gracenote.com. otherwise authorized by Macrovision. was printed. We reserve the right Reverse engineering or disassembly Gracenote® Database to make changes in the product is prohibited. after that time without notice. Gracenote Music Recognition Service, Music recognition Keep this manual with the owner technology, and related data manual in the vehicle, so it will be are provided by Gracenote®. there if it is needed. If the vehicle is Gracenote is the industry standard sold, leave this manual in the vehicle. in music recognition technology and related content delivery. For more information, visit www.gracenote.com.
  • 80 Infotainment System CD and music-related data from name, artist, track, and title and all use of the Gracenote Data, Gracenote, Inc., copyright © information (“Gracenote Data”) the Gracenote Software, and 2000-2008 Gracenote. Gracenote from online servers or embedded Gracenote Servers. Software, copyright © 2000-2008 databases (collectively, “Gracenote Gracenote reserves all rights in Gracenote. This product and service Servers”) and to perform other Gracenote Data, the Gracenote may practice one or more of the functions. You may use Gracenote Software, and the Gracenote following U.S. Patents: #5,987,525; Data only by means of the intended Servers, including all ownership #6,061,680; #6,154,773, #6,161,132, End-User functions of this application rights. #6,230,192, #6,230,207, #6,240,459, or device. You agree that you will #6,330,593, and other patents issued use Gracenote Data, the Gracenote Under no circumstances will or pending. Some services supplied Software, and Gracenote Servers for Gracenote become liable for any under license from Open Globe, Inc. your own personal non-commercial payment to you for any information for U.S. Patent: #6,304,523. use only. You agree not to assign, that you provide. You agree that copy, transfer or transmit the Gracenote, Inc. may enforce its Gracenote and CDDB are Gracenote Software or any rights under this Agreement against registered trademarks of Gracenote. Gracenote Data to any third party. you directly in its own name. The Gracenote logo and logotype, and the “Powered by Gracenote” YOU AGREE NOT TO USE OR The Gracenote service uses a logo are trademarks of Gracenote. EXPLOIT GRACENOTE DATA, unique identifier to track queries Gracenote® End User License THE GRACENOTE SOFTWARE, for statistical purposes. Agreement Version 20061005. OR GRACENOTE SERVERS, The purpose of a randomly assigned EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY This application or device contains numeric identifier is to allow the PERMITTED HEREIN. You agree software from Gracenote, Inc. of Gracenote service to count queries that your non-exclusive license Emeryville, California (“Gracenote”). without knowing anything about to use the Gracenote Data, the The software from Gracenote (the who you are. For more information, Gracenote Software, and Gracenote “Gracenote Software”) enables this see the web page for the Gracenote Servers will terminate if you violate application to perform disc and/ Privacy Policy for the Gracenote these restrictions. If your license or file identification and obtain service. terminates, you agree to cease any music-related information, including
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  • Infotainment System 83 LIMITATION OF LIABILITY — IN WARNINGS — The DATABASE U.S. GOVERNMENT RIGHTS NO EVENT SHALL DENSO comprises facts and information If you are an agency, department, OR TANA (OR THEIR LICENSORS from government and other sources or other entity of the United States OR SUPPLIERS) BE LIABLE reflecting circumstances in existence Government, or funded in whole FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, before you received the DATABASE, or in part by the United States CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL, which may contain errors and Government, then use, duplication, INDIRECT OR EXEMPLARY omissions. Accordingly, the reproduction, release, modification, DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF THIS DATABASE may contain inaccurate disclosure or transfer of this AGREEMENT OR YOUR USE or incomplete information due to commercial product and OF THE DATABASE, INCLUDING, the passage of time, changing accompanying documentation, WITHOUT LIMITATION, LOST circumstances, and due to the is restricted in accordance with PROFITS OR COSTS OF COVER, nature of the sources used. the LIMITED or RESTRICTED LOSS OF USE OR BUSINESS The DATABASE does not include rights as described in DFARS INTERRUPTION OR THE LIKE, or reflect information relating to, 252.227-7014(a)(1) (JUN 1995) REGARDLESS OF WHETHER among other things, neighborhood (DOD commercial computer software THE PARTY WAS ADVISED safety; law enforcement; emergency definition), DFARS 227.7202-1 OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH assistance; construction work; road (DOD policy on commercial DAMAGES. IN NO EVENT or lane closures; vehicle or speed computer software), FAR 52.227-19 WILL THE TOTAL LIABILITY OF restrictions; road slope or grade; (JUN 1987) (commercial computer DENSO OR TANA (OR THEIR bridge height, weight or other limits; software clause for civilian LICENSORS OR SUPPLIERS) road or traffic conditions; special agencies), DFARS 252.227-7015 EXCEED THE AMOUNTS PAID events; traffic congestion; or (NOV 1995) (DOD technical BY YOU FOR THE DATABASE. travel time. data — commercial items clause); FAR 52.227-14 Alternates I, II, and III (JUN 1987) (civilian agency technical data and noncommercial computer software clause); and/or FAR 12.211
