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Do not use CDs with adhesive labels.
The label can curl up and cause the CD
to jam in the unit.
For best results when using CD-R or
CD-RW discs, use only high quality
discs labeled for audio use. When
recording a CD-R or CD-RW, the
recording must be closed in order
for the disc to be played by the CD
player.
Loading CDs in the Changer
To load multiple discs in one
operation:
1. Press the LOAD button until you
hear a beep and see ‘‘LOAD’’ on
the display.
To load only one CD, press and
release the LOAD button.
2. The disc number for an empty
position is highlighted and the red
light starts blinking.
3. Insert the disc into the CD slot
when the green CD load indicator
comes on. Insert it only about
halfway; the drive will pull it in the
rest of the way. You will see
‘‘BUSY’’ on the display as the CD
load indicator turns red and blinks
as the CD is loaded.
You cannot load and play 3-inch
(8-cm) discs in this system.
4. When the CD load indicator turns
green and ‘‘LOAD’’ appears on the
display again, insert the next CD
in the slot.
Features
Operating the CD Changer
Your audio system has an in-dash
CD changer that holds up to six CDs,
providing several hours of
continuous entertainment. You
operate this CD changer with the
same controls used for the radio.
To load CDs or operate the CD
changer, the ignition switch must be
in the ACCESSORY (I) or ON (II)
position.
Do not try to insert a disc until
‘‘LOAD’’ appears. You could
damage the audio unit.
5. Repeat steps 1 through 3 until all
six positions are loaded. If you are
not loading all six positions, the
system begins playing the last CD
loaded.
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If you are not loading CDs into all six
positions, press the LOAD button
again after the last CD has loaded.
The system will begin playing the
last CD loaded.
If you stop loading discs before all
six positions are filled, the system
will wait for 15 seconds, stop the load
operation, and begin playing the last
disc loaded.
You can also load a CD into an empty
position while a CD is playing. Select
the empty position (the disc number
indicator is not highlighted) and
press the appropriate preset bar or
touch a disc icon. The current CD
stops playing and starts the loading
sequence. The CD just loaded will
play.
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To Play a CD
Select the CD changer by pressing
the CD button. You will see ‘‘CD’’ on
the display. The system will begin
playing the last selected CD in the
CD changer. You will see the disc
and track numbers displayed.
When that CD ends, the next CD in
the CD changer is loaded and played.
After the last CD finishes, the
system returns to the first CD.
To select a different disc, press an
appropriate preset button (1−6) or
use the Preset 5 (DISC −) to select
the previous disc or Preset 6 (DISC
+) to select the next disc in
sequence. On vehicles with
navigation system, touch the
appropriate disc icon or press the ▲
or ▼ side of the CH/DISC bar. If
you select an empty position in the
CD changer, the system will try to
load the CD in the next available slot.
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To move rapidly within a track, press
and hold the
or
side of the
SEEK/SKIP bar.
On vehicles without navigation system
The available CD functions are
described as follows.
REPEAT − To activate the repeat
feature, press and release the RPT
button. You will see RPT on the
display as a reminder. The system
continuously replays the current
track. Press the RPT button again to
turn it off. Pressing either of the
SKIP bar also turns off the repeat
feature.
DISC REPEAT − Press and hold
the RPT button to continuously
replay the current CD. You will see
D-RPT on the display as a reminder.
Press the button again to turn it off.
RANDOM − The RANDOM
function plays the tracks within a CD
in random order, rather than in the
order they are recorded on the CD.
To activate it, press the RDM button.
You will see RDM on the display as a
reminder. The system will then
select and play tracks randomly.
This continues until you deactivate
RANDOM by pressing the RDM
button again.
SCAN − The SCAN function
samples all the tracks on the
selected disc in the order they are
recorded on the CD. To activate it,
press and release the SCAN button.
You will see SCAN on the display as
a reminder. The system will then
play the first track for approximately
10 seconds. If you do nothing, the
system will then play the following
tracks for 10 seconds each. When it
plays a track that you want to
continue listening to, press the
SCAN button again.
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Features
SEEK/SKIP − Each time you
press and release the
side of
the SEEK/SKIP bar, the system
skips forward to the beginning of the
next track. Press and release the
side of the bar to skip
backward to the beginning of the
current track. Press it again to skip
to the beginning of the previous
track.
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DISC SCAN − This feature, when
activated, samples the first track of
all the discs in the CD changer in the
order they are stored. To activate
the DISC SCAN feature, press and
hold the SCAN button. You will see
D-SCAN on the display as a
reminder. The system will then play
the first track of the first CD for
approximately 10 seconds. If you do
nothing, the system will then play
the next CD’s first track. When it
plays a disc that you want to
continue listening to, press the
SCAN button again.
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On vehicles with navigation system
Press the AUDIO DISPLAY button
to view the available CD control
icons on the display. The icon
functions are described as follows.
TRACK SCAN − This function
samples all the tracks on the
selected disc in the order they are
recorded on the CD. To activate it,
touch the TRACK SCAN icon or
press and release the SCAN button.
You will see SCAN on the left side of
TRACK icon on the display as a
reminder. SCAN also appears on the
upper display. The system will then
play the first track for approximately
10 seconds. If you do nothing, the
system will then play the following
tracks for 10 seconds each. When it
plays a track that you want to
continue listening to, touch the
TRACK SCAN icon or press the
SCAN button again.
