Owner`s manual | Delta DVP-ES2/EX2/SS2/SA2/SX2/SE Two

2010 Infiniti M35/M45
Quick Reference Guide
QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
Introduction
This easy-to-use Quick Reference Guide will help you to more fully appreciate
your vehicle’s superior features, unique functions and advanced technology.
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The Quick Reference Guide is intended to provide you with a user-friendly
learning experience to quickly acquaint you with your new INFINITI.
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Refer to the Quick Reference Guide to learn how to personalize your
vehicle’s controls and equipment to maximize your driving comfort
and convenience.
However, this guide is not intended to replace your vehicle’s Owner’s Manual.
For comprehensive vehicle safety information and product details, please refer
to your Owner’s Manual. It will help you to better understand the operation and
proper maintenance of your new INFINITI vehicle.
Both INFINITI and your INFINITI dealer are dedicated to serving all your
automotive needs. Your complete satisfaction is our primary concern. It
is suggested that you read this Quick Reference Guide and your vehicle’s
Owner’s Manual thoroughly before contacting your INFINITI dealer with
related questions.
Getting Started
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GETTING STARTED
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INFINITI Intelligent Key™ System ................ 2
Automatic Door Lock/Unlock
Child Safety Rear Door Locks
Opening the Fuel-Filler Door
Opening the Trunk
Power Seat Adjustment
Outside (Side View) Mirrors
Dual Power Adjustment, Tilt-Down In Reverse
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DRIVING CONTROLS
Push Button Ignition Switch, Changing Ignition Switch Positions, The Intelligent Key,
Outside Buzzer and Lockout Protection, In-Dash Intelligent Key Port,
Deactivating/Activating the Horn Alert Feature, Door Handle Request Switches
Instrument Panel Layout ................ 6
Front-Passenger Air Bag Status Light ................ 7
Center Multi-Function Control Panel
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Steering Wheel Controls – Audio and Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone Systems .............. 12
Driving Controls
Steering Wheel Controls .............. 15
Cruise Control/Intelligent Cruise Control and Lane Departure Prevention Systems
Lane Departure Warning System .............. 17
Intelligent All-Wheel Drive .............. 18
Snow Mode .............. 18
MEDIA CENTER
INFINITI Controller, Control Panel Display Screen, Buttons Surrounding the INFINITI Controller
Media Center
Audio System .............. 19
INFINITI Mobile Entertainment System .............. 25
Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone System .............. 26
Pairing Your Phone, Switching to a Different Paired Phone, Setting Up Your Phonebook – Adding
New Entries, Making a Phone Call, Volume of Outgoing Calls, Receiving/Ending a Phone Call
COMFORT
How to Customize Radio Presets, How to Customize Tone Settings, BOSE® Studio Surround™
and Centerpoint®, Music BoxTM, CompactFlash® Player, Interface System for iPod®
Comfort
Heater and Air Conditioner (Dual Zone Automatic Climate Control) .............. 30
Navigation
INFINITI Navigation System .............. 33
Convenience
INFINITI Voice Recognition System .............. 37
Voice Recognition User Guide, System Operating Tips, Speaking Phone Numbers,
Making a Phone Call, Programming a Destination – Street Address, Alternate Command Mode
NAVIGATION
Storing Your Home Address (and Other Addresses) In Your Address Book,
Turning ON/OFF Voice Guidance and Adjusting Volume, Store Current Location,
Programming a Destination – Street Address, Programming a Destination – Points of Interest
Automatic Drive Positioner Memory System .............. 41
Entry/Exit Function
Compass Display, HomeLink® Universal Transceiver
Trunk Release Power Cancel Switch – Valet Hand-Off
12-Volt Power Outlet and Auxiliary Input Jacks
Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
Important Customer Information – Aluminum Alloy Wheels
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CONVENIENCE
RearView Monitor .............. 42
Adaptive Front Lighting System .............. 42
Automatic Anti-glare Mirror .............. 43
INFINITI Intelligent Key™ System
The Intelligent Key system allows you to lock and unlock your
vehicle (including the fuel-filler door) and open the trunk without
having to remove the Intelligent Key from your pocket or bag. While
inside the vehicle, it lets you start and stop the engine via push-button
ignition and it can signal the seat, steering wheel, and outside (side view)
mirrors to adjust to your personalized memory setting. Two Intelligent
Keys are provided with your INFINITI vehicle.
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Push Button Ignition Switch
To Start the Engine:
With the Intelligent Key inside the vehicle:
1 Confirm the transmission is in P (PARK).
2 Depress the brake.
3 Push the ignition switch to the ON position. Release the
ignition switch when the engine has started.
To Stop the Engine:
Put the transmission in P (PARK) and push the ignition switch to
LOCK (OFF) position.
Changing Ignition Switch Positions
(With the engine stopped and foot off brake)
In the LOCK (OFF) position, push the ignition switch:
N One time to change to ACC (Accessory) position.
N Two times to change to ON position.
N Three times to return to LOCK (OFF) position.
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DRIVING CONTROLS
The Intelligent Key
The Intelligent Key signals the vehicle as you approach, allowing you to lock
and unlock all doors (including the fuel-filler door), open the trunk, open the
windows, and activate a panic alarm from outside the vehicle.
Key
Ring
Clip
Panic Alarm Button
Press and hold down for more than
1 second to sound the horn and
flash the headlights. Press any
button on the Intelligent Key to
stop the panic alarm.
Trunk-Release Button
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Press and hold down for more than
1 second to open the trunk.
UNLOCK Button
Mechanical
Key
Press once to unlock driver’s door
and the fuel-filler door.
Press again within 1 minute to
unlock all other doors.
LOCK Button
Press once to lock all doors and the fuel-filler door.
Press and hold down for at least
3 seconds to open the windows.
Continue pressing until the
windows are completely open.
Release the UNLOCK button to
stop the windows from opening.
COMFORT
Outside Buzzer and Lockout Protection
A rapid beep tone will sound and the doors will not lock if you exit the vehicle
and attempt to lock the doors while the Intelligent Key is in the vehicle.
In-Dash Intelligent Key Port
To start the vehicle if the Intelligent Key battery becomes
discharged, insert the Intelligent Key into the In-Dash Port.
Push the Intelligent Key completely into the port until
you feel it “engage.”
NAVIGATION
Note: If you leave the Intelligent Key in the port when the ignition switch
is toggled to the LOCK (OFF) position and the driver’s door is opened,
the indicator light to the right of the port will flash.
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To Remove the Intelligent Key from the In-Dash Port:
Push in on the Intelligent Key to disengage it and then pull to remove it from
the In-Dash Port.
Deactivating/Activating the Horn Alert Feature
Your vehicle is set to sound the horn when locking the vehicle.
To Deactivate: Press and hold down the LOCK and UNLOCK buttons together for
at least 2 seconds. The hazard indicator lights will flash three times to confirm
the operation is complete.
To Activate: Press and hold down the LOCK and UNLOCK buttons together for
at least 2 seconds. The hazard indicator lights will flash once and the horn will
chirp once to confirm the operation is complete.
Door Handle Request Switches
To Lock the Doors: Push any door handle Request Switch once.
To Unlock the Doors: Push any door handle Request
Switch once. The corresponding door will unlock. Push
the door handle Request Switch again within 1 minute to
unlock all doors.
Note: The Intelligent Key must be within operating range.
Automatic Door Lock/Unlock
When enabled, the Automatic Door Lock system will automatically lock all
doors when the vehicle speed reaches 15 MPH.
To Turn ON/OFF the Automatic Door Lock Feature:
1 Close all doors.
2 Push the ignition switch to the ON position.
3 Within 20 seconds, push and hold the power door lock
switch to the LOCK position for more than 5 seconds.
4 When this feature is activated, the hazard indicator lights will flash twice.
When deactivated, the hazard indicator lights will flash once.
When enabled, the Automatic Door Lock system will automatically unlock all
doors when the ignition switch is pushed to the LOCK (OFF) position.
To Turn ON/OFF the Automatic Door Unlock Feature:
1 Close all doors.
2 Push the ignition switch to the ON position.
3 Within 20 seconds, push and hold the power door lock switch to the
UNLOCK position for more than 5 seconds.
4 When this feature is activated, the hazard indicator lights will flash twice.
When deactivated, the hazard indicator lights will flash once.
Note: The ignition switch must be turned OFF and ON again between each setting change.
Child Safety Rear Door Locks
N The child safety lock levers are located on the inside
edge of the rear doors.
N When the lever is moved to the LOCK position, the
door can be opened only from the outside. If you
cannot open a rear door from the inside, check the
child safety lock lever.
