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2008 Cadillac CTS Navigation System
Overview ........................................................ 1-1
Overview
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Features and Controls ..................................... 2-1
Features and Controls
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Navigation Audio System ................................ 3-1
Navigation Audio System
Speech Recognition ........................................ 4-1
Speech Recognition
Index ................................................................ 1
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  • Page 1 2008 Cadillac CTS Navigation System Overview ............1-1 Navigation Audio System ........ 3-1 Overview Navigation Audio System ..........1-2 ......3-2 Features and Controls ........2-1 Speech Recognition ........4-1 Features and Controls Speech Recognition ........ 2-2 ........4-2 Index ..............1...
  • Page 2 GENERAL MOTORS, GM, the GM Emblem, CADILLAC, Gracenote is a registered trademark of Gracenote, Inc. the CADILLAC Crest & Wreath, and the name CTS are The Gracenote logo and logotype, and the “Powered registered trademarks of General Motors Corporation. by Gracenote” logo are trademarks of Gracenote.
  • Page 3: Canadian Owners

    On peut obtenir un exemplaire de ce guide en français notice. For vehicles first sold in Canada, substitute auprès de concessionnaire ou à l’adresse suivante: the name General Motors of Canada Limited for Cadillac Motor Car Division whenever it appears in this manual. Helm Incorporated P.O.
  • Page 4 ✍ NOTES...
  • Page 5 Section 1 Overview Overview ............1-2 Getting Started ..........1-4 Navigation System Overview ......1-2 Cleaning the Display ........1-11...
  • Page 6 Overview Navigation System Overview...
  • Page 7 H. AUDIO key. See Navigation Audio System on A. VOL/ (Volume/Power Knob). See “Hard Keys” page 3-2 for more information. under Using the Navigation System on page 2-2 for more information. I. NAV (Navigation) Key. See “Hard Keys” under Using the Navigation System on page 2-2 for more B.
  • Page 8: Getting Started

    Getting Started REV (Reverse) Key. See “Timeshift, USB, and iPod” under Navigation Audio System on page 3-2, Read this manual thoroughly to become familiar with CD Player on page 3-10, DVD Player on page 3-18, how the navigation system operates. and Hard Drive Device on page 3-24 for more Keeping your eyes on the road and your mind on the information.
  • Page 9 Use the navigation system to: • CAUTION: Plan a route. • Select a destination using various methods and choices. Taking your eyes off the road too long or too • often while using the navigation system could Follow turn-by-turn route and map guidance with cause a crash resulting in injury or death to voice prompts, only if permitted by traffic laws, controls, and conditions.
  • Page 10 When the navigation system is turned on, a screen may After you acknowledge the start up information you will appear with the information below, and you must be able to access the NAV (navigation) and DEST read and acknowledge the information it contains. (destination) functions.
  • Page 11 Storing Radio Station Presets accessed. Once the NAV or DEST hard keys are pressed, this Caution screen will appear and OK must This feature allows you to store up to 36 preset stations. be pressed to access the navigation map. You can mix AM, FM, and XM (if equipped).
  • Page 12 Entering an Address and Point of 4. Select the Street screen button. Interest, and Storing Preset 5. The Street name category will automatically be selected for entry. Start entering the street name. Destinations It is recommended that you do not enter directional Your vehicle must be in PARK (P) to perform these information or street type, and use the Space screen operations.
  • Page 13 Entering a Point of Interest (POI) 6. Enter the house number. The system will display the house number range that is available for the To set a destination by entering a Point of Interest (POI): street. 1. Press the (power) knob to turn the system on. 7.
  • Page 14: Storing Preset Destinations

    Storing Preset Destinations Using Your Stored Preset Destinations 1. Press the (power) knob to turn the system on. These destinations are available for selection while driving. 2. A caution may appear. Touch the OK screen button to proceed. 1. Press the (power) knob to turn the system on.
  • Page 15: Canceling Guidance

    Canceling Guidance Cleaning the Display Guidance will be canceled once you arrive at your final If the panel or the display is stained, wipe it with a dry, destination. To cancel guidance prior to arrival at the soft cloth, such as a silicon cloth. final destination: Notice: If you use abrasive cleaners when cleaning 1.
  • Page 16 ✍ NOTES 1-12...
  • Page 17: Table Of Contents

