Cadillac | 2006 STS-V | Navigation Audio System

2006 Cadillac STS 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 ...........................................
Voice Recognition
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M
Vehicle Customization ..................................... 5-1
Vehicle Customization ................................. 5-2
Phone ............................................................ 6-1
Phone
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Index ................................................................ 1
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Index of your vehicle’s owner manual.
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2005 General Motors Corporation. All Rights Reserved.
Section 1
Overview .........................................................1-2
Navigation System Overview ............................1-2
Overview
Getting Started ...............................................1-4
Cleaning the Display .....................................1-12
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Overview
Navigation System Overview
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A. Audio Status Line
B. Audio Source Screen Button. See Navigation Audio
System on page 3-2 for more information.
C. North Up/Heading Up Symbol. See Symbols on
page 2-6 for more information.
D. No GPS Symbol. See Symbols on page 2-6 for more
information.
E. Navigation Menu Symbol. See Navigation Menu on
page 2-16 for more information.
F. Map Scales. See “Map Scales” under Maps on
page 2-4 for more information.
G. Guidance Window Symbol. See Symbols on
page 2-6 for more information.
Z (Map DVD Eject) Key. See “Hard Keys” under
Using the Navigation System on page 2-2 for more
information.
I. Map DVD Loading Slot.
H.
J.
M (CD/DVD Changer Loading) Key. See Six-Disc
CD/DVD Changer on page 3-11 for more information.
Z (CD/DVD Changer Eject) Key. See Six-Disc
CD/DVD Changer on page 3-11 for more information.
L. CD/DVD Changer Loading Slot.
K.
M.
On (Power/Volume) Knob. See “Hard Keys”
under Using the Navigation System on page 2-2 for
more information.
N.
¦m ¥ (Navigation Screen Tilt) Key (in/out).
See “Hard Keys” under Using the Navigation
System on page 2-2 for more information.
Clock. See “Clock” under Configure Menu on
page 2-52 for more information.
Memory Point Symbol. See Symbols on page 2-6 for
more information.
POI Symbol (Point of Interest). See Symbols on
page 2-6 for more information.
BAND Key. See Navigation Audio System on
page 3-2 for more information.
AUX (Auxiliary) Key. See “Hard Keys” under Using
the Navigation System on page 2-2 for more
information.
O.
P.
Q.
R.
S.
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T. ROUTE Key. See Destination on page 2-37 for more
information.
U.
) (Map) Key. See “Hard Keys” under Using the
Navigation System on page 2-2 for more information.
w (Tune) Knob. See Navigation Audio System
on page 3-2 for more information.
W. SRCE (Source) Key. See Navigation Audio System
on page 3-2 for more information.
V.
e (Audio) Key. See Navigation Audio System on
page 3-2 for more information.
Y. CONFIG Key. See Configure Menu on page 2-52 for
more information.
X.
Z.
k (Navigation Voice Prompt Repeat) Key. See
“Hard Keys” under Using the Navigation System on
page 2-2 for more information.
AA.
¦t u ¥ (Seek/Scan) Key. See Navigation
Audio System on page 3-2 for more information.
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.
{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.
{CAUTION:
The navigation system allows you to do the following:
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.
• Plan a route with provided turn-by-turn route
and map guidance with voice prompts.
• Select a destination using various methods
and choices.
• Receive broadcast announcements on traffic and
emergency alert communications.
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.
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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, see “Screen
Appearance” under Configure Menu on page 2-52.
• To adjust the clock and other time options, see
“Clock” under Configure Menu on page 2-52.
• To plan a route, see Destination on page 2-37.
• To adjust the volume of voice guidance prompts or
voice recognition, see “Navigation Set Up” under
Configure Menu on page 2-52.
Each time you start your vehicle and turn on the
navigation system by touching the map hard key, you will
see this screen. You can touch I agree to proceed into the
system, or the globe symbol in the lower left corner of the
screen to change the language of the system. For more
information on changing the language, see
Personalization on page 5-2.
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Setting Radio Station Presets
Setting the Time
To set preset radio stations, do the following:
To set the time, do the following:
1. Press the power/volume knob to turn the system on.
1. Press the power/volume knob to turn the system on.
2. Press the BAND hard key.
2. Press the CONFIG hard key.
3. Select the desired band (AM, FM1, FM2, XM1, or
XM2 (if equipped)).
3. Press the
4. Seek, scan, or tune to the desired stations using
the seek and scan hard key arrows or the
tuning knob.
5. Press and hold one of the six preset screen buttons,
at the bottom of the screen, until you hear a beep or
see the station displayed on the selected preset
button.
6. Repeat the steps for each preset.
See “Preset Stations” under Navigation Audio System
on page 3-2 for more information.
H (clock) screen button.
4. Select the 12hour or 24hour screen button to
display the time in standard or military time.
5. Select the AM or PM screen buttons.
6. Select the appropriate time zone screen button.
7. Select the Daylight Saving Time screen button,
if necessary.
8. Press and hold the hour and minute arrow buttons to
increase or to decrease the time or press the GPS
TIME screen button to reset radio time to GPS time.
The radio will use the GPS satellite to set the time. The
vehicle needs to be in an open area to receive the signal.
See “Clock” under Configure Menu on page 2-52 for
more information.
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Setting the Region, Entering an
Address and Point of Interest, and
Storing a Home Destination and Preset
Destinations
Entering an Address
To set a destination by entering a street address, do the
following:
1. Press the power/volume knob to turn the system on.
Before entering an Address, Point of Interest, Home, or
Preset Destination, select the appropriate region that
contains the final destination. Your vehicle must be
stopped to perform this operation.
2. Insert the DVD map disc. See “Installing the Map
DVD” under Maps on page 2-4 for more information.
A notice may appear. Touch the I agree screen
button to proceed.
Setting the Region
3. Press the ROUTE hard key. Verify that the selected
Region is correct.
To set the region, do the following:
1. Press the power/volume knob to turn the system on.
2. Insert the DVD map disc. See “Installing the Map
DVD” under Maps on page 2-4 for more information.
A notice may appear. Touch the I agree screen
button to proceed.
3. Press the ROUTE hard key.
4. Press the Region screen button.
5. Select the appropriate region numbered screen
button that contains your final destination.
The system will return to the DESTINATION ENTRY
screen. See “Region” under Destination on page 2-37
for more information.
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4. Press the
C Address screen button.
5. Enter the street name using the alpha keypad on
the screen.
Do not enter directional information or street type,
and use the space symbol screen button (U)
between street or city names. For example, the
street name N. Royal Oak Rd. should be entered as
royalUoak. Use the backspace (V) screen
button if an incorrect character has been entered.
6. Select the desired street name with the correct
designation (Dr., Ln., St., etc.) from the list.
7. If there is more than one city, the system will
display the list of cities that have a street with
that name. Select a city from the list.
8. Enter the house number using the numeric keypad
on the screen and touch the OK screen button.
A map screen will appear with the destination
marked.
9. Select the
h (destination) symbol screen button.
10. Select the Guide screen button.
11. Once you begin driving you will hear an audio
prompt to “Proceed to the highlighted route.”
You are now in route guidance mode.
See “Address” under Destination on page 2-37 for more
information.
Entering a Point of Interest (POI)
To set a destination by entering a Point of Interest (POI),
do the following:
4. Press the
i (POI) screen button.
5. Enter the specific title of the POI in the name space
(i.e. Washington Monument) using the alpha keypad
on the screen.
6. Select the POI from the list.
7. If there is more than one city, the system will
display the list of cities that have a street with
that name. Select a city from the list or select the
Input Name screen button to input the city name.
A map screen will appear with the destination
marked.
8. Select the
h (destination) symbol screen button.
9. Select the Guide screen button.
1. Press the power/volume knob to turn the system on.
10. Once you begin driving you will hear an audio
prompt to “Proceed to the highlighted route.”
You are now in route guidance mode.
2. Insert the DVD map disc. See “Installing the Map
DVD” under Maps on page 2-4 for more information.
A notice may appear. Touch the I agree screen
button to proceed.
Using the Category or City selections will aid the system
in finding your POI by limiting the search options. See
“Point of Interest (POI)” under Destination on page 2-37
for more information.
3. Press the ROUTE hard key. Verify that the selected
Region is correct.
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Storing a Home Destination
Storing a Preset Destination
1. Press the power/volume knob to turn the system on.
1. Press the power/volume knob to turn the system on.
2. Insert the DVD map disc. See “Installing the Map
DVD” under Maps on page 2-4 for more information.
A notice may appear. Touch the I agree screen
button to proceed.
2. Insert the DVD map disc. See “Installing the Map
DVD” under Maps on page 2-4 for more information.
A notice may appear. Touch the I agree screen
button to proceed.
3. Press the
) (map) hard key.
4. Press the Menu screen button from the map screen.
N Memory Points screen button.
Press the L Home screen button.
3. Press the
4. Press the Menu screen button from the map screen.
N Memory Points screen button.
Press the A Preset Dests. screen button.
5. Press the
5. Press the
6.
6.
7. Press the Add screen button.
8. Press the Address screen button and enter all
address information.
9. Press the OK screen button.
The L Home icon will be highlighted on the
DESTINATION ENTRY screen. See “Using Your
Home or Preset Destinations” later in this section
for more information.
See “Memory Points” under Navigation Menu on
page 2-16 for more information.
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) (map) hard key.
7. Press the Add screen button and select the
numbered preset row to store the destination as.
8. Press the Address screen button and enter all
address information.
9. Press the OK screen button.
The numbered preset destination will be highlighted
on the DESTINATION ENTRY screen. See “Using
Your Home or Preset Destinations” later in this
section for more information.
See “Memory Points” under Navigation Menu on
page 2-16 for more information.
Using Your Home or Preset
Destinations
These destinations are available for selection while
driving.
Canceling Guidance
Guidance will be canceled once you arrive at your final
destination. To cancel guidance prior to arrival at the
final destination, do the following:
) (map) hard key.
1. Press the power/volume knob to turn the system on.
1. Press the
2. Insert the DVD map disc. See “Installing the Map
DVD” under Maps on page 2-4 for more information.
A notice may appear. Touch the I agree screen
button to proceed.
2. Press the Menu screen button from the map
screen.
3. Press the ROUTE hard key. Verify that the selected
Region is correct.
3. Press the
E Change Route screen button.
4. Press the Cancel Guidance screen button.
5. Press the Yes screen button to confirm cancellation.
4. Select the L(Home symbol) or one of the available
preset destination symbols. A map screen will
appear with the destination marked.
5. Select the
h (destination) symbol screen button.
6. Select the Guide screen button.
7. Once you begin driving you will hear an audio
prompt to “Proceed to the highlighted route.”
You are now in route guidance mode.
See “Preset Destination” or “Home” under
Destination on page 2-37 for more information.
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Guidance Volume
Cleaning the Display
To adjust the volume of voice guidance prompts, do the
following:
If the panel or the display is stained, wipe it with a dry,
soft cloth, such as a silicon cloth.
1. Press the CONFIG hard key.
3 (navigation set up) screen button.
Press the > Volume screen button.
2. Press the
3.
4. Select the desired volume or select Off. The system
will play back the new volume level.
See “Volume” under Configure Menu on page 2-57 for
more information.
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Notice: If you use abrasive cleaners when cleaning
glass surfaces, you could scratch the glass. When
cleaning the glass, use only a soft cloth and do not
spray cleaner directly on the system.
Do not apply spray cleaner directly to the system,
the cleaner could affect the mechanical parts.
Do not wipe the panel with a hard cloth or use a volatile
liquid such as thinner or alcohol, it could scratch the
surface or erase the characters.
Section 2
Features and Controls
Features and Controls ......................................2-2
Using the Navigation System ...........................2-2
Maps ............................................................2-4
Symbols ........................................................2-6
Navigation Menu ...........................................2-16
Destination ..................................................2-37
Keyless Access System .................................2-55
OnStar® System ...........................................2-55
Configure Menu ............................................2-57
Global Positioning System (GPS) ....................2-67
Vehicle Positioning ........................................2-68
Problems with Route Guidance .......................2-69
If the System Needs Service ..........................2-70
Ordering Map DVDs ......................................2-70
Database Coverage Explanations ....................2-70
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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 hard keys located on the navigation system
along with the available touch screen buttons on the
navigation screen to operate the system. See Navigation
System Overview on page 1-2 for more information.
Once the vehicle is moving, various functions will be
disabled to reduce driver distractions.
Hard Keys
The following hard keys are located on the navigation
system:
Z (Map DVD Eject):
Press the eject key located
next to the map DVD loading slot to eject the map DVD.
The map DVD slot is the slot directly below the display
screen.
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M (Load): Press the CD/DVD changer loading key to
go to the loading screen and begin loading DVDs or
CDs. See Six-Disc CD/DVD Changer on page 3-12 for
more information.
Z (CD/DVD Eject):
Press the eject key next to the
CD/DVD changer loading slot to begin ejecting DVDs or
CDs. See Six-Disc CD/DVD Changer on page 3-12
for more information.
On (Power/Volume):
Press the power/volume knob
to turn the audio system on and off. Turn the knob to
increase or decrease the volume to the audio system.
ymz (Tilt): Press the up arrow on the tilt key to tilt
the navigation screen forward. Press the down arrow
on the tilt key to tilt the screen rearward. There are three
tilt positions to choose from.
BAND: Press the BAND key to access the audio
source screen. The press the BAND key to toggle
among the bands available, FM, AM, XM (if equipped),
and WX (weather). See Navigation Audio System on
page 3-2.
SRCE (Source): Press the source key to switch
between the audio sources. Pressing this key will switch
between the radio and the CD/DVD player. See
Navigation Audio System on page 3-2.
AUX (Auxiliary): Press the AUX key to access screens
from which you will operate Bluetooth®, OnStar®, or
control video input. See Bluetooth® Phone on page 6-2,
OnStar® System on page 2-55, and Auxiliary Devices
on page 3-25 for more information.
e (Audio):
Press the audio key to access the Audio
Adjust screen, to adjust bass, midrange, fade, balance,
and DSP (Digital Signal Processing) settings. See
Navigation Audio System on page 3-2.
ROUTE: Press the ROUTE key to access the
Destination Entry screen or the search area and begin
planning a destination. See Destination on page 2-37.
CONFIG (Configure): Press the CONFIG key to access
the SETTING Function screen. See Configure Menu
on page 2-57.
) (Map):
screen.
Press the map key to access the map
k (Navigation Repeat): Press the navigation repeat
key to repeat the last voice guidance prompt, while
on a planned route.
y©¨z (Seek/Scan): Press the seek/scan arrows
to go to the next or previous radio station, or press
and hold to scan stations. See Navigation Audio System
on page 3-2.
w (Tune) Knob: Turn the tune knob to change
frequencies. See Navigation Audio System on page 3-2.
Alpha-Numeric Keypad
Letters of the alphabet, symbols, punctuation, and
numbers will be displayed on the navigation screen as
an alpha or numeric keypad. The alpha keypad will
be displayed when the system needs input of a city or
street name.
All characters are touch-sensitive screen buttons.
Touch a character to select it.
Sym. (Symbol): Touch this screen button to access
the numeric keypad, punctuation marks, and other
characters. There are two pages available. Use the
right and left arrow screen buttons to view the pages.
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A - Z (Alphabet): Touch this screen button to display to
the alpha keypad.
Touch-Sensitive Screen Buttons
Others: Touch this screen button to display special
characters. There are two pages of characters available.
Use the right and left arrow screen buttons to view the
pages.
Touch-sensitive screen buttons are located on the
screen. When a screen button has been selected, a beep
will sound. These buttons will be highlighted when a
feature is available. There are also some toggle screen
buttons that will be light blue when active and dark blue
when inactive.
U (Space):
Touch this screen button to enter a
space between characters or the words of a name.
V (Back space): Touch this screen button if
an incorrect character has been selected.
Maps
This section includes basic information about the map
database.
To make name selections easier, the system will only
allow you to select a character which can follow the last
one entered. For example, if a Z is entered, a T will
not be available to select. The system will highlight the
available characters.
Regional Maps
If a name is not available after input, it may need to be
inputted differently, the map DVD database may not
contain that information, or the correct search area has
not been selected. See Database Coverage
Explanations on page 2-70 for more information.
If a regional map does not contain a specific city, the
map DVD may not contain the city or it may be
misspelled.
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The maps are stored on a DVD. The 48 contiguous
United States and portions of Canada are contained on
one disc.
Refer to the Navigation System Map Disc manual to view
a detailed explanation of map coverage and detailed city
lists in each region. This manual will be in the map DVD
case when the vehicle is delivered from the factory.
Installing the Map DVD
Setting the Search Area
When your vehicle is delivered from the factory, the
dealer may have installed the map DVD. If the map DVD
was not installed, use the following directions to load
the map DVD:
See Destination on page 2-37 for information on
changing the search area.
Read the following steps completely before operating
this feature.
You can adjust the scale of view on the map. As you
drive, the map will scroll automatically based on
the direction you are traveling.
1. Turn the ignition on.
2. Load the map DVD into the slot, located just below
the navigation system screen, by inserting it
partially until the system pulls it in.
Once the map DVD is inserted correctly, you will have
the following two choices:
Map Adjustments
Map Scales
To view a larger or smaller
scale of the map, touch
the map scale arrows.
I agree: Touch this screen button to proceed to the
navigation system.
^ (Language):
Touch this screen button to change
the language of the navigation system, Driver
Information Center (DIC), Head-Up Display (HUD), etc.
See “Language” under Personalization on page 5-2
for more information.
Once a language has been selected, touch I agree to
enter the navigation system. The map will appear
showing your current vehicle position.
Change the level of map detail by either zooming in or
zooming out using the arrow screen buttons or by
touching the scale on the bar. The system will adjust
the map accordingly. The scale of a map can range from
1/32 of a mile (50 m) to 128 miles (256 km).
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Scrolling the Map
Touch anywhere on the
map screen twice and the
scroll symbol will appear.
Use this feature to
scroll across the map.
Hold your finger in any direction outside of the scroll
symbol and the map will continue to scroll in that
direction until you remove your finger from the map
screen.
Use the scroll feature on the map to set a destination.
See “Map” under Destination on page 2-37 for more
information.
Symbols
The following symbols are the most common symbols
that will 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.
If scrolling while your vehicle is in PARK (P), the system
will scroll initially at a slower rate. It will increase if
you continue touching the map screen.
If scrolling while your vehicle is in motion, you have one
scroll speed and a limited distance to scroll. Keep
touching the map screen to scroll for a longer distance.
If the scroll feature is used to scroll the map and
your vehicle icon becomes lost, press the map hard key
to return to the current vehicle location on the map.
When scrolling on the map, the system will display the
address of the scroll symbol location and the distance
from your vehicle’s current position to the scroll symbol
location.
