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Infotainment System . . . . . . 3
Navigation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
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Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Steering Wheel Controls . . . . . . . 7
Using the System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Software Updates . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
AM-FM Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HD Radio Technology . . . . . . . . .
Satellite Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Radio Reception . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Diversity Antenna System . . . . .
Satellite Radio Antenna . . . . . . .
Pandora Internet Radio . . . . . . .
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Audio Players . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
USB Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SD Card Reader . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Auxiliary Jack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bluetooth Audio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Using the Navigation
System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Maps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Navigation Symbols . . . . . . . . . . .
Destination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
OnStar® System . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Global Positioning
System (GPS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Vehicle Positioning . . . . . . . . . . . .
Problems with Route
Guidance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
If the System Needs
Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Map Data Updates . . . . . . . . . . . .
Database Coverage
Explanations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Voice Recognition . . . . . . . . 60
Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Bluetooth Phone/
Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Bluetooth (Overview) . . . . . . . . . .
Bluetooth (Infotainment
Controls) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bluetooth (Voice
Recognition) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Text Messaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Trademarks and License
Agreements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i-1
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Introduction
The names, logos, emblems,
slogans, vehicle model names, and
vehicle body designs appearing in
this manual including but not limited
to CHEVROLET, the CHEVROLET
Emblem, and CORVETTE are
trademarks and/or service marks of
General Motors LLC, its
subsidiaries, affiliates, or licensors.
The information in this manual
supplements the owner manual.
Litho in U.S.A.
Part No. 23127539 A First Printing
This manual describes features that
may or may not be on your specific
vehicle either because they are
options that you did not purchase or
due to changes subsequent to the
printing of this owner manual.
Please refer to the purchase
documentation relating to your
specific vehicle to confirm each of
the features found on your vehicle.
For vehicles first sold in Canada,
substitute the name “General
Motors of Canada Limited” for
Chevrolet Motor Divisions wherever
it appears in this manual.
Canadian Vehicle Owners
(Propriétaires des Véhicules
Canadiens)
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.
1-800-551-4123
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française
www.helminc.com
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A French language copy of this
manual can be obtained from your
dealer or from:
On peut obtenir un exemplaire de
ce guide en français auprès du
concessionnaire ou à l'adresse
suivante:
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P.O. Box 07130
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Overview
Read the following pages to
become familiar with the
infotainment system features.
The infotainment system has built-in
features intended to help with this
by disabling some functions when
driving. A grayed out function is not
available when the vehicle is
moving.
All functions are available when the
vehicle is parked. Before driving:
.
Become familiar with the
infotainment system operation,
buttons on the faceplate, and
touch-sensitive screen buttons.
.
Set up the audio by presetting
favorite stations, setting the
tone, and adjusting the
speakers.
.
Set up phone numbers in
advance so they can be called
easily by pressing a single
button or by using a single voice
command for vehicles equipped
with phone capability.
{ Warning
Taking your eyes off the road
for too long or too often while
using the infotainment or
navigation system could cause
a crash.
You or others could be injured
or killed. Do not give extended
attention to these tasks while
driving. Limit glances at the
vehicle displays and focus your
attention on driving. Use voice
commands whenever possible.
See “Defensive Driving” in the
owner manual.
Automatic Switch-Off
If the infotainment system has been
turned on after the ignition is turned
off, the system will turn off
automatically after 10 minutes.
Infotainment System
The infotainment system is
controlled by using the touchscreen,
the buttons below the touchscreen,
steering wheel controls, and voice
recognition.
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Power (On/Off/Mute)
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When off, press O /VOL to turn
the system on. Press and hold to
turn off.
.
When on, press O /VOL to mute
the system. Press O /VOL again
to unmute the system.
Retained Accessory Power (RAP)
The vehicle has RAP. When in RAP
the audio system can be played
even after the ignition is turned off.
See “Retained Accessory Power
(RAP)” in the owner manual.
Volume
1.
2.
O /VOL (Power/Volume)
y SCREEN z
5.
{ (Home Page)
6. MENU
3. RADIO (AM/FM/XM)
7.
4. MEDIA (iPod/USB Port/
SD Card)
8.
g or d (Seek or Track)
o BACK
Turn O /VOL to increase or
decrease the volume.
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Home Page
Press the left h or right k or slide a
finger left/right across the screen to
access the pages of icons.
Managing Home Page Icons
h (Previous): Press to go to the
previous Home Page.
2. Drag the icon to a new location
on the Home Page or to save it
to the applications tray.
k (Next):
Press to go to the next
Home Page.
l (Interaction Selector):
Press to
display the favorites list.
The Home Page is where vehicle
feature icons are accessed. Some
features are disabled when the
vehicle is moving.
The Home Page can be set up to
have up to five pages with eight
icons per page.
Press and hold a location within the
favorites area to begin the process
of saving a favorite application.
Press the application icon to store
as a favorite. The name of the
application will be shown in
favorites.
1. Press and hold any of the Home
Page icons to edit that icon.
3. Press
{ to exit edit mode.
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Steering Wheel Controls
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Some audio controls can be
adjusted at the steering wheel.
g (1) (Push to Talk):
Press to
answer an incoming call or to start a
voice recognition session. See
Bluetooth (Overview) on page 71 or
Bluetooth (Infotainment Controls) on
page 72 or Bluetooth (Voice
Recognition) on page 76 or “OnStar
Overview” in the owner manual.
R (1) (Phone/Mute):
Press to
decline an incoming call, or end a
current call. Press to mute or
unmute the infotainment system
when not on a call.
w or x (1) (Next or Previous):
Press to change radio stations in
audio mode or to go up or down in
a list.
o or p (1) (Previous or Next):
Press to go to the previous or next
area in the display or the previous
or next menu.
SEL (1) (Select): Press to select a
highlighted menu option.
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v + or v − (2) (Volume): Press to
increase or decrease volume.
l FAV or FAV g (3) (Next or
Previous Favorite): Press to
display a list of favorites. Press
again to select the next or previous
favorite when listening to the radio.
Using the System
Touchscreen Buttons
Touchscreen buttons show on the
screen when available. When a
function is unavailable, the button
may gray out. When a function is
selected, the button may highlight.
Home Page Features
Press the icons on the Home Page
screen to launch an application.
Audio
Press the AUDIO icon to display the
active audio source page. Available
sources are AM, FM, XM (if
equipped), My Media, USB, SD,
Bluetooth, and AUX Input.
Phone
Press the PHONE icon to display
the Phone main page. See
Bluetooth (Overview) on page 71 or
Bluetooth (Infotainment Controls) on
page 72 or Bluetooth (Voice
Recognition) on page 76.
NAV (Navigation, If Equipped)
Press the NAV icon to display the
navigation map or OnStar
Turn-by-Turn Navigation. See Using
the Navigation System on page 27
or “OnStar Navigation” in the owner
manual.
Apps
If equipped, this feature is available
through the Apps icon on the radio
Home Page. Downloading and
using Apps requires
a Bluetooth Internet connection as
part of a smartphone or other mobile
device data service plan. On most
smartphones, activation is in the
Settings menu under Mobile
Network Sharing, Personal Hotspot,
Mobile Hotspot, Bluetooth Tethering,
or similar. After activation of the
hotspot on the smartphone,
complete the Bluetooth pairing
process using the Phone icon on
the radio Home Page. After pairing
the phone, press the Apps icon on
the radio Home Page. Follow the
prompts to configure the Internet
connection and set up an account.
See www.chevrolet.com/mylink
(U.S.) or www.mylink.chevrolet.ca
(Canada).
Settings
Press the SETTINGS icon to display
the Settings menu. See Settings on
page 68.
Phone (Voice Recognition)
Press the PHONE microphone icon
on Home Page to access the
Bluetooth Speech Recognition main
page. See Voice Recognition on
page 60.
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Pandora (If Equipped)
Applications Tray
Press the PANDORA icon to begin
Pandora®. See Pandora Internet
Radio on page 17.
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Infotainment Gestures
Use the following finger gestures to
control the infotainment system.
Press/Tap
Weather (If Equipped)
Press the WEATHER icon to display
the Weather main page. See
“SiriusXM Travel Link Weather (If
Equipped)” under Destination on
page 37.
OnStar
Press the ONSTAR icon to display
the OnStar main page and start
OnStar voice recognition. See
“OnStar Overview” in the owner
manual.
The applications tray is at the top
center of the screen. The
applications tray can have three to
five applications.
To add an application from the
Home Page to the applications tray:
1. Press and hold any icon on the
Home Page to enter edit mode.
2. Drag the icon to the
applications tray.
To remove an item from the
applications tray, drag the icon
from the applications tray back
to the Home Page.
Adding or removing applications
from the applications tray will not
remove them from the Home Page.
Press/tap is used to select a button
or option, activate an application,
or change the location inside a map.
Many times the function is
performed upon removal of the
finger from the touch screen; not on
the initial press.
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Press and Hold
held and moved along the screen to
the new location. This can be done
up, down, right, or left.
Fling or Swipe
Nudge
Press and hold can be used to start
another gesture, move, or delete an
application.
Drag
Nudge is used to move items a
short distance on a list or a map. To
nudge, hold and move the selected
item up or down to a new location.
Fling or swipe is used to scroll
through a list, pan the map,
or change page views. Do this by
placing a finger on the screen then
moving it rapidly up and down or
right and left and releasing the
finger from the screen.
Turn
Turn the MENU knob or O /VOL
(Volume) knob on the faceplate to
perform functions such as tuning the
radio or scrolling lists.
Drag is used to move applications
on the Home Page, or to pan the
map. To drag the item, it must be
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Cleaning High Gloss Surfaces
and Vehicle Information and
Radio Displays
For vehicles with high gloss
surfaces or vehicle displays, use a
microfiber cloth to wipe surfaces.
Before wiping the surface with the
microfiber cloth, use a soft bristle
brush to remove dirt that could
scratch the surface. Then use the
microfiber cloth by gently rubbing to
clean. Never use window cleaners
or solvents. Periodically hand wash
the microfiber cloth separately,
using mild soap. Do not use bleach
or fabric softener. Rinse thoroughly
and air dry before next use.
Software Updates
See the website for more
information.
Website Information
In the U.S., see www.chevrolet.com
In Canada, see
www.chevrolet.gm.ca
Radio
AM-FM Radio
Playing the Radio
Press the MENU screen button or
menu knob to display the following
menus:
Tone Settings:
.
Bass, Midrange, Treble,
Surround (if equipped): Press +
or − to adjust. Surround adjusts
the headrest speaker
volume only.
.
Balance: Press S or T for more
sound from the left or right
speakers. The middle position
balances the sound between the
left and right speakers.
.
Fade: Press y or z for more
sound from the front or rear
speakers. The middle position
balances the sound between the
front and rear speakers.
While on the audio main page the
available sources are: AM, FM, XM
(if equipped), My Media, USB, SD,
Bluetooth, and AUX Input.
.
Press the RADIO screen button
or on the faceplate to scroll
through AM, FM, or SiriusXM (if
equipped).
.
Press the MEDIA screen button
or on the faceplate to scroll
through My Media, USB, SD,
Bluetooth, and AUX Input.
Infotainment System Settings
Press the RADIO screen button or
on the faceplate to access
broadcast sources.
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Tag Song: Press to bookmark a
song on an Apple device for later
purchase using iTunes®.
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Timeshift: Timeshift is the
recording of a radio station for up to
25 minutes. See “Timeshifting” later
in this section.
DSP Modes:
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If equipped with Bose Surround®
sound system, it will have three
DSP modes including:
‐ Normal: Adjusts the audio to
provide the best sound for all
seating positions.
‐ Driver: Adjusts the audio to
provide the best sound for the
driver.
‐ Centerpoint: Creates a
surround sound from nearly
any audio source.
Auto Volume: If equipped, this
feature adjusts the volume based on
vehicle speed. The options are OFF,
Low, Medium - Low, Medium,
Medium - High, or High. Press o
BACK on the faceplate or press the
Back screen button to go back to
the previous menu.
Bose AudioPilot® Noise
Compensation Technology (If
Equipped): This feature adjusts
the volume based on the noise in
the vehicle. When turned on,
AudioPilot detects noise and vehicle
speed to continuously adjust the
audio signal so that music will
sound the same at a set volume
level. This feature is most effective
at lower radio volume settings
where background noise can affect
how well the music is being played.
See www.bose.com/audiopilot. This
feature can be turned on or off.
Press o BACK on the faceplate or
press the Back screen button to go
back to the previous menu.
EQ (Equalizer): If equipped with a
Bose Sound System, the available
choices are Manual and Talk.
HD Radio: If equipped, for AM and
FM only, press to turn HD Radio®
reception on or off. Press o BACK
on the faceplate or press the Back
screen button to go back to the
previous menu.
Update Station List: For AM and
FM only, press to update the station
list. Press o BACK on the
faceplate or press the Back screen
button to go back to the
previous menu.
Finding a Station
Seeking a Station
Press g or d on the faceplate to
search for the previous or next
strongest station.
Tuning a Station
Turn the MENU knob to manually
search for a station.
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Storing Radio Station Presets
Pandora Radio Stations: Press
and hold a screen button to store
the Pandora application. Pandora
favorite stations work when Pandora
is launched.
Favorites are stored in the area at
the bottom of the screen.
Up to 60 preset stations can be
stored:
AM, FM, XM (if equipped), HD
Radio Stations: Press and hold a
screen button to save the current
station as a favorite. Press a screen
button in the favorite area to recall a
favorite station.
To scroll through the favorites:
.
Drag on the top line of the
screen buttons along the bottom
to raise up the favorites. To
close the favorites, drag
them down.
.
Slide a finger to the right or left
to scroll through each page of
favorites. A V indicates which
page is being viewed.
Mixed-Audio Favorites
Favorites that can be stored include
radio stations, navigation,
applications, contacts, tone settings,
artists, songs, albums,
podcasts, etc.
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Tone Settings: Press and hold a
screen button to save the current
tone settings as a favorite in the
tone settings screen. Press Q on
the bottom of the screen to display
Favorites. Press a screen button in
the favorite area to recall a favorite
tone setting.
The number of favorites displayed is
automatically adjusted by default,
but can be manually adjusted in the
Settings menu under Radio and
then Manage Favorites.
Timeshifting
The audio system can record live
radio for up to 25 minutes. When
tuned to a station, the system
automatically begins recording the
audio along with the associated
metadata.
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Press j to pause playback of the
audio and to initiate timeshift mode.
Press r to resume playback of the
live audio.
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Press and hold the fast forward
indicator to advance playback at
a rate of 15 times the rate of
normal playback. The timeshift
buffer can be advanced up to
the end of the timeshift buffer
and return to live mode.
starts at the beginning of the current
program. If no metadata is available,
the system skips back 30 seconds.
