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

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

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  • 1. 2010 Full-Size Truck Navigation System M Infotainment System ......... 3 Navigation Menu ........... 56 Destination .................. 68 Introduction ...................... 3 Global Positioning Overview ....................... 4 System (GPS) ......... 81 Radio Vehicle Positioning ........ 82 ............................. 14 Problems with Route AM-FM Radio ............... 14 Guidance ................ 83 Satellite Radio .............. 22 If the System Needs Audio Players ................ 25 Service .................. 83 CD/DVD Player Ordering Map DVDs ...... 83 ............ 25 Auxiliary Devices Database Coverage .......... 44 Explanations ........... 84 Navigation ...................... 44 Voice Recognition .......... 84 Using the Navigation System .................. 44 Index .................................. i-1 Maps .......................... 47 Navigation Symbols ....... 50
  • 2. Infotainment System 3 Introduction GMC, the GMC Truck Emblem, and the names SIERRA, SIERRA DENALI, YUKON, and DENALI, HUMMER, the name HUMMER, H2, and the H2 Design are registered trademarks of General Motors. Dolby® is manufactured under license from Dolby® Laboratories. Dolby® and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby® Laboratories. Manufactured under license under license under U.S. Patent #’s: 5,451,942; 5,956,674; 5,974,380; GENERAL MOTORS, GM, the 5,978,762; 6,487,535 & other GM Emblem, CHEVROLET, U.S. and worldwide patents issued the CHEVROLET Emblem, and & pending. DTS and DTS Digital Surround are registered trademarks “Made for iPod” means that an the names TAHOE, SUBURBAN, electronic accessory has been AVALANCHE, and SILVERADO, and the DTS logos and Symbol are trademarks of DTS, Inc. designed to connect specifically to © 1996-2008 DTS, Inc. All Rights iPod and has been certified by Reserved. the developer to meet Apple performance standards. Litho in U.S.A. © Part No. 25872529 A First Printing 2009 General Motors. All Rights Reserved.
  • 3. 4 Infotainment System iPod is a trademark of Apple Canadian Vehicle Owners Overview Computer, Inc., registered in the (Propriétaires des Véhicules U.S. and other countries. Read this manual thoroughly to Canadiens) become familiar with how the The information in this manual A French language copy of this navigation system operates. supplements the owner manual. manual can be obtained from your dealer/retailer or from: The navigation system includes This manual describes features navigation and audio functions. that may or may not be on your On peut obtenir un exemplaire de specific vehicle either because ce guide en français auprès du While entering the vehicle or when they are options that you did not concessionnaire ou à l’adresse turning the vehicle off, some purchase or due to changes suivante: DVD Map Disc noise is normal. subsequent to the printing of this Keeping your eyes on the road and Helm, Incorporated owner manual. Please refer to your mind on the drive is important P.O. Box 07130 the purchase documentation relating Detroit, MI 48207 for safe driving. The navigation to your specific vehicle to confirm system has built-in features intended each of the features found on 1-800-551-4123 to help keep your eyes on the your vehicle. For vehicles first sold Numéro de poste 6438 de road and mind on the drive. Some in Canada, substitute the name langue française features may be disabled while “General Motors of Canada Limited” www.helminc.com driving. Note that these functions for Chevrolet Motor Division, GMC, will be grayed-out. A grayed-out or HUMMER wherever it appears function indicates it is not available in this manual. when the vehicle is moving. Keep this manual with the owner manual in the vehicle, so it will be there if it is needed. If the vehicle is sold, leave this manual in the vehicle.
  • 4. Infotainment System 5 All functions are available when the Use the navigation system to: vehicle is parked. Do the following { WARNING • Plan a route. before driving: Taking your eyes off the road too • Select a destination using • Become familiar with the long or too often while using the various methods and choices. navigation system operation, navigation system could cause a • Follow turn-by-turn route and hard keys on the faceplate, and crash resulting in injury or death map guidance with voice touch-sensitive screen buttons of the navigation system. to you or others. Focus your prompts, only if permitted by attention on driving. traffic laws, controls, and • Set up the audio by presetting conditions. favorite stations, setting the tone, and adjusting the speakers. You should always be alert and { WARNING obey traffic and roadway laws and • Set up the navigation features instructions, regardless of the before beginning driving, such Avoid looking too long or too often guidance from the navigation as entering an address or a at the moving map on the system. Because the navigation preset destination. navigation screen. This could system uses street map information • Set up your phone numbers in cause a crash and you or others that does not include all traffic advance so they can be called can be injured or killed. Use the restrictions or the latest road easily with the press of a turn-by-turn voice guidance changes, it may suggest using a road single button or a single voice directions whenever possible. that is now closed for construction or command (for navigation systems a turn that is prohibited by signs at equipped with phone capability). the intersection. Because the system uses limited information, you must always evaluate whether following the system’s directions is safe and legal for the current conditions.
  • 5. 6 Infotainment System When the navigation system is • Before using this system, read Every fifty times the vehicle is turned on, a screen may appear with the owner’s manual and learn started and the navigation system the information below, and you how it operates. is turned on, the Caution screen must read and acknowledge appears. After reading the caution, • Some system controls cannot be the information it contains. select OK to load the map DVD used the when vehicle is moving. information. If OK is not selected, After you acknowledge the start up all hard keys except for NAV { WARNING information you will be able to (Navigation) and DEST (Destination) Taking your eyes off the road for access the NAV (navigation) and can be accessed. You can also extended periods could cause a DEST (destination) functions. press the NAV hard key to have this Once accessed, you can enter or Caution screen appear. crash resulting in injury or death delete information in the navigation to you or others. When getting started, set the system or access other functions. navigation system to your preference See instructions later in this section. To help avoid a crash in which you or delete information you may have or others could be killed: entered using various options. • Always concentrate on your driving first by keeping your eyes and mind on the road, and your hands on the wheel. • Follow system directions only if permitted by traffic laws, controls, and conditions.
  • 6. Infotainment System 7 A. Map Disc DVD Slot. See “Installing the Map DVD” under Maps on page 47 for more information. B. FULL MAP Touch Screen Button. See “NAV” under “Hard Keys” under Using the Navigation System on page 44 for more information. C. North Up/Heading Up Symbol. See Navigation Symbols on page 50 for more information. D. O (Power/Volume) Knob. See AM-FM Radio on page 14 and Satellite Radio on page 22 for more information. E. No GPS Signal Symbol. See Navigation Symbols on page 50 for more information. F. NAV (Navigation) Hard Key. See “Hard Keys” under Using the Navigation System on page 44 for more information. Screen Shown with Map Disc Inserted G. Distance and Time to Distance Symbol. See Navigation Symbols on page 50 for more information.
  • 7. 8 Infotainment System H. DEST (Destination) Hard Key. N. Source (AM, FM, XM, CD, etc.) U. AUDIO Hard Key. See AM-FM See Destination on page 68 Touch Screen Button. See Radio on page 14 and Satellite for more information. AM-FM Radio on page 14 and Radio on page 22 for more I. Map Scale. See “Map Scales” Satellite Radio on page 22 information. under Maps on page 47 for for more information. V. MENU Hard Key (Settings and more information. O. Audio CD/Video DVD Slot. Preferences). See Navigation J. RPT (Repeat) Hard Key for See CD/DVD Player on page 25 Menu on page 56 for more Voice Guidance. See “Hard for more information. information. Keys” under Using the Navigation P. Z (Audio CD/Video DVD Eject) W. ¨SEEK (or Next) Key. System on page 44 for more Hard Key. See CD/DVD Player See AM-FM Radio on page 14 information. on page 25 for more information. and Satellite Radio on K. FAV (Favorite) Hard Key. See Q. Auxiliary Input Jack. See page 22 for more information. “Storing Radio Station Presets” Auxiliary Devices on page 44 for under Using the Navigation X. U (Zoom Out) Touch Screen more information. Button. See “Map Scales” System on page 44 for more information. R. Clock Touch Screen Button. under Maps on page 47 for See Navigation Menu on more information. L. V (Zoom In) Touch Screen page 56 for more information. Y. ©SEEK (or Previous) Key. Button. See “Map Scales” under S. Distance to Next Turn Symbol. See AM-FM Radio on page 14 Maps on page 47 for more See Navigation Symbols on and Satellite Radio on page 22 information. page 50 for more information. for more information. M. Mark Touch Screen Button. See “Adding Destinations to T. f (Tune/Sound) knob. See Z. POI (Point of Interest) Touch AM-FM Radio on page 14 Screen Button. See “Displaying the Address Book” under and Satellite Radio on page 22 Points of Interest (POI) on Destination on page 68 for for more information. the Map Screen” under more information. Navigation Symbols on page 50 for more information.
  • 8. Infotainment System 9 Language — English/Metric Limit Features While Driving Storing Radio Station Presets To change the language of the The navigation system may To set preset radio stations, navigation screens, see “Driver have this feature. do the following: Information Center (DIC)” in 1. Press the O (power) knob to Touch the Limit Features While your vehicle’s owner manual index Driving screen button to turn on and turn the system on. for more information. off the ability to limit functions 2. Press the AUDIO hard key To change the navigation screens while driving. When this screen and select the desired band from English or metric, see “DIC button is highlighted, the following (AM, FM1, FM2, XM1, or XM2 Operation and Displays” in your functions are limited while driving: (if equipped)). vehicle’s owner manual index • Music Navigator Scrolling for more information. 3. Use the f (tune) knob or the • Radio Category Scrolling SEEK arrows to tune to the Deleting Personal Information • Navigation Menu Scrolling and desired station. This navigation system can some functions 4. Press and hold one of the record and store personal five preset screen buttons, at the See “Category” under AM-FM Radio information such as names and bottom of the screen, until you on page 14 and Satellite Radio addresses. At times, such as when hear a beep or see the station on page 22 for more information. you are disposing of your vehicle, displayed on the selected preset See “From Map” under Destination you may want to delete this button. on page 68 for more information. information. See “Edit Address Book — Edit/View” under Navigation Some functions will remain limited 5. Repeat the steps for each preset. Menu on page 56 for deleting regardless of the setting. See “Storing Radio Station Presets” information from the address book. under AM-FM Radio on page 14 and Satellite Radio on page 22 for more information.
  • 9. 10 Infotainment System Setting the Clock Setting the Search Area Entering an Address To set the time, do the following: To set the search area, do the If you are having trouble finding a following: city or a street name, do the 1. Press the clock touch screen 1. If the radio is already on with a following: button located in the upper right corner of the screen. map disc inserted, skip to Step 5. • Input the street name first instead of the city name, or vice versa. 2. Press the Set screen button. 2. Press the O (power) knob to turn the system on. • Input more characters or reduce 3. Press the Hours and Minutes the amount of characters to − (minus) and + (plus) signs 3. Insert the DVD map disc. See reduce or expand the available to decrease and to increase the “Installing the Map DVD” under options. time. See “Setting the Clock” Maps on page 47 for more under Navigation Menu on information. To set a destination by entering a page 56 for more information. city name, do the following: 4. A caution may appear. Touch the Setting the Search Area, OK screen button to proceed. 1. If the radio is already on with a Entering an Address and map disc inserted, skip to Step 5. 5. Press the DEST hard key. Point of Interest, and Storing 2. Press the O (power) knob to turn Preset Destinations 6. Press the Change Search Area screen button. the system on. Before entering an Address, 3. Insert the DVD map disc. See Point of Interest, Home, or Preset 7. Select the appropriate region numbered screen button that “Installing the Map DVD” under Destination, select the appropriate Maps on page 47 for more region that contains the final contains your final destination. information. destination. Your vehicle must be in 8. Press the Back screen button to P (Park) to perform this operation. return to the Destination Entry 4. A caution may appear. Touch the menu. See Destination on OK screen button to proceed. page 68 for more information.
  • 10. Infotainment System 11 5. Press the DEST hard key. Do not enter directional 10. Once a street has been information or street type, and selected, the numeric keyboard 6. Press the 6 Address Entry use the space symbol screen will display, allowing you to screen button. enter the house number. button ( U ) between street or 7. The City name category will city names. For example, the The system will display the automatically be selected for street name N. Royal Oak house number range that entry. Start entering the Rd. should be entered as royal is available for the street. city name. U oak. Use the backspace 11. Select the Go screen button. If five or less names are available ( q ) screen button if an A map screen, with the for the entered characters, a destination marked, will appear. incorrect character has been list will display. If more than 12. Select the route preference entered. five are available, there will be a (Fastest, Shortest, or Other). screen button with a number If five or less names are available, a list will display. The system will calculate in it, it represents the number and highlight the route. of available cities. Select this If more than five are available, button to view the list and select there will be a screen button with 13. Select the Start Guidance a city. a number in it, it represents screen button. You are now the number of available streets. ready to start your route. 8. Once a city is selected the Select this button to view street name category will See “Address Entry” under the list. automatically be selected for Destination on page 68 for more entry. Start entering the 9. Select the street name with information. street name. the correct prefix from the list (Dr., Ln., St., etc.).
