Owner’s guide
GM5 & KENWOOD RADIO
RETAINs Steering Wheel Controls, onstarTM,
onstarTM bluetooth, XMTM SATELLITE and more!
PRODUCTS REQUIRED
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
PROGRAMMED FIRMWARE
• iDatalink Maestro RR Radio
Replacement Interface
• GM5 Installation Harness
• AVGM5 - Rear Seat Video
Retention Harness
• SPGM5 - Optional Speaker for
GM5 Vehicles
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
WELCOME
Congratulations on the purchase
of your iDatalink Maestro RR Radio
replacement solution. You are
now a few simple steps away from
enjoying your new car radio with
enhanced features.
This guide is a great addition to both
the vehicle owner’s guide and the
aftermarket radio owner’s guide.
We recommand having both these
documents handy as they cover all
the functionality that the Maestro
RR retains.
Please note that all the retained
functionalities must be initially
available in the vehicle.
USING YOUR STEERING WHEEL controls
Print Your Quick Reference Card
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Retaining Onstar
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USING YOUR FACTORY SYSTEMS
OnStar
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XM Satellite Radio
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Rear Seat Audio Controls
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Rear Seat Video System
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USING Maestro features
Gauges
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Parking Assist
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Vehicle Info
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CHANGING THE SETTINGS
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OEM Voice Volume
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Chime Volume
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Mute During Chime
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Turn Signal Reminder
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OnStar Turn-By-Turn Info Screen
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Vehicle Amplifier
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Rear Seat Audio Controls
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USING YOUR STEERING WHEEL CONTROLS
USING YOUR
STEERING WHEEL
controls (If equipped)
Your steering wheel buttons can be used to control your aftermarket Kenwood radio.
You can assign steering wheel buttons to Kenwood radio functions. Simply program your
Maestro RR module online using the Weblink updater and customize your buttons. Each
steering wheel button can control up to two radio features.
print your quick reference card
iDatalink
- Maestro
- Demo
RR - Main
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You
can print
a quick
reference
card showing your configuration on the Maestro website.
you had your product installed professionally, ask your installer to print this card for you.
button
press once
press and hold
Volume Up
Volume +
None
Volume Down
Volume -
None
Track Up / Preset Up
Seek +
Answer Call
Seek Up
Display Navigation
Screen
Band (FM,SAT)/Folder
+
Track Down / Preset
Down
Seek -
Hang Up/Reject Call
Source
Next Source
Previous Source
Mute / Voice
Mute On/Off
OnStar Voice Prompt
VEHICLE TRIM:
RADIO:
2011 Chevrolet Silverado Base
Kenwood DNN990HD
retaining onstar
When Maestro is programmed to retain OnStar, some of the steering wheel buttons will work
differently when OnStar is active. For steering wheel button operation when OnStar is active.
See table below:
Steering Wheel
Buttons
SRCE
SRCE
Press and Release
SRCE
OnStar Volume Up
Press and Hold
SRCE
Not available
SRCE
References
SRCE
Not available
PROG
OnStar Volume Down
Not available
Not available
PROG
PROG
OnStar functions
SRCE
OnStar functions
See vehicle owner’s guide
SRCE
SRCE
SRCE
OnStar functions
OnStar functions
See vehicle owner’s guide
OnStar functions
OnStar functions
PROG
See vehicle owner’s guide
PROG
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USING YOUR FACTORY SYSTEMS
USING YOUR
FACTORY
SYSTEMS
The following section explains how to access and operate the factory systems that have
been retained. Your vehicle must already be equipped with these systems.
onstar
For it to be functional, this feature must be retained during the Maestro RR online programming with the Weblink Updater. When OnStar is active and the Kenwood radio is on, a popup
screen will appear during the OnStar operation.
xm satellite radio
Press on XM Satellite Radio to listen to the
factory XM satellite radio tuner. This allows
you to use the tuner that’s already in your
vehicle, rather than installing an aftermarket tuner. Your vehicle must be equipped
with a tuner for it be retained by the Maestro
RR module.
Satellite Radio must be selected during the Maestro RR online programming with the Weblink Updater. An XM subscription is required to receive XM radio services. If your tuner
needs to be activated, tune to channel 0 to see your radio ESN which is required for an activation (as shown above).
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USING YOUR FACTORY SYSTEMS
USING YOUR
FACTORY
SYSTEMS (Continued)
REAR SEAT AUDIO CONTROLS
The Rear Seat Audio Controls can be used to control the Kenwood radio from the rear seat.
These are most often located on the back of the center console. The picture below is representative and your controls may vary slightly. These controls can be enabled and disabled
from the Maestro Settings menu as described later in this guide.
Rear Seat Audio
Control Buttons
Functions
Turns the RSA controls ON and OFF.
If they are ON, the the rear speakers are muted and the screen will say Radio Zone 2.
If they are OFF the rear speakers will play normally.
In either case, the other buttons will operate and send commands to Kenwood radio.
srce
Changes the source to the next source.
Sends a Track Up command to the radio.
The function that results is controlled by a setting in the Kenwood radio.
Sends a Track Down command to the radio.
The function that results is controlled by a setting in the Kenwood radio.
prog
Changes the FM or Satellite radio band.