Reaching the End of the Buffer
If listening to timeshifted radio,
press u to fast forward back to live
radio.
If the audio is paused and the
25-minute buffer is reached, the
buffer continues recording the latest
content and will erase the oldest
content. When playback is started,
the content played will be the last
25 minutes in the buffer.
Buffer Reset
Timeshifting and Station/Channel
Lists
HD Radio Technology
The buffer will reset anytime the
broadcast band or stations/channels
are changed. Changing to a media
source when the pause button is
pressed will not reset the buffer.
If browsing a station/channel list is
started while listening to the
timeshift content, the list content is
shown in live time, not
buffered time.
Rewinding or Fast Forwarding a
Timeshifted Broadcast
Skipping Back in a Broadcast
If equipped, HD Radio Technology
is a free service with features such
as static-free sound; more
programming choices on local FM
HD2, HD3, and higher; and
on-screen information such as artist
and song title.
When timeshifting begins, a time is
indicated on the right of the play/
pause indicator. This time initially
indicates the time of day at which
playback is paused. This time
continues to show as long as the
system is in a paused mode and the
buffer continues to fill.
.
Press and hold the rewind
indicator to reverse playback at
a rate of 15 times the rate of
normal playback.
Returning to Live Broadcast
For programs with metadata,
pressing the previous button less
than five seconds into a program
will make the system skip to the
beginning of the previous program.
If more than five seconds into the
current song/program, the system
Channel Access
To access HD Radio channels:
1. Tune the radio to the channel.
HD Radio must be turned on in
the Menu. If the channel is
broadcasting HD Radio
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Technology, the radio will
automatically switch to digital
audio, indicated with an HD
Radio Technology logo.
2. Press g or d on the faceplate,
or turn the MENU knob to tune
to the previous or next HD Radio
channel.
There may be a delay before the
channel starts playing.
The HD Radio channel number is
indicated next to the logo.
HD Radio channels can be saved
as favorites. Songs can be tagged
for download to a connected iPod
touch®.
When connected to iTunes®, the
Sync button on the device may
need to be pressed to transfer the
tags to iTunes.
See AM-FM Radio on page 11 or
USB Port on page 21.
For a list of all channels, see
www.hdradio.com.
Troubleshooting
Satellite Radio
Digital Audio Delay: Wait for the
signal to process. This can take
several seconds.
SiriusXM® Satellite Radio
Service (If Equipped)
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Volume Change, Audio Skip,
Echo, Digital Audio Lost: Channel
signal strength may be weak or the
channel is out of range. Verify
proper reception on another
channel.
If the HD Radio signal loses
reception while listening to channel
HD1, the radio will go back to the
main non-HD Radio channel.
If the HD Radio signal loses
reception while listening to channels
HD2 to HD8, the radio mutes until
the signal can be recovered or until
the channel is changed.
HD can be disabled if driving in a
weak signal area. Press Menu from
the AM/FM screens, then press HD
Radio to toggle HD on or off.
Vehicles with a valid SiriusXM
satellite radio subscription can
receive SiriusXM programming.
SiriusXM satellite radio has a wide
variety of programming and
commercial-free music, coast to
coast, and in digital-quality sound.
See www.siriusxm.com or call
1-866-635-2349 in the U.S. In
Canada, see www.xmradio.ca or call
1-877-209-0079.
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When SiriusXM is active, the station
name, number, category name,
song title, and artist display on the
screen.
SiriusXM Menu
Pressing the MENU screen button
may display the following:
Tone Settings: Press + or − to
adjust the tone settings. See AM-FM
Radio on page 11.
Tag Song: Press the Tag Song
button to tag the current artist and
song information.
When connected to iTunes®, the
Sync button on iTunes may need to
be pressed to transfer the
song tags.
TuneSelect: For SiriusXM only, this
feature allows for alerts to be set for
artists or songs that are played on
any channel. Press TuneSelect on
the menu during playback of a
desired song or artist to set an alert.
Press Manage TuneSelect to turn
the alerts On and Off or manage the
saved selection of Artists or Songs.
To unselect an alert, press the Song
or Artist. To delete an alert, press −.
Press o BACK on the faceplate or
press the Back screen button to go
back to the previous menu.
Auto Volume: If equipped, this
feature adjusts the volume based on
the vehicle speed. See AM-FM
Radio on page 11.
Bose AudioPilot Noise
Compensation Technology:
If equipped, this feature adjusts the
volume based on the noise in the
vehicle. See AM-FM Radio on
page 11.
Radio Reception
Unplug electronic devices from the
accessory power outlets if there is
interference or static in the radio.
FM
FM signals only reach about 16 to
65 km (10 to 40 mi). Although the
radio has a built-in electronic circuit
that automatically works to reduce
interference, some static can occur,
especially around tall buildings or
hills, causing the sound to fade in
and out.
AM
The range for most AM stations is
greater than for FM, especially at
night. The longer range can cause
station frequencies to interfere with
each other. Static can also occur
when things like storms and power
lines interfere with radio reception.
When this happens, try reducing the
treble on the radio.
SiriusXM® Satellite Radio
Service
If equipped, SiriusXM Satellite
Radio Service provides digital radio
reception. Tall buildings or hills can
interfere with satellite radio signals,
causing the sound to fade in and
out. In addition, traveling or standing
under heavy foliage, bridges,
garages, or tunnels may cause loss
of the SiriusXM signal for a period
of time.
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Cell Phone Usage
Cell phone usage, such as making
or receiving phone calls, charging,
or just having the phone on may
cause static interference in the
radio. Unplug the phone or turn it off
if this happens.
Diversity Antenna System
The AM-FM antenna is a hidden
self-tuning system. It optimizes the
AM and FM signals relative to the
vehicle's position and radio station
source. No maintenance or
adjustments are needed.
Satellite Radio Antenna
If equipped with SiriusXM Satellite
Radio, the antenna is under the left
front fender. The antenna is hidden
from view and not adjustable.
Pandora Internet Radio
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Launching Pandora
®
Pandora is a free Internet radio
service that streams personalized
radio stations based on artists,
tracks, genres, and comedians.
Create stations using the Pandora
website or Smartphone application,
then use - (thumbs up) or ,
(thumbs down) to personalize
stations. To set up an account, or for
more information, go to
www.pandora.com. Pandora may
not be available in Canada.
A phone or tablet with Internet
connection and the Pandora
application installed is required.
Personal cell phone data plans are
used. Make sure the latest version
is installed on the device.
Connect the iPhone to the USB
port, or connect Android™ or
BlackBerry® through Bluetooth. See
Auxiliary Jack on page 25 or
Bluetooth (Overview) on page 71 or
Bluetooth (Infotainment Controls) on
page 72 or Bluetooth (Voice
Recognition) on page 76. For first
time use, set up the stations before
connecting to the vehicle.
Using the iPhone
1. Plug the device into the USB
port. The phone screen must be
unlocked.
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2. Launch Pandora directly from
the Home Page by pressing the
Pandora icon.
Pandora Menus
Press Menu on the Pandora
main page.
If nothing happens when the
available Pandora screen button is
pressed, download the latest
Pandora application and retry.
Bose AudioPilot: If equipped, this
feature adjusts the volume based on
the noise in the vehicle. See AM-FM
Radio on page 11.
Pandora Features
The login screen may display on the
device.
Using an Android or BlackBerry
Phone
The BlackBerry phone must be
unlocked to launch Pandora service.
1. Pair the phone using Bluetooth.
2. Press Pandora on the Home
Page to launch the service.
3. If nothing happens when the
available Pandora screen button
is pressed, download the latest
Pandora application and retry.
The login screen may display on the
device.
Pandora has a menu system with
the following:
Tone Settings: Press to adjust the
tone settings. See AM-FM Radio on
page 11.
Bookmark Artist: Press to
bookmark the artist.
Bookmark Song: Press to
bookmark the song.
Auto Volume: This feature sets the
auto volume based on the speed of
the vehicle and noise in the vehicle.
See AM-FM Radio on page 11.
Pandora service has features to rate
tracks, skip tracks, or change
stations.
, (Thumbs Down): When
pressed, Pandora stores this
information, changes to the next
track, and does not play this track
on this station again. This helps
Pandora choose which tracks
should not play on this station. This
feature is only available on user
created stations.
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- (Thumbs Up):
When pressed,
Pandora stores this information and
- is highlighted for the remainder of
the track. This helps Pandora
choose which tracks should play on
this station.
Pandora Troubleshooting
d (Next Track):
1. Turn the vehicle off.
r or j (Play/Pause): Press to play
or pause playback.
2. Take the Remote Keyless Entry
(RKE) transmitter at least 6 m
(20 ft) away from the vehicle.
When pressed,
Pandora changes to the next track.
Pandora Skip Limit
Pandora limits the number of skips
allowed on their service to five skips
including thumbs down. , or next
track will not work when skip limit is
reached, but the , feedback will be
recorded.
Advertisements on Pandora
Pandora may display
advertisements. The artist name
and track title will not be displayed
and the skip track button will not be
available.
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Unable to Connect Device to
Vehicle
If the device is unable to connect to
the USB or Bluetooth:
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Check that there is an active
account logged into Pandora.
Pandora will not work during an
active call.
.
Have at least one station
created.
.
3. Wait about 30 seconds, and try
to connect the device again. See
Bluetooth (Overview) on page 71
or Bluetooth (Infotainment
Controls) on page 72 or
Bluetooth (Voice Recognition) on
page 76.
For Android and BlackBerry
devices, check that the device is
paired with the vehicle, and
whether the device displays in
the Connected phone sources
list under the Phone icon from
the Home Page.
.
For an iPhone, check that the
USB cable is connected to the
USB port and the screen is
unlocked.
Unable to Start Pandora
.
Close Pandora on the device
and launch again. Devices that
allow multitasking may require
an extra step to quit the Pandora
application. See the cell phone
manufacturer's user guide.
If the device is unable to launch
Pandora:
.
Check that the latest version of
Pandora is installed.
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Thumbs Up or Thumbs Down
Error
If there is an error trying to rate a
track with the , or - buttons, the
message “Thumbs Down Error” or
“Thumbs Up Error” will display.
Press OK to dismiss.
Loss of Audio
Loss of Pandora audio can happen
in different ways:
To change the audio flow:
1. While the iPhone is connected,
double tap the phone’s home
button.
2. Swipe a finger to the left on the
phone’s screen display. A box
with a triangle on the lower line
of the box that is highlighted,
displays. Press this box to
display the dock connector
option.
.
Weak or lost data connection.
3. Select “Dock Connector.”
.
Device needs to be charged.
Common Pandora Messages
.
Application needs to be
relaunched.
.
Connection between phone and
radio lost.
Pandora Error/Please Check
Connected Device: Not signed in
or Pandora is down for
maintenance.
.
An iPhone is connected to both
Bluetooth and the USB port.
If there is a loss of audio, playback
can be resumed by changing the
audio flow from Bluetooth to USB
cable.
No Stations Available: No stations
are available on the Pandora server
through the connected device.
Action Unavailable Please Check
Device: A few conditions for loss of
Internet connection are:
.
The connected device loses its
cellular connection.
.
The device does not support
Internet connectivity.
.
The device is not in the vehicle.
.
No Bluetooth signal.
No Skips Remaining for This
Station or Permitted During
Advertisements:
.
The maximum Pandora skip limit
has been reached according to
the plan that was obtained.
.
Skipping an advertisement was
tried.
See www.pandora.com/help. If the
service will not work, see your
dealer for assistance.
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Audio Players
USB Port
This vehicle is equipped with one
SD card reader and three USB
ports. The SD card reader and two
USB ports are in the center console.
The other USB port is in the storage
area behind the radio display
screen. The system is optimized to
support two connected devices with
a total of 100,000 songs.
Playing from a USB
A USB mass storage device can be
connected to the USB port.
Audio extensions supported by the
USB are:
Gracenote®
When plugging in a USB device,
Gracenote service builds voice tags
for music. Voice tags allow artists,
albums with hard to pronounce
names, and nicknames to be used
to play music through voice
recognition.
While indexing, infotainment
features are available.
My Media Library
Allows access to content from all
indexed media sources. Press the
MEDIA screen button to scroll
through the options until My Media
is selected. Use gestures or screen
buttons to scroll through the
content.
.
MP3
USB MP3 Player and USB Drives
.
WMA
.
AAC
.
OGG
The USB MP3 players and USB
drives connected must comply with
the USB Mass Storage Class
specification (USB MSC).
.
AIFF
To play a USB device:
.
3GPP
1. Connect the USB.
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2. Press MEDIA until the
connected device is shown.
.
Hard disk drives are not
supported.
.
The following restrictions apply
for the data stored on a USB
MP3 player or USB device:
‐ Maximum folder structure
depth: 11 levels.
‐ Applicable audio extensions
are mp3, wma, aac, m4a,
and aif.
‐ WMA and Apple lossless files
are not supported.
‐ Supported file systems are
FAT32 and NTFS.
Use the following when playing an
active USB source:
r (Play):
Press to play the current
media source.
j (Pause):
Press to pause play of
the current media source.
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t (Previous/Reverse):
.
.
Press to seek to the beginning of
the current or previous track.
If the track has been playing for
less than five seconds, the
previous track plays. If playing
longer than five seconds, the
current track restarts.
Press and hold to reverse
quickly through playback.
Release to return to playing
speed. Elapsed time displays.
u (Next/Fast Forward):
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Press to seek to the next track.
Press and hold to advance
quickly through playback.
Release to return to playing
speed. Elapsed time displays.
USB Menu
Bose AudioPilot Noise
Compensation Technology:
If equipped, this feature adjusts the
volume based on the noise in the
vehicle. See AM-FM Radio on
page 11.
Tone: Press + or − to adjust the
tone settings. See AM-FM Radio on
page 11.
USB Browse Menu
Press the browse button to view the
browse menu and the following
options are displayed along the
bottom of the screen:
Playlists:
1. Press to view the playlists stored
on the USB.
2. Select a playlist to view the list
of all songs in that playlist.
2. Select an artist name to view a
list of all albums by the artist.
3. To select a song, press All
Songs or press an album and
then select a song from the list.
Albums:
1. Press to view the albums on
the USB.
2. Select the album to view a list of
all songs on the album.
3. Select a song from the list to
begin playback.
Songs:
1. Press to display a list of all
songs on the USB.
2. To begin playback, select a song
from the list.
Genres:
Press Menu to display the USB
menu. The following may be
available:
3. Select a song from the list to
begin playback.
1. Press to view the genres on
the USB.
Artists:
Shuffle: Press to play the tracks
randomly. Press again to stop
shuffle.
1. Press to view the list of artists
stored on the USB.
2. Select a genre to view a list of
all content of that genre.
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3. Select an artist to list albums,
select an album to list songs,
select a song to start playback.