  • 11. 12 Infotainment System Entering a Point of Interest (POI) 7. Enter the specific title of the Storing Preset Destinations To set a destination by entering POI in the POI name space 1. If the radio is already on with a a Point of Interest (POI), do the (i.e. Washington Monument). map disc inserted, skip to Step 5. following: If five or less names are available, a list will display. 2. Press the O (power) knob to 1. If the radio is already on with a turn the system on. If more than five are available, map disc inserted, skip to Step 5. there will be a screen button with 3. Insert the DVD map disc. 2. Press the O (power) knob to turn a number in it, it represents See “Installing the Map DVD” the system on. the number of available POIs. under Maps on page 47 for more Select this button to view the list. information. 3. Insert the DVD map disc. See “Installing the Map DVD” 8. Select the Go screen button. 4. A caution may appear. Touch the under Maps on page 47 for more A map screen, with the OK screen button to proceed. information. destination marked, will appear. 5. Press the DEST hard key. 4. A caution may appear. Touch the 9. Select the route preference 6. Enter a destination. See OK screen button to proceed. (Fastest, Shortest, or Other). Destination on page 68 for The system will calculate 5. Press the DEST hard key. information on how to enter a and highlight the route. destination. 6. Press the i Point of Interest 10. Select the Start Guidance screen button. 7. Press the Mark screen button screen button. You are now from the map screen to add ready to start your route. the current final destination as a See “Point of Interest (POI)” under preset destination. Destination on page 68 for more The address book screen will information. appear.
  • 12. Infotainment System 13 8. Select the Name screen button. Using Your Stored Preset 7. Select the route preference An alpha-keyboard will display. Destinations (Fastest, Shortest, or Other). Enter the name. The system will calculate These destinations are available for and highlight the route. 9. Press and hold one of the selection while driving. screen buttons at the bottom of 8. Select the Start Guidance screen the screen until a pop-up 1. If the radio is already on with a button. You are now ready to confirmation displays. map disc inserted, skip to Step 5. start your route. The name will appear in that 2. Press the O (power) knob to See “Preset Destination” under preset destination screen button turn the system on. Destination on page 68 for more and is now available to select 3. Insert the DVD map disc. See information. from the Destination Entry “Installing the Map DVD” under screen. See “Using Your Stored Maps on page 47 for more Canceling Guidance Preset Destinations” next in information. Guidance will be canceled once this section to select it as a you arrive at your final destination. destination. 4. A caution may appear. Touch the OK screen button to proceed. To cancel guidance prior to arrival See “Adding or Changing Preset at the final destination, do the Destinations” under Destination 5. Press the DEST hard key. following: on page 68 for more information 6. Select one of the available 1. Press the DEST hard key. on how to add preset preset destination screen destinations. buttons. A map screen, with the 2. Press the Cancel Guidance destination marked, will appear. screen button.
  • 13. 14 Infotainment System Guidance Volume Radio Notice: The chime signals related to safety belts, parking To adjust the volume of voice brake, and other functions of guidance prompts, do the following: AM-FM Radio the vehicle operate through the 1. Press the MENU hard key to Notice: Before adding any sound navigation system. If that enter the menu options, then equipment to the vehicle, such equipment is replaced or press the MENU key repeatedly as an audio system, CD player, additional equipment is added until Nav is selected or touch CB radio, mobile telephone, to the vehicle, the chimes may the Nav screen button. or two-way radio, make sure that not work. Make sure that it can be added by checking replacement or additional 2. Press the > Voice Prompt with your dealer/retailer. Also, equipment is compatible with screen button. the vehicle before installing check federal rules covering 3. Press the + (plus) or – (minus) mobile radio and telephone units. it. See “Accessories and screen buttons to increase or If sound equipment can be Modifications” in the Index of to decrease the volume of added, it is very important to the vehicle’s owner manual. the voice prompts. do it properly. Added sound See “Voice Prompt” under equipment can interfere with the Navigation Menu on page 56 for operation of the vehicle’s more information. engine, radio, or other systems, and even damage them. The Hybrid Screens vehicle’s systems can interfere with the operation of sound See the “Two-Mode Hybrid Manual” equipment that has been added. for more information. Use a soft clean cotton cloth dampened with clean water.
  • 14. Infotainment System 15 Playing the Radio Finding a Station O (Power/Volume): Press this knob to turn the audio system on and off. Turn the knob to increase or to decrease the volume. f (Tuning/Sound Knob): Turn this knob to go to the next or previous frequency. Press this knob to display the Sound menu. See “Sound Menu” FM source shown, later in this section. FM source shown, other sources similar other sources similar AUDIO: Press this key to display If you do not want to view a split the audio screen. Press the If viewing a map screen, touch the screen or you are not on a map key to switch between AM, FM, or source screen (AM, FM, XM, screen, press the AUDIO hard key. XM, if equipped, DISC, or AUX CD, etc.) button. The display will (Auxiliary), or touch the screen split between the audio screen and AM/FM/XM: Touch the source button. See AM-FM Radio on the map screen. All station-changing (AM, FM, or XM, if equipped) screen page 14, Satellite Radio on page 22, functions can be performed from button or press the AUDIO key CD/DVD Player on page 25, and this screen. repeatedly until the desired source Auxiliary Devices on page 44 is highlighted. for more information.
  • 15. 16 Infotainment System FM lists may also contain a category Storing Radio Station Presets to select if stations in your area This feature allows you to store support Radio Data Systems (RDS). up to 30 preset stations. See $ Refresh List: Touch this “Number of Preset Pages” under screen button to refresh the list of “Radio Menu” later in this section stations. for more information. You can mix AM, FM, and XM (if equipped). When viewing a map screen, the To store presets, do the following: name of the station or channel 1. Press the O (power) knob to turn will appear on the display. the system on. FM source shown, ¨SEEK / ©SEEK: To seek 2. If viewing a map screen, touch other sources similar stations, press the left or right arrow the source screen button, keys to go to the next or previous press the AUDIO key, or press Category: Touch the screen station and stay there. the FAV (favorite) key. button, located in the middle of the screen, to receive a list of all of To scan stations, press and 3. Select the band. the selected band stations in hold either arrow for more than 4. Seek, scan, or tune to the desired the area. Use the up and down two seconds. The radio will go to a station, to select the station. arrow screen buttons to scroll the station, play for a few seconds, frequencies. Touch the desired then go on to the next station. 5. Press and hold one of the preset frequency. To stop scanning, press either screen buttons for more than arrow again. two seconds or until you hear a beep. 6. Repeat the steps for each preset.
  • 16. Infotainment System 17 Sound Menu Setting the Tone Front/Rear (Fade): To adjust the fade between the front and the TREBLE: Touch the plus (+) or rear speakers, touch and hold the minus (−) sign to increase or Front or Rear screen buttons. decrease the treble. If a station is To center the balance and the fade, weak or noisy, decrease the treble. touch the center, where the two MID (Midrange): Touch the plus (+) lines meet. or minus (−) sign to increase or decrease the midrange. Automatic Equalization If the system has automatic BASS: Touch the plus (+) or equalization, you can select minus (−) sign to increase or customized equalization settings decrease the bass. designed for Talk. Touch the Digital Signal Processing (DSP) shown, Equalization similar Adjusting the Speakers Talk screen button to hear the change in sound. The system will L/R (Left/Right) (Balance): save the setting for each source. f (Sound Menu): Press this knob To adjust the balance between the or press the MENU key to access left and the right speakers, touch To not use the automatic the Sound menu to adjust the treble, and hold the L or R screen buttons. equalization setting, press any of midrange, bass, fade, balance, To center the balance and the the screen buttons that will change and equalization or Digital Signal fade, touch the center, where the the treble, midrange, bass, balance, Processing (DSP), if equipped with two lines meet. or fade. This will take the system the Bose® sound system. out of the equalization setting so that you can create your own sound.
  • 17. 18 Infotainment System Digital Signal Processing (DSP) MP3/WMA, DVD, or XM stereo 2 CH (Channel): Select this screen If the system has Digital Signal digital audio source and delivers five button to enhance surround sound. Processing (DSP), DSP is used to independent audio channels from The Surround screen button must provide a choice of four different the conventional two channel stereo be selected to select the 2 CH listening experiences. DSP can be recordings. This is not available screen button. used while listening to the audio for AM or FM. 5.1 CH (Channel): Select this system. The type of DSP selected is Driver: Select this screen button to screen button, when listening to a displayed on the status line. adjust the audio to give the driver DVD, to give a full affect of surround Select from the following DSP the best possible sound quality. sound listening. The Surround settings: screen button must be selected to Rear: Select this screen button to select the 5.1 CH screen button. Normal: Select this screen button to adjust the audio to give the rear seat adjust the audio to be in normal occupants the best possible sound Downmix: If a 5.1CH disk is mode. This provides the best sound quality. playing, and the 2 CH screen button quality for all seating positions. The 2 CH and 5.1 CH buttons are is selected or RSA is turned on, ® available only when a 5.1 CH disk is the system will downmix the audio Surround (Centerpoint ): Select from 5.1 CH to 2 CH if this feature is this screen button to turn on Bose available and RSA is off. supported on the disk. Centerpoint® signal processing circuitry. Centerpoint® produces a full vehicle surround sound listening experience from a CD,
  • 18. Infotainment System 19 Radio Menu Additional Information Displayed Limit Features While Driving The navigation system may have The navigation system may have this feature. this feature. Touch the 4 Additional Information Touch the Limit Features While Displayed screen button to turn Driving screen button to turn on and station, channel, CD, and MP3 off the ability to limit functions information on or off. while driving. When this screen button is highlighted, the following Touch the YES screen button to functions will be limited while driving: receive information, when it is available, for the following; FM: RDS • Music Navigator Scrolling category name and radio text, • Radio Category Scrolling Press the MENU key to enter the XM: Song Title and Artist Name, • Navigation Menu Scrolling and menu screen, then press the CD: CD text, MP3: tag information. some functions MENU key repeatedly until Radio is Touch the NO screen button to selected or touch the Radio screen See “Category” earlier in this receive no information. section for more information. button to make changes for radio information displayed or to limit See “From Map” under Destination features while driving, number of on page 68 for more information. preset pages, XM categories, and Automatic Volume Control or Bose® AudioPilot®.
  • 19. 20 Infotainment System Number of Preset Pages To use Automatic Volume Control: The volume level should always sound the same to you as you drive. Touch the / Number of Preset 1. Set the volume at the desired level. To turn automatic volume control Pages screen button to change off, touch the OFF screen button. the number of preset pages, 2. Press the MENU key to enter 1 through 6. Each preset page the menu screen, then press AudioPilot: If the system has can contain five preset stations. the MENU key repeatedly the Bose® sound system it may Touch the desired numbered until Radio is selected or touch include Bose AudioPilot® noise screen button. the Radio screen button compensation technology. To use AudioPilot®: Automatic Volume Control or 3. Press the > Automatic Volume Bose AudioPilot® 1. Press the MENU key to enter the Control screen button to access menu screen, then press the > Automatic Volume Control: the Speed Compensated MENU key repeatedly until Radio With automatic volume control, Volume screen. is selected or touch the Radio your audio system adjusts 4. Touch the Low, Medium, or screen button. automatically to make up for road High screen buttons. 2. Press the > Automatic Volume and wind noise as you drive. Each higher setting allows Control screen button to access for more compensation at the AudioPilot menu. faster vehicle speeds. 3. Press the ON screen button. Then, as you drive, automatic volume control automatically To turn it off, touch the OFF screen increases the volume, as necessary, button. to overcome noise at any speed.
  • 20. Infotainment System 21 When on, AudioPilot® continuously Radio Data System (RDS) In rare cases, a radio station may adjusts the audio system broadcast incorrect information The audio system has a Radio Data equalization, to compensate for that will cause the radio features to System (RDS). RDS features are background noise, so that your work improperly. If this happens, available for use only on FM stations music always sounds the same at contact the radio station. that broadcast RDS information. the set volume level. With RDS, the radio can do The RDS system is always on. This feature is most effective at the following: When information is broadcast from lower volume settings where • Seek to stations broadcasting the the FM station you are listening background noise can affect how selected type of programming to, the station name or call letters well you hear the music being will be displayed on the audio played through your vehicle’s audio • Receive announcements screen. RDS may provide a program system. At higher volume settings, concerning local and national type (PTY) for current programming where the music is much louder than emergencies and the name of the program the background noise, there may • Display messages from radio being broadcasted. be little or no adjustments by stations AudioPilot®. For more information on AudioPilot®, please visit This system relies on receiving bose.com/audiopilot. specific information from these stations and will only work when the information is available.
  • 21. 22 Infotainment System Satellite Radio Notice: The chime signals Playing the Radio related to safety belts, parking Notice: Before adding any sound brake, and other functions of O (Power/Volume): Press this equipment to the vehicle, such the vehicle operate through the knob to turn the audio system as an audio system, CD player, navigation system. If that on and off. Turn the knob to CB radio, mobile telephone, equipment is replaced or increase or to decrease the volume. or two-way radio, make sure that additional equipment is added it can be added by checking to the vehicle, the chimes may f (Tuning/Sound Knob): Turn with your dealer/retailer. Also, not work. Make sure that this knob to go to the next or check federal rules covering replacement or additional previous frequency. mobile radio and telephone units. equipment is compatible with Press this knob to display the If sound equipment can be the vehicle before installing it. Sound menu. See “Sound Menu” added, it is very important to See “Accessories and later in this section. do it properly. Added sound Modifications” in the Index of equipment can interfere with the vehicle’s owner manual. AUDIO: Press this key to display the operation of the vehicle’s the audio screen. Press the engine, radio, or other systems, key to switch between AM, FM, or and even damage them. The XM, if equipped, DISC, or AUX vehicle’s systems can interfere (Auxiliary), or touch the screen with the operation of sound button. See AM-FM Radio on equipment that has been added. page 14, Satellite Radio on page 22, CD/DVD Player on page 25, and Auxiliary Devices on page 44 for more information.
