2007 Chevrolet Corvette Navigation System

2007 Chevrolet Corvette Navigation System
2007 Chevrolet Corvette Navigation System
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Overview ........................................................ 1
Overview .................................................. 4
Navigation Audio System ............................ 81
Navigation Audio System ........................ 82
Features and Controls ................................ 17
Features and Controls ............................ 18
Voice Recognition ..................................... 107
Voice Recognition ................................. 108
Index .......................................................... 119
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Section 1
Overview ......................................................... 4
Navigation System Overview ......................... 4
Overview
Getting Started .............................................. 5
Cleaning the Display ................................... 15
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Overview
Navigation System Overview
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A. g (Voice Recognition) Key. See “Hard Keys”
under Using the Navigation System on
page 18 for more information.
B. SRCE (Source) Key. See “Hard Keys” under
Using the Navigation System on page 18
for more information.
C. NAV (Navigation) Key. See “Hard Keys” under
Using the Navigation System on page 18
for more information.
D. e z (Audio/Screen Adjust) Key. See “Hard
Keys” under Using the Navigation System
on page 18 for more information.
E. QO SEEK R (Seek/Tune) Key. See “Hard
Keys” under Using the Navigation System
on page 18 for more information.
F. Power Volume Knob. See “Hard Keys” under
Using the Navigation System on page 18
for more information.
G. X DVD (DVD Map Database Eject) Key. See
“Installing the Map DVD” under Maps on
page 67 for more information.
H. XB (CD Eject) Key. See “CD Player on
page 95 for more information.
I. CD Slot
J. DVD Map Database Slot
K. Navigation System Screen
L. X (Open/Close Faceplate) Key. See “Hard
Keys” under Using the Navigation System
on page 18 for more information.
Getting Started
Before you begin to operate the navigation
system, read this manual thoroughly to become
familiar with it and to understand how the
system works.
Keeping your mind on the drive is important for
safe driving. See “Defensive Driving” in the Index
of your vehicle’s owner manual for more
information. Get familiar with your vehicle’s
navigation system so you can use it with less
effort and take full advantage of its features. Your
navigation system includes not only navigation,
but also audio functions.
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While your vehicle is parked:
• Familiarize yourself with all of its controls:
hard keys on the faceplate and touch-sensitive
screen buttons.
• Familiarize yourself with its operation.
• Set up your audio by presetting your favorite
stations, setting the tone, and adjusting the
speakers. Then, when driving conditions
permit, you can tune to your favorite stations
using the presets and steering wheel
controls (if equipped).
• Set up the navigation features that can only
be done before you begin driving, such as
entering an address or a preset destination.
Entering a destination or alphanumeric text
requires many steps, so you can only perform
these operations when the vehicle is in PARK (P).
You will notice that touch-sensitive screen
buttons leading to the alphanumeric keyboard are
dimmed out while driving.
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Other functions may also be locked out while
driving and they too will appear grayed out on the
screen — but all functions are available when
parked. Some functions can be performed while
driving, as long as you can do so without diverting
too much of your attention from your driving.
{CAUTION:
This system provides you with a far greater
access to audio stations and song listings.
Giving extended attention to entertainment
tasks while driving can cause a crash and
you or others can be injured or killed.
Always keep your eyes on the road and
your mind on the drive — avoid engaging
in extended searching while driving.
{CAUTION:
Looking at the moving map on the
navigation screen frequently or for too
long while driving can cause a crash and
you or others can be injured or killed.
Keep your eyes and mind on the road and
avoid looking too long or too often at the
moving map on the navigation screen.
Use the voice guidance directions
whenever possible.
The navigation system allows you to do the
following:
• Plan a route with provided turn-by-turn route
and map guidance with voice prompts.
• Select a destination using various methods
and choices.
• Receive broadcast announcements on traffic
and emergency alert communications.
The information in the system may not always be
complete. Road conditions such as prohibited
turns, detours, and construction zones, change
frequently. It is important to consider whether you
can follow the directions given by the system
for the current conditions.
Each time you enter the navigation system, the
CAUTION screen will display. Touch Agree
to proceed into the system. For information on
changing the language, see “Driver Information
Center (DIC)” in the Index of your vehicle’s owner
manual.
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When getting started, you may set the navigation
system to your preference using various options.
You will also need to know how to perform various
functions to begin route guidance. Reference
the following topics for further information:
Setting Radio Station Presets
To set preset radio stations, do the following:
1. Press the power/volume knob to turn
the system on.
2. Press the SRCE hard key and select the
desired band (AM, FM1, FM2, XM1, or
XM2 (if equipped)).
3. Use the TUNE/SEEK arrows to tune to the
desired station.
4. Press and hold one of the six preset screen
buttons, at the bottom of the screen, until you
hear a beep or see the station displayed
on the selected preset button.
5. Repeat the steps for each preset.
See “Preset Station Menu” under Navigation Audio
System on page 82 for more information.
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Setting the Time
To set the time, do the following:
1. Press the power/volume knob to turn the
system on.
2. Press and hold the time display in the upper
right corner of any screen.
3. Select the 12H or 24H screen button to
display the time in standard or military time.
4. Press and hold the Hour and Min. (minute)
arrow buttons to increase or to decrease
the time.
5. Select the appropriate time zone screen
button.
6. Select the Daylight Saving Time screen
button, if necessary.
The radio will use the GPS satellite to set the
time. The vehicle needs to be in an open area to
receive the signal. See “Clock” under Navigation
Audio System on page 82 for more information.
Setting the Region, Entering an
Address and Point of Interest, and
Storing a Home Destination and Preset
Destinations
Before entering an Address, Point of Interest,
Home, or Preset Destination, select the
appropriate region that contains the final
destination. Your vehicle must be stopped to
perform this operation.
Setting the Region
To set the region, do the following:
1. Press the power/volume knob to turn the
system on.
2. Insert the DVD map disc. See “Installing the
Map DVD” under Maps on page 67 for more
information.
3. A notice may appear. Touch the Agree screen
button to proceed.
If the radio is already on with a map disc
inserted, press the NAV hard key.
4. Press the MENU screen button.
5. Press the < Enter Destination screen button.
6. Press the Region screen button.
7. Select the appropriate region numbered screen
button that contains your final destination.
The system will return to the Enter Destination
menu. See Enter Destination on page 20 for more
information.
Entering an Address
To set a destination by entering a street address,
do the following:
1. Press the power/volume knob to turn the
system on.
2. Insert the DVD map disc. See “Installing the
Map DVD” under Maps on page 67 for more
information.
3. A notice may appear. Touch the Agree screen
button to proceed.
If the radio is already on with a map disc
inserted, press the NAV hard key.
4. Press the MENU screen button.
5. Press the < Enter Destination screen button.
Verify that the selected Region is correct.
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6. Press the 2 Address screen button.
7. Enter the street name using the alpha keypad
on the screen.
Do not enter directional information or street
type, and use the space symbol screen button
(U) between street or city names. For
example, the street name N. Royal Oak Rd.
should be entered as royalUoak. Use
the backspace (V) screen button if an
incorrect character has been entered.
8. Select the desired street name with the
correct designation (Dr., Ln., St., etc.) from
the list.
9. If there is more than one city, the system will
display the list of cities that have a street with
that name. Select a city from the list or
select the Input Name screen button to input
the city name.
10. Enter the house number using the numeric
keypad on the screen and touch the OK
screen button.
A map screen will appear with the destination
marked.
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11. Select the h (destination) symbol screen
button.
12. Select the Guide screen button.
13. Once you begin driving you will hear an audio
prompt to “Proceed to the highlighted route.”
You are now in route guidance mode.
See “Address” under Enter Destination on page 20
for more information.
Entering a Point of Interest (POI)
To set a destination by entering a Point of Interest
(POI), do the following:
1. Press the power/volume knob to turn the
system on.
2. Insert the DVD map disc. See “Installing the
Map DVD” under Maps on page 67 for more
information.
3. A notice may appear. Touch the Agree screen
button to proceed.
If the radio is already on with a map disc
inserted, press the NAV hard key.
4. Press the MENU screen button.
5. Press the < Enter Destination screen button.
Verify that the selected Region is correct.
6. Press the K Point of Interest screen button.
7. Enter the specific title of the POI in the
Name space (i.e. Washington Monument)
using the alpha keypad on the screen.
8. Select the POI from the list.
9. If there is more than one city, the system will
display the list of cities that have a street with
that name. Select a city from the list or select
the Input Name screen button to input the
city name.
A map screen will appear with the destination
marked.
10. Select the h (destination) symbol screen
button.
11. Select the Guide screen button.
12. Once you begin driving you will hear an audio
prompt to “Proceed to the highlighted route.”
You are now in route guidance mode.
Using the Category or City selections will aid the
system in finding your POI by limiting the
search options. See “Point of Interest (POI)” under
Enter Destination on page 20 for more information.
Storing a Home Destination
1. Press the power/volume knob to turn the
system on.
2. Insert the DVD map disc. See “Installing the
Map DVD” under Maps on page 67 for more
information.
3. A notice may appear. Touch the Agree screen
button to proceed.
If the radio is already on with a map disc
inserted, press the NAV hard key.
4. Press the MENU screen button.
5. Press the N Stored Locations screen button.
6. Press the L Home screen button.
7. Press the Add screen button.
8. Press the Address screen button and enter all
address information.
9. Press the OK screen button.
A map screen will appear with the destination
marked.
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10. Press the OK screen button.
11. Press the back arrow screen button.
The L Home icon will be highlighted on the
Enter Destination screen. See “Using Your
Home or Preset Destinations” later in
this section for more information.
Storing a Preset Destination
1. Press the power/volume knob to turn the
system on.
2. Insert the DVD map disc. See “Installing the
Map DVD” under Maps on page 67 for more
information.
3. A notice may appear. Touch the Agree screen
button to proceed.
If the radio is already on with a map disc
inserted, press the NAV hard key.
4. Press the MENU screen button.
5. Press the N Stored Locations screen button.
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6. Press the & Previous Dest. screen button.
7. Press the Add screen button, then select the
numbered preset button for the destination to
appear as.
8. Press the Address screen button and enter all
address information.
9. Press the OK screen button.
A map screen will appear with the destination
marked.
10. Press the OK screen button.
11. Press the back arrow screen button.
The numbered preset destination will be
highlighted on the Enter Destination screen.
See “Using Your Home or Preset Destinations”
next in this section for more information.
Using Your Home or Preset
Destinations
These destinations are available for selection
while driving.
1. Press the power/volume knob to turn the
system on.
2. Insert the DVD map disc. See “Installing the
Map DVD” under Maps on page 67 for more
information.
3. A notice may appear. Touch the Agree screen
button to proceed.
If the radio is already on with a map disc
inserted, press the NAV hard key.
4. Press the MENU screen button.
7. Select the h (destination) symbol screen
button.
8. Select the Guide screen button.
9. Once you begin driving you will hear an audio
prompt to “Proceed to the highlighted route.”
You are now in route guidance mode.
Canceling Guidance
Guidance will be canceled once you arrive at your
final destination. To cancel guidance prior to
arrival at the final destination, do the following:
1. Press the NAV hard key to access the
map screen.
2. Press the MENU screen button on the map
screen.
5. Press the < Enter Destination screen button.
3. Press the E Route Options screen button.
6. Select the L (Home symbol) or one of the
available preset destination symbols. A map
screen will appear with the destination
marked.
4. Press the Cancel Guidance screen button.
5. Press the Yes screen button to confirm
cancellation.
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Stored Locations
Once a destination has been stored, the address
information can then be edited and deleted.
See Stored Locations on page 40 for more
information on other features that can be stored,
edited, and deleted.
To delete the stored home destination, do the
following:
1. Press the power/volume knob to turn the
system on.
2. Insert the DVD map disc. See “Installing the
Map DVD” under Maps on page 67 for more
information.
3. A notice may appear. Touch the Agree screen
button to proceed.
If the radio is already on with a map disc
inserted, press the NAV hard key.
4. Press the MENU screen button.
5. Press the N Stored Locations screen button.
6. Press the L Home screen button.
7. Press the Delete screen button.
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8. A confirmation pop-up screen will
appear: select Yes to delete; select
No to cancel the operation.
To delete a waypoint or a stored preset
destination, do the following:
1. Press the power/volume knob to turn the
system on.
2. Insert the DVD map disc. See “Installing the
Map DVD” under Maps on page 67 for more
information.
3. A notice may appear. Touch the Agree screen
button to proceed.
If the radio is already on with a map disc
inserted, press the NAV hard key.
4. Press the MENU screen button.
5. Press the N Stored Locations screen button.
6. Press the $ Dest. & Way Pt. or the &
Previous Dest. screen button.
7. Press the Delete screen button, then select
the way point or the numbered preset button
to delete.
8. A confirmation pop-up screen will
appear: select Yes to delete; select
No to cancel the operation.
Guidance Volume
Cleaning the Display
To adjust the volume of voice guidance prompts,
do the following:.
1. Press the NAV hard key to access the map
screen.
If the panel or the display is stained, wipe it with a
dry, soft cloth, such as a silicon cloth.
2. Press the MENU screen button on the map
screen.
3. Press the I Navigation Set Up screen
button.
4. Press the > Guidance Volume screen button.
5. Select the desired volume or select Off.
The system will play back the new volume
level.
Notice: If you use abrasive cleaners when
cleaning glass surfaces, you could scratch the
glass. When cleaning the glass, use only a
soft cloth and do not spray cleaner directly on
the system.
Do not apply spray cleaner directly to the system,
the cleaner could affect the mechanical parts.
Do not wipe the panel with a hard cloth or use a
volatile liquid such as thinner or alcohol, it
could scratch the surface or erase the characters.
See “Guidance Volume” under Navigation Set Up
on page 52 for more information.
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✍ NOTES
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Section 2
Features and Controls
Features and Controls .................................. 18
Using the Navigation System ....................... 18
Nav. (Navigation) Menu ............................... 20
Enter Destination ......................................... 20
Stored Locations ......................................... 40
Navigation Set Up ....................................... 52
Route Options ............................................. 60
Maps ........................................................... 67
Symbols ...................................................... 69
Head-Up Display (HUD) .............................. 75
Keyless Access System .............................. 76
Global Positioning System (GPS) ................ 76
Vehicle Positioning ...................................... 77
Problems with Route Guidance ................... 78
If the System Needs Service ....................... 79
Ordering Map DVDs .................................... 79
Database Coverage Explanations ................ 80
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Features and Controls
Using the Navigation System
This section presents basic information to operate
the navigation system.