  • 84 Infotainment System and FAR 12.212 (commercial item DATABASE from public disclosure BTV.461060.2 END USER acquisitions), as applicable. In case and to consider the DATABASE NOTICE — PLEASE READ THIS of conflict between any of the FAR exempt from any statute, law, NOTICE CAREFULLY BEFORE and DFARS provisions listed herein regulation, or code, including any USING THIS NAVIGATION and this Agreement, the construction Sunshine Act, Public Records Act, SYSTEM. that provides greater limitations Freedom of Information Act, or The Point Of Interest Data (“POI” on the Government’s rights shall equivalent, which permits public Data) in the navigation system is control. Contractor/manufacturer access and/or reproduction or use of in part provided by infoUSA Inc. is Tele Atlas North America, Inc., the Licensed Products. In the event (“infoUSA”). By using the POI Data, 11 Lafayette Street, Lebanon, NH that such exemption is challenged you accept and agree to all terms 03766-1445. Phone: 603.643. 0330. under any such laws, this Agreement and conditions set forth below. shall be considered breached and The DATABASE is ©1984-200 — by 1. Ownership — All rights, title and any and all right to retain any copies Tele Atlas North America, Inc. ALL interest to the infoUSA POI Data or to use of the DATABASE shall RIGHTS RESERVED. For purpose shall be retained by infoUSA. be terminated and considered of any public disclosure provision immediately null and void. Any 2. Limitations on use — Except to under any federal, state or local law, copies of the DATABASE held by the extent explicitly permitted by it is agreed that the DATABASE is you shall immediately be destroyed. mandatory laws, you may not a trade secret and a proprietary If any court of competent jurisdiction extract or re-utilize any portion commercial product and not subject considers this clause void and of the contents of the POI Data, to disclosure. If you are an agency, unenforceable, in whole or in part, for nor reproduce, copy, modify, department, or other entity of any any reason, this Agreement shall be adapt, translate, disassemble, State government, the United States considered terminated and null and decompile, or reverse engineer Government or any other public void, in its entirety, and any and all any portion of the POI Data. entity or funded in whole or in part copies of the DATABASE shall by the United States Government, immediately be destroyed. then you hereby agree to protect the
  • Infotainment System 85 3. Transfer — You may not transfer END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT This information is provided to you the POI Data to third parties, Personal Use Only. You agree to use “as is,” and you agree to use it at except together with the system this information for solely personal, your own risk. DENSO and its for which it was created, non commercial purposes, and not licensors (and their licensors and provided that you do not retain for service bureau, time sharing or suppliers, collectively “DENSO”) any copy of the POI Data. other similar purposes. You may not make no guarantees, 4. Disclaimer of modify the information or remove any representations or warranties warranty — EXCEPT AS copyright notices that appear on the of any kind, express or implied, STATED HEREIN, INFOUSA information in any way. You may not arising by law or otherwise, including MAKES NO EXPRESS OR decompile, disassemble or reverse but not limited to, and DENSO IMPLIED WARRANTIES, engineer any portion of this expressly disclaims any warranties INCLUDING, WITHOUT information, and may not transfer regarding content, quality, accuracy, LIMITATION, ANY EXPRESS or distribute it in any form, for any completeness, effectiveness, OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF purpose. reliability, fitness for a particular FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR purpose, non infringement, Without limiting the foregoing, you PURPOSE OR WARRANTY usefulness, use or results to be may not use this information with any OF MERCHANTABILITY. obtained from this information, products, systems, or applications or that the information or server 5. Limitation of Liability — EITHER installed or otherwise connected to will be uninterrupted or error free. INFOUSA OR SUPPLIER OF POI or in communication with vehicles, Some states, territories and DATA SHALL NOT BE LIABLE capable of vehicle navigation, countries do not allow certain FOR ANY INDIRECT, positioning, dispatch, real time route warranty exclusions, so to that CONSEQUENTIAL OR guidance, fleet management or extent, the above exclusion may INCIDENTAL DAMAGES MADE similar applications. No Warranty. not apply to you. OR ALLEGED IN CONNECTION WITH YOUR USE OF THE POI DATA.
