Dealership Reference booklet
REU MyGIG Multimedia Infotainment System
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You can find out more about the MyGIG® Multimedia Infotainment System
through the following Chrysler Academy resources:
• Chrysler Group Technologies Web Course
• Sales Consultant Product Guides
©2008 Chrysler LLC. All rights reserved.
MyGIG in-dash DVD capability is not available in all states. See your dealer for details.
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For Sales Consultant use only.
introduction
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Using This Dealership Reference Booklet
This booklet provides you with easy-to-use, step-by-step
instructions on how to use the REU MyGIG® Multimedia
Infotainment System, found on vehicles like the Dodge
Journey. By exploring each of these key functions, you’ll
discover just how easy they are to operate, and you can
begin to demonstrate the functions to customers in the
showroom, on the lot or during a demonstration drive.
To determine if a vehicle has the REU MyGIG® system,
simply look in the lower right hand corner of the system’s
faceplate. The code RER, REN or REU is imprinted there.
Each page of this reference booklet contains two
types of pictures to assist you in navigating through
the system:
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In the upper right hand corner is a picture of the
system’s “Hard Keys” (see page 4 for a complete
list of “Hard Keys” and their functions). Refer to
this picture when determining which buttons or
knobs need to be manipulated in order to advance to
the next screen.
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For each step of instructions, this booklet also
provides a picture of the actual screens that will
display in the system’s LCD monitor. Refer to these
pictures to ensure that you are on track with the
instructions provided.
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This booklet is divided into five sections:
INTRODUCTION
System Hard Keys ...................................................... 4-5
ENTERTAINMENT
How to Preset Radio Stations ................................... 6-7
How to Copy Audio Files .......................................... 8-11
How to Import Photos ............................................ 12-14
How to Access the Video Entertainment System® . 15
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NAVIGATION
How to Program a Destination .............................. 16-17
How to Locate a Point of Interest .......................... 18-19
COMMUNICATION
How to Connect A Bluetooth® Device ................. 20-21
How to Record and Retrieve a Memo ...................... 22
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About the system
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Watch for this icon throughout the
Reference Guide for answers to frequently
asked questions and/or troubleshooting tips!
The Most Sophisticated System Ever . ..................... 23
Three Systems in One ................................................ 24
What Makes it Different .............................................. 25
Selling Tips .............................................................. 26-27
introduction
introduction
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System Hard Keys
1
Seek Up/Seek Down
Press the SEEK up and the SEEK down hard key to seek
through radio stations in AM, FM, or satellite bands. Seek
through tracks in CD or jukebox modes or through songs
in the HDD playlist.
2
Radio
Press the RADIO hard key to get into RADIO mode.
3
Media
Press the MEDIA hard key to get into MEDIA mode.
4
Volume On/Off
Push the volume knob to put the radio in standby mode.
Turn the knob to change the volume.
5
Menu
Note: Press the MENU hard key while in an active mode
in order to change mode-specific settings.
8
Nav
Press the NAV hard key either to switch to the navigation
mode or to toggle between the navigation menu and the
map viewer menu.
9
USB Connector
Connect a supported device into the USB Connector in
order to copy files to the internal hard drive.
Voice Recognition System
Note: See USB Connector section for information on
supported devices.
UConnect®
Connect an external audio device into the AUX Input (e.g.,
MP3 player, video-game player) to play the device audio
through the car audio system.
Press the VOICE RECOGNITION hard key and wait for the
confirmation beep before you say a voice command.
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7
Press the MENU hard key to access the system
settings menu.
Press the UConnect hard key to either activate the
UConnect system or to cancel an active phone call.
Note: If you are in one of the navigation menus
(NAV Menu, MAP display, etc.), you need to press the
UConnect hard key twice to end an active call.
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AUX Connector
Joystick/Selection Knob
Use the knob to scroll through menu
options and spell out locations. Press
the joystick to make menu selections.