Use the hard keys located on the navigation
system along with the available touch screen
buttons on the navigation screen to operate the
system. See Navigation System Overview on
page 4 for more information.
Once the vehicle is moving, various functions will
be disabled to reduce driver distractions.
Hard Keys
The following hard keys are located on the
navigation system:
X (Open/Close Faceplate): Press this key
located at the bottom of the Navigation Screen to
open or close the faceplate.
XB (Eject CD): Press the eject CD key next
to the CD loading slot to eject CDs. See CD Player
on page 95 for more information.
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X DVD (Eject Map Database DVD): Press the
eject DVD key next to the DVD loading slot to
eject the map DVD. See “Installing the Map DVD”
under Maps on page 67 for more information.
Power/Volume Knob: Press the power/volume
knob to turn the audio and navigation systems on
and off. Turn the knob to increase or decrease
the volume to the audio system.
g (Voice Recognition): Press this key to
activate the voice recognition system. See Voice
Recognition on page 108 for more information.
NAV (Navigation): Press this key to access the
map screen. If this key is pressed when a map
screen is displayed and you are in route guidance,
the system will repeat the last voice command.
SRCE (Source): Press this key to access
the audio source screen. See Navigation Audio
System on page 82.
e / z (Audio/Screen Adjust): Press this key to
access the Audio Adjust and Screen Adjust
screens. See Navigation Audio System on
page 82.
QO SEEK R (Seek/Tune): Press the
seek/tune arrows to go to the next or previous
radio station and stay there, or to tune in a station.
See Navigation Audio System on page 82.
Alpha-Numeric Keypad
Letters of the alphabet, symbols, punctuation, and
numbers will be displayed on the navigation
screen as an alpha or numeric keypad. The alpha
keypad will be displayed when the system
needs input of a city or street name. Touch the
Sym. (symbol) screen button at the bottom of the
alpha keypad to access the numeric keypad
when inputting a house address, punctuation mark,
or other character. Touch A - Z to return to the
alpha keypad.
All characters are touch-sensitive screen buttons.
Touch a character to select it.
U (Space): Touch this screen button to enter a
space between characters or the words of a name.
V (Back space): Touch this screen button if an
incorrect character has been selected.
To make name selections easier, the system will
only allow you to select a character which can
follow the last one entered. For example, if a Z is
entered, a T will not be available to select. The
system will highlight the available characters.
If a name is not available after input, it may need
to be inputted differently, the map DVD database
may not contain that information, or the correct
search area has not been selected. See Database
Coverage Explanations on page 80 for more
information.
Touch-Sensitive Buttons
Touch-sensitive buttons, or screen buttons, are
located on the screen. When a screen button has
been selected, a beep will sound. These buttons
will be highlighted when a feature is available.
There are also some toggle screen buttons that will
be light color when active.
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Nav. (Navigation) Menu
Enter Destination
Press the NAV hard key to access the map
screen. Press the MENU touch screen button on
the map screen.
Press the < Enter Destination screen button to
access the ENTER DESTINATION screen.
From this screen, several options are available to
plan a route by entering destination points.
Once a destination entry is complete, regardless
of which method was used, a map screen with the
destination previewed will display. You can
change route preferences, route options, map
appearances, or add a waypoint at this time.
You may also set the destination without making
any further changes. See “Getting Started on Your
Route” later in this section for more information
on your choices once a destination has been
entered.
This menu has two pages. To view the second
page, press the 1/2 arrow button.
From this screen all of the navigation system
features can be accessed.
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Region
The ENTER DESTINATION screen displays a
map of the United States and a part of Canada
divided into 11 regions.
Before selecting a destination entry method,
review the search area map to make sure your
destination is located in the highlighted region.
Touch the Region screen button from the ENTER
DESTINATION screen to see a list of states
included in the highlighted region, or to change
the region. The SEARCH AREA screen will
display. Touch the numbered screen button to the
left of the search area map that corresponds
with the numbered region you wish to select or to
view a list of states included in that region.
Touch the down arrow to the left of the search
area map to select CAN (Canada). Once the
region has been selected, the region will
be highlighted on the map. Touch the back key to
return to the ENTER DESTINATION screen.
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Address
The address destination entry method allows you
to input an address by providing the system
with a street name or city.
2 Address: Touch this screen button to access
the ADDRESS screen. You can enter the
address one of two ways: street first or city first.
To input the street name first, do the following:
1. Touch the Street screen button from the
address menu and start inputting the street
name using the alpha keypad.
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A list of available street names will
automatically display if there are less than
five street names available. Select the
List screen button at any time to view the
available street names. The box at the end of
the Street entry field will contain the number
of street names available in the current
generated list.
2. Select the desired street name with the correct
designation (Dr., Ln, St., etc.) from the list.
3. If the system determines that the street is
found in only one city within the search
area that city will automatically be selected.
If there is more than one city, the system
will display the list of cities that have a street
with that name. Select a city from the list
or select the Input Name screen button to input
the city name.
4. The house number screen will display, enter
the house number using the numeric keypad.
5. Once the correct house number is selected,
press the OK screen button.
A map screen will appear with the destination
marked.
6. Select the h (destination) symbol screen
button.
7. Select the Guide screen button.
See “Getting Started on Your Route” later in
this section for more information.
To input the city name first, do the following:
1. Touch the City screen button.
2. Select from the choices shown on the city
screen: Any City, 5 Nearest Cities, Input
City Name, or from the Last 5 Cities used.
• Any City — The system will request input of
a street name, then generate a list of all
cities containing that street name. Select a
city from the list.
• 5 Nearest Cities — The system will display a
list of five cities closest to your vehicle’s
current position. Select a city from the list.
• Input City Name — The keypad will display
for inputting the city name. Input the city
name and then select the city from the list.
• Last 5 Cities — The city names of the last
five cities that were stored as a previous
destination will display. Select a city from
the list.
3. The screen to input the street name and
house number will display. Input the street
name using the alpha keypad. A list of
available street names will display if there are
less than five street names available.
Select the List screen button at any time to
view the available street names. The box
at the end of the Street entry field will contain
the number of street names available in
the current generated list.
4. Select the desired street name with the correct
designation (Dr., Ln, St., etc.) from the list.
5. The house number screen will display, enter
the house number using the numeric keypad.
Once the correct house number is selected,
a map screen will appear with the destination
marked.
6. Select the h (destination) symbol screen
button.
7. Select the Guide screen button.
See “Getting Started on Your Route” later in
this section for more information.
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Point of Interest (POI)
The Point of Interest (POI) destination entry
method allows you to select a destination from the
POI list.
K Point of Interest: Touch this screen button
from the ENTER DESTINATION screen to access
the POINT OF INTEREST screen. This screen has
three options to select/input the destination. Either
input the name of the POI using the alpha keypad,
select a category from the category list, or select
the city by selecting the City screen button.
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To input the POI name, do the following:
1. Use the alpha keypad to enter the POI name.
Touch Sym. (symbol) to select symbols and
numbers for the POI, touch Others to
select special characters for the POI, or touch
A - Z to return to the alpha keypad.
A list of POIs will appear using the information
from the alpha keypad input. A list of available
POIs will display when there are less than
five POIs available. Touch the List screen
button at any time to view the available POIs.
2. Select the desired POI from the list.
3. If the system determines that the POI is found
in only one city within the search area that
city will automatically be selected.
If there is more than one city, the system will
display the list of cities that have a POI
with that name. Select a city from the list or
select the Input Name screen button to
input the city name.
Once all of the information is selected, a map
screen will appear with the destination
marked.
4. Select the h (destination) symbol screen
button.
5. Select the Guide screen button.
See “Getting Started on Your Route” later in
this section for more information.
To select a POI from a category, do the following:
1. Touch the Category screen button from the
POINT OF INTEREST screen to view a list
of POI categories.
2. Select a category, and then a sub-category.
3. The system will display available POIs in the
selected sub-category or if the list is too long
the system will display the alpha keypad.
4. If the alpha keypad is displayed, input the POI
name until a list of available POIs appear.
5. Select the POI from the list.
6. If the system determines that the POI is found
in only one city within the search area that
city will automatically be selected.
If there is more than one city, the system will
display the list of cities that have a POI
with that name. Select a city from the list or
select the Input Name screen button to
input the city name.
Once all of the information is selected, a map
screen will appear with the destination
marked.
7. Select the h (destination) symbol screen
button.
8. Select the Guide screen button.
See “Getting Started on Your Route” later in
this section for more information.
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To select a POI by inputting a city name, do the
following:
1. Select the City screen button, then select: Any
City, 5 Nearest Cities, Input City Name, or
from the Last 5 Cities used.
• Any City — The system will request input of
a POI name, then generate a list of all
cities containing that POI name. Select a
city from the list.
• 5 Nearest Cities — The system will display a
list of five cities closest to your vehicle’s
current position. Select a city from the list.
• Input City Name — The keypad will display
for inputting the city name. Input the city
name and then select the city from the list.
• Last 5 Cities — The city names of the last
five cities that were stored as a previous
destination will display. Select a city from
the list.
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2. Use the alpha keypad to enter the POI name.
Touch Sym. (symbol) to select symbols and
numbers for the POI, touch Others to
select special characters for the POI, or touch
A - Z to return to the alpha keypad.
3. A list of POIs will appear using the information
from the alpha keypad input. A list of available
POIs will display when there are less than
five POIs available. Touch the List screen
button at any time to view the list of
available POIs.
4. Select the desired POI from the list.
A map screen will appear with the destination
marked.
5. Select the h (destination) symbol screen
button.
6. Select the Guide screen button.
See “Getting Started on Your Route” later in
this section for more information.
Map
The map destination entry method allows you to
select a destination by scrolling on the map.
I Select from Map: Touch this screen button
from the ENTER DESTINATION screen to
enter the map destination entry method, then do
the following:
1. Touch the map for the desired area you wish
to set as your destination.
2. Use the zoom in/out function to view the
direction of the desired area.
3. Pressing/holding and dragging on the map will
activate fast scrolling. Press/touch once on
the area to which you would like to move the
current position mark.
Once the scroll symbol is on the location, the
address information will display on the
map screen.
4. Select the h (destination) symbol screen
button.
5. Select the Guide screen button.
See “Getting Started on Your Route” later in
this section for more information.
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Emergency
The emergency destination entry method allows
you to enter a destination by selecting from
three categories: Police Station, Hospital, or
Dealer.
To use this destination entry method, do the
following:
1. Select a category. A list of destination(s) will
display with the name of the destination and
the distance from your vehicle’s current
position.
2. Select a destination point from the list. Touch
Name Sort to sort the list by name, or Dist
Sort to sort the list by distance from the
vehicle’s current position.
After selecting a destination from the list, a
map screen will appear with the destination
marked.
3. Select the h (destination) symbol screen
button.
4. Select the Guide screen button.
See “Getting Started on Your Route” later in
this section for more information.
| Emergency: Touch this screen button from
the ENTER DESTINATION screen to access
the EMERGENCY screen. The system will display
the address, longitude, and latitude information
of your vehicles current position.
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Memory Points
The memory points destination entry method
allows you to select a destination from a list of
points that have been previously stored.
To store, edit, and delete memory points see
Stored Locations on page 40 for more information.
To use this destination entry method, do the
following:
1. Select the category/folder in which the
memory point has been stored. Select
from PERSONAL, BUSINESS,
ENTERTAINMENT, or MARKED POINT
folders.
2. Sort the list by distance, icon, name or date
stored.
3. Select the desired memory point.
After selecting a memory point from the list, a
map screen will appear with the destination
marked.
4. Select the h (destination) symbol screen
button.
5. Select the Guide screen button.
See “Getting Started on Your Route” later in
this section for more information.
N Memory Point: Touch this screen button from
the DESTINATION ENTRY screen to access
the MEMORY POINTS screen.
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Previous Destination
The previous destination entry method allows you
to select a destination from a list of previous
destination points.
h Previous Destination: Touch this screen
button from the ENTER DESTINATION screen to
access the PREVIOUS DEST screen. The
system will store up to 100 points that have been
previously input. As new destinations are
entered, the system will automatically delete the
oldest destinations and add the new entries.
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To use the previous destination entry method, do
the following:
1. Select a previous destination from the list.
Use the Sort by Name/Date function as
necessary. Also from this menu you can select
the previous start point option. This option
is available while the vehicle is moving.
To use the previous start point option from the
PREVIOUS DEST screen, select the
Previous Start Point screen button.
2. After selecting a destination from the list, a
map screen will appear with the destination
marked.
3. Select the h (destination) symbol screen
button.
4. Select the Guide screen button.
See “Getting Started on Your Route” later in
this section for more information.
Intersection
The intersection destination entry method allows
you to set two intersecting streets as your
destination.
? Intersection: Touch this screen button from
the ENTER DESTINATION screen to access
the INTERSECTION screen.
To use this destination entry method, do the
following:
1. Enter the first of two streets in the intersection.
A list of available street names will display
when there are less than five available. Touch
the List screen button at any time to view
the available street names.
2. Select a street from the list, or continue to
spell the street name to further reduce the
number of available street names.
3. After the first street has been selected, enter
the second street name. The List button may
again become available.
4. Select the second street from the list, or
continue to spell the street name to further
reduce the number of available street names.
After both streets have been selected, a map
screen will appear with the destination marked.
5. Select the h (destination) symbol screen
button.
6. Select the Guide screen button.
See “Getting Started on Your Route” later in
this section for more information.
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Freeway Entrance/Exit
The freeway entrance/exit destination entry
method allows you to select a destination by
entering a freeway entrance or exit point.
= Freeway Ent (Entrance)/Exit: Touch this
screen button from the ENTER DESTINATION
screen to access the FREEWAY ENT/EXIT
screen.
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To use this destination entry method, do the
following:
1. Enter the freeway name. Use abbreviations,
such as I - 75, rather than spelling out
Interstate.
The system will display a list of freeways.
2. Select a freeway from the list, and select
whether you want an entrance point or an
exit point.
Select an exit/entrance point from the list or
input the point by name. Sort the list by name
or by distance.
After selecting a point from the list, a map
screen will appear with the destination marked.
3. Select the h (destination) symbol screen
button.
4. Select the Guide screen button.
See “Getting Started on Your Route” later in
this section for more information.
Phone Number
The phone number destination entry method
allows you to select a destination by entering a
phone number. The phone number must be in the
list of POIs that is contained on the map DVD
for the system to retrieve the destination.
