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GMC CHEVROLET Silverado 6500HD 2019 Owner's Manual

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  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introduction ..... . 2 In Brief ......5 Keys, Doors, and Windows .
  • Page 3: Introduction

    Introduction Introduction This manual describes features that Helm, Incorporated may or may not be on the vehicle Attention: Customer Service because of optional equipment that 47911 Halyard Drive was not purchased on the vehicle, Plymouth, MI 48170 model variants, country specifications, features/applications Using this Manual that may not be available in your...
  • Page 4 Introduction A circle with a slash through it is a Vehicle Symbol Chart Danger safety symbol which means Do Here are some additional symbols Not, Do not do this, or Do not let that may be found on the vehicle Danger indicates a hazard with a this happen.
  • Page 5 Introduction : Keep Fuse Block Covers Properly Installed : Lane Change Alert : Lane Departure Warning : Lane Keep Assist : Malfunction Indicator Lamp : Oil Pressure : Park Assist : Pedestrian Ahead Indicator : Power : Rear Cross Traffic Alert : Registered Technician : Remote Vehicle Start : Seat Belt Reminders...
  • Page 6: In Brief

    In Brief In Brief Satellite Radio ....21 Portable Audio Devices ..21 Bluetooth ..... . 21 Steering Wheel Controls .
  • Page 7: Instrument Panel

    In Brief Instrument Panel Base Shown, Uplevel Similar...
  • Page 8 In Brief 1. Instrument Panel Illumination Tow/Haul Selector Button (If Power Take Off (PTO) Control 0 137. Equipped). See Tow/Haul Switch (If Equipped). See Mode 0 227. Power Take-Off (PTO) 0 270. 2. Integrated Trailer Brake Control (ITBC) System (If Equipped). Range Selection Mode (If Traction Control System See Towing Equipment 0 257.
  • Page 9: Initial Drive Information

    In Brief 20. Horn 0 97. Initial Drive 21. Steering Wheel Adjustment Information 0 96 (Out of View). This section provides a brief 22. Cruise Control 0 237. overview about some of the 23. Data Link Connector (DLC) important features that may or may (Out of View).
  • Page 10: Remote Vehicle Start

    In Brief Canceling a Remote Start Power Door Locks : If equipped, press and release and then immediately press and To cancel a remote start, do one of hold for at least four seconds to the following: start the engine. See Remote Press and hold until the Vehicle Start 0 34.
  • Page 11: Windows

    In Brief Seat Adjustment : Press to unlock the doors. See Door Locks 0 35 and Power Manual Seats Door Locks 0 36. Windows Power Windows Crew Cab Power windows work when the ignition is on, in ACC/ACCESSORY, or when Retained Accessory Power To adjust a manual seat: (RAP) is active.
  • Page 12 In Brief Power Seats Lumbar Adjustment Power Lumbar Manual Lumbar To adjust the power lumbar support, To adjust a power seat, if equipped: if equipped: Move the seat forward or If equipped, move the lever up or Press and hold the control rearward by sliding the control down repeatedly to increase or forward to increase or rearward...
  • Page 13: Heated Seats

    In Brief See Lumbar Adjustment 0 48. To return the seatback to the upright Tilt the top of the control forward position: to raise. Reclining Seatbacks 1. Lift the lever fully without See Reclining Seatbacks 0 49. Manual Reclining Seatbacks applying pressure to the Heated Seats seatback, and the seatback will...
  • Page 14: Head Restraint Adjustment

    In Brief Head Restraint Seat Belts Airbag On-Off Switch Adjustment If the instrument panel endcap has the switch pictured in the following Do not drive until the head restraints illustration, the vehicle has an for all occupants are installed and airbag on-off switch that you can adjusted properly.
  • Page 15: Steering Wheel Adjustment

    In Brief Exterior Mirrors Interior Mirror Manual Mirrors Adjustment If equipped, adjust manual mirrors Adjust the mirror for a clear view of by moving them up and down or left the area behind the vehicle. to right to see a little of the side of Manual Dimming Rearview Mirror the vehicle and to have a clear view behind the vehicle.
  • Page 16: Interior Lighting

    In Brief To adjust the steering wheel: There are dome lamps in the There are reading lamps in the overhead console and the headliner, overhead console and the headliner, 1. Hold the steering wheel and if equipped. if equipped. To operate, the ignition pull the lever.
  • Page 17: Exterior Lighting

    In Brief Exterior Lighting roof marker lamps (if equipped), The windshield wipers are controlled front/rear sidemarker lamps, and by turning the band with on it. license plate lamps. : Fast wipes. : Turns on the parking lamps : Slow wipes. including all lamps, except the headlamps.
  • Page 18: Climate Controls

    In Brief Climate Controls These systems control the heating, cooling, and ventilation. Climate Control System (with Heater Only) 1. Fan Control 4. Defrost 2. Air Recirculation 5. TEMP (Temperature Control) 3. Air Delivery Mode Controls...
  • Page 19: Transmission

    In Brief 1. To enable the Range Selection Climate Control System (with Air Conditioning) feature, move the shift lever to the L (Manual Mode) position. The current range will appear next to the L. This is the highest attainable range with all lower gears accessible.
  • Page 20 In Brief Manual Locking Hubs Transfer Case Controls Use these controls to shift into and Warning out of the different four-wheel drive modes. It is dangerous to get out of the Electronic Transfer Case vehicle if the shift lever is not fully in P (Park) with the parking brake firmly set.
  • Page 21: Vehicle Features

    In Brief Vehicle Features MENU : Press to select a menu. 4 (Four-Wheel Drive High) : Use this setting when extra traction is : Press to seek the previous needed, such as on snowy or icy Infotainment System station or track. roads or in most off-road situations.
  • Page 22: Satellite Radio

    In Brief Setting the Clock See Satellite Radio (Base Radio See Bluetooth (Overview) 0 174 or with Touchscreen) 0 154 or Satellite Bluetooth (Infotainment Controls) See Clock 0 98. Radio (Base Radio) 0 154. 0 175. Satellite Radio Portable Audio Devices Steering Wheel Controls Vehicles with a SiriusXM satellite This vehicle may have a 3.5 mm...
  • Page 23: Cruise Control

    In Brief 1. Favorite: When on a radio +RES : If there is a set speed in : Press to reject an incoming source, press to select the next memory, press briefly to resume to call or end a current call. Press to or previous favorite.
  • Page 24: Rear Vision Camera (rvc)

    In Brief If the vehicle has the uplevel See Driver Information Center (DIC) Vehicles with a Center Console instrument cluster, the right steering (Base Level) 0 119 or Driver One or two in front of the wheel controls are used to operate Information Center (DIC) (Uplevel) cupholders on the center the DIC.
  • Page 25: Performance And Maintenance

    In Brief Performance and does not have DIC buttons, the Driving for Better Fuel vehicle must be in P (Park) to Economy Maintenance access this display. Driving habits can affect fuel 2. Press and hold on the DIC, Fuel mileage. Here are some driving tips or the trip odometer reset stem to get the best fuel economy Use of diesel fuel with ultra low...
  • Page 26: Diesel Particulate Filter

    In Brief Replace the vehicle's tires with Manual Regeneration of Diesel Scroll through the DIC pages to find the same TPC Spec number the Exhaust Filter menu. Depending Particulate Filter molded into the tire's sidewall on whether the vehicle has a base If equipped, this feature allows for near the size.
  • Page 27 In Brief No diagnostic trouble codes If the EXHAUST BRAKE ON Warning (Continued) have been set, and the message displays, then the switch malfunction indicator lamp is was released too soon. Press it Remember that the temperature not on. again to turn off the exhaust brake, of exhaust gases is high enough then try again when the DIC The engine coolant temperature...
  • Page 28 In Brief Cleaning the DPF (Exhaust of the DPF. When the engine Do Not Use Low Sulfur Diesel computer detects that the DPF is Fuel (LSD) Filter) nearly full of particulates and that Do not use fuel that is dispensed While the DPF cleaning is the vehicle is not being operated in from pumps bearing the LSD label.
  • Page 29: Diesel Exhaust Fluid

    In Brief Diesel Exhaust Fluid As the DEF tank becomes low on fluid, the Driver Information Center Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) is used (DIC) will begin to display warnings with diesel engines to reduce the to indicate the approximate amount of regulated emissions remaining range.
  • Page 30: Keys, Doors, And Windows