    Section 2 Features and Controls Features and Controls ........2-2 Global Positioning System (GPS) ....2-42 Using the Navigation System ......2-2 Vehicle Positioning ........2-43 Maps ............2-5 Problems with Route Guidance .......2-44 Symbols ............2-7 If the System Needs Service ......2-44 Destination ..........2-12 Ordering Map DVDs ........2-45 Configure Menu ..........2-30 Database Coverage Explanations ....2-45...
  • Page 18: Features And Controls

    Features and Controls TUNE/TONE: Turn this knob to go to the next or previous radio station/channel, track, or chapter. Press this knob to access the Sound screen to adjust bass, Using the Navigation System midrange, treble, and Digital Signal Processing (DSP). See Navigation Audio System on page 3-2, CD This section presents basic information needed to Player on page 3-10, DVD Player on page 3-18, and...
  • Page 19 CONFIG (Configure): Press this key to adjust features (CD/DVD Eject): Press the eject button to eject a for sound, radio, navigation, the display, and clock. CD or a DVD. See Configure Menu on page 2-30 for more information. AUDIO: Press this key to access the full Audio screen RPT (Navigation Repeat): Press this key to repeat to change AM, FM, XM™...
  • Page 20: Touch Screen Buttons

    All characters are touch screen buttons. Touch a FWD (Forward): Press this key to play and to character to select it. pause Timeshift, CD, MP3, DVD, HDD, USB, iPod. See Navigation Audio System on page 3-2, CD Player À-Ý (Accent Alphabet): Select this screen button to on page 3-10, DVD Player on page 3-18, and Hard select letters with accent symbols.
  • Page 21: Maps

    Maps 3. Insert the update disc partway into the slot, label side up. The player pulls it in. This section includes basic information needed to know 4. Update Confirmation screen will be displayed with about the map database. version information, then press Update screen button.
  • Page 22: Handling The Dvd Map Disc

    Handling the DVD Map Disc Map Scales When handling the DVD map disc, be careful of the (Zoom In/Zoom Out): Touch the zoom in or out following: screen buttons or the scale on the bar to change the level of map detail. The scale will appear on the screen once •...
  • Page 23: Symbols

    Symbols depends on where the screen is being touched. The rate will increase when touching closer to the edge of the screen. The following symbols are the most common symbols that will appear on a map screen. If you have used the scroll feature to scroll the map and your vehicle icon becomes lost, press the NAV Your vehicle is shown as (Navigation) key to return to the current vehicle location...
  • Page 24 The waypoint number will This symbol only appears display on the map after a when time is not available. waypoint has been added to your route. The waypoint symbol will be numbered from one through three depending on how many intermediate waypoints have been set.
  • Page 25 Select this screen symbol Press this screen symbol to change to 3-D mode. to switch between The symbol for the 3-D function is the same as the North Up, Heading Up, Heading Up symbol, but shows the map in a 3-D view. and 3-D modes.
  • Page 26: Map Screen

    Displaying Points of Interest (POI) on the Map Screen Select the POI screen button to display or remove POI icons from the map. Displaying POI icons on the map let you know where POIs (i.e. restaurants, gas stations, etc.) are located. This screen will appear after selecting the POI screen button.
  • Page 27 Go: Press this screen button, next to the desired POI, to make this POI a destination or a waypoint. Select a POI name to receive information about the POI. From this screen you can select: Add, to add this POI to the address book, Go, or Map. Add: Press this screen button to add this POI to the address book.
  • Page 28: Destination

    Driving on a Route Auto Reroute When a destination has been routed and you are driving When your destination is set and you are off the planned on route, the map screen will automatically display route, the system will automatically plan a new route and the next maneuver.
  • Page 29 Address Entry Entering the Street Name First 1. Press the DEST hard key. Street: The address entry destination method allows you to enter an address by providing the system with a street 2. Select the Street screen button. name, a city name, or the name of a state or province. 3.
  • Page 30: Getting Started