U Phone Number: Touch this screen button
from the ENTER DESTINATION screen to access
the PHONE NUMBER screen.
To use this destination entry method, do the
following:
1. Input the phone number of a POI using the
numeric keypad.
If the phone number can be found on the map
DVD, a map screen will appear with the
destination marked. If the phone number is
dependent on the area code, a list of POIs will
appear to select from. Once a POI is
selected, a map screen will appear with the
destination marked.
2. Select the h (destination) symbol screen
button.
3. Select the Guide screen button.
See “Getting Started on Your Route” later in
this section for more information.
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Coordinates
The coordinates destination entry method allows
you to select a destination by entering latitude and
longitude coordinates.
) Coordinates: Touch this screen button from
the ENTER DESTINATION screen to access
the COORDINATES screen.
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To use this destination entry method, do the
following:
1. Touch N (North) or S (South) next to
LAT (latitude) to enter the direction of
the latitude coordinate.
2. Input the numeric portion of the latitude
coordinate using the keypad.
3. Touch E (East) or W (West) next to
LONG (longitude) to enter the direction
of the longitude coordinate.
4. Input the numeric portion of the longitude
coordinate using the keypad.
5. Once both coordinates are entered, touch the
OK screen button.
A map screen will appear with the destination
marked.
If the coordinates are outside of the coverage
area on the map, you will be informed that
there is no information on that location.
6. Select the h (destination) symbol screen
button.
7. Select the Guide screen button.
See “Getting Started on Your Route” later in
this section for more information.
2. Select the h (destination) symbol screen
button.
3. Select the Guide screen button.
See “Getting Started on Your Route” later in
this section for more information.
Preset Destination
Home
The preset destination entry method allows
you to set a destination by choosing from one of
five previously stored destinations. Besides
home, these are the only destinations available to
set while the vehicle is moving.
To store, edit, or delete a preset destination, see
“Dest. & Way Pt. (Destination & Way Point”
under Stored Locations on page 40.
This feature allows you to plan a route to
one previously stored destination that you have
selected as a home. If a home destination is
not stored, the home button will not be available.
Besides preset destinations one through five,
this destination is the only other one available to
set while the vehicle is moving or by voice
recognition.
To use this destination entry method, do the
following:
To store, edit, or delete a home location, see
Stored Locations on page 40.
1. Select a preset destination number button
from the ENTER DESTINATION screen.
The screen buttons are located on the bottom
of the screen.
A map screen will appear with the destination
marked.
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L (Home): Touch this screen button from the
ENTER DESTINATION screen to set a home
destination.
Getting Started on Your Route
Once a destination has been entered, you can
perform one of the following options:
To use this destination entry method, do the
following:
1. Touch the Home button from the ENTER
DESTINATION screen.
2. The system will then set your preset home
destination as the current destination. To
store a preset home destination, see Stored
Locations on page 40.
A map screen will appear with the destination
marked.
3. Select the h (destination) symbol screen
button.
4. Select the Guide screen button.
See “Getting Started on Your Route” later in
this section for more information.
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h (Destination): Touch this button to set the
entered destination as it is, without further
adjustment.
o (Waypoint): Touch this button to enter this
point as a waypoint along the route. This feature
allows you to enter up to five stops on the
way to your destination. See “Dest. & Way Pt.
(Destination & Way Point)” under Stored Locations
on page 40 for more information about adding
and deleting waypoints.
Route Preference: Touch this screen button to
access the ROUTE PREFERENCES screen
to adjust the route preferences. The current setting
is displayed in the Route Preference section of
the map screen. See “Route Pref.” under
Route Options on page 60 for more information.
Once the route preferences have been set, the
system will display the map screen.
After selecting the h (destination) symbol, the
following screen buttons will become available.
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Three Routes
The 3 routes screen will give you a selection of
selecting three different routes to get you to
your destinations. To use the 3 routes option, do
the following:
1. Select the 3 routes button on the map screen.
Chg. (Change) Route: Touch this screen button
to go to the Route Options menu. See Route
Options on page 60 for more information.
Guide: Touch this screen button to start route
and voice prompt guidance.
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The system will calculate up to three different
versions of your current route in three
different colors: Quick, Normal, and Short. The
routes are shown with distance to destination
and estimated travel time, or select the
Info screen button to access the INFO FOR
3 ROUTES screen. From this screen, you can
view the following information:
• G (Estimated Travel Time) — This icon
shows the route’s estimated time of travel.
• J (Straight-Line Distance) — This icon
shows the route’s straight-line distance to
destination.
• W (Toll Road) — This icon shows the
distance traveled on toll roads.
• c (Freeway Travel) — This icon shows the
distance traveled on freeways.
• b (Ferry) — This icon shows the distance
traveled by ferry.
• { (Time Restricted Roads) — This icon
shows the distance traveled on
time-restricted roads.
2. Select the Quick, Normal, or Short screen
button.
A map screen will appear with the destination
marked.
3. Select the Guide screen button to start route
and voice guidance.
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Stored Locations
Select the N Stored Locations screen button
from the NAV. MENU to access the STORED
LOCATIONS screen. From this screen, you can
access the following options:
To store a point:
1. Touch the Memory Points screen button from
the STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select one of the folders/categories listed.
Memory Points
N Memory Points: This feature allows you to
store memory points. You can store them in
the four categories listed: Personal, Business,
Entertainment, and Marked Point. These category
names can be changed for your convenience.
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3. Select the Add screen button.
4. Select the desired method of entering a
destination to enter the memory point.
See Enter Destination on page 20 for more
information. A map screen will appear
displaying the selected memory point location.
5. If available, touch the INFO button to view the
address information of the selected point.
6. Touch OK to store the point as a memory point.
To edit the name of a stored point:
1. Touch the Memory Points screen button from
the STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the folder/category that the memory
point exists in.
3. Select the List screen button.
4. Select the memory point to edit. Use the sort
feature to sort by distance, icon, name, or
date as needed.
5. Touch the Name screen button from the EDIT
MEMORY POINT screen.
6. Use the backspace screen button to delete
the current name or use the alpha keypad to
make changes.
Select the Show Name On screen button to
have the name of the point appear on the map
screen.
7. Touch the back screen button to store the
change.
To change the icon associated with a memory
point:
1. Touch the Memory Points screen button from
the STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the folder/category that the memory
point exists in.
3. Select the List screen button.
4. Select the memory point to edit. Use the sort
feature to sort by distance, icon, name, or
date as needed.
5. Touch the Icon screen button from the EDIT
MEMORY POINT screen.
6. Select the desired icon. There are two pages
(52) icons, six icons that have sounds
associated with them, and a No Icon button to
select from.
Select the With Sound screen button, and the
sound icons will display. To hear the sound
of the icon, touch the Sound screen button
next to each icon. If the sound icons are used,
the associated sound will be heard when
the vehicle is approximately 650 ft (200 m)
from the memory point.
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Select the No Icon screen button to not have
an icon associated with the point.
The new icon will display in the EDIT
MEMORY POINT screen, next to the Icon
screen button.
7. Touch the back screen button to store the
change.
To move the memory point from one folder/
category to another:
1. Touch the Memory Points screen button from
the STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the folder/category that the memory
point currently exists in.
3. Select the List screen button.
4. Select the memory point to edit. Use the sort
feature to sort by distance, icon, name, or
date as needed.
5. Touch the Category screen button from the
EDIT MEMORY POINT screen.
6. Touch the new folder/category button you
want to move the memory point to.
The system will display a message confirming
the move.
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To modify the position of the stored point:
1. Touch the Memory Points screen button from
the STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the folder/category that the memory
point exists in.
3. Select the List screen button.
4. Select the memory point to edit. Use the sort
feature to sort by distance, icon, name, or
date as needed.
5. Touch the Position screen button from the
EDIT MEMORY POINT screen.
The system will display the map screen with
the destination marked.
6. Touch the map to move the position of the
memory point.
7. Touch OK when you have moved the memory
point to the appropriate location.
8. The system will return to the EDIT MEMORY
POINT screen and will display the new
address, longitude, and latitude for the
changed memory point.
To change the phone number of a memory point:
1. Touch the Memory Points screen button
from the STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the folder/category that the memory
point exists in.
3. Select the List screen button.
4. Select the memory point to edit. Use the sort
feature to sort by distance, icon, name, or
date as needed.
5. Touch the Tel. (telephone) screen button from
the EDIT MEMORY POINT screen.
6. Use the numeric keypad to change the phone
number.
7. Touch OK to store the changed phone number.
To delete a memory point:
1. Touch the Memory Points screen button from
the STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the folder/category that the memory
point exists in.
3. Select the Delete screen button.
4. Select the memory point to delete from the
DELETE POINT screen. Use the sort feature to
sort by distance, icon, name or date as needed.
5. The system will display the map screen with
the position address and a pop-up
confirmation message. Select Yes to delete
the point; select No to return to the DELETE
POINTS screen and not delete the point.
To delete all of the memory points in a
folder/category:
1. Touch the Memory Points screen button from
the STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the desired folder/category.
3. Select the Del.All screen button.
4. The system will display a pop-up confirmation
message. Select Yes to delete all the points
in the folder/category; select No to cancel
the operation.
To change the name of the folder/category:
1. Touch the Memory Points screen button from
the STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the desired folder/category.
3. Select the Edit Category screen button.
4. Use the alpha keypad to change the name of
the folder/category.
5. Touch the OK screen button to save the
changes.
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Avoid Area
3 Avoid Area: This feature allows you to store
an area to be avoided while planning a route.
Up to 10 points can be stored.
To store an avoid area point, do the following:
1. Touch the Avoid Area screen button from the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Touch the Add screen button from the AVOID
AREA screen.
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3. Select the desired method of entering a
destination to enter the memory point.
See Enter Destination on page 20 for more
information. A map screen will appear
displaying the selected memory point location.
4. If desired, reduce or enlarge the area around
the point you want to avoid by using the
Reduce or Enlarge screen buttons.
It is recommended that when avoiding
locations on freeways, you reduce the avoid
area to the minimum scale. This will produce
an X on the map rather than a box. This
will ensure that the system knows you want to
avoid the freeway itself, not necessarily the
area around the freeway.
5. Touch OK to store the area.
To change the name of the point to be avoided:
1. Touch the Avoid Area screen button from the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Touch the List screen button from the AVOID
AREA screen.
3. Select the point to be changed.
4. Touch the Name screen button.
5. Use the alpha keypad to add or to change
the name.
Select the Show Name On screen button to
have the name of the point appear on the map
screen.
6. Touch the OK screen button to save the
changes.
To change the position of the point to be avoided:
1. Touch the Avoid Area screen button from
the STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Touch the List screen button from the AVOID
AREA screen.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Select the point to be changed.
Touch the Position screen button.
Touch the map to move the location.
If desired, reduce or enlarge the area around
the point you want to avoid by using the
Reduce or Enlarge screen buttons.
7. Touch OK to store the area.
To delete a point to be avoided:
1. Touch the Avoid Area screen button from the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Touch the Delete screen button from the
AVOID AREA screen.
3. Select the point to delete. Use the scrolling
arrows as needed.
4. The system will display the map screen
with the name of the point and a pop-up
confirmation message. Touch Yes to have
the point deleted; touch No to cancel the
function.
To delete all of the points to be avoided:
1. Touch the Avoid Area screen button from the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Touch the Del.All screen button from the
AVOID AREA screen.
3. The system will display a pop-up confirmation
message. Touch Yes to have all of the points
deleted; touch No to cancel the function.
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Destination & Waypoint
6 Dest. & Way Pt. (Destination &
Waypoint): Waypoints are destinations that can
be added to your route before reaching the
final destination. Waypoints can be added before
or after entering a final destination. Waypoints
that were entered prior to setting a final
destination, will delete if a final destination has not
been entered. Up to five points can be stored
as waypoints.
To add a waypoint:
1. Touch the Dest. & Way Pt. screen button from
the STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Touch the Add screen button from the DEST.
& WAY POINT screen.
3. Using the desired method of entering a
destination, enter the way point. See
Enter Destination on page 20 for more
information.
A map screen will appear with the way point
marked.
4. Select the o (Way point) symbol on the map
screen to save the way point.
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5. Repeat Steps 2 - 6 to add up to five way
points to your route. After the first waypoint
has been saved, the ADD WAY POINT screen
will appear and the waypoint will be on the
screen. The second through the fifth waypoint
will not appear on the ADD WAY POINT
screen until the ADD button, next to the
corresponding waypoint row, is pressed. After
the ADD button has been pressed, the
system will return to the STORED
LOCATIONS screen.
To change the order of the waypoints:
1. Touch the Dest. & Way Pt. screen button from
the STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Touch the List screen button from the DEST. &
WAY POINT screen.
3. From the CHANGE ORDER screen, select on
the addresses, in the order you would like them
to fall on the route. After selecting the address
line, a number, indicating the order, will appear
next to the corresponding row.
4. Select OK to save the changes. The system
will return to the STORED LOCATIONS
screen.
To change the location of a way point:
1. Touch the Dest. & Way Pt. screen button from
the STORED LOCATIONS screen.
To delete a way point from the current route:
1. Touch the Dest. & Way Pt. screen button from
the STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Touch the List screen button from the DEST. &
WAY POINT screen.
3. Touch the Chg. Loc. screen button from the
CHANGE ORDER screen.
4. From the CHANGE LOCATION screen, select
the address of the location to change. A map
screen will display with the destination
marked.
5. Touch on the map to move the location of the
waypoint.
6. Touch the OK screen button to save the
changes. The system will return to the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Touch the Delete screen button from the
DEST. & WAY POINT screen.
3. Select the way point/destination to delete.
4. The system will display a pop-up confirmation
message. Choose Yes to delete the way
point; touch No to cancel this operation.
To delete all of the way points on the route:
1. Touch the Dest. & Way Pt. screen button from
the STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Touch the Del.All screen button from the
DEST. & WAY POINT screen.
3. The system will display the map screen with a
pop-up confirmation message. Choose Yes to
delete all of the way points; touch No to
cancel this operation.
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Home
L Home: This feature allows you to store, delete,
and edit a home point destination.
4. Set the destination and touch OK.
5. Touch OK on the map screen and the
destination will be stored. The home icon will
now be highlighted on the ENTER
DESTINATION screen.
To edit the home destination, do the following:
1. Touch the Home screen button from the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select List from the HOME screen to change
the location.
3. Touch the map to move the location of the
point.
