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Playing a CD, CD Changer
Operating the CD Changer
Loading CDs in the Changer
On EX, EX-L and Touring models
On vehicles with navigation system
Your audio system has an in-dash
CD changer that holds up to six CDs,
providing several hours of
continuous entertainment. You
operate this CD changer with the
same controls used for the radio.
To load CDs or operate the CD
changer, the ignition switch must be
in the ACCESSORY (I) or ON (II)
position.
Do not use CDs with adhesive labels.
The label can curl up and cause the CD
to jam in the unit.
On vehicles with navigation system
The CD changer is behind the
navigation system screen. To use the
CD changer, press the OPEN button
beside the screen. The screen folds
back, and the CD changer appears.
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LOAD BUTTON
LOAD INDICATOR
OPEN BUTTON
To return the screen to the upright
position, press the OPEN button
again. Do not use the folded screen
as a tray. If you put a cup, for
example, on the screen, the liquid
inside the cup may spill on the
screen when you go over a bump.
Operating the Optional CD Changer
On LX model
An optional six disc CD changer is
available for your vehicle from your
dealer. Refer to the six disc in-dash
CD changer. Operating Instructions
supplied with the unit.
To load multiple CDs in one
operation:
1. Press and hold the LOAD button
beside the CD slot until you see
‘‘LOADING’’ in the display, then
release the button.
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2. The indicators above the disc
buttons of the empty positions will
blink, and the green load indicator
above the CD slot comes on.
4. When LOADING appears again in
the display, insert the next CD into
the CD slot.
5. Repeat this until all six positions
are loaded. The system will then
begin playing the first CD loaded.
If you press the LOAD button while
a CD is playing, the system will stop
playing that CD and start the loading
sequence. It will then play the CD
just loaded.
To load a single CD:
You can also load a CD into an empty
position while a CD is playing by
pressing the appropriate disc button.
Select an empty disc button (the
indicator above the button is off),
and press the button. The system
will stop playing the current CD and
start the loading sequence. It will
then play the CD just loaded.
1. Press and release the LOAD
button.
2. The indicators above the Disc
buttons of the empty positions will
blink, and the green CD load
indicator comes on. When you see
‘‘LOADING’’ in the display, insert
the disc into the CD slot. Insert it
only about halfway; the drive will
pull it in the rest of the way.
3. The system will load the CD and
begin playing it.
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3. Insert a CD into the CD slot.
Insert it only about halfway; the
drive will pull it in the rest of the
way. You will see ‘‘BUSY’’ in the
display. The CD load indicator
turns red and blinks as the CD is
loaded.
If you stop loading CDs before all six
positions are filled, the system will
wait for 10 seconds, then stop the
load operation and begin playing the
last CD loaded.
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On vehicles without navigation system
To load multiple CDs in one
operation:
1. Press and hold the LOAD button
beside the CD slot until you see
‘‘LOADING’’ in the display, then
release the button.
2. On the upper right side of the
display, the disc number for an
empty position will begin blinking,
and the green CD load indicator
will come on.
3. Insert the CD into the CD slot.
Insert it only about halfway; the
drive will pull it in the rest of the
way. You will see ‘‘BUSY’’ in the
display. The CD loaded indicator
turns red and blinks as the CD is
loaded.
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4. When ‘‘LOADING’’ appears again
in the display, insert the next CD
into the CD slot.
5. Repeat this until all six positions
are loaded. The system will then
begin playing the last CD loaded.
If you are not loading CDs into all six
positions, press the LOAD button
again after the last CD has loaded.
The system will begin playing the
last CD loaded.
If you stop loading CDs before all six
positions are filled, the system will
wait for ten seconds, then stop the
load operation and begin playing the
last CD loaded.
To load a single CD:
1. Press and release the LOAD
button.
2. When the disc number for an
empty position starts to blink and
the green CD load indicator comes
on, you will see LOAD in the
display. Insert the disc into the CD
slot. Insert it only about halfway,
the drive will pull it in the rest of
the way.
3. The system will load the CD and
begin playing it.
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To Play a CD
Select the CD changer by pressing
the CD button. You will see ‘‘CD’’ in
the display. The system will begin
playing the last selected disc in the
CD changer. You will see the disc
and track numbers displayed.
To select a different CD, press the
appropriate preset button (1 − 6). If
you select an empty position in the
CD changer, the system will go into
the loading sequence.
You can use the SKIP bar while a
disc is playing to select passages and
change tracks.
To move rapidly within a track, press
and hold the − or + side of the
SKIP bar. You will hear a beep and
On models with a rear entertainment
system and a navigation system, you
cannot listen to a disc and XM Radio
at the same time. For example, when
a disc is playing on the front
speakers, you cannot listen to XM
Radio on the rear speakers, or vice
versa.
To Change Tracks
Each time you press the + side of
the SKIP bar, the system skips
forward to the beginning of the next
track. Press and release the − side
to skip backward to the beginning of
the current track. Press it again to
skip to the beginning of the previous
track.
On vehicles without navigation system
REPEAT − To activate the repeat
feature, press and release the RPT
button. You will see RPT in the
display as a reminder. The system
continuously replays the current
track. Press the RPT button again to
turn it off. Pressing either side of the
SKIP bar also turns off the repeat
feature.
