Cadillac SEVILLE 2004, 2004 Seville User guide

Cadillac SEVILLE 2004, 2004 Seville User guide
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C U S TO M E R C O N V E N I E N C E / P E R S O N A L I Z AT I O N G U I D E
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
DRIVER INFORMATION
•Instrument Panel
•Instrument Cluster
AUDIO SYSTEMS
•Radio Controls
•Cassette Player Controls
•Compact Disc (CD) Controls
•Radio Data System Features
•Digital Signal Processing
•Console-Mounted CD Changer
CONVENIENCE FEATURES
•Driver Information Center Controls
•Driver Memory Setting
PERSONALIZATION GUIDE
MAINTENANCE
Refer to Owner Manual for more information.
Driver
Information
Audio Systems
Convenience
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Personalization
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Maintenance
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INSTRUMENT PANEL
1. Analog Instrument Cluster
2. Driver Information Center (DIC)
3. Steering Wheel Audio System
Controls
4. Control Buttons for DIC
5. Air Outlets
6. Hazard Warning Button
7. Audio System
8. Glove Box
9. Passenger-Side Air Bag
10. Litter Container (if equipped)
11. Electronic Climate Controls
12. Shift Lever
13. Heated Front Seat Controls
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Covered Storage Bin
Windshield Wipers/Washer Lever
Cruise Control
Driver-Side Air Bag/Horn
Steering Wheel Voice Recognition
Controls (Phone or Navigation
System, as equipped)
Parking Brake Pedal
Hood Release
Trunk Lock Release
Fuel Door Release
Turn Signal/Multifunctional Lever
Speedometer/Odometer buttons
HVAC Steering Wheel Controls
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Features
Personalization
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Maintenance
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INSTRUMENT CLUSTER
1. Tachometer
2. PRND321 Indicator
3. Digital Speed Display
4. Turn Signal Indicator
5. Speedometer
6. Fuel Gauge
7. Traction Control System Indicator
8. Air Bag Ready Light
9. Brake System Warning Light
10. Safety Belt Reminder Light
11. Anti-Lock Brake System Indicator
12. Service Engine Soon Light
13. Cruise Control Indicator
14. Driver Information Center (DIC)
displays the status of many of your
vehicle’s systems. The DIC is also
used to display driver
personalization features and status
messages.
15. High Beam Indicator
16. Charging System Light
17. Security Light
18. Oil Pressure Light
19. Engine Coolant Temperature Warning
Light
20. Fog Lamp Indicator
21. Parking Brake Indicator
22. Headlamps Reminder
23. Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge
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Audio Systems
AM/FM Stereo with Cassette and
Compact Disc Player/RDS/DSP
(if equipped)
AM/FM Stereo with Compact Disc
Player
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RADIO CONTROLS
Power and Volume
Press the PWR/VOL knob to turn the
radio on/off. Turn the knob to the
desired volume setting.
Select Band
Press the BAND button to select AM,
FM1, FM2, WEATHER, XM1 or XM2.
Select Radio, Cassette, or CD
Press the SOURCE button to select
Radio, Cassette or CD. Your choice
will be displayed.
Set the Clock
Press and hold the HR or MN button.
Release the button as you get close
to the correct hour or minute. Tap
the button to set the exact hour or
minute.
Tone
Press and release the TONE button to
select desired tone control (Bass,
Treble or Midrange). Press the
– LEVEL + button to increase or
decrease the Bass, Treble or
Midrange.
Balance/Fade
Press and release the speaker side of
the TONE button to select Balance or
Fade control. Press the – LEVEL+
button to adjust the sound to the
left/right or front/rear speakers.
Set Stations
The six numbered pushbuttons let
you set up to 18 stations (six AM, six
FM1 and six FM2).
Turn the radio on. Select the Band.
Tune in the station.
Scan the Stations/Preset Stations
Press the SCAN button for less than 2
seconds and the radio will play each
station for 5 seconds. Press and
release the SCAN button again to
stop scanning. Press and hold the
SCAN button for more than 2
seconds to scan each of the preset
stations.
Tune/Seek Stations
Press the top of the button to the first
position to TUNE a station. Press the
bottom of the button to SEEK a
station.
PTY (Program Type)
Press to actuate channel category
mode and – LEVEL+ to scroll
categories. Use TUNE/SEEK or SCAN
to search category type stations.