4. Touch OK to save the change.
To store the home destination, do the following:
1. Touch the Home screen button from the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the Add screen button.
3. Select a destination entry method from the
SET HOME screen. See Enter Destination
on page 20 for more information.
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To delete the home point, do the following:
1. Touch the Home screen button from the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select Delete from the HOME screen.
3. The system will display the map screen with a
pop-up confirmation message. Select Yes to
delete the stored home position; select
No to cancel the operation.
Previous Destination
B Previous Dest. (Previous Destination): The
system will automatically store up to 100 points
that have been previously input. As new
destinations are entered, the system will
automatically delete the oldest destinations and
add the new entries. See Enter Destination
on page 20 for more information.
To delete a specific destination from the previous
destinations list, do the following:
1. Touch the Previous Dest. screen button from
the STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Touch the Delete screen button.
3. Select a destination from the list.
4. The system will display the map screen with a
pop-up confirmation message. Select Yes to
delete the stored destination; select No to
cancel the operation.
To delete all destinations from the previous
destinations list, do the following:
1. Touch the Previous Dest. screen button from
the STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Touch the Del.All screen button.
3. The system will display the map screen with a
pop-up confirmation message. Select Yes to
delete all of the stored destinations; select
No to cancel the operation.
Preset Destination
A Preset Dest. (Preset Destination): This
feature allows you to store up to five preset
destinations. These destinations are stored on the
numbered buttons shown on the bottom of the
ENTER DESTINATION screen.
To store a preset destination, do the following:
1. Touch the Preset Dest. screen button from the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select Add to add a preset destination, then
select the numbered preset button for the
destination to appear as.
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3. Select a destination entry method from the
STORE PRESET DEST. screen. See Enter
Destination on page 20 for more information.
4. Set the destination and touch OK.
5. Touch OK on the map screen and the
destination will be stored. The preset
destination number will now be highlighted on
the ENTER DESTINATION screen.
To edit the name of a preset destination, do the
following:
1. Touch the Preset Dest. screen button from
the STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the List screen button.
3. Select the preset destination to edit.
4. Touch the Name screen button and use the
alpha keypad to edit or add the name.
Select the Show Name On screen button to
have the name appear on the map screen.
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5. Touch the OK screen button to save the
change.
The new name will display.
To change the position of a preset destination, do
the following:
1. Touch the Preset Dest. screen button from
the STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the List screen button.
3. Select the preset destination to change.
4. Touch the Position screen button from the
EDIT PRESET DEST. screen. The system
will display the map screen with the
destination marked.
5. Touch the map to move the position of the
memory point.
6. Touch the OK screen button to save the
change.
To add or change the phone number of a preset
destination, do the following:
1. Touch the Preset Dest. screen button from
the STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the List screen button.
3. Select the preset destination to change.
4. Touch the Tel. (telephone) screen button and
use the numeric keypad to input or change
the phone number.
5. Touch the OK screen button to save the
change.
To delete a preset destination:
1. Touch the Preset Dest. screen button from
the STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the Delete screen button.
3. Select the memory point to delete from the
DELETE PRESET DEST. screen.
4. The system will display the map screen with
the position address and a pop-up confirmation
message. Select Yes to delete the point; select
No to cancel the operation and to return to the
DELETE PRESET DEST. screen.
To delete all of the preset destinations:
1. Touch the Preset Dest. screen button from
the STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the Del.All screen button.
3. The system will display a pop-up confirmation
message. Select Yes to delete all of the
preset destinations; select No to cancel the
operation.
Memory Point Icons Display: Select this screen
button to display memory point icons on the map.
The button will be highlighted when the memory
point icons are being displayed on the map.
Calculate: Touch this button to calculate your
route. This button is available after a destination
has been set.
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Navigation Set Up
Two-Dimensional/Three-Dimensional
(2D/3D) View
8 2D/3D View: Touch this screen button from
the NAVIGATION SET UP screen. This feature
allows you to change the view of the map between
a 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional view.
Select the MENU screen button to access the
NAV. MENU screen.
I Navigation Set Up: Touch this screen
button from the NAV. MENU screen to access the
NAVIGATION SET UP screen. Several system
options are available for adjustment.
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Map Screen 2D/3D: This will change the view of
all map screens.
Guidance Screen 2D/3D: This will change the
view of the map screen while driving during route
guidance.
Quick POI Selection
C Quick POI Selection: This feature allows
you to select the POI categories you want
available on the Quick POI (Q-POI) screen.
n / q (Scroll Arrows): Select the up or down
arrows to tilt the view of the map screen.
4 (Back): Select this screen button to save the
changes.
Default: Press this button to cancel your changes
and go back to the default settings (2D and 2D).
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To replace the default POI categories on the
Quick POI (Q-POI) screen, do the following:
1. Select the C Quick POI Selection screen
button from the NAVIGATION SET UP menu.
This screen will display the list of POI
categories.
2. Select the POI category that you would like to
change. The category to change will display
with the list of categories to select from.
Select the All Category List screen button to
display all categories and sub-categories.
3. Select a different POI category. The POI
category icon to change will be replaced
with the new POI category icon at the top of
the screen. This POI will now be available
on the Q-POI screen.
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Quick POI
Once categories have been selected on the Q-POI
SELECTION screen, the POI categories are
now available on the Quick POI screen. From this
screen you can select the POI icons that you
would like to display on the map screen. You can
either select a POI for a final destination or as
a waypoint. The Quick POI screen is available
when the scale is 1⁄2 mile (1 km) or less.
To use the QUICK POI
screen, select the POI
screen button from
the map screen.
All Local POIs
The POI categories that were selected on the
Q-POI SELECTION screen will display.
To have the POI icons appear on the map screen,
select the POI category. The POI category icon
will display at the top of the screen.
List Categories: Select this screen button to
display more categories to select from.
1. Select this screen button to select a POI as a
destination. A list of all of the local POIs
within a 5 mi. (8 km) radius of your vehicle’s
current position will display. This list is
generated from the POI categories that have
been selected and appear at the top of
the QUICK POI screen.
Use the Sort by Dist. (distance), Icon, Name,
or Route screen buttons. Use the up and
down scroll arrow screen buttons to scroll
through the list.
2. Select the POI. The map screen will display
with the scroll symbol around the selected
POI. The name and the POI information will
also display on the map screen.
3. Select the h (destination) symbol screen
button.
4. Select the Guide screen button.
See “Getting Started on Your Route” for more
information.
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All Category List: This screen button will appear
once the List Categories screen button has
been selected. Press this screen button to display
a list of sub-categories.
Show: Select this screen button to display the
map screen.
Calibration
5 Calibration: Touch this screen button from the
NAVIGATION SET UP screen. This feature
allows you to recalibrate the navigation system.
Delete: To delete a category, do one of the
following:
• To delete the last added POI category, select
the Delete screen button.
• To delete a specific POI category, select that
POI category from the list.
POI Off: Select this screen button to delete all of
the POI categories in the list.
The Calibration screen, allows the adjustment of
your vehicle’s position or the vehicle speed signal.
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To correct the position of your vehicle on the map
(for example, if your vehicle has been shipped)
or to change to the current position.
1. Select the Position/Direction screen button.
The map screen will display with your
vehicle’s current position.
2. To change your vehicle’s position, touch the
map screen.
Use the zoom in/out function to view the
direction of the desired area.
Pressing/holding and dragging on the map will
activate fast scrolling. Press/touch once on
the area to which you would like to move the
current position mark.
3. Touch the OK screen button once your
vehicle is in the current position.
If a route had already been set, the map
screen will display, select Guide to change
your route to your vehicle’s new position.
Once the process of changing your vehicle’s
current position is complete, the map
screen will display with rotate arrow screen
buttons around your vehicle.
4. To change the direction of your vehicle, press
either arrow screen button to rotate your
vehicle to the correct direction.
5. Once your vehicle is facing the correct
direction, select the OK screen button.
See Problems with Route Guidance on page 78
for more information.
If there are tire pressure differences or a spare
tire is installed, the system will automatically
re-calibrate the system but it may take longer.
To calibrate the vehicle speed signal, touch
the Distance screen button. See Vehicle
Positioning on page 77 for more information.
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User Settings
From this screen, you can adjust the following:
J User Settings: Touch this screen button from
Road Restriction Warnings: This option instructs
the system to notify you when the current route
has traffic restrictions.
the NAVIGATION SET UP screen. This feature
allows you to turn on and off several route options.
Arrival Time G (Time of Arrival): This option will
display the estimated time of arrival to the
destination.
Arrival Time \ (Time to Destination): This
option will display the amount of drive time
estimated to arrive at the destination.
Guidance Screen: This option will turn the
guidance screen on and off.
Freeway Information: This option will display
freeway exit information. This is only available on
freeways during route guidance.
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Restore System Defaults
D Restore System Defaults: Select this
feature from the NAVIGATION SET UP screen to
change all adjustable system settings to factory
defaults.
Average speed Default: Select this option to set
the average speed to default. The system monitors
the speed on different roads and updates the
average speed the vehicle travels at. This average
speed is used to calculate the time it will take to
reach the destination when you set a route.
Guidance Volume
> Guidance Volume: This feature allows you to
adjust the volume of voice guidance prompts.
Select Off to turn voice guidance prompts off.
OK: Select this screen button to restore the
system defaults.
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Route Options
Search Condition
H Search Conditn (Search Condition): This
feature will access the SEARCH CONDITION
screen.
Select Route Options from the NAV. MENU
screen to access the ROUTE OPTIONS screen.
This menu has many features to customize
route guidance. A route must first be set to use
these features. See Enter Destination on page 20
for more information on entering a destination.
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The search condition screen allows you to view
your current destination and to change the
planning methods between each destination. Each
distance between waypoints and final destination
can have an individual setting.
n / q (Scroll Arrows): Use the up and down
arrows to scroll through each route.
Quick/ Normal/Short: Select one of the route
preference options to change the planning method.
Calculate: After selecting the new methods,
select Calculate to plan the route with the changes.
The map screen will display.
Detour
7 Detour: Select a detour if there is
construction work, or traffic delays that prevent the
original route from being used.
From this screen, you can select a 1 mile, 3 mile,
or 5 mile detour or select to detour the whole
route. After selecting the detour, the system will
calculate the alternate route and the new route will
display on the map screen.
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Route Preferences
F Route Pref. (Route Preferences): You can
select to have certain types of roads/ferries
included in your route. See “Getting Started on
Your Route” under Enter Destination on page 20
for more information.
The following route preferences can be selected
on or off:
c (Allow Major Roads): This feature allows the
system to use expressways when calculating a
route. If there is no way to reach your destination
without using major roads, the system will
automatically include major roads.
l (Allow Time Restricted Road): This feature
allows the system to use time restricted roads
when calculating a route. These are roads
that may be closed during the winter season.
W (Allow Toll Road): This feature allows the
system to use toll roads or pay roads when
calculating a route.
b (Allow Ferry): This feature allows the system
to use ferries when calculating a route.
Calculate: Select this screen button to update the
changes in the current route. The map screen
will display.
If any of these features are turned off, the button
will be dark and there will be a red slash
through the icon on the map screen.
Once the route preferences have been set, select
the back button to return to the previous screen.
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Destination and Waypoint
o Dest. & Way Pt. (Destination and
Waypoint): This feature allows you to edit the
selected destination and waypoints using this
screen. See “Dest. and Way Pt. (Destination and
Way Point)” under Stored Locations on page 40
for information on storing destinations and
waypoints.
Up to five waypoints and one destination can be
entered. The following functions are available:
Add: This button will access the Store Dest. &
Waypoint screen. You can add a waypoint
or change the destination.
List: Touch this button to change the order of the
stops in the route and to change the location of
the stops.
Delete/Del. All: These buttons allow you to delete
waypoints on the route or to delete the entire
route.
Display route
9 Display route: Select this button from the
ROUTE OPTIONS menu to view the entire route.
The start point and destination, the time it will
take to reach the destination, and distance,
including the distance that is routed on each road
type will display.
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Reroute: After selections have been made, press
the Reroute screen button to replan the route.
Delete: To cancel an avoided turn after the route
has been replanned, press the Delete screen
button. A list of all of the avoided turns will display.
Select the street that you want to add back to
the route. A confirmation window will display.
Select Yes to have the avoided street added back
to the route. The Turn List screen will display.
Turn List: Edit the route by selecting the Turn
List screen button. A list of every turn on the route
will display. With the turn list displayed, you can
select to avoid streets/turns on the route.
Avoid: To avoid a street, select the Avoid screen
button next to the turn. To cancel the avoided
turn, select Avoid again to deselect it.
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Del. All (Delete All): To cancel all of the avoided
turns after the route has been replanned, press
the Delete screen button. A list of all of the avoided
turns will display. Select the Del. All screen
button. A confirmation window will display. Select
Yes to have all of the avoided streets added
back to the route. The Turn List screen will display.
Route Preview
G Route Preview: Select this button from the
ROUTE OPTIONS menu to preview the entire
route in either direction and to edit the route.
bq (Scroll to Start Point): Touch this screen
button to start a smooth scroll of the route
backwards to the start point, previous waypoint, or
the previous available POI, depending on the
mode selected. Touch this button again to increase
the scroll speed.
j (Pause): Touch this screen button to pause
the smooth scroll. Push either scroll button ( b q
r h ) to restart the scroll.
rh (Scroll to Destination): Touch this screen
button to start a smooth scroll of the route toward
the destination, next waypoint or next available
POI, depending on the mode selected. Touch this
button again to increase the scroll speed.
Use the screen buttons at the bottom of the
navigation screen to move through the route.
bt (Skip to Start Point): Touch this screen
button to skip backward to the start point, the
previous waypoint, or the previous available POI,
depending on the mode selected.
uh (Skip to Destination): Touch this screen
button to skip forward to the destination, next
waypoint or next available POI, depending on the
mode selected.
Edit: Touch this screen button to change the way
the skip/scroll function operates. You can select to
have the skip/scroll go to the start point/destination
or to the next available POI or waypoint.
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Calculate: Touch this screen button to calculate
the route with the changes.
To next Dest. (Destination) or WP
(Waypoint): Select this button to have the
skip/scroll functions skip/scroll to the next
destination or waypoint.
To next POI: To select this option, a POI category
must be selected. Select this button to have the
skip/scroll functions skip/scroll to the next available
POI for the category. To change the POI category,
touch the corresponding screen button next to the
category. Touch the Delete screen button to have
no POIs appear on the map. The default POIs are
the same as those in the Quick POI group listing.