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The destination symbol will
appear on the map after a
route has been planned
marking your final
destination.
The waypoint symbol will
be displayed on the map
after a waypoint has
been added to your route.
The waypoint symbol will be numbered from one
through five depending on how many waypoints have
been set.
The distance to destination
symbol indicates the
distance to your final
destination. It only appears
when time is not available
or when you are scrolling
on the map.
The distance and time to
destination symbol
indicates the distance and
the estimated time
remaining to your final
destination or arrival time,
depending on the option
selected. See Configure
Menu on page 2-57.
The straight line to
distance symbol shows the
straight-line distance to
your destination.
This symbol will appear before you start driving on
the route or if you are on a road where navigation
guidance cannot be given.
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The north up symbol
indicates the map with
North Up, known as
North Up mode.
While in North Up mode, the vehicle icon will follow the
north direction on the map regardless of which direction
the vehicle is traveling. Select this screen symbol to
switch between North Up and Heading Up modes.
The heading up symbol
indicates the map with
the vehicle travel
direction up, known as
HeadingUp mode.
The shaded triangle indicates the North direction.
While in Heading Up mode, the direction your vehicle is
traveling will always be at the top of the map screen.
The vehicle icon will always be headed in the direction
your vehicle is traveling. Select this screen symbol
to switch between Heading Up and North Up modes.
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The No GPS symbol will
appear, in the upper right
corner of the map screen,
when your vehicle is
not receiving a Global
Positioning System (GPS)
satellite signal.
See Global Positioning System (GPS) on page 2-67.
When a name is too long to
be displayed, an arrow
symbol will appear. Select
the right or left arrow
screen button to scroll
through the entire name.
This symbol indicates the
position of the next
guidance maneuver.
The following symbols can also be found on a map
screen:
Select the waypoint symbol
to enter a waypoint along
the current route. This
allows you to have more
than one destination
planned at a time.
Touch anywhere on the
map to display the Point of
Interest (POI) screen
button on the bottom right
corner of the map screen.
Touch anywhere on the
map to display this button.
Select the memory
point symbol to store the
location on the screen
as a memory point.
The system will automatically store the memory point in
the Marked Point folder/category.
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Select the POI screen button to display the following
screen:
To display the POI type on the map, select the POI or
select the Show screen button.
Select one of the categories to display or to delete the
POI icons from the map. If the POI icons are currently
displayed on the map, the icons will be deleted from the
map and vice versa.
Show: Select this screen button to update the map
screen and the list, once a category has been selected.
POI Off: Select this button to remove all of the POI
icons from the map.
List Categories: Select this screen button to display
more POI categories that are not part of the POI
categories listed. The following screen will be displayed
after List Categories has been selected. Then, select
the category and sub-category from the list.
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Delete: To delete a category, do one of the following:
• To delete the last added POI category, select
the Delete screen button.
• To delete a specific POI category:
1. Select the category.
2. Select the subcategory that was added.
All Local POI’s: Select this screen button to display
the list of available POIs. This list is based on the added
POI categories. The list will contain the POIs within a
20 mile (32 km) area from the current position of
your vehicle. The list provides the POI icon, the name,
the direction, and the distance to the POI from your
vehicles current position. Use the scroll symbols to move
up and down the list. Use the Sort by DIST. (distance),
Icon, Name, and Route as desired.
Select the back screen
button to return to the
previous page.
Select the cancel screen
button to return to the first
menu of the selected
option.
Once a POI icon has been selected, the scroll symbol
will appear around the POI icon on the map and
the name of the POI will appear on the display. Select
the Info screen button to display more available
information about the specific point.
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Single Map Mode
Guidance Windows
Select the guidance
window symbol, from the
map, to display the
guidance window options.
Select from one of the following six options that allow you
different views and information of the map screen.
Availability of these options depends on the current route.
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Select the map view
symbol to display more of
the map with a window
that gives the direction and
distance to the upcoming
maneuver.
Dual Map Mode
Turn List Mode
Select the dual view symbol
to display two map screens
that will allow different
scale levels and heading
directions for each.
Touch anywhere inside the right map to change the
scale level, 2D and 3D view, and to turn the POIs
on and off. To change the heading direction in the right
map, touch the north up or heading up symbol.
Select the turn list symbol
to display the next three
upcoming maneuvers.
Directional arrows, street name, and distance to the
next turn will be displayed. As you approach the
next turn, the system will automatically display a
zoomed-in view of the upcoming maneuver.
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Next Turn Mode
Guidance Screen Mode
Select the arrow guidance
symbol to display the
next turn.
A directional arrow, the street name, and the distance to
the next turn will be displayed. As you approach the
next turn, the system will automatically display a
zoomed-in view of the upcoming maneuver.
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Select the next maneuver
symbol to display only the
next maneuver.
When approaching the next maneuver, the navigation
system will automatically display this guidance window.
Freeway Mode
Select the highway
guidance symbol to display
the upcoming exit
number, distance to the
exit, available POIs at the
exit, and a window with
direction and distance
to the next maneuver.
Use the up and down arrows to scroll through the
displayed list. To view the available POIs for an exit,
select the exit, then select the Map screen button.
The navigation system will display highway guidance
any time you have a route on a highway or freeway or
you can select the symbol. To turn this feature off,
see “Navigation Set Up” under Configure Menu
on page 2-57.
Auto Reroute
When your destination is set and you are off the
planned route, the system will automatically plan a
new route and begin to reroute. You will see the new
route highlighted on the screen.
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Traveling Across Regions
Navigation Menu
If you plan to drive across many states, you may have
to change the region selected as you travel to your
destination. To do so, do one of the following:
Select the Menu screen button, from the map screen, to
access the NAV. (Navigation) MENU.
• Change the selected region in the search area as
you get closer to your destination. See Destination
on page 2-37.
• Change the selected region in the search area
when entering your destination and route settings.
See Destination on page 2-37.
For example, if you were traveling from Michigan to
Florida, change the region currently selected in
the search area to Florida. Enter a destination in
Florida under the DESTINATION ENTRY menu.
From the NAV. MENU, select Change Route or
Memory Points.
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Change Route
Select Change Route to access the ROUTE OPTIONS
menu. The availability of these screens depends on
if a route is planned or if you are driving a route. You
can perform the following functions from this menu:
H
Search Condition
Select this screen button from the ROUTE OPTIONS
screen to access the SEARCH CONDITION screen.
The search condition screen allows you to view your
current destination and to change the planning methods
between each destination. Each distance between
waypoints and final destination can have an individual
setting.
y /z (Scroll Arrows): Use the up and down arrows
to scroll through your route.
Quick/Normal/Short: Select one of the route
preference options to change the planning method.
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Calculate: After selecting the new methods, select
Calculate to plan the route with the changes. The map
screen will display.
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F
Route Pref. (Route Preferences)
Select this screen button from the ROUTE OPTIONS
screen to access the ROUTE PREFERENCES screen.
Detour
Select this screen button from the ROUTE OPTIONS
screen to access the DETOUR screen.
From this screen, choose to detour 1 mile, 3 miles, or
5 miles around the current route. You can detour
the whole route if necessary. This option is only
available while you are driving on a planned route.
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Touch any of the following options to turn them on and
off. The system will use the selected settings to plan
the route. The selected route preference settings
will appear when planning a route.
c (Allow Major Roads): This feature allows the
system to use major roads when calculating a route.
l (Allow Time Restricted Road): This feature allows
the system to use time restricted roads when calculating
a route.
W (Allow Toll Road): This feature allows the system
to use toll roads when calculating a route.
b (Allow Ferry):
This feature allows the system to
use ferries when calculating a route.
Calculate/ W (Back): Select either screen button to
calculate the route if a destination has been inputted.
o Dest. & Way Pt. (Destination and Way Point)
Select this screen button from the ROUTE OPTIONS
screen to access the DEST. & WAY POINT screen.
Use this screen to plan a destination with way points.
Five way points and one destination can be entered.
See Dest. & Way Pt. under “Memory Points” later in
this section for more information on how to add, edit,
and delete.
Add: Select this button to add a waypoint or to change
the destination.
Edit: Select this button to change the order of the stops
in the route and to change the location of the stops.
Delete/Del. All: These buttons allow you to delete
waypoints on the route or to delete the entire route.
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Display route
Select this screen button from the ROUTE OPTIONS
screen to view the entire planned route on the map
screen.
Turn List: Select this screen button to view or to edit
the list of upcoming maneuvers for the entire route. A list
of every turn on the route will display. With the turn
list displayed, you can select to avoid streets/turns on
the route.
y / z (Scroll Arrows): Select the up and down
arrow screen buttons to scroll through the list of
maneuvers.
Avoid: To avoid a street, select the Avoid screen
button next to the turn. To cancel the avoided turn,
select Avoid again to deselect it.
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Reroute/ W (Back): Select either screen button to
calculate the route based on the selected avoided
maneuvers.
Delete: Press this screen button to cancel an avoided
turn after the route has been replanned. A list of all
of the avoided turns will display. Select the street that
you want to add back to the route. A confirmation
window will display. Select Yes to have the avoided
street added back to the route. The Turn List screen will
display.
Del. All (Delete All): Press this button to cancel all of
the avoided turns after the route has been replanned.
A list of all of the avoided turns will display. Select
the Del. All screen button. A confirmation window will
display. Select Yes to have all of the avoided streets
added back to the route. The Turn List screen will
display.
G
Route Preview
Select this screen button from the ROUTE OPTIONS
screen to access the route preview screen.
From this screen, you can preview the entire route in
either direction, as well as edit the route.
Use the screen buttons at the bottom of the screen to
move forward or backward through the route.
bs (Skip to Start): Select this screen button to skip
to the starting position, previous way point, or previous
POI depending on the mode selected.
bS / b { (Scroll to Start): Select this screen
button to scroll to the starting position, previous way
point, or previous POI depending on the mode selected.
This button will toggle between slow and fast speed.
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j (Pause): Select this screen button to pause the
route preview.
Th / | h (Scroll to Destination):
Select this
screen button to scroll to the destination, next way point,
or next POI depending on the mode selected. This
button will toggle between slow and fast speed.
th (Skip to Destination): Select this screen button
to skip to the destination, next way point, or next
POI depending on the mode selected.
Info (Information): When the skip/scroll functions are
used and the cursor stops at a POI, this screen
button will appear. Press this screen button to provide
information regarding the POI; name, address, city,
and phone number.
Edit: Select this screen button to change the way the
skip/scroll functions operate. You can select to have the
skip/scroll go to the start point/destination or to the
next available POI or waypoint.
To next Dest. (destination) and WP (waypoint):
Selecting tis option will cause the skip/scroll function to
skip/scroll to the next destination or waypoint.
To next POI: To make this button available, a POI
category must be selected. Select this option to
skip/scroll to the next available POI, on the route, for
the chosen category.
Delete: Select this screen button to delete the selected
POI category.
Category Selection: Select one of the categories from
the list to add or replace the current POI category.
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Calculate
Select this screen button, from the ROUTE OPTIONS
screen, to calculate your route, after any changes
have been made.
Cancel Guidance
Select this screen button to cancel the current set
destination. A confirmation window will display. Select
Yes to cancel the destination; select No to continue
on the current route.
Memory Points
Selecting Memory Points from the NAV. MENU will take
you to the STORED LOCATIONS screen. From the
STORED LOCATIONS screen, you can access
the following options:
N Memory Points
Select this screen button from the STORED LOCATIONS
screen to access the MEMORY POINTS screen.
This feature allows you the ability to store memory
points. Storing memory points makes these points easily
available to set as a destination. See “Memory Points”
under Destination on page 2-37 for more information.
You can store memory points in the four different
categories listed. Once in a folder/category you can
store a point, edit a point, delete a point, delete
all points, or edit a category name. You can store up to
60 memory points for each driver.
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5. If available, touch the INFO button to view the
address information of the selected point.
6. Touch OK to store the point as a memory point.
To edit the name of a stored point:
1. Select the Memory Points screen button from the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select one of the folders/categories listed.
3. Select the Edit screen button.
To store a point:
1. Select the Memory Points screen button from the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select one of the folders/categories listed.
3. Select Add.
4. Select the desired method of entering a destination
to enter the memory point. See Destination on
page 2-37 for more information. A map screen will
appear displaying the selected memory point
location.
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4. Select the memory point from the list.
Use the Dist. (distance), Icon, Name, and Date
screen buttons to change the sort methods.
To move the memory point from one folder/category
to another:
1. Select the Memory Points screen button from the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the folder/category the memory point is
stored in.
3. Select the Edit screen button.
4. Select the memory point that you wish to edit.
5. Select the Category screen button.
5. Select the Name screen button.
6. Use the backspace screen button to delete the
current name or use the alpha keypad to make
changes.
7. Select the OK screen button to store the change.
You can choose whether or not to have the name
show on the map screen, next to the POI icon,
by selecting the Show Name On or Off screen
buttons.
6. Select the new folder/category button you want to
move the memory point to.
The system will display a message confirming
the move.
To store the point as a nametag:
1. Select the Memory Points screen button from the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the folder/category the memory point is
stored in.
3. Select the Edit screen button.
4. Select the memory point that you wish to edit.
5. Select the Add Nametag screen button.
6. The system will say “Name please.” State what you
would like to call the memory point.
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7. The system will play back what was recorded and
then will ask you to confirm the nametag. State
“Yes“ to confirm the nametag; state “No” to cancel
the nametag and to try again.
You can choose whether or not to have the name show
on the map screen, next to the POI icon, by selecting
the Show Name On or Off screen buttons.
Del Nametag (Delete): Once a nametag has been
added, the Add Nametag screen button will change to
Del Nametag.
To delete a nametag, press the Del Nametag screen
button. The nametag will be automatically deleted from
that memory point.
To modify the position of the stored point:
1. Select the Memory Points screen button from the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the folder/category the memory point is
stored in.
3. Select the Edit screen button.
4. Select the memory point from the list.
5. Select the Position screen button.
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6. The system will display the map screen with the
destination marked. Touch the position on the
map to move the memory point to that location.
7. Select the OK screen button when the memory
point has been moved to the appropriate location.
8. The system will return to the EDIT MEMORY POINT
screen and will now display the new address,
longitude, and latitude for the memory point.
To change the icon associated with a memory point:
1. Select the Memory Points screen button from
the STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the folder/category the memory point is
stored in.
3. Select the Edit screen button.
4. Select the memory point from the list.
5. Select the Icon screen button.
6. Select the desired icon. There are two pages of
icons and a page of icons that have sounds
associated with them.
7. The new icon will be displayed in the EDIT
MEMORY POINT screen, next to the Icon screen
button on the map.
To change the phone number of a memory point:
1. Select the Memory Points screen button from the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
4. Select the memory point from the list. Use the sort
feature to sort by distance, icon, name, or date as
needed.
2. Select the folder/category the memory point is
stored in.
3. Select the Edit screen button.
4. Select the memory point from the list.
5. Select the Tel. (telephone) screen button.
6. Use the numeric keypad to change the phone
number.
7. Select the OK screen button to store the changed
phone number.
To delete a memory point:
1. Select the Memory Points screen button from the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the folder/category the memory point is
stored in.
3. Select the Delete screen button.
5. The system will show the map screen with the
position address and a pop-up confirmation
message. Select Yes to delete the point; select No
to not delete the point and to return to the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
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To delete all of the memory points in a folder/category:
1. Select the Memory Points screen button from
the STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the folder/category the memory points are
stored in.
3 Avoid Area
This feature allows you to store or delete an area to be
avoided, while on a planned route. Up to 10 points
can be stored.
3. Select the Del.All screen button.
4. The system will display a pop-up confirmation
message. Select Yes to delete all the points in
the folder/category; select No to not delete
the points and to return to the DELETE POINTS
screen.
To change the name of the folder/category:
1. Select the Memory Points screen button from the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the folder/category you want to change the
name of.
3. Select the Edit Category screen button.
4. Use the q (backspace) screen button to delete the
displayed name.
5. Use the alpha keypad to input the name of the
folder/category.
6. Select the OK screen button to save your changes.
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To store a point to be avoided:
1. Select the Avoid Area screen button from the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the Add screen button.
3. Select the desired method of entering a destination
to enter the area to be avoided. See Destination on
page 2-37 for more information. A map screen
will appear displaying the selected location.
4. If desired, reduce or enlarge the area around the
point you want to avoid by using the reduce or
enlarge keys.
When avoiding locations on freeways, reduce the
avoid area to the minimum scale. This will produce
an X on the map, rather than a box. This will
ensure that the system knows to avoid the freeway
itself, not the area around the freeway.
5. Select the OK screen button to store the area.
To edit the name of the point to be avoided:
1. Select the Avoid Area screen button from the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the Edit screen button.
3. Select the point to be changed from the list.
4. Select the Name screen button.
5. Use the alpha keypad to add or to change
the name.
6. Select the OK screen button to save your changes.
You can choose whether or not to have the name
show on the map screen, next to the avoided
area, by selecting the Show Name On or Off screen
buttons.
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To edit the position of the point to be avoided:
To delete all of the points to be avoided:
1. Select the Avoid Area screen button from the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
1. Select the Avoid Area screen button from the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the Edit screen button.
2. Select the Del.All screen button.
3. Select the point to be changed from the list.
3. The system will display a pop-up confirmation
message. Select Yes to have all of the points
deleted; select No to not delete the points and to
return to the AVOID AREA screen.
4. Select the Position screen button.
5. Select the map to move the location.
6. If desired, reduce or enlarge the area around the
point you want to avoid by using the reduce or
enlarge keys.
7. Select the OK screen button to store the area.
To delete a point to be avoided:
1. Select the Avoid Area screen button from the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the Delete screen button.
3. Select the point you want to delete. Use the
scrolling arrows as needed.
4. The system will display the map screen with the
name of the point and a pop-up confirmation
message. Select Yes to have the point deleted;
select No to not delete the point.
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$ Dest. & Way Pt. (Destination and Way Point)
This feature allows you to store, up to five way points,
to the current route.
From this screen you can add, edit, or delete way points
to your route.
To add a way point:
1. Select the Dest. & Way Pt. screen button from the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the Add screen button.
3. Using the desired method of entering a destination,
enter the way point. See Destination on page 2-37
for more information.
A map screen will appear with the way point
marked.
4. Select the o (Way point) symbol on the map
screen to save the way point.
5. Repeat Steps 1 - 4 to add up to five way points to
your route. For the second through the fifth way
points, the system will display the ADD WAYPOINT
screen.
6. Select the Add screen button, next to the
corresponding waypoint row, to add the waypoint.
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To change the order of the route:
To change the location of a way point:
1. Select the Dest. & Way Pt. screen button from the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
1. Select the Dest. & Way Pt. screen button from the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the Edit screen button.
2. Select the Edit screen button.
3. From the CHANGE ORDER screen, select the
names in the order you would like them to fall
on the route.