Opening the Fuel-Filler Door
1 Unlock the doors with the Intelligent Key, door
handle Request Switch, power door lock switch, or
Mechanical Key.
2 Push in on the left-hand side of the fuel-filler door to open.
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Notes: You MUST use one of the methods noted above in step 1 to unlock the fuel-filler door. If the
driver or front-passenger uses the inside door lock knob to unlock and exit the vehicle, the fuel-filler
door will remain LOCKED and will not open.
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DRIVING CONTROLS
Opening the Trunk
In addition to the Trunk-Open button
on the
Intelligent Key, you can open the trunk by doing one
of the following:
N Push the Trunk Lid-Release switch on the
Instrument Panel.
N With the Intelligent Key on “your person,” push
the Trunk-Open Request switch located under
the INFINITI logo on the trunk face.
N Insert the mechanical key into the trunk key cylinder and turn the key to
the right.
MEDIA CENTER
Power Seat Adjustment
10-way Power Driver and Front Passenger Seats with Power Lumbar Adjustment
To Adjust Power Seats:
To Slide the Seat Forward or Backward
To Recline the Seat
To Lift the Seat
To Adjust Seat Lumbar Support
COMFORT
NAVIGATION
Outside (Side View) Mirrors
Dual Power Adjustment
1 Press the Outside Mirror Control switch
LEFT or RIGHT to select the driver-side or
passenger-side mirror.
2 Push the adjustment switch UP, DOWN,
LEFT, or RIGHT to adjust the mirror to the
desired position.
To Turn OFF this Feature: Push the Outside Mirror switch to the
center/neutral position.
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Tilt-Down In Reverse
With the transmission in R (REVERSE), the selected side view mirror will turn
DOWNWARD and INWARD to give you a better view of the curb or road when
backing the vehicle.
1 Push the ignition switch to the ON position.
2 Push the Outside Mirror switch LEFT or RIGHT to select the driver-side or
passenger-side mirror.
3 With your foot on the brake, move the shift lever to R (REVERSE). The
selected mirror will move DOWNWARD and INWARD.
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Steering
Wheel
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Instrument Panel Layout
1 Headlight, Fog Light and Turn Signal Switch
2 Steering Wheel Controls for Audio and Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone Systems
3 Cruise Control/Intelligent Cruise Control Buttons
4 Windshield Wiper and Washer Switch
5 Instrument Panel Brightness Control Switch
6 Outside Mirror Remote Control Switch
7 Adaptive Front Lighting System (AFS) Switch
8 Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC) OFF Switch
9 Tilt/Telescopic Steering Wheel Switch
10 Trunk-Lid Release Switch
11 In-Dash Intelligent Key Port
12 Lane Departure Warning (LDW) Switch – if so equipped
13 Lane Departure Prevention (LDP) Switch – if so equipped
14 Hood-Release Handle
15 Hazard Warning Flasher Switch
16 Automatic Transmission (AT) Selector Lever
17 Climate Controlled Seat Switch
18 SNOW Mode Switch – if so equipped
19 Rear Sunshade Switch – if so equipped
20 Rear Control Cancel Switch – if so equipped
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COMFORT
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NAVIGATION
Front-Passenger Air Bag Status Light
This vehicle is equipped with the INFINITI Advanced
Air Bag System. Under some conditions, depending
on pressure detected on the passenger seat and how
the seat belt is used, the front-passenger air bag
is designed to automatically turn OFF. When the
front-passenger air bag is OFF, the front-passenger air bag status light
will illuminate.*
*When the system detects that the front-passenger’s seat is unoccupied, the passenger air bag
status light will not illuminate even though the front-passenger air bag is OFF.
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For example:
N When the system detects that the front-passenger’s seat is occupied by a
small adult, child or child restraint as outlined in the Owner’s Manual, the
front-passenger air bag status light
will illuminate to indicate that
the front-passenger air bag is OFF and will not inflate in a crash.
N When the front-passenger’s seat is occupied and the passenger meets the
conditions outlined in the Owner’s Manual, the front-passenger air bag
status light
will not illuminate to indicate that the front-passenger
air bag is operational.
Vehicles with the INFINITI Navigation
Vehicles without the INFINITI Navigation System
Center Multi-Function Control Panel
The following buttons and controls are used together to operate most functions
displayed on your vehicle’s Control Panel Display screen:
N INFINITI Controller
N Buttons and Controls Surrounding the INFINITI Controller
N Audio System Controls
N Heater and Air Conditioning Controls
N Touch Screen Operation (for Navigation-equipped vehicles ONLY)
Refer to your INFINITI Navigation System Owner’s Manual for more details about Touch Screen operations.
INFINITI Controller
Buttons located on or around the INFINITI Controller
serve various purposes for navigating the Control
Panel Display screen and choosing options. As you
use the vehicle controls, you will find the control
combination that best suits your needs.
1 Center Dial
Turn the Center Dial to navigate UP, DOWN,
and ACROSS the Control Panel Display screen,
highlight items for additional information, and
to make changes to settings.
2 Main Directional Buttons
Four main directional buttons (marked with arrows) on the face of the INFINITI
Controller can also be used to perform the same functions as the Center Dial.
3 Additional Directional Buttons (for vehicles with the INFINITI Navigation system)
Four additional buttons (marked with small dashes) are located between
the Main Directional buttons. When using the Navigation system for
instance, these buttons can be used in different ways to make “fine-tuned”
movements around the Navigation Map screen.
4 ENTER Button
Press to select menu items highlighted on the Control Panel Display screen.
5 BACK Button
Press to return to the previous function shown on the Control Panel Display
screen to cancel a function if it is not complete, and to delete characters
when using the on-screen keyboard.
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6 VOICE Button (for vehicles with the INFINITI Navigation system)
Press to repeat a Navigation instruction (if a destination has been set).
Refer to the Navigation section of this guide for more detailed Navigation
system information.
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Touch Screen Operation
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DRIVING CONTROLS
Control Panel
Display Screen
Vehicle functions are
viewed in menus on the
Control Panel Display
screen. As menu
items are highlighted/
selected, additional
information may
display on the screen.
(For vehicles with the INFINITI Navigation system)
This feature allows you to perform the same operations controlled by the INFINITI
Controller simply by touching menu items on the Control Panel Display screen.
Buttons Surrounding the INFINITI Controller
DEST Button (for vehicles with the INFINITI Navigation system)
Press to set a destination in the Navigation system.
Refer to the Navigation section of this guide for more detailed
Navigation system information.
COMFORT
ROUTE Button (for vehicles with the INFINITI Navigation system)
Press to display Route related information and settings.
MAP Button (for vehicles with the INFINITI Navigation system)
Press to display the Map screen.
NAVIGATION
PHONE Button (for vehicles with the INFINITI Navigation system)
Press to display functions of the Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone
System. Refer to Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone System for more
detailed system information.
Navigation and an active subscription for XM NavTraffic).
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Where Am I? (for vehicles with the INFINITI Navigation system)
GPS Satellite Information (for vehicles with the INFINITI Navigation system)
Others (for vehicles with the INFINITI Navigation system)
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INFO Button
Press the INFO button to access the following:
N Fuel Economy
N Tire Pressure
N Trip Computer
N Maintenance
N Traffic Information (available on vehicles equipped with the INFINITI
SETTING Button
Press to display the Settings menu.
STATUS Button
Press repeatedly to display the status of audio, climate control,
fuel consumption, and Navigation system functions (if so equipped).
Note: If you are listening to a XM® satellite radio channel, when you press the
STATUS button you will be able to view information about the music playing,
including the XM® Channel name/music genre, artist, CD title, and song title.
ZOOM OUT Button (for vehicles with the INFINITI Navigation system)
Press to increase the Map view, showing more area.
ZOOM IN Button (for vehicles with the INFINITI Navigation system)
Press to decrease the Map view, showing greater detail.
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N Press to switch the Information Display screen between day
view and night view.
N While the adjustment bars appear on the screen, adjust the
Control Panel Display screen brightness UP or DOWN by
turning the INFINITI Controller Center Dial.
N Press and hold down to turn OFF the display. To resume
display, press again.
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Press to change radio bands: AM > FM > SAT > AM (if XM® satellite
radio is activated), etc.
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Press to activate and display the following modes:
N Audio CD or CD with MP3/WMA in the in-dash CD player
N CompactFlash®
N DVD (if so equipped)
N AUX
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N iPod
N Music BoxTM
*iPod® is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
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DRIVING CONTROLS
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While an external device such as a portable DVD or iPod® player
is being used to play movies in the vehicle (by connecting to the
auxiliary input jacks, located on the back of the center console),
press this button to switch the auxiliary media to view it on the
Control Panel Display screen.