    Keys, Doors, and Windows Keys, Doors, and Interior Mirrors Keys and Locks Interior Rearview Mirrors ..41 Windows Manual Rearview Mirror ..41 Keys Automatic Dimming Rearview Mirror .
  • Page 31 Keys, Doors, and Windows unintentionally moving the key out Warning (Continued) of the RUN position. The ignition key has a small hole to allow impacted, and airbags may not attachment of the provided key ring. deploy. To reduce the risk of It is important that any replacement unintentional rotation of the ignition keys have a small hole.
  • Page 32 Keys, Doors, and Windows inspect the key blade for debris. 6. The security light will turn off Periodically clean with a brush once the key has been or pick. programmed. 7. Repeat Steps 1 5 if additional Programming Keys keys are to be programmed. Follow these procedures to program If a key is lost or damaged, see your up to eight keys to the vehicle.
  • Page 33: Remote Keyless Entry (rke)

    Keys, Doors, and Windows 3. Wait 10 minutes until the Remote Keyless Entry Other conditions can affect the security light turns off. performance of the RKE transmitter. (RKE) System See Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) 4. Turn the ignition off. System 0 32. See Radio Frequency Statement 5.
  • Page 34 Keys, Doors, and Windows To replace the battery: when is pressed again within Press and hold for at least three seconds. See Vehicle three seconds to sound the panic Personalization 0 124. alarm. The turn signal lamps flash and the horn sounds repeatedly for Pressing arms the alarm system.
  • Page 35: Remote Vehicle Start

    Keys, Doors, and Windows Remote Vehicle Start The engine will turn off during a remote vehicle start if: If equipped with remote start, the The coolant temperature gets climate control system will come on too high. when the vehicle is started remotely, depending on the outside The oil pressure gets low.
  • Page 36: Door Locks

    Keys, Doors, and Windows When the vehicle starts, the Canceling a Remote Start Warning (Continued) parking lamps will turn on. The To cancel a remote start, do one of doors will be locked and the the following: passengers should wear climate control system may seat belts properly and the come on.
  • Page 37: Power Door Locks

    Keys, Doors, and Windows From outside: Power Door Locks : Press to unlock the doors. Use the Remote Keyless Entry Lockout Protection (RKE) transmitter. Use the key in the driver door or If the ignition is on or in ACC/ the passenger door, if equipped.
  • Page 38: Vehicle Security

    Keys, Doors, and Windows Vehicle Security Fast Flash : Vehicle is unsecured. A door, the tailgate, or the hood This vehicle has theft-deterrent is open. features; however, they do not make Slow Flash : Alarm system is the vehicle impossible to steal. armed.
  • Page 39: Immobilizer

    Keys, Doors, and Windows If the driver door is opened without To avoid setting off the alarm by Immobilizer Operation first unlocking with the RKE accident: transmitter, the horn will chirp and Lock the vehicle after all the lights will flash to indicate occupants have exited.
  • Page 40: Exterior Mirrors

    Keys, Doors, and Windows If the engine does not start and the Exterior Mirrors Using hood-mounted air deflectors security light stays on, there is a and add-on convex mirror problem with the system. Turn the attachments could decrease mirror Convex Mirrors ignition off and try again.
  • Page 41: Power Mirrors

    Keys, Doors, and Windows seat. The convex mirror can be Folding Mirrors adjusted manually to the driver Manual Folding preferred position for better vision. If equipped, push the mirror toward The mirror may have a turn signal arrow that flashes in the direction of the vehicle to fold.
  • Page 42: Heated Mirrors

    Keys, Doors, and Windows Heated Mirrors Interior Mirrors Windows : If equipped, the rear window Interior Rearview Mirrors defogger also heats the outside Warning mirrors. Adjust the rearview mirror for a clear Never leave a child, a helpless : If equipped, press to turn the view of the area behind your adult, or a pet alone in a vehicle, heated outside mirrors on or off.
  • Page 43: Manual Windows

    Keys, Doors, and Windows The vehicle aerodynamics are Warning (Continued) designed to improve fuel economy performance. This may result in a vehicle with children. When there pulsing sound when either rear window is down and the front are children in the rear seat, use windows are up.
  • Page 44 Keys, Doors, and Windows Window Lockout Window Express Movement Automatic Reversal System Override All windows can be opened without holding the window switch. Press Warning the switch down fully and quickly release to express open the If automatic reversal system window.
  • Page 45: Sun Visors

    Keys, Doors, and Windows Programming the Power Sun Visors Windows Programming may be necessary if the vehicle battery has been disconnected or discharged. If the window is unable to express-up, program each express-close window: 1. Close all doors. 2. Turn the ignition on or to ACC/ ACCESSORY.
  • Page 46: Seats And Restraints

    Seats and Restraints Seats and Replacing Seat Belt System Replacing LATCH System Parts Parts after a Crash ... 60 After a Crash ....85 Restraints Securing Child Restraints (With Airbag System...
  • Page 47: Head Restraints

    Seats and Restraints Head Restraints Front Seats The vehicle s front seats have adjustable head restraints in the outboard seating positions. Warning With head restraints that are not installed and adjusted properly, there is a greater chance that Adjust the head restraint so that the The height of the head restraint can occupants will suffer a neck/ top of the restraint is at the same...
  • Page 48: Front Seats

    Seats and Restraints Rear Seats Front Seats 2. Slide the seat to the desired position and release the The rear seat has adjustable handle. Seat Adjustment headrests in the outboard seating 3. Try to move the seat back and positions. forth to be sure it is locked in The height of the headrest can be Warning...
  • Page 49: Power Seat Adjustment

    Seats and Restraints Power Seat Adjustment If equipped, raise or lower the If equipped, move the lever up or front part of the seat cushion by down repeatedly to increase or moving the front of the control decrease lumbar support. Warning up or down.
  • Page 50: Reclining Seatbacks

    Seats and Restraints Press and hold the control down Manual Reclining Seatbacks Warning (Continued) to increase lower lumbar support and decrease upper lumbar Warning For proper protection when the support. vehicle is in motion, have the If either seatback is not locked, it seatback upright.
  • Page 51: Heated Front Seats

    Seats and Restraints The seatback will automatically Power Reclining Seatbacks Heated Front Seats fold forward. 2. To recline, move the seatback Warning rearward to the desired position, then release the lever If temperature change or pain to to lock the seatback in place. the skin cannot be felt, the seat heater may cause burns.
  • Page 52: Rear Seats

    Seats and Restraints next to the buttons indicate three for Rear Seats the highest setting and one for the lowest. If the heated seats are on Rear Seat Reminder high for an extended time, their level If equipped, the message REAR may automatically be lowered.
  • Page 53 Seats and Restraints the vehicle through the rear door Warning and left the vehicle without the vehicle being shut off. A seat belt that is improperly The feature can be turned on or off. routed, not properly attached, See Vehicle Personalization 0 124. or twisted will not provide the protection needed in a crash.
  • Page 54: Seat Belts

    Seats and Restraints Seat Belts When riding in a vehicle, you travel Warning (Continued) as fast as the vehicle does. If the This section describes how to use vehicle stops suddenly, you keep passengers to ride in any area of seat belts properly, and some things going until something stops you.
  • Page 55: How To Wear Seat Belts

    Seats and Restraints Q: If my vehicle has airbags, why It is very important for all occupants this applies force to the strong should I have to wear seat to buckle up. Statistics show that pelvic bones and you would be belts? unbelted people are hurt more often less likely to slide under the lap...
  • Page 56 Seats and Restraints Always use the correct buckle for your seating position. Never allow the lap or shoulder belt Never wear the shoulder belt under to become loose or twisted. both arms or behind your back. Never route the lap or shoulder belt over an armrest.
  • Page 57: Lap-shoulder Belt

    Seats and Restraints Lap-Shoulder Belt If the vehicle is a regular cab, then all seating positions in the vehicle have a lap-shoulder belt. If the vehicle is a crew cab, then all seating positions in the vehicle have a lap-shoulder belt except for the center front passenger position (if equipped), which has a lap belt.
  • Page 58 Seats and Restraints later in this section for Shoulder Belt Height Adjuster instructions on use and The vehicle has a shoulder belt important safety information. height adjuster for the driver and front outboard passenger seating positions. Adjust the height so the shoulder portion of the belt is on the shoulder and not falling off of it.
  • Page 59: Seat Belt Use During