3. Select the Chg. Loc. screen button from the
CHANGE ORDER screen.
4. From the CHANGE LOCATION screen, select the
point whose location needs to change.
5. The system will display the map screen with the
destination marked. Touch the position on the
map, to move the way point to that location.
6. Select the OK screen button to save your changes.
The system will return to the STORED LOCATIONS
screen.
To delete a way point from your current route:
1. Select the Dest. & Way Point screen button from
the STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the Delete screen button.
3. Select the way point/destination you want to delete.
4. Select the OK screen button to save your changes.
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4. The system will display the map screen with a
pop-up confirmation message. Select Yes to
delete the way point; select No to not delete the
way point.
To delete all of the way points on your route:
To store your home destination:
1. Select the Dest. & Way Point screen button from
the STORED LOCATIONS screen.
1. Select the L Home screen button from the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the Del.All screen button.
2. Select the Add screen button.
3. The system will display a pop-up confirmation
message. Select Yes to delete all of the way
points; select No to not delete the way points.
3. Select a destination entry method. See Destination
on page 2-37 for more information.
L Home
This feature allows you to add, delete, or edit a point to
be stored as your home destination.
4. Select the OK screen button to store the destination.
The home icon will now be highlighted on the
DESTINATION ENTRY screen.
To edit your home destination:
1. Select the L Home screen button from the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the Edit screen button.
3. Touch the map to move the location of the point.
4. Select the OK screen button to save your changes.
To delete your home point:
1. Select the L Home screen button from the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the Delete screen button.
3. The system will display the map screen with a
pop-up confirmation message. Select Yes to
delete the home point; select No to not delete the
home point.
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& Previous Dest. (Destination)
A Preset Dests. (Destinations)
This feature allows you to delete one or all previous
destinations that have been previously entered
and automatically stored.
This feature allows you to add, delete, or change one of
five preset destinations. Storing preset destinations
makes these destinations easily available to set as a
destination. See “Preset Destination” under Destination
on page 2-37 for more information
To delete a specific destination:
1. Select the Previous Dest. screen button from the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the Delete screen button.
3. Select a destination from the list.
4. The system will display the map screen with a
pop-up confirmation message. Select Yes to
delete the destination; select No to not delete the
destination.
To delete all destinations:
1. Select the Previous Dest. screen button from the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the Del.All screen button.
3. The system will display a pop-up confirmation
message. Select Yes to delete all of the
destinations; select No to not delete all of the
destinations.
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To store a preset destination:
1. Select the Preset Dests. screen button from the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the Add screen button to add a preset
destination.
3. Select the numbered preset row you would like it to
appear as.
4. Select a destination entry method. See Destination
on page 2-37 for more information.
5. Select the OK screen button to store the destination.
The destination will now be highlighted on the
DESTINATION ENTRY screen.
To edit the name of a preset destination:
1. Select the Preset Dests. screen button from the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the Edit screen button.
3. Select the preset destination you want to edit.
5. Select the OK screen button to save your changes.
You can choose whether or not to have the name
show on the map screen, next to the preset
destination symbol, by selecting the Show Name
On or Off screen buttons.
To change the position of a preset destination:
1. Select the Preset Dests. screen button from the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the Edit screen button.
3. Select the preset destination you want to change.
4. Select the Position screen button.
5. Touch the position on the map, to move the
destination to that location.
6. Select the OK screen button to save your changes.
4. Select the Name screen button and use the alpha
keypad to edit or add the name.
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To add or change the phone number of a preset
destination:
1. Select the Preset Dests. screen button from the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the Edit screen button.
3. Select the preset destination you want to change.
4. Select the Tel. screen button and use the numeric
keypad to input or change the phone number.
5. Select the OK screen button to save your changes.
To delete all preset destinations:
1. Select the Preset Dests. screen button from the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the Del. All screen button.
3. The system will display a pop-up confirmation
message. Select Yes to delete all destinations;
select No to not delete all destinations.
Display Memory Pt. Icons
If you have a Bluetooth® phone connected, you can
touch the V (Send/End Call) screen button and
the system will call that number.
When memory points have been stored, this screen
button will display. Select this screen button, from the
STORED LOCATIONS screen, to display memory
point icons on the map screen.
To delete a preset destination:
Calculate
1. Select the Preset Dests. screen button from the
STORED LOCATIONS screen.
2. Select the Delete screen button.
3. Select the preset destination you want to delete.
4. The system will display the map screen with
a pop-up confirmation message. Select Yes to
delete the destination; select No to not delete the
destination.
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Select this screen button, from the STORED
LOCATIONS screen, to calculate your route.
Destination
Press the ROUTE key to access the Destination Entry
screen. From this screen, you can choose from
several options to plan a route by entering destination
points.
Once your destination entry is complete, regardless of
which method of entry you used, a map screen with the
destination previewed will be displayed. You can
change route preferences, route options, map
appearances, or add a way point at this time. You may
also set the destination without making any further
changes. See “Getting Started on Your Route” following
in this section for more information on your choices
once a destination has been entered.
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Region
The DESTINATION ENTRY screen displays a map of
the 48 contiguous United States and a part of Canada
divided into 11 regions.
Before selecting a method of destination entry, review
the search area map to make sure your destination
is located in the highlighted region.
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Touch the REGION screen button from the
DESTINATION ENTRY screen to see a list of states
included in the highlighted region, or to change the
region. The SEARCH AREA screen will display.
Touch the numbered screen button to the left of the
search area map that corresponds with the numbered
region you wish to select or to view a list of states
included in the region. Touch the down arrow to select
CAN (Canada). Once the region has been selected,
the region will be highlighted on the map. Touch the
back key to return to the DESTINATION ENTRY screen.
The new selection will be stored once you select the
back screen button.
Address
The address destination entry method allows you to
input an address by providing the system with a house
number, street name, and city.
To use the house number first destination entry method,
do the following:
1. Touch the numeric keypad to input the house
number.
2. Touch the Street button to enter the street name
using the alpha keypad.
3. A list of available street names will be displayed if
there are less than five items available. Select the
List screen button at any time to view the
available list. Select the correct street with the
correct prefix from the list.
4. The system will either display a list of available
cities or go to the map screen directly based on
the input.
5. Select the desired city name on the list.
A map screen will appear with the destination
marked.
C (Address):
Touch this screen button to access the
ADDRESS screen. At this point you can choose to
enter the address one of three ways, either house
number first, street first, or city first.
6. Select the h (destination) symbol screen button to
calculate the route.
7. Select the Guide screen button to start route
guidance.
See “Getting Started on Your Route” later in this
section for more information.
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To use the street name first destination entry method,
do the following:
1. Touch the Street screen button from the address
menu and start entering the street name using the
alpha keypad. A list of available street names
will be displayed if there are less than five items
available. Select the List screen button at any time
to view the available list.
2. Select the desired street name with the correct
prefix from the list (Dr., Ln., St., etc.).
3. The system will display a list of available cities.
Select the correct city from the list.
4. The numeric keypad will be displayed, allowing you
to enter the house number.
5. Press OK.
A map screen will appear with the destination
marked.
6. Select the h (destination) symbol screen button to
calculate the route.
7. Select the Guide screen button to start route
guidance.
See “Getting Started on Your Route” later in this
section for more information.
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To use the city name first destination entry method,
do the following:
1. Touch the City button.
2. Select from the choices shown on the city screen;
Any City, 5 near cities, Input City Name, or from the
Last 5 Cities used.
• Any City — The system will take you back to the
house number first entry method. Select a city
from the list.
• 5 near cities — The system will display the
5 cities nearest your current position. Select a
city from the list.
• Input City Name — The keypad will display for
inputting the city name. Input the city name
and then select the city from the list.
• Last 5 Cities — The city names of the last
five cities that were stored as a previous
destination will display. Select a city from the list.
3. If using the alpha keypad, finish entering the city
name and then touch the List screen button to
display a list of available cities. Choose a city from
the list. If choosing from one of the prior mentioned
lists, select the city from the list displayed.
4. The House number screen will be displayed.
Enter the house number using the numeric keypad.
5. Select the Street screen button from the address
menu and start entering the street name using the
alpha keypad. A list of available street names
will be displayed if there are less than five items
available. Select the List screen button at any time
to view the available list.
Point of Interest (POI)
The Point of Interest (POI) destination entry method
allows you to choose a destination from the POI list.
6. Select the desired street name with the correct
prefix (Dr., Ln, St., etc.) from the list.
A map screen will appear with the destination
marked.
7. Select the h (destination) symbol screen button to
calculate the route.
8. Select the Guide screen button to start route
guidance.
See “Getting Started on Your Route” later in this
section for more information.
i (Point of Interest):
Touch this screen button to
access the POINT OF INTEREST screen. From this
screen you have three options to select/enter your
destination. Either input the name using the keypad,
select a category from the category list, or select the city
by selecting the city screen button.
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To input the POI name, do the following:
1. Use the alpha keypad to enter the POI name.
Touch Sym. (symbol) to select symbols and
numbers for the POI, touch Others to select special
characters for the POI, or touch A - Z to return to
the alpha keypad.
A list of POIs will appear using the information from
the alpha keypad input. A list of available POIs
will display if there are less than five POIs available.
Touch the List screen button at any time to view
the available POIs.
2. Select the desired POI from the list.
A map screen will appear with the destination
marked.
3. Select the h (destination) symbol screen button to
calculate the route.
4. Select the Guide screen button to start route
guidance.
See “Getting Started on Your Route” later in this
section for more information.
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To select a POI from a category, do the following:
1. Touch the Category screen button from the
POINT OF INTEREST screen to view a list of
POI categories.
2. Select a category, and then a sub-category.
3. The system will display available POIs names in the
selected sub-category or if the list is too long the
system will display the alpha keypad.
4. If the alpha keypad is displayed, input the POI
name until a list of available POIs appear.
You may also select the List screen button
when it becomes available.
5. Select the POI from the list.
A map screen will then appear with the destination
marked.
6. Select the h (destination) symbol screen button to
calculate the route.
7. Select the Guide screen button to start route
guidance.
See “Getting Started on Your Route” later in this
section for more information.
To select a POI by inputting a city name, do the
following:
1. Select the city screen button, then select; Any City,
5 near cities, Input City Name, or from the
Last 5 Cities used.
• Any City — The system will take you back to the
house number first entry method. Select a city
from the list.
• 5 near cities — The system will display the
5 cities nearest your current position. Select a
city from the list.
• Input City Name — The keypad will display for
inputting the city name. Input the city name
and then select the city from the list.
• Last 5 Cities — The city names of the last five
cities that were stored as a previous destination
will display. Select a city from the list.
2. Use the alpha keypad to enter the POI name.
Touch Sym. (symbol) to select symbols and
numbers for the POI, touch Others to select special
characters for the POI, or touch A - Z to return to
the alpha keypad.
3. A list of POIs will appear using the information from
the alpha keypad input. A list of available POIs will
display when there are less then five POIs available.
Touch the List screen button at any time to view
available POIs.
4. Select the desired POI from the list.
A map screen will appear with the destination
marked.
5. Select the h (destination) symbol screen button to
calculate the route.
6. Select the Guide screen button to start route
guidance.
See “Getting Started on Your Route” later in this
section for more information.
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Map
The map destination entry method allows you to choose
a destination by scrolling on the map.
3. Pressing/holding and dragging on the map will
activate fast scrolling. Press/touch once on the
area to which you would like to move the current
position mark.
Once the scroll symbol is on the location, the
address information will display on the map screen.
4. Touch the destination screen button or the
way point screen button to save the address as a
destination or way point.
• If select this position as a waypoint, the point will
be stored as a waypoint. The system will display
the STORED LOCATIONS screen. See
“Memory Points” under Navigation Menu on
page 2-16 for more information.
• If select the h (destination) symbol screen
I (Map):
Touch this screen button from the
DESTINATION ENTRY screen to enter the map
destination entry method, then do the following:
1. Touch the map for the desired area you wish to set
as your destination.
2. Use the zoom in/out function to view the direction of
the desired area.
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button the system will calculate the route. Select
the Guide screen button to start route guidance.
See “Getting Started on Your Route” later in
this section for more information.
Intersection
The intersection destination entry method allows you to
set two intersecting streets as your destination.
To use the intersection destination entry method, do the
following:
1. Enter the first of two streets in the intersection.
The List option may become available.
2. You may now choose a street from the list, or
continue to spell the street name to further
reduce the number of available items. Select the
street with the correct prefix (Dr., Ln., St., etc.).
3. After the first street has been chosen, enter the
second street name. The List option may again
become available.
4. You may now choose the second street from the
list, or continue to spell the street name to further
reduce the number of available items. Select
the street with the correct prefix (Dr., Ln., St., etc.).
After both streets have been chosen, a map
screen will then appear with the destination marked.
M (Intersection):
Touch this screen button to access
the INTERSECTION screen.
5. Select the h (destination) symbol screen button to
calculate the route.
6. Select the Guide screen button to start route
guidance.
See “Getting Started on Your Route” later in this
section for more information.
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Phone Number
The phone number destination entry method allows you
to choose a destination by entering a phone number.
The phone number must be in the list of POIs, that
is contained on the map DVD, in order for the system to
retrieve the destination.
To use the phone number destination entry method,
do the following:
1. Input the area code and phone number of a POI
using the numeric keypad. Only business phone
numbers can be entered.
2. If the phone number can be found on the map DVD,
a map screen will then appear with the destination
marked.
3. Select the h (destination) symbol screen button to
calculate the route.
4. Select the Guide screen button to start route
guidance.
See “Getting Started on Your Route” later in this
section for more information.
U (Phone Number):
Touch this screen button to
access the PHONE NUMBER screen.
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Freeway Entrance/Exit
The freeway entrance/exit destination entry method
allows you to choose a destination by entering a freeway
entrance or exit point.
K (Freeway Entrance/Exit): Touch this screen button
to access the FREEWAY ENT/EXIT screen.
To use the freeway entrance/exit destination entry
method, do the following:
1. Touch the Freeway screen button and enter the
freeway name. Be sure to use abbreviations,
such as I - 75, rather than spelling out Interstate.
Touch Sym. to view a list of symbols to add when
entering a freeway name, touch Others to view a list
of special characters you can choose from, or
touch A - Z to return to the alpha keypad.
A list of freeways will appear.
2. Choose a freeway from the list, and then touch the
Entrance or Exit screen button to choose a point.
You can choose an exit/entrance point from the list
of names that will appear.
You can input the exit/entrance by name. Touch the
Input Name screen button. If you choose to input
the freeway exit or entrance name, the alpha
keypad will be displayed. Touch the alpha keypad
to enter the freeway exit or entrance name.
You can sort the list by distance or name. Touch
the Name Sort screen button to sort the list by
name. Touch the Dist. Sort screen button to have
the list sorted by distance. The distance sort
list is based on the current position of your vehicle.
After choosing a point from the list, a map screen
will then appear with the destination marked.
3. Select the h (destination) symbol screen button to
calculate the route.
4. Select the Guide screen button to start route
guidance.
See “Getting Started on Your Route” later in this
section for more information.
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Emergency
The emergency destination entry method allows you to
enter a destination by choosing from three categories.
| (Emergency): Touch this screen button to access
the EMERGENCY screen. When in this screen, the
system will display your current position address and the
longitude and latitude information.
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To use the emergency destination entry method, when no
route has been planned, do the following:
1. Select a category.
2. Select a destination point from the list. Touch the
Name Sort screen button to sort the list by name, or
Dist Sort to sort the list by distance from the vehicle’s
current position.
After selecting a destination from the list, a map
screen will appear with the destination marked.
3. Select the h (destination) symbol screen button to
calculate the route.
4. Select the Guide screen button to start route
guidance.
See “Getting Started on Your Route” later in this
section for more information.
To use the emergency destination entry method, when a
route has been planned, do the following:
1. Select a category.
2. The system will automatically change the current
planned route destination to include the nearest
emergency category that has been selected.
3. Select the h (destination) symbol screen button to
calculate the route.
4. Select the Guide screen button to start route
guidance.
See “Getting Started on Your Route” later in this
section for more information.
Memory Points
Previous Destination
The memory points destination entry method allows you
to choose a destination from a list of points that you
have previously stored.
The previous destination entry method allows you to
choose a destination from a list of previous destination
points.
N (Memory Point):
Select this screen button from the
DESTINATION ENTRY screen to access the MEMORY
POINTS screen.
To use this destination entry method, do the following:
1. Select the category/folder in which the memory point
has been stored. Select from PERSONAL,
BUSINESS, ENTERTAINMENT, or MARKED
POINT folders.
Sort the list by distance, icon, name, or date stored.
2. Select the desired memory point.
A map screen will appear with the destination
marked.
3. Select the h (destination) symbol screen button to
calculate the route.
4. Select the Guide screen button to start route
guidance.
See “Getting Started on Your Route” later in this
section for more information.
h (Previous Destination): Touch this screen button to
access the PREVIOUS DEST. screen. The system
will store up to 100 points that have been previously
entered. As new destinations are entered, the system
will automatically delete the oldest destinations and add
the new destination.
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To use the previous destination entry method, do the
following:
1. Choose a previous destination from the list. Use the
arrow to the right of the destination to view the
entire destination name as necessary.
A map screen will appear with the destination
marked.
Coordinates
The coordinates destination entry method allows you to
choose a destination by entering latitude and longitude
coordinates.
2. Select the h (destination) symbol screen button to
calculate the route.
3. Select the Guide screen button to start route
guidance.
See “Getting Started on Your Route” later in this
section for more information.
Name: Touch this screen button to sort the list
by name.
Date: Touch this screen button to sort the list by the
date the destination has been entered. The list will be in
order by the latest to the oldest destinations that have
been entered.
Previous Start Point: Touch this screen button for the
system to plan a route to the previous point you
were at when a route was entered. This option is
available while the vehicle is moving.
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) (Coordinates):
Touch this screen button to access
the COORDINATES screen.
To use the coordinates destination entry method, do the
following:
Preset Destination
1. Touch N or S next to LAT. to enter the direction of
the latitude coordinate.
j (Preset Destination):
2. Input the numeric portion of the latitude coordinate
using the keypad.
3. Touch E or W next to LONG. to enter the direction
of the longitude coordinate.
4. Input the numeric portion of the longitude coordinate
using the keypad.
The preset destination entry
method allows you to set a destination by choosing from
one of five previously stored destinations. Besides home,
these are the only destinations available to set while the
vehicle is moving or by voice recognition. If a destination
is not set for one of the screen buttons, the button will be
dimmed and will not be available. See “Memory Points”
under Navigation Menu on page 2-16 for more
information.
5. Once both coordinates are entered, touch the OK
screen button.
A map screen will then appear with the destination
marked.
6. Select the h (destination) symbol screen button to
calculate the route.
7. Select the Guide screen button to start route
guidance.