For safety, some features (video, playback, some parts of address book, and keyboard to enter information) are locked out
when the vehicle is in motion; however, drivers can still use the voice recognition feature.
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introduction
entertainment
How to Preset Radio Stations
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3
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1
Press the RADIO hard key to change the mode
of the radio.
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2
4
2
Continue to press the RADIO hard key to
toggle between AM, FM or SAT.
3
Press the SEEK up and down hard keys, tune
knob or SCAN, to change the station.
4
Use the knob to scroll through the preset slots.
Note: If you do not see the available preset slots, select
the LIST key.
5
Press the SET key once to save a station in
slots 1-6. Press the SET key twice to save a
station in slots 7-12. Press a 1-6 key to
store the station. For example, pressing the
SET key twice and pressing the 6 key
stores a station in slot 12.
The MyGIG® Multimedia Infotainment System(1) keeps everyone in the vehicle entertained with features like
preset radio stations, DVD player, personal photo displays, and plenty of memory to upload your favorite audio files.
(1)MyGIG
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in-dash DVD capability is not available in all states. See your local dealer for details.
entertainment
entertainment
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How to Copy Audio Files
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3
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Copy a CD
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1
2
3
Press the LOAD hard key to enter
LOAD MODE.
Press the number of an open slot you
would like to use.
Insert the CD.
4
Press MENU key.
5
Use the knob and joystick to select
“Copy Disc.”
Note: The system copies an hour-long CD in
about 12 minutes. CD will be downloaded in its
entirety. Gracenote® File Management identifies
artist, album and song titles.
The Gracenote database will recognize 100,000 CDs but it cannot recognize newly released CDs that came out after the
database was installed. Homemade CD-Rs that were poorly formatted may confuse the system, causing the disc to
become jammed; using better ”burning” to create the discs may solve the problem.
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entertainment
entertainment
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How to Copy Audio Files
Copy Audio Files Using the USB Port
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3
1
Lift USB cover and insert the USB storage device.
5. Select “Import Selected Music.”
2. The “Import from USB” screen will appear.
3
Use the knob and joystick to select
“Import Music.”
4. Select the files you want to import.
6. Copying completed.
When copying audio files from a USB drive or a CD-ROM, the playlist order may vary slightly, as the lists are sorted
alphabetically. Any subfolders inside another folder will be combined into a single playlist.
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entertainment
entertainment
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How to Import Photos
From USB
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3
4
5
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From CD
1
Lift USB cover and insert your USB
storage device.
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Load disc (See how to copy
Audio Files).
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Select MENU hard key.
8
Select “My Files.”
9
Select “My Pictures.”
10
Select “Add Picture.”
2.The “Import from USB” screen
will appear.
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4
5
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Use the knob and joystick to select
“Import Pictures.”
Select the file you want to import.
Select “YES” to copy the selected
picture to the hard drive.
entertainment
entertainment
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How to Import Photos
(continued)
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Select “From DISC.”
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Confirm by selecting “YES.”
Note: The files must be in the root directory
of the disc or USB to be recognized.
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Select the picture you would like to add.
How to Access the Video
Entertainment System (VES )
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1
Press the MENU hard key.
2
2
3
4
Use the knob and joystick to select
“VES Controls.”
4
Select media source.
Note: Select DISC to play the DVD player and
select the appropriate channel on your headsets.
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8
Select “Channel 1” or “Channel 2.”
Users who plug an external device such as an MP3 player into
the AUX jack should remember that both volume controls, on
the radio and on the device itself, will affect the sound level.
entertainment
navigation
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How to Program
a Destination
1
Press the NAV hard key.
2
Press the NAV hard key again to bring
up the navigation menu.
1
2
3
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4
5
4
5
6
7
8
Use the knob and joystick to select
“Destination Entry.”
6
Input house number. Select
“CONTINUE” when finished.
7
If prompted, input city name. Select
“CONTINUE” when finished.
8
Confirm address and select “GO”
to activate the route guidance.