Note: To view movies on the Control Panel Display screen, the transmission must
be in P (PARK) with the parking brake applied.
MEDIA CENTER
DISC Button (for vehicles without the INFINITI Navigation system)
Press to activate audio CD and CD with MP3/WMA functions.
DISP (for vehicles without the INFINITI Navigation system)
Press to view and adjust Control Panel Display screen settings.
TRIP Button (for vehicles without the INFINITI Navigation system)
Press to display Trip Computer information (Elapsed Time,
Driving Distance, and Average Speed).
COMFORT
FUEL ECON (ECONOMY) Button (for vehicles without the INFINITI
Navigation system) Press to display fuel-related information
(Distance to Empty, Average Fuel Economy, and Current
Fuel Economy).
INCREASE BRIGHTNESS Button (for vehicles without the INFINITI
Navigation system) Press to increase the Control Panel Display
screen brightness.
NAVIGATION
DECREASE BRIGHTNESS Button (for vehicles without the INFINITI
Navigation system) Press to decrease the Control Panel Display
screen brightness.
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Steering Wheel Controls
Audio and Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone Systems
For Vehicles with the INFINITI Navigation System
1 Screen Navigation and Enter Switch
Push the ENTER switch UP S or DOWN T to
navigate UP, DOWN and ACROSS the Information
Display screen. When the desired item is
highlighted on the screen, press ENTER to select it.
For Radio:
N Push the ENTER switch UP S or DOWN T for
less than 1.5 seconds to page through the
radio preset stations on the bank (A, B, or C)
currently selected.
N Push the ENTER switch UP S or DOWN T for
more than 1.5 seconds to seek the
previous/next radio station on the band
currently selected (AM, FM) or SAT music
channel (requires an active XM® satellite radio subscription).
For Audio CDs and CDs/CompactFlash® card with MP3/WMA:
N Push the ENTER switch UP S or DOWN T for less than 1.5 seconds
to return to the beginning of the current track or skip to the next
track. Push several times to skip BACKWARD or FORWARD through
multiple tracks.
N Push the ENTER switch UP S or DOWN T for more than 1.5 seconds
to skip to the previous/next folder on a CD/CompactFlash® card with
MP3/WMA.
For DVD (if so equipped):
N Push the ENTER switch UP S or DOWN T for less than 1.5 seconds to
return to the beginning of the current track/chapter or skip to the next
track/chapter.
N Push the ENTER switch UP S or DOWN T for more than 1.5 seconds
to return to the beginning of the current group/title or skip to the next
group/title.
For iPod®:
N Push the ENTER switch UP S or DOWN T for less than 1.5 seconds to
skip to the previous/next track.
N Push the ENTER switch UP S or DOWN T for more than 1.5 seconds
to rewind/fast forward search.
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For Music Box:
N Push the ENTER switch UP S or DOWN T for less than 1.5 seconds to
return to the beginning of the current track or skip to the next track.
N Push the ENTER switch UP S or DOWN T for more than 1.5 seconds
to change to the previous/next playlist.
2 BACK Button
Press the
button to return to the previous function shown on the
Control Panel Display screen, to cancel a function if it is not complete,
and to delete characters when using the on-screen keyboard.
MEDIA CENTER
3 TALK/PHONE Button
N Press the
button to activate the INFINITI Voice Recognition system.
N If a compatible Bluetooth®-enabled cellular phone has been paired to
the vehicle and is selected, press the
button to initiate, answer,
or hang up a phone call.
4 VOLUME CONTROL Buttons
Press the – or + VOLUME CONTROL button to decrease or increase the
volume of the source currently playing.
COMFORT
5 SOURCE Select Button
Press to change between the following modes:
N Radio preset banks (A, B, and C)
N iPod® (if an iPod® is connected*)
N Music Box (if songs are stored)
N Audio CD or CD with MP3/WMA (if a CD is inserted in the in-dash
CD player)
N CompactFlash® (if a CompactFlash® card is inserted)
N DVD (if so equipped, and a DVD is inserted)
N AUX (if an external device is connected)
NAVIGATION
*If no audio is heard when toggled to iPod® mode, confirm that a song is selected.
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Steering Wheel Controls
Audio and Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone Systems
For Vehicles without the INFINITI Navigation System
1 TUNING Switch
For Radio:
N Push the TUNING switch UP S or DOWN
T for less than 1.5 seconds to page
through the radio preset stations on the
bank (A, B, or C) currently selected.
N Push the TUNING switch UP S or DOWN
T for more than 1.5 seconds to skip to
the previous/next radio station on the
band (AM, FM) or music channel
(SAT, if Satellite Radio is activated)
currently selected.
For Audio CDs and CDs with MP3/WMA:
N Push the TUNING switch UP S or DOWN
T for less than 1.5 seconds to return to the beginning of the current
track or skip to the next track. Push several times to skip BACKWARD
or FORWARD through multiple tracks.
N Push the TUNING switch UP S or DOWN T for more than 1.5 seconds
to skip to the previous/next CD or to the previous/next folder on a CD
with MP3/WMA files.
2 PHONE END Button
Press the
button to hang up a phone call.
3 TALK/PHONE Button
If a compatible Bluetooth®-enabled cellular phone has been paired to the
vehicle and is selected, press the
button to initiate or answer a phone call.
4 VOLUME CONTROL Buttons
Press the – or + VOLUME CONTROL button to decrease or increase the
volume of the source currently playing.
5 SOURCE Select Button
Press to change between the following modes:
N Radio preset banks (A, B, and C)
N Audio CD or CD with MP3/WMA (if a CD is inserted in the in-dash CD changer)
N AUX (if an external device is connected)
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DRIVING CONTROLS
Steering Wheel Controls
Cruise Control/Intelligent Cruise Control
and Lane Departure Prevention Systems
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Cruise Control
(if so equipped)
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CRUISE ON/OFF Button
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To Set Cruise Control:
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1 Press the CRUISE ON/OFF button. The
(located in the tachometer) will illuminate.
indicator light
2 Accelerate to the desired speed.
3 Push DOWN on the COAST/SET switch and
release it. The
indicator light will
illuminate. Cruise Control will be set to the
desired speed.
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Intelligent Cruise Control
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CANCEL Button
Following Distance Button
CRUISE ON/OFF Button
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COMFORT
(if so equipped)
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The Intelligent Cruise Control system can be set to one of two cruise modes:
N Vehicle-to-vehicle distance-control cruise
N Fixed speed-control cruise
NAVIGATION
To Set Vehicle-to-Vehicle Distance-Control Cruise:
1 Press the CRUISE ON/OFF button for less than 1.5 seconds. The
indicator light (located in the tachometer) will illuminate.
2 Accelerate to the desired speed.
3 Push DOWN on the COAST/SET switch and release it. The
indicator
light will illuminate. Cruise Control will be set to the desired speed.
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When a vehicle IS NOT detected ahead of you in the lane, the set
speed will be maintained.
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4 Press the Following Distance button repeatedly to change the set distance
to the vehicle ahead between long, middle, and short.
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When a vehicle IS detected ahead of you in the lane, the set speed
will adjust to maintain the set distance.
Note: If your vehicle moves closer to the vehicle ahead due to rapid deceleration of that vehicle, or
if another vehicle cuts into the traveling lane, a warning chime will sound and the vehicle distance
indicator light will blink. Depress the brake pedal and slow your vehicle to maintain a safe vehicle
distance. The Intelligent Cruise Control system will not automatically brake the vehicle to a stop.
To Set Fixed Speed-Control Cruise:
1 While Cruise Control is OFF, press the CRUISE ON/OFF button and hold
down for more than 1.5 seconds. The
indicator light (located in the
tachometer) will illuminate.
2 Accelerate to the desired speed.
3 Push DOWN on the COAST/SET switch and release it. The
indicator
light will illuminate. Cruise Control will be set to the desired speed.
Note: There are certain conditions under which vehicle-to-vehicle distance-control and/or fixed speedcontrol cruise cannot be set or will automatically cancel. Three such conditions are shown below:
N When rain, snow, or dirt cover the system sensor (located in the front bumper opening).
N When the windshield wiper is operated at low or high speed.
N When strong light shines directly on the front of the vehicle (i.e., during sunrise or sunset).
To Switch Between Two Cruise Control Modes:
When one of the two cruise modes is in use, you must first turn the system
OFF and then ON again (as instructed in this section) to select the other Cruise
Control mode.