  • 22. Infotainment System 23 Finding a Station XM lists will also contain a category ¨SEEK / ©SEEK: To seek to select and the stations or stations, press the left or right arrow For information on finding and channels that pertain to the keys to go to the next or previous changing a station, see AM-FM category. For XM, touch the left and station and stay there. Radio on page 14 earlier in right arrow screen buttons to this section. To scan stations, press and change categories. The station AM/FM/XM: Touch the source information will appear on the hold either arrow for more than (AM, FM, or XM, if equipped) screen display. See “Radio Menu” later in two seconds. The radio will go to a button or press the AUDIO key this section to add and remove station, play for a few seconds, repeatedly until the desired source XM categories from the category list. then go on to the next station. is highlighted. See AM-FM Radio When listening to XM stations, To stop scanning, press either on page 14 earlier in this section. you will be able to select all of the arrow again. categories when using the right Category: Touch the screen button, and left arrow screen buttons on the Storing Radio Station Presets located in the middle of the screen, main audio screen. The categories, This feature allows you to store to receive a list of all of the when removed, will not be up to 30 preset stations. You can selected band stations in the area. enabled to select from the category mix AM, FM, and XM (if equipped). Use the up and down arrow list screen. To store presets, see AM-FM screen buttons to scroll the Radio on page 14 earlier in this frequencies. Touch the desired $ Refresh List: Touch this screen section. frequency. button to refresh the list of stations. When viewing a map screen, the name of the station or channel will appear on the display.
  • 23. 24 Infotainment System Sound Menu Radio Menu Remove/Add XM Categories Touch the & Remove/Add XM Categories screen button to remove or add XM categories when selecting XM categories from the category list screen. The list of XM categories will appear on the screen. Use the up and down arrow screen buttons to scroll through the list. The categories to remove will be highlighted and the categories to add will be dark in color. Touch the category that you Digital Signal Processing (DSP) Press the MENU key to enter the would like to add or remove. shown, Equalization similar menu screen, then press the MENU Touch the Restore All Categories key repeatedly until Radio is screen button to add all categories For more information on setting selected or touch the Radio screen that have been removed. the tone, adjusting the speakers, button to make changes for radio Digital Signal Processing (DSP), information displayed or to limit XM™ Satellite Radio Service and automatic equalization, features while driving, number of XM™ is a satellite radio service see AM-FM Radio on page 14 preset pages, XM categories, that is based in the 48 contiguous earlier in this section. and Automatic Volume Control or United States and 10 Canadian Bose® AudioPilot®, see AM-FM provinces. XM Satellite Radio has Radio on page 14 earlier in a wide variety of programming this section.
  • 24. Infotainment System 25 and commercial-free music, coast-to-coast, and in digital-quality Audio Players If you turn off the ignition or radio with a CD in the player, it will stay in sound. During your trial or when the player. When you turn on the you subscribe, you will get unlimited CD/DVD Player ignition or radio, the CD will start access to XM Radio Online for Playing an Audio CD playing where it stopped, if it when you are not in the vehicle. was the last selected audio source. A service fee is required to The player can be used for CD and MP3. If your vehicle has RSE, As each new track starts to play, receive the XM service. For more the player can be used for CD, MP3, the track number will appear on the information, contact XM at DVD audio, and as a DVD video display. www.xmradio.com or call 1-800-929-2100 in the U.S. and player. See “Playing a DVD” later The CD player can play the smaller www.xmradio.ca or call in this section. 3 inch (8cm) single CDs with an 1-877-438-9677 in Canada. With the ignition on, insert a CD adapter ring. Full-size CDs and the partway into the slot, label side up. smaller CDs are loaded in the When XM™ is active, the channel The player will pull it in and the same manner. name and number, song title, and artist will display on the screen. CD should begin playing. While If an error appears on the display, playing a CD, the navigation system see “CD/DVD Messages” later XM™ Radio Messages is available. If you insert a CD in this section. See “XM™ Radio Messages” in the with the system off and the ignition vehicle’s owner manual” for a list on, it will start to play. of possible XM messages. When you insert a CD, the CD tab will display.
  • 25. 26 Infotainment System If viewing a map screen, touch the RANDOM: Touch this button to ¨SEEK / ©SEEK: Press the CD screen button. The display hear the tracks in random, rather right arrow to go to the next track. will split between the audio screen than sequential, order. Touch Press the left arrow to go to the start and the map screen. If you do RANDOM again to turn off of the current track, if more than not want to view a split screen or random play. five seconds have played. If either you are not on a map screen, press arrow is pressed more than once, the AUDIO key then press the r (Rewind): Touch and hold this the player will continue moving AUDIO key until CD is selected or button to rewind quickly through backward or forward through touch the CD screen button. a track selection. You will hear the CD. The sound will mute while sound at a reduced volume. seeking. Release this button to stop rewinding. The display will show You can also turn the tune knob to the elapsed time of the track. seek to the next or previous track. [ (Forward): Touch and hold this When playing an audio CD, if your button to fast forward quickly vehicle has RSE, the rear seat through a track selection. You will operator can power on the RSE hear sound at a reduced volume. video screen and use the remote Release this button to stop fast control to navigate through the forwarding. The display will show tracks on the CD. the elapsed time of the track. j / r (Pause/Play): Touch this button to pause the CD. This button will then change to the play button. Touch the play button to play the CD.
  • 26. Infotainment System 27 Using an MP3 CD • Maximum 32 characters, Root Directory MP3 Format including spaces, in a file or The root directory will be treated as folder name. a folder. If the root directory has There are guidelines that must be met, when creating an MP3 disc. • Maximum number of folders is compressed audio files, the directory If the guidelines are not met 253 with a maximum hierarchy will be displayed as ROOT. when recording a CD-R(W), the CD of eight folders. All files contained directly under the may not play. The guidelines are root directory will be accessed • Create a folder structure that (Supported Sampling rate and prior to any root directory folders. makes it easy to find songs while Bit rates will vary based on CD or However, playlists (Px) will always driving. Organize songs by DVD Navigation Systems): be accessed before root folders albums using one folder for each or files. • Sampling rate: 8 kHz, 11.025 album. Each folder or album kHz, 12 kHz, 16 kHz, 22.05 kHz, should contain 18 songs or less. Empty Directory or Folder 24 kHz, 32 kHz, and 44.1 kHz, • It is recommended that there is a If a root directory or a folder exists 48 kHz, 88.2 kHz, 96 kHz, maximum of 192 files on a disc. somewhere in the file structure 176.4 kHz, and 192 kHz. that contains only folders/subfolders • The files can be recorded on a • Bit rates supported: 8, 16, 24, 32, CD-R or CD-RW with a maximum and no compressed files directly 40, 48, 56, 64, 80, 96, 112, 128, capacity of 700MB. beneath them, the player will 160, 192, 224, 256, and 320 kbps. advance to the next folder in the file • DVD with MP3 are not playable structure that contains compressed • ID3 tag information is displayed on this system. audio files and the empty folder by the radio if it is available. will not be displayed or numbered. The radio supports ID3 tag information v1.0 or v1.1. The radio will display a filename, song name, artist name, album name, and directory name.
  • 27. 28 Infotainment System No Folder Order of Play File System and Naming When the CD contains only Tracks will be played in the following The song name that will display will compressed files, the files will be order: be the song name that is contained located under the root folder. • Play will begin from the first track in the ID3 tag. If the song name The next and previous folder in the first playlist and will is not present in the ID3 tag, functions will have no function on a continue sequentially through all then the radio will display the file CD that was recorded without tracks in each playlist. When name without the extension folders or playlists. When displaying the last track of the last playlist (such as .mp3) as the track name. the name of the folder the radio has been played, play will Track names longer than will display ROOT. continue from the first track of 32 characters or four pages will be When the CD contains only playlists the first playlist. shortened. The display will not and compressed audio files, but • If the CD does not contain any show parts of words on the last no folders, all files will be located playlists, then play will begin page of text and the extension of under the root folder. The left from the first track under the root the filename will not display. and right arrow buttons will search directory. When all tracks from playlists (Px) first and then go Preprogrammed Playlists the root directory have been to the root folder. When the radio played, play will continue from You can access preprogrammed displays the name of the folder files according to their numerical playlists which were created the radio will display ROOT. listing. After playing the last by WinAmp™, MusicMatch™, or track from the last folder, play Real Jukebox™ software, however, will begin again at the first track of you will not have editing capability. the first folder or root directory. These playlists will be treated as special folders containing When play enters a new folder, the compressed audio song files. display will not automatically show the new folder name. The new track name will appear on the display.
  • 28. Infotainment System 29 Playing an MP3 If viewing a map screen, touch the Random: Touch this screen button With the ignition on, insert a CD CD screen button. The display to hear the disc played in random partway into the slot, label side up. will split between the audio screen (tracks and folders) order. Touch the The player will pull it in. The system and the map screen. If you do Random screen button to turn off may take some time to read the not want to view a split screen or random play. MP3 disc. While playing a CD, the you are not on a map screen, press the AUDIO key, then press the r (Rewind): Touch and hold this navigation system is available. If you AUDIO key until CD is selected or button to rewind quickly through a insert a CD with the system off and touch the CD screen button. track selection. You will hear sound the ignition on, it will start to play. at a reduced volume. Release this When you insert a CD, the CD tab button to stop rewinding. The display will display. will show the elapsed time of the track. If you turn off the ignition or radio with a CD in the player, it will stay in [ (Forward): Touch and hold this the player. When you turn on the button to fast forward quickly ignition or radio, the CD will through a track selection. You will start playing where it stopped, if it hear sound at a reduced volume. was the last selected audio source. Release this button to stop fast As each new track starts to play, forwarding. The display will show the track number will appear on the the elapsed time of the track. display. j / r (Pause/Play): Touch this q r (Folder): Select the left or If an error appears on the display, button to pause the CD. This button right arrow to go to the previous or see “CD/DVD Messages” later will then change to the play next folder on the disc. in this section. button. Touch the play button to play the CD.
  • 29. 30 Infotainment System Press the middle screen button, with When playing an MP3, if your See “Rear Seat Entertainment the folder name, to sort the MP3 vehicle has RSE, the rear seat System” in the Index of your by folder and file name. It may take operator can power on the RSE vehicle’s owner manual for more a few minutes for the system to video screen and use the remote information. sort the MP3. control to navigate through the MP3. The DVD player is only compatible Sort By: Touch this screen button to Playing a DVD with DVDs of the appropriate organize the MP3 to enable you to region code that is printed on the sort the MP3 by artist, album, and The player can be used for DVD jacket of most DVDs. genre. It may take a few minutes for audio and DVD video. The DVD slot is compatible with the system to sort the MP3. With the ignition on, insert a DVD most audio CDs, CD-R, CD-RW, partway into the top visible slot, label DVD-Video, DVD-Audio, ¨SEEK / ©SEEK: Press the side up. The player will pull it in and DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW media right arrow to go to the next track. the DVD should begin playing. along with MP3 and WMA Press the left arrow to go to the While playing a DVD, the navigation “un-protected” formats. start of the current track, if more system is available. If you insert a than five seconds have played. DVD with the system off and the There are three ways to play a DVD: If either arrow is pressed more than ignition on, it will start to play. • Once a DVD is inserted, the once, the player will continue system will automatically start moving backward or forward through This feature will not operate on the navigation screen unless play of the DVD. the CD. The sound will mute while seeking. the vehicle is in P (Park). • If you are on a map screen, touch The Rear Seat Entertainment (RSE) the DVD screen button. You can also turn the tune knob to seek to the next or previous track. video screen will start play of the • Press the AUDIO hard key, then DVD when a DVD has been touch the DVD screen button. inserted into the navigation system.
  • 30. Infotainment System 31 When a DVD is loaded in the DVD Rear Seat Entertainment (RSE) DVD Menu Options player, the rear seat operator If the Rear Seat Entertainment Once a DVD starts to play, the can power on the RSE video screen (RSE) video screen is playing a menu options will automatically and use the remote control to DVD movie and the ignition is appear. To display the menu navigate through the DVD. turned to LOCK and then back to choices while a DVD is playing in O (Power/Volume): Press this ACCESSORY, RUN, or START, full screen, touch anywhere on knob to turn the system on and off. the RSE screen will not turn back on the screen. Turn the knob to increase or automatically. To view the movie decrease the volume of the audio on the RSE video screen: system. • Press the remote control Press and hold this knob for more O (power) button, then the than two seconds to turn the r (play) button, which will navigation system, RSE, and continue the movie from where it RSA off. was stopped. If an error appears on the display, • Press the r (play) screen button see “CD/DVD Messages” later on the navigation screen, which in this section. will continue the movie from where it was stopped. There are three pages of menu • Eject and replace the DVD movie options. Press the right and left arrow screen buttons to use all from the navigation system, of the menu screen buttons. which will start the movie from Menu options are available when the beginning. they are highlighted. Some menu options are only available when the DVD is not playing.