Audiobooks:
Podcasts, Composers, Audio
Books, Videos, and Folder View (if
equipped) are shown when More is
selected from the bottom of the
screen.
2. Select the audio book from the
list to view a list of chapters.
Podcasts:
Folder View:
1. Press to view the podcasts on
the USB.
2. Select a podcast.
3. Select episodes.
1. Press to view the audiobooks
stored on the iPod.
3. Select a chapter to begin
playback.
The following Apple devices are
supported:
1. Press to view the directories on
the USB.
.
iPod touch® (4th generation)
.
iPod touch® (3rd generation)
2. Select a folder to view a list of all
files.
.
iPod touch® (2nd generation)
.
iPod touch® (1st generation)
.
iPod nano® (7th generation)
.
iPod nano® (6th generation)
.
iPod nano® (5th generation)
.
iPod nano® (4th generation)
1. Press to view the composers on
the USB.
File System and Naming
2. Select Composer to view a list of
albums by that composer.
File systems supported by the
USB are:
4. Select a song from the list to
begin playback.
Supported Apple® Devices
iPod touch® (5th generation)
Composers:
3. Select an album to list songs on
that album.
displayed if present. The radio
displays the file name as the track
name if the song information is not
available.
.
3. Select a file from the list to begin
playback.
.
FAT32
.
iPod nano® (3rd generation)
.
NTFS
.
iPod nano® (2nd generation)
.
HFS+
.
iPod nano® (1st generation)
.
iPod classic®
.
iPod® with video
The songs, artists, albums, and
genres are taken from the file’s
song information and are only
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iPhone® 5
.
iPhone® 4S
.
iPhone® 4G
®
.
iPhone 3GS
.
iPhone® 3G
.
iPhone
.
iPad®
®
The latest software update may be
needed.
Loss of Audio
Do not pair the Bluetooth of an
iPhone that is connected and using
the iPod feature under vehicle
media sources. If an attempt to pair
the Bluetooth of the same
connected phone is made, the
system will automatically mute the
iPod audio.
If there is a loss of audio, playback
can be resumed by changing the
audio flow from Bluetooth to USB
cable.
Other phones such as the Droid
phones may have a similar reaction.
Bluetooth Streaming Audio and
Voice Recognition
See Bluetooth Audio on page 26 for
information using voice recognition
with Bluetooth streaming audio.
Albums: Press to store the current
album as a favorite. Press a screen
button in the favorite area to recall a
favorite album. The first song in the
album list begins to play.
Storing and Recalling Media
Favorites
Playlists: Press to store the
current playlist as a favorite. Press a
screen button in the favorite area to
recall a favorite playlist. The first
song in the playlist begins to play.
To store media favorites, press and
hold an open favorite during media
playback to display a list of media
types. Select from this list.
Songs: Press to store the current
song as a favorite. Press a screen
button in the favorite area to recall a
favorite song.
The media types that may
display are:
Podcasts or Podcast Episode:
Press and hold a screen button to
store the current podcast as a
favorite. Press a screen button in
the favorite area to recall a favorite
podcast or podcast episode. The
podcast or podcast episode begins
to play.
Make sure all devices have the
latest software downloaded.
Genres: Press to store the current
genre as a favorite. Press a screen
button in the favorite area to recall a
favorite genre. The first song of the
genre begins to play.
Artists: Press to store the current
artist as a favorite. Press a screen
button in the favorite area to recall a
favorite artist. The first song in the
artist list begins to play.
Audiobooks: Press and hold a
screen button to save the current
audiobook as a favorite. Press a
screen button in the favorite area to
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recall a favorite audiobook; the first
chapter in the audiobook begins
to play.
SD Card Reader
This vehicle has an SD card reader
in the center console.
Set up the SD card while the vehicle
is in P (Park). See “Audio” under
Using the System on page 8.
Place the card into the port.
If an SD card has already been
connected, but a different source is
currently active, press the MEDIA
screen button to scroll through the
audio source screens until SD card
displays.
Press the SD source menu to
display the SD card options such as
play/pause and previous or reverse.
These same options are described
earlier for the USB menu source.
See USB Port on page 21.
This vehicle may also have an SD
card reader in the glove box.
Auxiliary Jack
This vehicle has an auxiliary input
jack in the center console under the
armrest. Possible auxiliary audio
sources include:
.
Laptop computer
.
Audio music player
.
Portable CD player
This jack is not an audio output. Do
not plug headphones into the
auxiliary input jack. Set up an
auxiliary device while the vehicle is
in P (Park).
Connect a 3.5 mm (1/8 in) cable
from the auxiliary device to the
auxiliary input jack. When a device
is connected, the system can play
audio from the device over the
vehicle speakers.
If an auxiliary device has already
been connected, but a different
source is currently active, press the
MEDIA faceplate button or MEDIA
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screen button to scroll through
audio source screens, until AUX
source screen displays.
Playing from the AUX Port
An auxiliary device is played
through the audio system and
controlled through the device itself.
AUX Menu
Press the MENU knob to display the
AUX menu and the following may
display:
Tone Settings: Select to adjust
Bass, Midrange, Treble, Balance,
Fade, and EQ (Equalizer). See
AM-FM Radio on page 11.
Bose® AudioPilot®: If equipped,
this feature can be turned on or off.
See “Bose® AudioPilot®” in AM-FM
Radio on page 11.
EQ (Equalizer) Settings:
If equipped, this feature adjusts the
pre-defined EQ modes. See “EQ
(Equalizer) Settings” in AM-FM
Radio on page 11.
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DSP Modes: If equipped with a
Bose® Surround Sound System, this
feature adjusts the DSP modes.
See “DSP Modes” in AM-FM Radio
on page 11.
Bluetooth Audio
If equipped, music may be played
from a paired Bluetooth device. See
Bluetooth (Overview) on page 71 or
Bluetooth (Infotainment Controls) on
page 72 or Bluetooth (Voice
Recognition) on page 76 for help
pairing a device.
Volume and song selection may be
controlled by using the Infotainment
controls or on the phone/device.
If Bluetooth Audio is selected and
no volume is present, check the
volume setting on both your phone/
device and the Infotainment system.
Music can be launched by pressing
the MEDIA screen button on the
Home Page.
To play music via Bluetooth:
1. Power on the device, and pair to
connect the device.
Manage Bluetooth Devices: Press
to go to the Bluetooth page to add
or delete devices.
2. Once paired, go into the audio
application from the Home Page
or via the applications tray.
Select MEDIA until Bluetooth
displays.
When selecting Bluetooth audio
source, the radio may not be able to
launch specific applications on the
device. Use the device to start audio
playback when it is safe to do so.
Bluetooth Audio Menu
Press the MENU screen button or
menu knob to display the Bluetooth
Audio menu. The following may be
available:
Bose AudioPilot: If equipped, this
feature adjusts the volume based on
the noise in the vehicle. See AM-FM
Radio on page 11.
Tone: Press + or − to adjust the
tone settings. See AM-FM Radio on
page 11.
Press o BACK on the faceplate or
press the Back screen button to go
back to the previous menu.
All devices launch audio differently.
When selecting Bluetooth audio as
a source, the radio may show as
paused on the screen. Press play
on the device or press r to begin
playback.
Some phones support sending
Bluetooth music information to
display on the radio. When the radio
receives this information, it will
check to see if any is available and
display it. For more information
about supported Bluetooth features,
see www.gm.com/bluetooth.
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Navigation
Using the Navigation
System
Press the NAV button on the Home
Page or the Navigation icon in the
applications tray to access the
navigation application.
Press MENU from the map view to
access the Navigation Menu.
Features displayed in the
Navigation Menu can be selected to
adjust navigation preferences.
To exit out of a list, press the EXIT
screen button in the top right corner
of the map to return to the main
map view.
It is advised to set up preferences
before setting a destination. To set a
destination, see Destination on
page 37.
.
Display “Places of Interest”
Icons
.
Personal Data
Cancel/Resume Route
.
While under route guidance, this
screen button displays Cancel
Route. Press Cancel Route to
cancel route guidance. No
further prompts will be given.
The list item then changes to
Resume Route.
.
Press the Resume Route screen
button to resume route guidance
to the last entered destination.
.
The last location that the system
has provided guidance to can be
resumed by pressing on this
list item.
.
If the route includes waypoints,
the entire route can be
suspended using the End Route
list item. When Resume Route is
pressed, all waypoints are
resumed for guidance.
Additional navigation features are:
.
Cancel/Resume Route
.
Navigation Voice Preferences
.
Current Location
.
Traffic
.
Map View
.
Routing Preferences
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Navigation Voice Preferences
Voice Volume
Press the Navigation Voice
Preferences list item to adjust the
voice preferences.
Adjust the loudness of the audio
feedback by pressing the − or +
button. If a maneuver prompt is
being played, and the main volume
is adjusted, the prompt volume will
update and be saved.
Prompts During Phone Calls
When enabled, the system plays a
shorter prompt while on a phone
call. This setting can be configured
as to whether a prompt would be
heard during a phone conversation.
The following options can be
adjusted:
.
.
.
The following information is
displayed on the Current
Location list:
.
Nearest Address
.
Lat/Long
.
Nearest Hospital
.
Nearest Police Station
Nearest Gas Station
Nearest Roadside Assistance
Voice Prompts ON/OFF
When this setting is OFF, only the
short alert tone is played when
approaching the maneuver.
Voice Volume
Current Location
.
Prompts During Phone Calls
ON/OFF
Press the Current Location list item
to display a Current Location list.
.
Voice Prompts
Press the Voice Prompts list item to
toggle voice prompts ON and OFF.
Pressing on any of the options will
display the destination details view
for that location to allow you to
begin guidance to the selected
location.
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Press the Nearest Address button
and then the Save screen button to
store the current location to the
Address Book.
Display Places of Interest Icons
Places of Interest (POI) icons can
be displayed on the map using
this view.
than the check box. The
subcategories will display. Select
any of those categories to
navigate down the hierarchy.
.
When a higher-level category
has some of its subcategories
selected, the checkmark next to
it is grayed out. This indicates
that only some of the categories
below are shown. Press the
grayed-out checkmark to turn all
of the icons for that category on
or off.
Map View
Press to select the desired map
view. A checkmark appears to
indicate a view has been selected.
.
The POI icons can be turned ON
and OFF. Press the check box
next to the POI icon to display
the icon.
.
Press Clear All to reset the icons
that are displayed on the map.
.
A subcategory can be selected
instead of the entire category.
Press the list item itself rather
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3D View
The 3D View is a Heading Up view
but it includes perspective. Map
items will appear larger as the
vehicle comes closer.
Heading Up View
The Heading Up View keeps the
vehicle's current heading at the top
of the view. The vehicle icon always
faces the top of the view as the map
rotates.
North Up View
The North Up View keeps north at
the top of the view. The vehicle icon
is placed in the center of the view
and rotates to indicate the heading
for the vehicle.
Audio Information
Press to turn the audio information
view on or off from the main map
view. When ON, the audio
information becomes an audio
status pane. This allows for two
lines of audio information in the
status pane and enables the use of
some Interaction Selector controls.
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The audio status screen contains:
Station Frequency
Day/Night Mode
.
Eco Friendly (if equipped)
.
Short
.
Configure Eco Profile
These preferences are used for all
routes generated.
Artist Information
Press to access the Day/Night
Mode menu.
.
Song Information
The options are:
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r / j or t / u Station and
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Channel Controls
Press the t / u Station controls to
go to the next or previous strong
signal station or digital channel.
When the audio status pane
displays Artist and Song
Information, press the t / u
controls to go to the next or
previous track based on the current
media mode.
.
Day Mode: Brightens the map
background.
.
Night Mode: Darkens the map
background.
.
Automatic: Adjusts the screen
background automatically
depending on the exterior
lighting conditions.
Routing Preferences
Press the Routing Preferences list
item to access the Routing
Preferences menu. Options on how
the routes are created for route
guidance are listed on this menu.
Route Style
Press this list item to change the
route type preferences.
The options are:
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Fast (default)
Route segment preferences are
other options showing on the
Routing Preferences menu.
This includes:
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Use Toll Roads ON/OFF
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Use Freeways ON/OFF
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Use Carpool Lanes ON/OFF
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Avoid Slow Traffic ON/OFF
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Use Tunnels ON/OFF
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Use Time Restricted Roads
ON/OFF
There are several options on the
Traffic menu:
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Traffic (If Equipped)
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Show Nearby Traffic Incidents
Press to browse the traffic in the
area as well as adjust the traffic
settings. Where traffic information is
available, it is displayed on the map.
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Show Flow On Map ON/OFF
2. Press on the incident to display
additional details about the
incident as well as an option to
avoid that particular incident if it
is along the current route.
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Show Icons On Map ON/OFF
Traffic Routing Preferences
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Traffic Routing Preferences
Where live traffic flow data is
available, it is displayed as a solid
line adjacent to the road. The road
is displayed in colors to show the
flow rate as:
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Traffic Types
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Black – Stopped or Closed
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Red – Poor
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Yellow – Slow
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Green – Normal
1. Press Show Nearby Traffic
Incidents to access the Traffic
List menu. This menu displays
the incident symbol and highway
name, along with the distance
and heading to the incident.
The system can be configured as to
how it reacts when receiving traffic
information. Press Traffic Routing
Preferences to access the Traffic
Routing menu.
When this setting is OFF, the
system will never take traffic
conditions into account when
creating routes. In addition, the two
options below are grayed out. If one
of the grayed-out options is
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pressed, it automatically turns the
traffic avoidance feature ON and
performs the desired selection.
Press to access the Traffic
Types menu.
The system can be configured to
filter out certain types of traffic
events. If a particular type has been
turned off, the system does not
display it on the map, and does not
alert the driver.
The two options, Ask Me Before
Avoiding and Automatically Avoid
Traffic will adjust the system as
follows:
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If the Automatically Avoid Traffic
list item is pressed, the system
will automatically adjust the
route based on traffic without
notifying the driver.
If the Ask Me Before Avoiding
list item is pressed, the system
will always use Alerts to show
when there is an incident and
allow it to be avoided by
pressing the avoid button.
If the Traffic list item is pressed from
the Map Menu and Traffic is not
available because the SiriusXM
subscription is not valid, a pop-up
will display with information on how
to reactivate the subscription along
with the SiriusXM radio ID.
Personal Data
Traffic Types
Data that the system has saved
during the course of using the
navigation system can be managed
through:
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Address Book
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Recent Destinations
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My POIs (if equipped)
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Address Book Entries
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1. Press Edit Address Book to
display the Address Book to edit.
2. Press Delete All Entries to
delete the entire list of contacts.
A pop-up displays to confirm.
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Recent Destinations
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Press Delete Individual
Destinations to display a recent
destinations list. Select the
individual entry to delete.