  • 86 Infotainment System Disclaimer of Liability: DENSO Indemnity: You agree to indemnify, FCC WARNING: Changes or SHALL NOT BE LIABLE TO YOU defend and hold DENSO and its modification not expressly approved FOR ANY CLAIM, DEMAND licensors (including their respective by the party responsible for OR ACTION, IRRESPECTIVE OF licensors, suppliers, assignees, compliance could void the user’s ITS NATURE, ALLEGING ANY subsidiaries, affiliated companies, authority to operate the equipment. LOSS, INJURY OR DAMAGES, and the respective officers, directors, NOTE: This equipment has been WHETHER DIRECT, INDIRECT, employees, shareholders, agents tested and found to comply with the INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR and representatives of each of them) limit for a Class B digital device, CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, free and harmless from and against pursuant to part 15 of FCC Rules. INCLUDING ANY LOSS OF any liability, loss, injury (including These limits are designed to provide PROFIT, REVENUE OR injuries resulting in death), demand, reasonable protection against CONTRACTS ARISING OUT OF action, cost, expense, or claim of any harmful interference in a residential YOUR POSSESSION, USE OF kind or character, including but not installation. This equipment OR INABILITY TO USE THIS limited to attorney’s fees, arising generated, uses and can radiate INFORMATION, ANY DEFECT out of or in connection with any radio frequency energy and, if not IN THE INFORMATION, OR THE use or possession by you of this installed and used in accordance BREACH OF THESE TERMS information. with the instructions, may cause OR CONDITIONS, WHETHER END USER NOTICE — The marks harmful interference to radio IN AN ACTION IN CONTRACT of companies displayed by this communications. However, there is OR TORT OR BASED ON A product to indicate business no guarantee that interference will WARRANTY, EVEN IF DENSO locations are the marks of their not occur in a particular installation. OR ITS LICENSORS HAVE BEEN respective owners. The use of ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY such marks in this product does OF SUCH DAMAGES. Some states, not imply any sponsorship, approval, territories and countries do not or endorsement by such companies allow certain liability exclusions or of this product. damages limitations, so to that extent the above may not apply to you.
  • Infotainment System 87 If this equipment does cause harmful Database Coverage Voice Recognition interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined Explanations The navigation system’s voice by turning the equipment off and on, Coverage areas vary with respect to recognition allows for hands free the user is encouraged to try to the level of map detail available for operation of the navigation system correct the interference by one or any given area. Some areas feature and the audio system features. more of the following measures: greater levels of detail than others. Voice recognition only works if If this happens, it does not mean the map database is installed in • Reorient or relocate the receiving there is a problem with the system. the system. antenna. As the map data is updated, more If the radio is off, the only • Increase the separation between detail can become available for the equipment and receiver. commands would be Hands Free areas which previously had limited and Help. • Connect the equipment into an detail. See Ordering Map DVDs on outlet on a circuit different from page 76 for more information. Navigation voice commands are not that to which the receiver is available until the I Agree button connected. has been selected. • Consult the dealer on an Voice recognition can be used when experienced radio/TV technician the ignition is on or when Retained for help. Accessory Power (RAP) is active. See “Retained Accessory Power Operation is subject to the following RAP” in the index of the vehicle’s two conditions: (1) this device may owner manual for more information. not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received including interference that may cause undesired operation.