    6. If there is more than one city, the list of cities that 4. Start entering the street name. have that street address will display. Select a city It is recommended that you do not enter directional from the list. information or street type, and use the Space screen button between street or city names.
  • Page 31 8. Select the route preference (Fastest, Shortest, or If four or less names are available for the entered Easy). The system will highlight the route. characters, a list will display. If more than four are available, there will be a match counter with a 9.
  • Page 32 Point of Interest (POI) Entering the POI Name/Phone Number 1. Press the DEST hard key. 2. Select the Point of Interest screen button. 3. The Name / category will automatically be selected for entry. Start entering the name or select the 0-9 screen button to enter the phone number.
  • Page 33 Entering the City Name First 8. Select the Start Guidance screen button. You are now ready to start your route. 1. Press the DEST hard key. See “Getting Started on Your Route” later in this 2. Select the Point of Interest screen button. section.
  • Page 34: Address Book

    Address Book 3. Select the Go screen button next to the destination. The system will calculate the route. 4. Select the route preference (Fastest, Shortest, or Easy). The system will highlight the route. 5. Select the Start Guidance screen button. You are now ready to start your route.
  • Page 35: Previous Destination

    Previous Destination As new destinations are entered, the system will automatically delete the oldest destinations and add the new destinations if the list is full. 1. Press the DEST hard key. 2. Select the Previous Destination screen button. A list of the previous destinations will display. Use the scroll arrows to the left to scroll through the list.
  • Page 36: From Map

    From Map 3. Use the (zoom in/out) screen buttons and touch on the map to find the area that you would like to select as your destination. Pressing/holding and dragging your finger on the map will activate fast scrolling. 4. Press the i button and the map screen will display the address information of the scrolled location.
  • Page 37 Coordinates 3. Select the Coordinates screen button, then enter the numeric portion of the latitude and longitude coordinate. 4. Once both coordinates are entered, select the OK screen button. The map screen, with the scrolled location, will display. 5. Select the Go screen button. If the coordinate is near a street or POI, the system will calculate a route to that street or POI.
  • Page 38: Preset Destination

    Preset Destination one of the screen buttons, the button will be dimmed and not available for use. See “Adding or Changing Preset Destinations” later in this section for information on how to add a preset destination. 1. Press the DEST hard key. 2.
  • Page 39: Getting Started On Your Route

    Getting Started on Your Route Turn List Once you have entered a destination there are several functions that can be performed. Press the DEST hard key to access the Route screen. Turn List: Select this screen button, from the Route screen, to view the list of maneuvers for the entire route.
  • Page 40: Route Preview

    Route Preview (Reverse Scroll): Select this screen button to reverse scroll to the start point. (Fast Reverse Scroll): Select this screen button to fast reverse scroll to the start point. This button will display once the reverse scroll button has been selected.
  • Page 41 Detour Add Waypoint Detour: Select this screen button from the Route screen, then select to detour 1, 3, 5, 15, or 25 miles (2, 5, 10, 20, or 40 km) around the current route. Select Entire Route to detour the entire route. This option is only available while you are driving on a route.
  • Page 42: Cancel Guidance

    Suspend Guidance To add a waypoint: 1. Press the DEST hard key. Press this screen button, from the Route screen, to put the current route on hold. 2. Select the Add screen button. This button will only appear if a route has been calculated. Resume Guidance 3.
  • Page 43 Preset Destinations — Adding or Adding or Changing Destinations Changing 1. Press the DEST hard key. 2. Select the Address Book screen button. This feature allows you to add or change one of six preset destinations. When a destination has been 3.
  • Page 44 Address Book — Editing and Deleting 4. Touch the Name screen button and use the alpha keyboard to edit or add the name. Entries 5. Touch the OK screen button to save your changes. To add or change the phone number of an address book entry: 1.
  • Page 45 3. Select the address book entry to change. To delete an address book entry: 4. Touch the Icon screen button. 1. Press the DEST hard key. 5. Select an icon from the list. 2. Select the Address Book screen button. A list of address book entries will display.
  • Page 46: Configure Menu