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Press Delete All Destinations to
delete the entire recent
destination list. A pop-up
displays asking to confirm the
deletion.
My POIs
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Press My POIs to display a
menu of other options.
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Select Delete Individual
Categories. A My POIs category
list displays.
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Select the individual entry to
delete.
Press Delete All My POIs to
delete the entire list of
categories. A pop-up displays
asking to confirm the deletion.
To exit out of a list, press the
EXIT screen button in the top
right corner of the map to return
to the main map view.
Upload Saved Locations: Press to
upload any saved locations such as
downloaded POIs and all entries in
the vehicle address book to the
USB device.
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Press Upload Saved Locations
to save the Vehicle Contacts list
and any MyPOIs that have been
saved to the vehicle.
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Once saved locations have been
uploaded to a USB, they can be
transferred to a different vehicle
or restored to the current
address book.
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Map Adjustments
ZOOM −/+ can be used to adjust
the scale of view on the map. When
the end of the zoom level is
reached, ZOOM −/+ will gray out.
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ZOOM − (minus): Zoom out.
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ZOOM + (plus): Zoom in.
The zoom scales can be configured
for English or metric units. To
change from English to metric, see
“Instrument Cluster” in the owner
manual.
Scroll Features
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To scroll within the map, press
anywhere on the map screen.
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Nudge or slide a finger on the
map; the map moves in the
direction of the finger.
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Fling a finger on the map; the
map will start scrolling in a short
continuous scroll.
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Press a finger on the location on
the map; the map recenters to
the location that was
pressed on.
is moved from the current
location, the crosshairs will
disappear along with the callout.
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Press a finger twice on a
location on the map; the map
zooms in one level to the
location that was pressed
twice on.
When the map is recentered
away from being locked to the
vehicle position, the crosshairs
will show in the center of the
map. As the map continues to
be recentered, the crosshairs
will remain on the screen. When
the crosshairs are shown on the
screen, a callout with more
information displays. If the map
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Press a finger on the callout next
to the crosshairs and the
destination details view displays.
From this view, route guidance
can be received or saved to the
vehicle's contact list.
When the map is recentered, the
straight-line distance from the
vehicle to the selected point is
displayed in the callout. In
addition, a heading direction in
the form of an arrow is displayed
to indicate the direction. The
arrow is shown in relation to the
current vehicle heading.
Press a finger on a POI icon
shown on the map; the name of
the POI is shown in the address
callout, along with the city name
and state. If the callout is
selected, the destination details
view for the POI is shown.
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After panning the map away
from the vehicle, press RESET
to return the map back to the
current position.
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Press the Overview button to
quickly get a view of the entire
route. The route Overview button
takes the place of the RESET
button while under route
guidance. Press the RESET
button to return the map to the
current position.
Maps
The map database is stored in the
internal flash memory that is used in
the navigation system.
Detailed Areas
Road network attributes are
contained in the map database for
detailed areas. Attributes include
information such as street names,
street addresses, and turn
restrictions. A detailed area includes
all major highways, service roads,
and residential roads. The detailed
areas include Places of Interest
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(POIs) such as restaurants, airports,
banks, hospitals, police stations,
gas stations, tourist attractions, and
historical monuments. The map
database may not include data for
newly constructed areas or map
database corrections that are
completed after production. The
navigation system provides full
route guidance in the detailed map
areas.
Navigation Symbols
Following are the most common
symbols that appear on a map
screen.
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with an arrow is added to the
vehicle symbol which indicates the
direction to the destination.
Vehicle Address Callout
Tap on the vehicle icon, the current
address of the vehicle is overlaid on
the map next to the vehicle icon in a
callout. Another tap hides the
information.
Any address information about the
vehicle’s current location will be
shown, including the street, city, and
state names.
The waypoint symbol marks one or
more set waypoints.
A waypoint is a stopover destination
point added to the planned route.
Tap on this callout to save the
current address to the vehicle
address book.
The estimated time to the
destination displays. Press the
Arrival button to toggle to duration
and to the distance of the
destination.
The vehicle symbol indicates the
current position and heading
direction of the vehicle on the map.
When under route guidance, a circle
The destination symbol marks the
final destination after a route has
been planned.
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Autozoom
As a maneuver is being
approached, the map automatically
zooms in to give greater detail.
This symbol indicates the
recommended maneuver that
should be performed. Press it to
display the turn list or waypoint list.
If lane guidance is available for the
maneuver, this is also shown.
When the system begins to
autozoom, it zooms in to its
minimum level. After the maneuver
is performed, the system slowly
zooms back out.
Map View When Interacting
Driving on a Route
Maneuver Road Name
The No GPS symbol appears when
there is no Global Positioning
System (GPS) satellite signal. When
the GPS is gone, the vehicle
position on the map may not be
accurate.
If the road name has multiple
names, all names are shown.
Map View After Timeout
If the system has not been used for
approximately 30 seconds, the map
controls will time out. Tap on the
screen once to bring up the
controls.
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If the road that the system has
calculated for the next maneuver
has an icon, it will be shown to the
left of the maneuver road name.
Navigation Next Turn Maneuver
Alert
The distance to the maneuver is
shown from the current location
along the route to the maneuver.
Off-Road Indication
The navigation system has an alert
feature. The navigation system may
need to get the attention of the
driver.
When driving in an area with no
road showing on the map, the
system transitions to off-road mode.
The map displays a destination
pointer in the Turn List area. The
system will attempt to guide by
showing a highlighted route starting
at the nearest road. This road name
is shown in the next maneuver
name field at the top of the screen.
If not in the navigation application
when a near maneuver prompt is
given, it is shown as an alert. The
alert contains the turn indicator and
button to display the main
navigation view, or dismiss the alert.
The alert also contains the name of
the street to turn on and a
countdown bar.
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Destination
If route guidance is not active, press
the NAV screen button on the Home
Page to access the map view. Press
the Destination icon from the map
view to enter a destination.
Available methods of entering a
destination are Voice Recognition,
Address, Recent Destination,
Contacts, and POIs. Several options
can be selected to plan a route.
Some destination items may be
grayed out if no destination was
previously entered or saved.
Another way to enter a destination
is to connect to the OnStar® system
and ask an OnStar Advisor to
download a destination into the
embedded navigation system. See
OnStar® System on page 54.
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Alpha-Numeric Keyboard
field. Once the GO screen button is
pressed, the activity indicator
displays in the list of possible
matches.
| (Dropdown Arrow): Press to
display a list of matches.
Press the DESTINATION button to
go to the destination entry views.
Available Methods of Search
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Voice Recognition
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Address
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Recent Destinations
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Contacts
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POIs (Points of Interest)
Press the DESTINATION button and
the last used destination view is
shown. This mode is retained. The
initial default is Address.
The keyboard is used in multiple
locations throughout the system and
can be used with many features.
The navigation system uses the
alpha-numeric system’s keyboard
which includes 1 through 0, A
through Z in QWERTY layout,
hyphen, comma, period, Space, and
Sym which would show additional
characters needed.
The keyboard can also be modified
to include characters appropriate for
the region configured in the vehicle
settings.
@ GO:
Press to search for the
destination details of an address or
place of interest entered in the text
When there are multiple matches, a
dropdown arrow is shown after the
autocomplete text. This dropdown
displays an entire list of matches.
Press the appropriate match without
having to enter more text.
z (Delete): Press to delete the last
typed character. Press and hold this
screen button to clear the entire text
field. If the entire text field has been
deleted, this screen button becomes
an Undo button. Pressing Undo will
restore the deleted text.
Exit: Press to return to the
previous Map view.
Sym: Press to show the symbol
keyboard.
Space: Press to enter a space
between characters or the words of
a name.
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Q (Up Arrow): Press to display the
Interaction Selector.
Special Characters
Special Character List
Address
The following characters have
special characters beneath them:
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As the characters are typed on the
keyboard, a pop-up of the letter
pressed displays above the key that
was pressed.
Continue to press and hold, and any
additional special characters
associated with that letter are
displayed around the current letter.
To select one of the special
characters, slide a finger left or right
to adjust the highlight of the special
character.
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A destination can be searched
by typing out the address,
intersection, highway, or freeway
entrance ramps on the
keyboard. This information is
typed and displayed in the
information field. Press the
search icon to start the search.
For example:
Address: 100 Main Center
Crawford, State/Province (if
needed)
Road Name: Main Rd
Intersection: North Square
West Road Standish State/
Province
Freeway: N-94
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State information does not have
to be included in the search field
if entering an address that is
located in the same state.
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Whenever the keyboard view is
entered, the last text that was
typed, even if it was not
searched on, will display.
Intersection: If looking for an
intersection, type in the two street
names and optionally the city and
state/province of the intersection.
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A partial or complete address
can be typed in the search field.
If a partial address is typed, the
system attempts to use local
knowledge to fill in additional
information. For example, if no
city name or state are given, the
system assumes a search for
something in the current city or a
nearby city in the current state.
The system is also capable of
recognizing address formats
according to other regions.
On-Ramp: If looking for the closest
on-ramp as a destination, enter a
highway name. The direction is not
required but can be specified. The
system will search for the closest
on-ramp.
If a destination address or location
being entered is outside of the
country, the country abbreviation
must be added after the address.
For example, if the current vehicle
location is in Detroit MI and the
destination is in Windsor, the correct
input would be Windsor ON CAN.
Also available is the Exit-Ramp. For
example, N-94 Exit 42.
1. After a character has been
typed, the system is able to start
displaying matches that begin
with that character. The matches
continually become more refined
as additional characters are
entered.
2. If there are multiple matches for
what has been entered, the first
result alphabetically will be
shown.
The keyboard can utilize an
autocomplete function. Depending
on the application, autocomplete
matches entries that have been
previously typed or are stored in a
Recent Destinations list.
When there are multiple
matches, a dropdown arrow is
shown after the autocomplete
text. This dropdown displays the
entire list of matches. Press the
appropriate match without
having to enter more text.
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3. If autocomplete does not show
the results needed, press the
delete screen button to clear the
autocomplete from the entered
field.
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Address search results are
grouped by result type, in the
order of Full Addresses, States,
Cities, Intersections, and
Streets. If no results are found in
a particular group, that group is
not shown. If only one type of
result is found, the single type
result screen is shown. Within
each group, they are listed in
Confidence order. This means
that the closest match result will
be at the top.
a full match on the entire string. If it
does not find a match, the house
number is then considered an
optional term and the system
attempts to find the street and city
name. The prefix and suffix of street
names are also treated as optional
terms. The search is first done by
trying to match the prefix and/or
suffix. If there is no match found,
these terms are removed from the
search to make the search more
generic.
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Address searches can be sorted
by Confidence, Distance,
or Alphabetical Order.
Places of Interest (POI)
If there are no matches, a
pop-up displays in response to
show how the system
understood the entered text and
attempts to show how the text
could be entered to help find the
destination.
Multiple Matches
Spelling Mistakes
The system is able to offer
alternatives if the searched term is
not found exactly. The system uses
the closest term it finds and
provides those results.
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If the search results in multiple
matches, a list of matches is
shown.
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The system first searches the
entered term exactly. If no matches
are found, partial words are used.
An example is, when entering in an
address, the system attempts to do
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While at the Home Page, press the
Nav screen button to display a view
of the map. Press the Destination
screen button to go to the
destination entry views.
1. Press the POIs screen button to
display a list of POI categories.
The first list item in every POI
list is a search function. For the
highest level of categories, press
the Search All screen button or
select a category and search
within that selection.
2. Select a POI category to display
subcategories.
3. If a selected subcategory has no
results in the surrounding area,
the search is expanded until a
result is found.
5. Pan the map using the finger
gestures to minimize the POI list
and to interact with the map. The
icons that were shown before
continue to be displayed and
updated. The list is also updated
based on where the map was
panned or zoomed. The search
for POIs is constrained to where
the map has been moved to.
Press the list reveal button
which is the arrow pointing right,
near the left edge of the screen
to display the list again.
4. When a category is selected, the
nearest locations are shown on
the map and it lists the nearest
20 matches. If the limit is
reached and no further matches
display, there is a Show Next
Results button to expand the
search by another 10 results.
The currently selected category
or search term is shown in the
title bar along with the number of
matches shown in the list in
parentheses.
6. If the search map is pressed to
recenter, the crosshairs are
shown to indicate the center of
the new search location. If a POI
icon is pressed on while in the
full expanded map, a callout for
that location displays. Press the
callout to display the destination
details view.
7. Press the map reset button to
return the map to automatic
zooming and searching. It is
recentered around the vehicle’s
position, the route, the
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destination, or another location
that was specified for the
search. The map RESET button
is only displayed if the map was
manually adjusted.
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For example, enter the
information as:
POI Name: Worldwide Food
POI Category: Restaurants
POI Name and Category:
Worldwide Food Restaurants
POI Phone Number: 0100222555
POI Search Location
Press the List All screen button to
display all of the matching results in
a particular category with its
subcategories.
Using the Keyboard
The POI can be searched by
entering a POI name, category,
name and category, or phone
number on the keyboard.
If browsing for POIs or searching for
results on a keyboard in a different
location than what was searched
previously, press the Search Near
button to specify a different location.
If not under route guidance, the
search area options are:
The POI keyboard search results
will display in the order in which
they were found. Press the Sort
button to change the sorting order
by Confidence, Alphabetical,
or Distance.
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Nearby (default)
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Another Location
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or chain ID is saved in the favorites
for recall. POIs are only grouped by
chain when the sorting order is
Alphabetical.
If under route guidance, the search
area options are:
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Along Route (default)
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Nearby
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Near My Destination
.
Another Location
Favorite POIs
Locations, categories, or a particular
POI chain ID can be saved as
Favorites in the POIs view.
Press and hold on a favorite
location, then press on the category
to be saved. Whenever a set of
POIs is grouped, as in a category or
a set of POIs that all belong to the
same chain ID, the whole category
A POI search can also be saved as
a Favorite. While in the POI search
keyboard view, press and hold on a
favorite location and the text that is
currently typed in the keyboard will
be saved. Press the Sort button to
change the sorting order.
Recalling a POI Category or
Chain
If a POI category or chain favorite is
recalled, the system displays a list
of matching results defaulting to
nearby, but allows a search of other
locations. Press the Search Near
button to specify a different location.
Saved Destinations
Select a saved destination from the
Contacts or Recent Destinations.
Contacts
Select the Contacts button to view
the vehicle’s contact list or a
connected Bluetooth device. Press
the Change Contacts List screen
button to switch between the
vehicle’s contact list and the
Bluetooth device’s contact list. If a
particular contact has a single
address associated with it, that
contact has a Quick Route list item
function button next to it. Contacts
without this Quick Route button
either have multiple addresses or no
address at all. Press the Quick
Route button to go to the
Destination Details view.