Press and hold one of the
pushbuttons marked 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
until a chime is heard. Repeat for
each pushbutton.
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Audio Systems
CASSETTE PLAYER CONTROLS
COMPACT DISC (CD) CONTROLS
Insert Tape
With the radio on, insert the tape into
the slot. The tape will begin to play.
Insert CD
With the radio on, insert CD partway
into the slot with the label side up.
The player will pull the CD in and
begin to play.
Fast Forward Tape
Press the FF arrows of the RW/FF
button. Press again to stop.
Rewind Tape
Press the RW arrows of the RW/FF
button. Press again to stop.
Eject Tape
Press the upward triangle button to
eject the tape.
Select Side
Press the SIDE button to select the
cassette side you wish to hear.
Eject the CD
Press the upward triangle button to
eject the CD.
Listen to Tracks in Random Order
Press the RDM button.
Listen to Tracks for a Few Seconds
Press the SCAN button to start or
stop.
Seek the Next Track
Press the TUNE side of the
TUNE/SEEK button.
Seek the Previous Track
Press the SEEK side of the
TUNE/SEEK button.
Fast Forward CD
Press and hold the FF arrows of the
RW/FF button. Release to stop.
Reverse the CD
Press and hold the RW arrows of the
RW/FF button. Release to stop.
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RADIO DATA SYSTEM FEATURES
DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING
(if equipped)
(if equipped)
Your audio system RDS (Radio Data
Systems) provides you with many
useful features.
Setting the DSP tone
Press the Digital Signal Processing
(DSP) button to activate one of four
audio effects. Press the button again
to select TALK, FRONT SEAT,
AMBIANCE or SPACIOUS.
Note: Not all FM stations broadcast
RDS data.
RDS
TA
MSG
PTY
-Level+
Depress button. You
then have 5 seconds to
activate an RDS function.
Receives traffic
announcements.
Displays current station
messages.
Turns on/off program
type (PTY) seeks or scans.
Moves up and down the
list of program types.
Setting the Level
Press the –LEVEL+ button to adjust
the amount of DSP effect.
Audio Systems
Change a CD (with a 6-CD
Changer option)
Press buttons 1 through 6 to change
the CDs loaded in the changer (or
press the SIDE button to advance to
the next CD). The numbers represent
the order of the CDs loaded in the
changer.
Note: Read the display before playing
a CD.
• A flashing CD symbol indicates the
changer is checking the magazine
for CDs.
• A non-flashing CD symbol
indicates the magazine is loaded
with CDs, inserted properly and
ready to play.
• An error message may indicate the
magazine is not loaded or inserted
properly.
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Refer to Owner Manual for more information.
Driver
Information
CONSOLE-MOUNTED CD
CHANGER (if equipped)
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Convenience Features
DRIVER INFORMATION CENTER
CONTROLS
1. ENG/MET
Press the ENG/MET button to
display instrument cluster
information in English or metric.
2. DSPL MODE
Turns the digital/analog display
feature on/off.
3. RESET TRIP A/B
There are two trip odometers.
Press the A/B portion of the
button to select and view the trip
odometers.
4. INFO
Press the INFO button up or down
to display: OUTSIDE TEMP,
RANGE, AVG ECONOMY, INST
ECONOMY, FUEL USED, AVG
SPEED, TIMER, BATTERY, ENGINE
OIL LIFE.
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5. INFO RESET
Press the INFO RESET button to
reset to 0.0 the AVG ECONO,
FUEL USED, AVG SPEED, TIMER.
After an oil change, press and hold
INFO RESET to reset the ENGINE
OIL LIFE to 100%.
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6. ON/OFF
This button is primarily used
during feature programming.
Press the ON/OFF button to start
the TIMER feature. Press the INFO
RESET button to stop the TIMER.
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DRIVER MEMORY SETTING
(if equipped)
Set Seat and Mirror positions,
Climate Control and Audio System
settings, and Power
Tilt/Telescoping Steering Wheel
position (if equipped)
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With the vehicle in Park (P), adjust
the driver’s seat (including seatback
recliner, lumbar and head
restraint/shoulder belt height
adjustments), outside rearview mirror
positions, climate control and audio
system settings and steering wheel
position (if equipped).
exit position.
1. Press and release the MEMORY
SET button.