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Lane Departure Prevention System
(if so equipped)
When the Lane Departure Prevention (LDP) system detects that your vehicle is
about to unintentionally drift out of its travel lane, it will:
N Generate visual and audible warnings. The Lane Departure Warning
indicator light
(located in the speedometer) will turn orange and blink,
and a repetitive tone will sound.
N Assist in returning the vehicle to the center of the travel lane by applying
the brakes for a short period of time.
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When ON, this system will function only while driving at speeds over
approximately 45 mph and when lane markers are clearly visible on the road.
Note: LDP warnings and brake assist will not activate when the vehicle turn signal is operated and the
vehicle changes travel lanes in the direction of the signal.
COMFORT
To Turn ON/OFF LDP:
1 Press the LDP button on the steering wheel. The
Lane Departure Prevention ON indicator light
(located in the speedometer) will illuminate
green when LDP is ON.
2 Press the LDP button again to turn OFF the
system. The LDP ON indicator light will go out.
Lane Departure Warning System
(if so equipped)
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The Lane Departure Warning (LDW) system generates
visual and audible warnings indicating that your
vehicle is about to unintentionally drift out of its
travel lane.
N When ON, this system will function only while
driving at speeds over approximately 45 mph and when lane markers are
clearly visible on the road.
N If the system detects the vehicle drifting out of the current travel lane, the
Lane Departure Warning indicator light
(located in the speedometer)
will illuminate orange and blink, and a repetitive tone will sound.
Note: The LDW indicator light and repetitive tone will not activate when the vehicle turn signal is
operated and the vehicle changes travel lanes in the direction of the signal.
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LDW operates in one of two modes:
N AUTOMATIC MODE, or
N MANUAL (OFF) MODE
Automatic Mode
LDW is automatically ON when you start the vehicle. It then activates at
vehicle speeds over approximately 45 mph. The indicator light on the
LDW button will illuminate indicating the system is ON.
To Turn OFF LDW for One Drive ONLY:
Press the LDW button. The indicator light on the button will go out.
Manual Mode
For your convenience, you may choose to manually override the LDW system so
that it doesn’t turn ON when you start the vehicle. In Manual mode, there will
be no visible or audible warnings when your vehicle is about to move out of its
travel lane.
To Change from AUTOMATIC MODE to MANUAL MODE:
1 Push the ignition switch to the ON mode.
2 Verify the LDW button indicator light is illuminated after the 3-second
self-check.
3 Press and hold down the LDW button for approximately 4 seconds until a
repetitive chime sounds.
To Change from MANUAL MODE to AUTOMATIC MODE:
1 Push the ignition switch to the ON mode.
2 Verify the LDW button indicator light is not illuminated after the 3-second
self-check.
3 Press and hold down the LDW button for approximately 4 seconds until a
repetitive chime sounds.
4 Press the LDW button to turn ON the system. The indicator light on the button
will illuminate.
Intelligent All-Wheel Drive
(if so equipped)
The All-Wheel Drive (AWD) system enhances all-weather performance by
supplying driving power to the front wheels (in addition to the rear wheels) in
various traction conditions. AWD is automatically ON when the vehicle is started.
Snow Mode
(if so equipped)
Driver-selectable “Snow mode” helps improve low speed
traction for slick weather conditions. By reducing throttle
sensitivity, driveability is enhanced.
N Push the SNOW switch to the ON position for slick road
conditions. The indicator light on the switch will illuminate.
N Push the switch to OFF for normal operation.
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AUDIO SYSTEM
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Compact Disc (CD)
Player or 6-Disc Changer
Note: No satellite radio
reception is available and no
SAT-related information will
be displayed when the RADIO
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Button is pressed unless an XM® satellite radio service subscription is active.
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3"%*0".t'.#VUUPO (for vehicles without the INFINITI Navigation system)
".t'.t4"5#VUUPO (for vehicles with the INFINITI Navigation system)
Press to change radio bands: AM > FM > SAT > AM, etc. (SAT-related information
will display if XM® Satellite Radio is activated).
"69#VUUPO (for vehicles without the INFINITI Navigation system)
While an external device such as a portable DVD player or iPod® player is
being used to play movies in the vehicle (by connecting to the auxiliary
input jacks, located on the back of the center console), press this button to
switch the auxiliary media to the Control Panel Display screen.
COMFORT
Note: To view movies on the Control Panel Display screen, the transmission must be in P (PARK) with
the parking brake applied.
DISC Button (for vehicles without the INFINITI Navigation system)
Press to activate audio CD and CD with MP3/WMA functions.
NAVIGATION
%*4$t"69#VUUPO (for vehicles with the INFINITI Navigation system)
Press to activate and display the following modes:
N Audio CD or CD with MP3/WMA in the in-dash CD player
N CompactFlash®
N DVD (if so equipped)
N AUX
N iPod®
N Music Box
Note: If you are listening to an XM® Satellite Radio channel, when you press the STATUS button you
will be able to view information about the music playing, including SAT Channel name/music genre,
artist, CD title, and song title.
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STATUS Button
Press repeatedly to display the status of audio, climate control, fuel
consumption, and navigation system functions (if so equipped).
A
B
VOL (VOLUME)/PUSH ON·OFF Knob
N Push A to turn the audio system ON/OFF.
N Rotate A to adjust volume level.
PRESET A·B·C Button – Press to change between radio preset
banks A, B, and C. Use to select your customized preset radio stations.
Note: Stations can be selected from any band (AM, FM, SAT) and stored in each
preset bank.
SCAN/RPT Button
For Radio:
Press to scan within a band (AM, FM, SAT). The scan stops at each
station for 5 seconds. When you find a station that you want to
listen to, press the button again to stop at that station.
For Other Media:
Press the SCAN/RPT button multiple times to change the play
pattern as follows:
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SEEKtCAT Button
Press and release –
N For AM/FM/SAT: Seeks BACKWARD, stopping at the previous
broadcasting station.
For Audio CD, CD/CompactFlash® card with MP3/WMA,
iPod®, and Music Box: The track currently playing will replay
from the beginning. Press again to select the previous track.
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Press and hold down for more than 1.5 seconds –
N For Audio CD, CD/CompactFlash® card with MP3/WMA,
iPod®, and Music Box: Rewinds through the track
currently playing.
TRACK Button
Press and release –
N For AM/FM/SAT: Seeks FORWARD, stopping at the next
broadcasting station.
N
For Audio CD, CD/CompactFlash® card with MP3/WMA,
iPod®, and Music Box: Skips to the next track.
COMFORT
Press and hold down for more than 1.5 seconds –
N For Audio CD, CD/CompactFlash® cards with MP3/WMA,
iPod®, and Music Box: Fast-forwards through the track
currently playing.
Station Preset/Disc Select Buttons (1-6)
Press to select preset radio stations and which CD to play
(if equipped with 6-Disc CD changer).
NAVIGATION
CD Eject Button
N Press the button for less than 1.5 seconds to eject the CD
currently playing.
N Press the button for more than 1.5 seconds to eject all CDs
stored in the 6-Disc CD changer (if so equipped). The CDs will
eject one-by-one.
CD Load Button – if so equipped
N Press the button for less than 1.5 seconds to load a single CD.
Press the button for more than 1.5 seconds to load up to 6
CDs in succession. Choose the loading location by pressing a
Disc Select (1-6) button.
CD Insert Slot
N Insert a CD into the slot to load it into the CD player.
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N
TUNE/FOLDER·PUSH/AUDIO Knob
N
Rotate the knob B to manually tune radio stations UP or DOWN
(e.g., tune from 105.1 to 105.3).
N
Rotate the knob B to select different Music Box songs by artist, category, etc.
or to select MP3/WMA folders if a CD with MP3/WMA is in the in-dash CD player.
Push the knob B to display, then rotate to adjust: Bass, Treble, Balance,
and Fade.
N
How to Customize Radio Presets
With the PRESET A-B-C button, you can program up to 18 radio stations (AM,
FM, and SAT*) into 3 separate preset memory banks – 6 stations for each
PRESET bank.
1 Press the PRESET A-B-C button to select bank A, B, or C.
Note: PRESET A, B, or C will illuminate on the Information Display screen to show which bank
is activated.
2 Press the 3"%*0".t'. button/".t'.t4"5 button to select the AM, FM,
or SAT* radio band.
3 Tune to the desired station using the 4&&,t$"5 or TRACK buttons, or the
56/&'0-%&3t164)"6%*0 knob.
4 Press and hold down the desired Station Preset/Disc Select button
(1 through 6) until you hear a “beep” sound.
5 Repeat the above steps to program up to 18 stations.
Note: AM, FM, and SAT* stations can be mixed within any of the A, B, or C preset banks.