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Press on an address, either from
the Quick Route on the contact list
or a specific address from the
contact detail list, to go to the
destination view showing that
address on the map.
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an address or POI favorite is
recalled, the Destination Details
View is shown.
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Press to save as a favorite. The
favorite label will be the name of
the contact.
When a favorite address is being
routed to, it is shown active.
Press on the active favorite, to
suspend that route.
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Press on the Favorite to display
the destination view.
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Save locations as Favorites for
recall later in the Destination
Details View.
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“Saved” trips from the
Address Book.
Storing Favorites from Map
Storing Favorites from the Contact
Details List
Trips from Contacts can be saved
and recalled. The order is based on
when the trip was last used. When
the trips are saved, they are given a
default title of the final destination
name. If there are no saved trips,
this list item is hidden.
Favorite Destinations
.
Destinations can be saved as
Favorites for recall later.
Depending on the favorite, when
A contact name or any of the
contact’s information such as phone
number, e-mail address, or address
from Contact Details can be stored
as a Favorite.
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Press and hold on the favorite
location while viewing a contact
on the Contact Details List. The
contact name and all contact
information can be stored.
Favorite locations can be stored
from the Map View.
If not under route guidance, the
current vehicle location will be
saved as a Favorite. If under route
guidance, the final destination will
be saved.
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Press GO to go to the main
navigation view and to start
route guidance.
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If the system has an active
route, a pop-up will display,
“What would you like to do with
this destination?” The options
are: Add As Waypoint, Set New
Destination, or Cancel.
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If a waypoint is added, it is
placed in the location that leads
to the most efficient route.
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There is a maximum number of
waypoints that can be added to
the system. When the maximum
number has been reached, a
pop-up displays indicating that a
waypoint must be deleted before
a new one can be added. Even
after a waypoint has been
deleted, it will be added to the
recent destinations list for easy
recall.
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The ETA and travel time are
calculated using any available
traffic information.
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If in a waypoint trip, the ETA,
travel time, and driving distance
are all shown relative to the final
destination.
To save a location, tap on the Q
to display the Favorite buttons.
Press and hold on a favorite
location to save the shown
location as a Favorite.
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The final ETA is shown taking
into consideration any time zone
crossings that the route has
traveled through.
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Press the ETA information area
to switch between the estimated
arrival time, total driving time
resulting, and driving distance.
Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA)
and Distance
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When under route guidance, the
system shows the ETA or travel
time, or the driving distance.
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Turn List
Avoid
Press on the next turn indicator
shown on the map to display the
turn list or waypoint list. The
Interaction Selector is minimized
automatically. Press Q to reveal the
following options:
Press the Avoid screen button to
select the highway name that is to
be avoided. The system shows a
pop-up asking how many miles or if
the entire road should be avoided.
the name of the destination to
display the destination
information.
.
The turn list is sorted in order
with the next maneuver at the
top of the list and the
subsequent maneuvers listed
below it. The next maneuver is
always highlighted upon entry
into the Turn List to quickly show
what the next maneuver is.
.
Each maneuver indicates the
distance between it and the
previous maneuver or the
vehicle’s current location. The
next maneuver at the top will
count down until the maneuver
is reached, and then the next
maneuver will begin to
count down.
.
Each maneuver has an
estimated time of arrival based
on the current driving conditions.
Turn List
Destination
Press the Destination screen button
to add a waypoint or change the
destination while viewing the turn
list. When the Destination screen
button is pressed, the display shows
the Destination screens.
End
Press the End screen button to
suspend the current route in the turn
list. When the End Guidance screen
button is pressed, the turn list is
exited and the display returns to the
main map view.
.
.
When under a waypoint trip,
press on the Turn List Interaction
Selector button to show the turn
list. When entering a turn list, the
next maneuver instruction is
spoken.
The turn list title is the name or
address of the destination. Press
on the information button next to
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Saved Trips
Waypoint trips can be saved for
later recall. Press the Add button in
the waypoints list to save the trip to
the Saved Trips list in the vehicle’s
contacts list. When trips are saved,
they are given a default title of the
final destination. Saved trips can be
edited by selecting the Edit list item
button to access the edit screen for
the saved entry. The only field that
can be edited is the name field.
Press on the name field to access
the keyboard view. Type the name
change. This change is
automatically saved when executed
by the keyboard.
The saved trip can also be deleted
from the edit mode. Press the delete
button and a delete confirmation
pop-up will display.
Waypoints
.
When under a waypoint trip,
press on the next turn indicator
to bring up the waypoint list. The
last waypoint view is shown,
which could be Waypoints, Turn
List, or Edit Route.
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The waypoint list is sorted in
order with the next waypoint at
the top of the list. Each waypoint
is indicated with a numbered
icon, starting with the next
waypoint.
.
To indicate what segment of the
route is for the next waypoint,
and what is for the remainder of
the route, they appear in
different colors.
Optimized Route
.
Press the Optimize screen
button to optimize the current
waypoint trip.
.
The optimization is done
according to how the
preferences are set for new
routes, e.g., fastest route,
shortest distance, or eco friendly.
.
While the system is optimizing
the route, the waypoint trip has
the Activity Indicator displayed
over top of it. If the system is
calculating the ETA and travel
distance for a waypoint, the
Activity Indicator is displayed in
the list header.
.
When either a waypoint trip is
first created, or additional
waypoints are added to an
existing waypoint trip, they are
added in the location that would
lead to an optimized route.
.
If a destination is already
planned and a waypoint is
added, it is either added before
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or after the current destination,
whichever leads to the most
optimal route.
From the Home Page, press
WEATHER. The system displays
the current weather page.
If under an existing waypoint trip
consisting of two or more
destinations, any additional
waypoints are added in the
location that would lead to the
most optimal route.
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Weather Regions
Edit Route
.
.
Press the Edit screen button to
modify the order or remove a
waypoint from the route. Press
the delete screen button to
remove a waypoint from the
route.
A pop-up displays asking for
confirmation of the waypoint
deletion.
SiriusXM Travel Link Weather
(If Equipped)
SiriusXM Travel Link Weather is
available on the navigation system
through a service fee subscription.
The current weather page displays:
.
Doppler Map with Weather
.
Forecast Information
.
Interaction Selector
.
Status
.
Time of Map Update
.
Applications Tray
Allow approximately 15 minutes for
the current weather in the area to
display.
When in the weather application,
press the SEARCH screen button to
display a split map. The list
displayed on the left of the split map
allows changes to the location.
The Doppler map and forecast
information displays a preview of
the map for the location selected.
The forecast information is for the
current weather or next available
forecast data.
Press the EXIT screen button to
return to the main weather map.
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Press one of the options displayed
on the Interaction Selector along the
bottom of the map screen to select
another function or display another
type of list.
City and State: The city and state
are displayed for the view currently
shown. The default is the current
city and state that the vehicle is in.
Forecast Information
Weather Menu
Press MENU on the Weather
Interaction Selector along the
bottom of the map screen to display
the Weather Menu.
Weather Screen Not Under
Guidance
.
The weather application uses the
navigation system to provide the
appropriate information for the
guidance route. When not under
guidance, it defaults to the current
location.
Doppler Map: The Doppler map is
shown with the vehicle location in
the center of the map.
The map can be panned to
another location. The forecast
information is updated to the
new location.
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The city and state update to
reflect the current location.
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Press the RESET screen button
to reset the map back to the
current vehicle location.
The options are:
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Weather Advisories: Any
weather advisories in effect for
the local area are displayed in a
list. Press on an advisory from
the list to display a screen that
gives additional details about the
advisory and shows the advisory
location on the map.
.
Weather Alerts: Press to turn ON
or OFF.
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Map Legend: Press to display
the Map Legend. The map
legend explains each type of
color or symbol on the map.
Interaction Selector
The Interaction Selector at the
bottom of the screen can be used to
switch between different views
within the weather screen.
These buttons are:
.
ZOOM − or ZOOM +: Press to
zoom the map in or out.
.
RESET: Press to reset the map
back to its original location.
.
SEARCH: Press to search for a
new weather map location. The
last destination screen displays.
Press any button along the
bottom of the Interaction
Selector to help find a different
destination. These are g, Cities,
and Recent.
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Press g to activate voice
recognition. State a city and
state or ZIP code. Follow the
voice prompts to find the desired
destination.
Press Cities to enter a city and
state or ZIP code.
Press Recent to display a list of
locations that were recently
viewed for weather.
Type a city or state name on the
keyboard screen to find the
weather. If the state is omitted,
the system assumes a city is
being searched for within the
current state. If the ZIP code is
typed, the system displays the
city associated with that
ZIP code.
‐ If one match results from a
weather search, the system
returns to the map. The map
and forecast information
updates for that location.
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from the weather search, a list
of possible matches displays.
The map shows the first match
in the list along with the
current weather information in
the lower right corner.
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HOURLY: Press to display the
hourly forecast for the current
vehicle location. A forecast icon
is shown for each period
available.
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36-HOUR: Press to display the
current weather, six-hour
forecast, and tomorrow’s
weather. A forecast icon is
shown for each period available.
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forecast for the next five days.
A forecast icon is shown for
each period available.
MENU: Press to display the
current advisories, turn weather
alerts on or off, and view the
map legend.
.
ROUTE: Press to display the
forecasted weather for the route.
This feature is only available
while under route guidance.
SiriusXM NavTraffic (If
Equipped)
If traffic is not available because
there is no valid SiriusXM
subscription, a pop-up displays
information on how to reactivate the
subscription and SiriusXM radio ID.
Traffic Alert While Under Guidance
The infotainment system may have
SiriusXM NavTraffic®. It is a
subscription service provided
through SiriusXM Satellite Radio.
A service fee is required to receive
the SiriusXM NavTraffic service.
Detailed traffic information is
delivered to the vehicle’s navigation
system by the SiriusXM Radio
satellites. SiriusXM NavTraffic
provides continuously updated
traffic information.
The service may be available in
more cities in the future. See
www.siriusxmnavtraffic.com for
more details on local coverage.
To access the traffic features, press
the Traffic screen button on the
Map Menu.
If data is received about a traffic
development on the route ahead, a
search for a better route is
performed. If a better route is found,
information may be displayed in an
alert. This alert displays the route
information and how much time may
be saved. If the alternative route is
accepted, the current route will be
altered.
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If the alert is not acknowledged, the
alert automatically times out and
does not modify the route.
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Guidance
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structure. When the details for a
movie theater are shown, there is
additional information about the
theater. When SiriusXM Travel Link
Movie Listings information is
available for the selected theater,
this detailed information is shown in
the additional details area of the
display.
The details shown depend on the
source of the information.
The detail view of the incident
shows any data about the incident
as well as how much time could be
saved by avoiding it. The map view
shows the incident, the original
route, and the suggested route.
If voice prompts are enabled, the
incident information is spoken.
Press the Take New Route screen
button to change to the new route.
While driving and not under
guidance, the system can receive
data indicating an accident or slow
traffic flow. The information about
the incident or slow traffic is
displayed as an alert when the
incident is 5 km (3 mi) ahead. The
incident can be viewed on the map.
Press the Dismiss screen button to
return to the previous map.
Details shown can include:
SiriusXM Travel Link Movie
Listings
When SiriusXM Travel Link Fuel
Prices information is available for a
particular fuel station, the price
displays for the regular unleaded or
diesel fuel, depending on the fuel
type configured in the system.
A movie theater POI can be
searched through a POI search or
browsed through the POI category
.
Movie Names
.
Parental Ratings (G, PG-13,
R, etc.)
.
Showtimes
.
Runtime
SiriusXM Travel Link Fuel
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This fuel station POI can either be
searched for through a POI search
or browsed through the POI
category structure.
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Press the Sort button to change
the sort method. The default sort
method is based on distance
with the closest fuel stations at
the top of the list.
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Press the Sort button to cycle
through the sorting options of
distance, price, or name. The
last viewed sorting method is
displayed and retained over
ignition cycles.
If the sorting method of price has
been selected, the fuel stations in
the list will appear from the lowest to
the highest price based on the fuel
type selected. For gasoline, the
price shown is for regular unleaded.
When diesel is selected as the fuel
type, the diesel price is shown.
OnStar® System
An OnStar® Subscriber has the
ability to connect to the OnStar
system and ask an OnStar Advisor
to download a destination into the
built-in navigation system. OnStar
will send address information and
location coordinates of the
destination into the navigation
system.
OnStar Turn-by-Turn Navigation
Press the MENU button to go to the
Turn-by-Turn menu.
The Turn-by-Turn menu consists of
the following options:
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Update Route (only shows if the
vehicle is off the route)
.
Cancel Route
.
My Destination
.
Route Preview
.
Repeat
When the system is downloading a
route, the only option available is
Cancel Route. Once the route is
downloaded, the additional list items
display.
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My Destination
If My Destination is selected, a
special version of the Maneuver
View displays. The Destination
Address is shown in the Street
Name field and the total distance to
the destination is shown in the
Distance to Maneuver View. Press
the DONE button to return to the
Maneuver View.
.
Press NEXT to display the next
maneuver information, including
distance between it and the
previous maneuver.
.
Press PREV to display the
previous maneuver information,
including distance between it
and the previous maneuver.
While on the current maneuver,
the PREV button is hidden. If on
the last maneuver, the NEXT
button is hidden.
Route Preview
.
No Active Route
There is no active route:
.
If the vehicle does not have
navigation and the navigation
application is selected from the
Home screen, a screen stating,
“No Active Route” displays.
Press the Call OnStar button.
.
If the system receives the
indication that there is an active
OnStar subscription, the help
text is displayed with instructions
on how to set up a route.
.
If the vehicle is not equipped
with OnStar, the navigation
application icon is removed from
Press the DONE button to return
to the Maneuver View.
Repeat
Select Repeat to go back to the
Maneuver View. The audible
maneuver prompt is repeated.
.
If Route Preview is selected, a
special version of the Maneuver
View displays.
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the home screen and
applications tray, so this view is
not accessible.
Mutually Exclusive from
Embedded Navigation
If the vehicle has both a built-in
navigation system and OnStar, the
system only allows one application
at a time. If an OnStar Turn-by-Turn
route is in progress, all other
internal navigation functions are
disabled until the route is
completed.
When the navigation application is
selected, OnStar Turn-by-Turn
screens display.
Canceling an Embedded Route
If a route is in progress using the
vehicle navigation system and an
OnStar Turn-by-Turn route is
requested, the vehicle navigation
system route is canceled
automatically.
Canceling a Turn-by-Turn Route
Settings
If a route is in progress using
OnStar Turn-by-Turn navigation
system, and a route is requested
using the vehicle navigation system,
a pop-up is displayed confirming
that the Turn-by-Turn route should
be canceled.