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Once the route has been calculated, this screen
will display. From this map screen, touch Guide to
begin route guidance or touch Chg. route to
return to the ROUTE OPTIONS screen.
Cancel Guidance: Touch this screen button to
cancel the current route.
Maps
Installing the DVD Map Disc
This section includes basic information that you
need to know about the map database.
When your vehicle is delivered from the factory,
the dealer may have installed the map DVD. If the
map DVD was not installed, do the following:
Regional Maps
The maps are stored on a DVD. The 48 contiguous
United States and portions of Canada are
contained on one disc.
If a regional map does not contain a specific city,
the map DVD may not contain the city or it
may be misspelled.
Refer to the Navigation System Map Disc manual
to view a detailed explanation of map coverage
and detailed city lists in each region. This manual
will be in the map DVD case when the vehicle
is delivered from the factory.
Read the following steps completely before
operating this feature.
1. Turn the ignition on.
2. Push the Z (open/close faceplate) button
and the faceplate will open.
3. Load the map DVD into the DVD slot by
inserting it partway. The system will pull it in.
4. Wait until the DVD is loaded properly and
then push the Z (open/close faceplate)
button to close the faceplate.
Once the map DVD is inserted correctly, the
system will display the CAUTION screen.
Agree: Touch this screen button to proceed to
the navigation system.
The map will appear showing your current vehicle
position.
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Ejecting the DVD Map Disc
Map Adjustments
When the DVD map disc is not loaded, you will
not be able to use the navigation portion of
the system.
1. Turn the ignition on.
The system allows you to adjust the scale of view
on the map. Also, as you drive, the map will
scroll automatically based on the direction you are
traveling.
2. Push the X (open/close faceplate) button
and the faceplate will open.
3. Press the X DVD key, located next to the
bottom slot. The disc will eject.
4. Wait until the DVD is ejected properly and
then push the X (open/close faceplate)
button to close the faceplate.
Map Scales
To view a larger or
smaller scale of the
map, touch the
map scale arrows.
Setting the Search Area
See Enter Destination on page 20 for information
on changing the search area.
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You can change the level of map detail by either
zooming in or zooming out using the arrow
screen buttons or by touching the scale on the
bar. The system will adjust the map accordingly.
The scale of a map can range from 1/32 of a
mile (0.05 km) to 128 miles (256 km).
Scrolling the Map
Symbols
Touch anywhere on the
map screen twice and
the scroll symbol
will appear. Use this
feature to scroll across
the map.
If scrolling while your vehicle is in PARK (P), the
system will scroll initially at a slower rate. It
will increase if you continue touching the map
screen.
If scrolling while your vehicle is in motion, the
system will scroll to that location and stop.
If you have used the scroll feature to scroll the
map and your vehicle icon becomes lost, press the
NAV (navigation) hard key to return to the
current vehicle location on the map.
The following symbols are the most common
symbols that will appear on a map screen.
Your vehicle is shown
as this symbol. It
indicates the current
position and heading
direction of your vehicle
on the map.
This symbol will appear
on the map after a route
has been planned
marking your final
destination.
You can use the scroll feature on the map to set a
destination. See “Map” under Enter Destination
on page 20 for more information.
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When a waypoint has
been planned, you will
see this symbol on
the map.
The waypoint symbol will be numbered from
1 through 5 depending on how many waypoints
have been set.
This symbol indicates
the distance to the final
destination. It only
appears when time is
not available.
This symbol indicates
the distance and the
estimated time
remaining to the final
destination or arrival
time, depending on the
option selected. See
Navigation Set Up
on page 52 for more
information.
This symbol shows the
straight-line distance to
the final destination.
This symbol may appear before you start driving
on the route or if you are on a road where
navigation guidance cannot be given. See
Database Coverage Explanations on page 80 for
more information.
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This symbol indicates
the map with North Up
(North Up mode).
While in North Up mode, North will always be at
the top of the map screen regardless of which
direction the vehicle is traveling. Touch this screen
symbol to switch between North Up and Heading
Up modes.
This Heading Up mode
symbol indicates the
map with the vehicle
travel direction up.
headed in the direction your vehicle is traveling.
Touch this screen symbol to switch between
Heading Up and North Up modes.
This No GPS symbol will
appear in the upper right
corner of the map screen
when your vehicle is not
receiving a Global
Positioning System
(GPS) satellite signal.
See Global Positioning System (GPS) on page 76
for more information.
When a name is too
long to be displayed, an
arrow symbol will
appear. Touch the right
or left arrow screen
button to scroll through
the entire name.
The shaded triangle indicates the North direction.
While in Heading Up mode, the direction your
vehicle is traveling will always be at the top of
the map screen. The vehicle icon will always be
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This symbol indicates
the position of the next
guidance maneuver.
Touch this symbol to set
the current route as the
destination.
Touch this symbol to
enter a waypoint along
the current route.
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Touch this symbol to
store the location on the
screen as a memory
point.
Map Appearance
Select this symbol from
the map screen to
display the map
appearance options.
Select from one of the following six options that
allow you different views and information of
the map screen. Availability of these options
depends on the current route. The current view
will be highlighted.
Select the single map
mode to display more of
the map with a window
that gives the direction
and distance to the
upcoming maneuver.
Select the dual view
symbol to display
two map screens that
will allow different scale
levels and heading
direction for each
window.
Touch anywhere inside the right screen and the
EDIT RIGHT SCREEN screen will display. Change
the scale level, 2D and 3D view, and to turn the
POIs on and off. To change the heading direction,
touch the north up or heading up symbol.
Select the turn list
symbol to display the
next three upcoming
maneuvers on the map
screen when on
route guidance.
Directional arrows, street name, and distance to
the next turn will display. As you approach the next
turn, the system will automatically display a
zoomed-in view of the upcoming maneuver.
Select the arrow
guidance symbol to
display the next turn on
the map screen
when on route
guidance.
Directional arrows, street name, and distance to
the next turn will display. As you approach the next
turn, the system will automatically display a
zoomed-in view of the upcoming maneuver.
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Select this symbol to
display only the next
maneuver along with a
small map of the
maneuver.
When approaching the next maneuver, the system
will display a guidance window of the maneuver.
This option can be turned off by the USER
SETTINGS screen.
Select the highway
guidance symbol to
display highway
guidance on the map
screen.
The upcoming exit number, distance to the exit,
available POIs at the exit, and a window with
the direction and distance to the next maneuver
will display.
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Use the up and down arrows to scroll through the
list. To view the available POIs for an exit,
select the exit, then select the Map screen button.
The system will display highway guidance any
time you have a planned route on a highway
or freeway. To turn this feature off, see “User
Settings” under Navigation Set Up on page 52 for
more information.
Auto Reroute
When a destination has been set and you are off
of the planned route, the system will automatically
plan a new route. The new route will be
highlighted on the screen.
Traveling Across Regions
When driving through regions, the map screen will
update to display your current location. To plan a
destination in a different region, you must change
the region for the map DVD to access the correct
information. To do so, do one of the following:
1. Change the selected region in the search area
when you get closer to the area you are
traveling to. See Enter Destination on page 20
or,
2. Change the selected region in the search
area when entering your destination and
route settings. See Enter Destination
on page 20.
For example, if you were traveling from
Michigan to Florida, make sure that Florida is
included on the selected region. Enter a
destination in Florida under the ENTER
DESTINATION menu.
Head-Up Display (HUD)
When a route is planned the Head-Up Display
(HUD) will display information when the vehicle is
approaching a turn. This information will display
when the vehicle is 0.5 mi. (0.80 km) away from a
turn in residential areas and 2.0 mi. or 2.0 km
away from a turn on freeways.
A. Directional Arrow — Displays the direction of
the next turn.
B. Distance Bar — This will decrease as the
vehicle approaches the turn.
C. Street Name Line — Displays the name of the
street that you will be turning on.
D. Mile/Kilometer Scale — Indicates the scale of
the distance bar. The scale is 0.5 mi. (0.80 km)
in residential areas and 2.0 mi. or 2.0 km on
freeways. This value will change as you
approach the turn.
After completing a turn, the HUD will display the
name and distance of the next street you will
be turning on for 10 seconds.
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When HUD is displaying the turn-by-turn guidance
information, the vehicle’s shift lever gear will not
display in the HUD. The gear will display on
the Driver Information Center (DIC) screen. Once
the destination has been reached or guidance
is cancelled, the HUD will again display the gear
information. See Head-Up Display (HUD) in
the Index of your vehicle’s owner manual for more
information.
Keyless Access System
When you start your vehicle you will see Driver 1
or Driver 2 displayed on the Driver Information
Center (DIC). The number on the back of the RKE
transmitter corresponds to driver 1 or driver 2.
The navigation system can store memory points,
audio presets, system settings, and last know
audio mode for driver 1 and driver 2 individually.
See “Vehicle Personalization” in the index of
your vehicle’s owner manual for more information.
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Global Positioning System (GPS)
The Navigation System determines the position of
your vehicle by using satellite signals, various
vehicle signals, and map data.
At times, other interferences such as the satellite
condition, road configuration, the condition of
the vehicle and/or other circumstances can
interfere with the Navigation’s ability to determine
the accurate position of the vehicle.
The GPS shows the current position of your
vehicle using signals sent by the GPS Satellites of
the United States Department of Defense.
When your vehicle is not receiving signals from
the satellites, a symbol will appear on the
map screen. Refer to Symbols on page 69.
This system may not be available or interference
may occur if the following happens:
• Signal obstructions caused by tall buildings,
large trucks, tunnels,
• objects located on top of the instrument panel,
• satellites will not send signals if they are
being repaired or improved,
• after-market glass tinting has been applied to
the vehicle’s windows.
Notice: Do not apply after-market glass tinting
to the vehicle’s windows. Glass tinting will
interfere with the system’s ability to receive
GPS signals and cause the system to
malfunction. You might have to replace the
window to correct the problem. This would not
be covered by your warranty.
For more information if you are experiencing a
problem, see If the System Needs Service
on page 79 and Problems with Route Guidance on
page 78.
Vehicle Positioning
At times, the position of the vehicle on the map
may be inaccurate due to one or more of the
following reasons:
• The road system has changed.
• The vehicle is driving on slippery road
surfaces such as in sand, gravel and/or snow.
• The vehicle is traveling on winding roads.
• The vehicle is on a long straight road.
• The vehicle is approaching a tall building or a
large vehicle.
• The surface streets run parallel to a freeway.
• The vehicle has just been transferred by a
vehicle carrier or a ferry.
• The current position calibration is set
incorrectly.
• The vehicle is traveling at high speed.
• The vehicle changes directions more than
once, or when the vehicle is turning on a
turn table in a parking lot.
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• The vehicle is entering and/or exiting a
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parking lot, garage or a lot with a roof.
The GPS signal is not received.
A roof carrier is installed on your vehicle.
The vehicle is equipped with tire chains.
The tires are replaced.
The tire pressure for your tires is incorrect.
The tires are worn.
The first time the map DVD is inserted.
The battery is disconnected for several days.
The vehicle is driving in heavy traffic where
driving is at low speeds, and the vehicle is
stopped and started repeatedly.
If you experience problems with your system, you
may need to calibrate the system. This may be
due to tire pressure differences, or if a spare tire is
installed. To calibrate the system, see Navigation
Set Up on page 52.
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Problems with Route Guidance
Inappropriate route guidance may occur under one
or more of the following conditions:
• You have not turned onto the road indicated.
• Route guidance may not be available
when using automatic rerouting for the next
right or left turn.
• The route may not be changed when using
automatic rerouting.
• There is no route guidance when turning at an
intersection.
• Plural names of places may be announced
occasionally.
• It may take a long time to operate automatic
rerouting during high-speed driving.
• Automatic rerouting may display a route
returning to the set waypoint if you are 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 may not be searched.
• The route to the destination may not be
shown if there are new roads, if roads
have recently changed or if certain roads are
not listed on the map DVD. See Ordering
Map DVDs on page 79.
To recalibrate the vehicle’s position on the map,
see Navigation Set Up on page 52.
If the System Needs Service
If your system needs service and you have
followed the steps listed here and still are
experiencing problems, see your dealer for
assistance.
Ordering Map DVDs
You will receive two free DVD map disc updates
with the purchase of your new vehicle. Updates
are necessary to make sure that your vehicle’s
navigation system has the most accurate
information available about streets/roads, points of
interest, and business locations.
The updates are provided by the GM Nav Disc
Center at the first and second anniversary dates of
your vehicle’s delivery date. About four to six weeks
before those anniversary dates, you will receive a
post card from the GM Nav Disc Center reminding
you that a free update is available. The center will
request confirmation of your mailing address either
by having you contact the toll-free number,
1-877-NAV-DISC (1-877-628-3472), or the center’s
website, www.gmnavdisc.com. After verifying your
address you should receive the updated disc in
about two weeks. After receiving the updated disc,
replace the old disc in the navigation system. See
“Installing the DVD Map Disc” and “Ejecting the
DVD Map Disc” under Maps on page 67. Dispose of
the old disc to avoid confusion about which disc is
the most current.
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If you have any questions about the operation of
the navigation system or the update process,
call the GM Nav Disc Center or go to the center’s
website. If you need any future updates or a
replacement disc, because the current disc is lost,
damaged, or needs to be updated, call the GM
Nav Disc Center or order a new disc online.
To order a disc, have your Vehicle Identification
Number (VIN) available. This helps the center
make sure you receive the correct and most up to
date DVD map disc for your vehicle. See
“Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)” in the Index
of your vehicle’s owner manual for more
information.
Database Coverage Explanations
The United States, excluding Alaska and Hawaii,
and portions of Canada are contained on one
DVD disc. The map database contains three
different levels of coverage: detailed areas,
non-detailed areas, and limited guidance areas.
• Detailed areas are available for the United
States and Canada and are primarily
located around metropolitan areas.
• Limited guidance areas are only available for
the United States. The roads are displayed
on the map, but route and voice guidance is
not available.
• Non-detailed areas are available for Canada
only. Major roads are included depending
upon available coverage.
For more detailed information on database
coverage, see the Navigation System Map Disc
manual included inside the map DVD case.
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Section 3
Navigation Audio System
Navigation Audio System ............................. 82
CD Player ................................................... 95
Six-Disc CD Changer ................................ 101
Audio Steering Wheel Controls .................. 105
Radio Personalization with Home and
Away Feature ........................................ 106
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Navigation Audio System
Notice: Before adding any sound equipment
to your vehicle, such as an audio system,
CD player, CB radio, mobile telephone,
or two-way radio, make sure that it can be
added by checking with your dealer. Also,
check federal rules covering mobile radio and
telephone units. If sound equipment can be
added, it is very important to do it properly.
