Navigation Guide - GM Owner Center
2006 Cadillac SRX Navigation System
Overview ........................................................
Overview
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Features and Controls .....................................
Features and Controls
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Navigation Audio System ................................
Navigation Audio System
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Voice Recognition ........................................... 4-1
Voice Recognition
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Vehicle Customization ..................................... 5-1
Vehicle Customization ................................. 5-2
Index ................................................................ 1
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The information in this manual supplements the owner
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Section 1
Overview
Overview .........................................................1-2
Navigation System Overview ............................1-2
Getting Started ...............................................1-3
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Overview
Navigation System Overview
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A. BAND Key. See “Finding a Station” under Navigation
Audio System on page 3-2.
B. CD Key. See Navigation Audio System on page 3-2
or CD/DVD Player on page 3-18.
C. DVD Key. See “Playing a DVD” under CD/DVD
Player on page 3-18.
D. TUNE/SEEK Key. See “Playing the Radio” under
Navigation Audio System on page 3-2.
E. Audio/Adjust Key. See “Main Audio Menu” under
Navigation Audio System on page 3-2.
F. Power-Volume Knob. See “Hard Keys” under Using
the Navigation System on page 2-2.
G. Navigation System Screen
H. RPT (Repeat) Key. See “Hard Keys” under Using
the Navigation System on page 2-2.
I. MAP Key. See “Hard Keys” under Using the
Navigation System on page 2-2.
J. ROUTE Key. See “Hard Keys” under Using the
Navigation System on page 2-2.
K. MENU Key. See “Hard Keys” under Using the
Navigation System on page 2-2.
L. TILT Key. See “Hard Keys” under Using the
Navigation System on page 2-2.
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. 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.
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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.
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.
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{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 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.
When getting started, you may set the navigation
system to your preference using various options.
To do so, reference the following topics:
• To adjust screen appearance, language, clock,
English/metric measurements, or other options,
see “Main Audio Menu” under Navigation Audio
System on page 3-2.
• To adjust voice guidance volume or other navigation
The navigation system allows you to do the following:
settings, see Setup Menu on page 2-4.
• Plan a route with provided turn-by-turn route
and map guidance with voice prompts. See
Plan Route on page 2-18 for more information.
• Select a destination using various methods and
choices.
• Receive broadcast announcements on traffic and
emergency alert communications.
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✍ NOTES
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Section 2
Features and Controls
Features and Controls ......................................2-2
Using the Navigation System ...........................2-2
Setup Menu ...................................................2-4
Maps ..........................................................2-10
Symbols ......................................................2-13
Plan Route ..................................................2-18
Edit Memory Point ........................................2-19
Edit Waypoint ...............................................2-23
Edit Avoid Point/Area ....................................2-25
Enter Destination ..........................................2-27
Route Preference ..........................................2-36
Remote Keyless Entry System ........................2-38
OnStar® System ...........................................2-39
Global Positioning System (GPS) ....................2-39
Vehicle Positioning ........................................2-40
Problems with Route Guidance .......................2-41
If the System Needs Service ..........................2-42
Ordering Map DVDs ......................................2-42
Database Coverage Explanations ....................2-42
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Features and Controls
Using the Navigation System
This section presents basic information you will need to
know to operate the navigation system.
Use the keys located on each side of the navigation
screen, as well as the available touch-sensitive screen
buttons, to operate the system. See Navigation System
Overview on page 1-2 for more information on location.
Once the vehicle is moving, various functions will be
disabled to reduce driver distraction.
Hard Keys
The following hard keys are located to the left of the
navigation screen:
BAND: Press the BAND key to access the band screen
and switch between AM, FM1, FM2, XM1, XM2, and
WX, if equipped. See “Finding a Station” under
Navigation Audio System on page 3-2.
CD: Press the CD key to play a CD. The CD screen
will be displayed. See Six-Disc CD Changer on
page 3-23 or CD/DVD Player on page 3-18.
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DVD: Press the DVD key to play a DVD. The DVD
screen will be displayed. See CD/DVD Player on
page 3-18.
y TUNE/SEEK z: Press the TUNE/SEEK up or down
arrows to go to the next or previous radio station and stay
there. See “Finding a Station” under Navigation Audio
System on page 3-2.
e/ z: Press the audio/adjust key to view the main
audio menu. See “Main Audio Menu” under Navigation
Audio System on page 3-2.
PWR-VOL (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.
The following hard keys are located to the right of the
navigation screen:
RPT: Press the repeat key to repeat the current voice
guidance navigation prompt.
MAP: Press the MAP key to view the map screen
showing current vehicle position.
The map screen can also display the following
information:
• North or Heading Up symbol. See Symbols on
page 2-13.
• Map scale. See Maps on page 2-10.
• Distance to destination.
• GPS symbol if GPS signal is not being received.
See Global Positioning System (GPS) on
page 2-39.
• Options you have selected for reaching your current
destination.
• Driver Information.
• Radio band and presets.
ROUTE: Press the ROUTE key to display the PLAN
ROUTE menu. See Plan Route on page 2-18.
MENU: Press the MENU key to display the SETUP
MENU. See Setup Menu on page 2-4.
TILT X: Press the TILT key to open the navigation
system faceplate for loading or removing the map DVD,
a video DVD, or an audio CD. This key can only be
used while the vehicle is in PARK (P).
Alpha-Numeric Keypad
Letters of the alphabet, symbols, punctuation, and
numbers, when available to you, will be displayed on the
navigation screen as an alpha or numeric keypad. The
alpha keypad will be displayed when the system needs
you to input a city or street name. You can also touch
Char 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.
Select the space symbol to enter a space between
characters or the words of a name.
V:
Select the backspace symbol if you have
selected an incorrect character.
To make your name selections easier, the system will
only allow you to select a character which can follow the
last one entered. For example, if you enter Z, you would
not be allowed to follow it with T. The system will highlight
the available characters and darken the unavailable
characters.
If you are unsuccessful when inputting a name, it may
need to be selected differently. It is also possible that the
map DVD database may not contain that information or
the correct search area has not been selected. See
Database Coverage Explanations on page 2-42 for more
information.
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Touch Sensitive Buttons
Touch-sensitive buttons, or screen buttons, are located
on the screen. When you have successfully selected a
screen button, a beep will be heard. These buttons will be
highlighted when a feature is available and dim when
they are unavailable. There are some toggle screen
buttons that will be light blue when active and dark blue
when inactive.
Setup Menu
MENU: Press the MENU key located to the right of the
navigation screen to access the SETUP MENU.
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The SETUP MENU allows you to adjust such things
as map appearance, navigation settings, and voice
guidance volume.
Navigation Settings
This menu allows you to change the following options
for the navigation system.
Restore Default Settings
This feature will automatically reset the system to the
default values.
To restore the default settings, do the following:
1. Touch the Restore Default Settings screen button.
2. Touch Enter.
3. Touch Return to exit this menu.
System Configuration
This feature allows you to reconfigure the navigation
system. If you begin to drive your vehicle during
this procedure, the system will not be able to adjust the
position or direction of your vehicle.
Touch the System Configuration screen button to view
the following choices:
Adjust Vehicle Position: To correct the position of
your vehicle on the map or to change vehicle position,
do the following:
2. Use the scroll symbol and the zoom in/zoom out
feature to locate the vehicle position on the map.
3. Touch Enter to set the vehicle position. The system
will display Position Adjustment and two arrows will
appear on the map screen.
4. Touch the arrows to adjust the direction of the
vehicle. As you touch the arrows, you will see
the vehicle symbol direction changing.
5. When you have set the vehicle to the correct
direction, touch Enter. Relocation Complete
will be displayed.
6. Touch Return to exit this menu.
Calibrate Vehicle Speed Signal: If there are tire
pressure differences or if a spare tire is installed, the
navigation system will automatically recalibrate the
system. You may also choose to calibrate it yourself by
doing the following:
1. Touch Start to begin calibration.
2. Touch Return to exit this menu.
1. Touch the Adjust Vehicle Position screen button.
The system will display Position Adjustment. The
vehicle location symbol and the scroll symbol
will appear on the map.
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Time to Destination
This feature allows you to view the estimated time to
travel from your current position to the destination, and
to reset the average speed to factory default settings.
Estimated travel time is based on calculated route
information and the vehicle’s average speed. Touch ON
to turn this feature on, OFF to turn this feature off, or
Reset to restore vehicle speed default settings. With this
feature on, the estimated travel time to destination will
display along with the distance to destination.
Quick POI (Point of Interest) Selection
This menu allows you to choose a point of interest
(POI), such as gas stations, restaurants, hotels, etc.
to be displayed on the map screen. You can also set a
destination to a specific POI.
Setting the Quick POI Menu
To set the Quick POI list displayed on the map screen,
do the following:
1. Select the category you would like to replace.
2. Select a Quick POI category from the Quick POI
selection menu list. The system will return to the
Quick POI selection screen when a POI is selected.
3. Touch Return to save the setting and return
to previous menu.
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Displaying Quick POI Icons
Setting a Destination Using Quick POI
To display POI icons of a category on the map screen,
do the following:
This feature will allow you to choose a POI as your
destination. To set a destination using a POI, do
the following:
1. Touch the map screen once.
2. Touch the POI button. The Quick POI Selection list
will be displayed.
3. Select a category type or touch List Categories Or
All Local POIs to display the icons of the selected
category on the map screen.
Removing Quick POI Icons
To remove POI icons from the map screen, do the
following:
1. Touch the map screen once.
2. Touch the POI OFF screen button. The current POI
icons will be removed from the map screen.
1. Touch the POI icon on the map screen that you
wish to set as a destination.
The selected icon will be surrounded by a blinking
box, and the name of the icon will be displayed.
You may also touch INFO to view the POI name,
address, city, and phone number, if available.
2. Touch the ENT DEST screen button.
If a final destination has already been entered, you
can add the POI as a waypoint. See Edit Waypoint
on page 2-23 for more information.
3. Touch Enter to start planning your route.
4. To start route guidance, touch Start or begin driving
the vehicle. Route guidance will automatically begin
after a short distance.
If you wish to cancel the route you have just set, do the
following:
1. Press the ROUTE hard key.
2. Touch the Route Preference screen button.
3. Touch the Cancel Route screen button.
4. Select YES to cancel or NO to continue.
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Guidance Appearance
This menu allows you to set the guidance appearance
screen options. This screen is displayed on the map
while on a planned route. The current settings will
appear as light blue.
Full Screen: Select this feature to display the guidance
screen on the map when approaching a maneuver.
Turn List: Select this feature to have the guidance
screen display several upcoming turns. Directional
arrows, street name, and distance to the next turn will
be displayed. As you approach the next turn, the system
will display a closer view of the upcoming maneuver.
Arrow: Select this feature to have the guidance screen
display the next turn. A directional arrow, street name,
and distance to the turn will be displayed. As you
approach the turn, the system will display a closer
view of the upcoming maneuver.
2D: Select this feature to display the guidance screen
as a two-dimensional view.
3D: Select this feature to display the guidance screen
as a three-dimensional view.
Split Map: Select this feature to display the guidance
screen on the map at all times.
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Map Appearance
This menu allows you to set the map appearance screen
options. The current setting will appear as light blue.
Set 3D Viewing Angle: This feature allows you to
adjust the 3D viewing angle. To do so, do the following:
1. Touch 3D on the MAP APPEARANCE menu.
2. Touch Set 3D Viewing Angle.
The map screen with the 3D viewing angle bar will
be displayed.
3. Touch the up or down arrows to set the viewing
angle.
4. Touch Return to save your settings and to exit this
menu or touch Reset to restore the viewing angle to
the default setting.
Voice Guidance Volume Settings
This feature allows you to set the voice prompt volume
level or to turn voice prompts on or off.
2D: Select this feature to display the map as a
two-dimensional view.
3D: Select this feature to display the map as a
three-dimensional view.
Set the voice prompt volume level by touching the
numbered buttons to increase or decrease the volume
level. You may also choose to turn the voice prompts off.
Then touch Return to save your setting and to return
to the SETUP MENU.
If a voice prompt is active while the audio system is on,
the audio system volume will decrease and the voice
prompt will be heard through the driver’s side front
speaker.
Voice prompts will not be heard while using voice
recognition.
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Maps
3. If already loaded, the map DVD or a CD will eject
from the slot.
This section includes basic information you need to
know about the map database.
4. Load the map DVD into the slot by inserting it
partway. The system will pull it in.
Regional Maps
5. Press and release the TILT key to close the
faceplate.
The maps are stored on a DVD-ROM. The 48 contiguous
United States and portions of Canada are contained on
one disc. The U.S. map database includes interstate
freeways, state highways, country roads, and major and
general streets.
Refer to the “Navigation System Map Disc” manual to
view the explanation of map coverage and detailed
city lists in each region. The map disc manual will be
in your map DVD case when the vehicle is delivered
from the factory.
When your vehicle is delivered from the factory, the
dealer may have installed the map DVD. If the map DVD
was not installed in your vehicle when first purchased,
do the following:
1. Turn the ignition on.
2. With the vehicle in PARK (P), press and hold the
TILT key until a beep is heard. The system’s
faceplate will open.
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Notice: Shifting out of PARK (P) with the system’s
faceplate open will cause the faceplate to close
automatically. This could cause damage to a CD, DVD
or the system if it is partially loaded. Before shifting
out of PARK (P), make sure that the DVD or CD is
loaded properly. The vehicle must be shifted back
into PARK (P) to close the faceplate.
Once the map DVD is inserted correctly, you will have
the following two choices:
• LANGUAGE
• I AGREE
You can change the language at this time. See
“Language” under Navigation Audio System on page 3-2
for more information on choosing a language. Once a
language has been selected, touch I AGREE to plan a
route. The map will appear showing your current vehicle
position.
Setting the Search Area
To determine or change the system’s search area, do
the following:
1. Press the ROUTE key.
2. Touch the Enter Destination screen button.
3. Touch Change under
the Search Area
heading. The system
will display a map
with each region
represented.
4. Select the desired region by touching the appropriate
screen button to the left of the U.S. map. The name
of the states or the country included in the selected
region will be displayed at the bottom of the screen
and the region will be highlighted.
5. Touch Enter to set the region as the search area.
6. Touch Return to go back to the previous screen.
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Map Adjustments
Scrolling the Map
The system allows you to adjust the scale of view on
the map. The map will scroll automatically based on the
direction you are traveling.
Touch anywhere on the
map screen twice to
display the scroll symbol.
Map Scales
To view a larger or smaller
scale of the map, touch
the map scale arrows.
Place your finger on the map screen in any direction
outside of the scroll symbol to scroll in that direction. The
map will continue to scroll until you remove your finger.
If your vehicle is in PARK (P), the system will initially
scroll at a slower rate. The rate will increase if you
continue to touch the map screen.