    Seats and Restraints Push down on the release button to system will need to be replaced. Seat Belt Use During move the height adjuster to the See Replacing Seat Belt System Pregnancy desired position. Parts after a Crash 0 60. Seat belts work for everyone, Move the adjuster up by pushing up Do not sit on the outboard seat belt...
  • Page 60: Lap Belt

    Seats and Restraints that the fetus will not be hurt in a To make the belt longer, tilt the latch Seat Belt Extender crash. For pregnant women, as for plate and pull it along the belt. If the vehicle's seat belt will fasten anyone, the key to making seat Buckle, position, and release it the around you, you should use it.
  • Page 61: Seat Belt Care

    Seats and Restraints seat belt system from performing Seat belt hardware should be kept Replacing Seat Belt properly. See your dealer to have it dry and free of dust or debris. As System Parts after a repaired. Torn, frayed, or twisted necessary, exterior hard surfaces Crash seat belts may not protect you in a...
  • Page 62: Airbag System

    Seats and Restraints New parts and repairs may be Airbag System Here are the most important things necessary even if the seat belt to know about the airbag system: The vehicle has the following system was not being used at the airbag: time of the crash.
  • Page 63: Where Are The Airbags

    Seats and Restraints Where Are the Airbags? Warning Warning Because airbags inflate with great Children who are up against, force and faster than the blink of or very close to, any airbag when an eye, anyone who is up it inflates can be seriously injured against, or very close to any or killed.
  • Page 64: When Should An Airbag

    Seats and Restraints reduce the potential for severe Warning (Continued) injuries mainly to the driver s or front outboard passenger s head and airbag, and do not attach or put chest. anything on the steering wheel Whether the frontal airbags will or hub or on or near any other should inflate is not based primarily airbag covering.
  • Page 65: What Makes An Airbag

    Seats and Restraints What Makes an Airbag But airbags would not help in many the windshield or being able to steer types of collisions, primarily the vehicle, nor does it prevent Inflate? because the occupant's motion is people from leaving the vehicle. not toward those airbags.
  • Page 66: Airbag On-off Switch

    Seats and Restraints inflate. The feature may also See Vehicle Data Recording and Warning (Continued) activate, without airbag inflation, Privacy 0 426 and Event Data after an event that exceeds a Recorders 0 426. Use caution if you should attempt predetermined threshold.
  • Page 67 Seats and Restraints This switch should only be turned to sometimes must ride in the front Warning the OFF position if the person in the because no space is available in front outboard passenger position is the rear seat(s) of my vehicle; or If the front outboard passenger a member of a passenger risk group The child has a medical...
  • Page 68: Servicing The Airbag-equipped

    Seats and Restraints To turn off the front outboard Servicing the Warning (Continued) passenger frontal airbag, insert the Airbag-Equipped Vehicle ignition key into the airbag on-off To help avoid injury to yourself or switch, push in, and move the Airbags affect how the vehicle others, have the vehicle serviced switch to the OFF position.
  • Page 69: Adding Equipment To The Airbag-equipped Vehicle

    Seats and Restraints Adding Equipment to the sensing and diagnostic module, and Airbag System Check airbag wiring along with the proper Airbag-Equipped Vehicle The airbag system does not need replacement procedures. regularly scheduled maintenance or Adding accessories that change the If a snow plow is added to the replacement.
  • Page 70: Replacing Airbag System Parts

    Seats and Restraints Replacing Airbag System Child Restraints The manufacturer instructions that come with the booster seat state the Parts after a Crash weight and height limitations for that Older Children booster. Use a booster seat with a Warning lap-shoulder belt until the child passes the fit test below: A crash can damage the airbag Sit all the way back on the seat.
  • Page 71 Seats and Restraints Can proper seat belt fit be According to accident statistics, maintained for the length of the children are safer when properly trip? If yes, continue. If no, restrained in a rear seating position. return to the booster seat. In a crash, children who are not If you have the choice, a child buckled up can strike other people...
  • Page 72: Infants And Young Children

    Seats and Restraints need, for everyone, to use safety Warning (Continued) Warning (Continued) restraints. In fact, the law in every state in the United States and in That could cause serious or fatal Never leave children unattended every Canadian province says injuries.
  • Page 73 Seats and Restraints Child restraints are devices used to Warning (Continued) Warning (Continued) restrain, seat, or position children in the vehicle and are sometimes infant will suddenly become a or killed. Never put a rear-facing called child seats or car seats. 110 kg (240 lb) force on a person's child restraint in the front There are three basic types of...
  • Page 74: Child Restraint Systems

    Seats and Restraints there are many kinds of restraints The harness system holds the infant Warning (Continued) available for children with special in place and, in a crash, acts to needs. keep the infant positioned in the injuries. To reduce the risk of restraint.
  • Page 75 Seats and Restraints Securing an Add-On Child When securing an add-on child restraint, refer to the instructions Restraint in the Vehicle that come with the restraint which may be on the restraint itself or in a Warning booklet, or both, and to this manual. The child restraint instructions are A child can be seriously injured or important, so if they are not...
  • Page 76: Where To Put The Restraint

    Seats and Restraints availability in Canada, check with Never put a rear-facing child Warning (Continued) Transport Canada or the Provincial restraint in the front. This is because Ministry of Transportation office. the risk to the rear-facing child is so be very close to the inflating great if the airbag deploys.
  • Page 77: Lower Anchors And Tethers For Children (latch System)

    Seats and Restraints Child restraints and booster seats Lower Anchors and Warning vary considerably in size, and some Tethers for Children may fit in certain seating positions A child in a child restraint in the (LATCH System) better than others. center front seat can be badly The LATCH system secures a child Depending on where you place the...
  • Page 78 Seats and Restraints this can be done as long as the See Securing Child Restraints (With Lower Anchors booster seat can be positioned the Seat Belt in the Center Front properly and there is no interference Seat) 0 87 or Securing Child with the proper positioning of the Restraints (With the Seat Belt in the lap-shoulder belt on the child.
  • Page 79 Seats and Restraints Top Tether Anchor Some child restraints that have a top tether are designed for use with or without the top tether being attached. Others require the top tether always to be attached. In Canada, the law requires that forward-facing child restraints have a top tether, and that the tether be attached.
  • Page 80 Seats and Restraints has two labels near the crease between the seatback and the seat cushion. For regular cab models, there is an anchor symbol on the cover to Crew Cab Rear Seat assist you in locating the top tether Regular Cab anchors.
  • Page 81 Seats and Restraints Do not secure a child restraint in a Warning (Continued) position without a top tether anchor if a national or local law requires that came with the child restraint that the top tether be attached, or if and the instructions in this the instructions that come with the manual.
  • Page 82 Seats and Restraints See Securing Child Restraints Warning Caution (With the Seat Belt in the Center Front Seat) 0 87 or Children can be seriously injured Do not let the LATCH Securing Child Restraints (With or strangled if a shoulder belt is attachments rub against the the Seat Belt in the Rear Seat) wrapped around their neck.
  • Page 83 Seats and Restraints 1.4. Route, attach, and tighten 3. Before placing a child in the the top tether according child restraint, make sure it is to your child restraint securely held in place. To instructions and the check, grasp the child restraint following instructions: at the belt path and attempt to move it side to side and back...
  • Page 84 Seats and Restraints 1.3. Attach and tighten the lower attachments on the child restraint to the lower anchors. 2. For forward-facing child restraints, attach and tighten the top tether to the top tether anchor (loop), if your vehicle has one. Follow the child restraint instructions, the vehicle LATCH anchor weight limits described at the...
  • Page 85 Seats and Restraints 2.1.3. Then attach the 2.3.2. Route the top seating positions at the same top tether (4) to tether (4) between time, following the routing the top tether the headrest instructions above. anchor (loop) (1) at posts, through the 4.
  • Page 86: Replacing Latch System Parts

    Seats and Restraints To reinstall the headrest: Replacing LATCH System Securing Child Restraints Parts After a Crash (With the Seat Belt in the Rear Seat) Warning When securing a child restraint with the seat belts in a rear seat position, A crash can damage the LATCH study the instructions that came with system in the vehicle.
  • Page 87 Seats and Restraints In Canada, the law requires that forward-facing child restraints have a top tether, and that the tether be attached. If the child restraint or vehicle seat position does not have the LATCH system, you will be using the seat belt to secure the child restraint.
  • Page 88: Securing Child Restraints