*Only available if an XM® satellite radio service subscription is active.
How to Customize Tone Settings
Bass, Treble, Balance, Fade, BOSE® Centerpoint®,
BOSE® AudioPilot®, Precision Phased Audio, Speed
Sensitive Volume, Surround Volume
(if so equipped)
1 Press the
button.
2 Highlight Audio, then press ENTER.
3 Scroll through the list of tone settings. When the desired selection is
highlighted on the screen, press ENTER to make adjustments.
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BOSE® Studio Surround™ and Centerpoint®
(if so equipped)
The sound produced through the seat-mounted speakers in vehicles equipped
with the BOSE® Studio Surround™ system will vary according to which audio
source is selected. Likewise, the changes to the sound field produced by the
Centerpoint® feature will vary according to which audio source is selected.
Note: While listening to the AM or FM radio band, Centerpoint® is inactive and seat speaker sound is minimal.
Music Box
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(For vehicles with the INFINITI Navigation system)
Refer to Audio System, and Steering Wheel Controls to view audio system functions applicable to
Music Box operation.
The Music Box hard-disk drive audio system can record and store songs from a
CD being played in the in-dash CD player.
Note: Music cannot be recorded to the hard-disk drive from the CompactFlash® player.
To Record a CD to the Hard-Disk Drive:
1 Insert a CD into the slot.
2 Highlight REC on the Control Panel Display screen, then press ENTER.
To Automatically Record Songs to the Hard-Disk Drive:
COMFORT
If the “Automatic Recording” function is ON, recording to Music Box will start
when a CD begins to play in the in-dash CD player.
1 Press the %*4$r"69 button until the Music Box mode displays on the
Information Display screen.
2 Highlight Menu, then press ENTER.
3 Highlight Music Box System Info., then press ENTER.
4 Highlight Music Box Settings, then press ENTER.
5 Highlight Automatic Recording, then press ENTER to turn the feature ON/OFF.
NAVIGATION
To Search for Missing Titles:
If titles of CDs and/or songs recorded to Music Box are not displayed, they can
be acquired using one of the following methods:
N Retrieve from HDD. Search for the title using the Gracenote® database in
the hard-disk drive.
N Transfer Missing Titles to CompactFlash®.
Visit www.infinitiUSA.com/music-update for complete instructions.
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CompactFlash® Player
(For vehicles with the INFINITI Navigation system)
Refer to Audio System and Steering Wheel Controls for audio system button functions applicable to
CompactFlash® operation.
1 Remove the CompactFlash® player cover and insert a CompactFlash® card
into the slot.
2 Press the %*4$t"69 button until the CompactFlash® mode displays on the
Control Panel Display screen.
Interface System for iPod®
(For vehicles with the INFINITI Navigation system)
Refer to Audio System and Steering Wheel Controls for audio system button functions applicable to
iPod® operation.
Your vehicle is equipped with a specialized interface cable for connecting an
iPod® to the vehicle audio system.
1 Connect the vehicle side of the cable to the vehicle connector in the center
console first.
2 Connect the other end of the cable to your iPod®. The INFINITI logo and
“Ok to disconnect” will display on the iPod® screen when the connection
is active.
3 Use the INFINITI Controller to customize your playlist from the iPod® mode
menu shown on the Control Panel Display screen. Choose from menu items
such as Playlists, Podcasts, Songs, Albums, Artists, Genres, Composers,
and Audiobooks. Highlight your selection and press ENTER.
Notes:
N The iPod® can be operated only through the vehicle audio system and steering wheel controls
while the iPod® is connected to the vehicle.
N The battery of your iPod® will charge when the connection is active and the ignition switch is in
ON or ACC mode.
N You can view Videos on the Control Panel Display screen by disconnecting the interface cable
and connecting an A/V cable from your iPod® to the auxiliary jacks on the back of the center
console. The transmission must be in P (PARK) with the parking brake engaged. Individual
settings for playback can be made by selecting Settings on the Control Panel Display screen.
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INFINITI Mobile Entertainment System
(if so equipped)
With a motorized roof-mounted color monitor,
two wireless headphones with ON/OFF switches
and volume control dials, and a wireless remote
control, this system allows rear passengers to
watch DVD movies or play video games with an
auxiliary game system while on the road.
Auxiliary input jacks located on the
back of the center console may be used
with compatible devices such as video
game systems, portable digital players,
camcorders and other portable video players.
N
The DVD player is located within the center
console. Insert a disc with the label-side
facing the front-passenger’s seat.
N
To view movies on the Control Panel Display screen:
N Place the transmission in P (PARK) with the parking brake engaged.
N Push the ignition switch to the ACC or ON position.
N Press the %*4$t"69 button to display the movie.
NAVIGATION
N
COMFORT
To open the roof-mounted color monitor,
press the Rear Display Open/Close button on
the remote control.
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N
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BLUETOOTH® Hands-Free Phone System
Phone shown
example only
Refer to www.infinitiUSA.com/bluetooth for a compatible phone list and
Frequently Asked Questions section.
With an overhead microphone and sound transmitted
through the audio system speaker, the Bluetooth®
Hands-free Phone system utilizes Bluetooth® wireless
technology and voice recognition to provide hands-free
cellular phone communication.
Pairing Your Phone
Before you can use the hands-free
feature, you will need to set-up, or pair,
the system to recognize your cellular
phone(s). Up to 5 Bluetooth®-enabled
phones can be paired to this system.
After the initial one-time set-up, the
system will automatically connect upon start-up as long as your phone is in
range and available. The pairing procedure for cellular phones varies according
to each manufacturer. For a list of compatible phones and detailed pairing
instructions, please visit www.infinitiUSA.com/bluetooth.
For Vehicles with the INFINITI Navigation System
Switching to a Different Paired Phone
1 Press the
button.
2 Highlight Phone, then press ENTER.
3 Highlight Bluetooth Setup, then
press ENTER.
4 Highlight Paired Phone List, then
press ENTER.
5 Highlight the desired phone, then
press ENTER.
Setting Up Your Phonebook – Adding New Entries
Up to 40 phone numbers can be stored in the phonebook.
1 Press the
button.
2 Highlight Phone, then press ENTER.
3 Highlight Phonebook, then press ENTER.
4 Highlight None (Add New), then press ENTER.
5 Choose one of the following options on the Control Panel Display screen:
Enter Data by Keypad: Manually input names/numbers.
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Copy from Downloaded Phonebook:
Depending on your cellular phone,
you may be able to copy your entire
phonebook from your cellular phone
to the vehicle’s phonebook. If
this option is available, “Transfer
phonebook from connected phone?”
will display on the Control Panel
Display screen. Highlight Yes and press ENTER if you wish to copy the
entire cellular phone phonebook to the vehicle’s phonebook.
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Copy from Outgoing Call Logs: Choose names/numbers from a list of calls
you have made.
Copy from Incoming Call Logs: Choose names/numbers from a list of calls
you have received.
COMFORT
Transfer via Bluetooth: Activates the Bluetooth® connection. Depending
on your cellular phone, you may be able to transfer a person’s name and
phone number directly from your cellular phonebook to the vehicle’s
phonebook via Bluetooth®. This procedure varies according to each
manufacturer. Please refer to your cellular phone Owner’s Manual
for details.
6 When the “Add a voicetag?” screen appears, highlight Yes and press
ENTER to add a voicetag (voice-activated speed dial command used with
the INFINITI Voice Recognition system).
7 After the tone, clearly say the name of the contact.
NAVIGATION
Making A Phone Call
1 Press the
button on the instrument panel.
2 Highlight Call (Phonebook), then press ENTER.
3 Highlight the name of the person you wish to dial, then press ENTER.
Dialing will begin.
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Volume of Outgoing Calls
If you call someone and are told that the volume on your call is too loud or too
soft, perform the following steps to increase or decrease volume:
1 Press the
button.
2 Highlight Volume and Beeps, then press ENTER.
3 Highlight Outgoing Call, then press ENTER.
4 Adjust the Outgoing Call volume UP or DOWN by turning the INFINITI
Controller Center Dial. When the volume is adjusted to your liking, press
the ENTER button to set it.
Receiving A Phone Call
When you receive a phone call, the Phone menu screen will display and a ring
tone will sound (if enabled) through your audio system.
To Accept a Call:
N Press the
button on the steering wheel.
N Press the
button on the instrument panel. (if so equipped)
N Highlight Answer on the Control Panel Display screen, then press ENTER.
To Reject a Call:
Highlight Reject Call on the Control Panel Display screen, then press ENTER.