If your vehicle is in motion, there is one scroll speed
and a limited distance to scroll. You must keep touching
the map screen to scroll a longer distance.
If your vehicle icon becomes lost while scrolling, press
the MAP key to show the vehicle’s current location.
You may also adjust the scale of the map by touching
the scale on the bar. The scale of a map can range from
1/32 of a mile (0.05 km) to 128 miles (256 km).
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You may also use the scroll feature to set a destination.
See “Set by Map” under Enter Destination on page 2-27.
Symbols
The following symbols are the most common that
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 to show your
destination after a route
has been planned.
You will see this type of
symbol on the map when
a waypoint has been
planned.
The waypoint symbol will be numbered from 1 through 5
depending on how many waypoints have been set.
See Edit Waypoint on page 2-23 for more information
on adding waypoints.
This symbol indicates
the distance to your
final destination.
See Enter Destination on page 2-27 for more information
on planning a route.
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This symbol indicates the
distance and estimated
travel time to your final
destination. The Estimated
Travel Time feature must
be on for estimated travel
time to be displayed.
This symbol indicates the
map with North up.
While in North up mode, North will always be at the top
of the map screen regardless of which direction the
vehicle is traveling.
This symbol indicates
the distance to your final
destination in a
straight line.
This symbol indicates the
map with the vehicle travel
direction up, or Heading up.
The shaded triangle indicates North. While in Heading
up mode, the direction your vehicle is traveling will
always be at the top of the map screen.
This symbol will appear before route guidance begins or if
you are on a road where route guidance is not available.
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Touch either the North Up heading symbol or the
vehicle Heading Up symbol to alternate between
settings.
This symbol will appear
when the navigation
system is unable to
receive the GPS signal.
See Global Positioning System (GPS) on page 2-39 for
more information.
When a point of
interest (POI) or street
address name is too long
to be displayed, an arrow
will appear.
This symbol indicates the
position of the next turn
instruction.
While on a planned route,
touch this symbol to
display the DEST MAP,
WHOLE, and TURN LIST
options.
Touch the right or left arrow to scroll through the
entire name.
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With these options, you can do the following:
Dest (Destination) Map: This option allows you to view
the final destination location. The destination’s name
or address will be displayed on the map screen. Touch
Return when finished.
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Whole: This option allows you to view the entire
planned route. The distance to destination will be
displayed on the map screen. Touch Return when
finished.
The turn list will read from bottom to top. The bottom
street name is the street you are currently on. The system
automatically updates this screen as you make each turn.
You may also touch the scroll up and down arrows
providing scroll is available. Touching the down arrow will
bring you to your current location. Touching the up arrow
will give you upcoming streets. At times, there may not be
names available for entrance or exit ramps.
To avoid a turn, touch AVOID next to the turn you want
to avoid. You can use REDUCE or ENLARGE to edit
the avoided point. Touch Reroute or press the MAP key
to calculate your new route.
Touch Return to view your current position and to turn
the turn list screen off.
Touch REROUTE or press the MAP key to calculate a
new route.
Turn List: This option allows you to view a step-by-step
listing of upcoming street names, the distance that you
will travel on the road, and turns you will need to make
during your planned route.
Auto Reroute
After touching Turn List, the system may take some
time to create the list. The length of time will vary
depending on the length of your route and the
planning methods you have selected.
When your destination is set and you travel off of the
planned route, the system will automatically begin to
reroute you. You will see the new route highlighted on the
screen.
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Traveling Across Regions
If you plan to drive across several states, you may have
to change the selected region to represent the area you
are traveling to.
There are two ways you can plan a destination when
traveling across regions.
The following method is suggested and provides the
most route guidance and map display functions:
Change the selected search area region when you get
closer to the area you are traveling to. See “Setting the
Search Area” under Maps on page 2-10 for more
information.
Plan Route
To plan a route, press the ROUTE key. The PLAN
ROUTE menu will be displayed.
1. Change the selected search area region when you
get closer to the area you are traveling to. See
“Setting the Search Area” under Maps on
page 2-10.
2. Enter your destination and route settings. See Enter
Destination on page 2-27 for more information.
If you do not want to use the first method, keep your
currently selected search area region and enter your
destination. This method allows you only to select a
destination from the easy planning route method or from
the All Points of Interest (POI) categories with the “All
Search Areas” comment for US Only. For example,
Tourist is a category that features this comment. See
Enter Destination on page 2-27 for more information.
If you are traveling in or to Canada and you cross
the regional border, the only map scale views
available are 4 mi, 8 mi, 31 mi, and 128 mi
(8 km, 16 km, 64 km and 256 km).
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You may use one of several destination entry methods
to plan a route. See Enter Destination on page 2-27
for more information.
Edit Memory Point
This feature allows you to store, delete, and edit
memory points. Touch the Edit Memory Point screen
button from the PLAN ROUTE menu to access the EDIT
MEMORY POINT screen.
A total of 60 locations can be stored. The last
10 destinations entered will be stored under Previous
Destination. In addition, one memory point can be stored
under the Home category.
If all 60 stored points are entered, the system will notify
you that there is no available storage left in memory
points. A memory point must be removed before storing
additional memory points.
Registering Memory Points
To store a memory point, do the following:
1. Select a category from the EDIT MEMORY
POINT menu.
2. Touch REGISTER.
3. Select a method for entering a destination. A map
will appear displaying the memory point’s location.
4. If available, touch INFO to view the address
information for the memory point.
5. Touch Enter to store the point.
You can store memory points in four different categories,
personal, business, entertainment, and marked point.
Memory points are stored when you select either START
or MARK when setting a destination on the map or
when you are storing destinations in memory.
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Editing Memory Points
Name Editing of a Memory Point
This feature allows you to edit the contents stored in
memory. The following options are available:
To modify the name of a stored memory point, do the
following:
Icon Editing of a Memory Point
Each memory point is displayed with a default icon. To
edit an icon, do the following:
1. Select the category of the memory point.
2. Select the item you want to edit.
1. Select the category of the memory point.
3. Touch the NAME screen button and use the alpha
keypad to edit the name. Names may contain up to
15 alpha and/or numeric characters.
2. Select the item you want to edit.
4. Touch Return to go to the previous screen.
3. Touch the icon. The EDIT MEMORY POINT icon
screen will appear.
Moving Memory Points
4. Touch the icon you would like to use. The system will
then return to the EDIT MEMORY POINT menu.
To move a memory point from one category to another,
do the following:
5. Touch Return to go back to the previous screen.
1. Select the category of the memory point.
You will see the new memory point icon on the map.
2. Select the memory point you want to edit.
When selecting an icon, you can choose from 18 different
icons, three of which are sound icons. The same icon
may be used for other memory points as well.
3. Touch CATEGORY. A list of categories will appear.
The current category for the item will be highlighted
and cannot be selected.
4. Touch the screen button for the category you want
the memory point placed in. A pop-up window will
appear displaying the change in category.
5. Touch Return to go back to the previous screen.
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Adjusting a Memory Point
Deleting Single Memory Points
To relocate a memory point’s location, do the following:
To delete a single memory point, do the following:
1. Select the category of the memory point.
1. Press the ROUTE key.
2. Select the memory point you want to edit.
2. Touch EDIT MEMORY POINT.
3. Touch POSITION. A map screen with the position
of this memory point will appear.
3. Select the category of the memory point.
4. Touch anywhere on the screen to activate the scroll
feature and relocate the memory point. See Maps
on page 2-10.
5. Select the memory point you want to delete.
A confirmation window will appear.
4. Touch DELETE.
5. Touch Enter to save the memory point’s new
location.
6. Touch YES to delete the memory point or NO to
return to the previous menu.
6. Touch Return to go back to the previous screen.
7. Touch Return to go back to the previous screen.
Changing the Phone Number of a
Memory Point
To edit or add the phone number of a memory point,
do the following:
Deleting All Memory Points
To delete all of the memory points in a category, do the
following:
1. Press the ROUTE key.
1. Select the category of the memory point.
2. Touch EDIT MEMORY POINT.
2. Select the memory point you want to edit.
3. Select the desired category.
3. Touch PHONE and use the numeric keypad to edit
or add the number.
4. Touch the DELETE ALL screen button.
A confirmation window will appear.
4. Touch the RETURN button to take you back to the
previous screen when you have finished.
5. Touch YES to delete the memory points or NO to
return to the previous menu.
6. Touch Return to go back to the previous screen.
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Edit Category
Previous Destination Memory
To edit the name of a category, do the following:
Each time you select Start from the map screen, that
destination will be stored as a memory point under
PREVIOUS DESTINATION. This category will store
up to 10 destinations.
1. Press the ROUTE key.
2. Touch EDIT MEMORY POINT.
3. Select the category you want to edit.
4. Touch the EDIT CATEGORY screen button and
use the alpha keypad to edit the category name.
The name can consist of up to 15 alpha and/or
numeric characters.
5. Touch Return to go back to the previous screen.
Marked Point
A marked point is a memory point which has been stored
by selecting the MARK screen button while traveling on a
planned route. You can also use the scroll feature to plan
a destination on the map after reaching the destination, or
by moving a memory point to a marked point category.
See “Editing Memory Points” earlier in this section for
more information.
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When the Previous Destination category contains more
than 10 destinations, the system will remove the oldest
destination stored and add the most recent one selected
to the list.
If you do not want a previous destination to be lost, you
must move the destination into a memory point category.
See “Moving Memory Points” earlier in this section for
more information.
Home Memory
This memory point is stored by selecting Home from
the EDIT MEMORY POINT screen. See “Registering
Memory Points” earlier in this section and “Home” under
Enter Destination on page 2-27 for more information.
Edit Waypoint
Adding a Waypoint
Waypoints are destinations you can set along the way to
your final destination. This feature allows you to add, edit,
and delete waypoints.
To add a waypoint to your route, do the following:
1. Touch Add Waypoint.
2. Enter a destination. See Enter Destination on
page 2-27.
A map will appear showing the location of the
waypoint.
3. Touch Enter to add your waypoint.
4. Touch the ADD screen button to insert the waypoint
in the desired order.
5. The system will display the ROUTE INFORMATION
screen. From this screen, several options are
available.
You may set up to five waypoints on the way to your
final destination.
To access the WAYPOINT menu, do the following:
1. Press the ROUTE key.
2. Touch Edit Waypoint.
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Delete: Touch Delete to delete a waypoint or the final
destination. A confirmation window will appear. Touch
YES to delete the point or NO to return to the previous
screen.
Delete All: Touch Delete All to delete all of the
waypoints and the final destination. A confirmation
window will appear. Touch YES to delete all waypoints
or NO to return to the previous screen.
Change: Touch Change to change the final destination.
Enter a destination. See Enter Destination on page 2-27.
Add: Touch Add to add additional waypoints. Refer to
the steps for adding a waypoint listed previously in
this section.
List: Touch List to view the waypoint on the map or to
change the order of the waypoints and final destination.
To change the order, touch CHG ORDER, then touch the
blank screen button next to the destination to select the
order of the waypoints and final destination. Press the
MAP key to view the destination and waypoints on the
map screen.
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Calculate: Touch Calculate to begin route calculation.
This feature will only be available if the final destination
has been set.
Editing a Waypoint
Edit Avoid Point/Area
This feature allows you to edit waypoints that have
already been set. To edit a waypoint, do the following:
From this menu you can register, edit, and delete an
area to be avoided while planning a route. These areas
can also be saved so the system can automatically
avoid them when planning a route.
1. Touch Edit Waypoint.
2. Touch the MAP key to view the destination location
on the map screen.
3. Touch CHANGE ORDER to change the order of the
waypoints and the final destination.
You can also use the map scroll to change a
waypoint from one location to another.
Deleting a Waypoint
To delete a waypoint from your route, do the following:
1. Touch Delete Waypoint.
2. Select the waypoint you want to delete.
A confirmation window will appear.
3. Touch YES to delete the waypoint or NO to return
to the previous menu.
To access the AVOID POINT/AREA menu, do the
following:
1. Press the ROUTE key.
2. Touch Edit Avoid Point/Area.
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Registering an Avoid Point/Area
Editing an Avoid Point/Area
To store an avoid point/area, do the following:
To edit an avoid point/area, do the following:
1. Touch Register Avoid Point/Area.
2. Enter a location. See Enter Destination on
page 2-27.
3. If desired, reduce or enlarge the area around the
point you want to avoid by using the REDUCE or
ENLARGE screen buttons.
If an avoid point cannot be avoided, the system
will display “Avoid Point and Area Stored. Route
May Not Avoid the Avoid Point and Areas.”
4. Touch Enter to set the area as an avoid point area.
When using the REDUCE or ENLARGE buttons, a
box will appear to represent the area or an X will
appear to represent the area avoided. When an
avoid point is set, the square will appear as green.
5. Touch Return to go back to the previous screen.
1. Touch Edit Avoid Point/Area. A list of avoided
points will appear.
2. Select the avoided point/area you want to change.
A map of the avoided area will appear.
3. Use REDUCE or ENLARGE to edit the
avoided point.
4. Touch Enter to set your new avoided area.
The system will display “Area Adjusted.”
5. Touch Return to go back to the previous screen.
Deleting an Avoid Point/Area
To delete an avoid point/area, do the following:
1. Touch Delete Avoid Point/Area. A list of avoided
points will appear.
2. Select the avoided point/area you want to delete.
3. The system will ask you to confirm your selection.
Touch Yes to delete the avoid point/area or No to
cancel.
If Yes is selected, the area will no longer be
avoided when traveling on a planned route.
4. Touch Return to go back to the previous screen.
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Enter Destination
To enter a destination, choose from one of the
destination entry methods following in this section.
The DESTINATION menu will give you several ways to
plan a route. Touch the Enter Destination screen
button from the PLAN ROUTE menu to display the
DESTINATION menu.
After entering a destination, If available, the system will
display up to three routes in a pop-up window indicating
the total mileage and time to destination for each route.
Select a route by touching NEXT. The map will display
each route in a different color. The selected route will be
highlighted in red.
To start route guidance, touch Start or begin driving
your vehicle. Route guidance will automatically begin
after a short distance.
If you touch CHG ROUTE before touching Start, you
will be able to change route preferences. See Route
Preference on page 2-36 for more information.
When a route has been planned, it will be highlighted
and a bulls-eye symbol will appear on the map to show
your final destination.
If you wish to cancel a route that has been set, see
“Cancel Route” under Route Preference on page 2-36.
For destination entry methods listed on the second page
of the DESTINATION menu, touch the Next Page arrow.
Touch the Prev. Page arrow to return to the first page.
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Easy Planning Route
With this destination entry method, you can select a
destination using the scroll symbol on the map screen.
See Maps on page 2-10.
To use this destination entry method, do the following:
1. Press the MAP key.
2. Touch the map screen twice for the scroll symbol to
appear. Touch the map or drag the scroll symbol
toward your destination.