See “Getting Started on Your Route” later in this
section for more information.
To use the preset destination entry method, do the
following:
1. Select the desired preset destination from the
DESTINATION ENTRY screen. The screen buttons
are numbered 1 - 5.
A map screen will appear with the destination marked
and the number of the preset destination.
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2. Select the h (destination) symbol screen button to
calculate the route.
3. Select the Guide screen button to start route
guidance.
See “Getting Started on Your Route” later in this
section for more information.
Getting Started on Your Route
Once you have entered a destination, you can perform
one of the following options:
Home
L (Home):
This feature allows you to plan a route to
one previously stored destination that you have selected
as home. If a home destination is not stored, the home
button will not be available. In addition to preset
destinations one through five, this destination is available
to set while the vehicle is moving or by voice recognition.
To use this destination entry method, do the following:
1. Select the home screen button from the
DESTINATION ENTRY screen.
A map screen will appear with the destination
marked.
2. Select the h (destination) symbol screen button to
calculate the route.
3. Select the Guide screen button to start route
guidance.
See “Getting Started on Your Route” later in this
section for more information.
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h (Destination):
Touch the destination symbol to set
the entered destination as it is, without further
adjustment.
o (Waypoint):
Touch the way point symbol to enter
this point as a way point along the route. See Dest.
& Way Pt. under “Stored Locations” under Navigation
Menu on page 2-16 for more information.
Route Preference: Touch this screen button to access
the Route Preference screen and adjust the route
preferences. The current setting is displayed in the Route
Preference section of the Map screen. See “Change
Route” later in this section for more information.
If any of these features are turned off, there will be a
diagonal red line through its icon.
Once the route preference has been set, select the
destination symbol and the system will automatically
calculate your route.
From this screen you can select Guide to start your route
guidance or select 3routes if available to select between
Quick, Normal, or Short route options. You can also
select the Chg. Route screen button to go to the ROUTE
OPTIONS menu and select from the available options.
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Three Routes
To access this screen, touch the 3routes button on the
map screen while planning a destination.
Touch Info on the three routes screen to access the
INFO FOR 3 ROUTES screen. From this screen,
you can view the following information for the different
planned routes:
When applicable, the system will calculate up to three
different versions of your current route in three different
colors: Quick, Normal, and Short. The routes are
shown with distance to destination and estimated travel
time. The quickest route may not be the shortest,
and vice versa. When an optional route is selected it is
shown on the map in another color.
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G (Estimated Travel Time):
This icon shows the
route’s estimated time of travel.
J (Straight-Line Distance):
This icon shows the
route’s straight-line distance to destination.
W (Toll Road): This icon shows the route’s toll road
distance information.
OnStar® System
c (Freeway Travel): This icon shows the route’s
freeway distance information.
b (Ferry):
This icon shows the route’s ferry distance
information.
{ (Time-Restricted Roads):
This icon shows the
route’s time-restricted road information.
Keyless Access System
When you start your vehicle, you will see Driver 1 or
Driver 2 displayed on the cluster. If personalization
is turned off in feature programming, a message will not
appear on the cluster. The number on the back of
the transmitter corresponds to driver 1 or driver 2.
The navigation system can store memory points for
driver 1 and 2 individually. See Personalization on
page 5-2 for more information.
With an active OnStar® subscription with personal
calling, you can make telephone calls from your vehicle,
using the navigation system screen to enter the
numbers.
Q (OnStar):
Touch the AUX hard key to access this
button. Touch this screen button to access the
OnStar® phone screen. This screen is not available
while driving.
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V (Place/End Call):
Touch this screen button to place
your phone call. While in a call, this button will be
red. Touch this button to end your call.
Tone Send: Touch this screen button to send touch
tone data. This button will become available during
a phone call. This function is used when you need to
enter numbers in response to an automated phone
request, such as when checking voice mail or you are
asked to choose menu items.
Incoming Call: When receiving an incoming call, a
pop-up message will display on the screen with
two place/end call screen buttons, one green and the
other red. Touch the green button to answer the
call. Touch the red button to reject the call.
When using the OnStar® system, the audio system will
mute. The volume of an OnStar® call can be adjusted
by using the steering wheel controls or the volume knob
on the navigation system. See “OnStar® System” in
the Index of your vehicle’s owner manual for more
information.
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Using the OnStar® Screen to Make a
Phone Call
To make a phone call using the OnStar® screen do the
following:
1. Press the AUX hard key.
2. Touch the OnStar® screen button.
3. Enter the phone number using the numeric keypad.
4. Touch the place/end call screen button to place
the phone call.
5. If you need to use the tone send button for checking
voice mail or responding to an automated request,
enter the appropriate number(s) using the keypad
and then touch the tone send button. Once that set
of numbers has been sent, the tone send button
will dim until another set of numbers is entered on
the keypad.
6. To end the call, touch the place/end call screen
button. It will be red while you are on the call.
Configure Menu
Your vehicle’s system may have one of the following
configure menus. Press the CONFIG hard key to
determine which screen your vehicle’s system will
display.
Memory and Magnetic Ride Control Displayed on
Configure Menu
Press the CONFIG hard key to access this menu,
allowing adjustment of several of the systems features
and preferences.
Memory and Magnetic Ride Control not Displayed
on Configure Menu
See “Memory” under Personalization on page 5-2 for
more information on how to store and recall Driver 1,
Driver 2, and exit preferences.
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Bluetooth®
E (Bluetooth®):
Touch this screen button to access
the Bluetooth® setup screen. See Bluetooth® Phone on
page 6-2 for more information on the Bluetooth®
system.
Audio
Touch the Audio screen button to access a screen
where several audio features may be turned on and off
and several options are available for adjustment.
The screen buttons next to each selected option will be
highlighted when on. The items on this menu will
depend on which audio source is playing.
See Navigation Audio System on page 3-2 for more
information on each feature.
Auto Store: Touch this button to turn the Auto Store on
for the current audio source selected. When on, this
button will appear on the main audio screen. This button
is not available when in XM™.
Info (Information): This button is only available when in
FM or XM™. Select this button to turn information on. The
information will change depending on the audio source is
selected. When on, the Info screen button will be
available to select from the audio main menu.
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Category: This information will change depending on
what audio source is selected. This button is only
available when you are using the FM or XM™ audio
modes. Touch this button to turn the Category function
on. When on, the button will be available to select from
the audio main menu.
Navigation Set Up
3 (Navigation Set Up): Touch this screen button to
access the NAVIGATION SET UP screen.
Traffic: This button is only available when you are using
the FM or CD/DVD audio modes. When on, the
Navigation System will search for stations that broadcast
traffic announcements.
The following screen buttons are only available for
video DVDs:
Audio Language: Select this button to view a list of
language choices. Select the desired language to change
the spoken language. The list of languages will depend
on the languages supported by the disc.
Subtitle Language: Select this button to view a list of
languages to choose for subtitles. Select the language
desired. The list of languages will depend on the
languages supported by the disc.
Menu Language: Select this button to view a list of
languages to choose for the DVD menu text. The list of
languages will depend on the languages supported by
the disc.
Parental Level: Select this button if you choose to set
up parental protection. Use the keypad to enter the
password. Select from options such as change level and
change password, as necessary.
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From this menu, several options are available for
adjustment:
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2D/3D View: This option allows you to change the
view of the map screen and the guidance screen between
a 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional view. When changing
the map to the 3-dimensional view, use the up/down
arrows to change the angle of the map. Select Default to
return to the factory settings (2-dimensional).
To set the Quick POI selection, do the following:
1. Select the Quick POI Selection screen button.
2. Select the sub-category you would like to replace.
3. Select a Quick POI category from the Quick
POI selection menu list.
C
Quick POI Selection: This option allows you
to set six Point of Interest (POI) categories that you can
select from while driving.
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4. Pick the subcategory from the list that appears.
The system automatically returns to the Quick
POI Selection screen. Your category changes are
now saved.
To change back to the system generated choices,
touch the Default screen key.
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Calibration: This option allows you to recalibrate
the navigation system.
The Calibration screen, allows the adjustment of your
vehicle’s position or the vehicle speed signal.
To correct the position of your vehicle on the map
(for example, if your vehicle has been shipped) or to
change to the current position.
1. Select the Position/Direction screen button.
The map screen will display with your vehicle’s
current position.
2. To change your vehicle’s position, touch the map
screen.
Use the zoom in/out function to view the direction of
the desired area.
Pressing/holding and dragging on the map will
activate fast scrolling. Press/touch once on the area
to which you would like to move the current
position mark.
3. Touch the OK screen button once your vehicle is in
the current position.
If a route had already been set, the map screen will
display, select Guide to change your route to
your vehicle’s new position.
Once the process of changing your vehicle’s current
position is complete, the map screen will display
with rotate arrow screen buttons around your
vehicle.
4. To change the direction of your vehicle, press either
arrow screen button to rotate your vehicle to the
correct direction.
5. Once your vehicle is facing the correct direction,
select the OK screen button.
See Problems with Route Guidance on page 2-69 for
more information.
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If there are tire pressure differences or a spare tire is
installed, the system will automatically re-calibrate
the system, but it may take longer. To calibrate the
vehicle speed signal, touch the Distance screen
key. See Vehicle Positioning on page 2-68 for more
information.
J
User Settings: This option allows you to turn on
and off several other route guidance setting options.
From this screen, you can adjust the following:
Notify traffic restriction: This option instructs the
system to notify you when the current route has traffic
restrictions (e.g. winter time).
Arrival Time G (Time of Arrival): This option will
display the estimated time of arrival to your destination.
Arrival Time \ (Time to Destination): This option
will display how much time remains to reach your
destination.
Guidance Screen: This option will turn the guidance
screen on and off. When the guidance screen option is
on, the guidance screen will pop-up when you are
approaching a turn.
Freeway Information: When on, this option will
automatically display freeway information in the
guidance window while on a freeway during route
guidance. Select the Off screen button to not display
this guidance window.
Text size on map: This option allows you to adjust the
text size on the map between Large, Medium, and
Small. This option is located on the second page of the
USER SETTINGS screen. Touch the down arrow to
access this option.
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\ Restore System Defaults: Select this option
from the NAVIGATION SET UP screen to change
all adjustable system settings to factory defaults.
Average Speed: Select this option to set the average
speed to default. The system monitors the speed
on different roads and updates the average speed the
vehicle travels at. This average speed is used to
calculate the time it will take to reach the destination
when you set a route.
> Volume: This option allows you to adjust the
volume of voice guidance prompts and the voice
recognition system. You may also choose to turn voice
guidance prompts off.
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Vehicle
Clock
Vehicle: Touch this screen button to access the vehicle
information menu. From this menu, you can adjust
such options as the language, personal settings, and
memory options. See Personalization on page 5-2
for more information on these features.
H (Clock Adjust):
Touch this screen button to access
the Clock Adjust screen and adjust several time features.
From this screen, you can adjust the following:
12Hour: Touch this screen button to display the time
in standard AM/PM format.
24Hour: Touch this screen button to display the time
in military format.
AM: Touch this screen button when setting the time
in AM.
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PM: Touch this screen button when setting the time
in PM.
PST, MST, CST, EST: Touch one of these screen
buttons to choose between Pacific Standard Time (PST),
Mountain Standard Time (MST), Central Standard
Time (CST), and Eastern Standard Time (EST).
Screen Appearance
z (Screen Appearance):
Touch this screen button to
access the appearance screen menu.
GPS TIME: Touch this screen button to match the
navigation system’s time to GPS time.
Daylight Savings: Touch this screen button to increase
the time by one hour. Touch this screen button again
to turn this feature off and decrease the time by
one hour.
y/z: Touch the up arrow to increase the hour or
minutes. Touch the down arrow to decrease the hour or
minutes.
From this menu, several options may be adjusted:
Color Scheme: This option allows you to choose
between three different screen color schemes by
touching 1 (blue), 2 (green), or 3 (brown).
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Color Mode: This option allows you to adjust your
screen mode between Auto, Day, and Night. Day mode
will change the navigation system screen to a lighter
background for better viewing in the daytime. Night
mode will change the navigation system screen
to a darker background for better viewing at night. Auto
mode will adjust the screen automatically depending
on exterior lighting conditions.
_ (Contrast):
This feature allows the adjustment of
contrast of the navigation screen. Touch the plus (+) or
minus (−) signs on either side of the contrast bar
graph to increase or decrease the contrast.
] (Brightness): This feature allows the adjustment of
brightness of the navigation screen. Touch the plus (+) or
minus (−) signs on either side of the brightness bar graph
to increase or decrease the brightness.
Screen OFF: This feature allows you to turn the
navigation screen off. Touch any hard key to turn the
screen back on.
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Magnetic Ride Control (Magnetic Ride
Control Displayed on Configure Menu)
If your vehicle has this feature, select between the
following screen buttons:
Performance: Select this screen button when road
conditions or personal preference demand more control.
This setting provides more “feel” or response to road
conditions.
Touring: Select this screen button for normal city and
highway driving. This setting provides a smooth,
soft ride.
If your vehicle’s system displays the configure menu
that does not have Magnetic Ride Control on the display,
see “Occupant Information” under Personalization on
page 5-2 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.
The GPS shows the accurate 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 2-6.
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 2-70 and
Problems with Route Guidance on page 2-69.
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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 equipped 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, you may
need to calibrate the system. This may be due to
tire pressure differences, or if a spare tire is installed.
To calibrate the system, see Configure Menu on
page 2-57.
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 2-70.
To recalibrate the vehicle’s position on the map, see
Configure Menu on page 2-57.
• 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. For more information
on calibrating the system, see Configure Menu on
page 2-57.
The United States, excluding Alaska and Hawaii, and
portions of Canada are contained on one DVD disc.
The map database contains three different levels
of coverage: detailed areas, non-detailed areas, and
limited guidance areas.
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 once a year, provided that
the map information has changed. To order a new map
DVD, contact your dealer.
• Detailed areas are available for the United States
and Canada and are primarily located around
metropolitan areas.
• Limited guidance areas are only available for the
United States. The roads are displayed on the
map, but route and voice guidance is not available.
• Non-detailed areas are available for Canada
only. Major roads are included depending
upon available coverage.
For more detailed information on database coverage,
see the Navigation System Map Disc manual included
inside the map DVD case.
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Section 3
Navigation Audio System
Navigation Audio System ..................................3-2
Six-Disc CD/DVD Changer .............................3-12
Auxiliary Devices ..........................................3-25
Radio Personalization ....................................3-26
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Navigation Audio System
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.
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.
The audio system is operated using navigation system
menus. The audio menus are explained in this section.
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Playing the Radio
On (Power/Volume):
Press this knob to turn the
audio system on and off. Turn the knob to increase or to
decrease the volume to the audio system.
BAND: Press this key to access the audio source
screen. Then press this key to switch between AM, FM,
WX (weather), or XM (if equipped).
AUX (Auxiliary): Press this key to play the video and
audio devices connected to the auxiliary jacks. See
Auxiliary Devices on page 3-25 for more information.
SRCE (Source): Press this key to change the audio
source from the radio band to CD, audio DVD, or video
DVD, depending on what is loaded in the six-disc DVD
changer, or from DVD/CD to radio mode.
e (Audio):
Press this key to view the AUDIO ADJUST
screen. See “Audio Adjust” screen later in this section.
ǻ (Seek/Scan):
To seek stations, press the up or
down arrow to go to the next or previous station and
stay there.
To scan stations, press and hold either arrow for less
than 2 seconds. The radio will go to a station, play for a
few seconds, then go on to the next station. To stop
scanning, press either arrow again or touch the scan
screen button.
Tuning Knob: Turn this knob to change frequencies.
Finding a Station
Press the band/source screen button, located in the top
left corner (AM, FM, CD, etc.), from any screen to access
the audio source screen. Once this screen is displayed,
press the BAND hard key to toggle between the bands or
touch the desired band screen button, to select it.
To scan preset stations, touch and hold Scan for
two seconds. The radio will go to the next preset station,
play for a few seconds, then go on to the next preset
station. Touch Scan again to stop scanning.
While in A.B.C mode, the system will change bands and
screens to the current band.
If available on your vehicle, you can also use the 1 - 6
(preset seek) steering wheel control. Each press of this
button will take you to the next preset station.
Auto Store (Automatic): Select this screen button to
automatically create a preset station list of the strongest
stations available in the local area. Once this button
is selected, the system will start storing stations in
sequential order, starting from the station currently
selected. Select this button again to return to the original
preset stations. This is not available for XM™ Satellite
Radio Stations or when A.B.C. has been selected on.
Info (Information): See “Radio Data System (RDS)”
later in this section.
FM source shown, other sources similar
Category: See “Radio Data System (RDS)” later in this
section.
Scan: To scan stations, touch the Scan screen button.
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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Preset Stations
Storing Preset Stations
This feature allows you to store up to 24 preset stations.
You can store six AM, six FM, six WX (weather), and
six XM™, if equipped. To store presets, do the following:
1. Turn the audio system on or select the BAND
hard key.
Press the A.B.C screen button to enter this feature.
Press the left/right arrow buttons to scroll through the
lists. The name of the list is displayed between the
two arrows and the presets for each list are displayed on
the preset buttons. These presets are in addition to any
preset stations that may already be stored. To exit this
feature, press the A.B.C screen button.
To store the A.B.C presets, do the following:
2. Select the audio band.
1. Turn the audio system on or select the BAND
hard key.
3. Seek, scan, or tune to the desired station.
2. Select the A.B.C screen button.
4. Press and hold one of the six preset screen buttons
for more than two seconds or until you hear a beep.
3. Scroll to the desired list (A - G).
5. Press the e (audio adjust) hard key to adjust the
tone, Digital Signal Processing (DSP), fade, and
balance. The screen will time out and the changes
will be stored to the preset station.
5. Seek, scan, or tune to the desired station.
6. Repeat the steps for each preset.
A.B.C Preset Stations
A.B.C: This feature allows you to store up to 42 presets,
six stations in seven different lists. The presets within
each list can be mixed: AM, FM, or XM™, if equipped.
The list names are A - G.
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4. Select the audio band. The presets within each list
can be mixed: AM, FM, or XM™, if equipped.
6. Press and hold one of the six preset screen buttons
for more than two seconds or until you hear a beep.
7. Press the e (audio adjust) hard key to adjust the
tone, Digital Signal Processing (DSP), fade, and
balance. The screen will time out and the changes
will be stored to the preset station.
8. Repeat the steps for each preset and list.
Audio Adjust
e (Audio Adjust):
Touch this hard key to access the
AUDIO ADJUST menu and to adjust the tone, Digital
Signal Processing (DSP), fade, and balance for all
sources. The system automatically stores audio
adjustment settings as changes are made to a preset
station.