Input street address. Select
“CONTINUE” when finished.
Input Street name. Select
“CONTINUE” when finished.
NOTE: The system will default to your current State and Country setting.
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navigation
navigation
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How to Locate a
Point of Interest
1
Press the NAV hard key.
2
Press the NAV hard key again to bring
up the navigation menu.
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2
3
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7
8
Using the knob and joystick, select
“Destination Entry.”
4
Select “Point of Interest.”
5
Select the “Select Type from List” option.
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4
Select the desired category from the
“POI Types” menu.
7
Select your desired location from the list of
results.
8
Select “GO” to calculate your route
(after verifying the information on the
“Confirm Route To” screen).
navigation
communication
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How to Connect a
Bluetooth Device (If Equipped)
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1
Press the UConnect® hard key.
2.Say “Phone Pairing” to access the
Bluetooth Devices menu.
3.Say “Pair a Phone” to start a
new pairing.
6.The pairing procedure starts. Refer to the
user’s manual of your phone to complete
the procedure.
7.You will then be asked to set a priority for the
paired phone. If there is more than one paired
phone available, the navigation radio will try
to connect to the phone with the highest
priority setting.
4.Say or enter any 4-digit security PIN.
Not all
Bluetooth
phones are
compatible with UConnect.
For a current list with
photos, go to www.chrysler.
com/crossbrand/uconnect/
chrysler/interface.html,
choose the 2008 Sebring,
and then choose “Getting
Started.” Note that in some
cases the phone must have
a certain software version in
order to work; users may
need to have their phone
provider upgrade the
software in their phone —
this is usually free.
5.Confirm your PIN by saying “Yes.”
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communication
communication
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How to Record and
Retrieve a Memo
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1
5
Press the Voice Recognition (VR) hard key.
2.Say “Main Menu.”
3.Choose from the available
options by saying “Memo.”
4.Choose from the available options by saying
“New Memo” and speak your memo.
5
The voice recognition system is designed to work
with the windows up, the HVAC fan on, off or low
and the user speaking in a normal tone. If the voice
recognition system has trouble understanding the user, he/she
can train it using a short procedure. See the Owner’s Manual.
Press the VR hard key to stop
recording, then say “Save.”
To retrieve a saved memo, say
“Main Menu,” then “Memo,”
then “Play Memos.”
REU MyGIG Multimedia Infotainment System*
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One of the most sophisticated systems ever offered by Chrysler
The REU is the third MyGIG Multimedia Infotainment System added to the Chrysler LLC lineup. The first vehicle to
receive the REU is the Dodge Journey. Just like the REN and RER, it is truly revolutionary, providing audio entertainment
from its integrated hard drive, AM/FM/Sirius® Satellite Radio tuner with MP3 input, or CD/DVD* player. Music is easily
saved to the integrated hard drive from CDs or USB storage devices. MyGIG also offers an available 3-D GPS Navigation
system with available real-time traffic updates. The entire system can be controlled hands-free using the advanced
integrated voice recognition system when packaged with the UConnect® Hands-Free Communication System. The REU
also features a 7-inch detached LCD screen.
The system continues to represent several Chrysler firsts:
• Ability to store and view photos using a USB 2.0 port interface
• Ability to rip music from CD or USB device to the integrated hard drive
• Integration of the Gracenote® database capability in North America for
music management (an auto industry first)
• 30GB hard drive for storage of music, photos and mapping data
• Integrated voice commands to control audio, entertainment, navigation
and hands-free Bluetooth® equipped mobile phone use
• Use of available real-time traffic updates
*MyGIG in-dash DVD capability is not available in all states.
See your dealer for details.
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about the system
about the system
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Three Systems in One
As automotive audio and navigation systems slowly evolve, Chrysler has revolutionized the technology with an
exclusive bundling of entertainment, navigation and communication.