OnStar Canceling an Embedded
Navigation
OnStar is able to remotely cancel
the vehicle navigation system
routes. If an Advisor is requested
while connected to OnStar, all active
vehicle navigation routes in the
vehicle will be canceled. There will
be no confirmation, and this update
will immediately be reflected on the
display. Route guidance can be
resumed by selecting the Resume
Route screen button in the
Map Menu.
Press Settings on the Home Page
to adjust features and preferences,
such as Time and Date, Sport
Mode, Language, Valet Mode,
or Radio. For setting options, see
Settings on page 68.
A few of the setting options change
the way the navigation system
displays or reacts while in use.
1. Press the Settings screen button
on the Home Page.
2. Press the scroll bar until the
desired option displays. Select
the desired settings to change.
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Voice
Voice recognition allows for
hands-free operation within the
navigation, audio, phone, and
weather applications. See Voice
Recognition on page 60.
Press the voice screen button to
display the Speech menu.
Prompt Length: Press to change
the prompt length to Short or Long.
.
The Day setting brightens the
map background.
.
The Night setting darkens the
map background.
Calibrate Touchscreen: Press to
display the Touchscreen Calibration
Screen.
Turn Display Off: Press to turn the
Display option off.
Low Fuel Alert
Audio Feedback Speed: Press to
change the auto feedback speed to
Slow, Medium, or Fast.
The position of the vehicle is
determined by using satellite
signals, various vehicle signals, and
map data.
Display
.
The Auto setting adjusts the
screen background automatically
depending on the exterior
lighting conditions.
If the remaining driving distance is
available from the system, this is
included in the alert.
Global Positioning
System (GPS)
Confidence Threshold: Press to
change the sensitivity of speech
recognition system.
Mode: Press Mode to change the
screen background. This setting
controls map colors.
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If the vehicle reaches a low fuel
level, the system displays an alert
about the low fuel condition. Press
the More Info. screen button to view
nearby gas stations, and start
guidance if desired.
At times, other interference such as
the satellite condition, road
configuration, condition of the
vehicle, and/or other circumstances
can affect the navigation system's
ability to determine the accurate
position of the vehicle.
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The GPS shows the current position
of the vehicle using signals sent by
GPS Satellites. When the vehicle is
not receiving signals from the
satellites, a symbol appears on the
map screen. See Navigation
Symbols on page 35.
Vehicle Positioning
.
The road system has changed.
This system might not be available
or interference can occur if any of
the following are true:
.
The vehicle is driving on slippery
road surfaces such as sand,
gravel, or snow.
At times, the position of the vehicle
on the map could be inaccurate due
to one or more of the following
reasons:
.
The vehicle changes directions
more than once, or the vehicle is
turning on a turn table in a
parking lot.
.
The vehicle is entering and/or
exiting a parking lot, garage, or a
lot with a roof.
.
The GPS signal is not received.
.
A roof carrier is installed on the
vehicle.
.
Tire chains have been installed.
.
The tires are replaced or worn.
Signals are obstructed by tall
buildings, trees, large trucks,
or a tunnel.
.
Satellites are being repaired or
improved.
.
The vehicle is approaching a tall
building or a large vehicle.
.
The tire pressure for the tires is
incorrect.
For more information if the GPS is
not functioning properly, see
Problems with Route Guidance on
page 59 and If the System Needs
Service on page 59.
.
The surface streets run parallel
to a freeway.
.
This is the first navigation use
after the map data is updated.
.
The vehicle has been transferred
by a vehicle carrier or a ferry.
.
The 12-volt battery is
disconnected for several days.
.
The current position calibration
is set incorrectly.
.
.
The vehicle is traveling at high
speed.
The vehicle is driving in heavy
traffic where driving is at low
speeds, and the vehicle is
stopped and started repeatedly.
.
.
The vehicle is traveling on
winding roads or long straight
roads.
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Problems with Route
Guidance
Inappropriate route guidance can
occur under one or more of the
following conditions:
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The turn was not made on the
road indicated.
.
Route guidance might not be
available when using automatic
rerouting for the next right or
left turn.
.
The route might not be changed
when using automatic rerouting.
.
There is no route guidance when
turning at an intersection.
.
Plural names of places might be
announced occasionally.
.
It could take a long time to
operate automatic rerouting
during high-speed driving.
.
Automatic rerouting might
display a route returning to the
set waypoint if heading for a
destination without passing
through a set waypoint.
.
The route prohibits the entry of a
vehicle due to a regulation by
time or season or any other
regulation which may be given.
.
Some routes might not be
searched.
.
The route to the destination
might not be shown if there are
new roads, if roads have
recently changed, or if certain
roads are not listed in the map
data. See Maps on page 34.
To recalibrate the vehicle's position
on the map, park with the vehicle
running for two to five minutes, until
the vehicle position updates. Make
sure the vehicle is parked in a
location that is safe and has a clear
view of the sky and away from large
obstructions.
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If the System Needs
Service
If the navigation system needs
service and the steps listed here
have been followed but there are
still problems, see Problems with
Route Guidance on page 59.
Map Data Updates
The map data in the vehicle is the
most up-to-date information
available when the vehicle was
produced. The map data is updated
periodically, provided that the map
information has changed.
For questions about the operation of
the navigation system or the update
process, contact the GM Nav Disc
Center toll-free phone number,
1-877-NAV-DISC (1-877-628-3472)
or go to the center’s website,
www.gmnavdisc.com. If updates are
needed, call the GM Nav Disc
Center or order online.
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To order, have the vehicle’s Vehicle
Identification Number (VIN)
available. This helps the center
make sure that the correct and most
up-to-date map data for the vehicle
is received. See “Vehicle
Identification Number (VIN)” in the
owner manual.
Database Coverage
Explanations
Coverage areas vary with respect to
the level of map detail available for
any given area. Some areas feature
greater levels of detail than others.
If this happens, it does not mean
there is a problem with the system.
As the map data is updated, more
detail can become available for
areas that previously had limited
detail. See Map Data Updates on
page 59.
Voice Recognition
Voice recognition allows for
hands-free operation within the
navigation, audio, phone, and
weather applications. This feature
can be started by pressing either
the g button on the steering wheel
or the voice recognition icon on the
touchscreen display.
However, not all features within
these areas are supported by voice
commands. Generally, only complex
tasks that require multiple manual
interactions to complete are
supported by voice commands.
For example, tasks that take more
than one or two button presses such
as selecting a song or artist to play
from a media device would be
supported by voice commands.
Other tasks, like adjusting the
volume or seeking up or down, are
audio features that are easily
performed by pressing one or two
buttons, and are not supported by
voice commands.
In general there are flexible ways to
speak commands for completing the
tasks. Most of them, except
destination entry and voice keypad,
can be completed in a single
command. If the task takes more
than one command to complete, the
first command would be to indicate
the kind of task to be performed, like
“Navigation Destination Entry.” The
system replies with prompts that
lead through a dialog to enter the
necessary information. For example,
if a destination for route guidance is
needed, say “Navigation” or
“Destination Entry.”
Voice recognition can be used when
the ignition is on or when Retained
Accessory Power (RAP) is active.
See “Retained Accessory Power
(RAP)” in the owner manual.
Using Voice Recognition
Voice recognition becomes available
once the system has been
initialized. This begins when the
ignition is turned on. Initialization
may take a few moments.
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1. Press g on the steering wheel
control to activate voice
recognition, or press g on the
infotainment touchscreen on the
center stack.
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If voice recognition is
started from the steering
wheel control, the
instrument cluster displays
the selections and visual
dialog content.
If voice recognition is
started from the
infotainment touchscreen
on the center stack, the
selections and visual dialog
content are displayed on
both the center stack
display and the instrument
cluster display.
2. The audio system mutes and the
system plays a prompt followed
by a beep.
3. Wait until after the beep
completes, then clearly speak
one of the commands described
in this section.
Press g to interrupt any voice
recognition system prompt.
For example, if the prompt
seems to be taking too long to
finish, press g again and the
beep should happen right away.
There are two voice prompt modes
supported:
.
Long verbal prompts: The longer
prompts provide more
information regarding the
supported actions.
.
Short prompts: The short
prompts provide simple
instructions about what can be
stated.
If a command is not spoken, the
voice recognition system says a
help prompt.
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Prompts and Screen Displays
While a voice recognition session is
active, there will be corresponding
buttons on screens displayed.
Manual interaction in the voice
recognition session is permitted.
Interaction during a voice session
may be completed entirely using
voice commands, or some
selections may expedite a session.
If a selection is made using a
manual control, the dialog will
progress in the same way as if the
selection was made through a voice
command. Once the system is able
to complete the task, or the session
is terminated, the voice recognition
dialog stops.
An example of this type of manual
intervention is pressing on an entry
of a displayed number list instead of
speaking the number associated
with the entry desired.
Canceling Voice Recognition
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Press the Home screen button.
Pressing this button will
terminate a voice recognition
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pressing the button on the radio
touchscreen.
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Press or say “Cancel” or “Exit” to
terminate the voice recognition
session and display the screen
from which voice recognition
was initiated.
For best results:
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Say “Help” or look at the screen
display for example commands.
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A voice recognition system
prompt can be interrupted while
it is playing by pressing g.
For example, if the prompt
seems to be taking too long to
finish, to speak the command
without waiting for the prompt to
complete, press g again and
wait for the beep.
Helpful Hints for Speaking
Commands
Voice recognition can understand
commands that are either naturally
stated in sentence form, or direct
commands that state the application
and the task. Not all languages are
supported when using natural
language commands. If a naturally
stated command does not complete
the task, try the direct command
method.
Listen for the prompt and wait
for the beep before saying a
command or reply.
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Press R on the steering wheel
controls to terminate the voice
session and display the screen
from which voice recognition
was initiated.
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Speak the command naturally,
not too fast, not too slow. Use
direct commands without a lot of
extra words.
Usually Phone and Audio
commands can be spoken in a
single command.
For example, “Call David Smith
at work,” “Play” followed by the
artist or song name, or “Tune”
followed by the radio station
number.
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Navigation destinations are too
complex for a single command.
First, state a command that
explains the type of destination
needed, such as I want
directions to an “Address,”
“Navigate to an intersection,” “I
need to find a Place of Interest
or POI,” or “Directions to a
Contact.” The system responds
with requesting more details.
After saying “Place of Interest,”
only major chains are available
by name. Chains are businesses
with at least 20 locations. For
other POIs, say the name of a
category like “Restaurants,”
“Shopping Malls,” or “Hospitals.”
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There is no need to memorize
specific command words. Direct
commands might be more clearly
understood by the system. An
example of a direct command would
be “Call 555-1212.” Examples of
these direct commands are
displayed on most of the screens
while a voice session is active.
If “Phone” or “Phone Commands,” is
stated, the system understands that
a phone call is requested and will
respond with questions until enough
details are gathered.
If the phone number has been
saved with a name and a place, the
direct command should include
both, for example “Call David Smith
at work.”
Using Voice Recognition for
List Options
When a list is displayed, a voice
prompt will ask to confirm or select
an option from that list. A selection
can be made by manually selecting
the item, or by speaking the line
number for the item to select.
When a screen contains a list, there
may be options that are available
but not displayed. The list on a
voice recognition screen functions
the same as a list on other screens.
Scrolling or flinging can be used to
help display other entries from
the list.
Manually scrolling or paging the list
on a screen during a voice
recognition session suspends the
current voice recognition event and
displays the prompt “Make your
selection from the list using the
manual controls, presso BACK on
the faceplate, or press the Back
screen button to try again.”
If manual selection takes more than
15 seconds, the session terminates
and prompts that it has timed out.
The screen returns to the screen
where voice recognition was
initiated.
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The Back Command
Say “Back” or press o BACK on
the faceplate, or press the Back
screen button to go to the previous
screen.
If in voice recognition, and “Back” is
stated all the way through to the
initial screen, then “Back” is stated
one more time, the voice recognition
session will cancel.
Help
Say “Help” on any voice recognition
screen and the help prompt for the
screen is played. Additionally, a
pop-up displays a text version of the
help prompt. Depending on how
voice recognition was initiated, the
Help pop-up will either display on
the instrument cluster or the
infotainment touchscreen. Press the
Dismiss button to make the pop-up
go away.
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Pressing g while the help prompt is
playing will terminate the prompt
and a beep will be heard. Doing this
will stop the help prompt so that a
voice command can be used.
Voice Recognition for the
Radio
All audio screens have a voice
recognition button (g) to launch
audio voice recognition. If browsing
the radio when the voice button on
the screen is selected, the voice
recognition commands for Radio
features are available.
“Switch to AM”: Switch bands to
AM and tune to the last AM radio
station.
“Switch to XM”: Switch bands to
XM and tune to the last XM channel.
“Tune to <FM frequency> FM HD
<HD channel number>”: Tune to
the HD Radio station whose
frequency and HD channel is
identified in the command.
“Tune to <AM frequency> AM”:
Tune to the radio station whose
frequency is identified in the
command (like “nine fifty”).
“Tune to XM <XM channel
number>”: Tune to the XM radio
station whose channel number is
identified in the command.
“Tune to <FM frequency> FM”:
Tune to the radio station whose
frequency is identified in the
command (like “one oh one
point one”).
“Tune to XM <XM channel
name>”: Tune to the XM radio
station whose channel name is
identified in the command.
“Switch to FM”: Switch bands to
FM and tune to the last FM radio
station.
“Tune to <AM frequency> AM
HD”: Tune to the HD Radio station
whose frequency is identified in the
command.
“Tune to <FM frequency> FM
HD”: Tune to the HD Radio station
whose frequency is identified in the
command.
Voice Recognition for Audio
My Media
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If browsing My Media when the
voice button is selected, the voice
recognition commands for My Media
features are available.
“Play Artist”: Begin a dialog to
enter a specific Artist name.
“Play Artist <artist name>”:
Begin playback of the media
selection identified in the command.
“Play Album”: Begin a dialog to
enter a specific album name.
“Play Album <album name>”:
Begin playback of the identified
album name in the command.
“Play Song”: Begin a dialog to
enter a specific song name.
“Play Song <song name>”: Begin
playback of the identified song
name in the command.
“Play Genre”: Begin a dialog to
enter a specific genre.
“Play Genre <genre name>”:
Begin playback of the media
selection identified in the command.
“Play Playlist”: Begin a dialog to
enter a specific playlist name.
“Play Playlist <playlist name>”:
Begin playback of the identified
playlist in the command.
“Play <device name>”: Play
music from a specific device
identified by name. The device
name is the name displayed on the
screen when the device is first
selected as an audio source.
“Play Chapter”: Begin a dialog to
enter a specific name.
“Play Chapter <chapter name>”:
Begin playback of the media
selection identified in the command.