Audio Pilot: Bose AudioPilot® noise compensation
technology continuously adjusts the audio system
equalization to compensate for background noise so that
your music always sounds the same at the set volume
level. This feature is most effective at lower radio volume
settings where background noise can affect how well you
hear the music playing through your vehicle’s audio
system. At higher volume settings, where the music is
much louder than the background noise, there may be
little or no adjustments by AudioPilot®. For additional
information on AudioPilot®, please visit www.bose.com.
To use AudioPilot®, touch the Audio Pilot screen button.
To turn it off, touch the screen button again. When this
feature is on, the button will be highlighted.
Multi-channel: When available, touch this screen button
to play the DVD Audio source in surround mode. Touch
this screen button again to have the audio play in
2-channel mode. The system will play Dolby® and DTS
tracks in surround sound. This feature depends on the
media in the DVD changer.
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Setting the Tone
Digital Signal Processing (DSP)
P (Treble):
This feature is used to provide a choice of five different
listening experiences. DSP can be used while listening to
the audio system or the six-disc DVD changer. The type
of DSP selected is displayed on the status line.
Touch the plus (+) or minus (−) sign next to
this symbol to increase or decrease the treble. Touch
the center position to adjust the setting to the center.
Mid (Mid-range): Touch the plus (+) or minus (−) sign
next to this symbol to increase or decrease the
mid-range. Touch the center position to adjust the
setting to the center.
D (Bass):
Touch the plus (+) or minus (−) sign next to
this symbol to increase or decrease the bass. Touch
the center position to adjust the setting to the center.
Z (Speaker):
Touch the plus (+) or minus (−) sign next
to this symbol to increase or decrease the speaker
when in surround mode or Center Point DSP setting is
selected. This feature allows you to increase or decrease
the amount of surround sound. Touch the center position
to adjust the setting to the center.
You may choose from the following DSP settings:
Center Point: Select this screen button to adjust the
audio to get the best sound quality when listening to an
XM™ audio source or CD/DVD. This feature creates
a multi-channel experience from CDs containing stereo
recordings. This feature is not available in AM, FM,
or WX (weather).
Normal: For non-surround sound sources only. Select
this screen button to adjust the audio to be in normal
mode. DSP will be in the off mode.
Adjusting the Speakers
Driver: For non-surround sound sources only. Select
this screen button to adjust the audio to give the driver
the best possible sound quality.
Left/Right (Balance): To adjust the balance between
the right and the left speakers, touch and hold the Left or
Right screen buttons. To center the balance and the fade,
touch the center, where the two lines meet.
Talk: For non-surround sound sources only. Select this
screen button when listening to non-musical material
such as news, talk shows, and sports broadcasts.
Talk makes spoken words sound more clear.
Front/Rear (Fade): To adjust the fade between the front
and the rear speakers, touch and hold the Front or Rear
screen buttons. To center the balance and the fade,
touch the center, where the two lines meet.
Rear Seat: For non-surround sound sources only.
Select this screen button to adjust the audio to give the
rear seat occupants the best possible sound quality.
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Radio Data System (RDS)
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:
• 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
This system relies on receiving specific information from
these stations and will only work when the information is
available. In rare cases, a radio station may broadcast
incorrect information that will cause the radio features to
work improperly. If this happens, contact the radio station.
The RDS system is always on. When information is
broadcast from the FM station you are listening to, the
station name or call letters will be displayed on the
audio screen. RDS may provide a program type (PTY)
for current programming and the name of the program
being broadcasted.
[ ] (No Traffic Announcements): This symbol will
appear on the status line when traffic is selected, but
the station does not broadcast traffic announcements.
[TA] (Traffic Announcements): This symbol will
appear on the status line when the station selected
broadcasts traffic announcements. TA announcements
will depend on the station.
Info (Information): Select this screen button to display
information broadcasted by the RDS station when in FM.
This is not available for AM or WX stations.
Category: Select this screen button when in FM to
view the program types. They will appear in place of the
preset stations. Select a category and the system will
start seeking for available stations within the selected
category. If none are found, the system will display
“None Found” and will return to the last selected station.
To seek to another category, press the seek/scan key.
The system will seek to another station in the category.
To scan stations in the category, press the Scan screen
button. The system will start scanning the stations in the
category. Press the Scan screen button to stop scanning
stations.
To exit out of category, select the category screen button
and the program types will no longer be displayed.
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Each of the six category names displayed, include a
grouping of other program types, see the following table.
This is not available for AM or WX (weather) stations.
Group Name
POP
EASY
TALK
CNTRY
CLASS
JAZZ
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Category
Rock
Classic Rock
Adult Hits
Top 40
Oldies Music
Nostalgia
College
Soft Rock
Soft
R&B
Soft R&B
Religious Music
News
Information
Sports
Talk
Language
Religious Talk
Personality
Public
Weather
Country Music
Classical
Jazz Music
XM™ Satellite Radio Service
XM™ is a satellite radio service that is based in the
48 contiguous United States. XM™ offers over
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).
When XM™ is active, the channel name and number,
song title, and artist will be displayed on the screen.
Info (Information): Select this screen button to display
broadcasted Information. Select Info again to remove
the broadcasted information from the display.
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).
Category: Use this feature to listen to channels in a
specific category.
To select a category:
Category Scanning: This function allows you to scan
through the channels in a specific category. To activate
the category scan function, do the following:
1. Select the XM™ audio source.
2. Select the Category screen button.
The system will display the available categories in
place of the preset stations.
3. Use the left and right arrows to scroll through the
categories. The current category name is displayed
in between the arrows. The category display on
the screen will time out if you do not select anything.
1. Select the XM™ audio source.
4. Select the desired category.
2. Select the Category screen button.
The system will display the available categories in
place of the preset stations.
5. Select the Scan screen button and the system will
scan through the channels within the selected
category. Select Scan again to stop scanning.
When scanning XM™ channels, scanning will not
stop on Channel 1.
3. Use the left and right arrows to scroll through the
categories. The current category name is displayed
in between the arrows. The category display on
the screen will time out if you do not select anything.
4. Select a category and the system will start seeking
for available stations within the selected category.
To view the available channels within the category,
select the category, then use the tune knob or
seek button to scroll through the available channels.
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XM Radio Messages
Radio Display Message Condition
Action Required
XM Updating
Updating encryption code The encryption code in the receiver is being updated and no
action is required. This process should take no longer than
30 seconds.
No XM signal
Loss of signal
The system is functioning correctly, but the vehicle is 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 a
four second delay)
The audio 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 the presets,
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.
The system is working properly.
No Title Info
Song/Program Title
not available
No song title information is available at this time on this
channel. The system is working properly.
No CAT Info
Category Name not
available
No category information is available at this time on this
channel. The 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 selected category.
The system is working properly.
No Information
No Text/Informational
message available
No text or informational messages are available at this time
on this channel. The system is working properly.
XM Theftlocked
Theft lock active
The XM™ receiver in the vehicle may have previously been
in another vehicle. For security purposes, XM™ receivers
cannot be swapped between vehicles. If this message is
received after having your vehicle serviced, check with your
GM dealer.
XM Radio ID
Radio ID label
(channel 0)
If tuned to channel 0, this message will alternate with the
XM™ Radio eight digit radio ID label. This label is needed
to activate the service.
Unknown
Radio ID not known
(should only be if
hardware failure)
If this message is received when tuned to channel 0, there
may be a receiver fault. Consult with your GM dealer.
Check XM Receiver
Hardware failure
If this message does not clear within a short period of time,
the receiver may have a fault. Consult with your GM dealer.
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Six-Disc CD/DVD Changer
This system can play different types of media formats:
DVD - Video, DVD - Video (DTS), DVD - Audio,
CD - Digital Audio (CD - DA), CD-DA (DTS), CD - Text,
CD - Extra, MP3 - CD, CDR, and CDRW. The system
may also play DVD - R and DVD - RW type discs
depending on the writing software used. The system
will play DTS and Dolby® tracks in surround sound.
Do not add any label to a CD, it could get caught in the
CD player. If a CD is recorded on a personal computer
and a description label is needed, try labeling the top
of the recorded CD with a soft marker instead.
If playing a CD-R the sound quality may be reduced due
to CD-R quality, the method of recording, the quality of
the music that has been recorded, and the way the CD-R
has been handled. There may be an increase in skipping,
difficulty in finding tracks, and/or difficulty in loading and
ejecting. If these problems occur, check the bottom
surface of the CD. If the surface of the CD is damaged,
such as cracked, broken, or scratched, the CD will not
play properly. If the surface of the CD is soiled, see “Care
of Your CDs” in the Index of your vehicle’s owner manual.
If there is no apparent damage, try a known good CD.
Notice: If you add any label to a CD, insert more
than one CD into the slot at a time, or attempt to play
scratched or damaged CDs, you could damage the
CD player. When using the CD player, use only CDs
in good condition without any label, load one CD at a
time, and keep the CD player and the loading slot free
of foreign materials, liquids, and debris.
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With the six-disc CD/DVD changer, you can play up to
six audio CDs, MP3s, DTS discs, audio DVDs, or video
DVD discs continuously.
M (Load):
To load one disc, do the following:
1. Press the load hard key and follow the screen
message displayed.
2. Select the slot number, 1–6, to load the disc into.
If a slot is not selected, the system will load the
first available slot.
3. When the screen displays “Insert Disc (number)”,
insert the disc partway into the slot, label side up.
The system will pull it in and start playing.
The system will display the type of disc inserted,
DVD - Video, B Audio for CD/DTS, MP3 for
MP3 CDs, or DVD - Audio.
To load multiple discs, do the following:
1. Press and hold the load hard key.
2. When the screen displays “Insert Disc (number)”,
load the disc partway into the slot, label side up.
The system will pull it in.
3. Once a CD is loaded, the system will display “Insert
Disc (number)” again. Load the next disc. Repeat
this procedure for each disc. The player takes up to
six disc(s), do not try to load more than six. The
system will not display the disc types when loading
all, until the discs have been read by the system.
Once all discs have been inserted, the system will
start playing the last loaded disc.
If no CD or DVD is loaded in the CD/DVD changer
and you press the SRCE hard key a “No disc loaded”
error message will be displayed.
Select the Cancel screen button, when available,
to stop the loading process and to start playing the
last loaded disc.
Z (Eject):
To eject a disc, do the following:
1. Press the eject hard key.
2. Select the slot number, 1–6, to eject the disc.
3. The system will display “Ejecting Disc” and then
eject the disc.
If a selection is not made, the system will eject the
disc from the current slot. If the disc is not removed
from the slot, the system will pull it back in after
10 seconds and start playing it.
To eject all discs at once, press and hold the eject
hard key. The system will display the disc number
being ejected.
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Playing an Audio CD
[ (Fast forward):
Press and hold this screen button to
fast forward through the current track. If fast forward past
the current track, the system will go to the next track on
the disc.
j (Pause): Select this screen button to pause play.
Select this button again to resume play.
Scan: Select the Scan screen button to toggle between
the following scan options:
B SCAN (Scan One Disc):
The numbered screen buttons, 1 through 6, represent the
order of the discs loaded in the changer. If there are only
two discs loaded, only screen buttons 1 and 2 will be
available.
r (Play): Select this screen button or press one of the
available screen buttons, 1 through 6, to begin playing
that disc. There will be a 12 to 15 second delay while the
CD is read, before it begins to play.
r (Reverse):
Press and hold this screen button to
reverse through the current track. If reverse past the
current track, the system will go to the previous track on
the disc.
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If this symbol appears on
the display after pressing the Scan screen button, the
system will play the first 10 seconds of each track on the
current playing disc. Select the OFF screen button to
stop scanning. When the system has scanned through
all of the tracks, the system will automatically stop
scanning.
M SCAN (Scan All Disc): If this symbol appears
on the display after pressing the Scan screen button,
the system will play the first 10 seconds of each track on
all of the loaded discs of the same media type. Select
the OFF screen button to stop scanning. When the
system has scanned through all of the discs, the system
will automatically stop scanning.
y (Random): Select the random screen button to
toggle between the following random options:
B RND (Random One Disc): If this symbol appears
on the display after pressing the random screen button,
the system will play the tracks on the selected disc,
in random, rather than sequential, order. Select the
OFF screen button to turn off random play.
M RND (Random All Discs):
If this symbol appears
on the display after pressing the random screen
button, the system will play the tracks on all of the
loaded discs, in random, rather than sequential, order
This function randoms all discs of the same media type.
Select the OFF screen button to turn off random play.
k (Repeat): Select the repeat screen button to toggle
between the following repeat options:
B RPT (Repeat Disc): If this symbol appears on
the display after pressing the repeat screen button,
the system will repeat all of the tracks on the disc
currently playing. Select the OFF screen button to
turn off repeat play.
OFF: Select this screen button to stop the scan,
random, or repeat functions.
¦t u ¥ (Seek Key): Press the up arrow to seek to
the next track on a disc. If playing the last track, pressing
the up arrow will seek to the first track of the next disc
with the same media type or go to the first track of the
selected disc.
Press the down arrow to go to the beginning of the
current track or to the previous track on a disc. If playing
the first track, pressing the down arrow will seek to the
last track on the selected disc.
X RPT (Repeat Track): If this symbol appears on
the display after pressing the repeat screen button,
the system will repeat the track currently playing.
Select the OFF screen button to turn off repeat play.
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Using an MP3
Playing an MP3
MP3 Format
If playing a CD-R the sound quality may be reduced due
to CD-R quality, the method of recording, the quality of
the music that has been recorded, and the way the CD-R
has been handled. There may be an increase in skipping,
difficulty in finding tracks, and/or difficulty in loading and
ejecting. If these problems occur, check the bottom
surface of the CD. If the surface of the CD is damaged,
such as cracked, broken, or scratched, the CD will not
play properly. If the surface of the CD is soiled, see “Care
of Your CDs” in the Index of your vehicle’s owner manual.
When creating an MP3 disc, the following is a list of
guidelines. If the customer does not follow these
guidelines when recording a CD-R(W), the CD may
not play.
• Sampling rate: 16 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 24 kHz, 32 kHz,
and 44.1 kHz.
• Bit rates supported: 32, 40, 48, 56, 64, 80, 96, 112,
128, 160, 192, 224, 256, and 320 kbps.
• ID3 tag information is displayed by the radio if it is
available. The radio supports ID3 tag information
v1.0 or v1.1. The radio will display a filename, song
name, artist name, album name, and directory name.
• Maximum 32 characters, including spaces, in a file or
folder name.
• Maximum number of folders is 253 with a maximum
hierarchy of eight folders.
• It is recommended that there is a maximum of
192 files on a disc.
• The files can be recorded on a CD-R or CD-RW with
a maximum capacity of 700MB.
• DVD with MP3 are not playable on this system.
• The radio will play a mixed mode CD-R/RW, a disc
recorded with both *.cda and *.mp3 files.
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If there is no apparent damage, try a known good CD.
Notice: If you add any label to a CD, insert more
than one CD into the slot at a time, or attempt to play
scratched or damaged CDs, you could damage the
CD player. When using the CD player, use only CDs
in good condition without any label, load one CD at a
time, and keep the CD player and the loading slot free
of foreign materials, liquids, and debris.
Do not add any label to a CD, it could get caught in the
CD player. If a CD is recorded on a personal computer
and a description label is needed, try labeling the top
of the recorded CD with a soft marker instead.
HOME: Select this screen button to allow you to go to
the Home folder. This is the first folder on the disc.
r (Reverse):
Press and hold this screen button to
reverse through the current track.
[ (Fast forward):
Press and hold this screen button
to fast forward through the current track.
j (Pause): Select this screen button to pause play.
Select this button or the play button to resume play.
# – (Previous folder):
Select this screen button to go
to the previous folder.
r (Play):
Select this screen button or press one of the
available screen buttons, 1 through 6, to begin playing
that disc. There will be a 12 to 15 second delay while the
CD is read, before it begins to play.
Display: Select this screen button to display the MP3
play list. Use the up/down arrows to scroll through the list.
Select the folder or track to play. While in this menu,
you can use the scan, random, and repeat functions.
Press Display again to go back to the main screen.
' (Root Directory):
Select this screen button to go to
the root directory, if available, on the MP3 disc. While in
this mode, you can select a specific folder to play.
# + (Next folder):
Select this screen button to go to
the next folder.
Scan: Select the Scan screen button to toggle between
the following scan options:
' SCAN (Scan Folder): If this symbol appears on the
display after pressing the Scan screen button, the system
will play the first 10 seconds of each track, in each folder,
on the current playing disc. Select the OFF screen button
to stop scanning. When the system has scanned through
all of the tracks, the system will automatically stop
scanning.
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B SCAN (Scan One Disc):
If this symbol appears on
the display after pressing the Scan screen button, the
system will play the first 10 seconds of each track on the
current playing disc. Select the OFF screen button to
stop scanning. When the system has scanned through
all of the tracks, the system will automatically stop
scanning.
M SCAN (Scan All Disc):
If this symbol appears on
the display after pressing the Scan screen button, the
system will play the first 10 seconds of each track on all
of the loaded discs of the same media type. Select the
OFF screen button to stop scanning. When the system
has scanned through all of the discs, the system will
automatically stop scanning.
y (Random): Select the random screen button to
toggle between the following random options:
' RND (Random One Folder): If this symbol appears
on the display after pressing the random screen button,
the system will play the tracks, in the current folder,
on the current playing disc, in random, rather than
sequential, order. Select the OFF screen button to
turn off random play.
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B RND (Random All Folders): If this symbol appears
on the display after pressing the random screen button,
the system will play the tracks, in all folders, on the
current playing disc, in random, rather than sequential,
order. Select the OFF screen button to turn off
random play.
M RND (Random All Discs): If this symbol appears
on the display after pressing the random screen
button, the system will play the tracks on all of the
loaded discs, in random, rather than sequential, order
This function randoms all discs of the same media type.
Select the OFF screen button to turn off random play.
k (Repeat): Select the repeat screen button to toggle
between the following repeat options:
X RPT (Repeat Track):
If this symbol appears on the
display after pressing the repeat screen button, the
system will repeat the track currently playing. Select the
OFF screen button to turn off repeat play.
' RPT (Repeat Folder):
If this symbol appears on
the display after pressing the repeat screen button,
the system will repeat the folder currently playing.
Select the OFF screen button to turn off repeat play.
B RPT (Repeat Disc): If this symbol appears on
the display after pressing the repeat screen button, the
system will repeat all of the tracks on the disc currently
playing. Select the OFF screen button to turn off
repeat play.
Playing an Audio or Video DVD
When an audio or video DVD has been loaded,
the following screen will appear. Some features do
not function for both audio and video DVDs.
OFF: Select this screen button to turn off the scan,
random, or repeat functions.
Combined Disc: This system will also play a combined
disc which contains CD-DA and MP3 types of media.
Use the CD screen button to switch between MP3
and CD-DA tracks when playing a combined disc.