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TRACK REPEAT − Touch the
TRACK REPEAT icon to
continuously replay a track. You will
see REPEAT on the left side of the
TRACK icon on the display as a
reminder. RPT also appears on the
upper display. Press the icon again to
turn it off.
DISC REPEAT − Touch the DISC
REPEAT icon to continuously replay
the current CD. You will see
REPEAT on the left side of the DISC
icon. D-RPT also appears on the
upper display. Press the icon again to
turn it off.
TRACK RANDOM − The TRACK
RANDOM function plays the tracks
within a CD in random order, rather
than in the order they are recorded
on the CD. To activate it, press the
TRACK RANDOM icon. You will see
RANDOM on the left side of the
TRACK icon on the display as a
reminder. The system will then
select and play tracks randomly.
This continues until you deactivate
TRACK RANDOM by touching the
TRACK RANDOM icon again.
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Features
DISC SCAN − This function
samples the first track of all the
discs in the CD changer in the order
they are stored. To activate it, touch
the DISC SCAN icon or press and
hold the SCAN button. You will see
SCAN on the left side of the DISC
icon on the display as a reminder.
D-SCAN also appears on the upper
display. The system will then play
the first track of the first CD for
approximately 10 seconds. If you do
nothing, the system will then play
the next CD’s first track. When it
plays a disc that you want to
continue listening to, touch the DISC
SCAN icon or press the SCAN
button again.
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To Stop Playing a CD
If you turn off the system while a CD
is playing, either by pushing the
VOL/PWR knob or by turning off
the ignition, the CD will stay in the
drive. When you turn the system
back on, it will begin at the same disc
and track.
To take the system out of CD mode,
press the AM/FM or CD/AUX, or
CD/AUX/XM button to switch to
the radio or satellite radio (U.S.
models only), or optional tape player
(if a tape is loaded) while a CD is
playing. When you return to CD
mode by pressing the CD/AUX or
CD/AUX/XM button, play will
continue at the same point that it left
off.
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Removing CDs from the Changer
To remove the disc that is currently
playing, press and release the eject
(
) button. You will see EJECT
in the display. When you remove the
disc from the slot, the system begins
the load sequence so you can load
another disc in that position. If you
do not load another CD within 15
seconds, the system selects the
previous mode [AM, FM1, FM2, or
XM Radio (U.S. models)].
If you do not remove the CD from
the slot, the system will reload the
CD after 15 seconds and put the CD
changer in pause mode. To begin
playing the CD, press the CD button.
To remove a different CD from the
changer, first select it with the
appropriate preset button, or the
appropriate icon or CH/DISC bar.
When that CD begins playing, press
the eject button.
After that disc is ejected, pressing
the eject button again will eject the
next disc in numerical order. By
doing this six times, you can remove
all the CDs from the changer.
If you press the eject button while
listening to the radio, or with the
audio system turned off, the disc
that was last selected is ejected.
In any mode, if you press the eject
button and hold it until you hear a
beep, the system will eject all of the
discs in the changer.
You can also eject discs when the
ignition switch is off by pressing the
eject button. The disc that was last
selected is ejected first. You can
eject up to 5 discs, one at a time.
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CD Player Error Messages
The chart on the right explains the
error messages you may see in the
display while playing a disc.
If there is still a problem, the error
message will reappear. Press the
eject button, and pull out the disc.
(without navigation system)
Cause
FOCUS Error
(with navigation system)
(without navigation system)
Mechanical Error
(with navigation system)
High Temperature
(without navigation system)
Solution
Press the eject button and pull out the disc.
Check if the disc is inserted correctly in the CD
player.
Make sure the disc is not scratched or damaged.
Press the eject button and pull out the disc.
Check the disc for damage or deformation.
If the CD cannot be pulled out or the error
indication does not disappear after the disc is
ejected, see your dealer.
Do not try to force the disc out of the player.
Will disappear when the temperature returns to
normal.
Insert a different disc. If the new
disc plays, there is a problem with
the first disc. If the error message
cycle repeats and you cannot clear it,
take your vehicle to a dealer.
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Features
If you see an error message in the
display while playing a disc, press
the eject button. After ejecting the
disc, check it for damage or
deformation. If there is no damage,
insert the disc again.
Error Message
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Protecting Your CDs
General Information
When using CD-R discs, use only
high quality CDs labeled for audio
use.
When recording a CD-R, the
recording must be closed for it to
be used by the system.
Play only standard round CDs.
Odd-shaped CDs may jam in the
drive or cause other problems.
Handle your CDs properly to
prevent damage and skipping. See
this page.
Protecting CDs
When a CD is not being played, store
it in its case to protect it from dust
and other contamination. To prevent
warpage, keep CDs out of direct
sunlight and extreme heat.
To clean a CD, use a clean soft cloth.
Wipe across the CD from the center
to the outside edge.
A new CD may be rough on the
inner and outer edges. The small
plastic pieces causing this roughness
can flake off and fall on the recording surface of the CD, causing
skipping or other problems. Remove
these pieces by rubbing the inner
and outer edges with the side of a
pencil or pen.
Never try to insert foreign objects in
the CD player or the magazine.
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Handle a CD by its edges; never
touch either surface. Do not place
stabilizer rings or labels on the CD.
These, along with contamination
from fingerprints, liquids, and felt-tip
pens, can cause the CD to not play
properly or possibly jam in the drive.
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