“Play Audiobook”: Begin a dialog
to enter a specific name.
“Play Audiobook <audiobook
name>”: Begin playback of the
media selection identified in the
command.
“Play Episode”: Begin a dialog to
enter a specific name.
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“Play Episode <episode
name>”: Begin playback of the
media selection identified in the
command.
“Play Podcast”: Begin a dialog to
enter a specific name.
“Play Podcast <podcast
name>”: Begin playback of the
media selection identified in the
command.
“Play Video”: Begin a dialog to
enter a specific name.
“Play Video <video name>”:
Begin playback of the media
selection identified in the command.
“My Media”: Begin a dialog to
enter the desired media content.
Handling Large Amounts of Media
Content
It is expected that large amounts of
media content will be brought into
the vehicle. It may be necessary to
handle large amounts of media
content in a different way than
smaller amounts of media. The
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system may limit the options of
voice recognition by not allowing
selection of song titles by voice at
the highest level if the number of
songs exceeds the maximum limit.
The restriction is that the command
“Play Song” must be spoken first;
the system will then ask for the song
name. The reply command would be
to say the name of the song to play.
Voice command option changes
through media content limits are:
Similar limits exist for album
content. If there are more than
4,000 albums, but less than 8,000,
the content cannot be accessed
directly with one command like,
“Play <album name>.” The
command “Play Album” must first be
spoken; the system will then ask for
the album name. The reply would
be to say the name of the album
to play.
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Song files including other
individual files of all media types
such as audiobook chapters,
podcast episodes, and videos.
Album type folders including
types such as albums and
audiobooks.
There are no restrictions if the
number of song files and albums is
less than 4,000. When the number
of song files connected to the
system is between 4,000 and 8,000,
the content cannot be accessed
directly with one command like
“Play <song name>.”
Once the number of songs has
exceeded approximately 8,000,
there is no support for accessing the
songs directly through voice
commands. There will still be
access to the media content by
using commands for playlists,
artists, and genres.
The access commands for playlists,
artists, and genres are prohibited
after the number of this type of
media exceeds 4,000.
The system will provide feedback
the first time voice recognition is
initiated if it has become apparent
that any of these limits are reached
during a device initializing process.
Voice Recognition for
Navigation
“Navigation”: Begin a dialog to
enter specific destination
information.
“Navigation Commands”: Begin a
dialog to enter specific destination
information.
“Destination Address”: Begin a
dialog to enter a specific destination
address, which includes the entire
address consisting of the house
number, street name, and city and
state.
“Destination Intersection”: Begin
a dialog to enter a specific
destination intersection.
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“Destination Place of Interest”:
Begin a dialog to enter a destination
Place of Interest category or major
brand name (if equipped).
Not all brand names of businesses
are available for voice entry. Most
major chains, such as chains with
more than 20 locations, should be
available to search for by name, but
the name must be precisely spoken.
Nicknames or short names for the
businesses will not likely be found.
Lesser known businesses might
have to be located by category,
such as fast food, hotels, or banks.
“Destination Contact”: Begin a
dialog to enter a specific destination
contact name.
“Cancel Route”: End route
guidance.
Voice Recognition for the
Phone
“Call <contact name>”: Initiate a
call to an entered contact. The
command may include location if
the contact has location numbers
stored.
“Call <contact name> At Home,”
“At Work,” “On Mobile,” or “On
Other”: Initiate a call to an entered
contact and location at home, at
work, on mobile device, or on
another phone.
“Call <phone number>”: Initiate a
call to a standard phone number of
seven or 10 digits in length, and
also 911, 411, or 611.
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If calling outside of North America,
state “Call <phone number>” then
after the system reads back the
number, repeat the “Call” command
to initiate the call. If the number is
not correct, “Delete” will delete the
number and allow it to be entered
again. If the number is not
complete, speak the remaining
digits.
“Pair Phone”: Begin the Bluetooth
pairing process. Follow instructions
on the radio display.
“Switch Phone”: Select a different
phone for outgoing calls.
“Voice Keypad”: Begins a dialog
to enter special numbers like
international numbers. The numbers
can be entered in groups of digits
with each group of digits being
repeated back by the system. If the
group of digits is not correct, the
command “Delete” will remove the
last group of digits and allow them
to be re-entered. Once the entire
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number has been entered, the
command “Call” will start dialing the
number.
“Voice Mail”: Initiate a call to voice
mail numbers.
Voice Recognition for OnStar
(If Equipped)
“OnStar”: Begin OnStar Voice
Recognition.
Voice Recognition for Weather
(If Equipped)
“Weather”: Begin a dialog to enter
a weather location.
Settings
Valet Mode (If Equipped)
The Settings Menu allows
adjustment of different vehicle and
radio features. The menu may
contain the following:
This will lock the infotainment
system, the infotainment controls,
and storage locations, if equipped.
Enter a four-digit code on the
keypad. Press Enter to go to the
confirmation screen. Re-enter the
four-digit code. Press LOCK to lock
the system. Enter the four-digit code
to unlock the system. Press o
BACK on the faceplate or press the
Back screen button to go back to
the previous menu.
Time and Date
See “Clock” in the owner manual.
Language
This will set the display language in
the radio, instrument cluster, and
voice recognition. Press Language
and select the appropriate
language. Press o BACK on the
faceplate or press the Back screen
button to go back to the
previous menu.
Radio
Press to display the Radio Menu
and the following may display:
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Manage Favorites: Press a
displayed Favorite to select that
Favorite to edit. Press Rename
to rename the favorite or Delete
to delete it. Press and hold the
station to drag it to a new
location. Press Done to go back
to the previous menu.
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Number of Favorites Shown:
Press to set the number of
favorites to display. Select Auto,
5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45,
50, 55, or 60. Auto will
automatically add or hide
additional Favorite pages based
on the amount of Favorites
stored. Press o BACK on the
faceplate or press the Back
screen button to go back to the
previous menu.
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Auto Volume: If equipped, this
feature adjusts the volume
based on the vehicle speed. See
AM-FM Radio on page 11.
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Bose AudioPilot Noise
Compensation Technology:
If equipped, this feature adjusts
the volume based on the noise
in the vehicle. See AM-FM
Radio on page 11.
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Tone Settings: Press + or − to
adjust Bass, Midrange, Treble,
or Surround. See AM-FM Radio
on page 11.
Tag Song: Press to tag song
information, including artist and
title, to transfer to an iPod®. See
USB Port on page 21.
Timeshift: Timeshift is the
recording of a radio station for
up to 25 minutes. See
“Timeshifting” under AM-FM
Radio on page 11.
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Maximum Startup Volume: This
feature sets the maximum
startup volume. If the vehicle is
started and the volume is
greater than this level, the
volume is adjusted to this level.
To set the maximum startup
volume, press + or − to increase
or decrease. Press o BACK on
the faceplate or press the Back
screen button to go back to the
previous menu.
Audio Cue Volume (If Equipped):
This feature adjusts the startup
and shutdown sounds. To adjust
the volume, press + or − to
increase or decrease. This
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feature can be turned on or off.
Press o BACK on the faceplate
or press the Back screen button
to go back to the previous menu.
Vehicle Settings
See “Vehicle Personalization” in the
owner manual.
Bluetooth
From the Bluetooth screen button,
the following may be displayed:
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Pair New Device: Press to add a
new device.
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Device Management: Press to
connect to a different phone
source, disconnect a phone,
or delete a phone.
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Ringtones: Press to change the
ring tone for the specific phone.
The phone does not need to be
connected to change the
ring tone.
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Voice Mail Numbers: This
feature displays the voice mail
number for all connected
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phones. The voice mail number
may be changed by pressing the
EDIT button, typing in the new
number, and pressing SAVE.
Press o BACK on the faceplate
or press the Back screen button
to go back to the previous menu.
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Text Message Alerts (If
Equipped): This feature will turn
text message alerts on or off.
Press Text Message Alerts and
then select OFF or ON. Press
o BACK on the faceplate or
press the Back screen button to
go back to the previous menu.
See Text Messaging on page 77.
Speech
From the Speech screen button, the
following may be displayed:
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Prompt Length: Press to change
the prompt length to Short
or Long.
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Audio Feedback Speed: Press
to change the audio feedback
speed to Slow, Medium, or Fast.
Display
Rear Camera
From the Display screen button, the
following may be displayed:
Press to display the Rear Camera
menu. See “Driver Assistance
Systems” in the owner manual.
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Mode: Press Auto, Day, or Night
to adjust the display. Press o
BACK on the faceplate or press
the Back screen button to go to
the previous menu.
Calibrate Touchscreen: Press to
calibrate the touchscreen and
follow the prompts. Press o
BACK on the faceplate or press
the Back screen button to go
back to the previous menu.
Turn Off Display: Press to turn
the display off. Press anywhere
on the display area or any
faceplate button again to turn
the display on.
Return to Factory Settings
Pressing Continue restores all
factory settings.
Select Return to Factory Settings
and the following list may display:
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Restore Vehicle Settings:
Restores factory vehicle
personalization settings. Press
Restore Vehicle Settings. Press
Cancel or Continue. Press o
BACK on the faceplate or press
the Back screen button to go
back to the last menu.
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Clear All Private Data: Clears all
private information. Press Clear
All Private Data. Press Cancel or
Continue. Press o BACK on
the faceplate or press the Back
screen button to go back to the
last menu.
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Restore Radio Settings:
Restores factory radio settings.
Press Restore Radio Settings.
Press Cancel or Continue. Press
o BACK on the faceplate or
press the Back screen button to
go back to the last menu.
English and Metric Unit
Conversion
To change the display units between
English and metric units, see
“Instrument Cluster” in the owner
manual.
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Bluetooth Phone/
Devices
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Pair cell phone(s) to the vehicle.
The system may not work with
all cell phones. See “Pairing” in
this section.
Bluetooth (Overview)
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See “Storing and Deleting Phone
Numbers” in this section.
The Bluetooth-capable system can
interact with many cell phones,
allowing:
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Placement and receipt of calls in
a hands-free mode.
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Sharing of the cell phone’s
address book or contact list with
the vehicle.
To minimize driver distraction,
before driving, and with the vehicle
parked:
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Become familiar with the
features of the cell phone.
Organize the phone book and
contact lists clearly and delete
duplicate or rarely used entries.
If possible, program speed dial
or other shortcuts.
Review the controls and
operation of the infotainment
system.
Vehicles with a Bluetooth system
can use a Bluetooth-capable cell
phone with a Hands-Free Profile to
make and receive phone calls. The
infotainment system and voice
recognition are used to control the
system. The system can be used
while in ON/RUN or ACC/
ACCESSORY. The range of the
Bluetooth system can be up to 9.1 m
(30 ft). Not all phones support all
functions and not all phones work
with the Bluetooth system. See
www.gm.com/bluetooth for more
information about compatible
phones.
Controls
Use the buttons on the infotainment
system and the steering wheel to
operate the Bluetooth system.
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g (Push to Talk): Press to answer
incoming calls, confirm system
information, and start voice
recognition.
R (End Call):
Press to end a
call, decline a call, or cancel an
operation. Press to mute or unmute
the infotainment system when not
on a call.
remains in memory for later calls.
The system maintains a minimum
volume level.
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The pairing process is disabled
when the vehicle is moving.
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Pairing only needs to be
completed once, unless the
pairing information on the cell
phone changes or the cell phone
is deleted from the system.
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If multiple paired cell phones are
within range of the system, the
system connects to the paired
cell phone in the order that they
were last used in the system. To
link to a different paired phone,
see “Linking to a Different
Phone” later in this section.
Bluetooth (Infotainment
Controls)
For information about how to
navigate the menu system using the
infotainment controls, see Using the
System on page 8.
Infotainment System Controls
Pairing
For information about how to
navigate the menu system using the
infotainment controls, see Using the
System on page 8.
A Bluetooth-enabled cell phone
must be paired to the Bluetooth
system and then connected to the
vehicle before it can be used. See
the cell phone manufacturer's user
guide for Bluetooth functions before
pairing the cell phone.
Pairing a Phone
Pairing Information
2. Select PHONES and select Pair
New Device.
PHONE: Press this screen button
to enter the phone main menu.
Audio System
When using the Bluetooth phone
system, sound comes through the
vehicle's front audio system
speakers and overrides the audio
system. Turn the volume knob
during a call to change the volume
level. The adjusted volume level
.
A Bluetooth phone with music
capability can be paired to the
vehicle as a phone and a music
player at the same time.
.
Up to 10 devices can be paired
to the Bluetooth system.
1. Press the PHONE screen
button.
3. A four-digit Personal
Identification Number (PIN)
appears on the display. The PIN,
if required, may be used in
Step 5.
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4. Start the pairing process on the
cell phone to be paired to the
vehicle. See the cell phone
manufacturer's user guide for
information on this process.
5. Locate “Chevrolet MyLink” on
the display. Follow the
instructions provided in Step 3,
to enter the PIN. After the PIN is
successfully entered or the code
is confirmed, the system
responds with “<Device name>
has been successfully paired”
when the pairing process is
complete.
6. If “Chevrolet MyLink” does not
appear, turn the phone off or
remove the phone battery and
retry.
7. If the phone prompts to accept
connection or allow phone book
download, select Always Accept
and Allow. The phone book may
not be available if not accepted.
8. Repeat Steps 1−7 to pair
additional phones.
Listing All Paired and Connected
Phones
1. Press the PHONE screen
button.
2. Select PHONES.
Disconnecting a Connected Phone
1. Press the PHONE screen
button.
2. Select PHONES.
3. Press the z next to the phone to
disconnect.
Deleting a Paired Phone
Only disconnected phones can be
deleted.
1. Press the PHONE screen
button.
2. Select PHONES.
3. Press the M next to the phone
to delete and follow the on
screen prompts.
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Linking to a Different Phone
To link to a different phone, the new
phone must be in the vehicle and
paired to the Bluetooth system.
1. Press the PHONE screen
button.
2. Select PHONES.
3. Select the new phone to link to
from the not connected
device list.
Switching to Handset or
Handsfree Mode
To switch between handset or
handsfree mode, press the PHONE
icon on the Home Page to display
“Call View.”
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While the active call is
hands-free, press the Handset
screen button to switch to the
handset mode. The screen
button changes to Handsfree
once the Bluetooth device
confirms it is operating as
handset.
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While the active call is handset,
press the Handsfree screen
button to switch to the
hands-free mode. The screen
button changes to Handset once
the Bluetooth device confirms it
is operating as handsfree.
To make a call using the
Contacts menu:
Making a Call Using the
Keypad
1. Press the PHONE screen
button.
To make a call by dialing the
numbers:
2. Select CONTACTS.
3. Select the name to call.
1. Press the PHONE screen
button.
Making a Call Using Contacts
and Recent Calls
4. Select the desired contact
number to call.