3. Touch the map screen continuously to scroll
through the map faster. The address of the location
on the map will appear at the top of the screen.
If needed, use the zoom feature to locate your
destination. See “Map Scales” under Maps
on page 2-10 for more information.
4. Touch ENT DEST to set this location as your
destination. You may also touch MARK to store
this location as a memory point.
5. Touch Enter to plan your route.
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Address
This destination entry method allows you to input an
address by providing the system with a house number,
street name, and city. Select Street to begin entering
the desired address.
Do not include name extensions such as N. or Drive.
For example, the street name N. Civic Center Drive
should be entered as Civic Center. As information is
entered, the system will automatically search for
available names, and List will become available.
2. Touch List to view name choices or continue to
spell the street name to further reduce the number
of available items. Select a street name.
3. If the street name you entered exists in more than
one city on the DVD database, a list of cities will
appear. You can select a city from the list, or enter
the city name by selecting City. As you begin to enter
the city name, you can select the desired city from
the list which will appear, or continue to spell the
city name to further reduce the number of available
items.
4. Once the city name has been selected, enter the
house number using the numeric keypad.
The system will list the house number range that is
available for the street.
To use this destination entry method, do the following:
1. Enter the street name using the alpha keypad.
See “Alpha-Numeric Keypad” under Using the
Navigation System on page 2-2 for more
information.
5. When you have finished entering all of the address
information, touch Enter to plan your route.
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All Points of Interest
This destination entry method allows you to choose a
destination from the point of interest (POI) list. Selecting
All Points Of Interest from the DESTINATION menu will
bring up the alpha keypad. While inputting a POI or
city name, the List option will become available. As
information is entered, the system will search for
available POI and city names based on the information
given. The system will supply a list of names to make
a selection from when the choices are five or less.
You may search for a POI using the following three
methods:
• Touch NAME to type in a POI by name using the
alpha key pad. As you type in a name, the system
will search for an available match to your input.
Select the desired POI.
• Select a POI by touching CATEGORY. Use the
arrows to scroll through the categories listed.
Select a category along with any appropriate
sub-categories. If the list of available POIs for
the selected category is too long, you may need
to enter the POI’s name or city.
• Select CITY, then type in the city you wish to select
a POI from. Choose a city from the list of cities that
will appear. If the list of POIs for the selected city
is too long, enter the POI’s name or choose a
category.
While inputting a POI or city name, the List option will
become available. Touch List to view the list of name
choices, or continue to spell the name to further reduce
the list of available items.
The system will list all POIs available. You can sort by
name using NAME SORT or touch DIST SORT to
list POIs by distance from your current location.
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Memory Points
This destination entry method allows you to set a
memory point as your destination. Each time you store
a destination from the map screen, the destination
is stored under MARKED POINT. See Edit Memory
Point on page 2-19 for more information.
Select a location from the list. The system will show the
selected POI on the map. If available, a pop-up window
will be displayed. Touch INFO to view the POI’s name,
address, city, and phone number, if available.
Touch Enter to plan your route.
You must have destinations stored as memory
points to select from PERSONAL, BUSINESS,
ENTERTAINMENT, or MARKED POINT. If you have
renamed the memory point category name(s), the
name(s) will appear as you changed them.
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To select a destination using this entry method, do the
following:
1. Touch the Memory Points symbol.
2. Select a category.
3. Select a destination. Use the arrows to scroll
through the memory points. They can be sorted
by date, name, distance, and icon.
4. Touch Enter to plan your route.
Previous Destination
This destination entry method allows you to select
a destination by choosing from a list of the last
10 destinations entered into the system.
To select a previous destination, do the following:
1. Touch the Previous Destination symbol.
2. Touch the screen button next to the desired
destination to select it.
Use the arrows if necessary to view the entire list of
previous destinations.
3. Touch Enter to plan your route.
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Previous Starting Point
This destination entry method allows you to select the last
start point as your destination. To select the previous
start point as your destination, do the following:
1. Touch Previous Destination.
2. Touch the Previous starting point screen button.
3. Touch Enter to plan your route.
To choose Home as your destination, do the following:
1. Touch the Home symbol.
2. Touch Enter to plan your route.
Set by Map
This destination entry method allows you to select a
destination by using the scroll symbol.
Home
This destination entry method allows you to select a
destination that has been previously stored as Home.
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To use this feature, do the following:
1. Touch the Set By Map symbol. Current vehicle
position will be shown on the map screen.
2. Use the scroll symbol to select the desired
destination. The zoom in and zoom out feature can
be used to assist you in finding the desired
location. See “Map Scales” under Maps on
page 2-10.
3. Touch Enter to plan your route.
Freeway Entrance/Exit
This destination entry method allows you to select either
a freeway entrance or an exit as a destination.
To enter a freeway name, do the following:
1. Touch the Freeway Entrance/Exit symbol.
2. Enter the freeway name using the alpha key pad.
Freeways sometimes have a name and a number
associated with them which you may need to refer to
when entering freeway information. Freeways are
also referred to by their abbreviated names. For
example, Interstate 75 in the U.S. is selected by
entering I-75.
As you enter a freeway name, the List option will
become available.
3. Touch List to view the list of available name
choices or continue to spell the name to further
reduce the list of available items. The system will
supply a list of names when the choice is five
or less.
If you are unsuccessful when inputting a name, the
name may need to be input differently, the map
DVD database may not contain this information,
or the name may be misspelled.
4. Select a freeway from the list.
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5. The ENTRANCE or EXIT options will appear.
Choose ENTRANCE to select the entrance to
the freeway, or EXIT to select the exit ramp of
the freeway.
When either button is touched, it will give an
alphabetical list of freeway entrance and exit ramps
on the freeway you entered. You may touch
DIST SORT to sort the list by distance from your
current location, or NAME SORT to sort the
list by name.
Intersection
This destination entry method allows you to select a
destination by inputting the intersecting roads you wish
to travel to.
6. Select the desired freeway entrance or exit from the
list. A map will appear with the destination shown.
7. Touch Enter to plan your route.
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To enter an intersection, do the following:
1. Touch the Intersection symbol.
2. Using the alpha keypad, enter the name of the first
street in the intersection.
Route Preference
To change your planning options, use the following
instructions.
3. To view a list of choices, touch List or continue to
spell the name to further reduce the list of available
items. The system will display a list of the
intersecting streets if the number of intersecting
streets is five or less.
4. Select the first street.
5. Now enter the second street name.
6. Select the second street name from the list of
intersecting streets. To view a list of choices, touch
List or continue to spell the name to further reduce
the list of available items. The system will display a
list of intersecting streets if the number of intersecting
streets is five or less.
If there are multiple intersections with the same
two roads, the system will display a list of cities to
choose from. Choose a city from this list. A map with
the intersections for that city will appear.
7. Touch Enter to plan your route.
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1. Press the ROUTE key.
2. Touch Route Preference.
The following options will be available from the ROUTE
PREFERENCE menu:
Detour
This feature allows you to choose a distance in
miles/kilometers to detour. Select the detour distance
desired for residential roads and freeways.
Route Setting
This feature allows you to display and change the
planning methods used each time you plan a route.
With planning method options, you are able to select
the fastest route based on time or distance, using only
major roads, toll roads, and using ferries based on the
navigation system’s information and information
contained on the map DVD.
The system will retain these settings for the next time
you use Detour, unless you change them.
You may also touch Alternate to provide a new route
that does not use previously stored detour settings.
Touch Return to go back to the previous screen.
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The following options will be available from the ROUTE
SETTING menu:
Minimize Time/Distance: The system will calculate the
fastest route or shortest route possible. Choose Time
for the fastest route or Dist for the shortest route.
Calculate Route
This feature allows you to begin route calculation for the
selected destination.
Cancel Route
Use Major Roads: Choose Yes to calculate the best
route using only major roads unless a route cannot be
found without the use of a secondary road. This selection
will not always offer the shortest distance or time to your
destination.
If you are traveling on a planned route and would like
to cancel it, touch Cancel Route. The system will
ask you to confirm by touching YES. Touch YES to
confirm cancellation of your planned route or touch
Return to keep your planned route.
Use Toll Roads: Choose Yes to calculate the best
route using toll roads wherever possible. This selection
will not always offer the shortest distance or time to
your destination.
Remote Keyless Entry System
Use Ferries: Choose Yes to calculate the best route
using ferries when possible. This selection will not
always offer the shortest distance or time to your
destination.
Display Whole Route
This feature allows you to display your entire planned
route. Total mileage and time to destination for the
planned route will be displayed on the map screen.
Touch Return to go back to the previous menu.
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When you insert the key in the ignition, Driver 1 or
Driver 2 will be displayed on the screen. A message will
not appear on the screen if the driver is unknown. The
number on the back of the RKE transmitter corresponds
to driver 1 or driver 2. The navigation system can store
memory points for drivers 1 and 2 individually. See
“Remote Keyless Entry Transmitter” in the index of your
vehicle’s owner manual for more information.
OnStar® System
When using the OnStar® system, the audio system will be
muted and the navigation voice prompts will be disabled
during the call. The volume of the OnStar® call can be
adjusted by using the steering wheel volume controls.
See “Audio Steering Wheel Controls” and “OnStar®
System” in the index of your vehicle’s owner manual for
more information.
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.
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 2-42 and
Problems with Route Guidance on page 2-41.
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 2-13.
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Vehicle Positioning
• The vehicle is entering and/or exiting a parking lot,
garage, or a lot with a roof.
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 GPS signal is not received.
A roof carrier is installed on your vehicle.
The vehicle is being driven 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, see your
dealer.
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.
• 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 2-42.
To recalibrate the vehicle’s position on the map, see
your dealer.
• It may take a long time to operate automatic
rerouting during high-speed driving.
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If the System Needs Service
Database Coverage Explanations
If your system needs service and you have followed the
steps listed here and still are experiencing problems,
see your dealer for assistance.
Coverage areas vary with respect to the level of map
detail available for any given area. Some areas will
feature greater levels of detail than others. If this
happens, it does not mean there is a problem with the
system. As the map DVD is updated, more detail
may become available for areas which previously had
limited detail. See Ordering Map DVDs on page 2-42.
Ordering Map DVDs
The map DVD in your vehicle is the most up-to-date
information available when your vehicle was purchased.
The map DVD is updated periodically, provided that
the map information has changed. To order a new map
DVD, contact your dealer.
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Section 3
Navigation Audio System
Navigation Audio System ..................................3-2
CD/DVD Player ............................................3-18
Six-Disc CD Changer ....................................3-23
Radio Personalization with Home
and Away Feature .....................................3-26
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Navigation Audio System
The audio system is operated using navigation system
menus. The audio menus are explained in this section.
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.
Main Audio Menu
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.
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.
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e/ z (Audio/Adjust): Press this key to view the
main audio screen.
_ (Vehicle Information): Touch this screen button
or touch the upper right corner of the navigation screen to
access the Vehicle Information menu. See “Vehicle
Information Menu” later in this section for more
information.
Display Units: Touch English or Metric to have
distances appear on the map in English or Metric
measurements.
Preset Selection: Here you can program the audio
system’s presets to recall your home settings by
touching HOME. You can also recall the presets you
use when traveling to another area by touching AWAY.
See “Preset Station Menu” later in this section for
more information on how to store preset stations.
The Home and Away feature is not available for the
XM™ Satellite Radio source, if equipped.
Display Presets on the Map: With this feature on, your
audio system presets for the current audio source will be
displayed on the left of the map screen. Touch ON to turn
this feature on. You may also choose to turn this
feature off.
With this feature on, you can recall your preset radio
stations from the map screen. You cannot store preset
stations from the map screen. You must do this from
the audio screen. See “Preset Station Menu” later in
this section.
Automatic Volume Control (AVC): If your vehicle has
the Bose system, you will have this feature. With AVC,
your audio system monitors the noise in the vehicle. AVC
will automatically adjust the volume level so that it always
sounds the same to you. To use AVC, touch the ON
button. You may also choose to turn this feature off.
Feature Programming: Touch this screen button
to access the feature programming menu. See
Personalization on page 5-2 for more information.
RSE LOCK: Prevents the passengers in rear seat from
controlling the front seat audio controls, such as audio
source and volume.
RSE ON: This enables the rear seat passengers to
control all audio operations of the radio. This means that
rear seat can control the audio source and volume for
all speakers in the vehicle.
RSE OFF: This function will turn off rear seat
entertainment. This means that the RSE is turned off.
The passengers in the rear can only eject the disk from
the rear seat entertainment device.
SCREEN ADJUST: Touch this screen button to access
the Screen Adjust Menu. See “Screen Adjust Menu”
later in this section for more information.
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^ (Language): Your vehicle has been set for the
English language, but you may also select French,
Italian, Spanish or Dutch for all instructional text and
voice prompts. Scroll up or down if necessary to select
the desired language. Touch Return to go back to
the previous screen.
Vehicle Information Menu
If the language is changed from English, the menu
screens will not match word-for-word as they appear
in this manual.
If you accidentally select a language you do not
understand, turn your engine off and open and close your
door. Start the vehicle again and touch the language
symbol to select the correct language from the start-up
screen.
You may also use voice recognition with English
commands.
SOUND: Touch this screen button to access the Sound
menu. See “Sound Menu” later in this section for more
information.
DSP (Digital Signal Processing): Press this button to
access the DSP menu. See “Adjusting the Speakers”
later in this section for more information.
_ (Vehicle Information): Touch this screen button
or touch the upper right corner of the navigation screen to
access the Vehicle Information menu.
Here you can select vehicle information to be displayed in
the upper right corner of the screen. Use the up and down
arrows to scroll through the list of choices. Select the item
you want to appear.
See Driver Information Center (DIC) on page 5-12 for
more information.
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Clock
GPS TIME: The current GPS time will be displayed to
the right of this screen button. Touch GPS TIME to
set the navigation system time to match current GPS
time. If the seconds for the present minute are greater
than thirty when GPS TIME is selected, the clock
will round up to the next minute.
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
button is dark blue, the daylight savings time feature
is off.
8 (Clock): Touch this screen button on the Vehicle
Information menu to get to the CLOCK ADJUST menu.
TIME ZONE: The selected time zone will appear to the
right of this screen button. Touch this screen button
to toggle between time zones and select the desired
one. The time of the selected zone will be displayed to
the right of the GPS TIME screen button. To set the
clock to the new setting, touch GPS TIME.
HOUR/MIN.: Touch the up or down arrows to increase or
decrease the hour or minutes. If you touch and hold one
of the arrows, the numbers will advance quickly.
If the system is not receiving GPS information, you can
still set the time manually as described above but the
GPS time and Daylight Saving Time features will not be
available.
12H/24H: Touch 12H to set the clock in standard time
or 24H to set the clock in military time.
Touch Return to go back to the previous menu.