  • 88 Infotainment System Using Voice Recognition Canceling Voice Recognition Helpful Hints for Speaking 1. Press and release the g 1. Press and release $ steering Commands steering wheel control button. wheel control button to cancel • When a multiple command is The audio system mutes, and a a command, or if the system available, choose the command beep is heard. A voice prompt response does not match that best works for you. stating, “Please start speaking the verbal command. • Words that are in brackets are after the beep” might be heard. 2. The system replies, “Voice optional. For example, the If there is no beep, make recognition canceled”. command “Radio [band] FM”, sure that the voice volume saying “Radio FM” or “Radio Pressing any other radio or setting is not turned down. Band FM” are both valid steering wheel control, other than See Configure Menu on page 65 commands. the volume knob or the volume for more information. steering wheel control button • Words that are separated by a ( / ) While voice recognition is active, cancels the session. mean there is a choice of using a the system displays word on either side of the slash. 3. Press and release the talk a g symbol. For example, the command symbol steering wheel control (CD/DVD/Disc) [help], you can 2. Clearly speak one of the button to restart the voice say “CD [help]” or “DVD [help]” commands listed later in recognition session. or “Disc [help]”. this section. • When the system recognizes the command the system will either perform the function or ask to confirm the choice by clearly saying “yes” or “no”.
  • Infotainment System 89 • When the system does not • This system is able to recognize Voice Recognition Help recognize the command, the commands in different languages, To enter the help playback session, system issues an error message such as English, French clearly speak one of the help such as “pardon” or “command (Canadian), and Spanish (Latin). commands. not recognized”. The system The system only recognizes could also say, “voice recognition commands based on the Help: The system plays back more canceled”. language selected. specific help commands (such as • If experiencing difficulty with the • To increase or decrease the voice Radio Help, Display Help, Navigation system recognizing a command, volume during a voice recognition Help) for the user to choose from. confirm that the command is session, turn the volume knob of Radio [help]: The system plays correct. Try saying the command the radio, or press the volume back helpful advice about radio clearly or wait for a brief moment steering wheel control buttons. commands, and some common after the beep. If the volume is adjusted during radio commands which are • Background noise such as a a voice recognition session, a available. Use this command to climate control fan positioned Voice Volume bar appears on learn about how to select a band on high, open windows, and the screen showing the voice (AM, FM, XM if equipped), and very loud outside noises, even volume level as it is being how to change radio stations if the windows are closed, can adjusted. This also changes the (by speaking frequency numbers). cause voice commands to be volume of the guidance prompts. (CD/DVD/ Disc) [help]: The system misunderstood. plays back helpful advice about disc commands, and some common disc commands which are available. Use this command to learn about how to select Disc mode playback, and how to change track numbers.
  • 90 Infotainment System Display [help]: The system plays Display Commands Radio Commands back helpful advice about display Display [set] day [mode], Radio AM, radio [band] AM, radio commands, and some common display [select] day [mode]: FM, radio [band] FM, radio XM, display commands which are This command instructs the system radio [band] XM: These commands available to adjust the display to switch the display to day mode. instruct the system to go to either the setting. AM, FM, or XM (if equipped) radio Display [set] night [mode], Navigation [help]: The system bands. display [select] night [mode]: plays back helpful advice about This command instructs the system Radio select (frequency) AM, radio navigation commands, and some to switch the display to night mode. select (frequency) FM: These common navigation commands which are available. commands instruct the system to go Display [set] auto [mode], to a specific frequency on either the display [select] auto [mode]: Voice Recognition Commands AM or FM band. For example, radio This command instructs the system select ninety seven point one FM or The following list shows the to switch the display to auto mode. radio select ten forty AM. voice commands available for Display [help]: This command the navigation system with a brief Radio select (channel) XM: This instructs the system to play description of each. The commands command instructs the system to go back helpful advice about display are listed with the optional words to a specific channel on the XM™ commands, and some common in brackets. To use the voice band (if equipped). For example, display commands which are commands, see the instruction radio select one fifty one XM. available to adjust the display listed previously. setting. Radio [help]: This command instructs the system to play back some helpful advice about radio commands, and some common radio commands which are available to the user.