    Seats and Restraints 6. If the child restraint has a top removed. See your dealer for tether, follow the child restraint assistance with removal, and store manufacturer's instructions the removed headrest in a secure regarding the use of the top place.
  • Page 89: Securing Child Restraints

    Seats and Restraints Do not use child restraints in the Warning Warning (Continued) center front seat position. A child in a rear-facing child forward-facing child restraint in Securing Child Restraints restraint can be seriously injured the front outboard passenger (With the Seat Belt in the or killed if the front outboard seat, always move the seat as far Front Seat)
  • Page 90 Seats and Restraints If the vehicle does not have a rear 1. Move the seat as far back as it seat that will accommodate a will go before securing the rear-facing child restraint, a forward-facing child restraint. rear-facing child restraint should not Move the seat upward or the be installed in the vehicle, even if seatback to an upright position,...
  • Page 91 Seats and Restraints Position the release button on 7. If the vehicle does not have a the buckle, away from the child rear seat and the child restraint restraint, so that the seat belt manufacturer recommends could be quickly unbuckled if using a top tether anchor, necessary.
  • Page 92 Seats and Restraints the child restraint from the vehicle unless the person who will be sitting there is a member of a passenger airbag risk group. See Airbag On-Off Switch 0 65 for more information, including important safety information.
  • Page 93: Storage

    Storage Storage Storage To access, pull down on the handle. Compartments Glove Box Storage Compartments Warning Storage Compartments ..92 Instrument Panel Storage ..92 Do not store heavy or sharp Glove Box .
  • Page 94: Cupholders

    Storage Rear Sunglasses Storage Warning For safety, close the glove box during driving. There is a risk of injury from the open lid or items stored in the glove box. You and others could be seriously injured. Cupholders Front There may be cupholders on the If equipped, pull the rear seat If equipped, sunglasses storage is center front seat console armrest.
  • Page 95: Center Console Storage

    Storage Center Console Storage Floor Console Storage Bucket Seat If equipped, press the latch and lift Bench Seat to open. Depending on the options If equipped with front seat floor If equipped, pull the front center there may be a tote compartment, console storage, unlock with the seat armrest down to access the accessory power outlet, auxiliary...
  • Page 96: Instruments And Controls

    Instruments and Controls Instruments and Seat Belt Reminders ..111 Engine Power Messages ..124 Airbag Readiness Light ..111 Vehicle Speed Messages ..124 Controls Airbag On-Off Light .
  • Page 97: Controls

    Instruments and Controls Controls Steering Wheel Controls : Press to reject an incoming call or end a current call. Press to mute or unmute the infotainment Steering Wheel system when not on a call. Adjustment : Press to go to the previous or next menu option.
  • Page 98: Horn

    Instruments and Controls 1. Favorite: When on a radio If the windshield wiper lever is then INT : Turn the band up for more source, press to select the next moved to OFF before the driver frequent wipes or down for less or previous favorite.
  • Page 99: Compass

    Instruments and Controls occur depending on how long the Clock To set the clock display: windshield washer had been 1. Select Settings on the Home Setting the Time and Date with activated. See Washer Fluid 0 308 Page, then select Time Base Radio Center Stack for information on filling the and Date.
  • Page 100 Instruments and Controls Setting the 12/24 Hour Format 5. Touch 2. Touch Set Time and touch to increase or decrease 1. Press , then touch Settings. Setting the Clock Display hours, minutes, and AM or PM. 2. Touch Time and Date, then 1.
  • Page 101: Power Outlets

    Instruments and Controls To set the clock display: One on the rear of the center Caution console 1. Touch SETTINGS and touch Time and Date. Vehicles with Bench Seats Leaving electrical equipment plugged in for an extended period 2. Touch Clock Display and touch One on the center stack below of time while the vehicle is off will Off or On to turn the clock...
  • Page 102 Instruments and Controls Power Outlet 110/120-Volt An indicator light on the outlet turns Caution on to show it is in use. The light Alternating Current comes on when the ignition is on, Hanging heavy equipment from equipment requiring less than 150 the power outlet can cause watts is plugged into the outlet, and damage not covered by the...
  • Page 103: Wireless Charging

    Instruments and Controls Other equipment requiring an Warning Warning extremely stable power supply, such as Wireless charging can affect the Remove all objects from the microcomputer-controlled operation of an implanted charging pad before charging electric blankets and touch pacemaker or other medical your mobile device.
  • Page 104 Instruments and Controls display, remove the mobile handling) upon email request to device from the pad, turn it This offer is 180 degrees, and wait valid for three (3) years from the three seconds before placing/ date on which you purchased the aligning the mobile device on product.
  • Page 105: Warning Lights, Gauges, And Indicators

  • Page 106: Instrument Cluster

    Instruments and Controls Instrument Cluster Base Cluster (English Shown, Metric Similar)
  • Page 107 Instruments and Controls Uplevel Cluster (English Shown, Metric Similar)
  • Page 108 Instruments and Controls Cluster Menu (Uplevel Cluster) Info App. This is where the from the favorites, or change the selected Driver Information phone source. If there is an active There is an interactive display area Center (DIC) displays can be call, mute the phone or switch to in the center of the instrument viewed.
  • Page 109: Speedometer

    Instruments and Controls be displayed in the Info app. See Speedometer Fuel Gauge Driver Information Center (DIC) The speedometer shows the (Uplevel) in the Index. vehicle's speed in either kilometers Speed Warning : The Speed per hour (km/h) or miles per Warning display allows the driver to hour (mph).
  • Page 110: Engine Oil Pressure

    Instruments and Controls Here are four things that some Engine Oil Pressure Information Center (DIC) message owners ask about. None of these indicates oil pressure outside the Gauge show a problem with the fuel gauge: normal operating range, check the vehicle's oil as soon as possible.
  • Page 111: Engine Coolant Temperature

    Instruments and Controls Engine Coolant Voltmeter Gauge Readings outside the normal operating range can also occur Temperature Gauge when a large number of electrical accessories are operating in the vehicle and the engine is left idling for an extended period. This condition is normal since the charging system is not able to provide full power at engine idle.
  • Page 112: Seat Belt Reminders

    Instruments and Controls Seat Belt Reminders Airbag Readiness Light Warning This light shows if there is an Seat Belt Reminder Light If the airbag readiness light stays electrical problem with the airbag There is a seat belt reminder light on after the vehicle is started or system.
  • Page 113 Instruments and Controls Warning If the airbag readiness light ever comes on and stays on, it means that something may be wrong with the airbag system. For When the vehicle is started, the example, the front outboard passenger airbag status indicator passenger frontal airbag could ON and OFF will light for several inflate even though the airbag...
  • Page 114: Charging System Light

    Instruments and Controls problem with the lights or the airbag If a short distance must be driven on-off switch. See your dealer for with the light on, be sure to turn off service. all accessories, such as the radio and air conditioner. Charging System Light Malfunction Indicator Lamp (Check Engine...
  • Page 115 Instruments and Controls If the light remains on, see your The vehicle may not pass Caution dealer. inspection if: The light is on when the engine Emissions Inspection and Modifications to the engine, is running. transmission, exhaust, intake, Maintenance Programs or fuel system, or the use of The light does not come on If the vehicle requires an Emissions...
  • Page 116: Brake System Warning

    Instruments and Controls Brake System Warning does not fully release. If it stays on Antilock Brake System after the parking brake is fully Light (ABS) Warning Light released, it means the vehicle has a brake problem. The vehicle brake system consists of two hydraulic circuits.
  • Page 117: Tow/haul Mode Light

    Instruments and Controls If both the ABS and the brake Traction Off Light Wait-to-Start Light system warning light are on, the vehicle's antilock brakes are not functioning and there is a problem with the regular brakes. See your dealer for service. See Brake System Warning Light 0 115.
  • Page 118: Low Fuel Warning Light

    Instruments and Controls Low Fuel Warning Light This light, a Driver Information If the light stays on and the engine Center (DIC) message, and a chime does not start, there could be a come on when there is an issue with problem with the theft-deterrent the Diesel Exhaust Fluid.
  • Page 119: Front Fog Lamp Light