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Screen Adjust Menu
You will see the screen change. Touch SET to confirm
the setting.
! (Brightness):
Touch the plus (+) or minus (−) signs
to adjust the brightness of the screen.
You will see the screen change. Touch SET to confirm
the setting.
AUTO: This setting automatically adjusts the contrast
and brightness of the screen depending on exterior
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.
To adjust the brightness or contrast of the screen, touch
the SCREEN ADJUST button to display the screen
adjust menu.
SCREEN OFF: Touch SCREEN OFF to turn off the
screen. Press any hard key to turn the screen back on.
The following options are available from this menu:
SET: Touch SET to save your choices and exit the
CLOCK ADJUST menu.
K (Contrast):
Touch the plus (+) or minus (−) signs to
adjust the contrast of the screen.
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Playing the Radio
Finding a Station
PWR-VOL (Power-Volume): Press this knob to turn
the audio and navigation systems on and off. Turn
the knob to increase or decrease the volume to
the audio system.
«TUNE/SEEK ª: Press and hold the up or down
arrow for 2 seconds to seek to the next station. Pressing
the arrow for more than 2 seconds will cause the
radio to go through the frequency range very quickly.
BAND: Press this key to switch between AM, FM1,
FM2, XM1 XM 2, or WX, if equipped. If you are on a
map screen and press this key, the screen will not
change but the audio source will.
FM1 audio source shown, other sources similar
Press the BAND key to switch between AM, FM1, FM2,
XM1, XM2, or WX, if equipped. Touch the desired audio
source to select it.
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Preset Station Menu
Up to 36 stations, 6 AM, 6 FM 1, 6 FM 2, 6 XM 1,
6 XM 2, and 6 WX, if equipped, can be programmed for
home and for away. To store presets, do the following:
1. Turn the audio system on.
2. Touch AM, FM, XM, or WX, if equipped, to display
the desired source. The preset station menu will
appear.
3. Tune to the desired station by using the
TUNE/SEEK arrows.
4. Touch SOUND to set the bass, mid-range, treble,
and DSP for your preset, if desired. See “Sound
Menu” later in this section for more information.
5. Touch and hold one of the six numbered preset
buttons for more than two seconds until you hear
a beep.
6. 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.
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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.
MSG (Message): See “Radio Data System (RDS)” later
in this section for more information.
AutoSet: Touch AutoSet to replace currently stored
preset stations with the strongest stations available in
the immediate area. Touch AutoSet again to return
to the original preset stations.
SOUND: See “Sound Menu” following for more
information.
DSP: See “Adjusting the Speakers” later in this section
for more information.
Sound Menu
3. Touch the F for front or R for rear to adjust the fade
of the speakers.
4. Touch DSP to adjust your DSP, if equipped. See
“Adjusting the Speakers” later in this section for
more information.
After adjustments are made, touch any source 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.
To adjust the tone for each preset, do the following:
1. Press the BAND key.
2. Touch AM, FM1, FM2, XM1, XM2, or WX, if
equipped, to access the desired preset screen.
Touch SOUND at the bottom of the main audio screen,
source menu, or DSP menu to change the tone, DSP, if
equipped, 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:
1. Touch the plus (+) or minus (−) signs to adjust
treble, mid-range, and bass.
2. Touch the L for left or R for right to adjust the
balance of the speakers.
3. Touch SOUND.
4. Touch the plus (+) or minus (−) signs to adjust
treble, mid-range, and bass.
5. Touch Return to exit. This will take you to the
preset station menu.
6. Touch and hold one of the six preset screen buttons
for more than two seconds until you hear a beep.
Whenever you touch that preset for less than
two seconds, the station and previously stored
information you have entered for each preset station
will be recalled.
7. Repeat the steps for additional presets.
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Adjusting the Speakers
To save DSP settings for your preset stations, use the
SOUND menu or touch DSP from the preset station
menu to access the DSP menu. See “Sound Menu”
listed previously in this section for more information.
Touch DSP to change the following options:
ON/OFF: Touch ON/OFF to turn DSP on and off.
DRIVER SEAT: Touch this button to adjust the audio to
give the driver the best possible sound qualities.
SPACIOUS: Touch this button to make the listening
space seem larger.
TALK: TALK makes spoken words sound very clear.
Touch this button when listening to non-musical material
such as news, talk shows, and sports broadcasts.
DSP (Digital Signal Processing): If you have the Bose
system, the DSP feature is used to provide a choice of
four different listening experiences. DSP can be used
while listening to the audio system or the CD player. The
audio system can store separate DSP settings for each
source and preset station, except WX, which is always
set to TALK.
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REAR SEAT: Touch this button to adjust the audio to
give the rear seat occupants the best possible sound
qualities.
SOUND: Touch SOUND to access the Sound menu.
See “Sound Menu” listed previously in this section
for more information.
Radio Data Systems (RDS)
RDS: 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,
MSG, PTY, or SEL PTY. If you do not make a selection,
the system will return to the previous menu.
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.
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:
If the audio system is tuned to a station that is not
broadcasting RDS information, the station’s frequency
will remain on the display. While RDS is on, the
audio system will search for a stronger station in
the network if a station gets too weak for listening.
The RDS feature relies upon receiving specific
information from RDS stations. These features will
only work when RDS information is available.
• 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
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TA: 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. You may also receive traffic
announcements from stations in the network related
to the current station. 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.
MSG (Message): When RDS is on, if the current station
has a message, MSG will appear on the display. Touch
MSG 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, MSG will disappear from the display until
another new message is received. MSG will remain
available to allow you to display the entire message
again.
While a traffic announcement plays, the audio system
uses TA volume. To increase TA volume, touch the VOL
button on your steering wheel or use the VOL up or down
buttons during the announcement. See “Voice Guidance
Volume Settings” under Setup Menu on page 2-4 for
more information.
PTY: 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.
When a traffic announcement comes on the current radio
station or a related network station, you will hear it even
if the volume is muted or a CD is playing. If the audio
system tunes to a related network station for a traffic
announcement, it will return to the original station when
the announcement is finished. 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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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 SEL PTY. The PTY menu will
appear. Use the up and down arrows to select a PTY.
Touch your PTY selection and the system will return you
to the screen with the preset stations shown. See Steps 1
through 7 under “Preset Station Menu” to store the
selected PTYs. The selected PTY is then stored on the
preset. You can now touch the PTY preset to recall your
settings.
When the PTY display is on, press TUNE/SEEK and
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, NONE
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 FM 1 and 6 FM2. 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 SEL 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.
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.
ALERT: This type of announcement warns of national or
local emergencies. You will not be able to turn off alert
announcements. Alert announcements will come on even
if RDS mode is turned off. ALERT appears on the display
when an alert announcement plays. The audio system
uses TA volume during these announcements. To
increase volume, touch the VOL button on your steering
wheel or use the VOL up and down buttons during the
announcement. See “Voice Guidance Volume Settings”
under Setup Menu on page 2-4 for more information.
When an alert announcement comes on the tuned radio
station or a related network station, you will hear it even
if the volume is muted or a CD is playing. If the audio
system tunes to a related network station for an alert
announcement, it will return to the original station when
the announcement is finished. If the CD player is playing,
the player will stop for the announcement and resume
when the announcement is finished.
7. Repeat the steps for each preset.
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XM™ Satellite Radio Service
XM™ is a satellite radio service that is based in the
48 contiguous United States. XM™ offers 100 coast to
coast channels including music, news, sports, talk, and
children’s programming. XM™ provides digital quality
audio and text information, including song title and artist
name. A service fee is required in order to receive the
XM™ service. For more information, contact XM™ at
www.xmradio.com or call 1-800-852-XMXM (9696).
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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: 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
repeatedly 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. You
may override this feature by touching INFO to review all
of the pages at your own pace.
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).
Setting Program Type (PTY) Preset
Stations
SCAT T (Category): Press the arrows to select a
category.
Once the desired category is displayed, press TUNE/
SEEK to select the category and take you to the
category’s first station. If you want to go to another
station within that category, press TUNE/SEEK once.
Touch and hold one of the desired P1-P6 presets to
store the selected station as a preset. If PTY times out
and is no longer on the display, start again.
SCAN: Use this button to scan through the channels
within a category or scan through the preset stations.
To scan through the channels in a category, do the
following:
1. Select a category by using the category arrows.
2. Once the desired category is displayed, touch
SCAN. The radio will begin scanning within the
chosen category.
3. Touch SCAN again to stop scanning.
To scan through your preset stations, touch and hold
SCAN. Touch SCAN again to stop scanning.
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XM Radio Messages
Radio Display Message
Condition
Action Required
XM Updating
Updating encryption code The encryption code in your receiver is being updated, and
no action is required. This process should take no longer
than 30 seconds.
No XM Signal
Loss of signal
Your system is functioning correctly, but you are 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
(after 4 second delay)
Your radio system is acquiring and processing audio and
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 in to another
channel.
Channel Unavail
Channel no longer
available
This previously assigned channel is no longer assigned.
Tune to another station. If this station was one of your
presets, you may need to choose another station for that
preset button.
No Artist Info
Artist Name/Feature not
available
No artist information is available at this time on this channel.
Your system is working properly.
No Title Info
Song/Program Title not
available
No song title information is available at this time on this
channel. Your system is working properly.
No CAT Info
Category Name not
available
No category information is available at this time on this
channel. Your system is working properly.
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Radio Display Message
Condition
Action Required
Not Found
No channel available for
the chosen category
There are no channels available for the category you
selected. Your system is working properly.
No Information
No Text/Informational
message available
No text or informational messages are available at this time
on this channel. Your system is working properly.
XM Theftlocked
Theft lock active
The XM receiver in your vehicle may have previously been
in another vehicle. For security purposes, XM receivers
cannot be swapped between vehicles. If you receive this
message after having your vehicle serviced, check with the
servicing facility.
XM Radio ID
Radio ID label
(channel 0)
If you tune to channel 0, you will see this message
alternating with your XM Radio 8 digit radio ID label.
This label is needed to activate your service.
Unknown
Radio ID not known
(should only be if
hardware failure)
If you receive this message when you tune to channel 0,
you may have a receiver fault. Consult with your dealer.
Check XM Receivr
Hardware failure
If this message does not clear within a short period of time,
your receiver may have a fault. Consult with your retail
location.
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CD/DVD Player
3. If loaded, the navigation map DVD will eject from
the slot.
The player that is used for the navigation map DVD can
also be used as a single music CD player or a video
DVD player.
4. Gently remove the navigation map DVD from the
slot and return it to its case.
CD Player
To use the player as a single music CD player, you must
first remove the navigation map DVD. While playing a CD
in the CD/DVD Player, the navigation system is not
available. The message “The disc installed is not a map
DVD” will appear on the display if any of the navigation
hard keys are pressed.
To remove the navigation map DVD and load a music
CD, do the following:
1. Turn the ignition on.
2. Press and release the TILT hard key. This will open
the faceplate of the system.
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5. Insert the music CD into the slot. The system will
pull the CD into the player.
6. Press and release the TILT hard key to close the
faceplate.
Notice: Shifting out of PARK (P) with the system’s
faceplate open will cause the faceplate to close
automatically. This could cause damage to a CD, DVD
or the system if it is partially loaded. Before shifting
out of PARK (P), make sure that the DVD or CD is
loaded properly. The vehicle must be shifted back
into PARK (P) to close the faceplate.
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.
CD Player Screen
Once a music CD is loaded, the CD player menu will
appear on the display. When using the system as a single
CD player, the CD hard key will alternate between the CD
player and the six-disc CD changer if CDs are loaded.
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 disc.
Touch RANDOM DISC 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.
«TUNE SEEK ª: Touch the up arrow on the TUNE/
SEEK hard key to seek to the next selection on the
compact disc. If playing last track of disc, touching the up
arrow will seek to the first track of disc. Touch the down
arrow to seek to the previous selection on the compact
disc. If playing the first track of disc, touching the down
arrow will seek to the last track of disc. The sound will
mute while seeking.
DVD Player
To use the player as a video DVD player, you must first
remove the navigation map DVD or music CD. While
playing a video DVD, the navigation system is not
available. The message “The disc installed is not a map
DVD” will appear on the display if any of the navigation
hard keys are pressed.
This feature will not operate unless the vehicle is in
PARK (P).
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To remove the navigation map DVD and load a video
DVD, do the following:
1. With the vehicle in PARK (P) and the ignition on,
press and release the TILT hard key. The faceplate
of the system will open.
2. If a map DVD or a music CD is loaded, the system
will automatically eject it. Gently remove it from the
slot and return it to its case.
3. Load the video DVD into the slot. The system will
pull the DVD into the player.
4. Press and release the TILT hard key to close the
faceplate.
Notice: Shifting out of PARK (P) with the system’s
faceplate open will cause the faceplate to close
automatically. This could cause damage to a CD, DVD
or the system if it is partially loaded. Before shifting
out of PARK (P), make sure that the DVD or CD is
loaded properly. The vehicle must be shifted back
into PARK (P) to close the faceplate.
Once the faceplate is closed and a video DVD is
loaded, the system will automatically play the DVD.
Playing a DVD
There are three ways to play a DVD depending on what
screen you are on. They are the following:
• Once a DVD is inserted, the system will
automatically play the DVD.
• If you are on a map screen, touch the DVD source
button.
• From the audio screen, press the DVD hard key.
DVD Steering Wheel Controls
While a DVD is playing, some your steering wheel
controls can perform certain functions.
1-6 (Preset Stations): If you are playing a DVD in the
navigation system, each press of this button will take you
to the next chapter.
+ t u — (Seek): If a DVD is playing in the
navigation system, press the plus sign to go to the start
of the next chapter. Press the minus sign twice to go
to the previous chapter on a DVD.
Press and hold the seek plus or minus buttons, until you
hear a beep. The DVD will fast forward or fast reverse.
Press either button again to play the DVD at regular
speed.
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DVD Menu Options
To display the menu choices while a DVD is playing,
touch anywhere on the screen and the menu will appear.
SUBTITLE: Touch this button to playback the video
with subtitles. This may not be available on all DVDs.
Depending on the type of DVD you are using, this button
may or may not be available.
SCREEN ADJUST: Touch this button to adjust the
brightness, contrast and red/green color adjustments.
CURSOR: Touch this button to access the left/right and
up/down cursors on the screen. The cursors allow you to
navigate menu options on the screen.
MENU: Touch this button to access the DVDs menu
options. Depending on the type of DVD you are using,
this button may or may not be available. Touch the button
labeled one, two or blank to change the image size
displayed on the screen.
TITLE: Touch this button to display the title of the DVD.
Depending on the type of DVD you are using, this button
may or may not be available.
IMAGE: Touch this button to either start playing a DVD
or to remove the DVD menu screen.
AUDIO PROGRAM: Touch this button to change the
audio language heard.