  • Infotainment System 91 CD/DVD/Disc Commands General Navigation Point of Interest (POI) The following commands are only Commands Commands available when a CD, MP3, or DVD Feedback on, feedback off: This The following is a list of POI is loaded. command instructs the system to commands. POIs only display on turn on and off the voice recognition the map screen if the map scale Radio CD, radio DVD, radio Disc: feedback. When feedback is ON, the is 800 meters (0.50 mile) or less. These commands instruct the system responds to commands with If POIs display on a map with the system to go to Disc mode. a talk back phrase. When feedback wrong scale, the system reminds that Radio CD select (track number), is OFF, the system responds to this cannot be done. The available radio DVD select (track number), commands with a chime. POI commands are: radio disc select (track number): Navigation voice [guidance] on, Navigation show gas station[s], These commands instruct the navigation voice [guidance] off: navigation show gas, navigation system to play a specific track on This command instructs the system hide gas station[s], navigation the Disc. For example, radio disc to turn on and off voice guidance hide gas: These commands select ten. This command supports prompts during route guidance. instruct the system to display up to 254 tracks. and hide gas station POIs on CD [help], DVD [help], disc [help]: Cancel: This instructs the system the map screen. This command instructs the system to cancel the command. Navigation show restaurant[s], to play back helpful advice about disc navigation show dining, commands, and some common disc navigation hide restaurant[s], commands which are available. navigation hide dining: These commands instruct the system to display and hide restaurant POIs on the map screen.
  • 92 Infotainment System Navigation show ATM[s], Destination and Guidance in. Then, say the desired city name navigation hide ATM[s]: Commands when prompted, and say the desired These commands instruct the street name and house number system to display and hide ATM Navigation [go to] preset when prompted. POIs on the map screen. destination [number] (one, two, three, four, five, or six): These For example, if Cedar Point Navigation show hotel[s], commands instruct the system to set Amusement Park is the set navigation hide hotel[s]: one of the preset destinations one destination, which has the following These commands instruct the through six as the new destination. address: system to display and hide hotel Cedar Point Amusement Park POIs on the map screen. Navigation delete: This command instructs the system to delete the 1 Cedar Point Drive Navigation show airport[s], destination, route, or next waypoint. Sandusky, OH 44870 navigation hide airport[s]: The system requests a confirmation Set this Destination by using Voice These commands instruct the of which item should be deleted Recognition: system to display and hide airport (destination, route, or next waypoint). POIs on the map screen. 1. Press and release g on Destination (available for the the steering wheel control. Navigation show shop[s], English language only): This The audio system mutes, navigation show shopping, command instructs the system that and a beep is heard. navigation hide shop[s], the user wants to enter a destination navigation hide shopping: using voice recognition. After this 2. Say the command “Destination”. These commands instruct the command is stated, the system The system replies with “Please system to display and hide shopping displays a state abbreviation say city name or change state”, POIs on the map screen. (such as NY for New York). If the and the system shows a pop-up destination to be entered is located list of an abbreviated state name, in the displayed state, then say the such as NY for New York. If the desired city name. Otherwise, say state is correct, then go to Step 4. “Change State” and say the state Otherwise, say “Change State”. name the search should take place
  • Infotainment System 93 For example, if the desired The state name displays. 4. The system asks the user to say destination is in Ohio, but the In some cases the radio shows the city name. As shown earlier, system shows New York (NY) a candidate list with the closest the radio can display a candidate in the pop-up list, say “Change matches to the spoken state list with the closest matches to the State”. name. The system asks the spoken city name. Say the correct 3. After saying, “Change State”, user to select an item from the city name. the system replies with “Please candidate list either by pressing say state name”. Say the the desired choice, or by saying correct state. the list number of the desired choice.