    Instruments and Controls Front Fog Lamp Light Cruise Control Light Power Take-Off Light For vehicles with fog lamps, this For vehicles with cruise control, the The vehicle may have a Power light comes on when the fog lamps cruise control light is white when the Take-Off (PTO) light.
  • Page 120: Information Displays Driver Information Center (dic)

    Instruments and Controls Information Displays Exhaust Filter Average Fuel Economy Unit The Average Fuel Economy display Driver Information Center shows the approximate average Digital Speedometer liters per 100 kilometers (L/100 km) (DIC) (Base Level) The speedometer shows how fast or miles per gallon (mpg). This the vehicle is moving in either The DIC displays are shown in the number reflects only the...
  • Page 121: (uplevel)

    Instruments and Controls system monitoring the oil life, Trailer Brake Unit additional maintenance is On vehicles with the Integrated This will change the displays on the recommended. See Maintenance Trailer Brake Control (ITBC) system, instrument cluster and DIC to either Schedule 0 361.
  • Page 122 Instruments and Controls Speed : Shows the vehicle speed in 1. Press to access the cluster either kilometers per hour (km/h) or applications. miles per hour (mph). If equipped, 2. Press to scroll to the press to open the menu and Options application.
  • Page 123 Instruments and Controls Fuel Range : Shows the display at any time other than when best average fuel economy. After approximate distance the vehicle the oil has just been changed. reset, the momentary average fuel can be driven without refueling. It cannot be reset accurately until economy will display.
  • Page 124: Vehicle Messages

    Instruments and Controls Fuel Filter Life : This display shows Trailer Brake (If Equipped) : On Vehicle Messages an estimate of the fuel filter's vehicles with the Integrated Trailer Messages displayed on the DIC remaining useful life. If 90% Fuel Brake Control (ITBC) system, the indicate the status of the vehicle or Filter Life Remaining is displayed, it...
  • Page 125: Engine Power Messages

    Instruments and Controls Brakes while this message is on, but Vehicle maximum acceleration and speed Ride Control Systems Personalization may be reduced. Anytime this Driver Assistance Systems message stays on, or displays Use the audio system controls to repeatedly, the vehicle should be Cruise Control access the personalization menus taken to your dealer for service as...
  • Page 126 Instruments and Controls Uplevel Radio Audio System Apple CarPlay Language Controls Android Auto Select Language, then select from 1. Touch the desired feature to the available language(s). USB Auto Launch display a list of available The selected language will display Turn Display Off options.
  • Page 127 Instruments and Controls Radio Select the desired number or select Maximum Startup Volume Auto and the infotainment system This feature sets the maximum Select and the following may will automatically adjust the number startup volume. If the vehicle is display: of favorites shown.
  • Page 128 Instruments and Controls Climate and Air Quality Comfort and Convenience Exit Lighting This allows the selection of how Select and the following may Select and the following may long the exterior lamps stay on display: display: when leaving the vehicle when it is Elevated Idle Chime Volume dark outside.
  • Page 129 Instruments and Controls Select Off, All Doors, or Driver Door. Remote Lock Feedback Bluetooth This allows selection of what type of Select and the following may Delayed Door Lock feedback is given when locking the display: When on, this feature will delay the vehicle with the RKE transmitter.
  • Page 130 Instruments and Controls Select Off or On. Voice Mail Numbers Android Auto This feature displays the voice mail Select and the following may Device Information number for all connected phones. display: See information about the device To change the voice mail number, name, address, and PIN code.
  • Page 131 Instruments and Controls Turn Display Off Audio Feedback Speed Return to Factory Settings This feature adjusts the audio Touch to turn the display off. Touch Select and the following may feedback speed. anywhere on the screen or any display: radio button to turn the screen Select Slow, Medium, or Fast.
  • Page 132 Instruments and Controls Wi-Fi Select and the following may PTO TAP STEP SPEED display: This feature is available if the Select and the following may Standby Speed vehicle is configured for Stationary display: Variable or Mobile PTO, and allows Set 1 Speed Wi-Fi the selection of the PTO tap step Set 2 Speed...
  • Page 133: Lighting

    Lighting Lighting Interior Lighting Exterior Lighting Instrument Panel Illumination Control ..... . 137 Exterior Lamp Controls Dome Lamps ....138 Exterior Lighting Reading Lamps .
  • Page 134: Exterior Lamps Off

    Lighting AUTO : Automatically turns on the the headlamps will stay on for Pull the turn signal lever toward you headlamps, parking lamps, 10 minutes before turning off to and release it to return to low-beam taillamps, instrument panel lights, prevent the battery from being headlamps.
  • Page 135: Daytime Running

    Lighting after a short duration or stay on as When the DRL system is on, only long as you hold the lever toward the DRL are on. The taillamps, you. The high-beam indicator on the sidemarker lamps, instrument panel instrument cluster will come on. lights, and other lamps will not Release the lever to return to be on.
  • Page 136: Hazard Warning Flashers

    Lighting is in the full bright position. See Hazard Warning Flashers Turn and Lane-Change Instrument Panel Illumination Signals Control 0 137. When it is bright enough outside, the headlamps will turn off or may change to Daytime Running Lamps (DRL). The automatic headlamp system turns off when the exterior lamp control is turned to...
  • Page 137: Fog Lamps

    Lighting The lever returns to its starting Fog Lamps Some localities have laws that position whenever it is released. require the headlamps to be on with the fog lamps. If after signaling a turn or a lane change the arrows flash rapidly or Auxiliary do not come on, a signal bulb could Roof-Mounted Lamp...
  • Page 138: Exterior Cargo Lamps

    Lighting this button. Pressing the top of the Exterior Cargo Lamps Interior Lighting button will turn off the roof-mounted lamp and indicator. Instrument Panel The emergency roof lamp circuit is Illumination Control fused at 30 amps, so the total current draw of the attached lamps should be less than this value.
  • Page 139: Dome Lamps

    Lighting Dome Lamps Reading Lamps Press next to each reading lamp to turn it on or off. There are dome lamps in the There are reading lamps in the overhead console and the headliner, overhead console and the headliner, if equipped. if equipped.
  • Page 140: Lighting Features

    Lighting Lighting Features on for a set amount of time and then moving up or down. This is normal. automatically turn off. The interior If there is a problem, an alert will be lamps do not come on if the dome displayed.
  • Page 141: Battery Power Protection

    Lighting Normally, these actions occur in timer, turn the exterior lamp control steps or levels, without being to the position and then back to noticeable. In rare cases at the position. highest levels of corrective action, this action may be noticeable to the To keep the lamps on for more than driver.
  • Page 142: Infotainment System

    Infotainment System Infotainment Audio Players Introduction Avoiding Untrusted Media System Devices ..... 157 Infotainment CD Player ....157 USB Port .
  • Page 143: Theft-deterrent Feature

    Infotainment System functions when driving. These See Distracted Driving 0 193. Overview (Base Radio) functions may gray out when they To play the infotainment system with Infotainment System Overview are unavailable. Many infotainment the ignition off, see Retained features are also available through The infotainment system is Accessory Power (RAP) 0 214.
  • Page 144 Infotainment System Radio with CD...
  • Page 145 Infotainment System 5. CD Slot (If Equipped) BACK Press to return to the previous screen in a menu. Press to go to the Home Page from any point in the system. See Home Page (Base Radio with Touchscreen) 0 149 or Home Page (Base Radio with TONE Radio) 0 147.
  • Page 146 Infotainment System five seconds, it seeks the 11. MEDIA previous track. If longer Press to change the audio than five seconds, the source between CD, USB, current track will start from AUX, and Bluetooth Audio, the beginning. Press if equipped. seek the next track.
  • Page 147: Touchscreen)

    Infotainment System Overview (Base Radio with Touchscreen) Press to go to the Home Page. See Home Page (Base Radio with Touchscreen) 0 149 or Home Page (Base Radio) 0 147. Radio: Press and release to go to the previous station or channel.
  • Page 148: Home Page (base Radio)

    Infotainment System Turn to decrease or the MENU knob to highlight feature SETTINGS : Select SETTINGS to increase the volume. icons. Press the MENU knob to display the Settings main page. See access the feature s options. Setting Radio Preferences following.
  • Page 149 Infotainment System 3. Re-enter the four-digit code. Radio Setup Audible Touch Feedback (If Select LOCK to lock the Equipped) : Select Audible Touch Press the RADIO button and the system. Feedback to turn feedback off or on. following may display: 4.
  • Page 150: Touchscreen)