NAVIGATION†
GPS Navigation:
ENTERTAINMENT
Integrated 30GB
Hard Drive (HDD):
• Stores Music, Photos and Optional
Navigation Data (16.3GB available
for use)
• Supports Gracenote® Music
• File Management
• Ability to Rip and Store Music to
HDD via CDs or USB Devices
Integrated Radio Receivers:
• Hard Drive (HDD) Based System
• Voice-Activated Destination Input
• Full Map and Turn-By-Turn Displays
• 2-D and 3-D Bird’s-Eye View of
the Road
• Real-Time Traffic Updates
(subscription required)*
• Command and control of Audio,
Navigation and Phone Functions
• Voice Memo Recorder
• Large vocabulary
• Adaptive Voice Learning capability
• Supports English, French and
Spanish (for U.S.)
LCD Display:
Integrated Bluetooth®
Connectivity and Hands-Free
System:
• 7" Detached LCD Display
• AM and FM Tuners
• Dual SIRIUS® Satellite Radio
Receivers (one dedicated to
real-time traffic, if equipped)
COMMUNICATION
Integrated Voice Dialogue System:
• Make and receive phone calls
through Vehicle Microphone
and Speakers
• Add, edit, and delete
Phonebook entries
Audio/Video Entertainment
System:
Display for ParkView® Rear
Back-Up Camera‡:
• Can Display DVD Video*
• Can Control Rear-Seat Video
Entertainment System (if equipped)
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* Not available in all states.
• Aids in parking and helps protect
those around you (if equipped)
Not available on MyGIG Entertainment System.
‡ Always check entire surroundings before backing up.
What Makes REU Different?
Use the chart below to learn what features make the REU function slightly different from the RER and REN
MyGIG® Systems.
Overview
RER — MyGIG
Infotainment System
REU — MyGIG
Infotainment System
REN — MyGIG
Entertainment System
Multimedia Features,
including:
Similar to RER, with three
differences:
• 7" LCD detached monitor
• Non-Touch Screen
• Joystick Controlled HMI
• Non-Navigation/
Non Bluetooth UConnect
• 30GB Hard Drive
• 6.5" Full Map
• Touch-screen Navigation
• Bluetooth® enabled
UConnect® with Voice
Recognition
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Navigation
Y
Y
N
Voice Recognition
Y
Y
N
Touch-Screen
Y
N
Y
Hard Drive
Y
Y
Y
Bluetooth Connection
Y
Y
N
DVD Player
Y
Y
Y
iPod® docking stationUCI Connect
Y – on late 08MY vehicles
N
Y – on late 08MY vehicles
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Selling Tips
1.The REU MyGIG® Multimedia Infotainment System
combines Sirius® Satellite Radio, DVD playback* and
hands-free communication in one powerful package.
2.30GB hard drive provides space for over 1,000 digital
audio files (based on a typical 4MB file system) and up
to eight photo or graphic files, which can be easily
downloaded from CDs or from the integrated USB port.
3.Voice activation and joystick make it extraordinarily easy
to use on the road.
4.Navigation System’s turn-by-turn navigation instructions
are enhanced by SIRIUS Satellite Radio real-time
traffic warnings.
*MyGIG in-dash DVD capability is not available in all states.
One easy way to remember what the navigation portion of MyGIG has to offer your
customer is the acronym TRIP:
T
Turn-by-turn: For confident travel, the
navigation system provides voice-guided
turn-by-turn directions as you are driving.
I
Information: The navigation system provides
trip information, such as estimated time of arrival
and distance. It also accounts for one-ways, turn
restrictions, highway dividers and speed categories.
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R
Rerouting: The navigation system provides
dynamic rerouting if a turn is missed or if the
driver wants or needs to take a detour. The system
automatically recalculates, determining the most
optimal route to the destination.
P
Points of interest: The navigation system
pinpoints and provides directions for over five
million points of interest in 40 different categories,
such as theaters, stadiums, gas stations, ATMs,
restaurants, golf courses and tourist attractions.
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