  • 94 Infotainment System 5. Reply with the street name 6. Reply with the house number 7. Confirm the correct address is including the suffix (Blvd, Ave, when prompted. The radio might displayed, then reply with yes Rd, etc.), when prompted. The display a candidate list with the or no, when prompted. radio might display a candidate closest matches to the spoken list with the closest matches to house number. Say the house the spoken street name. Say the number as single digit. correct street name.
  • Infotainment System 95 Voice Tag Commands OnStar® (if equipped) Voice Tags are recorded phrases Command that can be stored in the navigation Hands Free: This command system. These voice tags are instructs the system to connect to associated with Address Book OnStar. Enter the OnStar voice Entries, and once these voice tags recognition system. See the OnStar® are stored, they can be used as System owner guide for more part of a voice recognition command information. that sets the particular address book entry as a destination. See Help Commands the Address Book and Voice tag Help sections earlier in this manual for Radio [help] 8. This address is now set as the information about instructions on how to store a voice tag in the CD help, DVD help, Disc help destination. Select the Start system. Display [help] screen button to begin destination guidance. Navigation [help] Navigation [go to] (voice tag): This command allows selection Display Commands of a destination saved under the stored voice tag. The system Display [set/select] day [mode] plays back the voice tag and asks Display [set/select] night [mode] to confirm by saying yes or no. Display [set/select] auto [mode] If a destination is set to “Home”, say Radio Commands “Navigation go to Home”. After the [radio/radio band] AM system plays back the voice tag and it is confirmed, the system [radio/radio band] FM sets “Home” as the destination. [radio/radio band] XM
  • 96 Infotainment System Radio select <frequency> AM Navigation hide [GAS/gas Route (used in conjunction with Radio select <frequency> FM station/gas stations] another command) Radio select <channel> XM Navigation hide [DINING/ Next waypoint (used in conjunction restaurant/restaurants] with another command) CD/DVD/Disc Commands Navigation hide [ATM/ATMs] Add to waypoint (used in Radio [CD/DVD/Disc] Navigation hide [hotel/hotels] conjunction with another command) Radio [CD/DVD/Disc] Navigation hide [airport/airports] select <track number> Replace destination (used in Navigation hide [shop/shops] conjunction with another command) General Navigation Commands Destination and Guidance Commands Yes (used in conjunction with Feedback On another command) Feedback Off Navigation [go to] preset destination [number] one No (used in conjunction with Navigation voice [guidance] on another command) Navigation voice [guidance] off Navigation [go to] preset destination [number] two Destination (used for Destination [cancel/goodbye/quit] VR entry, available in English Navigation [go to] preset language only) Point of Interest (POI) destination [number] three Commands Navigation [go to] preset Voice Tag Commands destination [number] four Navigation [go to] <Voice Tag> Navigation show [GAS/gas station/gas stations] Navigation [go to] preset Navigation show [DINING/ destination [number] five OnStar® Command restaurant/restaurants] Navigation [go to] preset Hands Free destination [number] six Navigation show [ATM/ATMs] Navigation delete [destination/ Navigation show [hotel/hotels] route/next waypoint] Navigation show [airport/airports] Destination (used in conjunction Navigation show [shop/shops] with another command)
  • INDEX i-1 A CD Menu .............................. CD/DVD/Disc Commands ......... 21 91 E Address Book ........................ 56 English, Metric, and Imperial Cleaning the Display ............... 12 Alpha-Numeric Keyboard .......... 42 Unit Conversion .................... 9 Configure Menu ...................... 65 AM-FM Radio ......................... 12 Entering an Address and Audio Book ............................ 36 Point of Interest, and Audio Players D Storing Preset Destinations ..... 9 MP3 .................................. 24 Database Coverage Error Messages ...................... 23 Audio System Explanations ....................... 87 Hard Drive Device (HDD) ..... 27 Auxiliary Devices .................... 40 Deleting Personal Information ..... 9 Destination and Guidance F Favorite Route ....................... 63 Commands ......................... 