3. Then, within 5 seconds press and
release the EXIT button.
2. Then, within 5 seconds press and
release one of the two numbered
buttons that match the number on
the back of your remote keyless
entry transmitter. Each time a
memory button is pressed, a
single beep will sound.
Recall Memory for Seat and Mirror
positions, Climate Control and
Audio System settings and Power
Tilt/Telescope Steering Wheel
position (if equipped)
Set EXIT Position
With vehicle in PARK (P), adjust the
driver’s seat (including recliner), and
power tilt and telescoping steering
wheel (if equipped) to the desired
Audio Systems
Recall an EXIT Position
3. Press the EXIT button.
Power Remote Control Mirror
1. Press and release the MEMORY
SET button.
4. Press the LR switch to select the
left or right outside mirror.
5. Press the directional button to tilt
the mirrors to the desired position.
Press the unlock-symbol button on
the key fob or press the appropriate
numbered button on the driver-side
door panel.
Note: DIC Remove Recall/Key in
Recall programming allows you to
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Information
determine whether settings are
recalled when the key fob button is
pressed or when the key is inserted
into the ignition if the vehicle is
equipped with optional memory
feature.
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Personalization Guide
Setup
(for vehicles equipped with Memory Package)
Before you begin, if your vehicle is equipped with the Memory Package, it is
necessary to adjust and set the following interior comfort and convenience items:
•Driver seat position
•Driver seat exit position
•Steering wheel column position
•Steering wheel exit position
•Outside rearview mirror positions
•Audio settings
•Climate control settings
See your Owner Manual for further information.
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Driver 2:
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Programming the Features
DIC = Driver Information Center
RKE = Remote Keyless Entry
With the ignition key ON and the vehicle in PARK
(P), press the appropriate memory button “1” or “2”
on the driver’s door trim panel that corresponds to
the number on the back of the RKE.
DIC readout on INSTRUMENT CLUSTER
Press INFO until FEATURE PROGRAMMING appears
in the DIC, then press ON/OFF to select feature as
shown below.
Press INFO RESET to exit programming at any time,
and your changes will be saved.
To start programming, press the INFO button until
FEATURE PROGRAMMING appears in the DIC.
Press the ON/OFF button to enter Feature
Programming. Press down on the INFO button to
scroll through the menu. To exit, press the INFO
RESET button.
DIC controls located to right of cluster
NOTE: Shaded areas are for vehicles equipped with the Memory Package.
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DRIVER/RKE1 DRIVER/RKE 2
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Lights Flash at Unlock. If you want the parking
lamps to flash twice when UNLOCK is pressed on
the RKE, press INFO until Lights Flash at Unlock
appears in the DIC, then press ON/OFF to select.
Press the down arrow on INFO to continue.
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Lights Flash at Lock. If you want the parking lamps
to flash once when LOCK is pressed on the RKE,
press INFO until Lights Flash at Lock appears in the
DIC, then press ON/OFF to select. Press the down
arrow on INFO to continue.
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Horn Sounds at Lock. If you want the horn
to sound once when LOCK is pressed on the
RKE, press INFO until Horn Sounds at Lock
appears in the DIC, then press ON/OFF to
select. Press the down arrow on INFO to
continue.
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Exterior Lighting. If you want the parking, tail,
backup, and high beam lamps illuminated for 20
seconds when UNLOCK is pressed on the RKE (or
until the door is opened or the ignition key is turned
out of the OFF position), press INFO until Ext Lights at
Unlock appears in the DIC, then press ON/OFF to
select. Press the down arrow on INFO to continue.
ON OFF ON OFF
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Remote Recall. If you want the seat and mirror
settings activated when UNLOCK is pressed on the
RKE, press INFO until Remote Recall Memory
appears in the DIC, then press ON/OFF to select.
Press the down arrow on INFO to continue.
Key in Recall. If you want the seat and mirror
settings activated using the ignition key, press INFO
until Key in Recall Memory appears in the DIC, then
press ON/OFF to select. Press the down arrow on
INFO to continue.
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Auto Exit Seat. If you want the driver’s seat to
move to the exit position with the ignition key OFF
and door open, press INFO until Auto Exit Seat
appears in the DIC, then press ON/OFF to select.
Press the down arrow on INFO to continue.