    Infotainment System Clear All Private Data (If Home Page (Base Radio Gallery : Touch to view a picture or Equipped) : This option clears all movie. with Touchscreen) private information from the vehicle. Phone : Touch to activate the Select Clear All Private Data. Select Touchscreen Buttons phone features (if equipped).
  • Page 151: Software Updates

    Infotainment System Software Updates home hotspot, or public hotspot can Radio be used. Applicable data rates may Over-the-Air Software Updates apply. AM-FM Radio (Base If equipped, the infotainment system To connect the infotainment system Radio) can download and install select to a secured mobile device hotspot, software updates over a wireless home hotspot, or public hotspot,...
  • Page 152 Infotainment System Tone Settings: Normal: Adjusts the audio to EQ (Equalizer) Settings : In certain provide the best sound for all configurations, the available choices Bass, Midrange, and Treble: seating positions. are Manual and Talk. Turn the MENU knob and highlight.
  • Page 153: Am-fm Radio (base Radio With Touchscreen)

    Infotainment System Tuning a Station AM-FM Radio (Base 1. Touch MENU from a source screen. Radio with Touchscreen) Turn the MENU knob to manually find a station. 2. Select Auto Volume. Playing the Radio 3. Select the desired setting. Storing Radio Station Presets Audio Source Menu Up to 25 preset stations from all 4.
  • Page 154 Infotainment System Touch Custom. Manual Tuning Update Station List Bass, Midrange, or Treble: From the AM or FM menu, touch Continue touching Touch or +. MENU, then touch Update manually change the radio station. Station List. The broadcasting Fader or Balance: Adjust the Direct Tune list updating will begin.
  • Page 155: Satellite Radio

    Infotainment System 3. Touch and hold down any of 1-888-601-6296 (U.S.); or see SiriusXM Satellite Radio the preset buttons to save the or call Service (If Equipped) current radio station to that 1-877-438-9677 (Canada). SiriusXM is a satellite radio service button of the selected When SiriusXM is active, the based in the 48 contiguous United...
  • Page 156 Infotainment System Selecting a Category 2. Touch the preset button to 1. Touch Tone Settings. The tone listen to the channel saved to settings screen is displayed. From Menu, touch Categories, then that button. See Tone Settings in AM-FM touch the desired category or from Radio (Base Radio with Using the SiriusXM Menu Categories, touch...
  • Page 157: Radio Reception

    Infotainment System 2. Select On or Off. each other. Static can also occur Fixed Mast Antenna when things like storms and power The fixed mast antenna will go Radio Reception lines interfere with radio reception. through most car washes as long as When this happens, try reducing the Frequency interference and static it is securely attached.
  • Page 158: Audio Players

    Infotainment System If the vehicle has a sunroof, and it is Audio Players CD-RW open, reception can also be MP3 or unprotected WMA affected. Avoiding Untrusted Media formats Items on the roof of the vehicle can Devices When playing any compatible interfere with the performance of the recordable disc, the sound quality radio system and OnStar (if...
  • Page 159 Infotainment System Use a marking pen to label the to the previous track. If longer CD Menu top of the disc. than five seconds, the current While on the CD main page, press track starts from the beginning. the MENU knob to display the CD Loading and Ejecting Discs Touch and hold to fast reverse menu and the following may display:...
  • Page 160 Infotainment System EQ (Equalizer) : If equipped, this If Disc Player Error displays, it could Maximum number of folders: feature adjusts the equalizer be for one of the following reasons: eight folders with 255 files per settings. See EQ (Equalizer) in folder The player temperature is AM-FM Radio (Base Radio with...
  • Page 161: Usb Port

    Infotainment System USB Port The USB port can play both lower The iPod/iPhone charges while it is and upper case .mp3, .wma, .ogg, connected to the vehicle if the Using the USB Port and .wav files stored on a USB vehicle is on or in ACC/ storage device.
  • Page 162 Infotainment System Files with a bit rate above Only USB storage devices connected, the USB device may 128 kbps will result in higher formatted in FAT16/32 or exFAT be damaged or may not operate quality sound. file systems are recognized. normally.
  • Page 163 Infotainment System Some iPod/iPhone product models may not support the connectivity or functionality of this product. Only connect the iPod/iPhone with connection cables supported by iPod/iPhone products. Other connection cables cannot be used. Refer to the table for the If the USB device is already The iPod/iPhone may be classification items related to the connected:...
  • Page 164 Infotainment System Changing to Next/Previous Files Traffic Program (If Equipped) Touch On or Off. Touch to change to the next file. MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) Touch within five seconds of Connect an MTP supported device. the playback time to play the previous file.
  • Page 165 Infotainment System If a non-readable USB device is 2. Touch the desired music. Touch within two seconds of connected, an error message the playback time to play the Tone Settings displays and the system will previous song. Touch Tone Settings. The Tone switch to the previous audio Returning to the Beginning of the Settings menu is displayed.
  • Page 166: Auxiliary Jack

    Infotainment System Some files may not operate due Viewing a Previous or Next Auxiliary Jack to a different recording format or Picture This vehicle may have an AUX jack the condition of the file. Touch from the picture in the center console storage. Viewing Pictures screen.
  • Page 167: Bluetooth Audio

    Infotainment System Base Radio EQ (Equalizer) : If equipped, this Bluetooth Audio feature adjusts the pre-defined Playing from the AUX Jack If equipped, music may be played equalizer settings. See EQ from a paired Bluetooth device. See (Equalizer) in AM-FM Radio (Base An auxiliary device is played Pairing under Bluetooth Radio with Touchscreen) 0 152 or...
  • Page 168: Voice Recognition

    Infotainment System Bluetooth Audio Menu All devices launch audio differently. Voice Recognition When selecting Bluetooth Audio as Press the MENU screen button to If equipped, voice recognition allows a source, the radio may show as display the Bluetooth Audio menu. for hands-free operation within the paused on the screen.
  • Page 169 Infotainment System In general there are flexible ways to 1. Press on the steering wheel Press to interrupt any voice speak commands for completing the control to activate voice recognition system prompt. For tasks. Most of them, except example, if the prompt seems recognition, or touch on the destination entry and voice keypad,...
  • Page 170 Infotainment System voice commands, or some Voice recognition system Press on the steering wheel selections may expedite a session. prompts can be interrupted controls to terminate the voice If a selection is made using a during a prompt by pressing session and display the screen manual control, the dialog will from which voice recognition...
  • Page 171 Infotainment System displayed on most of the screens Manually scrolling or paging the list help prompt. Depending on how while a voice session is active. on a screen during a voice voice recognition was initiated, the If Phone or Phone Commands, is recognition session suspends the Help pop-up will either display on stated, the system understands that...
  • Page 172 Infotainment System Switch to SXM : Switch bands to Voice Recognition for Audio Play Playlist : Begin a dialog to SiriusXM (if equipped) and tune to enter a specific playlist name. My Media the last SiriusXM channel. Play Playlist <playlist name> : If browsing My Media when the Tune to <AM frequency>...
  • Page 173 Infotainment System Play Episode : Begin a dialog to smaller amounts of media. The Similar limits exist for album enter a specific name. system may limit the options of content. If there are more than voice recognition by not allowing 4,000 albums, but less than 8,000, Play Episode <episode selection of song titles by voice at...
  • Page 174 Infotainment System Voice Recognition for the repeated back by the system. If the The steering wheel controls are group of digits is not correct, the used to operate this function. Phone command Delete will remove the Call <contact name> : Initiate a Press and hold to activate.
  • Page 175: Bluetooth (overview)

    Infotainment System Phone duplicate or rarely used entries. Vehicles with a Bluetooth system If possible, program speed dial can use a Bluetooth-capable cell or other shortcuts. phone with a Hands-Free Profile to Bluetooth (Overview) make and receive phone calls. The Review the controls and infotainment system and voice Instructions for using the cell phone...
  • Page 176: Controls)