92 Finding a Station .................... 15 C Destination, Navigation ............ 52 Devices, Auxiliary .................... 40 Canadian Vehicle Owners (Propriétaires des Véhicules Dimming Mode ....................... 74 G Display .................................. 73 General Navigation Canadiens) .......................... 3 Driving on a Route ................. 49 Commands ......................... 91 Canceling Guidance ................ 11 Duplicate Content ................... 28 Getting Started on the Route .... 58 Canceling Voice Recognition .... 88 DVD Global Positioning CD Rear Seat Entertainment System (GPS) ..................... 74 DVD Player ........................ 18 System ........................... 40 CD Eject ............................... 28 DVD/CD Player ...................... 18
  • i-2 INDEX H M Navigation Audio System ......... 14 Navigation Hard Keys .............. 41 Handling the DVD Map Disc ..... 46 Map Adjustments .................... 46 Navigation Settings ................. 43 Hard Drive Device (HDD) ......... 27 Map Coverage ....................... 45 Helpful Hints for Speaking Map Scales ........................... 46 Commands ......................... 88 Maps .................................... 45 O Menu OnStar® (if equipped) Configure ........................... 65 I Menu Screen Button ............... 64 Command .......................... 95 Options Available on the Installing the DVD Map Disc ..... 45 Mixed-Band Presets ................ 16 Map Screen ........................ 50 Introduction ............................. 3 MP3 ..................................... 24 Ordering Map DVDs ......................... 76 L N Overview, Infotainment Languages .............................. 8 System ................................ 4 Nav (Navigation) ..................... 65 Lat/Long Coordinates .............. 57 NAV (Navigation) Menu ............. 8 Loading and Ejecting Discs ...... 19 Navigation Destination ......................... 52 Symbols ............................. 47 Using the System ................ 41
  • INDEX i-3 P R S Pick From Map ....................... 57 Radio .................................... 65 Satellite Radio ........................ 18 Playing a CD/DVD .................. 19 Radio Commands ................... 90 Scroll Features ....................... 47 Playing an Audio and Radio Data System (RDS) ....... 17 Setting the Clock .................... 74 Video DVD ......................... 21 Radio Settings ........................ 15 Setup Menu ............................. 8 Playing an Audio CD ............... 20 Radios Shuffle .................................. 20 Playing an MP3 CD and DVD ..... 24 AM-FM Radio ..................... 12 Storing Preset Destinations ...... 11 Playing from an iPod® ............. 33 CD/DVD Player ................... 18 Storing Radio Station Presets ..... 9 Playing from USB ................... 31 Satellite ............................. 18 Symbols, Navigation ................ 47 Playing Hard Disc Drive Rear Seat Entertainment System Needs Service, If ......... 76 Content .............................. 29 System .............................. 40 Playing HDD Favorites ............ 31 Recording from a CD to the Playing the Radio ................... 12 Hard Drive ......................... 27 T Point of Interest (POI) Recording from a USB Device Timeshift ............................... 16 Commands ......................... 91 to the Hard Drive ................ 28 Touch Screen Buttons ............. 42 Power Mode .......................... 28 Route Preview ........................ 60 Trademarks and License Preset Destination ................... 58 Agreements ........................ 77 Previous Destination ................ 56 Previous Destinations — Deleting ....... 61 Problems with Route Guidance ........................... 76
  • i-4 INDEX U USB Host Support .................. 31 USB Music Menu ................... 32 USB Supported Devices .......... 31 Using the Stored Preset Destinations ........................ 11 Using Voice Recognition .......... 88 V Vehicle Positioning .................. 75 Navigation System Overview ...... 6 Voice Guidance ...................... 12 Voice Recognition ................... 87 Voice Recognition Commands ... 90 Voice Recognition Help ............ 89 Voice Tag Commands .............. 95 X XM Categories ....................... 18 XM NavTraffic™ (if equipped) ... 65 XM™ Satellite Radio Service .... 18 XM™ Weather (where available) ................. 72