If TITLE is available, this button will allow you to navigate
through chapters or the DVD features. Once the
appropriate title or track has been selected, touch Return,
then IMAGE on the DVD menu to view the movie in full
screen.
VIEWING ANGLE: Touch this button to adjust the
viewing angle of the DVD. Some DVDs allow you to
change the camera angle. This may not be available
on all DVDs. Depending on the type of DVD you
are using, this button may or may not be available.
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Under LANGUAGE PREFERENCES, you can select
different languages for AUDIO, SUBTITLE and
DVD MENUS.
1. To change languages, first select the option you
wish to change.
2. Select a language from the list given.
3. Touch RETURN to end out the menu. Your
language is now saved.
Under PARENTAL LOCK, you can select SET RATING
LIMIT and SET PIN.
To SET RATING, first touch the button. Then, make
your selection. Touch RETURN to end out the menu.
Your selection is now saved.
SETTING: Touch this button to adjust the following:
• LANGUAGE PREFERENCES
• PARENTAL LOCK
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To use PARENTAL LOCK, first touch the button. Then,
enter a four-digit numeric password. Touch RETURN
to end out the menu.
SEARCH: Touch this button to search to a certain
scene on the DVD. Depending on the type of DVD you
are using, this button may or may not be available.
r (Rewind): Touch this button to rewind through a
scene during playback.
r (Resume): Touch this button to resume
playing a DVD.
c (Stop):
j (Pause):
Touch this button to stop the DVD.
Touch this button to pause the DVD.
[ (Forward): Touch this button to advance rapidly
during playback.
L (Frame Advance): Touch this button to advance by
chapter during playback.
Six-Disc CD Changer
With the compact disc changer, you can play up to six
normal size discs continuously.
When the radio is turned on, the changer will begin
checking for discs. 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.
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 on page 3-18 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.
«TUNE SEEK ª: Press the up arrow on this switch to
advance to the next chapter. Press the down arrow once
to return to the beginning of the chapter, or twice to return
to the previous chapter.
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The numbered buttons (1 through 6) represent the order
of the discs loaded in the changer. If there are only
two CDs loaded, buttons 1 and 2 will only be available
to choose from.
LOAD: Touch this button once each time you wish to
load a CD into the changer. It may take up to 10 seconds
for the changer to accept the CD into the slot depending
on the changer initializing. Repeat this procedure for
loading up to six discs. Press and hold the LOAD button
until a beep is heard to put the changer in LOAD ALL
mode. Once the Insert CD message is displayed, you
can load all six discs, one after the other.
r (Play):
CD Changer Screen
Once you access the CD changer screen, you can select
one of the numbered buttons to go from one compact disc
to another among those loaded in the CD changer and
use the arrows to rewind or fast forward through the disc
selected.
The following features are also available from this
screen:
•
•
•
•
LOAD
EJECT
SCAN THE DISCS or SCAN THE TRACKS
and RANDOM ALL or RANDOM DISC.
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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 disc
selected. Press the TUNE/SEEK hard key to randomly
seek through the tracks on this disc. Touch RANDOM
DISC again to turn off random play mode.
SCAN TRACKS: Touch this button to hear the first
10 seconds of each track on the selected disc. Touch
this button again to stop scanning. The CD will mute
while scanning.
r (Rewind): Touch this button to rewind quickly
through a track selection.
EJECT: Touch this button once to eject the chosen CD.
The chosen CD may be selected by first touching one of
the numbered buttons from 1 to 6. Repeat this procedure
for ejecting up to six discs from the changer. If you press
and hold the EJECT button until a beep is heard, The
system will begin to eject all of the discs from the player.
Once the CD is removed the next will come out until they
are all ejected.
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 discs 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 disc.
Touch RANDOM ALL again to turn off random mode.
SCAN DISCS: Touch this button to hear the first
10 seconds of first track on each disc. Touch this button
again to stop scanning. The CD will mute while scanning.
[ (Forward): Touch this button to fast forward quickly
through a track selection.
«TUNE SEEK ª:
Press the up arrow on the
TUNE/SEEK switch to seek to the next selection on
the compact disc. If playing last track of disc, pressing
the up arrow will seek to the first track of the next disc.
Press the down arrow to seek to the previous selection on
the compact disc. If playing the first track of disc, pressing
the down arrow will seek to the last track on the selected
disc. The sound will mute while seeking.
RDS (Radio Data Systems): See “Radio Data Systems
(RDS)” listed previously for information on this button.
SOUND: See “Sound Menu (Tone, DSP, Fade and
Balance)” for information on this button.
DSP (Digital Signal Processing): See “Adjusting the
Speakers” listed previously for information on this button.
CD Changer Errors
CDX ERROR could be displayed for the following:
• The road is too rough. The disc should play when
the road is smoother.
• The disc 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. If your audio
system displays an error number, write it down and
provide this information to your dealer when reporting
the error.
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Radio Personalization with Home
and Away Feature
With 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
transmitter (1 or 2) was used to enter the vehicle. The
number on the back of the 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. The settings can also be recalled by
briefly pressing the MEMORY seat switches 1 or 2
located on the driver’s door.
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. With the audio system on, touch the Audio hard key
and turn the audio system off.
2. Touch the HOME or AWAY button from the main
audio screen.
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 ............................................4-2
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Voice Recognition
2. Clearly state one of the commands listed on the
following pages. For example, say “FM1”.
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 when Retained Accessory Power (RAP) is active.
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.
This feature only works if the map DVD is inserted and
I AGREE has been selected. 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.”
You can end voice recognition by not speaking any
commands. After about five seconds of silence,
the system will automatically cancel voice recognition.
To use navigation voice recognition, do the following:
1. Press the talk symbol
steering wheel control
and release it, when
you hear a beep.
The audio system,
if on, will mute.
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At times, the system may not understand a spoken
command. If this happens, try saying the command
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
Radio Commands
The following list shows all of the voice commands
available for the navigation system with a brief description
of each. To use the voice commands, refer to the
instructions listed previously.
Radio: This command will change the audio system to
the next radio audio source.
Help Commands
These commands are universal and will enable you to
use the help prompts available from the system.
Map Help: This command will enable the system to
provide the available commands for the map screen.
Destination Help: This command will enable the
system to provide the available commands for entering
a destination.
Guidance Help: This command will enable the system
to provide the available commands for the guidance
method.
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.
CD Changer: This command will change the audio
system to the CD changer audio source.
Radio Help: This command will enable the system to
provide the available commands for the radio.
WX, Weather Band: These commands will change the
audio system to the weather band audio source.
Disc Help: This command will enable the system to
provide the available commands for the CD changer.
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.
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Seek Up: This command will cause the selected audio
source to seek up to the next strongest signal.
Position Commands
Seek Down: This command will cause the selected
audio source to seek down to the next strongest signal.
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.
Stop Scan: This command will cause the audio
source to stop scanning for the next strongest signal.
CD Changer Commands
Track Up: This command will cause the CD changer to
skip up to the next track.
Previous Track, Track Down: This command will
cause the CD changer to go to the previous track.
Screen Commands
Map: This command will cause the system to display
the map screen.
Map Commands
Zoom In: This command will cause the system to zoom
in when on the map screen.
Zoom Out: This command will cause the system to
zoom out when on the map screen.
Screen Day Mode, Day Mode On: These commands
will adjust the system’s screen setting to the day mode.
Maximum Scale: This command will cause the system
to zoom out to the maximum 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.
Minimum Scale: This command will cause the system
to zoom in to the minimum available map scale when
on the map screen.
Screen Auto Mode, Auto Mode On: These commands
will adjust the system’s screen setting to auto mode.
Heading Up, Change to Heading Up: These
commands will cause the system to display the Vehicle
Up heading when on the map screen. The map scale
should be set for under 2 miles (4 km).
Screen Off: This command will turn the system’s
screen display off.
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North Up, Change to North Up: These commands will
cause the system to display the North Up heading
when on the map screen if the map scale is set
to 2 miles (4 km) or less.
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 if the map scale is set to
2 miles (4 km) or less.
Mark, Mark This Point: These commands will cause
the system to mark the location as a memory point while
on the map screen.
Destination Commands
Home, Go Home: These commands will cause the
system to enter the Home destination, if one is set.
Go To Starting Point, Previous Starting Point: These
commands will cause the system to enter the last
available starting point as a 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
if a destination has been set.
Softer: This command will cause the system to
decrease the volume of the navigation voice prompts
if a destination has been set.
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 if
a destination has been set.
Open Guidance, Open Guidance Screen, Open
Guide, Open Guide Screen: These commands will
cause the system to open the Guidance Appearance
menu if a destination has been set.
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Close Guidance, Close Guidance Screen, Close
Guide, Close Guide Screen: These commands will
cause the system to close the Guidance Appearance
menu if a destination has been set.
Arrow Guidance, Arrow Guide, Change To Arrow
Guidance, Change To Arrow Guide: These commands
will cause the system to change to Arrow Guidance
screen view in the Guidance Menu if a destination has
been set.
Turn List Guidance, Turn List Guide, Change to Turn
List Guidance, Change to Turn List Guide: These
commands will cause the system to change to Turn List
Guidance screen view in the Guidance Menu if a
destination has been set.
Entire Route, Entire Route Map, Route
Overview: These commands will cause the system to
display the entire route if a destination has been set.
Reroute: This command will cause the system to
generate an alternate route to a set destination while
on a planned route.
Detour, Detour Entire Route: These commands will
cause the system to activate the detour feature when
driving a planned route.
Delete Destination, Cancel Destination: These
commands will cancel a destination if one has been set.
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Next Waypoint Map: This command will cause the
system to display the map view of the next waypoint
location if one has been set.
First Waypoint Map: This command will cause the
system to display the map view of the first waypoint
location if one has been set.
Second Waypoint Map: This command will cause the
system to display the map view of the second waypoint
location if more than one waypoint has been set.
Third Waypoint Map: This command will cause the
system to display the map view of the third waypoint
location if more than two waypoints have been set.
Fourth Waypoint Map: This command will cause the
system to display the map view of the fourth waypoint
location if more than three waypoints have been set.
Fifth Waypoint Map: This command will cause the
system to display the map view of the fifth waypoint
location if more than four waypoints have 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.
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 a half mile (eight-tenths km) or less.
Restaurant, I’m Hungry: These commands will cause
the system to display restaurant POI icons.
American Restaurant, American Food: These
commands will cause the system to display American
restaurant POI icons.
Chinese Restaurant, Chinese Food: These
commands will cause the system to display Chinese
restaurant POI icons.
Continental Restaurant, Continental Food: These
commands will cause the system to display Continental
restaurant POI icons.
French Restaurant, French Food: These commands
will cause the system to display French restaurant
POI icons.
Italian Restaurant, Italian Food: These commands will
cause the system to display Italian restaurant POI icons.
Japanese Restaurant, Japanese Food: These
commands will cause the system to display Japanese
restaurant POI icons.
Mexican Restaurant, Mexican Food: These
commands will cause the system to display Mexican
restaurant POI icons.
Seafood Restaurant, Seafood: These commands
will cause the system to display Seafood restaurant
POI icons.
Other Restaurant, Other Food: These commands will
cause the system to display other types of restaurant
POI icons.
Shopping, Shopping Mall: These commands will
cause the system to display mall POI icons.
Grocery Store: This command will cause the system to
display grocery store POI icons.
Gas Station, Gas: These commands will cause the
system to display gas station POI icons.
Parking Garage: This command will cause the system
to display parking garage POI icons.
Parking Lot: This command will cause the system to
display parking lot POI icons.
Rental Car Agency: This command will cause the
system to display rental car POI icons.
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Automobile Club, Triple A: These commands will
cause the system to display auto club POI icons.
City Hall: This command will cause the system to
display city hall POI icons.
Auto Service And Maintenance, Auto Service,
Maintenance: These commands will cause the system
to display auto service POI icons.
Police Station: This command will cause the system to
display police station POI icons.
Hotel: This command will cause the system to display
hotel POI icons.
Golf Course: This command will cause the system to
display golf course POI icons.
Ski Resort, Skiing: These commands will cause the
system to display ski resort POI icons.
Amusement Park: This command will cause the
system to display amusement park POI icons.
Sport Complex, Stadium: These commands will cause
the system to display sports complex POI icons.
Casino: This command will cause the system to display
casino POI icons.
Marina: This command will cause the system to display
marina POI icons.
Tourist Attraction: This command will cause the
system to display tourist attraction POI icons.
Winery: This command will cause the system to
display winery POI icons.
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Library: This command will cause the system to
display library POI icons.
Hospital: This command will cause the system to
display hospital POI icons.
Park & Recreation, Parks & Recreation: These
commands will cause the system to display parks and
recreation POI icons.
Civic Center, Community Center: These commands
will cause the system to display community center
POI icons.
Convention Center, Exhibition Center: These
commands will cause the system to display convention
center POI icons.
Court House: This command will cause the system to
display court house POI icons.
Train Station: This command will cause the system to
display train station POI icons.
Airport: This command will cause the system to
display airport POI icons.
Bus Station: This command will cause the system to
display bus station POI icons.
Bank: This command will cause the system to display
bank POI icons.
Commuter Rail Station: This command will cause the
system to display commuter rail station POI icons.
School: This command will cause the system to
display school POI icons.
Ferry Terminal: This command will cause the system
to display ferry terminal POI icons.
ATM: This command will cause the system to display
ATM POI icons.
Park & Ride: This command will cause the system to
display park & ride POI icons.
Higher Education, University, College: These
commands will cause the system to display higher
education POI icons.
Rest Area, Rest Stop: These commands will cause
the system to display rest area POI icons.
Tourist Information: This command will cause the
system to display tourist information POI icons.
Historical Monument: This command will cause the
system to display historical monument POI icons.
Performing Arts: This command will cause the system
to display performing arts POI icons.
Business Facility: This command will cause the
system to display business facility POI icons.
City Center: This command will cause the system to
display city center POI icons.
POI Off: This command will cause the system to turn
off POIs so they do not appear on the map screen.
Museum: This command will cause the system to
display museum POI icons.
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✍ NOTES
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Section 5
Vehicle Customization
Vehicle Customization ......................................5-2
Personalization ...............................................5-2
Driver Information Center (DIC) .......................5-12
5-1
Vehicle Customization
Entering the Personalization Menu
To enter Feature Programming mode, do the following:
Personalization
Your vehicle is equipped with personalization that allows
you to program certain features to a preferred setting
for up to two people. The number of programmable
features varies depending upon which model of
the vehicle is purchased.
On all vehicles, features such as climate control settings,
radio preset settings, exterior lighting at unlock, remote
lock and unlock confirmation, and automatic door locks
have already been programmed for your convenience.
Some vehicles are equipped with additional features
that can be programmed including the seat and outside
rearview mirror position. The navigation system screen
preferences will remain at the last set position.