    Infotainment System Voice Recognition Bluetooth Audio Quality : Press to end a call, reject a call, or cancel an operation. Press If equipped, the voice recognition Turn off the Echo and Noise to mute or unmute the infotainment system uses commands to control cancellation feature on your phone, system.
  • Page 177 Infotainment System Pairing Information dependent on the type of the phone Pairing a Phone - SSP and Paired paired. If the automatic download Device A Bluetooth phone with MP3 does not occur, proceed with the capability cannot be paired to When a paired device is on the phone book download on the the vehicle as a phone and an...
  • Page 178 Infotainment System The connected phone is 5. Input the Personal 3. Touch Bluetooth, then Device Identification Number (PIN) Management. highlighted by code (default: 1234) to the 4. Touch the desired device to indicates the hands-free Bluetooth device. When the pair. When the Bluetooth Bluetooth device and and phone music functions are device and infotainment system...
  • Page 179 Infotainment System Disconnecting a Bluetooth Device versions over 1.2 must be indicates the hands-free registered and connected to the and phone music functions are 1. Press product. enabled. 2. Touch Settings. From the cell phone or Bluetooth indicates only the hands-free device, find the Bluetooth device 3.
  • Page 180 Infotainment System music function. For example, Returning to the Beginning of the The infotainment system if you convert to Bluetooth Current Song transmits the order to play from hands-free while playing Phone the Bluetooth device in the Touch after two seconds of music, the music is Bluetooth music play mode.
  • Page 181: Apple Carplay And Android Auto

    Infotainment System Apple CarPlay and 3. When the phone is first For further information on how to set connected to activate Apple up Android Auto and Apple CarPlay Android Auto CarPlay or Android Auto, the in the vehicle, see message Device Projection or see Customer Assistance Offices If equipped, Android Auto and/or...
  • Page 182: Trademarks And License Agreements

    Infotainment System Trademarks and shuffle, and iPod touch are Explicit Language Notice: Channels trademarks of Apple Inc., registered with frequent explicit language are License Agreements in the U.S. and other countries. indicated with an XL preceding the channel name. Channel blocking is FCC Information available for SiriusXM Satellite Radio receivers by notifying...
  • Page 183 Infotainment System General Requirements: Schedule I: Gracenote EULA are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Gracenote in the 1. A License Agreement from United States and/or other SiriusXM is required for any countries. product that incorporates SiriusXM Technology and/or for Gracenote Terms of Use use of any of the SiriusXM This application or device contains...
  • Page 184 Infotainment System all of the benefits and protections Servers, including all ownership warranty is made that the Gracenote set forth herein that are available to rights. Under no circumstances will Software or Gracenote Servers are Gracenote. Gracenote become liable for any error-free or that functioning of payment to you for any information Gracenote Software or Gracenote...
  • Page 185 Infotainment System INCIDENTAL DAMAGES OR FOR information concerning the OSS purpose intended by the ANY LOST PROFITS OR LOST licenses is shown in the center Manufacturer. If permitted by the REVENUES. stack display. Manufacturer, or by applicable law, you may make one backup copy of Copyright 2013.
  • Page 186 Infotainment System LICENSORS PROVIDE THE NO EVENT SHALL QSSC, ITS such technology outside of this SOFTWARE ON AN "AS IS" BASIS, AFFILIATES OR THEIR product is prohibited without a WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR LICENSORS BE LIABLE TO YOU license from Microsoft. CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, UNDER ANY LEGAL THEORY, For more information on the...
  • Page 187: Climate Controls

    Climate Controls Climate Controls Climate Control Systems Climate Control Systems (with Heater Only) Climate Control Systems Climate Control Systems (with With this system, the heating and ventilation can be controlled. Heater Only) ....186 Climate Control Systems (with Air Conditioning) .
  • Page 188 Climate Controls Air Delivery Mode Controls : Do not drive the vehicle until all the windows are clear. Press , or to change the direction of the airflow. An See Air Vents 0 190. indicator light comes on in the : Press to turn on recirculation.
  • Page 189 Climate Controls Climate Control Systems (with Air Conditioning) : Turn clockwise or counterclockwise to increase or With this system the heating, cooling, and ventilation can be controlled. decrease the fan speed. Turn the knob all the way counterclockwise to turn the fan off. Air Delivery Mode Controls : Press , or...
  • Page 190 Climate Controls compressor will run, unless the A/C : Press to turn the air Caution outside temperature is close to conditioning system on or off. An freezing. indicator light comes on to show Using a razor blade or sharp that the air conditioning is enabled. Do not drive the vehicle until all the object to clear the inside rear If the fan is turned off, the air...
  • Page 191 Climate Controls Air Vents Clear snow off the hood to Maintenance improve visibility and help Use the sliding knobs on the center decrease moisture drawn into Passenger Compartment and side air vents to direct the the vehicle. Air Filter airflow. Use the thumbwheels near Keep the path under the front the air vents to open or close off the seats clear of objects to help...
  • Page 192 Climate Controls 1. Open the lower glove box door Service completely. All vehicles have a label underhood 2. Remove the four screws from that identifies the refrigerant used in around the lower glove box. the vehicle. The refrigerant system The door does not need to be should only be serviced by trained removed to access the screws.
  • Page 193: Driving And Operating

    Driving and Operating Driving and Parking over Things Cruise Control That Burn ....215 Cruise Control ....237 Operating Engine Exhaust Driver Assistance Systems...
  • Page 194: Driving Information

    Driving and Operating Adding a Snow Plow or Similar Driving Information Designate a front seat Equipment ....266 passenger to handle potential Power Take-Off (PTO) ..270 distractions.
  • Page 195: Defensive Driving

    Driving and Operating Focus on the task of driving. Braking Warning Braking action involves perception Drunk Driving Taking your eyes off the road too time and reaction time. Deciding to long or too often could cause a Death and injury associated with push the brake pedal is perception drinking and driving is a global crash resulting in injury or death.
  • Page 196: Steering

    Driving and Operating Once the power assist is used up, it Reduce speed before entering a Off-Road Recovery can take longer to stop and the curve. brake pedal will be harder to push. Maintain a reasonable steady speed through the curve. Steering Wait until the vehicle is out of The power steering system may...
  • Page 197: Loss Of Control

    Driving and Operating 3. Turn the steering wheel to go If the vehicle starts to slide, follow Remember: Antilock brakes help straight down the roadway. these suggestions: avoid only the braking skid. Ease your foot off the Loss of Control Off-Road Driving accelerator pedal and steer the way you want the vehicle to go.
  • Page 198 Driving and Operating Before Driving Off-Road Loading the Vehicle for For more information about loading the vehicle, see Vehicle Load Limits Off-Road Driving Have all necessary maintenance 0 205 and Tires 0 331. and service work completed. Warning Environmental Concerns Fuel the vehicle, fill fluid levels, and check inflation pressure in Always use established trails,...
  • Page 199 Driving and Operating Warning (Continued) Warning Warning (Continued) Driving down hills can cause loss Driving to the top of a hill at high transfer case overrides the of control. Driving across hills can speed can cause a crash. There transmission. You or someone cause a rollover.
  • Page 200 Driving and Operating Never back down a hill in downhill wheels, which could Warning (Continued) N (Neutral) using only the cause a downhill slide or a brake. The vehicle can roll rollover. descending a hill and use a low backward quickly and you Surface conditions can be a gear to keep vehicle speed under could lose control.
  • Page 201 Driving and Operating Driving in Mud, Sand, Snow, Warning Warning (Continued) or Ice Getting out of the vehicle on the Use a low gear when driving in you and your passengers could downhill side when stopped the deeper the mud, the drown.
  • Page 202: Driving On Wet Roads

    Driving and Operating After operation in mud or sand, Caution Warning have the brake linings cleaned and checked. These substances can Do not drive through standing Wet brakes can cause crashes. cause glazing and uneven braking. water if it is deep enough to cover They might not work as well in a Check the body structure, driveline, the wheel hubs, axles, or exhaust...
  • Page 203: Hill And Mountain Roads

    Driving and Operating wet enough and you are going fast Hill and Mountain Roads Warning enough. When the vehicle is Driving on steep hills or through hydroplaning, it has little or no Coasting downhill in N (Neutral) mountains is different than driving contact with the road.
  • Page 204: Winter Driving