  • 31. 32 Infotainment System Full: Press this screen button to j / r (Pause/Play): Touch this [ (Forward): Touch and hold this remove all menu options from button to pause the DVD. This button to advance rapidly through the display. Press anywhere on the button will then change to the play the scene, chapters, and titles. screen to display the menu options. button. Touch the play button to This button may not work when the Cursor: Touch this button to access play the DVD. DVD is playing the copyright the cursor menu. The arrows and information or the previews. Random: Touch this button to hear other cursor options allow you to the tracks in random, rather than Top Menu: Touch this button to navigate the DVD menu options. sequential, order. Touch Random display the first menu of the The cursor menu options are only again to turn off random play. DVD. This button is not available available if a DVD has a menu. This button is not available for on all DVDs. DVD video. Menu: Touch this button to display q, Q, r,R (Arrow Buttons): Use these arrow buttons to move c (Stop): Touch this button to the DVD menu of the current around the DVD menu. area of the DVD that is playing. stop play of the DVD. Press the play This button is not available for button to continue playing the Enter: Touch this button to select DVD audio. DVD from where the DVD was the highlighted option. Search: Touch this button to stopped. Press this button twice to Return: Touch this button to go return to the beginning of the DVD. display the title search screen. back to the previous DVD menu. The keyboard allows you to type in r (Rewind): Touch and hold this the title number of the title that Back: Touch this button to go back button to rewind through the scene, you would like to watch. to the main DVD display screen. chapters, and titles. This button may not work when the DVD is Setup: Touch this button to display Move: Touch this button to playing the copyright information or the DVD Setup screen. This button move the cursor buttons back and the previews. is only available when the DVD forth from the bottom-right corner to is not playing. The DVD Setup the top-left corner of the screen. screen allows you to change the
  • 32. Infotainment System 33 brightness, contrast, and mode, Day: Touch this screen button and The movie must be stopped to use change the viewing on the monitor, the system will make the navigation this menu. These settings are and to change the initial settings; screen background brighten. not available on all DVDs. language, parental level, and aspect. Monitor: From the DVD Setup ! (Brightness): Touch the up or screen, touch this button to adjust down screen arrows to increase the viewing angle of the DVD on or decrease the brightness of the navigation screen. This is the navigation screen. not available on all DVDs. _ (Contrast): Touch the up or Touch the e button to close down screen arrows to increase or the screen in from the left and decrease the contrast of the right sides. navigation screen. Touch the J button to fill the Auto (Automatic): Touch this screen on the left and right sides. screen button for the system Audio Language: Touch English, to automatically adjust the Touch the d button to fill the Francais, or Espanol to change the navigation screen background screen on the top and bottom. language that you are listening to. depending on exterior lighting Initial Settings: From the DVD Subtitle Language: Touch English, conditions. Setup screen, touch this button to Francais, or Espanol to change Night: Touch this screen button change audio, subtitle, and the language of the subtitles. and the system will make the menu languages, parental level, navigation screen background and to view the aspect of the DVD. Menu Language: Touch English, darken. Francais, or Espanol to change the language of the menus.
  • 33. 34 Infotainment System Parental Level: Touch this button If the password has been forgotten, Angle: Touch this button to adjust to change the rating level to contact your dealer/retailer. the viewing angle of the DVD. only allow the play of DVDs with a Repeatedly press this button to certain rating. The rating selection This may not be available on toggle through the angles. This is 1 through 8, with 1 being a all DVDs. button is not available when G rating. If the 1 is selected, any Aspect: Touch this button to change the DVD is stopped. This may not DVD with a rating above G will not the aspect ratio of the DVD. This may be available on all DVDs. be able to be viewed without not be available on all DVDs. entering a password. q Page: Press this button to go to Audio: Press this button to display the previous scene. This button is When the parental level screen is the audio stream number and to not available when the DVD is first entered a keyboard will change the language heard. stopped. This button is not available appear on the display and a Repeatedly press this button to for DVD video. four-digit password will need to be toggle through the available created. Type in a password languages. This may not be available Page r : Press this button to go to that you will be able to remember. on all DVDs. This button is not the next scene. This button is not Once the password is created, available when the DVD is stopped. available when the DVD is stopped. you can then select a rating level. Subtitle: Touch this button to This button is not available for playback the video with subtitles. DVD video. If you would like to change the rating level, press the Parental Level Repeatedly press this button ¨SEEK (Next Track/Chapter): button, then press the Password to toggle through the available Press this hard key to go to the next button. Type in the password languages. To turn the subtitles off, track or chapter. This button may and then change the rating level. press this button until Off is not work when the DVD is playing selected. This button is not available the copyright information or the when the DVD is stopped. This previews. may not be available on all DVDs.
  • 34. Infotainment System 35 ©SEEK (Previous Track/ • It is very hot. When the If playing recorded media such as Chapter): Press this hard key to temperature returns to normal, a CD or DVD, the sound quality return to the start of the current track the DVD should play. may be reduced due to CD or DVD or chapter. Press this button again to quality, the method of recording, • You are driving on a very rough go to the previous track or chapter. the quality of the music that road. When the road becomes This button may not work when the has been recorded, recording smoother, the CD/DVD DVD is playing the copyright speed, max media recording speed, should play. information or the previews. and the way the CD or DVD has • The CD/DVD is dirty, scratched, been handled. There may be an CD/DVD Messages wet, or upside down. increase in skipping, difficulty • The air is very humid. If so, wait in finding tracks, and/or difficulty in If Disc Read Error appears on the about an hour and try again. loading and ejecting. If these display and/or the CD/DVD comes problems occur, check the bottom out, it could be for one of the • There may have been a problem surface of the disc. If the surface following reasons: while burning the CD/DVD. is damaged, such as cracked, • If a disc was inserted with an • The label may be caught in the broken, or scratched, it will not invalid or unknown format. CD/DVD player. play properly. If the surface is • If the disc is not from a correct soiled, see “Care of Your CDs and If the CD/DVD is not playing DVDs” in the Index of the vehicle’s region. correctly, for any other reason, owner manual. • If the map DVD disc was installed try a known good CD/DVD. into the CD slot. See “Installing If any error occurs repeatedly or if the Map DVD” under Maps on an error cannot be corrected, page 47 for more information. contact your dealer/retailer.
  • 35. 36 Infotainment System If there is no apparent damage, USB Host Support Playing from USB try a known good CD or DVD. The USB connector uses the Content can also be played directly Notice: If a label is added to a USB 2.0. from the USB device. CD or DVD, or more than one CD The USB port is located, depending or DVD is inserted into the slot USB Supported Devices on the vehicle, in the center console at a time, or an attempt is made to • USB flash sticks or pen drives. or instrument panel in the APO play scratched or damaged • Portable USB Hard Drives. connection on the passenger side. CDs or DVDs, the player could be Special care needs to be damaged. While using the CD The USB icon displays when the taken related to the power source or DVD player, use only CDs or USB device connected. of these devices (USB bus DVDs in good condition without powered vs. external power). To play a USB device: any label, load one CD or DVD at a time, and keep the player and • Portable media adapters that • Connect the USB and it begins the loading slot free of foreign support SD Flash, Compact to play. materials, liquids, and debris. Flash, or SD Micro. • Press the Audio hard key until Do not add any label to a CD Depending on the USB mass AUX tab is selected, then or DVD, it could get caught in the storage device, some devices might press the USB screen button. player. If a CD or DVD is recorded not be recognized. The supported The audio source options under on a personal computer and a file formats for USB devices are AUX menu will vary based description label is needed, .mp3 and .wma files. on your Navigation model. try labeling the top of the recorded Music can be played directly from CD or DVD with a soft marker. the USB device and controlled through MP3 control functions and menu.
  • 36. Infotainment System 37 While the USB source is active, TUNE: Turn the knob to the right or To use the USB music menu: use the following to operate left to go to the next or previous USB function: track. k (Play/Pause): Press to start, USB Music Menu: See USB Music pause or resume play of the current Menu following for more information. media source. USB Music Menu l (Seek Up/FWD): Press to seek Once the USB has been connected, to the next track. the main music menu appears. Press and hold to advance quickly Select any of the following buttons through playback. Release the on the USB Music Menu: button to return to playing speed. Files/Folders/Playlists: Select to Elapsed time displays. view the playlists stored on the USB. 1. Touch the center button to go to g (Seek Down/REV): Press to Select a folder/playlist to view a the main list menu. The system seek to the beginning of the current list of all songs in the folder/playlist. will start reading the disc. or previous track. If the track Select a song from the list. Once has been playing for less than selected, Files/Folders/Playlists five seconds, the previous track Mode displays. The playlist option plays. If playing longer than would only be available if the device five seconds, the current track has playlist. restarts. Press and hold to reverse quickly through playback. Release the button to return to playing speed. Elapsed time displays.
  • 37. 38 Infotainment System 2. Once the disc has been read into 3. Touch Files, Folders, or Playlists 4. Touch to play the desired song. the system, touch USB. to show a list of songs stored on the USB device.
  • 38. Infotainment System 39 Touch the single scroll arrows on Eject: Touch when USB is to be If the USB is disconnected without the side of the screen to scroll removed. A message displays touching Eject, the files could through the list. Touching the double to safely remove it. become corrupted. scroll arrows will scroll the list in 10 percent increments.
  • 39. 40 Infotainment System Playing from an iPod® 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 is a trademark of Apple Inc., iPod USB cable to the iPod’s dock in the vehicle by connecting it to registered in the U.S. and other connector. Connect the other the Auxiliary Input Jack using countries. end to the USB port, depending on a standard 3.5 mm (1/8 inch) stereo This feature supports the following the vehicle, in the center console cable. See Auxiliary Devices on iPod models: or instrument panel in the APO page 44. • iPod (5th generation) connection on the passenger side. iPod Music Menu • iPod Nano (1st generation iPod music information displays on the radio’s display and begins Once the iPod has been connected, • iPod Nano (2nd generation) playing through the vehicle’s the main music menu appears. • iPod Nano (3rd generation) audio system. Select any of the following buttons • iPod Classic The iPod battery recharges on the iPod Music Menu to automatically while the ignition is display the corresponding screen: • iPod Touch on or in the accessory position. Playlist: Select this button to Video streaming or album art will When the ignition is turned off while view the playlists that have been not be supported from the iPod. an iPod is connected using the stored on the iPod. Select a playlist For proper operation, make sure the iPod USB cable, the iPod battery name to view a list of all songs iPod has the latest firmware from stops charging and the iPod in the playlist. Select the desired Apple®. iPod firmware can be automatically turns off. song from the list. Once a song has updated using the latest iTunes® been selected “Playlist Mode” application. appears on the iPod main screen to show that music is playing from a For more information, visit playlist. www.apple.com/itunes
  • 40. Infotainment System 41 Artist: Select this button to view Genres: Select this button to view Audio Book: Select this button to the artists that have been stored on the genres that have been stored view the audio books that have the iPod. Select an artist name on the iPod. Select a genre name to been stored on the iPod. Select an to view a list of all songs by view a list of all songs of that audio book name to view a list the artist. Select the desired song genre. Select the desired song from of all songs of that genre. Select the from the list. Once a song has been the list. Once a song has been desired song from the list. Once a selected “Artist Mode” appears selected “Genre Mode” appears on song has been selected “Audio Book on the iPod main screen to show the iPod main screen to show Mode” appears on the iPod main that music is being played from that music is being played from a screen. a specific artist. specific genre. Audio Book will only appear as a Album: Select this button to view Composers: Select this button to valid category if this option is the albums that have been stored on view the composers that have on the iPod. the iPod. Select an album name been stored on the iPod. Select a to view a list of all songs on composer name to view a list Podcasts: Select this button to the album. Select the desired song of all songs of that composer. view the podcasts that have been from the list. Once a song has Select the desired song from the stored on the iPod. Select a name been selected “Album Mode” list. Once a song has been selected to view a list of all songs of that appears on the iPod main screen to “Composer Mode” appears on genre. Select the desired song from show that music is being played the iPod main screen to show that the list. Once a song has been from a specific album. music is being played from a specific selected “Podcast Mode” appears composer. on the iPod main screen.
  • 41. 42 Infotainment System Podcasts will only appear as a valid category if this option is on the iPod. To use the iPod music menu: 2. Touch Files, Folders, or Playlists 3. Touch to play the desired song. to show a list of songs stored on the iPod device. Eject iPod: Select this button to remove the iPod. If the iPod is 1. Touch the center button to go to disconnected without selecting the main list menu. this button, the files on the iPod could be corrupted.
  • 42. Infotainment System 43 Audio Book Audiobooks can be downloaded from iTunes® or if in .mp3. After inserting the USB or iPod, the following screen displays: 2. Touch Audiobooks or Podcasts 3. Touch to play the desired media. to show a list of the media stored on the iPod device. 1. Touch the center button to go to the main list menu.