¦t u ¥ (Seek Key): Press the up arrow to seek to
the next track on a disc. If playing the last track, pressing
the up arrow will seek to the first track of the next disc
with the same media type or go to the first track of the
selected disc.
Press the down arrow to go to the beginning of the
current track or to the previous track on a disc. If playing
the first track, pressing the down arrow will seek to the
last track on the selected disc.
To get the best sound quality from an audio DVD, the
current group that is playing may need to be changed.
Audio DVDs are usually set up with multiple copies of the
album on the disc, called groups. Group 1 may play the
album in PPCM audio and Group 2 may play the album in
Dolby® Surround Sound.
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To switch these groups, do the following:
1. Put the vehicle in PARK (P).
2. Access the DVD/CD menu screen.
3. Select the Search screen button.
4. Input the number of the group into the numeric
keypad.
5. Select the Enter screen button.
6. Press the
e (audio adjust) hard key.
7. Select the Multi-channel screen button, if it is not
already highlighted.
If the DTS or Dolby® logo is shown on the status bar, but
the Multi-channel screen button is grayed out, the group
may contain two audio streams (one is stereo source and
the other is surround source, DTS or Dolby®) in one
group. In this case, user needs to switch audio streams
by pressing the Audio screen button on the DVD/CD
screen. Press the e (audio adjust) hard key to check if
the Multi-channel screen button is selected. This button
will only be selectable when playing DTS or Dolby® tracks
in surround sound.
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Menu: Select this screen button to access the DVD’s
menu options. Depending on the type of DVD you
are using, this screen button may or may not be
available.
DVD Menu: Select this screen button to access the
video DVD menu. DVD must be playing to select this
feature.
While watching a video DVD or playing an audio DVD,
touch anywhere on the screen to remove all screen
button functions from the display. Touch anywhere on
the screen again to display the screen buttons.
Audio: Select this screen button to change the audio
language heard, English or French. DVD must be playing
to select this feature. This may not be available on
all DVDs.
Angle: Select this screen 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.
Subtitle: Select this screen button to play back the video
with subtitles. Select English, French, or Off. DVD must
be playing to select this feature. This may not be
available on all DVDs.
Search: Select this screen button to search through a
DVD by Title/Group, or Chapter/Track. Touch Keypad to
access the numeric keypad used to enter data in these
searches.
To use the search button, do the following:
1. Select the Search screen button from the
DVD-Video or DVD-Audio screen.
2. Select the Keypad screen button to access a
numeric keypad to enter the title/group or
chapter/track number.
3. Select the OK screen button and the system will go
to the specified title/group or chapter/track.
4. Select the Search screen button to exit the search
feature.
Display Menu
r / [ (Reverse/Fast Forward):
Touch the left or
right arrows to reverse or fast forward within a track.
r (Play):
Display: Select this screen button to access more
audio/video DVD options.
j (Pause):
a (Page Up):
Select the play screen button to begin
playing the currently selected disc.
Select the pause screen button to pause
the currently playing disc. Select this button again or the
play button to resume play.
o (Stop): Select the stop screen button to stop playing
the disc.
L (Frame Advance):
Select this screen button to play
the disc in slow motion.
Select the page up symbol to scroll up
through the pages of an audio DVD. The function of
this screen button depends on the disc inserted.
` (Page Down): Select the page down symbol to
scroll down through the pages of an audio DVD.
The function of this screen button depends on the
disc inserted.
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HOME: Select this screen button to take you back to
the home page of the DVD disc.
OFF: Select this screen button to turn off the scan,
random, and repeat functions.
Scan: Select the Scan screen button to hear the first
10 seconds of each track, in the current group, on the
selected disc. Select the OFF screen button to stop
scanning. Scanning will stop when the system has
scanned through all of the tracks. This function is
available for DVD audio only.
¦t u ¥ (Seek Key):
y (Random Track): Select this screen button to hear
the tracks, in the current group, on the selected disc,
in random, rather than sequential, order. Select the OFF
screen button to turn off random play. This function is
available for DVD audio only.
Press the down arrow hard key to go back to the
beginning of the current track. Press the down arrow hard
key again to go to the previous track in the current group.
If you are in the first track of the current group, pressing
this hard key will take you to the last track of the previous
group. If you are in the first track of the first group, the
system will display an error message in the upper right
corner of the screen.
k (Repeat):
Select this screen button to repeat the
current track. Select this screen button again to repeat
the current playing group on the disc. Select the OFF
screen button to turn off repeat play. This function is
available for DVD audio only.
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Press the up arrow hard key
to go to the next track in the current group. If you are in
the last track, the system will go to the first track of the
next group. If you are in the last track of the last group,
the system will display an error message in the upper
right corner of the screen.
Cursor Menu
Screen Adjust Menu
Cursor: Select this screen button to access the left, right,
up, and down cursors on the screen. The cursors allow
you to navigate through menu options on the screen.
Screen Adjust: Select this screen button to access the
audio/video DVD screen adjust menu.
S, y, T, z (Cursor Arrows):
_ (Contrast):
Select these cursor
screen buttons when you need to scroll through a list of
DVD items, such as track names, menu options, or scene
selection. Then touch Enter to set your selection.
Keypad: Select this button and a number keypad will
appear. Input the track number, press enter, and the
system will play the track.
Select the plus (+) or minus (−) signs
next to this symbol to increase or decrease the contrast.
] (Brightness):
Select the plus (+) or minus (−)
signs next to this symbol to increase or decrease
the brightness.
W (Back)/Return: Select either button to return to the
previous screen.
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Tint: Select the plus (+) or minus (−) signs next to this
symbol to increase or decrease the screen tint.
Six-Disc DVD Changer Errors
Select this screen button to view a
video DVD in widescreen format.
Although the DVD or CD you are playing meets
regulation requirements, there are circumstances that
may cause the disc to not play correctly. Some of those
circumstances may include the recording conditions
of the disc, the disc condition, and the pick up
circumstances of the player.
d (Full Screen):
If using the system in extremely low or high
temperatures, the video playback may become distorted.
' (Color):
Select the R (red) or G (green) next to this
symbol to increase or adjust the color of the screen.
p (Widescreen):
Select this screen button to view a
video DVD in full screen format.
e (Normal Screen):
Select this screen button to view
a video DVD in normal screen size.
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Because of some types of compression techniques
used during recording MP3 discs, the sound quality of
the discs can be inferior. This is not caused by the audio
system.
Auxiliary Devices
The audio and video adapters allow you to connect audio
and video devices, such as a hand-held computer, video
camera or a video cassette recorder, to the navigation
system. The audio and video input from the playback
source is viewed on the navigation system screen and
the audio is heard through the speakers. The video image
is only available when the vehicle is in PARK (P).
Connect the auxiliary device to the audio and video
connectors, located in the center console. The system
requires standard RCA cables, not included, to connect
the auxiliary device to the RCA jacks. Refer to the
manufacturer’s instructions for proper usage. The video,
and left, and right audio jacks have graphics and color
coding to allow for easy identification.
Connect the auxiliary devices to the jacks as follows:
• Connect the video input of the auxiliary device
to the yellow video input/output jack.
• Connect the left audio input of the auxiliary device
to the white audio input jack. For auxiliary devices
that only have one audio connection, use the
white jack.
• Connect the right audio input of the auxiliary device
to the red audio input jack.
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Auxiliary Video Image Screen
Radio Personalization
To play other audio sources using the auxiliary device,
do the following:
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
RKE transmitter (1 or 2) was used to enter the vehicle.
The number on the back of the RKE 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 using the memory screens under the CONFIG
MENU or voice recognition. See Personalization on
page 5-2 for more information.
1. Connect the auxiliary device as explained
previously.
2. Play the auxiliary device according to the auxiliary
devices instructions.
3. Press the AUX hard key.
4. Select the Video In/Out screen button.
5. Press the BAND or the SRCE hard key to exit
or stop playing the connected auxiliary device.
See Navigation Audio System on page 3-2 for
more information.
When battery power is removed and later applied,
you will not have to reset your audio system preset
stations.
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Section 4
Voice Recognition
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Voice Recognition
The navigation system’s voice recognition allows for
hands-free operation of navigation, phone, audio system,
climate controls, windows, OnStar®, and memory
features. Voice recognition can be used when the ignition
is on or when Retained Accessory Power (RAP) is active.
See “Retained Accessory Power (RAP)” in the Index of
your vehicle’s owner manual for more information.
To use 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.
Helpful Hints for Stating Commands
• When a multiple command is available, choose the
command that best works for you.
• Words that are in brackets are optional. For example,
for the command Radio [band] [select] FM, stating
Radio FM or Radio select FM are both valid
commands.
• When the system recognizes the command the
system will:
• either perform the function
• ask you to confirm your choice by clearly stating
“yes or no”
• issue an error message such as “System does not
recognize this command” or direct you to “Please
start speaking after the beep”
• If the system is not yet ready, the system may state
When you are in the navigation screens, the
system will display a symbol (|) while the voice
recognition is active.
2. Clearly state one of the commands listed on the
following pages.
“System is checking the disc. Please wait.”.
• To cancel a command or if the system response
does not match your verbal command, press and
hold the talk symbol button. The system will reply,
“System will cancel the voice recognition”.
• If you experience difficulty with the system
recognizing a command, try saying it more softly,
and wait for a few seconds after the beep, or you
may just try saying it again.
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• Background noise may cause voice commands to be
misunderstood, including airflow noise from wind.
• To use the voice recognition system, the map DVD
must be loaded.
This system is able to recognize commands in five
different languages. The system will only recognize
commands based on the language selected.
Voice Recognition Help
Help commands can be displayed on the screen while
you are stopped. When the vehicle is moving, the system
will let you know that this command is not available while
driving. To enter the help screens, clearly state one of the
help commands.
While in the help menu, you can select from two
screens, the Command List and the Operating Guide.
Navi (Navigation): Touch this screen button to display
the list of navigation commands.
The Command List shows a list of available voice
recognition commands to use. Touch the Command List
screen button and then touch one of the buttons on the
right of the screen to choose the commands to view.
Use the up and down arrows to scroll through the list
of commands.
Radio: Touch this screen button to display the list of
radio commands.
CD: Touch this screen button to display the list of CD
commands.
DVD: Touch this screen button to display the list of
DVD commands.
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Heater: Touch this screen button to display the list of
climate control commands.
Disp. (Display): Touch this screen button to display the
list of display commands.
Phone: Touch this screen button to display the list of
phone commands.
Nametag: Touch this screen button to display the list of
nametag commands.
Etc.: Touch this screen button to display the list of
miscellaneous commands, such as OnStar®, windows,
and personalization.
The Operating Guide screen gives step-by-step
directions for using the voice recognition feature. Touch
the Operating Guide screen button and then touch one
of the buttons on the right of the screen to choose the
instructions to list. Use the up and down arrows to scroll
through the instructions.
Start: Touch this screen button to display instructions
on how to start using the voice recognition system.
Cancel: Touch this screen button to display instructions
on how to cancel a command, what to do in case of an
error, and other helpful hints.
Dest. (Destination): Touch this screen button to
display instructions on how to use voice recognition to
plan a route or how to use the destination command list.
Audio: Touch this screen button to display instructions
on how to use the radio commands.
Nametag: Touch this screen button to display
instructions on how to use and store a nametag.
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Voice Recognition Commands
The following list shows all of the voice commands
available for the navigation system with a brief description
of each. The commands are listed with the optional words
in brackets. To use the voice commands, refer to the
instructions listed previously.
Display Commands
Display [set] English units: This command instructs
the system to switch to English units of measurement.
All display settings will change.
Display [set] metric units: This command instructs
the system to switch to metric units of measurement.
All display settings will change.
Display [set] day mode: This command instructs
the system to switch the system display to day mode.
See “Screen Appearance” under Configure Menu
on page 2-50 for more information.
Display [set] night mode: This command instructs
the system to switch the system display to night mode.
See “Screen Appearance” under Configure Menu on
page 2-50 for more information.
Display [set] auto mode: This command instructs
the system to switch the system display to auto mode.
See “Screen Appearance” under Configure Menu
on page 2-50 for more information.
Display Help: This command instructs the system
to offer assistance with the previously listed display
commands. The Navigation System will display
the commands on the screen.
General Navigation Commands
Navigation [show] current position, navigation
[show] current location: This command instructs
the system to show your vehicle’s current position on
the map.
Navigation [show] map: This command instructs the
system to show the current map screen.
Navigation [command] help, navigation [command]
list: This command instructs the system to state the
navigation command help list.
Navigation repeat [voice] [guidance]: This command
instructs the system to repeat the previous voice
guidance prompt.
Cancel: This command instructs the system to cancel
the most recently given command.
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Map Commands
Navigation zoom in, navigation zoom out: These
commands instruct the system to zoom in or out on
the map.
Navigation [change] map direction: This command
instructs the system to change the direction of the map
to heading up/north up depending on previous setting.
Navigation store [this point], navigation mark
[this point]: These commands instruct the system to
store or mark a point in its memory. These commands
are available while a map screen is displayed.
Navigation [change to] 3-D map [mode], navigation
[change to] 2-D map [mode]: These commands
instruct the system to switch between 2-D and 3-D map
modes. These commands are available while a map
screen is displayed.
Point of Interest (POI) Commands
The following is a list of POI commands. State the
commands exactly as they are written to receive
information from the system regarding that specific
command. POIs will only display on the map screen
if the map scale is 1⁄2 mile (1 km) or less.
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If you try to have POIs displayed on a map with the wrong
scale, the system will remind you of this. When you are
ready to exit the POI command mode, state “POI off”.
The available POI commands are the following:
Automobile Commands
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Navigation Automobile Club
Navigation Triple A
Navigation Car Wash
Navigation Gas Station
Navigation Gas
Navigation Parking
Navigation Parking Lot
Navigation Parking Garage
Navigation Car Park
Navigation Auto Service and Maintenance
Navigation Auto Service
Navigation Other Automotive
Navigation GM
Entertainment Locations
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Navigation Casino
Navigation Cinema
Navigation Golf Course
Navigation Historical Monument
Navigation Horse Racing
Navigation Marina
Navigation Museum
Navigation National and State Parks
Navigation Ski Resort
Navigation Skiing
Navigation Speedway
Navigation Sports Complex
Navigation Stadium
Navigation Performing Arts
Navigation Tourist Attraction
Navigation Tourist Information
Navigation Video Rental
Navigation Winery
Financial Locations
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• Navigation Other Financial Services
Governmental Offices
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Navigation Town Center
Navigation City Center
Navigation Convention Center
Navigation Exhibition Center
Navigation Court House
Navigation Government Offices
Navigation Higher Education
Navigation University
Navigation College
Navigation Hospital
Navigation Library
Navigation Parks and Recreation
Navigation Park and Recreation
Navigation Police Station
Navigation Post Office
Navigation School
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Navigation Dry Cleaning
Navigation Health and Fitness Club
Navigation Business Facility
Restaurant Locations
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Navigation Restaurant
Navigation I’m Hungry
Navigation Show Restaurant
Navigation American Restaurant
Navigation American Food
Navigation Chinese Restaurant
Navigation Chinese Food
Navigation Coffee House
Navigation Continental Restaurant
Navigation Continental Food
Navigation Fast Food
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Navigation Fast Food Restaurant
Navigation French Restaurant
Navigation French Food
Navigation Ice Cream Parlor
Navigation Italian Restaurant
Navigation Italian Food
Navigation Japanese Restaurant
Navigation Japanese Food
Navigation Mexican Restaurant
Navigation Mexican Food
Navigation Seafood Restaurant
Navigation Seafood
Navigation Thai Restaurant
Navigation Thai Food
Navigation Other Restaurant
Navigation Other Food
Shopping Locations
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Navigation Department Store
Navigation Grocery Store
Navigation Home and Garden
Navigation Pharmacy
Navigation Shopping Mall
Navigation Specialty Food Store
Navigation Other Retail Stores
Transportation
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Navigation Bus Station
Navigation Campground
Navigation Ferry Terminal
Navigation Hotel
Navigation Rental Car Agency
Destination Commands
The following are destination commands. Confirm your
choice of destination entry by responding to the system
with “Enter destination” when prompted. You may also
state “Add waypoint” or “To waypoint” after entering a
destination to add a waypoint along the route to your final
destination. You can cancel the command by stating,
“cancel” after the system talk back.
Navigation [go] home, navigation [select] home:
These commands instruct the system to set the home
preset as the destination.
Navigation [go to] previous destination: This
command instructs the system to set the previous
destination as the new destination.
Navigation [go to] preset destination [number]
(one, two, three, four, or five): These commands
instruct the system to set one of the preset destinations
one through five as the new destination.
Cancel: This command instructs the system to cancel
the most recently given command.
Navigation Rest Area
Navigation Train Station
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Nametag Commands
Guidance Commands
You may have up to 10 nametag entries for phone book
entries and 10 nametag entries for destinations.
Navigation louder, navigation softer: These
commands instruct the system to increase and decrease
the volume of the voice guidance and voice recognition
system prompts.
Navigation store name: This command lets the system
know you will be storing a name in memory. The system
will request that you state the nametag. After the prompt,
state the name desired for this point. The system will play
back the recorded nametag and will request that you
confirm it. After the prompt, state “Yes” to confirm or “No”
to cancel.
Navigation go to [destination] (nametag), navigation
select [destination] (nametag): These commands
instruct the system to select a destination saved under
the nametag you have stored. The system will ask
whether you want the nametag to be set as a waypoint
or final destination. State “waypoint” or “destination” after
the prompt.
Cancel: This command instructs the system to cancel
the most recently given command.
Navigation [show] whole route [map], navigation
[show] entire route [map]: These commands instruct
the system to show the entire route from beginning to end
on the map.
Navigation show next waypoint [map]: This
command instructs the system to show the next
waypoint on the map.
Navigation show destination [map]: This command
instructs the system to show the final destination on
the map.
Navigation delete next waypoint, navigation cancel
next waypoint: These commands instruct the system to
cancel the next waypoint from the route. The system will
request that you confirm. After the prompt, state “Yes” to
confirm or “No” to cancel.
Navigation delete destination, navigation cancel
destination: These commands instruct the system to
cancel the current destination. The system will request
that you confirm. After the prompt, state “Yes” to confirm
or “No” to cancel.
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Navigation delete all waypoints and destination,
navigation cancel all waypoints and destination:
These commands instruct the system to cancel
the current destination and all waypoints. The system
will request that you confirm. After the prompt,
state “Yes” to confirm or “No” to cancel.
Radio [band] [select] AM, radio [band] [select] FM,
radio [band] [select] XM, radio [band] [select]
satellite, radio [band] [select] WX, radio [band]
[select] weather band: These commands instruct the
system to go to either the AM, FM, XM (if
equipped), or WX (if equipped) radio bands.