Ending A Phone Call
To “hang up” your phone at the end of a call or to disconnect during
call placement:
N Press the
button on the steering wheel.
N Press the
button on the instrument panel. (if so equipped)
N Highlight Hang up on the Control Panel Display screen, then press ENTER.
System Operating Tips
N The interior of the vehicle should be as quiet as possible. Close the
windows to eliminate the surrounding noises.
N Wait until the tone sounds before speaking a command.
N Speak in a natural conversational voice with minimal pauses between words.
N To increase or decrease the volume of the voice prompts, press the Volume
Control buttons on the steering wheel or rotate the audio VOL (Volume)/
1VTI0/t0'' knob while the system is responding.
N To initiate a Voice Recognition session, press the
button.
N To cancel a Voice Recognition session, press the
button.
N To go back to the previous command, say “Go back” or “Correction.”
For Vehicles without the INFINITI Navigation System
Switching to a Different Paired Phone
1 Press the
button.
2 Say “Setup.”
3 Say “Select Phone.”
4 When prompted, say the name of the desired cellular phone.
5 When the system accepts the name, you will be asked to confirm it as
correct. The selected cellular phone will remain active until the ignition
switch is pushed to the LOCK (OFF) position or another cellular phone is selected.
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Setting Up Your Phonebook – Adding New Entries
Each paired phone has its own dedicated phonebook. Each phonebook can
store up to 40 names. Each name can have up to 4 locations/phone numbers:
Home, Office, Mobile, and Other.
1 Press the
button.
2 Say “Phonebook.”
3 When prompted, say “New Entry.”
4 When prompted, say the name of the new entry. For example, say
“Michelle.” If the name is too short or too long, or if it sounds too much
like a name that is already stored in the phonebook, the system will
prompt you to say a name again. Modify the name and say it again.
5 When the system accepts the name, you will be asked to confirm it as correct.
6 The system will ask for a location (Home, Office, Mobile, or Other). Select
and say a location. The system will acknowledge the location.
7 When prompted, say the phone number. For example, say “five five five
one two one two.” The system will repeat the number and prompt you for
the next command.
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COMFORT
Making a Phone Call
1 Press the
button.
2 Say “Call.”
3 When prompted, do one of the following:
N Say [voicetag]. For example, say “Michelle Home.”
N Say [phone number]. For example, say “123-456-7891.” For best
results, say phone numbers as single digits in small groups.
N Say “Redial” to dial the previous phone number called by the system.
N Say “Callback” to dial the last incoming phone call received by
the system.
4 Follow the system prompts and respond with the requested information
until the operation is completed.
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Note: For international phone calls, say “International Call.”
Receiving a Phone Call
When you receive a phone call, a ring tone will sound through the audio system.
To Accept the Call, press the
button.
To Reject the Call, press the
button.
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Ending a Phone Call
To “hang up” your phone at the end of a call or to disconnect during call
placement, press the
button.
Heater and Air Conditioner
(Dual-Zone Automatic Climate Control)
To Turn ON/OFF the Climate Control System:
AUTO
N
Press the AUTO button to turn ON the system.
N
Press the OFF button to turn OFF the system.
Note: The Climate Control system will activate using the settings last selected.
The AUTO mode can be used year round. It allows the system to
self adjust to maintain a selected temperature (automatic cooling
and/or dehumidified heating). Air flow distribution and fan speed
are also controlled automatically.
AUTO Mode vs. DUAL Mode
AUTO
N
AUTO mode allows
the driver to control
temperature for self and front passenger.
DUAL
N
DUAL mode allows
the driver and front
passenger to control their own cabin temperatures.
DUAL
AUTO
TEMP
Press the DUAL button to turn DUAL mode ON and OFF. An indicator
light on the DUAL button will illuminate and the word “DUAL” will
display on the Control Panel Display screen when DUAL mode
is selected. DUAL mode can also be turned ON by pressing the
PASSENGER Temperature button.
To Change Temperature Settings:
N
In AUTO mode, press the DRIVER Temperature button UP or
DOWN to increase or decrease the temperature and set it to the
desired level.
N
In DUAL mode, press the PASSENGER Temperature button UP or
DOWN to adjust the front passenger temperature setting, and the
DRIVER Temperature button UP or DOWN to adjust the driver’s
temperature setting.
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To Control Fan Speed:
-
AUTO
A/C
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+
1 Press the Fan Speed Control buttons + or – to manually
adjust fan speed UP or DOWN. The fan speed indicator on
the Control Panel Display screen will change as fan speed is
increased/decreased. The mode will change from AUTO to
MANUAL mode (“AUTO” no longer appears on the screen).
2 Press the AUTO button to return to automatic control of fan speed.
To Turn ON Air Conditioning:
Press the A/C button. The indicator light on the A/C button will illuminate.
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To Turn ON Heat:
A/C
TEMP
1 Press the A/C button until the indicator light on the A/C button
turns OFF.
2 Press UP or DOWN on the DRIVER Temperature button (in AUTO
mode) or the PASSENGER Temperature button (in DUAL mode) to
increase or decrease the cabin temperature.
Note: For optimum system operation, DO NOT set the inside cabin temperature lower than
the outside air temperature.
COMFORT
To Choose Fresh or Recirculated Air:
Press the Fresh Air/Air Recirculation (Intake Air Control) button to
select between:
N Fresh (outside) air for cooling/heating/defrosting. The
indicator light on the left side of the Intake Air Control button will
illuminate and Fresh Air will briefly display on the Control Panel
Display screen when fresh air is selected.
N Recirculated (inside) air for maximum A/C cooling performance
and to prevent unwanted outside odors from entering the
vehicle. The indicator
light on the right side of the Intake
Air Control button will illuminate and Recirculation will briefly
display on the Control Panel Display screen when recirculated air
is selected.
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Notes:
N Recirculated Air mode cannot be activated when the system is set to A/C and the
Front Defroster is ON.
N Extended use of recirculated air may cause the inside of the windows to fog up.
N While in AUTO mode, intake air is also controlled automatically. To manually control
intake air while in AUTO mode, press the Intake Air Control button. To return to
Automatic Control mode, press and hold down the Intake Air Control button for
approximately 2 seconds. Both indicator lights on the button will flash twice. Intake
air will once again be automatically controlled.
To Manually Change Air Flow:
N
Press the DRIVER MODE button to select the air flow location
when in AUTO mode.
N
When in DUAL mode, the passenger can control his/her own air
flow location by pressing the PASSENGER MODE button.
Air flows from center and side vents.
Air flows from center and side vents, plus foot outlets.
Air flows mainly from foot outlets.
Air flows from the front defroster and foot outlets.
Notes:
N The air flow indicator symbols will illuminate on the Control Panel Display screen.
N Only the DRIVER MODE button can be used to select
.
AUTO UPPER VENT Button
Press to redirect airflow to reduce force against the driver’s and frontpassenger’s upper body. The indicator light will illuminate on the
AUTO UPPER VENT button when ON.
To Turn ON/OFF Front Defroster:
1 Press the Front Window Defroster button to turn it ON. The indicator
light on the button will illuminate.
Notes:
N
Pressing the Front Window Defroster button provides the best possible
defrost action. This is the preferred method for quickly defrosting the window
(rather than choosing the front defroster and foot outlets in Manual Air Flow
, which is less efficient).
control mode
N
When you press this button, you may hear a click noise from the engine
area. This is normal. The Air Conditioner compressor is being activated. With
A/C ON, moisture is pulled from the air, helping to defrost the inside of the
windows more quickly.
2 Press UP or DOWN on the DRIVER Temperature button to set the
desired temperature.
3 Press the + Fan Speed Control button to set fan speed to maximum.
4 Press the Front Window Defroster button again to turn it OFF.
To Turn ON/OFF Rear Defroster:
1 Press the Rear Window Defroster button to turn it ON. The
indicator light will illuminate on the button.
2 Press the button again to turn it OFF. Or, it will turn OFF
automatically after approximately 15 minutes.
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2
3
9
4
5
6
12
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13
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7
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INFINITI Navigation System (if so equipped)
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Refer to the INFINITI Navigation System Owner’s Manual for complete Navigation system operation
instructions. Note: The Navigation Mapping information currently installed in your vehicle is
downloaded to the vehicle’s hard drive. Should you wish to upgrade or change your Mapping
information, contact your INFINITI dealer.
1 Control Panel Display Screen – Displays Navigation menus
and Map.
2 ZOOM OUT Button – Increases the Map view, showing
more area.
3 ZOOM IN Button – Decreases the Map view, showing
greater detail.