  • 43. 44 Infotainment System Auxiliary Devices To use a portable audio player, Navigation connect a 3.5 mm (1/8 inch) cable The navigation system has an to the auxiliary input jack. When auxiliary input jack located in the a device is connected, the system Using the Navigation upper right corner of the faceplate. will detect and automatically System This is not an audio output; do not begin playing audio from the device plug the headphone set into the This section presents basic over the vehicle’s speakers. information needed to operate the front auxiliary input jack. You can however, connect an external audio If a device is connected and you navigation system. device such as an iPod, laptop are listening to another source Use the hard keys located on the computer, MP3 player, CD changer, (FM, CD, MP3, etc.), press navigation system along with or cassette tape player, etc. to the the AUDIO key then press the the available touch-sensitive screen auxiliary input jack for use as another AUDIO key repeatedly until AUX is buttons on the navigation screen source for audio listening. selected or touch the AUX screen to operate the system. See Using button. An auxiliary device must be the Navigation System on page 44 Drivers are encouraged to set up connected for the AUX screen any auxiliary device while the vehicle for more information. button to appear as an option to is in P (Park). See “Defensive select or the vehicle must have rear Once the vehicle is moving, various Driving” in the Index of your vehicles auxiliary jacks. See “Rear Seat functions will be disabled to owner manual for more information Entertainment System” in the Index reduce driver distractions. on driver distraction. of your vehicle’s owner manual If your vehicle has rear audio/video for more information on the rear input jacks, located in the rear of auxiliary jacks. the center console, they can be used as another source for audio/video listening.
  • 44. Infotainment System 45 Hard Keys system. Turn the tune knob to go to DEST (Destination): Press this key the next or previous radio station. to access the Destination Entry The following hard keys are located See AM-FM Radio on page 14 screen to plan a destination or to on the navigation system: and Satellite Radio on page 22 for change the search area. See O (Power/Volume): Press this more information. Destination on page 68 for more knob to turn the system on and off. information. Turn the knob to increase or Z (CD/DVD Eject): Press the eject button to eject CDs or DVDs. RPT (Navigation Repeat): Press decrease the volume to the this key to repeat the last voice audio system. NAV (Navigation): Press this guidance prompt. key to view your vehicle’s current If your vehicle has the Rear Seat FAV (Favorite): Press this key position on the map screen. Entertainment (RSE) and Rear Seat to access the preset stations. Each press of this key will cycle Audio (RSA), press and hold this See “Storing Radio Station Presets” through Full Map and the tab knob for more than two seconds to under AM-FM Radio on page 14 that displays the current audio turn off the navigation system, and Satellite Radio on page 22 for source (AM, FM, CD, etc.). Full Map the RSE, and RSA. more information. displays the screen in full map f (Tune/Speaker Adjustment): view. Selecting the audio tab will AUDIO: Press this key to access Press this knob to access the Sound split the screen between the the full Audio screen to change AM, screen to adjust bass, midrange, map screen and the current audio FM, XM™ Satellite Radio Service treble, and equalization or Digital source screen menu. See “Audio” (if equipped), CD, DVD (if equipped), Signal Processing (DSP), if the under AM-FM Radio on page 14 and auxiliary input. See “Audio” vehicle has the Bose® sound and Satellite Radio on page 22 under AM-FM Radio on page 14 and for more information. Satellite Radio on page 22 for more information.
  • 45. 46 Infotainment System MENU: Press this key to adjust Alpha-Numeric Keyboard U (Space): Select the space features for sound, radio, navigation, screen button to enter a space Letters of the alphabet, symbols, and the display. See Navigation between characters or the words punctuation, and numbers, Menu on page 56 for more of a name. when available, will display on the information. navigation screen as an alpha q (Backspace): Select the ¨SEEK / ©SEEK: Press the or numeric keyboard. The alpha backspace screen button if an seek arrows to seek and scan radio keyboard will display when the incorrect character has been stations, to seek tracks on a CD, system requires entry of a city or selected. and to seek chapters on a DVD. street name. See AM-FM Radio on page 14, To make name selections easier, All characters are touch-sensitive Satellite Radio on page 22, the system will only highlight screen buttons. Touch a character to and CD/DVD Player on page 25 the characters that can follow the select it. for more information. last one entered. For example, A-Y (Accent Alphabet): Select this if a Z is entered, a T may not be Touch-Sensitive Screen screen button to select letters available for selection. Buttons with accent symbols. This button If a name does not display after Touch-sensitive screen buttons are may toggle to A-Z. entry, it may need to be entered located on the screen. When a A-Z (Alphabet): Select this screen differently, the map DVD disc screen button has been selected, button to select letters from the may not contain that information, a beep will sound. Screen buttons alphabet. This button may toggle or the correct search area has are highlighted when a feature to A-Y. not been selected. See Database is available. Coverage Explanations on 0-9 (Numbers): Select this screen page 84 for more information or button to select numbers. Destination on page 68 to change the search area.
  • 46. Infotainment System 47 Maps a very slight buzz sound from the navigation system. The sound This section includes basic is similar to that of a CD player information needed to know about seeking through different tracks. the map database. This is normal operation and may occur more frequently with the Map Coverage use of XM NavTraffic. The maps are stored on a DVD. The 48 contiguous United States, Your dealer/retailer may have along with Hawaii, Alaska, and installed the map DVD. If the map portions of Canada are contained DVD was not installed, do the on one disc. following to load it: Refer to the “Navigation System 1. Turn the ignition on. A. Map DVD Slot Map Disc” manual to view a detailed 2. Press the O (power) knob to explanation of map coverage and 4. Touch the Insert Map Disc turn the navigation system on screen button. The screen will tilt detailed city lists in each region. or press the NAV, DEST, This manual will be in the map DVD to access the map DVD slot. or MENU hard keys. If the MENU case when the vehicle is delivered hard key is selected, press 5. Load the map DVD partway into from the factory. and hold until the NAV screen is the slot. The system will pull it in. active, or select the NAV tab 6. Once the map DVD is loaded, Installing the DVD Map Disc manually. touch the Close screen button. When a DVD Map Disc is installed, The screen will close. noise from the disc may occur, 3. Touch the OK screen button to this is normal system operation. agree to the Caution screen, 7. Set the search area. See if it appears. If the map is in split “Setting the Search Area” under The navigation system in this screen mode, you must push Using the Navigation System vehicle uses a DVD to store map the NAV tab button to get the full on page 44 for more information. information. When the system loads map screen. data from the disc, you may hear
  • 47. 48 Infotainment System Ejecting the DVD Map Disc Handling the DVD Map Disc DVD Map Disc Messages When the DVD map disc is not When handling the DVD map If Disc Read Error appears on the loaded, you will not be able to use disc, be careful of the following: display and/or the disc comes out, the navigation portion of the system. • Handle the disc very carefully to it could be for one of the following 1. Press the MENU key to enter the avoid contamination or flaws. reasons: Menu options, then press the Signals may not read out properly • If the map DVD disc was MENU key repeatedly until if the disc gets contaminated installed into the audio CD/ video Nav is selected or touch the or flawed. DVD slot. See “Installing DVD Nav screen button. • If the disc gets soiled, use a soft Map Disc” earlier in this section. 2. Touch the Map Database cloth to gently wipe it out from • It is very hot. When the Information screen button. the center of the disc to the temperature returns to normal, 3. Touch the Change screen outside. Do not use photographic the disc should work. button. The screen will tilt, record cleaner, solvents, or • You are driving on a very rough exposing the map DVD slot other cleaners. road. When the road becomes and the map DVD will eject. • Do not use the disc to rest on smoother, the disc should work. Pull the disc out. while writing or drawing using • The disc is dirty, scratched, wet, 4. Touch the Close screen button. any writing utensil or attach or upside down. The screen will close. a seal to any of the sides or the disc. • The air is very humid. If so, wait about an hour and try again. • Do not keep the disc in direct sunlight, high temperatures, or humidity. • After using the disc, place it back into the original case.
  • 48. Infotainment System 49 Map Adjustments Scrolling the Map If scrolling while your vehicle is in motion, you have one scroll speed The system allows you to adjust the and a limited distance to scroll. scale of view on the map. Also, You have to keep touching the as you drive, the map will scroll map screen to scroll for a longer automatically based on the direction distance. of travel. If you have used the scroll feature Map Scales to scroll the map and your Touch anywhere on the map screen vehicle icon becomes lost, press the V / U (Zoom In/Zoom Out): and the scroll symbol will appear. NAV (Navigation) key to return to Touch the zoom in or out screen Use this feature to scroll across the current vehicle location on buttons or the scale on the bar the map. the map. to change the level of map detail. The scale will appear on the screen Move your finger in any direction on You can use the scroll feature on once the zoom in or zoom out the map screen and the map will the map to set a destination. screen buttons are selected. continue to scroll in that direction See “Pick from Map” under The system will adjust the map until you remove your finger. Destination on page 68 for more accordingly. The scale of a map If scrolling while your vehicle is in information. can range from 150 ft. (50 m) to P (Park), the system will scroll When scrolling on the map without 250 mi. (400 km). To change from initially at a slower rate. It will a planned route, press the GO English or metric, see “Driver increase if you continue touching screen button to calculate the route Information Center, DIC Operation the map screen. from your current position to the and Displays” in the Index of destination mark. your vehicle’s owner manual.
  • 49. 50 Infotainment System Navigation Symbols This symbol only appears when time is not available or when you are The following symbols are the most scrolling on the map. common symbols that will appear on a map screen. The waypoint symbol will display on the map after a waypoint has been added to your route. The waypoint symbol will be numbered from one through Your vehicle is shown as this three depending on how many symbol. It indicates the current intermediate waypoints have position and heading direction of been set. your vehicle on the map. The distance and time to destination symbol indicates the distance and the estimated time remaining to your final destination. The distance to destination symbol The destination symbol will appear indicates the distance to your on the map, after a route has final destination. been planned, marking your final destination.
  • 50. Infotainment System 51 The north up symbol indicates the The heading up symbol indicates the map with North Up, known as map with the vehicle travel direction North Up mode. up, known as Heading Up mode. While in North Up mode, the vehicle The shaded triangle indicates the icon will follow the north direction North direction. While in Heading Up on the map regardless of which mode, the direction your vehicle is The straight line to distance symbol direction the vehicle is traveling. traveling will always be at the top of indicates the straight-line distance Select this screen symbol to the map screen. The vehicle icon to your destination. switch between North Up and will always be headed in the This symbol will appear before you Heading Up modes. direction your vehicle is traveling. start driving on the route or if Select this screen symbol to you are on a road where navigation switch between Heading Up and guidance cannot be given. North Up modes.
  • 51. 52 Infotainment System The system will automatically store the point in the address book. See “Adding Destinations to the Address Book” under Destination on page 68 for more information. Displaying Points of Interest (POI) The No GPS symbol will appear on the Map Screen when your vehicle is not receiving a Global Positioning System (GPS) satellite signal. See Global Positioning System Select one of the POI categories to (GPS) on page 81 for more display or to delete POI icons information. from the map screen. Once a Select the POI screen button to category has been selected, the display or delete POI icons from POI icon will display at the top of the the map. screen. Five categories can be selected to display on the map Displaying POI icons on the map screen. When a category is selected let you know where POIs those POI icons will display on (i.e. restaurants, gas stations, etc.) the map. Press the POI screen Select the MARK screen button to are located. This screen will button again to add more POI icons. store the location on the screen appear after selecting the POI in your address book. screen button. More: Select this screen button to view more POI categories.
  • 52. Infotainment System 53 Go: Press this screen button, next Call: Select to initiate a call using to the desired POI, to make this the OnStar Hands-Free system. POI a destination or a waypoint. The Call button is only available if OnStar personal calling is activated. Select a POI name to receive For more information about information about the POI. OnStar Hands-Free Calling, see the From this screen you can select: OnStar Owner Guide. Add to Address Book, Go, Map, or Call (if OnStar® personal calling Map: Press this screen button to is activated). display the map showing the location of the POI. Add to Address Book: Press this screen button to add this POI to Show: Select this screen button to POI Close to: Once a category the address book. See “Nav” under update the map screen and the has been selected, select this Navigation Menu on page 56 for list once a category has been screen button to display the list of information on editing address book selected. available POIs for the selected entries. POI categories. The list provides the Show POI: Select ON to display POI icon, the name, the direction, Go: Press this screen button to the POI icons on the map screen. and the distance to the POI from make this POI a destination Select OFF to remove the POI icons your vehicles current position. or a waypoint. from the map screen. Use the scroll arrows to move up List all Categories: Select this and down the list. Use the Sort screen button to list all POIs sorted by DIST. (distance), Icon, Name, alphabetically. and, on Route as desired.
  • 53. 54 Infotainment System Clear: To delete a category, do one Driving on a Route Dual Mode of the following: When a destination has been routed • To delete the last added POI and you are driving on route, the category, select the Clear map screen will automatically screen button. display the next maneuver. • To delete a specific POI category: 1. Select the category. 2. Select the subcategory. 3. A pop-up confirmation will display. Select the Delete screen button, the map screen will display with that POI category deleted. Clear All: Select this screen button to clear all selected POI categories. A pop-up confirmation will display. Select the Delete screen button, This next maneuver pop-up will the map screen will display with all display the next maneuver direction POI categories deleted. and how many miles or kilometers This dual screen symbol displays you are from it. when the screen is in dual mode.
  • 54. Infotainment System 55 Dual mode displays the route on half Auto Reroute • Change the selected region in of the screen and a maneuver or the search area when entering When your destination is set and Interstate Exit list on the other half. your destination and route you are off the planned route, The Interstate Exit list advises of settings. See Destination on the system will automatically plan a approaching exits. Press this button page 68. new route and begin to reroute. to switch between dual screen and For example, if you were You will be able to see the new full screen which displays the traveling from Michigan to route highlighted on the screen. entire route. Florida, change the region Traveling Across Regions currently selected in the search If you plan to drive across many area to Florida. Enter a states, you may have to change destination in Florida under the the region selected to represent Destination Entry menu. the area you are traveling to. To change the region, do one of the following: • Change the selected region in the search area when you get closer to your destination. See Destination on page 68. When approximately 1/2 mi. (.08 km) from the next maneuver, or two miles while on expressways, the screen displays the name and a detailed view of the next maneuver. Touch the dual mode button to hide the detailed turn maneuver view for this maneuver only.