If your vehicle is equipped with the ability to program
additional personalization features, the driver’s
preferences are recalled by pressing the unlock button
on the remote keyless entry transmitter, 1 or 2, or by
pressing the appropriate memory button, 1 or 2, located
on the driver’s door. Certain features can be programmed
not to recall until the key is placed in the ignition. To
change feature preferences you must use one of the
following procedures.
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1. Turn the ignition on without the engine running.
Make sure the vehicle is in PARK (P).
2. If your vehicle has memory settings, press the
appropriate memory button, 1 or 2, located on
the driver’s door armrest. The DIC display will
show either Driver 1 or 2 depending on which
button was selected.
3. Press the Audio/Adjust button to the left of the
screen to enter the Main Audio menu.
4. Touch the Feature Programming screen button.
5. Scroll to the item you want to change and touch the
screen button next to the item to modify the item as
desired.
If an item has been turned on, the color of the ON
screen button will be light blue. If the item is turned off,
the color of the OFF screen button will be light blue.
If none of the personalization items are on, turn on the
personalization menu by touching the ON screen
button next to Personalization.
Personalization Features
Recall Driving Positions
The following choices are available for programming:
If your vehicle has the optional memory package, you
will have this feature. When this feature is turned on, you
can recall any previously programmed seat, adjustable
pedals and mirror controls when the unlock button
on the remote keyless entry transmitter is pressed.
Personalization Name
This feature allows you to type in a name that will
appear on the DIC display whenever the corresponding
remote keyless entry transmitter is used or one of
the buttons on the driver’s door armrest (1 or 2) is
pressed.
If a customized name is not programmed, the system will
show Driver 1 or Driver 2 to correspond with the numbers
on the back of the remote keyless entry transmitters.
To program a name, do the following:
1. Enter the Personalization menu by following the
instructions listed previously.
2. Scroll to the PERSONALIZATION NAME menu item
and touch the EDIT screen button.
3. The alpha keypad will appear on the screen. Use it
to enter the desired name, up to 20 characters.
4. When you are done entering the name, touch the
ENTER screen button.
The name you selected is now set. You can either exit
the programming mode by following the instructions
later in this section or program the next feature available
on your vehicle.
The following modes are available for selection:
Mode 1: ON
Mode 2: OFF
Before your vehicle was shipped from the factory, it was
programmed to Mode 2. The mode to which the vehicle
was programmed may have been changed since it left
the factory. To program the vehicle to a different mode,
do the following:
1. Enter the Personalization menu by following the
instructions listed previously.
2. Scroll to REMOTE RECALL MEMORY and touch
the ON or OFF screen button as desired.
If REMOTE RECALL MEMORY is turned on, this will
also turn off REMOTE EXIT RECALL and KEY IN
RECALL MEMORY if they are not already turned off.
The mode you selected is now set. You can either exit the
programming mode by following the instructions later in
this section or program the next feature available on your
vehicle.
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Remote Exit Recall
Key in Recall Memory
If your vehicle has the optional memory package, you
will have this feature. When this feature is turned on, you
can recall any previously programmed exit position for
the driver’s seat when the unlock button on the
remote keyless entry transmitter is pressed.
If your vehicle has the optional memory package, you
will have this feature. When this feature is turned on, you
can recall any previously programmed seat and mirror
positions when the key is inserted into the ignition.
The following modes are available for selection:
Mode 1: ON
Mode 2: OFF
Before your vehicle was shipped from the factory, it was
programmed to Mode 2. The mode to which the vehicle
was programmed may have been changed since it left
the factory. To program the vehicle to a different mode,
do the following:
1. Enter the Personalization menu by following the
instructions listed previously.
2. Scroll to REMOTE EXIT RECALL and touch the ON
or OFF screen button as desired.
If REMOTE EXIT RECALL is turned on, this will
also turn off REMOTE RECALL MEMORY if it is not
already turned off.
The mode you selected is now set. You can either exit
the programming mode by following the instructions
later in this section or program the next feature available
on your vehicle.
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The following modes are available for selection:
Mode 1: ON
Mode 2: OFF
Before your vehicle was shipped from the factory, it was
programmed to Mode 2. The mode to which the vehicle
was programmed may have been changed since it left
the factory. To program the vehicle to a different mode,
do the following:
1. Enter the Personalization menu by following the
instructions listed previously.
2. Scroll to KEY IN RECALL MEMORY and touch the
ON or OFF screen button as desired.
If KEY IN RECALL MEMORY is turned on, this will
also turn off REMOTE RECALL MEMORY if it is
not already turned off.
The mode you selected is now set. You can either exit
the programming mode by following the instructions
later in this section or program the next feature available
on your vehicle.
Auto Exit Seat
Twilight Delay
If your vehicle has the optional memory package, you
will have this feature. When this feature is turned on, you
can recall any previously programmed exit position for
the driver’s seat when the key is removed from the
ignition and the driver’s door is opened.
This feature allows you to set the amount of time you
want the exterior lamps to remain on after you exit
the vehicle.
The following modes are available for selection:
Mode 1: 0:00 seconds
Mode 1: ON
Mode 2: 0:15 seconds
Mode 2: OFF
Mode 3: 0:30 seconds
Before your vehicle was shipped from the factory, it was
programmed to Mode 2. The mode to which the vehicle
was programmed may have been changed since it left
the factory. To program the vehicle to a different mode,
do the following:
Mode 4: 1:00 minute
1. Enter the Personalization menu by following the
instructions listed previously.
Mode 7: 2:30 minutes
The following modes are available for selection:
Mode 5: 1:30 minutes
Mode 6: 2:00 minutes
Mode 8: 3:00 minutes
2. Scroll to AUTO EXIT SEAT and touch the ON or
OFF screen button as desired.
The mode you selected is now set. You can either exit
the programming mode by following the instructions
later in this section or program the next feature available
on your vehicle.
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Before your vehicle was shipped from the factory, it was
programmed to Mode 1. The mode to which the vehicle
was programmed may have been changed since the
vehicle left the factory. To determine the mode to which
the vehicle is programmed or to program the vehicle to a
different mode, do the following:
1. Enter the Personalization menu by following the
instructions listed previously.
2. Scroll to TWILIGHT DELAY and touch the ADJUST
screen button.
3. A new screen will appear with the available delay
settings. Use the screen buttons to adjust the
selected delay.
4. When you are done entering the delay, touch the
RETURN screen button.
The mode you selected is now set. You can either exit
the programming mode by following the instructions
later in this section or program the next feature available
on your vehicle.
Lights Flash at Unlock
This feature turns on the exterior lamps when the
remote keyless entry transmitter is used to unlock the
vehicle. The lamps will remain on for approximately
20 seconds unless a door is opened, the ignition
is turned to ACCESSORY, ON, or START or the remote
keyless entry transmitter is used to lock the vehicle.
The following modes are available for selection:
Mode 1: ON
Mode 2: OFF
Before your vehicle was shipped from the factory, it was
programmed to Mode 1. The mode to which the vehicle
was programmed may have been changed since it left
the factory. To program the vehicle to a different mode,
do the following:
1. Enter the Personalization menu by following the
instructions listed previously.
2. Scroll to LIGHTS FLASH AT UNLOCK and touch
the ON or OFF screen button as desired.
The mode you selected is now set. You can either exit
the programming mode by following the instructions
later in this section or program the next feature available
on your vehicle.
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Lights Flash at Lock
Horn Sounds at Lock
This feature allows the exterior lamps to flash once
when the remote keyless entry transmitter is used to
lock the vehicle. All doors must be closed for this feature
to work, and the lamps will not flash if the parking
lamps or headlamps are on.
This feature sounds the horn once when the remote
keyless entry transmitter is used to lock the vehicle.
All doors must be closed for this feature to work.
The following modes are available for selection:
Mode 1: ON
Mode 1: ON
Mode 2: OFF
Mode 2: OFF
Before your vehicle was shipped from the factory, it was
programmed to Mode 1. The mode to which the vehicle
was programmed may have been changed since it left
the factory. To program the vehicle to a different mode,
do the following:
1. Enter the Personalization menu by following the
instructions listed previously.
2. Scroll to LIGHTS FLASH AT LOCK and touch the
ON or OFF screen button as desired.
You can select this feature by itself, or you can combine
it with Horn Sounds At Lock so that both the lights
flash and the horn chirps when you lock your vehicle.
The mode you selected is now set. You can either exit the
programming mode by following the instructions later in
this section or program the next feature available on your
vehicle.
The following modes are available for selection:
Before your vehicle was shipped from the factory, it was
programmed to Mode 2. The mode to which the vehicle
was programmed may have been changed since it left
the factory. To program the vehicle to a different mode,
do the following:
1. Enter the Personalization menu by following the
instructions listed previously.
2. Scroll to HORN SOUNDS AT LOCK and touch the
ON or OFF screen button as desired.
If you select this feature to be on, Lights Flash At Lock
will also be on. You can choose Lights Flash At Lock
by itself, but Horn Sounds At Lock will always have
Lights Flash At Lock enabled when it is selected.
The mode you selected is now set. You can either exit
the programming mode by following the instructions
later in this section or program the next feature available
on your vehicle.
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Exterior Lights at Unlock
Driver Unlock in Park
This feature turns on the exterior lamps when the
remote keyless entry transmitter is used to unlock the
vehicle. The lamps will remain on for about 20 seconds
unless a door is opened, the ignition is turned to
ACCESSORY, ON or START or the remote keyless
entry transmitter is used to lock the vehicle.
The feature allows the driver’s door to automatically
unlock when the transmission is shifted into PARK (P).
The following modes are available for selection:
Mode 1: ON
Mode 2: OFF
Before your vehicle was shipped from the factory, it was
programmed to Mode 1. The mode to which the vehicle
was programmed may have been changed since it left
the factory. To program the vehicle to a different mode,
do the following:
The following modes are available for selection:
Mode 1: ON
Mode 2: OFF
Before your vehicle was shipped from the factory, it was
programmed to Mode 2. The mode to which the vehicle
was programmed may have been changed since it left
the factory. To program the vehicle to a different mode,
do the following:
1. Enter the Personalization menu by following the
instructions listed previously.
2. Scroll to EXT LIGHTS AT UNLOCK and touch the
ON or OFF screen button as desired.
2. Scroll to DRIVER UNLOCK IN PARK and touch the
ON or OFF screen button as desired.
If DRIVER UNLOCK IN PARK is turned on, this will
also turn off DRIVER UNLOCK KEY OUT,
DOORS UNLOCK IN PARK and DOORS UNLOCK
KEY OUT if they are not already turned off.
The mode you selected is now set. You can either exit
the programming mode by following the instructions
later in this section or program the next feature available
on your vehicle.
The mode you selected is now set. You can either exit
the programming mode by following the instructions
later in this section or program the next feature available
on your vehicle.
1. Enter the Personalization menu by following the
instructions listed previously.
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Driver Unlock Key Out
Doors Unlock in Park
This feature allows the driver’s door to automatically
unlock when the key is removed from the ignition.
The feature allows the doors to automatically unlock
when the transmission is shifted into PARK (P).
The following modes are available for selection:
The following modes are available for selection:
Mode 1: ON
Mode 1: ON
Mode 2: OFF
Mode 2: OFF
Before your vehicle was shipped from the factory, it was
programmed to Mode 2. The mode to which the vehicle
was programmed may have been changed since it left
the factory. To program the vehicle to a different mode,
do the following:
Before your vehicle was shipped from the factory, it was
programmed to Mode 2. The mode to which the vehicle
was programmed may have been changed since it left
the factory. To program the vehicle to a different mode,
do the following:
1. Enter the Personalization menu by following the
instructions listed previously.
1. Enter the Personalization menu by following the
instructions listed previously.
2. Scroll to DRIVER UNLOCK KEY OUT and touch
the ON or OFF screen button as desired.
If DRIVER UNLOCK KEY OUT is turned on, this
will also turn off DRIVER UNLOCK IN PARK,
DOORS UNLOCK IN PARK and DOORS UNLOCK
KEY OUT if they are not already turned off.
2. Scroll to DOORS UNLOCK IN PARK and touch the
ON or OFF screen button as desired.
If DOORS UNLOCK IN PARK is turned on, this will
also turn off DRIVER UNLOCK IN PARK, DRIVER
UNLOCK KEY OUT and DOORS UNLOCK
KEY OUT if they are not already turned off.
The mode you selected is now set. You can either exit
the programming mode by following the instructions
later in this section or program the next feature available
on your vehicle.
The mode you selected is now set. You can either exit
the programming mode by following the instructions
later in this section or program the next feature available
on your vehicle.
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Doors Unlock Key Out
Delayed Locking
This feature allows the doors to automatically unlock
when the key is removed from the ignition.
Mode 1: ON
This feature delays the locking of the vehicle’s doors for
up to five seconds after a power door lock switch or
the lock button on the remote keyless entry transmitter
is pressed. The five second delay occurs after the
last door is closed.
Mode 2: OFF
The following modes are available for selection:
Before your vehicle was shipped from the factory, it was
programmed to Mode 2. The mode to which the vehicle
was programmed may have been changed since it left
the factory. To program the vehicle to a different mode,
do the following:
Mode 1: ON
The following modes are available for selection:
1. Enter the Personalization menu by following the
instructions listed previously.
2. Scroll to DOORS UNLOCK KEY OUT and touch
the ON or OFF screen button as desired.
If DOORS UNLOCK KEY OUT is turned on, this will
also turn off DRIVER UNLOCK IN PARK, DRIVER
UNLOCK KEY OUT and DOORS UNLOCK IN
PARK if they are not already turned off.
The mode you selected is now set. You can either exit
the programming mode by following the instructions
later in this section or program the next feature available
on your vehicle.
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Mode 2: OFF
Before your vehicle was shipped from the factory, it was
programmed to Mode 1. The mode to which the vehicle
was programmed may have been changed since it left
the factory. To program the vehicle to a different mode,
do the following:
1. Enter the Personalization menu by following the
instructions listed previously.
2. Scroll to DELAYED LOCKING and touch the ON or
OFF screen button next to it as desired.
The mode you selected is now set. You can either exit
the programming mode by following the instructions
later in this section or program the next feature available
on your vehicle.
Lock Passenger Window
Mirror to Curb in Reverse
This feature allows you to disable either all the
passenger window switches or the rear passenger
window switches only. If this feature is turned on, all
passenger window switches will be disabled when
the window lockout button is pressed. If the feature is
off, only the rear passenger window switches will
be disabled.
If your vehicle has the optional memory package, you will
have this feature. When this feature is turned on, the
passenger’s outside rearview mirror will move downward
so you can view the curb when the shift lever is shifted
into REVERSE (R). The mirror will return to the last
known driving position when the shift lever is moved out
of REVERSE (R).