Added sound equipment may interfere with the
operation of your vehicle’s engine, radio, or
other systems, and even damage them.
Your vehicle’s systems may interfere with the
operation of sound equipment that has
been added.
Notice: The chime signals related to seat
belts, parking brake, and other functions of
your vehicle operate through the navigation
system. If that equipment is replaced or
additional equipment is added to your vehicle,
the chimes may not work. Make sure that
replacement or additional equipment is
compatible with your vehicle before installing
it. See “Accessories and Modifications” in
the Index of your vehicle’s owner manual.
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Your vehicle has a feature called Retained
Accessory Power (RAP). With RAP, the audio
system can be played even after the ignition
is turned off. See “Retained Accessory Power
(RAP)” in the Index of your vehicle’s owner manual
for more information.
The audio system is operated using the navigation
system menus.
Playing the Radio
Power/Volume Knob: Press this knob to turn the
audio system on and off. Turn the knob to increase
or decrease the volume to the audio system.
¦O SEEK ¥: Press and hold the up or down
arrow until a beep is heard to go to the next or
previous station and stay there. Press and
hold either arrow to perform a fast seek.
SRCE (Source): Press this hard key to display
the main audio screen.
Audio Adjust Screen
e z (Audio/Adjust Screen): Press this key to
view the audio and screen settings.
If your vehicle has Bose AudioPilot® noise
compensation technology, AudioPilot® monitors
the level of noise in the vehicle and automatically
increases or decreases the level of the audio
to keep it audible above the noise. This feature
works best at lower volume settings where
background noise may mask the audio. At higher
volume settings, where the audio is much
louder than the noise, there may be little or no
change in the audio level. For additional
information on AudioPilot®, please visit
www.bose.com.
To use this feature, set the volume to your desired
level and then touch the ON screen button. To
turn it off, select the OFF screen button.
Automatic Volume Control (AVC): With AVC,
the audio system will adjust automatically to make
up for road and wind noise as you drive, by
increasing the volume as vehicle speed increases.
To use AVC, set the volume to your desired
level and then touch the ON screen button. To
turn AVC off, select the OFF screen button.
Preset selection: This feature allows you to
program local presets which you can recall
by touching HOME. You may also program presets
while you are traveling to another area and
store them under AWAY. See “Preset Station
Menu” later in this section for more information.
The Home and Away feature is not available
for XM™ Satellite Radio Service, if equipped.
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Color Scheme: Select this feature to change the
color of audio and navigation screens. Touch
any of the color options to view the different
backgrounds. Color option 1 is the default option.
Clock
Touch the clock symbol at the bottom of the
audio/adjust screen or touch and hold the time
display in the upper right corner of any menu
to access the CLOCK ADJUST menu. Touching
the time display will also display the date on
the status bar at the top of the screen.
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The following time options may be adjusted from
this menu:
Hour/Min.: Touch the up or down arrows to
increase or decrease the hour or minutes. Touch
and hold either arrow to advance quickly.
12H/24H: Touch 12H to display the time in
standard time, or 24H to display the time in
military time.
GPS TIME: The current GPS time will be
displayed to the right of this button. Touch GPS
TIME to set the navigation system’s time to match
current GPS time.
Daylight Saving Time: Touch this screen button
to increase the time setting by one hour, then
touch GPS TIME to save the new setting. If the
screen button is light blue, the daylight savings
time feature is on. If the screen button is dark blue,
the daylight savings time feature is off.
Screen Adjust
To adjust the contrast or brightness of the screen,
touch SCREEN ADJUST at the bottom of the
audio/adjust screen.
TIME ZONE: The selected time zone will appear
to the right of this screen button. Touch TIME
ZONE to toggle through the available time zones
until the desired time zone is highlighted. The
time of the selected zone will be displayed to the
right of GPS TIME. To set the system clock to
the new setting, touch GPS TIME.
If the system is not receiving GPS information,
you can still set the time manually as described
above, but GPS time and Daylight Saving
Time features will not be available.
Touch the back screen button to go back to the
previous menu.
The following screen options may be adjusted
from this menu:
K (Contrast): Touch the plus (+) or minus (−)
to adjust the contrast. You will see the screen
change. Touch OK to confirm the change.
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! (Brightness): Touch the plus (+) or minus (−)
to adjust the brightness. Touch OK to confirm
the change.
AUTO: This setting automatically adjusts the
contrast and brightness of the screen based on
outside lighting conditions.
DAY: This setting leaves the screen in day mode.
Day mode is best suited for daylight conditions.
NIGHT: This setting leaves the screen in night
mode. Night mode is best suited for nighttime
conditions.
SCREEN OFF: Touch SCREEN OFF to turn off
the screen. Press the NAV, SRCE, or e/z
(audio adjust) hard key to turn the screen back on.
OK: Touch OK to save the changes and exit
this menu.
SOUND: Touch SOUND to access the SOUND
menu. See “Sound Menu” later in this section
for more information.
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Finding a Station
Press the SRCE hard key to display the operation
screen of the current audio source. Each
operation screen has an audio source screen
button, (AM, FM1, FM2, XM1, XM2, if equipped,
and CD). Touch the desired audio source to
select it.
Preset Station Menu
Up to 30 stations, 6 AM, 6 FM1, 6 FM2, 6 XM1,
and 6 XM2, if equipped, can be programmed
for home and for away (XM does not have
the home and away feature). To store presets, do
the following:
1. Turn the audio system on.
2. Press the SRCE hard key.
3. Touch AM, FM1, FM2, XM1, or XM2, if
equipped, to display the desired source.
The preset station menu will appear.
4. Tune to the desired station by using the
TUNE/SEEK arrows.
5. Touch SOUND to set the bass, mid-range,
treble, and Auto Tone Control (ATC) for
your preset, if desired. See “Sound Menu”
later in this section for more information.
6. Touch and hold one of the six numbered
preset screen buttons for more than
two seconds until you hear a beep.
7. Repeat the steps for each preset and source.
SCAN: To scan stations, touch SCAN. The radio
will go to a station, play for a few seconds,
then go on to the next station. Touch SCAN again
to stop scanning.
To scan preset stations, touch and hold SCAN for
two seconds. It will only scan the audio source
it is in, with the exception of FM 1 and FM 2, which
will both be scanned if in that source. Touch
SCAN again to stop scanning.
RDS (Radio Data System): See “Radio Data
System (RDS)” later in this section for more
information.
Info (Information): See “Radio Data System
(RDS)” later in this section for more information.
AutoSet: Touch this screen button to replace
currently stored preset stations with the strongest
stations available in the immediate area. Touch
it again to return to the original preset stations.
SOUND: See “Sound Menu” following in this
section for more information.
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Sound Menu
Touch SOUND at the bottom of the main audio
screen or source menu to change the tone, ATC,
fade, and balance for all sources. The audio
system has a separate setting for these features
for each source preset. However, the audio system
keeps one fade and one balance setting for all
audio sources.
To adjust sound settings, do the following:
• Touch the plus (+) or minus (−) signs to adjust
treble, mid-range, and bass, if you are in the
Manual mode of ATC.
• Touch the L (left) or R (right) to adjust the
balance of the speakers.
• Touch the F (front) or R (Rear) to adjust the
fade of the speakers.
• Touch the ATC screen button to adjust the
ATC setting. See “Adjusting the Speakers”
later in this section for more information.
After adjustments are made, touch the back
screen button. This will take you back to the preset
station menu. Whenever you touch that screen
button, the previously stored information you have
entered for each preset station will be recalled.
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Adjusting the Speakers
Radio Data System (RDS)
The audio system has a Radio Data System
(RDS). RDS features are available for use only on
FM stations that broadcast RDS information.
With RDS, the radio can do the following:
• Seek to stations broadcasting the selected
type of programming
• Receive announcements concerning local and
national emergencies
• Display messages from radio stations
• Seek to stations with traffic announcements
ATC (Auto Tone Control): The ATC feature is
used to provide a choice of six different listening
experiences. ATC can be used while listening
to the audio system or the CD player. The audio
system can store separate ATC settings for
each source and preset station.
RDS (Radio Data System): Touch RDS to
use alternate RDS functions located in the preset
menu. When you touch RDS, you will only
have about five seconds to choose RDS ON/OFF,
TA, INFO, PTY, or Select PTY. If you do not
make a selection, the system will return to
the previous menu.
To save ATC settings for your preset stations,
use the SOUND menu and touch ATC. See
“Preset Stations” earlier in this section for more
information.
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If you are tuned to a station broadcasting RDS
information, the station’s Program Service
(PS) and Program Type (PTY) will replace the
station’s frequency on the status line at the top of
the display. After about five seconds, if available,
the PTY will be replaced on the display by the
station’s PTY name. The PTY and PTY name may
be the same or different.
If the audio system is tuned to a station that is not
broadcasting RDS information, the station’s
frequency will remain on the display.
The RDS feature relies upon receiving specific
information from RDS stations. These features will
only work when RDS information is available.
TA (Traffic Announcement): Touch TA to
receive traffic announcements. The audio system
will turn on the TA display. TA will appear on
the display if the current station broadcasts traffic
announcements. If the current station does not
broadcast traffic announcements, the audio system
will seek to a station which will. When the audio
system finds a station which broadcasts traffic
announcements, it will stop. If no station is found,
TA will turn off.
While a traffic announcement plays, the audio
system uses TA volume. To increase TA volume,
use the VOL up or down buttons during the
announcement. See “Voice Guidance Volume
Settings” under Navigation Set Up on page 52 for
more information.
When a traffic announcement comes on the current
radio station, you will hear it even if the volume is
muted or a CD is playing. If the CD player was
being used, the CD will stay in the player and
resume play at the point where it stopped.
Touch RDS followed by TA again to turn TA off.
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INFO (Information): When RDS is on, if the
current station has a message, INFO will appear
on the display. Touch INFO from the preset
menu to view the message. If the whole message
does not appear on the display, parts of the
message will appear every three seconds until the
message is completed. Once the complete
message has been displayed, INFO will disappear
from the display until another new message is
received. INFO will remain available to allow you
to display the entire message again.
PTY (Program Type): PTY allows you to seek
only stations with types of programs you want
to listen to. This button is used to turn on and off
Program Type (PTY) features.
With RDS on, touch RDS, followed by PTY. The
PTY display will turn on. Touch RDS followed
by this button again to turn the PTY display off.
Select PTY (Select Program Type): With RDS
and PTY on, touch RDS, then Select PTY.
The PTY menu will appear. Use the up and down
arrows to select a PTY.
When the PTY display is on, press TUNE/SEEK
or SCAN to find radio stations of the PTY selected.
The last PTY selected will be used for seek and
scan modes. If a station with the selected
PTY is not found, STATION NOT FOUND will
appear on the display. If both PTY and TA are on,
the audio system will search for stations with
traffic announcements and the selected PTY.
PTY (Program Type) Presets: The six presets
let you return to your favorite PTYs. These presets
have factory PTY preset stations. See “RDS
Program Type (PTY) Selections” later in
this section. You can set up to 12 PTYs, 6 FM1
and 6 FM2.
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To save a PTY preset, do the following:
1. Touch FM1 or FM2.
2. Touch RDS to enter the RDS menu.
3. Touch RDS ON/OFF to turn RDS on.
4. Touch PTY.
5. Touch Select PTY and select the desired
PTY from the list.
6. Touch and hold one of the six presets for
more than two seconds until you hear a
beep. Whenever you touch that numbered
preset for less than two seconds, the PTY
you set will return.
7. Repeat the steps for each preset.
Once you have stored a PTY for each of your
preset stations, you can recall a PTY preset
by touching the preset station for less than
two seconds. Then use TUNE/SEEK or SCAN to
locate a station for that PTY selection.
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ALERT: This type of announcement warns of
national or local emergencies. You will not be able
to turn off alert announcements. ALERT appears on
the display when an alert announcement plays. The
audio system uses TA volume during these
announcements. To increase volume, use the VOL
up and down buttons during the announcement.
See “Voice Guidance Volume Settings” under
Navigation Set Up on page 52 for more information.
When an alert announcement comes on the tuned
radio station you will hear it even if the volume is
muted or a CD is playing. If the CD player is
playing, the player will stop for the announcement
and resume when the announcement is finished.
XM™ Satellite Radio Service
XM™ is a satellite radio service that is based in
the 48 contiguous United States and Canada.
XM™ offers a large variety of coast-to-coast
channels including music, news, sports, talk,
traffic/weather (U.S. subscribers), and children’s
programming. XM™ provides digital quality
audio and text information that includes song title
and artist name. A service fee is required in
order to receive the XM™ service. For more
information, contact XM™; In the U.S. at
www.xmradio.com or call 1-800-852-XMXM (9696)
or in Canada at www.xmradio.ca or call
1-877-GET-XMSR (438-9677).
INFO (Information): Touch INFO while in XM™
mode to retrieve various pieces of information
related to the current song or channel. By touching
INFO, you may retrieve four different categories of
information that cycle through: Artist Name/Feature,
Song/Program Title, Channel Category, and other
Additional Information that may be broadcast on
that channel.
Additional Information messages may only be
available at certain times or on certain programs.
If an Additional Information message is being
broadcast on the tuned channel, INFO will appear
on the display.
Each of the four information types may have
multiple pages of text. To reach a category, touch
INFO once and wait until the desired type is
displayed. If there are multiple pages of text for
the information selected type, the radio will
automatically display all the pages for that type at a
rate of about one page every three seconds before
timing out and returning to the default display.
XL (Explicit Language Channels): XL on the
radio display, after the channel name, indicates
content with explicit language. These channels, or
any others, can be blocked at a customer’s
request, by calling 1-800-852-XMXM (9696).
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XM Radio Messages
Radio Display Message
Condition
Action Required
XM Updating
Updating encryption code The encryption code in the receiver is being updated, and
no action is required. This process should take no longer
than 30 seconds.
No XM signal
Loss of signal
The system is functioning correctly, but the vehicle is in a
location that is blocking the XM™ signal. When you move
into an open area, the signal should return.
Loading XM
Acquiring channel audio
The audio system is acquiring and processing audio and
(after 4 second delay)
text data. No action is needed. This message should
disappear shortly.