  • 55. 56 Infotainment System Navigation Menu Sound Nav (Navigation) Press the MENU key to enter the Menu options, then press the MENU key repeatedly until Sound is selected or touch the Sound screen button to make speaker and equalization or DSP (Digital Signal Processing) adjustments. See AM-FM Radio on page 14 and Satellite Radio on page 22 for more information. Radio Press the MENU key to enter the Press the MENU key to enter the Press the MENU hard key to adjust Menu options, then press the Menu options, then press the MENU several of your system’s features MENU key repeatedly until Radio is key repeatedly until Nav is selected and preferences. The last selected selected or touch the Radio screen or touch the Nav screen button. menu screen will be the screen button to make changes for that displays; Sound, Radio, radio information displayed, preset Nav (navigation), Display or Time. pages, XM™ categories, and Automatic Volume Control or Bose® AudioPilot®. See AM-FM Radio on page 14 and Satellite Radio on page 22 for more information.
  • 56. Infotainment System 57 Off-Road Mode This path will be a simulation Route Preference since the map database coverage will not have these Touch the % Route Preference roads on the DVD. This path will screen button to change route be stored in the navigation options when the system calculates system’s memory, see “Previous a route. Destination” under Destination Allow highway: This feature allows on page 68 for more information. the system to use major roads Voice Prompt when calculating a planned route. Allow toll road: This feature allows > Voice Prompt: Touch the the system to use toll roads when Voice Prompt screen button calculating a planned route. to change the volume of the voice prompts or to turn the voice prompts Allow ferry: This feature allows the To turn the Off-Road Mode on or on and off. system to use ferries when off, do the following: calculating a planned route. 1. Press the MENU key. Voice Prompt Volume: Touch the + (plus) or − (minus) screen Allow time and seasonal 2. Press the Nav screen button. buttons to increase or to decrease restricted road: This feature allows 3. Press the # Off-Road Mode the volume of the voice prompts. the system to use time restricted ON or OFF screen buttons. and seasonal roads when Turn voice turn instruction: Touch calculating a planned route. The active button will be the ON or OFF screen buttons to highlighted. turn voice instructions on and When the off-road mode is off while traveling on a planned turned on, the navigation route. system will show the path being traveled by the vehicle when not on a marked road.
  • 57. 58 Infotainment System Edit Address Book To add or change the phone How to Add number of an address book entry: To add an address to the address 1. Select the MENU hard key. book, see “Adding Destinations 2. Select the NAV screen button. to the Address Book” under Destination on page 68. 3. Select the * Edit/View Address Book screen button. Edit/View 4. Select the address book entry to To edit the name of an address book: change. 1. Select the MENU hard key. 5. Touch the Phone # screen button 2. Select the NAV screen button. and use the numeric keyboard to input or change the phone 3. Select the * Edit/View Address 5. Touch the Name screen button number. and use the alpha keyboard to Book screen button. 6. Touch the OK screen button to edit or add the name. 4. Select the Address book entry. save your changes. 6. Touch the OK screen button to save your changes. To change the map icon of an address book entry: 1. Select the MENU hard key. 2. Select the NAV screen button. 3. Select the * Edit/View Address Book screen button.
  • 58. Infotainment System 59 4. Select the address book entry to 3. Select the * Edit/View Address Map Database Information change. Book screen button. 5. Select the Icon screen button. 4. Select the address book entry to 6. Select an icon from the list. delete. To add a voice tag to an address 5. Press the Delete screen button book entry: to delete the address book entry. 1. Select the MENU hard key. To delete the entire address book: 2. Select the NAV screen button. 1. Select the MENU hard key. 3. Select the * Edit/View Address Book screen button. 2. Select the NAV screen button. 4. Select the Add Voice tag screen 3. Select the * Edit/View Address To change the map DVD and to button. Book screen button. view the coverage areas of the 4. Select the address book entry to map DVD: 5. The system will ask for you to state the name. You will have delete. 1. Press the Menu hard key. five seconds to state the name. 5. Press and hold the Delete 2. Select the Nav tab. The system will respond back screen button until the delete all with the name. 3. Select the Map Database address book entries pop-up Information screen button. To delete an address book entry: confirmation displays. Select Yes to delete; select No to cancel 1. Select the MENU hard key. the operation. 2. Select the NAV screen button.
  • 59. 60 Infotainment System Change: Touch this screen button Once the screen is closed touch the XM NavTraffic™ to eject or change the map DVD. OK screen button to proceed to (USA and Canada) The screen will tilt, exposing the navigation system. See Using the map DVD slot and, if loaded, the Navigation System on page 44. The vehicle’s navigation system the map DVD will eject. Pull the map may have an XM NavTraffic™ DVD out. Insert the map DVD receiver. XM NavTraffic™ is a partway into the slot. The system subscription service provided via will pull it in. XM™ Satellite Radio. XM NavTraffic™ provides real-time traffic information fully integrated to the navigation system to display current traffic conditions for a driver’s chosen route and surrounding area. XM NavTraffic™ allows drivers to make the most informed, timesaving routing decisions. If the Traffic touch screen button is Coverage: Touch this screen pressed or if an attempt is made button to view the areas covered by to turn on the traffic display in the map DVD. A. Map DVD Slot the Navigation Setup Menu without Touch the up and down arrow a subscription, a warning screen Once the map DVD is loaded touch screen buttons to view each region displays indicating that XM traffic is the Close screen button. The screen of the map DVD. The screen will not activated. will close. display the major cities for the selected region.
  • 60. Infotainment System 61 Traffic information is delivered to Turning XM NavTraffic™ On the vehicle by the XM™ Radio and Off satellites. XM NavTraffic™ makes it To turn traffic on or off: possible for the navigation system to provide continuously updated 1. Press the Menu hard key, then traffic information personalized for a press the Menu key repeatedly driver’s needs. until Nav is selected or press the Nav screen button. XM NavTraffic™ currently broadcasts the traffic information 2. Touch the Traffic Options button. for many markets nationally, and 3. Touch the Traffic button. the service may be available in This button is highlighted when it more cities in the future. Visit is active. Three types of traffic information for xmnavtraffic.com for more details Selecting Alert for Approaching major roadways are displayed on on local coverage. Traffic Events enables the the navigation system: A service fee is required in order to system to show a pop-up screen • Unscheduled traffic incident data, receive the XM NavTraffic™ service. that notifies of possible traffic such as accidents and disabled issues ahead. vehicles When this feature is highlighted, • Scheduled traffic incident data, while traveling on a route, such as road construction and accidents located on the route road closures are indicated and can be avoided. • Traffic flow information (rate of speed data)
  • 61. 62 Infotainment System Traffic Icon The Traffic Icon has three different condition displays. The Traffic Icon appears on the These are: Traffic Tab, next to the word Traffic, when traffic is found in the local area. Condition Traffic Status Icon • No XM NavTraffic™ subscription. • No Traffic is found in the local area. • The Traffic Feature is turned off. Traffic events are in the area, but none are on route. Traffic events are on route.
  • 62. Infotainment System 63 Locations and Information of To view the traffic condition location Options Traffic Conditions and information on the map: The system may take some time to sort the information. The list of traffic conditions display in the order of distance from the vehicle, at a minimum of approximately 16 mi (25 km). If traveling on a planned route, the list can be filtered to see traffic conditions along the planned route. Not all traffic conditions may be listed. 1. Press the NAV key, then press Select the Options screen button. the NAV key repeatedly until A Traffic Options menu displays. Traffic is selected, or touch the Select the desired traffic related Traffic screen button. A list option. of traffic conditions with the direction and distance from Traffic: Select to enable or disable the vehicle’s current position the traffic function. displays. Show Traffic ICONS: Select to 2. Select a traffic condition to get display traffic icons on the map more detailed information of screen. This function allows which the event. traffic information displays.
  • 63. 64 Infotainment System • Yellow indicates slightly impaired Category 2, Traffic Delayed: traffic flow with average speed between 25 and 45 mph. o / n (Stopped/Slow Traffic): Traffic stopped, stop and go traffic, • Green indicates normal traffic delayed and congested traffic. flow with average speed above 45 mph. Category 3, Incidents: Traffic flow data arrows display p (Alert): Object in the roadway, on the map when scaled up to disabled vehicle, or dangerous eight miles. road conditions. Closed Road, Traffic Delays, Incidents, and Advisories — These t (Accident): Roadway Traffic Flow Status — This touch obstructed due to accident. screen button is used to enable or four touch screen buttons are used to turn on and to show traffic disable the green, yellow, red and event ICONS that appear on s (Road Works): Delayed traffic orange arrows shown beside the due to construction. roads and used to show the traffic the map screens. flow or extent of a traffic event. Category 4, Advisories: Traffic Event Display Categories • Black indicates a closed road The following are traffic condition j (Road Condition): Delayed or segment. categories and symbols that stopped traffic, lane blocked or • Red indicates significantly can appear on the display: closed due to a road condition. impaired traffic flow with average Category 1, Road Closure: speed less than 25 mph. k (Weather): Heavy rain, snow, or fog weather condition. q (Road Closed): Road and/or ramps closed.
  • 64. Infotainment System 65 m (Parking): Available parking area. On-Route Avoid List Select the On Route touch screen Press to show previously avoided l (Information): Special event, button to display all events ahead on incidences. Select an incidence general information, or warning. the current active route. If no to cancel it from being on the traffic events have been reported on avoided list. Alert for Approaching Traffic route, this list will be empty. Events: When On, if an approaching traffic event is within the alert range, one of two traffic alert pop-up screens display: • With no route planned, while on expressways, Approaching Traffic Event without Avoid screen displays. • With route planned, Traffic Event on Route screen displays. If the Alert for Approaching Traffic Events is Off, the alert pop-up screen does not display and no voice announcement when approaching traffic.
  • 65. 66 Infotainment System Scrolling to Traffic Events on Detailed Traffic Event Screens Back, Map, More, and Avoid the Map There are different types of detailed These buttons have common traffic event screens. Each screen functions across all three Detailed is a variance of the one shown Traffic Event screens. on the Traffic Event Screen. Back: Press to return to the previous screen. Map: Press to show the related traffic event on the map. If selected, the Map Traffic Event Icon screen displays. More: Press to display more of the While scrolling the map, traffic traffic event description. condition icons may appear. Avoid: This button is used to avoid To receive information about the the location of an event on the traffic condition, place the cross route. If selected, a new route is hairs over the traffic condition Traffic Event Screen calculated and the related traffic icon. After selecting the INFO The Traffic Event screen can be event is avoided. After the new route (information) screen button, displayed by: has been calculated, the navigation the type of traffic condition, the system goes to the full map screen street name, and a description of • Scrolling to an event on the map and shows the new route. the traffic condition displays. and then pressing INFO. See “Scrolling the Map” under Maps • Selecting a traffic event listed on The Avoid button is only available if on page 47 for more information. the route ahead and in the Traffic the Traffic Event List screen. On Route List. Press the NAV hard key to return to • Selecting a traffic event listed on the normal full map screen. the Traffic On Route Screen.
  • 66. Infotainment System 67 Traffic Voice Prompts Display Brightness/Contrast/Mode If the voice prompts are on, whenever an Alert for Approaching Traffic is displayed, the system gives the related voice prompt. The content of the voice prompt depends on actual traffic event data. The RPT (Repeat) hard key is for navigation traffic maneuvers only. It is not used to repeat traffic prompts. During a traffic voice prompt, if RPT is pressed, the current prompt playback cancels. Press the MENU key to enter the Touch this screen button to change Menu options, then press the the brightness, contrast, and Anything that cancels the Alert for MENU key repeatedly until Display mode of the display. Approaching Traffic, also cancels is selected or touch the Display the related voice prompt. screen button. ] (Brightness): Touch the + (plus) Traffic prompts are disabled during or − (minus) screen buttons to Display Off increase or decrease the brightness OnStar® or Voice Recognition activity. Touch this screen button to turn the of the screen. display off. Press any hard key to view the display. _ (Contrast): Touch the + (plus) or − (minus) screen buttons to increase or decrease the contrast of the screen.
  • 67. 68 Infotainment System Auto (Automatic): Touch this Setting the Clock Destination screen button for the system Press the MENU key to enter the Press the DEST key to access to automatically adjust the screen menu options, then press the MENU the Destination Entry screen. background depending on exterior key repeatedly until the time is From this screen, you can select lighting conditions. selected or touch the time screen from several options to plan a route At night, the brightness can be button, then press the Set screen by entering destination points. adjusted with the vehicle dimming button. knob near the headlamp switch. Hours: Press the − (minus) or Night: Touch this screen button + (plus) signs to decrease or and the system will make the map increase the hours. background darker. Minutes: Press the − (minus) or Day: Touch this screen button and + (plus) signs to decrease or the system will make the map increase the minutes. background brighter. 12/24 Format: Select the 12 screen button for standard time; select the 24 screen button for military time.