    Configure Menu Sound Press the CONFIG key to enter the Menu options, then press the CONFIG key repeatedly until Sound is selected or touch the Sound screen button to make speaker and DSP (Digital Signal Processing) adjustments. See Navigation Audio System on page 3-2 for more information.
  • Page 47 Nav (Navigation) Voice Volume Touch the Voice Volume screen button to change the volume of the voice prompts or to turn the voice prompts on and off. Master Volume Level: Touch the + (plus) or − (minus) screen buttons to increase or to decrease the volume of all voice categories.
  • Page 48: Route Preference

    Route Preference Back Track Touch the Route Preference screen button to change Touch the Back Track screen button to turn recording route options when the system calculates a route. and displaying on and off or to delete the path being traveled when not on a marked road.
  • Page 49 XM NavTraffic™ (USA Only) Traffic information is delivered to the vehicle by the XM™ Radio satellites. XM NavTraffic™ makes it Your vehicle’s navigation system may have an possible for the navigation system to provide XM NavTraffic™ receiver. XM NavTraffic™ is a continuously updated traffic information personalized subscription service provided via XM™...
  • Page 50 Turning XM NavTraffic™ On and Off • Yellow indicates that a minor traffic condition in the general area. To turn traffic on or off: • Red indicates that, while under route guidance, 1. Press the CONFIG hard key, then press the a quicker route is available.
  • Page 51 To view the traffic condition location and information on the map: 1. Press the NAV key, then press the NAV key repeatedly until Traffic is selected, or touch the Traffic screen button. A list of traffic conditions may display with the direction and how far away the traffic conditions are from your vehicle’s current position.
  • Page 52 Avoid Traffic Condition Scrolling Map Avoid: You must be on Route Guidance and the traffic condition must be on your route for the Avoid feature to work. Touch the Avoid screen button next to the traffic condition that you would like to avoid. The current route will update to remove the area with the traffic condition from the route.
  • Page 53 Use Traffic Information for Guidance Alternate Route Selecting Use Traffic Information for Guidance will When the pop-up display “Detour Available” appears on enable the system to show a pop-up screen notifying the screen to notify you that a possibly quicker route you of a possible quicker route, when driving using is available, you can select an alternate route, to detour a planned route.
  • Page 54 Traffic Condition Symbols Accident. The following are traffic condition symbols that can appear on the display: Stopped traffic. Road closed. Traffic jam. Lane Narrows. 2-38...
  • Page 55 Road work. Construction. Road visibility. Alert. Other. Road condition. 2-39...
  • Page 56 Display Brightness/Contrast/Mode Touch this screen button to change the brightness, contrast, and mode of the display. (Brightness): Touch the + (plus) or − (minus) screen buttons to increase or decrease the brightness of the screen. (Contrast): Touch the + (plus) or − (minus) screen buttons to increase or decrease the contrast of the screen.
  • Page 57: Setting The Clock

    Setting the Clock 12/24 HR Format: Select the 12 HR screen button for standard time; select the 24 HR screen button The navigation system time and the analog clock are for military time. separate features. Changing the time through the DD/MM or MM/DD Format: Press the + (plus) or navigation system will not change the time on the analog −...
  • Page 58 Global Positioning System (GPS) This system may not be available or interferences may occur if any of the following are true: The navigation system determines the position of your • Signals are obstructed by tall buildings, trees, large vehicle by using satellite signals, various vehicle signals, trucks, or a tunnel.
  • Page 59 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 • The GPS signal is not received. inaccurate due to one or more of the following reasons: •...
  • Page 60 Problems with Route Guidance • The route prohibits the entry of a vehicle due to a regulation by time or season or any other regulation Inappropriate route guidance may occur under one or which may be given. more of the following conditions: •...
  • Page 61 Ordering Map DVDs Database Coverage Explanations The map data in your vehicle is the most up-to-date Coverage areas vary with respect to the level of map information available when your vehicle was produced. detail available for any given area. Some areas will The map data is updated periodically, provided that feature greater levels of detail than others.
  • Page 62 ✍ NOTES 2-46...
  • Page 63 Section 3 Navigation Audio System Navigation Audio System ........3-2 Hard Drive Device ........3-24 CD Player ...........3-10 Auxiliary Devices ..........3-30 DVD Player ..........3-18...
  • Page 64: Navigation Audio System