    Driving and Operating Winter Driving the surrounding roads are clear. Warning (Continued) Avoid sudden steering Driving on Snow or Ice maneuvers and braking while cannot be seen or smelled. It can on ice. Snow or ice between the tires and cause unconsciousness and even the road creates less traction or Turn off cruise control.
  • Page 205: If The Vehicle Is Stuck

    Driving and Operating To save fuel, run the engine for the forward and reverse directions Warning short periods to warm the vehicle causes a rocking motion that could and then shut the engine off and free the vehicle. If that does not get If the vehicle's tires spin at high partially close the window.
  • Page 206: Vehicle Load Limits

    Driving and Operating Vehicle Load Limits Certification/Tire Label It is very important to know how much weight the vehicle can carry. This weight is called the vehicle capacity weight and includes the weight of all occupants, cargo, and all nonfactory-installed options. Label Example Warning Gross Weight Rating of...
  • Page 207 Driving and Operating Rating (GVWR). The GVWR Using heavier suspension Warning (Continued) includes the weight of the components to get added vehicle, all occupants, fuel, and durability might not change the When you carry cargo. weight ratings. Ask your dealer something inside the to help load the vehicle the vehicle, secure it...
  • Page 208: Starting And Operating

    Driving and Operating Starting and Caution Caution (Continued) Operating premature wear and earlier Overloading the vehicle may replacement. Follow this cause damage. Repairs would not New Vehicle Break-In breaking-in guideline every be covered by the vehicle time you get new brake warranty.
  • Page 209: Ignition Positions

    Driving and Operating Ignition Positions 0 (Stopping the Engine/LOCK/ 4. Push the key all the way in the OFF) : This position turns off the steering column (1), then turn vehicle. It also locks the ignition, the the key to LOCK/OFF (2). transmission, and the steering 5.
  • Page 210 Driving and Operating 5. Shift to P (Park) with an while the vehicle is off. It also Warning automatic transmission, unlocks the steering column, or Neutral with a manual if equipped with a locking steering Turning off the vehicle while transmission.
  • Page 211: Starting The Diesel Engine

    Driving and Operating The switch stays in this position Move the shift lever to P (Park) or The engine has a fast warm-up when the engine is running. The N (Neutral). To restart the engine glow plug system. The transmission is also unlocked in this when the vehicle is already moving, wait-to-start light will illuminate position.
  • Page 212 Driving and Operating When the engine is cold, let it run If the Diesel Engine Will Not Check that the correct engine oil for a few minutes before driving. has been used and changed at Start This lets oil pressure build up. The appropriate intervals.
  • Page 213: Engine Heater

    Driving and Operating conditions that can raise idle speed The engine idle speed will return to Engine Heater are low voltage, DPF regeneration, normal once the following conditions The engine heater can provide air conditioning compressor loads, are met: easier starting and better fuel and engine warmup.
  • Page 214 Driving and Operating Check the heater cord for Warning (Continued) Warning (Continued) damage. If it is damaged, do not use it. See your dealer for function. An ungrounded vehicle. Possible heater a replacement. Inspect the outlet could cause an cord and thermostat cord for damage yearly.
  • Page 215: Retained Accessory

    Driving and Operating Retained Accessory Leaving the Vehicle with the Warning (Continued) Engine Running Power (RAP) engine running, the vehicle can Some vehicle accessories may be Warning move suddenly. You or others used after the ignition is turned off. could be injured. To be sure the It can be dangerous to get out of The power windows and sunroof, vehicle will not move, even when...
  • Page 216: Shifting Out Of Park

    Driving and Operating can move the shift lever away from Shifting out of Park 2. While holding down the brake P (Park) without first pulling it toward pedal, push the shift lever all This vehicle is equipped with an you. If you can, it means that the the way into P (Park).
  • Page 217: Engine Exhaust

    Driving and Operating Engine Exhaust Warning (Continued) Warning There are holes or openings Breathing diesel engine exhaust Warning in the vehicle body from exposes you to chemicals known damage or aftermarket Engine exhaust contains carbon to the State of California to cause modifications that are not monoxide (CO), which cannot be cancer and birth defects or other...
  • Page 218: Running The Vehicle While

    Driving and Operating Running the Vehicle Diesel Particulate Caution While Parked Filter Damage can occur to the DPF It is better not to park with the The vehicle has a Diesel Particulate components if the required Ultra engine running. Filter (DPF) as part of the exhaust Low Sulfur Diesel (15 ppm sulfur If the vehicle is left with the engine system to reduce vehicle emissions.
  • Page 219 Driving and Operating Extended idling in P (Park) can Warning (Continued) Caution (Continued) cause exhaust parts and gases to become very hot. Keep the exhaust gases are very hot. Things that action. Continued idling with the area clear of material that could burn could touch hot exhaust warning light/message on could ignite or burn.
  • Page 220 Driving and Operating Manual regeneration can only be The shift lever is in P (Park). Warning used when the DPF has become at The fuel tank is at least least 90% full. At 100% full, it will one-eighth full. Do not leave the vehicle during attempt to automatically self-clean if the regeneration.
  • Page 221: Diesel Exhaust Fluid

    Driving and Operating Continue to follow the instructions in A DIC message will display when Diesel Exhaust Fluid the DIC messages. Press and hold cleaning has completed. The the exhaust brake switch on the message will remain as long as Warning center stack below the climate cleaning is not necessary.
  • Page 222 Driving and Operating or meet ISO 22241.The fluid level in Filling the DEF Tank Caution (Continued) the DEF tank must be maintained for the vehicle to run properly. DEF Caution finish. If DEF is spilled during freezes when exposed to filling, wipe any affected surface temperatures below 11 °C (12 °...
  • Page 223 Driving and Operating In certain cold conditions, it is refill message to clear. If the vehicle 7.6 L (2 gal) of DEF must be added possible to find some frozen DEF in is driven before the DIC message to release the vehicle from the the DEF fill pipe opening.
  • Page 224: Automatic Transmission

    Driving and Operating persists, see your dealer or Service Emission System Automatic additional DIC messages may If a problem occurs with the vehicle Transmission display. emission system, the DIC displays the message SERVICE EMISSION If equipped, there is an electronic Service Exhaust Fluid System SYSTEM - SEE OWNERS shift lever position indicator within...
  • Page 225 Driving and Operating When parked on a hill, especially Caution Warning when the vehicle has a heavy load, you might notice an increase in the Shifting to R (Reverse) while the Shifting into a drive gear while the effort to shift out of P (Park). See vehicle is moving forward could engine is running at high speed is Torque Lock under Shifting Into...
  • Page 226 Driving and Operating Use D (Drive) and Tow/Haul Mode In some cases, this could appear to Caution when towing a trailer, carrying a be a delayed shift, however the heavy load, driving on steep hills, transmission is operating normally. A transmission hot message may or driving off-road.
  • Page 227: Manual Mode

    Driving and Operating L : This position allows selection of Manual Mode This number is the highest gear that a range of gears appropriate for the transmission will command while Range Selection Mode current driving conditions. operating in L (Manual Mode). All If equipped, see Range Selection gears below that number are Mode under Manual Mode 0 226.
  • Page 228: Tow/haul Mode

    Driving and Operating Tow/Haul Mode The selector button is on the shift Caution lever. Turn the Tow/Haul Mode on and off by pressing the button. Spinning the tires or holding the When the Tow/Haul Mode is vehicle in one place on a hill enabled, a light on the instrument using only the accelerator pedal cluster will come on.
  • Page 229: Drive Systems

    Driving and Operating On vehicles with a diesel engine, Drive Systems Caution Tow/Haul Mode Grade Braking can be enabled or disabled by pressing Four-Wheel Drive Extended high-speed operation in the Tow/Haul Mode button. Use the 4 may damage or shorten the exhaust brake and Tow/Haul Mode If equipped with four-wheel drive, for maximum grade braking.
  • Page 230 Driving and Operating unsafe to unlock them. Turn the All of the lights will flash on then off Warning (Continued) locking hubs to FREE when it is momentarily when the ignition is safe to do so. turned on. The light that remains on always set the parking brake and will indicate the state of the When four-wheel drive is no longer...
  • Page 231 Driving and Operating climbing or descending steep hills. complete. If the vehicle is moving Caution When engaged, keep vehicle speed more than 16 km/h (10 mph), the below 48 km/h (30 mph). indicator light will flash and the shift Shifting the transmission into gear will not occur.
  • Page 232: Antilock Brake