Channel Off Air
Channel not in service
This channel is not currently in service. Tune to another
channel.
Channel Unavail
Channel no longer
This previously assigned channel is no longer assigned.
available
Tune to another channel. If this channel was one of the
presets, choose another channel for that preset button.
No Artist Info
Artist Name/Feature not
No artist information is available at this time on this channel.
available
The system is working properly.
No Title Info
Song/Program Title not
No song title information is available at this time on this
available
channel. The system is working properly.
No CAT Info
Category Name not
No category information is available at this time on this
available
channel. The system is working properly.
Not Found
No channel available for
There are no channels available for the category you
the chosen category
selected. The system is working properly.
No Information
No Text/Informational
No text or informational messages are available at this time
message available
on this channel. The system is working properly.
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Radio Display Message
Condition
XM Theftlocked
Theft lock active
XM Radio ID
Unknown
Check XM Receiver
Action Required
The XM™ receiver in the vehicle may have previously been
in another vehicle. For security purposes, XM™ receivers
cannot be swapped between vehicles. If this message is
received after having your vehicle serviced, check with your
dealer.
Radio ID label (channel 0) If tuned to channel 0, this message alternate with the XM™
Radio eight digit radio ID label. This label is needed to
activate the service.
Radio ID not known
If this message is received when tuned to channel 0, you
(should only be if
may have a receiver fault. Consult with your dealer.
hardware failure)
Hardware failure
If this message does not clear within a short period of time,
the receiver may have a fault. Consult with your dealer.
CD Player
To load/eject a music CD, do the following:
1. Turn the ignition on.
2. Press the faceplate tilt hard key. This will
open the faceplate of the system.
3. Press the eject hard key with the CD symbol.
If a CD is already loaded, the CD will eject
from the slot.
4. Gently remove the CD from the slot and
return it to its case.
5. Insert the music CD into the slot. The system
will pull the disc into the player.
6. Press and release the faceplate tilt hard key
to close the faceplate.
Whenever the faceplate is opened, a warning
message will display reminding you to close the
faceplate as soon as possible.
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Playing a CD
Once a music CD is loaded, the CD player menu
will appear on the display.
If the ignition or radio is turned off with a CD in
the player it will stay in the player. When the
ignition or radio is turned on, the CD will start to
play where it stopped, if it was the last selected
audio source.
As each new track starts to play, the track number
will appear on the display.
The CD player can play the smaller 3 inch (8 cm)
single CDs with an adapter ring. Full-size CDs
and the smaller CDs are loaded in the same
manner.
If playing a CD-R the sound quality may be
reduced due to CD-R quality, the method of
recording, the quality of the music that has been
recorded, and the way the CD-R has been
handled. There may be an increase in skipping,
difficulty in finding tracks, and/or difficulty in loading
and ejecting. If these problems occur, check the
bottom surface of the CD.
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If the surface of the CD is damaged, such as
cracked, broken, or scratched, the CD will not play
properly. If the surface of the CD is soiled, see
“Care of Your CDs” in the Index of your vehicle’s
owner manual.
If there is no apparent damage, try a known
good CD.
Notice: If you add any label to a CD, insert
more than one CD into the slot at a time,
or attempt to play scratched or damaged CDs,
you could damage the CD player. When
using the CD player, use only CDs in good
condition without any label, load one CD at a
time, and keep the CD player and the loading
slot free of foreign materials, liquids, and
debris.
Do not add any label to a CD, it could get caught
in the CD player. If a CD is recorded on a
personal computer and a description label is
needed, try labeling the top of the recorded CD
with a soft marker instead.
If an error appears on the display, see “CD
Messages” later in this section.
REPEAT TRACK: Touch this button to repeat the
selected track.
r (Rewind): Touch this button to rewind quickly
through a track selection.
j (Pause): Touch this button to pause CD play.
Touch it again to resume play or touch the
play button.
[ (Forward): Touch this button to fast forward
quickly through a track selection.
r (Play): Touch this button to begin playing a CD.
RANDOM: Touch this button to hear the tracks in
random, rather than sequential, order. Touch
RANDOM again to turn off random mode.
SCAN TRACKS: Touch this button to hear the
first 10 seconds of each track on the disc.
Touch this button again to stop scanning. The
CD will mute while scanning.
¦O SEEK ¥: Touch the up arrow to seek to
the next selection on the CD. If playing the last
track of the disc, touching the up arrow will seek to
the first track of the disc. Touch the down arrow
to seek to the previous selection on the CD.
If playing the first track of the disc, touching the
down arrow will seek to the last track of the
disc. The sound will mute while seeking.
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Using an MP3
MP3 Format
When creating an MP3 disc, the following is a list
of guidelines. If the customer does not follow
these guidelines when recording a CD-R(W), the
CD may not play.
• ID3 tag information is displayed by the radio if
it is available. The radio supports ID3 tag
information v1.0 or v1.1. The radio will display
a filename, song name, artist name, album
name, and directory name.
• Maximum 32 characters, including spaces, in
a file or folder name.
• Maximum number of folders is 500 with
500 files with a maximum hierarchy of
eight folders. It is recommended to keep the
depth of folders to a minimum in order to keep
down the complexity and confusion in trying
to locate a particular folder during playback.
• Create a folder structure that makes it easy to
find songs while driving. Organize songs by
albums using one folder for each album. Each
folder or album should contain 18 songs
or less.
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• The files can be recorded on a CD-R or
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CD-RW with a maximum capacity of 700MB.
DVD with MP3 are not playable on this system.
The radio will not play a mixed mode CD-R/
RW, a disc recorded with both *.cda and
*.mp3 files.
The player will support a disc with multiple
sessions, but it is not required that the disc be
finalized. It is recommended to record the disc
all at once.
Recording format mode 2 or mode 2XA with
Romeo or Joliet file system is not supported
with this player.
All applicable Mode 1 recording formats are
supported.
MPEG 2.5 is not supported with this player. File
formats MPEG 1 and MPEG 2 with all bit rates
(including variable) except less than 16kbps are
supported with this player.
Long files or folder names or a combination of a
large number of files and folders may cause the
player to be unable to play up to the maximum
number of files or folders or affect the reading
speed and time to play.
Playing an MP3
If playing a CD-R the sound quality may be
reduced due to CD-R quality, the method of
recording, the quality of the music that has been
recorded, and the way the CD-R has been
handled. There may be an increase in skipping,
difficulty in finding tracks, and/or difficulty in loading
and ejecting. If these problems occur, check the
bottom surface of the CD. If the surface of the CD
is damaged, such as cracked, broken, or
scratched, the CD will not play properly. If the
surface of the CD is soiled, see “Care of
Your CDs” in the Index of your vehicle’s owner
manual.
Do not add any label to a CD, it could get caught
in the CD player. If a CD is recorded on a
personal computer and a description label is
needed, try labeling the top of the recorded CD
with a soft marker instead.
If there is no apparent damage, try a known
good CD.
Notice: If you add any label to a CD, insert
more than one CD into the slot at a time,
or attempt to play scratched or damaged CDs,
you could damage the CD player. When
using the CD player, use only CDs in good
condition without any label, load one CD at a
time, and keep the CD player and the loading
slot free of foreign materials, liquids, and
debris.
r (Play): Select this screen button to begin
playing the disc.
r (Reverse): Press and hold this screen button
to reverse through the current track.
[ (Fast forward): Press and hold this screen
button to fast forward through the current track.
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j (Pause): Select this screen button to pause
play. Select this button or the play button to
resume play.
SCAN TRACKS: Select this screen button to
hear the first 10 seconds of each track, in
the current folder. Press this button again to stop
scanning.
RANDOM: Select this screen button to play the
tracks, in the current folder, in random, rather than
sequential, order. Select this button again to
turn off random play.
REPEAT TRACK: Select this screen button to
repeat the track currently playing. Press the button
again to turn off repeat play.
TRACK SELECT: Select this screen button to
display the MP3 folder/file structure. Use the
up/down arrows to scroll through the list. Select
the folder or track to play. Press the 4 (return)
screen button to go back to the main screen.
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HOME: Select this screen button to allow you to
go to the Home folder. This is the folder on
the disc which contains the current track playing.
# (Folder Up): Select this screen button to
go to the previous folder.
rq (Seek): Press the up arrow to seek to the
next track on a disc. If playing the last track,
pressing the up arrow will seek to the first track of
the current folder.
Press the down arrow to go to the beginning of the
current track or to the previous track on a disc. If
playing the first track, pressing the down arrow will
seek to the last track on the current folder.
Six-Disc CD Changer
If your vehicle has the CD changer, you can play
up to six discs continuously. Normal size discs
may be played using the trays supplied in
the magazine. The smaller discs (8 cm) can be
played only with specially designed trays.
You must first load the magazine with CDs before
you can play a CD. Each of the six trays holds
one CD.
Load the trays from bottom to top, placing a disc
in the tray label side up. If you load a disc
label side down, the disc will not play and an error
will occur. Repeat this procedure for loading up
to six discs in the magazine.
Once you have loaded the discs into the magazine,
slide the CD changer door open. Push the
magazine into the changer in the direction of the
arrow marked on top of the magazine.
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To eject CDs from the magazine, you must push
the RELEASE switch on the bottom of the
magazine to release the CDs.
Press the CD hard key to access the six-disc CD
changer screen. You can also use the system’s
DVD player for single CD play once the map DVD
is removed. See “CD/DVD Player” later in this
section for more information.
If no CD is loaded in the CD/DVD Player and you
press the CD hard key, the message “No CD
loaded” will appear on the display.
Close the door by sliding it all the way to the right.
When the door is closed, the changer will begin
checking for discs in the magazine. This will
continue for up to one and a half minutes,
depending on the number of discs loaded. You
may hear noise, but this is normal. The CD
changer is initializing.
To eject the magazine from the player, slide the
CD changer door all the way open. Press the
EJECT button, located inside of the changer door,
and the magazine will eject. Remember to keep
the door closed whenever possible to keep dirt and
dust from getting inside the changer.
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CD Changer Screen
The numbered buttons, 1 through 6, represent the
order of the CDs loaded in the changer. If there
are only two CDs loaded, only buttons 1 and 2 will
be available to choose from.
r (Play): Touch this button to begin playing a CD.
RANDOM DISC: Touch this button to hear the
tracks in random, rather than sequential, order on
the CD selected. Press the TUNE/SEEK hard
key to randomly seek through the tracks on this
CD. Touch RANDOM DISC again to turn off
random play.
SCAN TRACKS: Touch this button to hear the
first 10 seconds of each track on the selected CD.
Touch this button again to stop scanning. The
CD will mute while scanning.
REPEAT TRACK: Touch this button to repeat the
track on the selected CD. Touch this button
again to turn off repeated play.
j (Pause): Touch this button to pause CD play.
Touch it again to resume play or touch the
play button.
RANDOM ALL: Touch this button to hear the
tracks, on all of the loaded CDs in the CD changer,
in random, rather than sequential order. Press
the TUNE/SEEK hard key while RANDOM ALL is
on to randomly seek within that CD. Touch
RANDOM ALL again to turn off random play.
SCAN DISCS: Touch this button to hear the first
10 seconds of first track on each loaded CD.
Touch this button again to stop scanning. The CD
will mute while scanning.
REPEAT DISC: Touch this button to repeat the
selected CD. Touch REPEAT DISC again to
turn off repeat play.
[ (Forward): Touch this button to fast forward
quickly through a track selection.
r (Rewind): Touch this button to rewind quickly
through a track selection.
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«TUNE SEEK ª: Press the up arrow to seek to
the next selection on the CD. If playing the last
track of the CD, pressing the up arrow will seek to
the first track of the next CD. Press the down
arrow to seek to the previous selection on the CD.
If playing the first track of the CD, pressing the
down arrow will seek to the last track on the
selected CD. The sound will mute while seeking.
RDS (Radio Data Systems): See “Radio
Data Systems (RDS)” under Navigation Audio
System on page 82 for information on this button.
SOUND: See “Sound Menu” under Navigation
Audio System on page 82 for information on
this button.
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CD Changer Errors
CD ERROR could be displayed for the following:
• The road is too rough. The CD should play
when the road is smoother.
• The CD is dirty, scratched, wet, or not loaded
label side up.
• The air is very humid. If so, wait about an
hour and try again.
If any error occurs repeatedly or if an error cannot
be corrected, please contact your GM dealer.
Audio Steering Wheel Controls
If your vehicle has this
feature, some audio
controls can be adjusted
at the steering wheel.
They include the
following:
x w (Seek): Press the up or the down arrow to
go to the next or to the previous radio station
and stay there. The radio will only seek stations
with a strong signal that are in the selected band.
While a CD is playing, press the up or the
down arrow to go to the next or previous track.
While playing a CD in the six-disc CD changer,
press the up or the down arrow to go to the next or
previous track. If more than one CD is loaded,
press the up arrow when on the last track of the
CD to go to the first track on the next loaded CD.
While a CD is playing in the radio or the six-disc
CD changer, press and hold the up or the
down arrow to fast forward or reverse through the
current track. If the end or the beginning of the
track is reached, the system will go to the next or
previous track. Release either arrow to stop
fast forwarding or reversing.
+ − (Volume): Press the plus or minus button to
increase or to decrease the volume.
1–6 (Preset Screen Buttons): Press this button
to play stations that are programmed on the
radio preset screen buttons. The radio will only
seek preset stations with a strong signal that are in
the selected band.
When more than one CD is loaded in the six-disc
CD changer, press this button to go to the next
loaded CD.
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Radio Personalization with Home
and Away Feature
If your vehicle has this feature, you can recall the
latest audio system settings as adjusted the
last time your vehicle was operated. This feature
allows two different drivers to store and recall
their own audio system settings. The settings
recalled by the audio system are determined by
which remote keyless entry transmitter (1 or 2) was
used to enter the vehicle. The number on the
back of the remote keyless entry transmitter
corresponds to driver 1 or to driver 2. The audio
system settings will automatically adjust to
where they were last set by the identified driver.
Your audio system can store HOME and
AWAY preset stations. HOME and AWAY preset
stations allow you to use one set of preset
radio settings in the area where you live, and
another set when you go out of town. That way,
you will not need to reprogram your preset stations
every time you travel.
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To select HOME and AWAY preset stations, do
the following:
1. Touch the Audio hard key to enter the audio
screen.
2. Touch the HOME or AWAY button.
The next time the audio system is turned on,
the system will recall the last active preset
selection.