    Navigation Audio System Playing the Radio (Power/Volume): Press this knob to turn the audio Notice: Before adding any sound equipment to system on and off. Turn the knob to increase or to the vehicle, such as an audio system, CD player, decrease the volume.
  • Page 65: Finding A Station

    Finding a Station FM source shown, other sources similar FM source shown, other sources similar If you do not want to view a split screen or you are not on a map screen, press the AUDIO hard key. If viewing a map screen, touch the source screen (AM, FM, XM, CD, etc.) button.
  • Page 66 XM lists will also contain a category to select and the stations or channels that pertain to the category. For XM, touch the left and right arrow screen buttons to change categories. The station information will appear on the display. FM lists may also contain a category to select if stations in your area support Radio Data Systems (RDS).
  • Page 67: Sound Menu

    Storing Radio Station Presets Sound Menu This feature allows you to store up to 36 preset stations. You can mix AM, FM, and XM (if equipped). To store presets, do the following: 1. Press the (power) knob to turn the system on. 2.
  • Page 68 Adjusting the Speakers Rear: Select this screen button to adjust the audio to give the rear seat occupants the best possible sound L/R (Left/Right) (Balance): To adjust the balance quality. between the left and the right speakers, touch and hold ®...
  • Page 69: Radio Menu

    Radio Menu Additional Information Displayed Touch the Additional Information Displayed screen button to turn station, channel, CD, and MP3 information on or off. Touch the On screen button to receive information, when it is available, for the following; FM: radio text, XM: Song Title and Artist Name, CD: CD text, MP3: tag information.
  • Page 70 Timeshift This feature is most effective at lower volume settings where background noise can affect how well you Timeshift records all information from AM, FM, or XM, hear the music being played through your vehicle’s if equipped, for up to an hour. Timeshift allows you audio system.
  • Page 71 Radio Data System (RDS) XM™ Satellite Radio Service The audio system has a Radio Data System (RDS). XM™ is a satellite radio service that is based in the RDS features are available for use only on FM stations 48 contiguous United States and 10 Canadian that broadcast RDS information.
  • Page 72 XM™ Radio Messages No CAT Info: No category information is available. The system is working properly. XL (Explicit Language Channels): XL on the radio Theftlocked: The receiver may have previously been in display, after the channel name, indicates content with another vehicle.
  • Page 73 With the ignition on, insert a CD partway into the slot, If there is no apparent damage, try a known good CD. label side up. The player will pull it in and the CD should Notice: If a label is added to a CD, or more than one begin playing.
  • Page 74: Playing An Audio Cd

    Playing an Audio CD (Rewind): Touch and hold this key to rewind quickly through a track selection. You will hear sound at a reduced volume. Release this button to stop rewinding. The display will show the elapsed time of the track. (Forward): Touch and hold this key to fast forward quickly through a track selection.
  • Page 75 Using an MP3 CD and DVD Root Directory MP3 Format The root directory will be treated as a folder. If the root directory has compressed audio files, the directory There are guidelines that must be met, when creating an will be displayed as DISC. All files contained directly MP3 disc.
  • Page 76 Order of Play Preprogrammed Playlists Tracks will be played in the following order: You can access preprogrammed playlists which were created by WinAmp™, MusicMatch™, or Real Jukebox™ • Play will begin from the first track in the first playlist software, however, you will not have editing capability. and will continue sequentially through all tracks in These playlists will be treated as special folders each playlist.
  • Page 77 in skipping, difficulty in finding tracks, and/or difficulty in or you are not on a map screen, press the AUDIO key, loading and ejecting. If these problems occur, check then press the AUDIO key until MP3 is selected or the bottom surface of the CD. If the surface of the CD is touch the MP3 screen button.
  • Page 78 Music Navigator: Press the center button on the main (Rewind): Touch and hold this key to rewind quickly screen to display Music Navigator. through a track selection. You will hear sound at a reduced volume. Release this button to stop rewinding. Selecting any of the following screen buttons, when in The display will show the elapsed time of the track.
  • Page 79 • CD Messages Album: Press this button to view the albums that have been stored on the DISC. Select an album If Disc Read Error appears on the display and/or the CD name to view all songs on that list, select a song. comes out, it could be for one of the following reasons: It may take a few minutes for the system to show the •...
  • Page 80: Dvd Player