4 DEST (Destination) Button – Displays the Address Book and
alternative ways to program a destination (e.g., Street Address,
Previous Destinations, Points of Interest, etc.).
COMFORT
5 ROUTE Button – Displays route guidance control functions.
6 MAP Button – Displays the Navigation Map.
7 ENTER Buttons – Press to select menu items highlighted on the
Control Panel Display screen.
8 Center Dial – Rotate the dial to navigate UP, DOWN, and ACROSS
the Control Panel Display screen. When the MAP is displayed,
rotate the dial to ZOOM OUT and ZOOM IN.
NAVIGATION
9 Main Directional Buttons – Press to navigate UP, DOWN, and
ACROSS the Control Panel Display screen.
10 Additional Directional Buttons – Depending on which map is
displayed (Plan View or Birdview™), use these buttons to
make “fine tuned” movements around the Control Panel
Display screen.
12 VOICE Button – Press to hear the next Navigation instruction
(if a destination has been set).
13 SETTING Button – Press to set Navigation preferences.
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11 BACK Button – Press to return to the previous function shown on the
Control Panel Display screen, to cancel a function if it is not complete,
and to delete characters when using the on-screen keyboard.
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N Press to switch the Control Panel Display screen between day
view and night view. While the adjustment bars appear on the
screen, adjust the Control Panel Display screen brightness UP
or DOWN by rotating the INFINITI Controller Center Dial.
N Press and hold down to turn OFF the display. To resume
display, press again.
Storing Your Home Address (and Other
Addresses) In Your Address Book
1 Press the
button.
2 Highlight Address Book, then
press ENTER.
3 Highlight Home Location (Add New),
then press ENTER.
4 “Home location not stored. Store
now?” will appear on the screen.
Highlight Yes, then press ENTER.
5 Highlight Street Address, then
press ENTER.
6 Input the House Number by
highlighting each character
and pressing ENTER.
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7 Once complete, highlight OK, then
press ENTER.
8 Input the Street Name by
highlighting each character and
pressing ENTER.
9 Once complete, highlight List, then
press ENTER.
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10 Highlight the correct street and city from the list, then press ENTER.
11 Press ENTER again. “Home Location Stored” will appear on screen.
12 Press the MAP button to return to the Map screen.
Notes:
N You can store other addresses using the procedure above. In step 3, highlight None (Add New),
then press ENTER.
N In step 5, you may also choose alternate ways to store an address, including Map and Previous
Dest. (Destinations).
N A unique sound (e.g., a chime, a dog bark, etc.) can be “attached” to your home address or
other addresses in your Address Book. If a sound is attached to an Address Book entry, the
sound will be heard whenever you approach that location.
MEDIA CENTER
Turning ON/OFF Voice Guidance
and Adjusting Volume
1 Press the
button.
2 Highlight Volume and Beeps,
then press ENTER.
COMFORT
3 Highlight Guidance Voice, then
press ENTER to choose ON or OFF.
The indicator light will illuminate
when Guidance Voice is ON.
NAVIGATION
To Adjust the Volume:
Highlight Guidance Vol., then press
ENTER. Adjust the volume by rotating
the INFINITI Controller Center Dial, then
press ENTER.
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Store Current Location
You can store the current physical location of your vehicle in your Address Book.
1 While the Map screen is displayed, press ENTER.
2 Highlight Store Location, then press ENTER. A confirmation message will
appear, confirming that the location has been stored to your Address Book.
The location will be stored in the first available position in your Address Book.
3 Press the MAP button to return to the Map screen.
Programming a Destination
There are several methods you can use to program your Navigation system to
guide you to a desired destination point. Two of the most common destination
programming methods are provided here.
Refer to Setting a destination in the INFINITI Navigation Owner’s Manual for additional available
methods. Note: The vehicle must be stationary before performing destination programming.
Programming a Destination – Street Address
1 Press the
button.
2 Highlight Street Address, then
press ENTER.
3 Input the House Number by
highlighting each character and
pressing ENTER.
4 Once complete, highlight OK, then
press ENTER.
5 Input the Street Name by
highlighting each character and
pressing ENTER.
6 Once complete, highlight List, then
press ENTER.
7 Highlight the correct street and city
from the list, then press ENTER.
8 Highlight Start, then press ENTER
to set the destination, calculate the
route, and begin route guidance.
Programming a Destination – Points of Interest
1 Press the
button.
2 Highlight Points of Interest, then
press ENTER.
3 Highlight a main category (e.g.,
Restaurant, Shopping, Travel, etc.),
then press ENTER.
Note: Depending on the category, you may be
prompted to make additional selections.
4 Highlight a POI subcategory (Nearby POI,
By Name, or By City), then press ENTER.
5 Highlight the desired selection from
the list, or enter the name of the
destination, then press ENTER.
6 Highlight Start, then press ENTER to set the destination, calculate the
route, and begin route guidance.
Note: For a comprehensive Category list, refer to Setting a destination in the INFINITI Navigation
System Owner’s Manual for more information.
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INFINITI Voice Recognition System
(For vehicles with the INFINITI Navigation system)
The voice recognition system allows
hands-free operation of certain vehicle
functions using voice commands.
Available commands are announced by
the system and shown on the Control
Panel Display screen. Simply follow the
instructional prompts given by the system to complete the desired operation.
MEDIA CENTER
There are two modes of operation available for this system:
N Standard Mode
N Alternate Command Mode
In Standard Mode (the default setting), the following systems can be operated
using voice recognition commands:
N Phone
N Navigation
N Information
N Help
COMFORT
When the Alternate Command Mode is activated, additional systems such as
Audio and Climate Control can be operated using voice recognition commands.
Refer to “Alternate Command Mode” later in this section for more information
about this feature.
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NAVIGATION
Voice Recognition User Guide
A simplified User Guide containing
basic instructions for using the voice
recognition system is available
for reference.
Press the
button.
Highlight Others, then press ENTER.
Highlight Voice Recognition, then press ENTER.
Highlight User Guide, then press ENTER.
Highlight the desired topic, then press ENTER. The tutorial will begin.
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To Operate the Voice Recognition System:
1 Press the
button located on the steering wheel. The system will
respond, “Would you like to access Phone, Navigation, Information,
or Help?” and the Control Panel Display screen will change to a list of
available commands to speak.
2 After the tone, say one of the command choices. The system will
then proceed to the next step. Continue listening to the prompts
and responding with the requested information until the operation
is completed.
If you want to repeat a step or if the system incorrectly recognizes your command,
press the
button on the steering wheel or on the INFINITI Controller.
If the system does not recognize your command, repeat the command. Avoid
raising the volume of your voice or slowing down your speech.
System Operating Tips
N The interior of the vehicle should be as quiet as possible. Close the
windows to eliminate the surrounding noises.
N Wait until the tone sounds before speaking a command.
N Speak in a natural conversational voice with minimal pauses between words.
Speaking Phone Numbers
The system provides 2 commands for entering and dialing spoken phone
numbers: “Dial Number” and “International Call.” The “Dial Number”
command is used for domestic phone numbers up to 11 digits in length
(including the long-distance dialing prefix “1”). The “International Call”
command is used when more than 11 digits need to be dialed. When using
these two commands, follow the phone digit speaking rules below:
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N
N
N
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The system will accept single digits 0 (zero) to 9.
The long-distance dialing prefix “1” is not required when making a call.
When saying a phone number like 800-662-6200, the system will accept
“eight-hundred” in addition to “eight zero zero” or “eight oh oh.”
For *, #, and +, say “Star,” “Pound,” or “Plus,” respectively.
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Voice Command Usage – Phone System
Making a Phone Call
1 Press the TALK button
on the steering wheel. The system will respond,
“Would you like to access Phone, Navigation, Information, or Help?”
and the Control Panel Display screen will change to a list of available
commands to speak.
MEDIA CENTER
2 After the tone, say “Phone.” The
system will display the four available
phone commands and say “Please
say Dial Number, Redial, Phonebook,
or International Call.”
COMFORT
3 After the tone, do one of
the following:
N Say “Dial Number” to dial a 7,
10, or 11 digit phone number.
Follow the prompts to begin
saying the phone number,
starting with the area code. After
the phone number has been
recognized, say “Dial.” If incorrect, say “Change Number.”
N Say “Redial” to hear the last phone number dialed and begin dialing.
N Say “Phonebook” to select a contact stored in the Phonebook.
N Say “International Call” to dial a phone number that has more than 11 digits.
Voice Command Usage – Navigation System
NAVIGATION
CONVENIENCE
Programming a Destination – Street Address
1 Press the TALK button
on the
steering wheel. The system will
respond, “Would you like to access
Phone, Navigation, Information,
or Help?” and the Control Panel
Display screen will change to a list of
available commands to speak.