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Auto Exit Steering Wheel. If you want the steering
wheel to move to the exit position with the ignition
key OFF and door open, press INFO until Auto Exit
Strg Wheel appears in the DIC, then press ON/OFF
to select. Press the down arrow on INFO to
continue.
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DRIVER/RKE1 DRIVER/RKE 2
ON OFF ON OFF
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Doors Lock in Gear. If you want all the doors to
lock when the vehicle is shifted out of PARK (P),
press INFO until Doors Lock in Gear appears in the
DIC, then press ON/OFF to select. Press the down
arrow on INFO to continue.
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Driver Unlock in Park. If you want the driver’s
door to unlock when the vehicle is shifted into
PARK (P), press INFO until Driver Unlock in Park
appears in the DIC, then press ON/OFF to select.
Press the down arrow on INFO to continue.
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Driver Unlock Key Off. If you want the driver’s
door to unlock when the ignition key is turned OFF,
press INFO until Driver Unlock Key Off appears in
the DIC. To turn feature off, press OFF.
Curbview Assist Mirror. If you want the
passenger’s outside mirror to tilt when the
vehicle is shifted into REVERSE (R), press INFO
until Mirror to Curb in Rev appears in the DIC,
then press ON/OFF to select. Press the down
arrow on INFO to continue.
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Tire Pressure Display (if equipped). Press
down arrow on the INFO button until the TIRE
PRESSURE DISPLAY prompt appears. To turn
this feature on, press ON/OFF until ON is
displayed in the DIC. To turn the feature off,
press ON/OFF until OFF is displayed.
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Doors Unlock in Park. If you want all the doors to
unlock when the vehicle is shifted into PARK (P),
press INFO until Doors Unlock in Park appears in
the DIC, then press ON/OFF to select. Press the
down arrow on INFO to continue.
CAUTION: Do not attempt programming the vehicle while
driving
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Doors Unlock Key Off. If you want all the
doors to unlock when the ignition key
is turned OFF, press INFO until Doors Unlock
Key Off appears in the DIC, then press
ON/OFF to select. Press the down arrow on
INFO to continue.
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1. Brake Master Cylinder
7. Power Steering Fluid Fill
2. Coolant Fill
8. Fuses/Relay Center
3. Air Filter
9. Windshield Washer Fluid Fill
4. Transaxle Dipstick
5. Engine Oil Dipstick
10. Remote Positive Terminal
(refer to Owner Manual for
jump-starting information)
6. Engine Oil Fill
Refer to Owner Manual for more information.
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Owner Privileges™
To make your ownership experience as
satisfying and rewarding as possible, we are
proud to provide you with Cadillac’s
industry-leading Owner Privileges, designed
to accommodate you anytime and anywhere.
TRIP INTERRUPTION – If your trip is interrupted
due to a component failure covered under
warranty, incidental expenses may be
reimbursed including hotel, meals and rental
car.
ROADSIDE SERVICE
(1-800-882-1112)
Roadside Service provides every Cadillac owner
with the advantage of contacting a Cadillac
advisor and, when appropriate, a Cadillactrained dealer technician who can provide onsite services (where available):
• Towing
• Battery Jump-Starting
• Lockout Assistance
• Fuel Delivery
• Flat Tire Change (covers change only)
COURTESY TRANSPORTATION – May also be
provided for warranted repairs including shuttle
service for same day repairs and loaner
transportation for overnight repair. Roadside
Service is also available to Cadillac customers
beyond the warranty period for a charge.
CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE – (1-800-458-8006)
In Canada, call 1-800-263-3777 (English) or
1-800-263-7854 (French).
Should you need to ask questions, make a
comment, or request additional information, the
exclusive Cadillac Customer Assistance Center is
staffed around the clock with professionals to
serve you.
When you call Cadillac Roadside Service or
Customer Assistance, if possible, please provide
the phone advisor with:
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Your telephone number
Your location
Your Cadillac’s location
A description of the problem
Vehicle ID number
Make and year of your Cadillac
Delivery date
Current mileage
This book contains the latest information
available to Cadillac at the time of this printing.
Cadillac reserves the right to make changes to
the product after that time without further
notice.
Seville is a registered trademark of Cadillac
Motor Car Division and General Motors
Corporation.
Copyright 2003 by Cadillac Motor Division.
All rights reserved.
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