    DVD Player increase in skipping, difficulty in finding chapters, and/or difficulty in loading and ejecting. If these problems occur, check the bottom surface of the DVD. If the surface of the The player can be used for CD, MP3, DVD audio, and DVD is damaged, such as cracked, broken, or scratched, as a DVD video player.
  • Page 81: Playing A Dvd

    Playing a DVD There are three ways to play a DVD: • Once a DVD is inserted, the system will automatically start play of the DVD. • If you are on a map screen, touch the DVD screen button. • Press the AUDIO hard key, then touch the DVD screen button.
  • Page 82 Move: Touch this button to move the cursor buttons back and forth from the bottom-right corner to the top-left corner of the screen. Random: Touch this button to hear the tracks in random, rather than sequential, order. Touch Random again to turn off random play. This button is not available for DVD video.
  • Page 83 Audio Stream: Press this button to display the audio Setup: Touch this button to display the DVD Setup stream number and to change the language heard. screen. The DVD Setup screen allows you to change the Repeatedly press this button to toggle through the initial settings;...
  • Page 84 Aspect: Touch this button to change the aspect ratio of the DVD. This may not be available on all DVDs. Brightness/Contrast/Mode: From the DVD Setup screen, touch this button to change the brightness, contrast, and mode of the screen while playing a DVD. (Brightness): Touch the up or down screen arrows to increase or decrease the brightness of the DVD screen.
  • Page 85: Dvd Messages

    DVD Messages Autoplay: From the DVD Setup screen, touch this button to turn autoplay on or off. When on, if the DVD If Disc Read Error appears on the display and/or the has stayed in the menu, it will begin playing the DVD comes out, it could be for one of the following movie after the menu displays for five seconds.
  • Page 86: Hard Drive Device

    Hard Drive Device Recording from a CD To record all tracks: With a hard drive device you are able to record songs from your CD player or a mass media storage device 1. Load a CD. connected by a USB connector. The hard drive will To record an audiobook from a CD or a USB, you have at most 9 GB memory capacity for storage must register with audible.com to receive an ID...
  • Page 87 Recording from a USB Device To record selected tracks: 1. Load a CD. To record all tracks: 2. Touch the Track List screen button in the middle of 1. Connect a USB device. the screen. To record an audiobook from a CD or a USB, you 3.
  • Page 88 To record selected tracks: 1. Connect a USB device. 2. Touch the USB screen button in the middle of the screen. 3. Select the media from the Music Navigator screen. To record an audiobook from a CD or a USB, you must register with audible.com to receive an ID number.
  • Page 89 Music Navigator Screen DEL (Delete): You must select a song from one of the Music Navigator screens or you must be listening to Selecting any of the following screen buttons, when in a song to delete it. Once the song is selected, press the HDD, displays the Music Navigator screen for each DEL hard key.
  • Page 90 Artist: Press this button to view the artists that have Once a audiobook has been selected from this category, been stored on the HDD. Select an artist name to view the “Audiobook” will appear in the center button on all songs in this list, select a song to listen to. the main screen to show that you are playing in this mode.
  • Page 91: Duplicate Content

    Duplicate Content Saving HDD Favorites When record is executed the system checks to see if During HDD playback, select one of the lower buttons the CD has already been recorded to the hard drive. to save songs in its category. Each category has If the entire contents of the CD still exists on the six presets.
  • Page 92: Auxiliary Devices

    Auxiliary Devices device must be connected for the AUX screen button to appear as an option to select or the vehicle must The navigation system has an auxiliary input jack have rear auxiliary jacks. located in the center console. This is not an audio The screen buttons will be dependent of the type of output;...
  • Page 93: Usb Background Recording