REAR SEAT VIDEO SYSTEM
If your vehicle is equipped with the factory rear seat video system, it will be detected by the
Maestro RR module and it will operate. An optional harness, the AVGM5, is required to connect the Kenwood radio to the RSV system. This will provide connections for the video output
of the Kenwood radio to drive the factory screen and also provide connections to connect the
AUX A/V input to the A/V input of the Kenwood radio.
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USING maestro features
using maestro
features
Maestro features can be accessed in the My Car submenu. If an icon is not active (gray
color) then it is not available in your vehicle or it was disabled when the Maestro module
was programmed using Weblink. The options described here may not be available in your
vehicle.
How to get there:
gauges
Press on Gauges to view the gauges that are
selected. During the installation, the default
gauge choices will be displayed. Press on
the Settings button to select other gauges
and configure them. When the Maestro RR
module is installed, the vehicle is queried
and the gauges that can be supported are
enabled. When choosing a new gauge from
the list, the supported gauges will be displayed in white text and the non- supported gauges
will be displayed in gray text. If a gauge is displayed in gray text with a number next to it, the
gauge is supported and is already assigned to another gauge on the screen.
Some gauges have options that can be set. You will see these appear when you select a gauge
that has options. In order to use some of the fuel economy gauges, you will need to enter
your fuel tank capacity. This information can usually be found in your vehicle owner’s guide.
parking assist
Press on Parking Assist to see the visual
parking assist screen. This option will only
be available if your vehicle is equipped a
compatible factory parking sensor system.
The Settings button will allow you to set this
screen to automatically be displayed when
the vehicle is in reverse and to change the
units of length from feet to meters.
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using maestro
features (Continued)
How to get there:
vehicle info
Press on Vehicle Info to display information
about the vehicle such as tire pressure,
battery voltage and open entry points. If
your vehicle is equipped with a compatible
tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS),
the digital tire pressures will be displayed
for each tire. Should your check engine
light come on, the CHECK ENGINE button
will become active and you will be able to press this button to see the active trouble codes
and attempt to reset them. Press on Settings to configure the alerts that can be generated.
These alerts will cause the Vehicle Info screen to come up when certain conditions occurs.
NOTES:
The tire pressures rely on proper programming by the technician when tires are changed or rotated. If your tires have been rotated but not
reprogrammed, the tire locations on this screen may be incorrect.
The system will attempt to reset engine trouble codes when you press the Reset button However, this will not correct a persistent problem.
If the check engine light comes back on after a reset, the vehicle should be serviced by a qualified technician.
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CHANGING THE SETTINGS
Changing THE
SETTINGS
There are several programmable options that affect the way that the Maestro interface
works with your vehicle. Not all settings are described here. These additional settings
enable you to customize the features of the system. They can be accessed from this menu
or directly from the screen you want to customize by pressing the SETTINGS button on
that screen. In the following examples, the screens will say “Silverado”. Silverado will be
replaced by the model of your car in your system.
How to get there:
oem voice volume
To change the OEM Voice Volume press on
the screen arrows or press on the steering
wheel volume controls when your OnStar
system is active.
chime volume
To change the the Chime Volume press on
the screen arrows. You may want to make
the car chime during this adjustment so that
you can hear the volume level of the chime.
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CHANGING THE SETTINGS
Changing THE
SETTINGS (Continued)
To change the behavior of the vehicle’s
warning chime or information chime, press
on the Mute During Chime tab.
How to get there:
• Press ON and the audio source will be
muted in all speakers when chimes are
generated making only the chimes audible.
MUTE DURING CHIME
• Press OFF and the chimes will be audible in the left front speaker.
All The other speakers will continue to play the audio source.
NOTE: When listening to the factory installed XM Satellite Radio, the audio source will always be muted when chimes are generated.
TURN SIGNAL REMINDER
To change the behavior of the turn signal
reminder, press on the Turn Signal Reminder
tab.
• Press on CLICK IN SPEAKER and a
clicking sound will be audible in the left
front speaker. That sound will be blended to
the audio source. Some volume reduction
may be audible.
NOTE: When listening to the factory installed XM Satellite Radio, the clicking sound will not be audible. If the turn signal is left on, a warning
chime will be audible.
• Press on CHIME IF LEFT ON and no sound will be audible when you use turn signals, if
you leave them on and drive for a short distance, a chime will be audible and a message will
appear in the Driver Information Center.
ONSTAR TURN-BY-TURN
INFO SCREEN
To change the display time of the information
screen when the OnStar turn-by-turn navigation is active, press on the OnStar TurnBy-Turn Info Screen tab.
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Changing THE
SETTINGS (Continued)
How to get there:
vehicle amplifier
To adjust the settings of your factory
amplifier, press on Vehicle Amplifier. This
setting will only appear if your Maestro RR
module detects a compatible amplifier in
your vehicle. This feature must be retained
during the Maestro RR online programming
with the Weblink Updater.
To learn more about your Vehicle Amplifier
settings, see your vehicle Owner’s Guide.
rear seat audio controls
To enable or disable the rear seat audio
controls, press on the Rear Seat Audio
Controls tab. This setting will only appear if
your Maestro RR module detects compatible rear seat audio controls in your vehicle.
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