The following modes are available for selection:
The following modes are available for selection:
Mode 1: ON
Mode 1: ON
Mode 2: OFF
Mode 2: OFF
Before your vehicle was shipped from the factory, it was
programmed to Mode 2. The mode to which the vehicle
was programmed may have been changed since it left
the factory. To program the vehicle to a different mode,
do the following:
Before your vehicle was shipped from the factory, it was
programmed to Mode 2. The mode to which the vehicle
was programmed may have been changed since it left
the factory. To program the vehicle to a different mode,
do the following:
1. Enter the Personalization menu by following the
instructions listed previously.
1. Enter the Personalization menu by following the
instructions listed previously.
2. Scroll to LOCK PASS WINDOW and touch the ON
or OFF screen button as desired.
2. Scroll to MIRROR TO CURB IN REVERSE and
touch the ON or OFF screen button as desired.
The mode you selected is now set. You can either exit
the programming mode by following the instructions
later in this section or program the next feature available
on your vehicle.
The mode you selected is now set. You can either exit
the programming mode by following the instructions
later in this section or program the next feature available
on your vehicle.
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Enhanced Chime Volume
Exiting the Personalization Menu
This feature allows you to adjust the volume level of the
vehicle’s warning chimes. The chime volume cannot
be turned off, only adjusted.
Once you have finished making your selections, you
may exit Feature Programming by pressing any of the
hard keys located next to the navigation screen.
The following modes are available for selection:
Mode 1: NORMAL
Mode 2: LOUD
Before your vehicle was shipped from the factory, it was
programmed to Mode 1. The mode to which the vehicle
was programmed may have been changed since it left
the factory. To program the vehicle to a different mode,
do the following:
1. Enter the Personalization menu by following the
instructions listed previously.
2. Scroll to ENHANCE CHIME VOLUME and touch
the ON or OFF screen button as desired.
The mode you selected is now set. You can either exit
the programming mode by following the instructions
later in this section or program the next feature available
on your vehicle.
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Driver Information Center (DIC)
The Driver Information Center (DIC) gives you the status
of many of your vehicle’s systems. It is also used to
display driver personalization features and warning/status
messages. All messages will appear on the navigation
system screen.
System Controls
Status of Vehicle Systems
To operate the DIC, briefly touch the blue vehicle
information screen button in the upper right corner of
the screen. Each touch of this screen button will scroll to
the next available vehicle information item.
You can view the status of several vehicle systems
using the DIC.
The Vehicle Information menu allows you to select the
vehicle information to be displayed and allows you
to reset or turn on or off certain information. You can
access the Vehicle Information menu by doing one
of the following:
To access the Vehicle Info menu, see “System Controls”
listed previously.
• Touch and hold the vehicle information screen
button in the upper right corner of the screen
for three seconds.
• Press the Audio/Adjust hard key to the left of the
screen to bring up the Main Audio menu and then
touch the vehicle information screen button on the
Main Audio menu.
The icons for this key and screen button look like the
following:
e/ z (Audio/Adjust): This is the audio/adjust
hard key.
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(Vehicle Information): This is the vehicle
information screen button.
Vehicle Information Menu
The following menu will appear when Vehicle Info is
selected. The tire pressure menu items are only available
if your vehicle has the Tire Pressure Monitor (TPM)
System:
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Clock/Outside Air Temp
Trip Odometer A*
Trip Odometer B*
Fuel Range
Average Fuel Economy*
Instantaneous Fuel Economy
Fuel Used*
Average Vehicle Speed*
Timer*
Battery Voltage
Left Front Tire Pressure
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Left Rear Tire Pressure
Right Front Tire Pressure
Right Rear Tire Pressure
Engine Oil Life*
Transmission Fluid Life*
*These items can be reset. Each one must be reset
individually. For a detailed description of the menu items
and how to reset them, see “Vehicle Information
Menu Item Descriptions” following.
You can view any of these menu items at any time by
touching the screen button next to the item. The
currently selected item is displayed at the top of the
screen. Only one item can be displayed at a time.
Vehicle Information Menu Item
Descriptions
The following is a detailed description of each Vehicle
Information menu item:
Clock/Outside Air Temp: If you select this item, the
clock and outside temperature will be displayed at the top
of the screen. The outside temperature will be displayed
in either degrees Fahrenheit or degrees Celsius
depending upon whether the system is set for English
or metric units.
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Trip Odometer A and B: The trip odometer can record
the number of miles or kilometers traveled for up to
two trips.
1. Press and hold the vehicle information button in the
upper right corner of the screen for three seconds
to access the Vehicle Information menu.
2. Use the up and down arrows on the screen to bring
TRIP A or TRIP B into view. Then press the button
next to the trip you wish to be viewed.
The selected trip odometer (A or B) will be displayed
at the top of the screen with the accumulated
mileage.
3. Press the RETURN button to return to the
previous page.
4. Repeat the steps to view the other trip odometer.
Fuel Range: If you select this item, the approximate
number of remaining miles or kilometers you can drive
without refueling is displayed. This estimate is based
on the current driving conditions and will change if the
driving conditions change. For example, if you are driving
in traffic making frequent stops, the display may read one
number, but if you enter the freeway, the number may
change even though you still have the same amount of
gas in the gas tank. This is because different driving
conditions produce different fuel economies. Generally,
freeway driving produces better fuel economy than city
driving.
If your vehicle is low on fuel, the Low Fuel Level message
will be displayed. See “Low Fuel Level Message” in your
vehicle’s owner manual.
Fuel Used: If you select this item, the number of
gallons or liters of fuel used since the last reset of this
menu item is displayed.
Average Fuel Economy: If you select this item, the
approximate average miles per gallon (mpg) or Liters per
100 kilometers (L/100km) is displayed. This number is
calculated based on the number of mpg (L/100km)
recorded since the last time this menu item was reset.
To reset the Fuel Used, touch and hold the vehicle
information screen button to bring up the Vehicle
Information menu. Use the up and down arrows on the
screen to select Fuel Used and then touch the RESET
screen button. Touch the RETURN screen button to go
back to the previous page.
To reset the Average Fuel Economy, touch and hold the
vehicle information screen button to bring up the Vehicle
Information menu. Use the up and down arrows on the
screen to select Average Fuel Economy and then touch
the RESET screen button. Touch the RETURN screen
button to go back to the previous page.
Instantaneous Fuel Economy: If you select this item,
the current fuel economy is displayed. This number
reflects only the fuel economy that the vehicle has right
now and will change frequently as driving conditions
change. Unlike average fuel economy, this menu item
cannot be reset.
Average Vehicle Speed: If you select this item, the
average speed of the vehicle is displayed in miles
per hour (mph) or kilometers per hour (km/h). This
average is calculated based on the various vehicle
speeds recorded since the last reset of this menu item.
To reset the Average Vehicle Speed, touch and hold the
vehicle information screen button to bring up the Vehicle
Information menu. Use the up and down arrows on the
screen to select Average Vehicle Speed and then touch
the RESET screen button. Touch the RETURN screen
button to go back to the previous page.
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Timer: If you select this item, a timing feature is
displayed. The timer functions like a stopwatch in that
you can record the time it takes to travel from one point
to another.
Left Front Tire Pressure: If you select this item, the
driver’s side front tire pressure will be displayed. If
the tire pressure is low, LOW will be displayed with this
item. The pressure can be displayed in PSI or KPA.
To turn on the timer, touch and hold the vehicle
information screen button to bring up the Vehicle
Information menu. Use the up and down arrows on the
screen to select Timer and then press the ON screen
button. Touch the RETURN screen button to go back to
the previous page.
Right Front Tire Pressure: If you select this item, the
passenger’s side front tire pressure will be displayed. If
the tire pressure is low, LOW will be displayed with this
item. The pressure can be displayed in PSI or KPA.
To reset the timer, touch and hold the vehicle
information screen button to bring up the Vehicle
Information menu. Use the up and down arrows on
the screen to select Timer and then touch the RESET
screen button. Touch the RETURN screen button
to go back to the previous page.
Battery Voltage: If you select this item, the current
battery voltage is displayed. If the voltage is in the
normal range, the display will have OK after it. For
example, the display may read 13.2 Battery Volts OK.
If there is a problem with the battery charging system,
there are four possible DIC messages that may be
displayed. See “DIC Warnings and Messages” later
in this section for more information.
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Right Rear Tire Pressure: If you select this item, the
passenger’s side rear tire pressure will be displayed. If
the tire pressure is low, LOW will be displayed with this
item. The pressure can be displayed in PSI or KPA.
Left Rear Tire Pressure: If you select this item, the
driver’s side rear tire pressure will be displayed. If
the tire pressure is low, LOW will be displayed with this
item. The pressure can be displayed in PSI or KPA.
Engine Oil Life: If you select this item, the percentage
of remaining oil life is displayed. If you see 99% Oil
Life on the display, that means that 99% of the current
oil life remains.
When the oil life is depleted, the Change Engine Oil
message will appear on the display. See your dealer
for service. In addition to the Engine Oil Life System
monitoring the oil life, additional maintenance is
recommended. See “Engine Oil Life System” and
“Maintenance Schedule” in your vehicle’s owner manual.
Press the display button to acknowledge the Change
Engine Oil message. This will clear the message from the
display and reset it.
When you reset the Change Engine Oil message by
clearing it from the display, you still must reset the engine
oil life monitor separately.
Transmission Fluid Life: If you select this item,
the percentage of remaining transmission fluid life is
displayed. If you see 99% Trans Fluid Life on the display,
that means that 99% of the current transmission fluid life
remains.
2. Turn the system on by pressing the PWR/VOL knob
located to the lower left of the DIC display screen.
When the transmission fluid life is depleted, the Change
Transmission Fluid message will appear on the display.
You should change the transmission fluid as soon as
possible within 200 miles (320 km). Be sure to keep a
written record of the mileage and date of the fluid change
so you will have it for future reference.
3. Press and hold the vehicle information display
button located in the upper right of the screen
for 3 seconds to enter the vehicle information menu.
When you reset the Change Transmission Fluid message
by clearing it from the display, you still must reset the
transmission fluid life monitor separately.
4. Use the scroll up or down display keys to select
Engine Oil Life.
To reset the transmission fluid life indicator, use the
following steps:
To reset the oil life indicator, use the following steps:
1. Turn the ignition to ON with the engine running.
5. Press and hold the RESET button on the display.
The percentage will return to 100, and the oil life
indicator will be reset. Repeat the steps if the
percentage does not return to 100.
6. Press the RETURN button on the display to return
to the main page.
7. Turn the key to OFF.
1. Turn the vehicle on with the ignition in RUN.
2. Turn the Navigation system on by pressing the
PWR/VOL knob.
3. Press and hold the vehicle information button in the
upper right corner of the screen for three seconds.
This will bring up the Vehicle Information menu.
4. Use the up and down arrows to scroll through the
items until you get to Transmission Fluid Life.
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5. Press and hold the RESET button on the screen
until the Transmission Fluid Life is reset to
100 percent.
Repeat this procedure if the Transmission Fluid Life
does not reset.
Turn off all unnecessary accessories to allow the battery
to recharge.
6. Press the RETURN button on the screen to return
to the main screen.
Battery Voltage High
DIC Warnings and Messages
These messages will appear if there is a problem
sensed in one of your vehicle’s systems.
You must acknowledge a message to clear it from the
screen for further use. To clear a message, touch the Ok
screen button.
Be sure to take any message that appears on the
screen seriously and remember that clearing the
message will only make the message disappear,
not the problem.
Battery Saver Active
This message appears when the system detects that the
battery voltage is dropping beyond a reasonable level.
The battery saver system will start reducing certain
features of the vehicle that you may not be able to notice.
At the point that the features are disabled, this message
is displayed. It means that the vehicle is trying to save the
charge in the battery.
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The normal battery voltage range is 11.5 to 15.5 volts.
You can monitor battery voltage on the DIC by selecting
Battery Volts from the Vehicle Information menu.
This message indicates that the electrical charging
system is overcharging the battery. When the system
detects that the battery voltage is above approximately
16 volts, this message will be displayed.
To reduce the charging overload, use the vehicle’s
accessories. Turn on the exterior lamps and radio, set
the climate control on AUTO and the fan speed on the
highest setting, and turn the rear window defogger on.
The normal battery voltage range is 11.5 to 15.5 volts
when the engine is running. You can monitor battery
voltage on the DIC by selecting Battery Volts from the
Vehicle Information menu.
Battery Voltage Low
Check Tire Pressure
This message will appear when the electrical system is
charging less than 10 volts or if the battery has been
drained.
This message indicates that one or more of the vehicle’s
tires are low. See “Inflation — Tire Pressure” in your
vehicle’s owner manual for information on checking your
vehicle’s tire pressures.
If this message appears immediately after starting the
engine, it is possible that the generator can still recharge
the battery. The battery should recharge while driving
but may take a few hours to do so. Consider using
an auxiliary charger to boost the battery after returning
home or to a final destination. Be sure to follow the
manufacturer’s instructions.
If this message appears while driving or after starting
your vehicle and stays on, have it checked immediately
to determine the cause of this problem.
To help the generator recharge the battery quickly, you
can reduce the load on the electrical system by turning off
the accessories.
The normal battery voltage range is 11.5 to 15.5 volts.
You can monitor battery voltage on the DIC by selecting
Battery Volts from the Vehicle Information menu.
Check Oil Level
This message indicates that the oil level is low. See
“Engine Oil” in your vehicle’s owner manual for
more information on checking you engine oil.
Change Engine Oil
When this message comes on, it means that service is
required for your vehicle. See your dealer. See “Engine
Oil” and “Maintenance Schedule” in your vehicle’s owner
manual for more information.
When you reset the Change Engine Oil message by
clearing it from the display, you still must reset the
engine oil life monitor separately. For more information
on resetting the engine oil life monitor, see “Vehicle
Information Menu Item Descriptions” earlier in this
section.
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Change Trans (Transmission) Fluid
This message indicates that the life of the transmission
fluid has expired and it should be changed within
200 miles. See “Automatic Transmission Fluid” and
“Maintenance Schedule” in your vehicle’s owner
manual for the proper fluid and change intervals.
When you reset the Change Trans Fluid message by
clearing it from the display, you still must reset the
transmission fluid life monitor separately. For more
information on resetting the transmission fluid life
monitor, see “Vehicle Information Menu Item
Descriptions” earlier in this section.
Check Brake Fluid
This message will display if the ignition is in ON to
inform the driver that the brake fluid level is low. Have
the brake system serviced by your dealer as soon
as possible. See “Brakes” in your vehicle’s owner
manual for more information.
Check Coolant Level
This message will appear when there is a low level of
engine coolant. Have the cooling system serviced
by your dealer as soon as possible. See “Engine
Coolant” in your vehicle’s owner manual for more
information.
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Notice: If your engine catches fire because you keep
driving with no coolant, your vehicle can be badly
damaged. The costly repairs would not be covered by
your warranty. See “Overheated Engine Protection
Mode” in your vehicle’s owner manual for
information on driving to a safe place in an
emergency.