    USB Media Recording Using the Radio Controls to Connect and Control Your iPod A USB Mass Storage device such as a “pen drive” or a portable USB hard drive can be connected to the You can control your iPod using the radio buttons and USB port to record media contents, such as compressed knobs and display your iPod song information on audio files from the USB storage device onto the HDD.
  • Page 94 To connect and control your iPod, connect one end of If you have an older iPod model that is not supported or the specially purchased iPod connection cable to the do not have the special iPod connection cable, you iPod’s dock connector. Connect the other end to both can still listen to your iPod in your vehicle by connecting the USB port and the auxiliary input jack.
  • Page 95 ® Updating the Gracenote Database Microsoft License Agreement 1. Turn the ignition on. Read the following for more information on the software license agreement between GM and affiliated companies 2. Press the (power) knob to turn the system on. ® of Microsoft Corporation: 3.
  • Page 96 This EULA grants you the following license to use the NO LIABILITY FOR CERTAIN DAMAGES. EXCEPT SOFTWARE only on the DEVICE. AS PROHIBITED BY LAW, MS, MICROSOFT CORPORATION AND THEIR AFFILIATES SHALL THE SOFTWARE IS NOT FAULT TOLERANT. GM HAS HAVE NO LIABILITY FOR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INDEPENDENTLY DETERMINED HOW TO USE CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES...
  • Page 97 The SOFTWARE may permit GM, MS, Microsoft If SOFTWARE is provided by GM separate from the Corporation or their affiliates to provide or make DEVICE on separate media and labeled “Recovery available to you SOFTWARE updates, supplements, Media” you may use the Recovery Media solely to add-on components, or Internet-based services restore or reinstall the SOFTWARE originally installed components of the SOFTWARE after the date you...
  • Page 98 All title and intellectual property rights in and to the Product support for the SOFTWARE is not provided by SOFTWARE (including but not limited to any images, MS, its parent corporation Microsoft Corporation, or their photographs, animations, video, audio, music, text affiliates or subsidiaries.
  • Page 99 Section 4 Speech Recognition Speech Recognition .........4-2 Weather ............4-4...
  • Page 100 Speech Recognition Speech Recognition — Canceling Press the Mute/Voice button while using speech The navigation system’s speech recognition allows for recognition. Press this button again to turn speech hands-free operation of navigation and audio system recognition back on. features. Speech Recognition — Overview Speech recognition can be used when the ignition is on or when Retained Accessory Power (RAP) is active.
  • Page 101 Speech Recognition — Commands Radio Commands: These commands are available when listening to AM or FM stations or XM™ Press the INFO hard key to enter the menu options, (if equipped) channels. press the INFO key repeatedly until Speech Help is selected or touch the Speech Help screen button.
  • Page 102 Weather Extended Forecast: Touch this screen button to view the current condition with a two day forecast for the city of your vehicle’s current position. Press the INFO key, then press the INFO key repeatedly until the Weather screen button is selected or touch Along Route: Touch this screen button to view the the Weather screen button.
  • Page 103: Cleaning The Display

    Address Book — Editing and Deleting Entries ..2-28 Database Coverage Explanations ...... 2-45 Address Book — Storing Destinations ....2-27 Deleting Personal Information ......1-7 Alpha-Numeric Keyboard ........2-4 Destination ............. 2-12 Audio System ..........3-2 Disk Drive, HDD ..........3-24 Auto Reroute ..........
  • Page 104 Finding a Station ..........3-3 Installing the DVD Map Disc ......2-5 Getting Started, Navigation ........ 1-4 Language — English/Metric ........ 1-7 Getting Started on Your Route ......2-23 Global Positioning System (GPS) ...... 2-42 Map Adjustments ..........2-6 Map Coverage ..........2-5 Handling the DVD Map Disc ......
  • Page 105 Nav (Navigation) ..........2-31 Playing a DVD ..........3-19 Navigation Playing the Radio ..........3-2 Getting Started ..........1-4 Preset Destinations — Adding or Changing ..2-27 System Overview .......... 1-2 Previous Destinations — Deleting ...... 2-29 Using the System .......... 2-2 Problems with Route Guidance ......
  • Page 106 Scrolling the Map ..........2-6 Using an MP3 CD and DVD ......3-13 Setting the Clock ..........2-41 Using Your Stored Preset Destinations ....1-10 Sound ............2-30 Sound Menu ............ 3-5 Storing Radio Station Presets ...... 1-7, 3-5 Symbols ............2-7 Vehicle Positioning ..........

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