  • 68. Infotainment System 69 Search Area To enter a destination, choose from The Destination Entry screen one of the following destination allows you to select the area entry methods: included in the search for your Address Entry destination. A map that divides the 48 contiguous United States, 6 Address Entry: The address along with Hawaii, Alaska, and entry destination method allows a part of Canada into 13 regions you to enter an address by providing is displayed. the system with a city name or a Before selecting a method of street name. destination entry, review the If you are having trouble finding a search area map to make sure city or a street name, do the Touch the Change Search Area your destination is located in the following: screen button to view the Search highlighted region. Area screen. Touch the numbered • Input the street name first screen button to the left of the instead of the city name, or search area map that corresponds vice versa. with the numbered region and • Input more characters or reduce to view a list of states included in the amount of characters to the region selected. The selected reduce or expand the available area will be highlighted on the map. options. Touch the down arrow to select CAN (Canada). Touch the back screen button to return to the Destination Entry screen and to store the selected region.
  • 69. 70 Infotainment System If using the alpha keyboard, 6. Select the street name with the finish entering the city name. correct prefix (Dr., Ln, St., etc.) If five or less names are from the list. available, a list will display. 7. Once a street has been selected, If more than five are available, the numeric keyboard will there will be a screen button with display, allowing you to enter the a number in it, it represents house number. The system the number of available cities. will display the house number Select this button to view the list range that is available for and select a city. the street. 5. Once a city has been selected 8. Select the Go screen button. To enter a destination by entering the Street name category will The map screen, with the the city name first, do the following: automatically be selected destination marked, will display. for entry. 1. Press the DEST hard key. 9. Select the route preference Start entering the street name. 2. Select the 6 Address Entry (Fastest, Shortest, or Other). If five or less names are screen button. The system will calculate available, a list will display. and highlight the route. 3. Select the City name button. If more than five are available, there will be a screen button 10. Select the Start Guidance 4. Enter the city name or touch the with a number in it, it represents screen button. You are now Last 5 Cities screen button. the number of available streets. ready to start your route. The Last 5 Cities screen Select this button to view See “Getting Started on Your will display a list of the last the list. Route” later in this section five city names that had been for more information. entered. Select a city from the list and it will appear in the City name area.
  • 70. Infotainment System 71 To enter a destination by entering 5. Once a street has been selected 6. Once a city has been selected, the street name first, do the the City name category will the numeric keyboard will following: automatically be selected display, allowing you to enter 1. Press the DEST hard key. for entry. the house number. The system If five or less cities are available will display the house number 2. Select the 6 Address Entry for the selected street, the range that is available for screen button. system will display the list of the street. 3. Select the Street screen cities. If more than five cities 7. Select the Go screen button. button and start entering are available the system The map screen, with the the street name. will display the alpha keyboard. destination marked, will display. Start entering the city name. If five or less names are 8. Select the route preference If five or less names are available, a list will display. (Fastest, Shortest, or Other). available, a list will display. If more than five are available, The system will calculate If more than five are available, there will be a screen button and highlight the route. there will be a screen button with a number in it, it represents 9. Select the Start Guidance screen with a number in it, it represents the number of available streets. button. You are now ready to the number of available cities. Select this button to view the list. start your route. Select this button to view the list 4. Select the street name with and select a city. See “Getting Started on Your the correct prefix from the Route” later in this section list (Dr., Ln., St., etc.). for more information.
  • 71. 72 Infotainment System To enter a destination by entering a If five or less names are Point of Interest (POI) cross street, do the following: available, a list will display. The Point of Interest (POI) 1. Press the DEST hard key. If more than five are available, destination entry method allows you there will be a screen button with to select a destination from the 2. Select the 6 Address Entry a number in it, it represents POI list. screen button. the number of available cross streets. Select this button to view 3. Select the Street screen the list. button and start entering the street name. 6. Select the street name with the If five or less names are correct prefix from the list available, a list will display. (Dr., Ln., St., etc.). An Information If more than five are available, screen will automatically display. there will be a screen button with 7. Select the Go screen button. a number in it, it represents The map screen, with the the number of available streets. destination marked, will display. Select this button to view 8. Select the route preference the list. (Fastest, Shortest, or Other). i Point of Interest: Touch this 4. Select the desired street name The system will calculate screen button to access the Point of with the correct prefix from the and highlight the route. Interest (POI) screen. From this list (Dr., Ln., St., etc.). 9. Select the Start Guidance screen screen you have two options 5. Once a street has been selected button. You are now ready to to select/enter a destination; enter the Cross Street screen button start your route. the name using the alpha keyboard will become available. Select the See “Getting Started on Your or select a category from the Cross Street button and start Route” later in this section category list. entering the cross street name. for more information.
  • 72. Infotainment System 73 To use the point of interest 6. Select the Start Guidance screen If the alpha keyboard is destination entry method by entering button. You are now ready to displayed, enter the POI name the name, do the following: start your route. until a list of available POIs 1. Press the DEST hard key. See “Getting Started on Your appear. There is a screen button Route” later in this section with a number in it, it represents 2. Select the i Point of Interest for more information. the number of available POIs. screen button. Select this button to view the list To use the point of interest and select the POI. 3. Enter the POI name. destination entry method by If five or less names are selecting a category, do the 5. Select the Go screen button available, a list will display. following: next to the POI. The map screen, If more than five are available, with the destination marked, 1. Press the DEST hard key. will display. there will be a screen button with a number in it, it represents 2. Select the i Point of Interest 6. Select the route preference the number of available POIs. screen button. (Fastest, Shortest, or Other). Select this button to view the list. The system will calculate 3. Select the Browse POI screen 4. Select the Go screen button and highlight the route. button to view the list of POI next to the POI. The map screen, categories. 7. Select the Start Guidance screen with the destination marked, button. You are now ready to 4. Select a category, and then a will display. start your route. sub-category. 5. Select the route preference See “Getting Started on Your The system will display available (Fastest, Shortest, or Other). Route” later in this section POI names in the selected The system will calculate for more information. sub-category or if the list is and highlight the route. too long the system will display the alpha keyboard.
  • 73. 74 Infotainment System Address Book To use the address book entry OnStar® Destination Download method, do the following: The address book entry method OnStar® Destination Download allows you to select a destination by 1. Press the DEST hard key. (if equipped) is a service available selecting an address that has for OnStar* subscribers that been stored in your address book. 2. Select the * Address Book makes operating your navigation screen button. system much simpler. It allows A list of your address book subscribers to request and receive addresses will display. navigation assistance on-the-go. 3. Select the Go screen button next Using OnStar® Destination to the destination. The map Download screen, with the destination marked, will display. Press the blue OnStar button and an Advisor can locate a 4. Select the route preference point-of-interest or an address (Fastest, Shortest, or Other). and download the necessary The system will calculate information or coordinates to and highlight the route. your navigation system. Once the * Address Book: Touch this 5. Select the Start Guidance screen destination is downloaded, the screen button to access the button. You are now ready to navigation system will search Address Book screen. From this start your route. for the address in the mapping disc’s screen you can select an address See “Getting Started on Your database. When the address is that already exists as the Route” later in this section found, it will be shown on your destination. for more information. navigation system’s screen along with the buttons described below. See “Adding Destinations to the Address Book” later in this section.
  • 74. Infotainment System 75 • Select Add to Address Book, the Route Guidance Not Active navigation system copies the If an OnStar destination is downloaded destination to downloaded while route guidance the address book and displays is not active, the navigation system the new address book entry. displays an OnStar Destination • Select Back, the navigation Download Screen and operations system cancels your OnStar will continue as outlined in the Destination Download and Using OnStar Destination Download returns to the previous screen. section: The downloaded address will not be added to the previous Route Guidance Active OnStar Download Screen destinations. If OnStar downloads a destination • Select Go, the navigation system while route guidance is already calculates route(s). Select a active, the navigation system adds route (i.e. Shortest Route), and the downloaded destination as Start Guidance. the next waypoint in the existing route. All features such as Call and • Select Map, the navigation Add to Address Book will be system displays the Destination available for the waypoint. Refer to Map Screen. the section on Waypoints for • Select Call, the navigation more information. system initiates a call to your destination with your Bluetooth phone (if available) or OnStar Hands-Free Calling (if minutes are available). Start Guidance Screen
  • 75. 76 Infotainment System Previous Destinations • If the navigation system is turned Map Destination Screen Functions Previous OnStar Destination off when the destination download If the map screen is used to show Downloads are saved under is attempted, the navigation destination, it will have map screen Previous Destinations in the system will automatically turn capabilities such as Go, Mark, Zoom, navigation system where they can on and display the OnStar Scroll, etc. The address is shown at be accessed or saved to the Destination Download Screen. the top of the screen. address book. The radio remains on after the download occurs. Important Notes regarding OnStar Destination Download: • If OnStar downloads a destination and the address is not found in • The map disc must be installed in the mapping disc’s database and the radio for OnStar Destination routing by coordinates is not Download to function. available, the Go and Map • If the navigation system is buttons gray out and routing will turned off when the destination not be available. Press the blue download is attempted, the OnStar button for further navigation system will assistance. automatically turn on and • The Call button grays out when display the OnStar Destination there is no phone number Download Screen. The radio will Destination Map Screen available for your destination remain on after the download and while connected to OnStar. occurs.
  • 76. Infotainment System 77 Getting Started on Your Route Avoid List: Select this screen button to cancel an avoided turn. Once you have entered a The list of selected avoided turns will destination there are several display. Select the turn to cancel functions that can be performed. the turn from being avoided. Press the DEST hard key to access the Route screen. Q / R (Scroll Arrows): Touch the up and down arrow screen buttons to scroll through the list of maneuvers. Avoid: Touch this screen button, next to the adjacent street name, r (Route Preview): Select this to avoid the maneuver. screen button to preview the Turn List The map screen will display. Select entire route in either direction. Turn List: Touch this screen button the Fastest, Shortest, or Other to view the list of turn maneuvers screen buttons. Press the Start t (Reverse Skip): Select this for the entire route and to avoid Guidance screen button. The route screen button to go back to the start turns on the route. will re-calculate without the point or previous waypoint. selected avoided maneuver.
  • 77. 78 Infotainment System q / r (Reverse Scroll): Select Detour Add Waypoint this screen button to scroll to Detour: Select this screen button the start point or previous waypoint. from the Route screen, then This button will toggle between select to detour 1 mile, 3 miles, or slow and fast speed. 5 miles (1 km, 3 km, or 5 km) around the current route. You may j (Pause): Select this screen also select to detour the whole button to pause the route preview, route if necessary. This option is while in reverse or fast forward only available while you are driving scroll. on your current planned route. r / [ (Fast Forward Scroll): Voice Prompt Select this screen button to scroll to Select this screen button from the next waypoint or to the final the Route screen to turn voice destination. This button will toggle Add Waypoint: Select this screen prompts on or off and to change between slow and fast speed. button from the Route screen. the volume of voice prompts. u (Fast Forward Skip): Select See “Nav” under Navigation Menu This feature allows you to add up to on page 56 for more information. three waypoints to the current this screen button to go to the next route, between your start point and waypoint or to the final destination. final destination. Once a waypoint has been added, the points can be edited or deleted.
  • 78. Infotainment System 79 To add a waypoint: 7. Select the route preference Suspend Guidance 1. Press the DEST hard key. (Fastest, Shortest, or Other). Press this screen button, from the The system will calculate Route screen, to put the current 2. Select the Add Waypoint screen and highlight the route. button. This button will only route on hold. appear if a route has been 8. Select the Start Guidance screen button. You are now ready to Resume Guidance calculated. start your route. Press this screen button, from the 3. Using the desired method of Route screen, to resume guidance entering a destination, enter To delete a waypoint from your current route: on the current route. the waypoint. See “Destination” previously for more information. 1. Press the DEST hard key. Cancel Guidance 4. Select the route preference 2. Select the Delete screen button Press this screen button, from the (Fastest, Shortest, or Other). for the desired waypoint to delete. Route screen, to cancel the The system will calculate current route. 3. The system will display a pop-up and highlight the route. confirmation message. Choose 5. Select the Start Guidance screen Yes to delete the waypoint; touch button. You are now ready to No to cancel this operation. start your route. 4. Select the route preference 6. To add the second and third (Fastest, Shortest, or Other). waypoints, press the DEST The system will calculate hard key, then select the Add and highlight the route. screen button, where you would 5. Select the Start Guidance screen like the next waypoint to fall button. You are now ready to on the route. start your route.
  • 79. 80 Infotainment System Adding Destinations to the Adding or Changing Preset 3. Press and hold one of the Address Book Destinations buttons at the bottom of the screen until a pop-up There are two ways to add a This feature allows you to add or confirmation displays. destination to the address book: change one of five preset destinations. When a destination The name will appear in that • To add the current final preset destination screen button destination to the address book, has been added as a preset destination, it will be available to and is now available to select press the Mark screen button from the Destination Entry from the map screen. The system select from the Destination Entry screen. See “Preset Destination” screen. will automatically save the final destination information in previously for information on how to To store an address book entry as a the address book. select a preset destination as a preset destination: final destination. • Press the Add to Address Book 1. Select the MENU hard key. screen button when available To store the current final destination 2. Select the Nav screen button or on POI information screens, as a preset destination: press the MENU key until the Destination Entry screens, or 1. Select the Mark screen button Nav screen button is selected or POI screens. The system from the map screen to add touch the Nav screen button. will automatically save this the current final destination. information in the address book. 3. Select the Edit/View screen The Address Book screen will button. See “Nav” under Navigation Menu appear. on page 56 for information on editing 2. Select the Name screen button. address book entries. An alpha-keyboard will display. Enter the name.