Navigation voice guidance off, navigation voice
guidance: These commands instruct the system to
turn route voice guidance off and on.
Radio [select] (frequency) AM, radio [select]
(frequency) FM, radio [select] (channel) weather
band: These commands instruct the system to go to a
specific frequency on either the AM, FM, or weather
bands — examples; Radio select ninety seven point one
FM, Radio select one weather band, Radio select ten
forty AM.
Navigation detour [entire route]: This command
instructs the system to add a detour to your route.
The system will request that you confirm. After
the prompt, state “Yes” to confirm or “No” to cancel.
Radio Commands
The commands are only available when you are in one of
the following audio modes, AM, FM, XM™ (if equipped),
or WX (if equipped).
Radio: These commands instruct the system to turn
the audio system on.
Radio turn off: These commands instruct the system
to turn the audio system off.
Radio [set] balance center: These commands instruct
the system to set the fade or balance to the center and
middle.
Radio scan up, radio scan down: These commands
instruct the system to scan up or down through radio
stations.
Radio [select] (channel) XM, radio [select] (channel)
satellite: These commands instruct the system
to go to a specific channel on the XM™ band
(if equipped) — example; Radio select one fifty one XM.
Radio [show] [next] presets: This command instructs
the system to change to the next presets on the
active band.
Radio help: This command instructs the system to
assist with radio commands. The radio commands will
display on the screen.
The word “middle” can be substituted in place of the
word “center”.
The word “fade” can be substituted in place of the word
“balance”.
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CD Commands
DVD Changer Commands
The following commands are only available when a CD,
MP3, or DVD is loaded.
CD: These commands instruct the system to turn the
audio system CD/DVD changer on.
CD, CD turn off: These commands instruct the system
to turn the audio system CD/DVD changer off.
CD [set] balance center: These commands instruct
the system to set the fade and balance to the center
position.
CD scan up: This command instructs the system to
scan upward through tracks.
CD select [disc] (one, two, etc.) track (one, two, etc.):
These commands instruct the system to go to a specific
disc and chapter/track.
CD eject [disc] (one, two, three, four, five, or six):
These commands instruct the system to eject a specific
numbered disc.
CD help: This command instructs the system to assist
with CD changer commands. Help commands will display
on the map screen when the vehicle is stopped.
The word “middle” can be substituted in place of the
word “center”.
The word “fade” can be substituted in place of the word
“balance”.
The word “chapter” can be substituted in place of the
word “track”.
The following commands are only available when a CD,
MP3, or DVD is loaded.
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DVD: These commands instruct the system to turn the
CD/DVD changer on.
DVD turn off: These commands instruct the system to
turn the CD/DVD changer off.
DVD [set] balance center: These commands instruct
the system to set the fade and balance to the center
and middle.
DVD scan up: This command instructs the system to
scan upward through chapters/tracks.
DVD [select] disc (one, two, etc.) track (one, two,
etc.): These commands instruct the system to go to a
specific disc and chapter/track.
DVD eject [disc] (one, two, three, four, five, or six):
These commands instruct the system to eject a specific
numbered disc.
DVD help: This command instructs the system to assist
with DVD changer commands. Help commands will
display on the map screen when the vehicle is stopped.
The word “middle” can be substituted in place of the
word “center”.
The word “fade” can be substituted in place of the word
“balance”.
The words “heat”, “A/C”, and “air conditioning” can be
substituted in place of the word “heater”.
The word “chapter” can be substituted in place of the
word “track”.
The word “defog” can be substituted in place of the
word “defrost”.
Climate Control Commands
Personalization Commands
Heater [set] fan high: This command will increase the
fan speed by one speed. Repeat the command until the
desired fan speed is achieved.
These functions are available to help with setting,
storing, and recalling driver settings.
Heater [set] fan low: This command will decrease the
fan speed by one speed. Repeat the command until the
desired fan speed is achieved.
Heater defrost: This command instructs the system to
turn both the front and rear defrost on.
Heater front defrost: This command instructs the
system to turn the front defrost on.
Heater rear defrost: This command instructs the
system to turn the rear defrost on.
Heater help: This command instructs the system to
assist with climate control commands. Help commands
will display on the map screen when the vehicle is
stopped.
Set driver one, set driver two: These commands
instruct the system to change the driver setting between
driver 1 and driver 2. See Personalization on page 5-2
for more information.
Select driver one: This command selects the memory
settings for driver 1. The seat, steering wheel, and
navigation system settings will change to those stored
by driver 1.
Select driver two: This command selects the memory
settings for driver 2. The seat, steering wheel, and
navigation system settings will change to those stored
by driver 2.
Driver help: This command instructs the system to
assist with driver commands. Help commands will
display on the map screen when the vehicle is stopped.
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Window Commands
Dial: Dials the phone number.
Windows up, windows down: These commands
instruct the system to express up or express down the
windows. The system will request that you confirm.
After the prompt, state “Yes” to confirm or “No” to cancel.
Phone dial name: This command instructs the system
to dial the phone number of a specific previously stored
name. The system responds with “Name Please”. State
the stored name. The system will then play back the
name and will request a confirmation. Respond with a yes
or no. The system will then dial the number. See “Phone
Book Screen” under “Dialing and Making Calls Using
Your Bluetooth® Phone” under Bluetooth® Phone on
page 6-2 for more information on how to store a nametag.
Windows: This command instructs the system to assist
with window commands. Help commands will display on
the map screen when the vehicle is stopped.
Phone Commands
These commands will only function if a Bluetooth®
phone has been paired with the navigation system,
is available in the vehicle, and is on.
Phone enter: These commands instruct the system to
dial a phone number after it is stated. State the number
including the area code (ex. 555 123 4567) then state
“dial.” You can state the phone number in partial
segments or you can state the entire phone number.
If the number is stated in partial segments the system
will play back each segment.
Correction: Deletes the last segment of the phone
number that was spoken.
Delete: Deletes the entire phone number.
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Phone redial/recall: These commands instruct the
system to redial a phone number.
Phone help: This command instructs the system to
assist with phone commands. Help commands will
display on the map screen when the vehicle is stopped.
The word “telephone” can be substituted in place of
the word “phone”.
OnStar® Command
OnStar: This command instructs the system to connect
to OnStar®. You will enter the OnStar® voice recognition
system. Refer to your OnStar® manual for more
information.
Section 5
Vehicle Customization
Vehicle Customization ......................................5-2
Personalization ...............................................5-2
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Vehicle Customization
Language
Personalization
Your vehicle’s system may have one of the following
language menus:
Your vehicle is equipped with personalization that allows
you to program certain features to a preferred setting for
up to two people. Features such as driver position, door
lock personalization, passenger window personalization,
chime personalization, driver information center, remote
lock and unlock confirmation, suspension system
configuration, and remote start climate control settings
can be personalized.
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This feature allows you to change the language that
the vehicle (instrument panel cluster, HUD, Navigation
system, DIC, etc.) is in. The languages available are
US English (male speaking voice) US English (female
speaking voice), UK English, German, French, Italian,
and Spanish.
To change the language, do the following:
1. Select the CONFIG hard key.
2. Touch the Vehicle screen button.
3. Select the globe screen button or choose the
desired language.
4. Your choice will be stored automatically.
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If the screens appear in a language that you do not
understand, do the following:
1. Turn off the vehicle.
2. Open and close the door. Wait about 30 seconds.
3. Turn on the vehicle.
4. Press the map hard key.
5. Touch the globe symbol screen button from the
WARNING screen. See Getting Started on page 1-4
for more information. This will take you directly to the
Language screen. Choose the desired language.
Your choice will be stored automatically. All screens
will display text in the selected language.
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Entering the Personalization Menu
Your vehicle’s system may have one of the following
personal settings menus:
3. Press the CONFIG hard key.
4. Touch the Vehicle screen button.
5. Access the Personal Menu Setting by pressing the
Personal Settings screen button.
6. The appropriate driver information should be
highlighted. If you wish to change driver numbers,
touch the appropriate keyless access transmitter to
identify yourself as Driver 1 or Driver 2. The system
will show the start up screen when the driver is
changed.
To enter the personal settings mode, use one of the
following procedures:
1. Be sure the ignition is either on, in accessory
mode, or in RAP (Retained Accessory Power).
The transmission must be in either PARK (P),
or the vehicle must be stopped.
7. The Personal Settings button must be highlighted to
continue programming. If it is not highlighted, touch
it. If it is highlighted, touch any of the buttons on
the right of the screen to begin programming.
Some features have submenus that show additional
features that can be turned on or off. After entering a
submenu, select a feature and scroll through the menu
and make the necessary change.
2. Press any button on the appropriate keyless access
transmitter to identify yourself as Driver 1 or Driver 2.
The driver number is shown on the back of the
keyless access transmitter.
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Personalization Menu Settings Off Mode
If you choose not to use the Personalization Menu, the following defaults will be active on your vehicle:
Feature
Lock/Unlock
Lights/Horn
Occupant Information
Occupant Position
Remote Start
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Default Mode
All Doors unlock in park
All Doors unlock when PULLING front door handle
Keyless Access All Doors lock eight seconds after last door closed off
DELAY locking eight seconds after LOCK is pressed and last door closed on
Lights flash at UNLOCK on
Lights flash at LOCK on
Exterior lighting at UNLOCK on
Horn chirps at LOCK off
External Audible Keyless Entry Transmitter in vehicle reminder on
Twilight Delay will be set at five seconds
Driver Greeting — standard driver greeting
Chime Volume — Normal Chime Volume
Passenger window Lockout off
Suspension Ride Control Mode Touring
Recall Memory with START button activation Off
REMOTE recall Memory Off
Auto EXIT Seat Recall Off
Auto EXIT steering column recall Off
Remote Start Off
Lock/Unlock
Your vehicle’s system may have one of the following
lock/unlock menus:
After making selections, touch the Back screen button
to return to the PERSONAL SETTINGS screen.
Select this screen button to change automatic door
locking and unlocking and keyless access transmitter
locking and unlocking. The following choices are
available:
Automatic Door Unlock
When this feature is off, the doors will not unlock
automatically and the doors will have to be unlocked
before exiting the vehicle. When this feature or any of the
following features are selected on, the button next to the
name will appear highlighted.
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When this feature is selected, choose from one of the
following options:
When this feature is selected, choose from one of the
following options:
DRIVER unlock at OFF: The driver’s door will
automatically unlock when the ignition is turned off.
ALL doors unlock when PULLING front door handle:
When you approach the vehicle with your keyless access
transmitter and pull either front door handle all of the
doors will automatically unlock. See “Door Locks” in
the Index of your vehicle’s owner manual for more
information.
ALL doors unlock at OFF: All of the doors will
automatically unlock when the ignition is turned off.
DRIVER unlock in PARK: The driver’s door will
automatically unlock when the shift lever is shifted
into PARK (P).
ALL doors unlock in PARK: All doors will
automatically unlock when the shift lever is shifted
into PARK (P).
Keyless Access Unlock
When this feature is off, the doors will not unlock
automatically when the outside door handle is pulled.
When this is selected, the keyless access system will
automatically unlock the door based on the position of
the transmitter. When this feature or any of the following
features are selected on the button next to the name will
appear highlighted.
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FRONT door unlocks when PULLING front door
handle: When you approach the vehicle with your
keyless access transmitter and pull the driver’s or
passengers front door handle the door will automatically
unlock. See “Door Locks” in the Index of your vehicle’s
owner manual for more information.
You may also choose to activate one or both of the
following two options:
Keyless Access All Doors LOCK after Last door
closed: The doors will automatically lock when the
ignition is turned off, the keyless access transmitter has
been removed from the interior of the vehicle, and the
doors have been closed for eight seconds.
DELAY locking after LOCK is pressed and Last door
closed: The doors will not lock for up to eight seconds
after a power door lock switch or the lock button on the
keyless access transmitter is pressed. The eight-second
delay occurs after the last door is closed. If the keyless
access transmitter is left inside of the vehicle, the doors
will not lock.
Lights/Horn
Your vehicle’s system may have one of the following
lights/horn menus:
After making selections, touch the Back screen button
to return to the PERSONAL SETTINGS screen.
When any of the following features are selected on, the
button next to the name will appear highlighted.
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Select this screen button to select the type of feedback
desired when you use the keyless entry transmitter and to
select the vehicle’s Twilight Sentinel® delay time. Select
any or all of the following options:
Lights flash at UNLOCK: The exterior lamps will flash
when the keyless access transmitter is used to unlock 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. If Lights flash at UNLOCK is turned on
and either ALL doors unlock when PULLING front door
handle or FRONT door unlocks when PULLING front
door handle is turned on, the exterior lamps will flash
when the doors are unlocked. See “Automatic Door Lock”
earlier in this section for more information.
Lights flash at LOCK: The exterior lamps will flash
once when the keyless access 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. If Lights flash at LOCK is turned on
and either ALL doors unlock when PULLING front door
handle or FRONT door unlocks when PULLING front
door handle is turned on, the exterior lamps will flash
when the doors are unlocked. See “Automatic Door Lock”
earlier in this section for more information.
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Exterior Lighting at UNLOCK: The exterior lamps will
turn on when the keyless access 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 ACC, ON, or START, or the keyless access transmitter
is used to lock the vehicle.
Horn chirps at LOCK: The horn will chirp once when
the keyless access transmitter is used to lock the vehicle.
All doors must be closed for this feature to work.
External Audible Keyless Entry Transmitter in vehicle
reminder: The horn will chirp three times when the
driver’s door is closed and there is a keyless access
transmitter left inside the vehicle. This will only occur
when the vehicle is off.
Twilight Delay: If this feature is activated, select the
delay time that the exterior lights will stay on when you
exit the vehicle. If Off is selected, the exterior lamps will
not stay on when you exit the vehicle. Only one mode can
be selected at a time. Select any of the available options
by touching the appropriate time screen button.
Occupant Information
Your vehicle’s system may have one of the following
occupant information menus:
After making selections, touch the Back screen button
to return to the PERSONAL SETTINGS screen.
When any of the following features are selected on,
the button next to the name will appear highlighted.
Select this screen button to select the greeting, chime
volume, suspension ride controls, and front passenger
window lockout settings.
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Driver Greeting: You can choose between a personal
greeting and a standard greeting for Driver 1 or Driver 2.
This greeting is shown on the instrument cluster when
you turn the vehicle on.
If you choose to have a personal greeting, touch the Edit
screen button. The alpha keypad will display. Type in
the greeting. You may enter up to 16 characters. When
finished typing the greeting, touch the OK screen button.
Chime Volume: Select a normal or high volume level for
the vehicle chime setting. The chime volume cannot be
turned off.
Magnetic Ride Control: If your vehicle has this
feature, select between performance or touring modes.
Performance mode is used where road conditions or
personal preference demand more control. This setting
provides more “feel” or response to road conditions.
Touring mode is used for normal city and highway
driving. This setting provides a smooth, soft ride.
Passenger Window Lockout: The front passenger will
be able to lower the front passenger window when the
window lockout feature is on. See “Power Windows” in
the Index of your vehicle’s owner manual for more
information.
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Occupant Position
Your vehicle’s system may have one of the following
occupant position menus:
Select this screen button to select the memory features
you want activated automatically upon entering and
exiting the vehicle. Select any or all of the following
settings:
Recall memory with START button activation: When
on, the previously programmed seat, mirror, and steering
column positions will be recalled when the START button
is pressed. See “Starting and Operating Your Vehicle” in
the Index of your vehicle’s owner manual for more
information.
REMOTE recall memory: When on, the previously
programmed seat and mirror positions will be recalled
when the unlock button on the keyless access transmitter
is pressed.
After making selections, touch the Back screen button
to return to the PERSONAL SETTINGS screen.
When any of the following features are selected on,
the button next to the name will appear highlighted.
Auto EXIT Seat Recall: When on, the previously
programmed exit seat position is recalled when your
vehicle is turned off, the shift lever is in PARK (P), and
the driver door is opened.
Auto EXIT steering column recall: When on, the
previously programmed exit steering column position is
recalled when your vehicle is turned off, the shift lever is
in PARK (P), and the driver door is opened.
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Remote Start
Your vehicle’s system may have one of the following
remote start menus:
After making selections, touch the Back screen button
to return to the PERSONAL SETTINGS screen.
When this feature or any of the following features are
selected on, the button next to the name will appear
highlighted.
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Select this screen button to select the features that
remote start will activate. See “Remote Vehicle Start”
under “Keyless Access System Operation” in the Index of
your vehicle’s owner manual for more information. Select
any or all of the following items:
The Remote Start screen button must be highlighted in
order to select the following options.
Climate Control: The climate control system will turn on
when the vehicle is started using remote start. It will be at
the same climate control setting that was last used by the
driver using that keyless access transmitter.
Rear Defog: The rear defogger will turn on when the
vehicle is started using remote start.
Seat Temperature Control: The heated or cooled
seats, if equipped, will turn on when the vehicle is started
using remote start. It will be the same setting that was last
used by the driver using that keyless access transmitter.
Memory
If your vehicle has the memory feature, memory settings
for the following features, for up to two drivers, can be
programmed and recalled:
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The driver’s seat position.
The outside rearview mirrors position.
The telescopic steering column position.
The language, radio and XM™ presets, tone,
volume, playback mode (AM/FM or CD), last
displayed stations, and CD position are set
automatically.
• The last climate control setting is set automatically.
• The Head-Up Display (HUD) position, if equipped,
is set automatically.
• The navigation systems previous destinations,
stored memory points, nametags, paired phones,
navigation voice prompts, etc. are stored
automatically.
• Other personalization settings, for example, remote
start settings.
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Memory Infotainment Settings and Presets
These settings and presets are set automatically.
They include the following:
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Recall or Store Memory Settings
(Displayed after Selecting Vehicle
Screen Button)
Radio presets
Navigation
Address Book
Language
HUD display
Climate control settings
For more information, see each item in the Index of
your vehicle’s owner manual.
Memory features are programmed and recalled through
the navigation system and the voice recognition system.
To store and recall memory settings is dependent on the
type of configure menu screen that your vehicle’s system
displays. Press the CONFIG hard key to determine which
steps to follow next.
Displayed after Selecting Vehicle Screen Button
To either recall or store memory settings, do the
following:
1. Be sure the ignition is either on, in accessory mode,
or in RAP. The vehicle must be stopped and/or the
shift lever must be in PARK (P).
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2. Press any button on the appropriate keyless access
transmitter to identify yourself as Driver 1 or Driver 2.
The numbers on the back of the keyless access
transmitters correspond to the driver number.
3. Press the CONFIG hard key.
4. Touch the Vehicle screen button.
5. Press the Memory screen button.
6. Select either Recall Driver Settings or Store Driver
Settings. See “RECALL Driver Settings” and
“STORE Driver Settings” next for more information.