2 After the tone, say “Navigation.”
The system will respond, “Please
say Address, Places, Home, or
Previous Destinations.”
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3 Say “Address”.
4 The system will prompt you for additional information, such as the name of
the state, city, street, and house number. Follow the prompts given by the
system to complete the desired operation.
Notes:
N To improve accuracy of street names, say the entire street name including Boulevard, Way,
North, South, Road, etc.
N If you do not know the house number when asked, say “No House Number,” and the system will
route you to a default location on the street.
Alternate Command Mode
You can change to an Alternate Command
Mode that enables operation of additional
systems using Voice Recognition. When
this mode is active, the voice command
menu prompts are turned OFF and an
expanded list of commands can be spoken.
To Turn ON the Alternate Command Mode:
1 Press the
button.
2 Highlight Others, then press ENTER.
3 Highlight Voice Recognition, then press ENTER.
4 Highlight Alternate Command Mode,
then press ENTER.
To View a List of Expanded Commands:
1 Press the
button.
2 Highlight Others, then press ENTER.
3 Highlight Voice Recognition, then
press ENTER.
4 Highlight Command List, then
press ENTER.
5 Highlight the desired command
list option, then press ENTER to
display the expanded list of
available commands.
Refer to the INFINITI Navigation System Owner’s
Manual for detailed information on Speaker
Adaptation and use of the Alternate Command Mode.
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DRIVING CONTROLS
Automatic Drive Positioner Memory System
MEDIA CENTER
Driver’s Seat, Steering & Outside Mirrors
When programmed, the Automatic Drive Positioner can adjust the driver’s seat,
steering column, and outside mirrors to two memorized positions.
COMFORT
To Set Customized Seat, Steering, and Mirror Position Memory:
1 Push the ignition switch to the ON position. Keep the transmission in P (PARK).
2 Adjust the driver’s seat, steering wheel, and outside mirrors to the
desired positions.
3 Press the SET button.
4 Within 5 seconds, press Memory button 1 or 2 and hold down for at least 1
second. The indicator light on the Memory button you select will illuminate
solid for approximately 5 seconds. Seat/steering/mirror memory is now
set to your preference.
5 Link the seat/steering/mirror memory to your Intelligent Key. While
the indicator light on the Memory button is illuminated (see step 4,
above), press the UNLOCK button on your Intelligent Key. The driver’s
seat, steering column and outside mirrors will move to the memorized
position with the indicator light flashing, and then the light will stay on for
approximately 5 seconds. The memory is now matched to the Intelligent
Key. You may set the second seat/steering/mirror memory positions to
your other Intelligent Key by repeating the steps above.
NAVIGATION
Note: After step 5 is performed one time to link the seat/steering/mirror memory to your
Intelligent Key, you DO NOT need to perform this step again if new seat/steering/mirror memory
positions are saved in the future. New memory positions are automatically linked to your
Intelligent Key after step 5 is performed one time.
This feature is activated when the ignition switch is in the LOCK (OFF) position
and the driver’s door is opened.
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Entry/Exit Function
The Entry/Exit function is designed so that the driver’s seat will automatically
move BACKWARD and the steering wheel UP to ease entering and exiting the vehicle.
To Turn ON/OFF this Feature:
For Vehicles with the INFINITI Navigation System
With the ignition switch in the ON position, press the SETTING button and
highlight Others on the Control Panel Display screen. Next, highlight Comfort &
Conv., then press ENTER. Highlight Lift Steering Wheel on Exit or Slide Driver’s
Seat Back on Exit, then press ENTER.
For Vehicles without the INFINITI Navigation System
With the ignition switch in the ON position, press the SETTING button and
highlight Comfort & Conv. on the Control Panel Display screen. Next, highlight
Lift Steering Wheel on Exit or Slide Driver’s Seat Back on Exit, then press ENTER.
RearView Monitor
(if so equipped)
When the transmission is in R (REVERSE),
the Control Panel Display screen will
change to view the area behind the vehicle.
Approximate Distance to Objects:
Green = 7 - 10 feet
Yellow = 3 feet
Red = 1.5 feet
Adaptive Front Lighting System
As you turn LEFT or RIGHT or drive along winding roads, the Adaptive
Front Lighting System (AFS) moves your low beams LEFT or RIGHT,
according to your vehicle’s steering pattern and speed. The low
beams swivel to increase visibility ahead of you and on the sides
of the road.
To Turn OFF AFS: Push the OFF side of the AFS ON/OFF switch.
N The
indicator light inside of the fuel gauge will illuminate when AFS
is OFF.
N AFS will remain OFF until you push the AFS ON/OFF switch back UP to the
ON position.
Note: When the vehicle is stopped or traveling at an extremely slow speed (below 16 MPH), the
headlights WILL NOT SWIVEL when you turn the steering wheel to the LEFT.
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Anti-Glare
DRIVING CONTROLS
HOMELINK®
Compass
MEDIA CENTER
Automatic Anti-glare Mirror
The anti-glare feature changes reflection depending on the headlight intensity
of the vehicle behind you. This feature is automatically ON when the vehicle
is started.
To Turn ON/OFF the Anti-glare Feature:
For Vehicles with the INFINITI Navigation System
Press the
switch on the mirror to turn the feature OFF. Press the
turn the feature back ON.
switch to
For Vehicles without the INFINITI Navigation System
Press the
switch on the mirror to turn the feature OFF. Press the
again to turn the feature back ON.
switch
COMFORT
To Turn ON/OFF the Compass Display (if so equipped):
Press the
switch to turn the feature OFF. Press the
feature back ON.
switch to turn the
NAVIGATION
Homelink® Universal Transceiver
This feature can memorize up to three unique signals to operate
remote devices such as garage door openers. Refer to your Owner’s
Manual for programming information.
Trunk Release Power Cancel Switch – Valet Hand-Off
A Trunk Release Power Cancel switch is located inside the glove
box. If you cannot open the trunk using the Trunk-Release switch
or Trunk-Release buttons, check the Trunk Release Power
Cancel switch.
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For Vehicle Valet Hand-Off
1 Push the CANCEL side of the Trunk Release Power Cancel switch.
2 Remove the Mechanical Key from the Intelligent Key and use it to lock the
glove box and the trunk pass-through.
3 Hand the Intelligent Key to the valet. Keep the Mechanical Key with you.
4 When you retrieve your vehicle and Intelligent Key from the valet, unlock
the glove box with the Mechanical Key and push the ON side of the Trunk
Release Power Cancel switch. Reinsert the Mechanical Key into the
Intelligent Key.
12-Volt Power Outlet and Auxiliary Input Jacks
A 12-volt power outlet is located on the
back of the center console (vehicles
with the Mobile Entertainment System)
or within the center console (vehicles
without the Mobile Entertainment
System). This outlet can be used for
accessories that do not exceed a 12-volt,
120W (10A) power draw.
Auxiliary input jacks are located on the back of the center console. NTSC
compatible devices such as video games, camcorders and portable video
players can be connected to the auxiliary input jacks.
Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
This vehicle is equipped with a Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS). This
system is active when the vehicle is being driven over 16 MPH. The low tire
pressure warning indicator light
will illuminate when the system detects one
or more tires is significantly under-inflated. The system will also display the tire
pressure of all tires (except the spare tire) on the Control Panel Display screen.
To View the Tire Pressure Status:
1 Press the INFO button.
2 Highlight Tire Pressure, then press ENTER.
Important Customer Information – Aluminum Alloy Wheels
Your vehicle is equipped with high-luster finish aluminum alloy wheels that
should be cleaned regularly with a sponge dampened in a mild soap solution,
especially during winter months in areas where road salt is used. Salt could
discolor the wheels if not removed. To help prevent damage to your aluminum
alloy wheels:
N Do not use a cleaner that uses strong acid or alkali contents to clean
the wheels.
N Do not apply wheel cleaner to the wheels when they are hot. The wheel
temperature should be the same as the ambient temperature.
N Rinse the wheel to completely remove the cleaner within 15 minutes after
the cleaner is applied.
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shown with optional equipment. See actual vehicles for complete accuracy. Infiniti Division of
Nissan North America, Inc. reserves the right to make changes at any time, without notice, in
prices, colors, materials, equipment, specifications and models, and to discontinue models or
equipment. Availability and delivery time for particular models and equipment combinations
may vary. For information on availability, additional options or accessories, contact your Infiniti
dealer. All specifications, options and accessories shown in this guide apply to the 49 continental
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