2. Select KEYPAD and enter a
phone number.
Calls can be made through the
Bluetooth system using personal
cell phone contact information for all
phones that support the Phone
Book feature. Become familiar with
the phone settings and operation.
Verify the cell phone supports this
feature.
To make a call using the Recent
Calls menu:
3. Select Call to start dialing the
number.
1. Press the PHONE screen
button.
Accepting or Declining a Call
When supported, the Contacts and
Recent Calls menus are
automatically available.
The Contacts menu accesses the
phone book stored in the cell phone.
The Recent Calls menu accesses
the recent call list(s) from your cell
phone.
2. Select RECENT.
3. Select the name or number
to call.
4. If necessary, select between
Missed, Recent, and Sent calls
by selecting the View button in
the top right corner of the list.
When an incoming call is received,
the infotainment system mutes and
a ring tone is heard in the vehicle.
Accepting a Call
There are three ways to accept
a call:
.
Press g on the steering wheel
controls.
.
Press Answer on the center
stack display.
.
Press Answer on the instrument
cluster using the select button.
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Declining a Call
Declining a Call
There are three ways to decline
a call:
There are three ways to decline a
call-waiting call:
Press R on the steering wheel
controls.
.
.
Press Ignore on the center stack
display.
.
Press Ignore on the center stack
display.
.
Press Ignore on the instrument
cluster using the select button.
.
Press Ignore on the instrument
cluster using the select button.
.
Call Waiting
Call waiting must be supported on
the Bluetooth phone and enabled by
the wireless service carrier to work.
Accepting a Call
There are three ways to accept a
call-waiting call:
.
.
.
Press g on the steering wheel
controls.
Press Switch on the center stack
display.
Press Switch on the instrument
cluster using the select button.
Press R on the steering wheel
controls.
Switching Between Calls (Call
Waiting Calls Only)
To switch between calls, press the
phone icon on the Home Page to
display “Call View.” While in Call
View, press the call information of
the call on hold to change calls.
Three-Way Calling
Three-way calling must be
supported on the Bluetooth phone
and enabled by the wireless service
carrier to work.
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To start a three-way call while in a
current call:
1. In the Call View, select Add to
add another call.
2. Initiate the second call by
selecting from RECENT,
CONTACTS, or KEYPAD.
3. When the second call is active,
press Merge to conference the
three-way call together.
4. Once all calls are merged, the
Merge button becomes an
Unmerge button. Press to
unmerge the calls.
Some wireless service carriers
may not allow a merged call to
become unmerged.
Ending a Call
.
Press R on the steering wheel
controls.
.
Press End on the center stack
display to end all existing calls,
or press End next to a call to
end only that call.
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Press End on the instrument
cluster using the select button.
2. Select VOICE MAIL.
3. Select Call.
Dual Tone Multi-Frequency
(DTMF) Tones
4. Enter the DTMF tones using the
keypad if needed.
The in-vehicle Bluetooth system can
send numbers during a call. This is
used when calling a menu-driven
phone system.
Bluetooth (Voice
Recognition)
1. Press the PHONE screen
button.
Using Bluetooth Voice
Recognition
2. While in the Call View, press the
up arrow to raise the interaction
selector.
To use voice recognition, press the
g button on the steering wheel. Use
the commands below for the various
voice features. For additional
information, say “Help” while in a
voice recognition menu. See Voice
Recognition on page 60 for help
using voice recognition commands.
3. Select KEYPAD and enter the
number.
Voice Mail
The default voice mail number is the
phone number of the outgoing
phone source. The voice mail
number can be changed in
Bluetooth settings.
To dial a voice mail number:
1. Press the PHONE screen
button.
Making a Call
Calls can be made using the
following commands.
Using the “Dial” or “Call”
Command
To call a number:
1. Press g. The system responds
“Command Please,” followed by
a tone.
2. Say “Dial” or “Call” followed by
the complete phone number.
Use the “Voice Keypad” command
for international numbers or special
numbers which include * or #.
Once connected, the person called
will be heard through the audio
speakers.
To call using a contact from your
phone book:
1. Press g. The system responds
“Command Please,” followed by
a tone.
2. Say “Dial” or “Call” and then say
the contact name. For example
“Call John at Work.”
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Once connected, the person called
will be heard through the audio
speakers.
Calling 911 Emergency
1. Press g. The system responds
“Command Please,” followed by
a tone.
2. Say “Call 911.”
Once connected, the person called
will be heard through the audio
speakers.
Using the “Switch Phone”
Command
Using the “Voice Keypad”
Command
1. Press g. The system responds
“Command Please,” followed by
a tone.
2. After the tone, say “Voice
Keypad.” The system allows
entry of special numbers and
characters.
Using the “Voice mail” Command
1. Press g. The system responds
“Command Please,” followed by
a tone.
1. Press g. The system responds
“Command Please,” followed by
a tone.
2. After the tone, say “Voice mail.”
The system dials the voice mail
number of the connected phone.
2. After the tone, say “Switch
Phone.” The system displays a
list of phones to select.
Clearing the System
Unless information is deleted out of
the vehicle Bluetooth system, it will
be retained. This includes phone
pairing information. For directions
on how to delete this information,
see “Deleting a Paired Phone.”
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Text Messaging
If equipped, the infotainment system
may allow text messages to be
received and replied to. Received
messages can also be read aloud.
Text Menu
Inbox: Press to display incoming
messages. To view a message,
press on the name of the sender.
Press > to listen to the text
message. Press o BACK on the
faceplate or press the Back screen
button to go back to the
previous menu.
Settings: See “Text Settings” later
in this section.
Reply: Press to reply using a
predefined text message. See “Text
Settings.”
Call: Press to place a call to the
sender of the text message.
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Viewing a Text Message
Predefined Messages
Memory Full
While viewing a text message:
These are short text messages that
can be used to send so responses
will not have to be typed.
This message may display if there is
no more room on the phone to store
messages.
The messages can be deleted or a
new message can be added.
Text Settings
.
Press Reply to reply using a
predefined text message.
.
Press Call to place a call to the
sender of the text message.
Viewing Sender Information
If equipped, press the name of the
sender to view sender information if
this information matches contact
information already stored.
Select a Predefined Message:
Press to select from a set of quick
messages. Press the message
to send.
To add a new message:
1. Press Text Settings, then press
Manage Predefined Messages.
2. While in the predefined
messages list view, select Add
New Predefined Message and a
keyboard displays.
3. Type a new message and press
NEW MSG when done to add
the message. Press o BACK
on the faceplate or press the
Back screen button to go back to
the predefined messages list.
Press z to delete one character
at a time.
Text Alerts: When on, this feature
will display an alert when a new text
message has been received. Press
to turn on or off.
Manage Predefined Messages:
Press to add, change, or delete
predefined messages.
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Trademarks and
License Agreements
iPod shuffle®, and iPod touch® are
trademarks of Apple Inc., registered
in the U.S. and other countries.
FCC Information
See “Radio Frequency Statement”
in the owner manual.
"Made for iPod," and "Made for
iPhone," mean that an electronic
accessory has been designed to
connect specifically to iPod or
iPhone and has been certified by
the developer to meet Apple
performance standards. Apple is not
responsible for the operation of this
device or its compliance with safety
and regulatory standards. Please
note that the use of this accessory
with iPod or iPhone may affect
wireless performance. iPhone®,
iPod®, iPod classic®, iPod nano®,
Fees and Taxes: Subscription fee,
taxes, one time activation fee, and
other fees may apply. Subscription
fee is consumer only. All fees and
programming subject to change.
Subscriptions subject to Customer
Agreement available at
www.siriusxm.com. SiriusXM®
service only available in the
48 contiguous United States and
Canada.
In Canada: Some deterioration of
service may occur in extreme
northern latitudes. This is beyond
the control of SiriusXM® Satellite
Radio.
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Explicit Language Notice: Channels
with frequent explicit language are
indicated with an “XL” preceding the
channel name. Channel blocking is
available for SiriusXM Satellite
Radio receivers by notifying
SiriusXM:
.
USA Customers — See
www.siriusxm.com or call
1-866-635–2349.
.
Canadian Customers — See
www.xmradio.ca or call
1-877-209-0079.
It is prohibited to copy, decompile,
disassemble, reverse engineer,
hack, manipulate, or otherwise
make available any technology or
software incorporated in receivers
compatible with the SiriusXM®
Satellite Radio System or that
support the SiriusXM website, the
Online Service or any of its content.
Furthermore, the AMBER voice
compression software included in
this product is protected by
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patent rights, copyrights, and trade
secrets of Digital Voice
Systems, Inc.
HD Radio Technology
Manufactured under license from
Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the
double-D symbol are trademarks of
Dolby Laboratories.
General Requirements:
1. A License Agreement from
SiriusXM® is required for any
product that incorporates
SiriusXM Technology and/or for
use of any of the SiriusXM
marks to be manufactured,
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2. For products to be distributed,
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Canada, a separate agreement
is required with Canadian
Satellite Radio Inc. (operating as
SiriusXM Canada).
Dolby
HD Radio Technology manufactured
under license from iBiquity Digital
Corporation. U.S. and Foreign
patents. HD Radio™ and the HD,
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proprietary trademarks of iBiquity
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DTS
Manufactured under license under
U.S.Patent Nos: 5,956,674;
5,974,380; 6,487,535 & other U.S.
and worldwide patents issued &
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DTS, the Symbol, & DTS and the
Symbol together are registered
trademarks & DTS 2.0 Channel is a
trademark of DTS, Inc. Product
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Rights Reserved.
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Corporation. This is an official DivX
Certified® device that plays DivX
video. Visit divx.com for more
information and software tools to
convert your files into DivX videos.
ABOUT DIVX VIDEO-ON-DEMAND:
This DivX Certified® must be
registered in order to play
purchased DivX Video-on-Demand
(VOD) movies. To obtain your
registration code, locate the DivX
VOD section in your device setup
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menu. go to vod.divx.com for more
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Covered by one or more of the
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7,460,668; 7,515,710; 7,519,274.
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“Blu-ray Disc, Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D,
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BDA
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AVCREC, and the logos are
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“Cinavia Notice: This product uses
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of unauthorized copies of some
commercially-produced film and
videos and their soundtracks. When
a prohibited use of an unauthorized
copy is detected, a message will be
displayed or copying will be
interrupted.
AVCHD
"AVCHD" and the "AVCHD" logo are
trademarks of Panasonic
Corporation and Sony Corporation.
"Java is a registered trademark of
Oracle and/or its affiliates."
More information about Cinavia
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Information Center at
http://www.cinavia.com. To request
additional information about Cinavia
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proprietary technology under license
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protected by U.S. Patent
7,369,677 and other U.S. and
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aspects of such technology. Cinavia
is a trademark of Verance
Corporation. Copyright 2004-2010
Verance Corporation. All rights
reserved by Verance. Reverse
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A
C
Accepting or Declining a Call . . . . 74
AM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
AM-FM Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Antenna
Satellite Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Applications Tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Apps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Audio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Bluetooth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Audio System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
Diversity Antenna System . . . . . . 17
Radio Reception . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Automatic Switch-Off . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Auxiliary Jack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
AVCHD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
AVCREC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Call Waiting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Canadian Vehicle Owners
(Propriétaires des Véhicules
Canadiens) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Canceling Voice Recognition . . . . 61
Card Reader
SD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Cell Phone Usage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Cinavia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Cleaning High Gloss Surfaces
and Vehicle Information and
Radio Displays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Clearing the System . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Steering Wheel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
B
BDA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Bluetooth . . . . . . . . . . . . .71, 72, 76, 69
Bluetooth Audio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Bluetooth® Information . . . . . . . . . . . 82
D
Database Coverage
Explanations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Destination, Navigation . . . . . . . . . . 37
Detailed Areas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57, 70
Dolby . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Driving on a Route . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
DTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
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Dual Tone Multi-Frequency
(DTMF) Tones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
E
Ending a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
English and Metric Unit
Conversion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
F
Finding a Station . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
FM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
G
Global Positioning
System (GPS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
H
HD Radio Technology . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Helpful Hints for Speaking
Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Home Page Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
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I
Infotainment Gestures . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Infotainment System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Infotainment System Settings . . . . 11
Internet Radio
Pandora . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
J
Jack
Auxiliary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Java . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
L
Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Launching Pandora . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Low Fuel Alert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
M
Making a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Making a Call Using Contacts
and Recent Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Making a Call Using the
Keypad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Map Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Map Data Updates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Map End User License
Agreement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
Maps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Messaging
Text . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Mixed-Audio Favorites . . . . . . . . . . . 13
N
NAV (Navigation, If Equipped) . . . . 8
Navigation
Destination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Using the System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
O
OnStar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
OnStar® System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Overview, Infotainment System . . . 4
P
Pairing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
Pandora (If Equipped) . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Pandora Internet Radio . . . . . . . . . . 17
Pandora Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . 19
Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Bluetooth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .71,
. . 72, 76
Phone (Voice Recognition) . . . . . . . 8
Playing from a USB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Playing the Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Port
USB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Problems with Route
Guidance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
R
Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
HD Radio Technology . . . . . . . . . . 14
Radios
AM-FM Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Reception . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Satellite . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Rear Camera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
Return to Factory Settings . . . . . . . 70
RMVB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
S
Satellite Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Schedule I: Gracenote EULA . . . . 82
Scroll Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
SD Card Reader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
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Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56, 68, 8
SiriusXM Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
SiriusXM NavTraffic (If
Equipped) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
SiriusXM Travel Link Fuel
Pricing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
SiriusXM Travel Link Movie
Listings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
SiriusXM Travel Link Weather
(If Equipped) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
SiriusXM® Satellite Radio
Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
SiriusXM® Satellite Radio
Service (If Equipped) . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Software Updates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Speech . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
Steering Wheel Controls . . . . . . . . . . 7
Storing and Recalling Media
Favorites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Storing Radio Station Presets . . . 13
Switching to Handset or
Handsfree Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
Symbols, Navigation . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
System Needs Service, If . . . . . . . . 59
T
Text . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Text Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Text Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Three-Way Calling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Time and Date . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Timeshifting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Touchscreen Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Turn List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
U
Updates
Map Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
USB Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Using Bluetooth Voice
Recognition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Using the System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Using Voice Recognition . . . . . . . . . 60
Using Voice Recognition for
List Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
V
Valet Mode (If Equipped) . . . . . . . . 68
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Positioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Vehicle Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Viewing a Text Message . . . . . . . . . 78
Viewing Sender Information . . . . . 78
Voice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Voice Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Voice Recognition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Voice Recognition for Audio
My Media . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Voice Recognition for
Navigation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Voice Recognition for OnStar
(If Equipped) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Voice Recognition for the
Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Voice Recognition for the
Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Voice Recognition for Weather
(If Equipped) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
W
Weather (If Equipped) . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Website Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
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