Check Gas Cap
When this message appears on the display, the gas cap
has not been fully tightened. You should recheck the
gas cap to ensure that it’s on and tightened properly.
See “Malfunction Indicator Lamp” in your vehicle’s owner
manual for more information.
Check Washer Fluid
When this message appears on the display, it means
that your vehicle is low on windshield washer fluid.
You should refill the tank as soon as possible. See
“Windshield Washer Fluid” in your vehicle’s owner
manual for more information.
Driver Door Ajar
When this message appears on the display, it means that
the driver’s door was not closed completely. You should
make sure that the driver’s door is closed completely.
Engine Coolant Hot – Idle Engine
Engine Overheated – Stop Engine
This message will appear when the engine coolant
temperature is too hot. Stop and allow the vehicle to idle
until it cools down. See “Engine Overheating” in your
vehicle’s owner manual.
This message will appear when the engine has
overheated. Stop the vehicle and turn the engine off
immediately to avoid severe engine damage. A chime will
also sound when this message is displayed. See “Engine
Overheating” in your vehicle’s owner manual.
Notice: If you drive your vehicle while the engine is
overheating, severe engine damage may occur. If
an overheat warning appears on the instrument
panel cluster and/or DIC, stop the vehicle as soon
as possible. Do not increase the engine speed above
normal idling speed. See “Engine Overheating” in
your vehicle’s owner manual for more information.
Engine Coolant Hot – AC
(Air Conditioning) Off
Notice: If you drive your vehicle while the engine is
overheating, severe engine damage may occur. If
an overheat warning appears on the instrument
panel cluster and/or DIC, stop the vehicle as soon
as possible. Do not increase the engine speed above
normal idling speed. See “Engine Overheating” in
your vehicle’s owner manual for more information.
Engine Power Reduced
This message displays when the engine coolant
becomes hotter than the normal operating temperature.
To avoid added strain on a hot engine, the air
conditioning compressor is automatically turned off.
When the coolant temperature returns to normal, the
air conditioning compressor will turn back on. You can
continue to drive your vehicle.
This message informs you that the vehicle is reducing
engine power because the transmission is being placed
in gear under conditions that may cause damage to the
vehicle’s engine or transmission. This also can affect the
vehicle’s ability to accelerate.
If this message continues to appear, have the system
repaired as soon as possible to avoid compressor
damage.
When this message appears on the display, it means
that your vehicle is low on fuel. You should refill the tank
as soon as possible. A single chime will sound when
this message is displayed.
Fuel Level Low
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Headlamps Suggested
Oil Pressure Low – Stop Engine
This message will appear when the amount of available
light outside the vehicle is low and the exterior lamp
control is off. This message informs the driver that
turning on the exterior lamps is recommended even
though the DRL are still illuminated and it has become
dark enough outside to require the headlamps and/or
other exterior lamps.
A multiple chime will sound when this message is
displayed. See “Engine Oil” in your vehicle’s owner
manual.
Notice: If you drive your vehicle while the engine
oil pressure is low, severe engine damage may
occur. If a low oil pressure warning appears on
the instrument panel cluster and/or DIC, stop the
vehicle as soon as possible. Do not drive the vehicle
until the cause of the low oil pressure is corrected.
See “Engine Oil” in your vehicle’s owner manual
for more information.
This message will also appear when the windshield
wipers have been on for more than six seconds and
the exterior lamp control is off or in the parking
lamp position.
Ice Possible
This message appears when the outside temperature is
cold enough to create icy road conditions.
Left Rear Door Ajar
When this message appears on the display, it means that
the driver’s side rear door was not closed completely.
You should make sure that the door is closed completely.
Lift Gate Ajar
When this message appears on the display, it means that
the liftgate was not closed completely. You should make
sure that the liftgate is closed completely.
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Passenger Door Ajar
When this message appears on the display, it means
that the passenger’s side front door was not closed
completely. You should make sure that the door
is closed completely.
Personalization Off/Driver Identification
When this message appears, the personalization
features previously stored are turned off. If you want your
customized settings to be automatically recalled when
you use the remote keyless entry transmitter or when you
remove the key from the ignition, you must enable them
in the DIC. See Personalization on page 5-2 for more
information.
This message is also used to identify the
driver (1, 2 or 3) on the navigation system.
Right Rear Door Ajar
Service Charging System
When this message appears on the display, it means
that the passenger’s side rear door was not closed
completely. You should check to make sure that
the door is closed completely.
This message will display when a problem with the
charging system has been detected. Have your vehicle
serviced at your dealer.
Service AC (Air Conditioning) System
This message appears when the electronic sensors that
control the air conditioning and heating systems are no
longer working. Have the climate control system serviced
by your dealer if you notice a drop in heating and air
conditioning efficiency.
Service Air Bag
There is a problem with the air bag system when this
message appears. Have your vehicle serviced at your
dealer immediately. See “Airbag System” in your
vehicle’s owner manual for more information.
Service Electrical System
This message will display if an electrical problem has
occurred within the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) or
the ignition switch. Have your vehicle serviced at your
dealer.
Service Fuel System
The Powertrain Control Module (PCM) has detected a
problem within the fuel system when this message
appears. Have your vehicle serviced at your dealer.
Service Idle Control
A problem with the idle control has occurred when this
message displays. Have your vehicle serviced at
your dealer.
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Service Stability System Message
Stability System Off Message
Your vehicle is equipped with a vehicle stability
enhancement system called StabiliTrak®.
The Stability System Off message will be displayed
any time you turn off StabiliTrak® using the TC (traction
control) on/off button. See “Traction Control System
(TCS)” in your vehicle’s owner manual for more
information. When this message has been displayed,
StabiliTrak® is no longer available to assist you with
directional control of the vehicle. Adjust your driving
accordingly.
See “StabiliTrak® System” in your vehicle’s owner
manual. The Service Stability System message will be
displayed if there has been a problem detected with
StabiliTrak®.
If the Service Stability System message comes on while
you are driving, pull off the road as soon as possible and
stop carefully. Try resetting the system by turning the
ignition off then back on. If the Service Stability System
message still stays on or comes back on again while
you are driving, your vehicle needs service. Have the
StabiliTrak® System inspected at your dealer as soon
as possible.
Stability System Engaged Message
The Stability System Engaged message will be displayed
any time StabiliTrak® is actively assisting you with
directional control of the vehicle. Slippery road conditions
may exist when this message is displayed, so adjust your
driving accordingly. This message may stay on for a few
seconds after StabiliTrak® stops assisting you with
directional control of the vehicle. See “StabiliTrak®
System” in your vehicle’s owner manual for more
information.
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Stability System Ready Message
The Stability System Ready message will be displayed
any time you turn StabiliTrak® on again using the TC
(traction control) on/off button. See “Traction Control
System (TCS)” in your vehicle’s owner manual for more
information. When this message has been displayed,
StabiliTrak® is ready to assist you with directional control
of the vehicle if needed.
Service Steering System
Your vehicle may be equipped with a speed variable
assist steering system. See “Steering” in your vehicle’s
owner manual.
The Service Steering System message will be displayed
if a problem is detected with the speed variable assist
steering system. When this message is displayed, you
may notice that the effort required to steer the vehicle
increases or feels “heavier,” but you will still be able to
steer the vehicle.
Service Suspension System
Service Vehicle Soon
This message is displayed to indicate that the suspension
system is not operating properly. Have your vehicle
serviced at your dealer.
This message is displayed when a non-emissions
related powertrain malfunction occurs. Have your vehicle
serviced at your dealer as soon as possible.
Service Theft System
Speed Limited to XXX
This message means there is a problem with the
Immobilizer. See “Immobilizer” in your vehicle’s owner
manual for more information. A fault has been detected
in the system which means that the system is disabled
and is not protecting the vehicle. The vehicle usually
restarts, however, you may want to take your vehicle
to your dealer before turning off the engine.
This message indicates that your vehicle speed is limited
to XXX (mph in English mode and km/h in Metric mode)
because the vehicle detects a problem in the suspension
system. Have your vehicle serviced at your dealer.
Starting Disabled – Remove Key
This message will appear if the Tire Pressure Monitor
(TPM) system is not working properly. Have your vehicle
serviced at your dealer as soon as possible. See “Tire
Pressure Monitor System” in your vehicle’s owner
manual for more information.
This message will appear when the vehicle
theft-deterrent system detects that an improper ignition
key is being used to try to start the vehicle. Check the
ignition key for damage. If it is damaged, it may need to
be replaced. If it is not damaged, remove the key and try
to start the vehicle again. If it still does not start, try
another ignition key or have your vehicle serviced at
your dealer.
Service Transmission
Starting Disabled – Throttle Problem
There is a problem with the transmission of your
vehicle. Have your vehicle serviced at your dealer.
This message appears when your vehicle’s throttle
system is not functioning properly. Have your vehicle
serviced at your dealer.
Service Tire Monitor System
5-25
Theft Attempted
Traction Suspended
This message is displayed if the content theft-deterrent
system has detected a break-in attempt while you
were away from your vehicle.
This message will appear when the traction control
system has been temporarily shut off because your
vehicle’s brakes have overheated. This message does
not indicate a problem with your vehicle’s traction control
system. See “Traction Control System (TCS)” in your
vehicle’s owner manual for more information.
Top Speed – Fuel Cut Off
This message will appear when the Engine Control
Module (ECM) detects that the maximum speed for your
vehicle has been reached. Your vehicle’s top speed is
based on the top speed rating of the tires. This ensures
that your vehicle stays in a safe operating range for
the tires.
Traction Engaged
This message will appear when the traction control
system is actively limiting wheel spin. Slippery road
conditions may exist if this message is displayed, so
adjust your driving accordingly. The message will stay on
for a few seconds after the traction control system stops
limiting wheel spin. See “Traction Control System (TCS)”
in your vehicle’s owner manual for more information.
5-26
Trans (Transmission) Hot – Idle Engine
This message indicates that the transmission fluid
in your vehicle is too hot. Stop the vehicle and allow it
to idle until the transmission cools down or until this
message is removed.
Turn Signal On
If you drive your vehicle for more than about 1 mile
(1.6 km) with a turn signal on, this message will appear
as a reminder to turn off the turn signal. A multiple
chime will sound when this message is displayed.
A
Adding a Waypoint .......................................... 2-23
Address ......................................................... 2-29
All Points of Interest ........................................ 2-30
Alpha-Numeric Keypad ...................................... 2-3
Audio System .................................................. 3-2
Auto Reroute .................................................. 2-17
Avoid Point/Area, Edit ...................................... 2-25
C
Calculate Route .............................................. 2-38
Canadian Owners ................................................ ii
Cancel Route ................................................. 2-38
CD
Player ........................................................ 3-18
Six-Disc Changer ......................................... 3-23
CD Changer Errors ......................................... 3-25
CD/DVD Player .............................................. 3-18
D
Database Coverage Explanations ......................
Deleting a Waypoint ........................................
Deleting All Memory Points ...............................
Deleting an Avoid Point/Area ............................
Deleting Single Memory Points .........................
Detour ...........................................................
DIC Warnings and Messages ...........................
Display Whole Route .......................................
DVD
Player ........................................................
DVD Menu Options .........................................
DVD Player ....................................................
2-42
2-25
2-21
2-26
2-21
2-37
5-18
2-38
3-18
3-21
3-19
1
E
H
Easy Planning Route ....................................... 2-28
Edit
Avoid Point/Area .......................................... 2-25
Memory Point ............................................. 2-19
Waypoint .................................................... 2-23
Edit Category ................................................. 2-22
Editing a Waypoint .......................................... 2-25
Editing an Avoid Point/Area .............................. 2-26
Editing Memory Points ..................................... 2-20
Enter Destination ............................................ 2-27
Entering the Personalization Menu ...................... 5-2
Exiting the Personalization Menu ....................... 5-12
Hard Keys ....................................................... 2-2
Home ............................................................ 2-33
F
Finding a Station .............................................. 3-7
Freeway Entrance/Exit ..................................... 2-34
G
Getting Started, Navigation ................................ 1-3
Global Positioning System (GPS) ...................... 2-39
Guidance Appearance ....................................... 2-8
2
I
Intersection .................................................... 2-35
K
Keyless Entry System ...................................... 2-38
M
Main Audio Menu ............................................. 3-2
Map Adjustments ............................................ 2-12
Map Appearance .............................................. 2-9
Map Scales .................................................... 2-12
Maps ............................................................ 2-10
Memory Point, Edit ......................................... 2-19
Memory Points ............................................... 2-31
Menu
Setup .......................................................... 2-4
N
Navigation
Getting Started .............................................
System Overview ..........................................
Using the System ..........................................
Navigation Settings ...........................................
Q
Quick POI (Point of Interest) Selection ................. 2-6
1-3
1-2
2-2
2-4
O
OnStar® System ............................................. 2-39
Ordering
Map DVDs ................................................. 2-42
Overview, Navigation System ............................. 1-2
Owners, Canadian ............................................... ii
P
Personalization Features .................................... 5-3
Plan Route .................................................... 2-18
Playing a DVD ............................................... 3-20
Playing the Radio ............................................. 3-7
Preset Station Menu ......................................... 3-8
Previous Destination ........................................ 2-32
Previous Starting Point .................................... 2-33
Problems with Route Guidance ......................... 2-41
R
Radio ............................................................. 3-2
Personalization with Home and Away Feature .... 3-26
Radio Data Systems (RDS) .............................. 3-11
Regional Maps ............................................... 2-10
Registering an Avoid Point/Area ........................ 2-26
Registering Memory Points ............................... 2-19
Remote Keyless Entry System .......................... 2-38
Route
Preference .................................................. 2-36
Route Setting ................................................. 2-37
S
Scrolling the Map ............................................ 2-12
Set by Map .................................................... 2-33
Setting Program Type (PTY) Preset Stations ....... 3-15
Setting the Search Area ................................... 2-11
Setup Menu ..................................................... 2-4
Six-Disc CD Changer ...................................... 3-23
Sound Menu .................................................... 3-9
3
Status of Vehicle Systems ................................
Symbols ........................................................
System Controls .............................................
System Needs Service, If .................................
5-13
2-13
5-13
2-42
T
Touch Sensitive Buttons .................................... 2-4
Traveling Across Regions ................................. 2-18
V
Vehicle Information Menu ................................. 5-13
Vehicle Information Menu Item Descriptions ........ 5-14
Vehicle Positioning .......................................... 2-40
4
Voice Guidance Volume Settings ........................ 2-9
Voice Recognition ............................................. 4-2
Voice Recognition Commands ............................ 4-3
W
Waypoint, Edit ................................................ 2-23
X
XM Radio Messages ....................................... 3-16
XM™ Satellite Radio Service ............................ 3-14
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