RANDOM PLAY − This feature,
when activated, plays the tracks
within a CD in random order, rather
than in the order they are recorded
on the CD. To activate random play,
press the RDM button. You will see
RDM in the display. The system will
then select and play tracks randomly.
This continues until you deactivate
random play by pressing the RDM
button again, or you select a
different CD with a preset button.
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When that CD ends, the next CD in
the CD changer is loaded and played.
After the last CD finishes, the
system returns to CD 1.
the system will continue to move
through the track. Press the + side
of the SKIP bar to move forward, or
the − side to move backward.
Release the bar when the system
reaches the point you want.
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Track Scan
When you press the SCAN button or
touch the TRACK SCAN icon on the
upper display, the first track of the
current disc plays for about 10
seconds. You will see SCAN in the
upper display and in the audio
display. To hear the rest of the track,
press the SCAN button or touch the
TRACK SCAN icon again within 10
seconds. If you don’t, the system
advances to the next track, plays
about 10 seconds of it, and continues
through the rest of the tracks the
same way.
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Disc Scan
When you press and hold the SCAN
button until you see D-Scan in the
display, or when you touch the DISC
SCAN icon on the upper display, the
first track of the current CD plays
for about 10 seconds. You will see DSCAN in the display and DISC SCAN
in the upper display. To hear the rest
of the CD, press the SCAN button or
touch the DISC SCAN icon again,
within 10 seconds. If you don’t, the
system advances to the next disc,
plays about 10 seconds of it, and
continues throughout the rest of the
CDs the same way. When the
system reaches the last disc, DISC
SCAN is cancelled, and the CD plays
normally.
Track Repeat
When you press and release the RPT
button or touch the TRACK RPT
icon on the upper display, the system
continuously replays the current
track. As a reminder, you will see
REPEAT (TRACK REPEAT) in the
display. To turn this feature off,
press the RPT button, or touch the
TRACK REPEAT icon again.
Disc Repeat
When you press and hold the RPT
button until REPEAT is in the
display, or when you touch the DISC
RPT icon on the audio display, the
system continuously replays the
current disc. As a reminder, you will
see D-RPT (DISC RPT) in the
display.
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To Stop Playing a Disc
To take the system out of CD mode,
press the AM/FM button or SAT
RADIO button (U.S. models). Each
time you press the AM/FM button,
the system changes to the next
mode (AM, FM1, or FM2). When
you return to CD mode by pressing
the CD button, play will continue
where it left off.
If you turn the system off while a CD
is playing, either with the PWR/VOL
knob or the ignition switch, play will
continue at the same point when you
turn it back on.
Removing CDs from the Changer
To remove the disc that is currently
playing, press the eject button. You
will see ‘‘EJECT’’ in the display.
When you remove the disc from the
slot, the system automatically begins
the load sequence so you can load
another disc in that position. If you
do not load another disc within 15
seconds, the system selects the
previous mode [AM, FM1, FM2,
tape, or XM Radio (U.S. models)].
If you do not remove the CD from
the slot, the system will reload the
CD after 10 seconds and put the CD
changer in pause mode. To begin
playing the CD, press the CD button.
To remove the disc from the
changer, first select it by pressing
the appropriate disc button or
corresponding number on the preset
button. When that disc begins
playing, press the eject button.
When you press the eject button
while listening to the radio, or with
the audio system turned off, the disc
that was last selected is ejected.
After that disc is ejected, pressing
the eject button again will eject the
next disc in numerical order. By
doing this six times, you can remove
all the discs from the changer.
You can also eject discs when the
ignition switch is on or off:
To eject one disc, press and release
the eject button.
To eject all discs, press and hold the
eject button until the indicators
above the disc buttons blink.
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Random Play
When you press the RDM button or
touch the TRACK RANDOM icon on
the upper display, the system plays
the tracks of the current disc in
random order. You will see
RANDOM (TRACK RANDOM) in
the display. To turn this feature off,
press the RDM button (touch
TRACK RANDOM) again.
Operation of TRACK SCAN, DISC
SCAN, TRACK REPEAT, DISC
REPEAT, and TRACK RANDOM on
the upper display is possible only
when the audio display is in the
upright position.
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Protecting Your CDs
General Information
When using CD-R discs, use only
high quality CDs labeled for audio
use.
When recording a CD-R, the
recording must be closed for it to
be used.
CD-RW discs will not work in this
unit.
Play only standard round CDs.
Odd-shaped CDs may jam in the
drive or cause other problems.
Handle your CDs properly to
prevent damage and skipping.
Protecting CDs
When a CD is not being played, store
it in its case to protect it from dust
and other contamination. To prevent
warpage, keep CDs out of direct
sunlight and extreme heat.
To clean a CD, use a clean soft cloth.
Wipe across the CD from the center
to the outside edge.
A new CD may be rough on the
inner and outer edges. The small
plastic pieces causing this roughness
can flake off and fall on the recording surface of the CD, causing
skipping or other problems. Remove
these pieces by rubbing the inner
and outer edges with the side of a
pencil or pen.
Never try to insert foreign objects in
the CD player or the CD changer.
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Handle a CD by its edges; never
touch either surface. Do not place
stabilizer rings or labels on the CD.
These, along with contamination
from fingerprints, liquids, and felt-tip
pens, can cause the CD to not play
properly or possibly jam in the drive.
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