When battery power is removed and later applied,
you will not have to reset your home audio
system preset stations because the audio system
remembers them. However, you will have to
reset your away radio preset stations.
Section 4
Voice Recognition
Voice Recognition ....................................... 108
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Voice Recognition
The navigation system’s voice recognition allows
for hands-free operation of navigation and
audio system features. Voice recognition can be
used when the ignition is on or in ACC or
when Retained Accessory Power (RAP) is active.
This feature only works if the map DVD is
inserted. If you try to use voice recognition without
the map DVD inserted, the system will display
“Please insert the navigation map DVD to use the
voice recognition feature.”
The system may not hear you or may hear the
incorrect word with the windows open or the
convertible top down due to background noise.
To use voice recognition, do the following:
1. Press this talk
symbol hard key
and release it when
you hear a beep.
The audio system,
if on, will mute.
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2. Clearly state one of the commands listed on
the following pages. For example, say “FM1.”
3. The system will tell you the command being
implemented. For example, the system will
say “FM1 Radio” and change the audio
system to the FM1 source.
You may end voice recognition by not speaking
any commands. After about five seconds of
silence, the system will automatically cancel voice
recognition.
At times, the system may not understand a
spoken command. If this happens, try again. If a
spoken command is not available, the system
will provide feedback based on availability.
While using voice recognition, make sure to keep
interior noise levels to a minimum. Otherwise,
the system might not recognize voice commands.
The system will only recognize commands
spoken in English.
Voice Recognition Commands
The following list shows all of the voice commands
available for the navigation system with a brief
description of each. Any words shown in square
brackets are optional. If there are words shown in
parentheses, choose one of the options. To
use the voice commands, refer to the instructions
listed previously.
Help Commands
These commands are universal and will enable
you to use the help prompts available from
the system.
Command Help/List: This command will enable
the system to provide the available commands
for the navigation radio.
Cancel: This command cancels the voice
recognition function.
Radio Commands
Radio: This command will change the audio
system to the next radio audio source.
AM: This command will change the audio system
to the AM audio source.
FM1: This command will change the audio
system to the FM1 audio source.
FM2: This command will change the audio
system to the FM2 audio source.
XM1: This command will change the audio
system to the XM1 audio source.
XM2: This command will change the audio
system to the XM2 audio source.
Power On, Audio On: These commands will turn
the system’s power on.
Power Off, Audio Off: These commands will turn
the system’s power off.
Seek Up: This command will cause the selected
audio source to seek to the next strongest
station.
Seek Down: This command will cause the
selected audio source to seek down to the next
strongest station.
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CD Player Commands
Position Commands
Track Up: This command will cause the CD
player to skip to the next track.
Current Position, Current Location, Show
Current Position, Show Current Location:
These commands will cause the system to display
the vehicle’s current location on the map screen.
Previous Track: This command will cause the
CD player to go to the previous track.
Track Down: This command will cause the CD
player to go to the beginning of the track or go
to the previous track if the track has elapsed
nine seconds.
Map: This command will cause the system
to display the map screen.
Map Commands
Screen Commands
Zoom In: This command will cause the system to
zoom in when on the map screen.
Screen Day Mode, Day Mode On: These
commands will adjust the system’s screen setting
to the day mode.
Zoom In Maximum: This command will cause
the system to zoom in to the minimum available
map scale when on the map screen.
Screen Night Mode, Night Mode On: These
commands will adjust the system’s screen setting
to the night mode.
Zoom Out: This command will cause the system
to zoom out when on the map screen.
Screen Auto Mode, Auto Mode On: These
commands will adjust the system’s screen setting
to auto mode.
Screen Off: This command will turn the system’s
screen display off.
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Zoom Out Maximum: This command will cause
the system to zoom out to the maximum
available map scale when on the map screen.
Heading Up, Change to Heading Up: These
commands will cause the system to display
the Vehicle Up heading when on the map screen.
North Up, Change to North Up: These
commands will cause the system to display the
North Up heading when on the map screen.
Map Direction, Change Map Direction: These
commands will cause the system to change
the vehicle’s direction from North up to heading up
or heading up to North up on the map screen.
Mark, Mark This Point: These commands
will cause the system to mark the location as a
memory point while on the map screen.
Right Map Zoom In: This command will cause
the system to zoom in on the right map when
in dual map mode.
Right Map Zoom In (Maximum/Minimum
Scale): This command will cause the system to
zoom in to the minimum available map scale
on the right map when in dual map mode.
Right Map Zoom Out: This command will cause
the system to zoom out on the right map when
in dual map mode.
Right Map Zoom Out (Maximum/Maximum
Scale): This command will cause the system to
zoom out to the maximum available map scale on
the right map when in dual map mode.
Right Map [Change to] / [Show] North Up
[Mode]: These commands will cause the system to
display the North Up heading on the right map
when in dual map mode.
Right Map [Change to] / [Show] Heading Up
[Mode]: These commands will cause the system
to display the Vehicle Up heading on the right
map when on the map screen and in dual
map mode.
Right Map [Change Map] Direction: This
command will cause the system to change from
North Up to Heading Up or from Heading Up
to North Up.
[Show/Change to] Dual Map Mode: This
command will cause the system to change the
map display to dual map mode.
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[Show/Change to] Single Map Mode: This
command will cause the system to change the
map display to single map mode.
[Change to] 3D Map [Mode]: This command will
cause the system to change the map display to
the 3-dimensional map.
[Change to] 2D Map [Mode]: This command will
cause the system to change the map display to
the 2-dimensional map.
Destination Commands
Home, Go Home: These commands will cause
the system to enter the Home destination as
a waypoint or final destination, if a home
destination has been stored.
Go to Starting Point, Previous Starting Point:
These commands will cause the system to
enter the last available starting point as a waypoint
or final destination.
[Go to] Previous Destination: This command
will cause the system to enter the last available
destination as a waypoint or final destination, if
one is available.
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[Go to] Preset Destination [Number] (number):
This command will cause the system to go to
the preset destination number. This preset
destination can be chosen as a waypoint or a
destination. There must be a location stored in
the preset destination number that is chosen. For
example, first store a location in Preset
Destination 3. Say “Go to Preset Destination 3.”
The system will go to Preset Destination 3
and prompt you to choose it as a waypoint or
destination.
Add [to] Waypoint: This command will cause the
system to add the current marked point as a
waypoint. This command is used after the following
commands have been used: Home, Go to
Starting Point, Go to Previous Destination.
Enter Destination: This command will cause the
system to add the current marked point as the
final destination. This command is used after the
following commands have been used: Home,
Go to Starting Point, Go to Previous Destination.
Guidance Commands
Repeat Guidance, Repeat Voice: These
commands will cause the system to repeat the last
available voice prompt guidance command if a
destination has been set.
Louder: This command will cause the system to
increase the volume of the navigation voice
prompts.
Softer: This command will cause the system to
decrease the volume of the navigation voice
prompts.
Voice Guidance Off: This command will cause
the system to turn off the navigation voice prompts
if a destination has been set.
Voice Guidance On: This command will cause
the system to turn on the navigation voice prompts.
[Change to] Arrow (Guide/Guidance): These
commands will cause the system to change
to Arrow Guidance screen view in the Guidance
Menu if a destination has been set.
[Change to] Turn List (Guide/Guidance): These
commands will cause the system to change to
Turn List Guidance screen view in the Guidance
Menu if a destination has been set.
[Change to] Freeway (Guide/Guidance): These
commands will cause the system to change to
Freeway Guidance screen view in the Guidance
Menu if a destination has been set. This command
is only available if you are on a freeway.
[Change to] Intersection (Guide/Guidance):
These commands will cause the system to change
to Intersection Guidance screen view in the
Guidance Menu if a destination has been set. This
command is only available when the next turn is
less than 0.5 mile (800 m) away for city streets and
2 miles (2 km) away for freeways.
Entire Route, Entire Rout Map, Route Overview:
These commands will cause the system to
display the entire route if a destination has
been set.
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Reroute: This command will cause the system to
generate an alternate route to a set destination
while on a planned route.
(Delete/Cancel) Destination: This command will
cause the system to cancel the current
destination.
Detour, Detour Entire Route: These commands
will cause the system to activate the detour
feature when driving a planned route.
(Delete/Cancel) All Waypoints and Destination:
This command will cause the system to cancel
all currently set waypoints and the final destination.
Next Waypoint Map: This command will cause
the system to display the map view of the
next waypoint location if one has been set.
Quick: This command will cause the system to
select the Quick route when a destination has
been set.
(First/Second/Third/Fourth/Fifth) Waypoint
Map: This command will cause the system
to display the map view of the named waypoint
location if it has been set.
Normal: This command will cause the system to
select the Normal route when a destination
has been set.
Destination Map: This command will cause the
system to display the map view of the final
destination location if one has been set.
Yes: This command will confirm system talkback.
No: This command will cancel a command.
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Short: This command will cause the system to
select the Short route when a destination has
been set.
Point of Interest (POI) Commands
The following commands will cause the system to
display icons if they are available on the map
screen when the map scale is set to 1⁄2 mile (1 km)
or less.
Automobile Commands
• Auto Service And Maintenance, Auto Service,
Maintenance
• Automobile Club, Triple A
• Car Park
• Car Wash
• Gas Station, Gas
•
•
•
•
•
Other Automotive
Parking
Parking Garage
Parking Lot
Rental Car Agency
Entertainment Locations
• Amusement Park
• Botanical garden
• Campground
• Casino
• Cinema
• Golf Course
• Horse Racing
• Marina
• Museum
• National and State Parks
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Park & Recreation, Parks & Recreation
Performing Arts
Ski Resort, Skiing
Speedway
Sport Complex, Stadium
Tourist Attraction
Video Rental
Winery
Zoological garden
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Financial and Government Offices
• ATM
• Bank
• Business Facility
• City Hall
• Civic Center, Community Center
• Convention Center, Exhibition Center
• Court House
• Government Offices
• Higher Education, University, College
• Hospital
•
•
•
•
•
•
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Library
Other Financial Services
Police Station
Post Office
School
City Center
Personal Services
• Beauty and Barber Shops
• Dry Cleaning
• Health and Fitness Club
Restaurant Locations
• American Restaurant, American Food
• Chinese Restaurant, Chinese Food
• Coffee House
• Continental Restaurant, Continental Food
• French Restaurant, French Food
• Ice Cream Parlor
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Italian Restaurant, Italian Food
Japanese Restaurant, Japanese Food
Mexican Restaurant, Mexican Food
Other Restaurant, Other Food
Restaurant, I’m Hungry
Seafood Restaurant, Seafood
Show Restaurant
Thai Restaurant, Thai Food
Shopping Locations
• Convenience Store
• Department Store
• Grocery Store
• Home and Garden
• Other Retail Store
• Pharmacy
• Shopping, Shopping Mall
• Specialty Food Store
Transportation
• Airport
• Bus Station
• Ferry Terminal
• Historical Monument
• Hotel
• Park & Ride
• Rest Area, Rest Stop
• Tourist Information
• Train Station
POI Off: This command will cause the system to
turn off POIs so they do not appear on the map
screen.
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✍ NOTES
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A
Address ........................................................
Alpha-Numeric Keypad ..................................
Audio Adjust Screen ......................................
Audio System ................................................
Auto Reroute .................................................
Avoid Area ....................................................
D
22
19
83
82
74
44
Database Coverage Explanations ..................
Destination & Waypoint .................................
Destination and Waypoint ..............................
Detour ...........................................................
Display, Cleaning ..........................................
Display route .................................................
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46
63
61
15
63
C
E
Calibration ..................................................... 56
Canadian Owners ........................................... 2
Canceling Guidance ...................................... 13
CD
Player ........................................................ 95
Six-Disc Changer ..................................... 101
CD Changer Errors ..................................... 104
CD Player ..................................................... 95
Cleaning the Display ..................................... 15
Coordinates ................................................... 34
Ejecting the DVD Map Disc ........................... 68
Emergency .................................................... 28
Enter Destination ........................................... 20
F
Finding a Station ........................................... 86
Freeway Entrance/Exit ................................... 32
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G
Getting Started, Navigation .............................. 5
Getting Started on Your Route ...................... 36
Global Positioning System (GPS) .................. 76
Guidance Volume ................................... 15, 59
H
Hard Keys ..................................................... 18
Head-Up Display (HUD) ................................ 75
Home ..................................................... 35, 48
I
Installing the DVD Map Disc ......................... 67
Intersection ................................................... 31
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M
Map ..............................................................
Map Adjustments ...........................................
Map Appearance ...........................................
Map Scales ...................................................
Maps ............................................................
Memory Points ....................................... 29,
27
68
72
68
67
40
N
Navigation
Getting Started ............................................ 5
System Overview ......................................... 4
Using the System ...................................... 18
O
Q
Ordering
Map DVDs ................................................. 79
Overview, Navigation System .......................... 4
Owners, Canadian .......................................... 2
Quick POI Selection ...................................... 53
P
Phone Number ..............................................
Playing a CD ................................................
Playing the Radio ..........................................
Point of Interest (POI) ...................................
Preset Destination .................................. 35,
Preset Station Menu ......................................
Previous Destination ............................... 30,
Problems with Route Guidance .....................
33
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82
24
49
87
49
78
R
Radio ............................................................ 82
Personalization with Home and Away
Feature ................................................. 106
Radio Data System (RDS) ............................ 89
Region .......................................................... 21
Regional Maps .............................................. 67
Restore System Defaults ............................... 59
Route Preferences ........................................ 62
Route Preview ............................................... 65
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S
U
Scrolling the Map .......................................... 69
Search Condition ........................................... 60
Setting Radio Station Presets .......................... 8
Setting the Region, Entering an Address
and Point of Interest, and Storing a Home
Destination and Preset Destinations ............. 9
Setting the Search Area ................................ 68
Setting the Time ............................................. 8
Six-Disc CD Changer .................................. 101
Sound Menu ................................................. 88
Stored Locations ........................................... 14
Symbols ........................................................ 69
System Needs Service, If .............................. 79
User Settings ................................................ 58
Using an MP3 ............................................... 98
Using Your Home or Preset Destinations ....... 13
T
Touch-Sensitive Buttons ................................ 19
Traveling Across Regions .............................. 74
Two-Dimensional/Three-Dimensional
(2D/3D) View ............................................. 52
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V
Vehicle Positioning ........................................ 77
Voice Recognition ........................................ 108
Voice Recognition Commands ..................... 109
X
XM Radio Messages ..................................... 94
XM™ Satellite Radio Service ........................ 93
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