7. The appropriate driver information should be
highlighted. If you wish to change driver numbers,
touch the appropriate screen button, either
DRIVER 1 or DRIVER 2.
Driver Select: Change which driver is active by
selecting either the Driver 1 or Driver 2 screen buttons.
The numbers on the back of the keyless access
transmitters correspond to the driver number.
RECALL Driver Settings
To recall driver settings that have been stored, do the
following:
If the vehicle is in PARK (P), a beep will sound and your
previously saved driving position will then be recalled.
If the vehicle is not in PARK (P), three beeps will sound
and your previously saved driving position will not be
recalled.
A memory recall can be stopped by pressing any memory
seat or mirror position button. If you would like the stored
driving positions to be recalled when unlocking your
vehicle with the keyless access transmitter or when
starting your vehicle, see “Occupant Position” earlier
in this section.
RECALL EXIT Settings: This screen button allows you
to recall the seat and steering column to the appropriate
exit positions.
If the vehicle is in PARK (P), a beep will sound and your
previously saved exit position will then be recalled. If the
vehicle is not in PARK (P), three beeps will sound and
your previously saved exit position will not be recalled.
A memory recall can be stopped by pressing any memory
seat or mirror position button. If you would like the stored
exit positions to be recalled when your vehicle is in
PARK (P), the vehicle is off, and the driver’s door is
opened, see “Occupant Position” earlier in this section.
RECALL DRIVER Settings: Touch this screen button
to have your previously stored seat, steering column,
outside mirror, climate control, and radio positions
recalled.
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STORE Driver Settings
To store driver settings, do the following:
STORE DRIVER Settings: This feature allows you to
store the seat, steering column, and outside mirrors
positions.
To store driver settings, do the following:
1. Select the STORE Driver Settings screen button.
2. Adjust your settings for the driver’s seat, the outside
mirrors, and the steering column to a comfortable
driving position.
3. Select the STORE DRIVER Settings screen button.
A beep will sound to confirm that the driver settings
are stored.
4. Select the other driver number and repeat this
procedure.
The memory settings are now programmed. Any changes
that are made to the Head-Up Display (HUD), navigation
system, and climate controls while driving will be
automatically stored when then ignition is turned off.
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STORE EXIT Settings: This feature allows you to store
exit positions for the seat and steering column.
To store exit settings do the following:
1. Select the STORE Driver Settings screen button.
2. Adjust your settings for the driver’s seat and
the steering column to a comfortable exit position.
3. Select the STORE EXIT Settings screen button.
Two beeps will sound to confirm that the new exit
settings are saved.
4. Select the other driver number and repeat this
procedure.
Store Memory Settings
(Displayed on Configure Menu)
2. Press any button on the appropriate keyless access
transmitter to identify yourself as Driver 1 or Driver 2.
The numbers on the back of the keyless access
transmitters correspond to the driver number.
3. Press the CONFIG hard key.
4. Adjust your settings for the driver’s seat, the outside
mirrors, and the steering column to a comfortable
driving position or exit position.
Displayed on Configure Menu
To store memory settings, do the following:
1. Be sure the ignition is either on, in accessory mode,
or in RAP. The vehicle must be stopped and/or the
shift lever must be in PARK (P).
5. Push and hold either the Driver 1 or Driver 2 screen
buttons to store the driving positions. Push and hold
the Exit screen button to store the exit position.
A beep will sound to confirm that the driver settings
are stored.
Two beeps will sound to confirm that the exit settings
are stored.
The memory settings are now programmed. Any
changes that are made to the Head-Up Display
(HUD), navigation system, and climate controls
while driving will be automatically stored when
then ignition is turned off.
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Recall Memory Settings
(Displayed on Configure Menu)
To recall memory settings, do the following:
1. Be sure the ignition is either on, in accessory mode,
or in RAP. The vehicle must be stopped and/or the
shift lever must be in PARK (P).
2. Press any button on the appropriate keyless access
transmitter to identify yourself as Driver 1 or Driver 2.
The numbers on the back of the keyless access
transmitters correspond to the driver number.
3. Press the CONFIG hard key.
4. Push and release either the Driver 1 or Driver 2
screen buttons to recall the driving positions. Push
and release the Exit screen button to recall the exit
position.
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If the vehicle is in PARK (P), a beep will sound and
your previously saved driving position or exit position
will then be recalled. If the vehicle is not in PARK (P),
three beeps will sound and your previously saved
driving position or exit position will not be recalled.
A memory recall can be stopped by pressing any
memory seat or mirror position button. If you would
like the stored driving positions to be recalled when
unlocking your vehicle with the keyless access
transmitter or when starting your vehicle, see
“Occupant Position” earlier in this section.
Section 6
Phone
Phone .............................................................6-2
Bluetooth® Phone ...........................................6-2
6-1
Phone
Bluetooth® Phone
The navigation system is equipped with Bluetooth®.
Bluetooth® is a wireless communication system that
allows you to use a Bluetooth® compatible phone in a
hands-free mode. You may also set up a phone directory
for use in your vehicle. Up to 12 phones may be
registered with your Bluetooth® system, but only one
phone may be connected at a time.
Setting Up Your Bluetooth® Phone
In order to use your cellular phone with this Bluetooth®
system, your phone must be Bluetooth® compatible.
See your phone information to find out if your phone
supports Bluetooth®. If your phone does support
Bluetooth®, your phone will need to be paired to
the radio.
To use the navigation system to connect or pair to
the phone:
1. Press the CONFIG hard key.
2. Select the
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E (Bluetooth®) screen button.
3. Select the Search screen button. The system will
search for the compatible Bluetooth® devices.
Your phone must be in the discoverable mode or
the Bluetooth® feature must be on, to be found
by the Bluetooth system.
4. Choose your device by touching the icon next to
the device name. Scroll through the choices using
the arrow buttons.
5. Select the Connect screen button. Your phone and
the Bluetooth® system will begin a connecting
procedure.
6. Follow the instructions on the screen of the phone.
They will differ depending on your phone. Refer to
your phone instructions for further information.
To use the phone to connect or pair to the navigation
system:
1. Press the CONFIG hard key.
2. Select the
E (Bluetooth®) screen button.
3. Select the Receive screen button. Use your phone’s
search feature to select the vehicle from the phone’s
list of Bluetooth® devices found.
4. Follow the instructions on the screen of the phone.
They will differ depending on your phone. Refer to
your phone instructions for further information.
The following options are available when in the
Bluetooth® set up screen.
z (Page Down):
Select this screen button to scroll
down the list one page at a time.
F (Cancel):
Select this screen button to return to the
setup screen.
Registered Device: Select this screen button to display
a list of all Bluetooth® phones that have been registered
(connected) to your vehicle. From this list you can set
your default device, change the phones to be used in the
vehicle, search for a new device, delete a device, and
receive or connect a new device.
New Device: Select this screen button when you are
in the process of adding a new phone to be used in
the vehicle. From this menu you can receive a
new device or search for new devices.
My Info (Information): Select this screen button to
display the details of your Bluetooth® device including
the name and passkey information. Selecting Device
Name allows you to edit the name of the Bluetooth®
device name. Selecting PASS-Key® allows you to
edit the pairing passkey used for your vehicle. The
system default device name is “Cadillac STS” and
the PASS-Key® is set to “1234”.
{ (Page Up):
Select this screen button to scroll up the
list one page at a time.
W (Back): Select this screen button to return the
previous screen.
Connect: Select this screen button to connect your
phone to the Bluetooth® system.
Receive: Select this screen button to have your
Bluetooth® system connect to your phone when you
are using your phone as the device to initiate pairing.
This allows your phone to search for other devices and
to find and connect to your vehicle. When this button
is pressed, the navigation system is waiting to be
connected to a device.
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Y (Delete):
Select this screen button to delete paired
items one at a time.
To delete an item:
1. Select the item from the device list.
Press the AUX hard key to get to the BLUETOOTH
PHONE screen. The screen will be displayed even if the
phone is not connected. If the phone is not connected,
the system will display “Bluetooth phone not available,
please check phone.”
2. Select the delete screen button.
Default: Select this screen button to set a device as
the default.
To set a device as a default:
1. Select the device name from the device list.
2. Select the Default screen button.
The device will be underlined. The system will
automatically connect to the defaulted device
when entering your vehicle.
Search: This screen button will begin the system’s
search for all available Bluetooth® phones in a
designated area.
Bluetooth® Phone Screen
E (Bluetooth):
This information on this screen depends on the
information received from the phone. Some phones may
not support this feature. While in this screen you can
use the different features to dial or to make a call.
^ (Call Status):
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Select this screen button to get to the
Bluetooth® screen.
This area will indicate the call status.
It will indicate whether or not there is good signal strength
and whether or not the phone is in service range.
q (Backspace): Select this screen button to delete
numbers after they have been entered. Select and
release to delete numbers one-by-one or hold it down
to delete all numbers at the same time.
Switch Call: Use this screen button to switch calls
during a call-waiting situation.
Hands Free: Select this screen button to put the phone
in hands-free mode and to hear it through the vehicle’s
speakers.
Private: Select this screen button to put the phone in
handset mode.
Last 10: This screen button will take you to a screen
showing your last 10 calls either sent or received
using Bluetooth®. You are able to place phone calls
from this screen. See the “Last 10 Calls Screen” later
in this section for more information.
g (Phone Book): This screen button will take you to
the phone book screen. From this screen you can store
names in the Bluetooth® system to be used to dial calls
from. This address book is independent of the phone’s
address book and data cannot be transferred from the
Bluetooth® phone book to the phone’s address book or
vise versa.
V (Send/End Call):
This screen button will let you
place a call after using the alpha keypad or to end a call
at the end of the conversation. When you send a call,
the button will be green. When you are in a call the
button will be red to indicate that touching the button
will end the call.
Dialing and Making Calls Using Your
Bluetooth® Phone
Once your phone has been set up, you are ready to
begin using it.
1. Press the AUX hard key to enter the BLUETOOTH
PHONE screen.
2. Select the Bluetooth® screen button (
E ).
3. Use the keypad to input the number you wish to
call. You can also select the number from the
phone book or from the last 10 calls.
4. Select the phone icon screen button to place the call.
5. When you are ready to hang up, press the phone
icon screen button again to disconnect the call.
To reduce driver distraction, the phone screen buttons
are not available while driving. See “Defensive Driving”
in the Index of your vehicle’s owner manual for more
information.
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Phone Book Screen
This screen allows access to your Bluetooth® Phone
Book where you can store names and phone numbers.
Information in this screen must be inputted using the New
screen button or by copying and adding the number from
the last 10 dialed or received options. This phone book is
stored on the Bluetooth® system. Phone book entries can
not be transferred to the phone address book.
{ (Page Up):
This screen button scrolls up the list
one page at a time.
y (Scroll Up): This screen button scrolls up the list
one entry at a time.
z (Scroll Down): This screen button scrolls down the
list one entry at a time.
z (Page Down):
This screen button scrolls down the
list one page at a time.
Q (OnStar):
Select this screen button to use the
OnStar system to place a phone call. See OnStar®
System on page 2-50 for more information.
Video: Select this screen button when using an
auxiliary device. See Auxiliary Devices on page 3-23
for more information.
F (Cancel):
Select this screen button to return to the
BLUETOOTH PHONE screen.
W (Back): This screen button will return the screen to
the previous page.
qr (Scroll to End/Beginning): These screen
buttons will allow you to scroll through the entry as
necessary.
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New: This screen button will begin the creation of a
new phone book entry.
To add a new phone book entry, do the following:
1. Select the New screen button.
2. Select a name or phone screen button entry.
3. Use the keypads to input the name and telephone
number. You may have a maximum of 24 characters.
4. If you want, you may also add a nametag to the
entry to work with the voice recognition. You may
have up to 20 nametags for phone book entries
in use at a time.
5. When you have completed entering the information,
touch the OK screen button.
To delete a phone book entry:
1. Select the
g (phone book) screen button.
2. Select the name that you wish to delete.
3. Select the Edit screen button.
4. Select the
To add a nametag to a specific name:
1. Select the
g (phone book) screen button.
2. Select the name that you wish to add a nametag to.
3. Select the Edit screen button.
4. Select the Add Nametag screen button.
5. The system will request that you state the name
you wish to associate with this entry.
6. The system will playback the name and request
confirmation. Say “Yes” to confirm or “No” to cancel.
To delete a nametag:
1. Select the
g (phone book) screen button.
2. Select the name to delete.
3. Select the Edit screen button.
4. Select the Del Nametag screen button.
5. The system will request confirmation. Press Yes to
confirm or No to cancel.
Y (delete) screen button.
5. The system will request confirmation. Press Yes to
confirm or No to cancel.
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Edit: This screen button allows you to edit an existing
phone book entry.
Y All (Delete All):
This screen button deletes all phone
book entries.
Last 10 Calls Screen
This screen shows either the last 10 calls that have been
placed or the last 10 calls received by your Bluetooth®
system. The newest calls are at the top of the list.
{ (Page Up):
This screen button scrolls up the list
one page at a time.
Last 10: This screen button will take you to a screen
showing your last 10 calls either sent or received using
the Bluetooth system. You are able to place phone calls
from this screen. See the “Last 10 Calls Screen” later in
this section for more information.
y (Scroll Up): This screen button scrolls up the list
one entry at a time.
g (Phone Book): This screen button will take you to
the phone book screen.
z (Scroll Down): This screen button scrolls down the
list one entry at a time.
V (Send/End Call):
z (Page Down):
This screen button will let you
place a call after touching the appropriate phone book
entry or to cancel a call at the end of the conversation.
This screen button scrolls down the
list one page at a time.
F (Cancel):
Selecting this screen button to return to
the BLUETOOTH PHONE screen.
W (Back): This screen button will return the screen to
the previous page.
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qr (Scroll to End/Beginning): These screen
buttons will allow you to scroll through the entry as
necessary.
Save: This screen button will allow you to save the
entry in your phone book.
Y All (Delete All):
This screen button deletes all phone
book entries in the screen you are currently in, either
received or sent.
Dialing from Navigation Screens
When a Bluetooth® phone is connected you can use
the V (Send/End Call) screen button to dial the
associated number. Press the Info screen button when it
appears on the display. The V (Send/End Call) screen
button will appear next to the telephone number. Press
the screen button and the number will be dialed. For
example, dial a POI number (restaurant, bank, etc.),
dial a number associated with a preset destination.
g (Phone Book): This screen button will take you to
the phone book screen.
V (Send/End Call):
This screen button will let you
place a call after touching the appropriate phone book
entry or to cancel a call at the end of the conversation.
Sent: Selecting this screen button will give you the
list of the last 10 calls sent from the system.
Received: Selecting this screen button will give you the
list of the last 10 calls received on the system.
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✍ NOTES
6-10
A
D
Address ......................................................... 2-39
Alpha-Numeric Keypad ...................................... 2-3
Audio Adjust .................................................... 3-5
Audio System .................................................. 3-2
Auto Reroute .................................................. 2-15
Database Coverage Explanations ...................... 2-70
Destination ..................................................... 2-37
Dialing and Making Calls Using Your
Bluetooth® Phone .......................................... 6-5
Dialing from Navigation Screens ......................... 6-9
Display, Cleaning ............................................ 1-12
B
Bluetooth® Phone Screen .................................. 6-4
C
Canadian Owners ................................................ ii
Canceling Guidance ........................................ 1-11
Change Route ................................................ 2-17
Cleaning the Display ....................................... 1-12
Coordinates ................................................... 2-50
E
Emergency .................................................... 2-48
Entering the Personalization Menu ...................... 5-4
F
Finding a Station .............................................. 3-3
Freeway Entrance/Exit ..................................... 2-47
1
G
L
Getting Started, Navigation ................................ 1-4
Getting Started on Your Route .......................... 2-52
Global Positioning System (GPS) ...................... 2-67
Guidance Volume ........................................... 1-12
Guidance Windows ......................................... 2-12
Language ........................................................ 5-2
Lights/Horn ...................................................... 5-9
Lock/Unlock ..................................................... 5-7
H
Magnetic Ride Control (Magnetic Ride Control
Displayed on Configure Menu) ........................ 2-66
Map .............................................................. 2-44
Map Adjustments .............................................. 2-5
Map Scales ..................................................... 2-5
Maps .............................................................. 2-4
Memory ......................................................... 5-15
Memory Points ....................................... 2-23, 2-49
Menu
Navigation .................................................. 2-16
Hard Keys ....................................................... 2-2
Home ............................................................ 2-52
I
Installing the Map DVD ..................................... 2-5
Intersection .................................................... 2-45
2
M
N
P
Navigation
Getting Started ............................................. 1-4
Menu ......................................................... 2-16
System Overview .......................................... 1-2
Using the System .......................................... 2-2
Phone Number ............................................... 2-46
Playing an Audio CD ....................................... 3-14
Playing an Audio or Video DVD ........................ 3-19
Playing the Radio ............................................. 3-2
Point of Interest (POI) ..................................... 2-41
Preset Destination ........................................... 2-51
Preset Stations ................................................. 3-4
Previous Destination ........................................ 2-49
Problems with Route Guidance ......................... 2-69
O
Occupant Information ....................................... 5-11
Occupant Position ........................................... 5-12
OnStar® System ............................................. 2-55
Ordering
Map DVDs ................................................. 2-70
Overview, Navigation System ............................. 1-2
Owners, Canadian ............................................... ii
R
Radio ............................................................. 3-2
Radio Data System (RDS) ................................. 3-7
Recall Memory Settings (Displayed on
Configure Menu) .......................................... 5-20
Recall or Store Memory Settings (Displayed
after Selecting Vehicle Screen Button) .............. 5-16
Region .......................................................... 2-38
Regional Maps ................................................. 2-4
Remote Start .................................................. 5-14
3
S
U
Scrolling the Map ............................................. 2-6
Setting Radio Station Presets ............................. 1-7
Setting the Search Area .................................... 2-5
Setting the Time ............................................... 1-7
Setting Up Your Bluetooth® Phone ...................... 6-2
Setting the Region, Entering an Address and Point
of Interest, and Storing a Home Destination and
Preset Destinations ........................................ 1-8
Six-Disc DVD Changer Errors ........................... 3-24
Store Memory Settings (Displayed on
Configure Menu) .......................................... 5-19
Symbols .......................................................... 2-6
System Needs Service, If ................................. 2-70
Using an MP3 ................................................ 3-16
Using Your Home or Preset Destinations ............ 1-11
T
Three Routes ................................................. 2-54
Touch-Sensitive Screen Buttons .......................... 2-4
Traveling Across Regions ................................. 2-16
4
V
Vehicle Positioning .......................................... 2-68
Voice Recognition ............................................. 4-2
Voice Recognition Commands ............................ 4-5
Voice Recognition Help ..................................... 4-3
X
XM Radio Messages ....................................... 3-10
XM™ Satellite Radio Service .............................. 3-8
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