  • 80. Infotainment System 81 4. Select the address book entry Global Positioning This system may not be available or that you would like to store as interferences may occur if: the preset destination. Select the System (GPS) • Signals are obstructed by tall Name screen button to add a The navigation system determines buildings, trees, large trucks, name, if needed. the position of the vehicle by or a tunnel. 5. Press and hold one of the using satellite signals, various vehicle signals, and map data. • Objects that are placed on top of buttons at the bottom of the or near the instrument panel. screen until a pop-up At times, other interferences such • Satellites are being repaired or confirmation displays. as the satellite condition, road improved. The name will appear in the configuration, the condition of the vehicle and/or other circumstances • After-market glass tinting has that preset destination screen can interfere with the navigation been applied to the vehicle’s button and is now available system’s ability to determine windshield. to select from the Destination Entry screen. the accurate position of the vehicle. Notice: Do not apply after-market The GPS shows the current glass tinting to the vehicle’s position of the vehicle using signals windows. Glass tinting interferes sent by the GPS Satellites of the with the system’s ability to receive United States Department of GPS signals and causes the Defense. When the vehicle is not system to malfunction. The receiving signals from the satellites, window might have to be replaced a symbol appears on the map to correct the problem. This would screen. Refer to Navigation Symbols not be covered by the warranty. on page 50. For more information if the GPS is not functioning properly, see If the System Needs Service on page 83 and Problems with Route Guidance on page 83.
  • 81. 82 Infotainment System Vehicle Positioning • The vehicle has just been • The tires are replaced. transferred by a vehicle carrier • The tire pressure for your tires At times, the position of the vehicle or a ferry. on the map may be inaccurate is incorrect. due to one or more of the following • The current position calibration • The tires are worn. reasons: is set incorrectly. • The first time the map DVD is • The road system has changed. • The vehicle is traveling at high inserted. speed. • The vehicle is driving on slippery • The battery is disconnected for road surfaces such as in sand, • The vehicle changes directions several days. gravel, and/or snow. more than once, or when the vehicle is turning on a turn table • The vehicle is driving in heavy • The vehicle is traveling on in a parking lot. traffic where driving is at low winding roads. speeds, and the vehicle is • The vehicle is entering and/or stopped and started repeatedly. • The vehicle is on a long exiting a parking lot, garage, straight road. or a lot with a roof. If problems are experienced • The vehicle is approaching a with the navigation system, • The GPS signal is not received. tall building or a large vehicle. see your dealer/retailer. • A roof carrier is installed on • The surface streets run parallel your vehicle. to a freeway. • The vehicle is being driven with tire chains.
  • 82. Infotainment System 83 Problems with Route • Automatic rerouting may display If the System Needs Guidance a route returning to the set Service waypoint if you are heading for a Inappropriate route guidance may destination without passing If the navigation system needs occur under one or more of the through a set waypoint. service and the steps listed here following conditions: have been followed but there are still • The route prohibits the entry of a problems, see your dealer/retailer • You have not turned onto the vehicle due to a regulation by for assistance. road indicated. time or season or any other • Route guidance may not be regulation which may be given. Ordering Map DVDs available when using automatic • Some routes may not be rerouting for the next right or searched. The map DVD in the vehicle is left turn. the most up-to-date information • The route to the destination may available when the vehicle was • The route may not be changed not be shown if there are new produced. The map DVD is updated when using automatic rerouting. roads, if roads have recently periodically, provided that the • There is no route guidance when changed, or if certain roads are map information has changed. turning at an intersection. not listed on the map DVD. See Ordering Map DVDs • Plural names of places may be on page 83. announced occasionally. To recalibrate the vehicle’s position • It may take a long time to on the map, see your dealer/retailer. operate automatic rerouting during high-speed driving.
  • 83. 84 Infotainment System For any questions about the operation of the navigation After receiving the updated disc, replace the old disc in the navigation Voice Recognition system or the update process, system. See “Installing the DVD The navigation system’s voice contact the GM Nav Disc Center Map Disc” and “Ejecting the recognition allows for hands-free toll-free phone number, DVD Map Disc” under Maps on operation of the navigation system, 1-877-NAV-DISC (1-877-628-3472) page 47. Dispose of the old disc audio system, and OnStar® or go to the center’s website, to avoid confusion about which disc features. The DVD map disc must www.gmnavdisc.com. For any is the most current. be installed in the navigation system updates or replacements, call the for voice recognition to work. See GM Nav Disc Center or order a Database Coverage “Installing the DVD Map Disc” under new disc online. Have the Vehicle Maps on page 47. Voice recognition Identification Number (VIN) available Explanations can be used when the ignition is when ordering to ensure the Coverage area depends upon the on or when Retained Accessory correct and most up-to-date DVD map detail available. Some areas Power (RAP) is active. See map disc for the vehicle is sent. have greater map detail than others. “Retained Accessory Power (RAP)” See “Vehicle Identification Number The navigation system works only in the Index of your vehicle’s (VIN)” in the Index of the vehicle’s as well as the information provided owner manual and for more owner manual for more information. on the map disc. See Ordering information. Map DVDs on page 83 on how to To use voice recognition, do the obtain updated map information. following: 1. Push and hold the SRCE (source) steering wheel control until you hear a beep. The audio system, if on, will mute. 2. Clearly state one of the commands listed on the following pages.
  • 84. Infotainment System 85 Helpful Hints for Stating • If the system is not yet ready, the This system is able to recognize Commands system may state “System is commands in three different checking the disc. Please wait.”. languages. The system will only • When a multiple command is recognize commands based on available, choose the command • To cancel a command or if the language selected from the that best works for you. the system response does Driver Information Center (DIC). • Words that are in brackets are not match your verbal command, See “Driver Information Center, optional. For example, for the press and hold the talk symbol DIC Vehicle Personalization” in the command Radio [band] [select] button. The system will reply, Index of your vehicles owner manual. FM, stating Radio FM or “System will cancel the Radio select FM are both valid voice recognition”. Voice Recognition Commands commands. • If you experience difficulty with The following list shows all of the • When the system recognizes the the system recognizing a voice commands available for command the system will: command, try saying it more the navigation system with a brief softly, and wait for a few seconds description of each. The commands − either perform the function after the beep, or you may just are listed with the optional words − ask you to confirm your choice try saying it again. in brackets. To use the voice by clearly stating “yes or no” • Background noise may cause commands, refer to the instructions − issue an error message such voice commands to be listed previously. as “System does not misunderstood, including airflow recognize this command” or noise from wind. direct you to “Please start • To use the voice recognition speaking after the beep” system, the map DVD must be loaded.
  • 85. 86 Infotainment System Voice Tag Commands If you are not currently driving on a Display [set] night [mode]: Use The following are voice tag route, the system will automatically this command to set the display commands you can access by create the voice tag destination to night mode. clearly stating the commands as the final destination. If you are currently driving on a route, the Display [set] auto [mode]: Use exactly as they are written. You may this command to set the display to have up to 40 voice tag entries for system will automatically create the voice tag destination as a automatic mode. The system destinations. will change between day and night waypoint. Up to three waypoints Navigation go to [destination] can be created. mode automatically. (voice tag), navigation select System help: This command [destination] (voice tag): These Storing Voice Tags instructs the system to assist with commands instruct the system From the address book entry display commands. to select a destination saved under information page, press the Add the voice tag you have stored. Voice tag screen button. The system Radio Commands will respond “Name Please?”. The following are radio commands When a destination is requested using a voice tag, the system you can access by clearly stating Navigation Help will state, “Press or say cancel if not the commands exactly as they correct”. To cancel this voice tag Navigation Help: This command are written. The commands are only destination, using voice recognition, instructs the system to assist available when you are in one of push and hold the SRCE button with navigation commands. the following audio modes, AM, FM, on the steering wheel until you or XM™ (if equipped). Display Commands hear a beep, then say “cancel”. Radio: This command instructs the Canceling voice tag destination by Use the following display commands system to turn the audio system on. voice recognition, must be done to set the display mode. within five seconds after the Display [set] day [mode]: Use this voice prompt. command to set the display to daytime mode.
  • 86. Infotainment System 87 Radio [band] [select] AM, radio CD Commands Auxiliary Commands [band] [select] FM, radio [band] The following are CD, MP3, and DVD The following auxiliary commands [select] XM, radio [band] [select] commands that can be accessed by can be accessed by clearly satellite: These commands clearly stating the commands exactly stating the commands exactly as instruct the system to go to either as they are written. they are written. The commands the AM, FM, or XM (if equipped). are available when the auxiliary CD, DVD, Disc: Use this command source is available. Radio [select] (frequency) AM, to select a CD, DVD, or disc that radio [select] (frequency) FM: is currently loaded. Aux, Auxiliary: Use this command These commands instruct the to select the auxiliary device, system to go to a specific frequency CD, DVD, Disc, [select] track when a device is connected. on either AM or FM. (one, two, three, etc.): This command instructs the system to OnStar® Command Radio [select] (channel) XM, select a specific track number. radio [select] (channel) satellite: OnStar: This command instructs These commands instruct the CD, DVD, Disc select next folder: the system to connect to OnStar®. system to go to a specific channel Use this command to select the next You will enter the OnStar® voice on the XM™ band (if equipped). folder on the MP3 or audio DVD. recognition system. Refer to The channel must be a valid channel your OnStar® manual for more or the system will keep the radio CD, DVD, Disc select previous information. at the current station setting. folder: Use this command to select The system will pause while the previous folder on the MP3 or Voice Help searching for the channel. audio DVD. Voice help: This command will Radio help: This command CD help, DVD help, Disc help: provide a description of help instructs the system to assist with This command instructs the commands that are available to use. radio commands. system to assist with CD and DVD commands.
  • 87. 88 Infotainment System ✍ NOTES
  • 88. INDEX i-1 A Display .................................. Driving on a Route ................. 67 54 I Adding Destinations to the Installing the DVD Map Disc ..... 47 DVD Map Disc Messages ........ 48 Address Book ..................... 80 Introduction ............................. 3 DVD Menu Options ................. 31 Adding or Changing Preset DVD/CD Player ...................... 25 Destinations ........................ 80 Alpha-Numeric Keyboard .......... 46 L AM-FM Radio ......................... 14 E Language — English/Metric ....... 9 Limit Features While Driving ...... 9 Audio Book ............................ 43 Edit Address Book .................. 58 Auto Reroute ......................... 55 Ejecting the DVD Map Disc ...... 48 Auxiliary Devices .................... 44 M C F Map Adjustments .................... Map Coverage ....................... 49 47 Finding a Station ............... 15, 23 Canadian Vehicle Owners Map Database Information ....... 59 (Propriétaires des Véhicules Map Scales ........................... 49 Canadiens) .......................... 4 G Maps .................................... 47 Canceling Guidance ................ 13 Getting Started on Your CD DVD Player ........................ 25 Route ................................ 77 Global Positioning N CD/DVD Messages ................. 35 Nav (Navigation) ..................... 56 System (GPS) ..................... 81 Navigation Guidance Volume ................... 14 Destination ......................... 68 D Menu ................................. 56 Database Coverage H Symbols ............................. 50 Explanations ....................... 84 Handling the DVD Map Disc ..... 48 Using the System ................ 44 Deleting Personal Information ..... 9 Hard Keys ............................. 45 Destination, Navigation ............ 68 Hybrid Screens ....................... 14 Devices, Auxiliary .................... 44
  • 89. i-2 INDEX O S U Off-Road Mode ....................... 57 Satellite Radio ........................ 22 USB Host Support .................. 36 OnStar® Destination Scrolling the Map ................... 49 USB Music Menu ................... 37 Download ........................... 74 Setting the Clock ............... 10, 68 USB Supported Devices .......... 36 Ordering Setting the Search Area, Using an MP3 CD .................. 27 Map DVDs ......................... 83 Entering an Address and Using OnStar® Destination Overview, Infotainment Point of Interest, and Download ........................... 74 System ................................ 4 Storing Preset Using Your Stored Preset Destinations ........................ 10 Destinations ........................ 13 Playing a DVD P ....................... 30 Sound ................................... 56 Sound Menu ..................... 17, 24 Playing an Audio CD ............... 25 Storing Radio Station V Playing from an iPod® ............. 40 Presets ..................... 9, 16, 23 Vehicle Positioning .................. 82 Playing from USB ................... 36 Symbols, Navigation ................ 50 Voice Prompt ......................... 57 Playing the Radio .............. 15, 22 System Needs Service, If ......... 83 Voice Recognition ................... 84 Problems with Route Rear Seat Entertainment Voice Recognition Guidance ........................... 83 (RSE) ................................ 31 Commands ......................... 85 R T X Radio .................................... 56 Touch-Sensitive Screen XM NavTraffic™ Radio Data System (RDS) ....... 21 Buttons .............................. 46 (USA and Canada) .............. 60 Radio Menu ..................... 19, 24 Traveling Across Regions ......... 55 XM™ Satellite Radio Service .... 24 Radios AM-FM Radio ..................... 14 CD/DVD Player ................... 25 Satellite ............................. 22 Route Preference .................... 57