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  • Page 2 VEHICLES SOLD IN CANADA With respect to any Vehicles Sold in Canada, the name This manual illustrates and describes the operation of Chrysler LLC shall be deemed to be deleted and the features and equipment that are either standard or op- name Chrysler Canada Inc.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    NAVIGATION CONTENTS ▫ Audio Settings ..... . . 12 Safety Guidelines ......4 Introduction .
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    System Information ....185 Navigation ......120...
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    ▫ Software And Database Updates ..186 ▫ Navigation ......187 ▫...
  • Page 6: Safety Guidelines

    Return it to your authorized dealer to repair. • When using the navigation system to route you to an • There may be situations where the navigation system emergency facility, contact the facility to verify its erroneously displays the vehicle’s location.
  • Page 7: Introduction

    Generally recognized rules of navigation technology were maintained during the development and manufac- INTRODUCTION ture of the RER radio navigation system. When using this Warnings product, be aware of state-specific norms and guidelines. This manual contains WARNINGS against operating Visit for updates, ad-...
  • Page 8: System Care

    If you’re engaged in driving or any activity that Software Update requires your full attention, we recommend that you not Both navigation data and Gracenote data are software use your radio navigation system. updatable. Visit or contact your authorized dealer for the latest available NOTE: Many features of this radio are speed depen- software.
  • Page 9 NAVIGATION 7 Connections If necessary, use a lint-free cloth dampened with a Never force any connector into the ports of your radio. cleaning solution, such as isopropyl alcohol, or an iso- Make sure your connectors are the correct shape and size propyl alcohol and water solution ratio of 50:50.
  • Page 10: General Handling

    8 NAVIGATION GPS Navigation Antenna Other Electronic Devices The antenna for the navigation GPS system is mounted in You may bring other electronic devices into your vehicle various locations (depending on the vehicle model) (e.g., PDA, iPod, laptop computer, etc.). Some of these within the dashboard.
  • Page 11 NAVIGATION 9 Power to operate the navigation radio is supplied Hard-Keys through the ignition switch, which must be in the ON, Hard-keys are on the left and right side of the radio ACC or in ACC Delay mode in order to operate the faceplate.
  • Page 12 NOTE: See USB Connector section for information on an active phone call. supported devices in the Remote Devices section. NOTE: If you are in one of the navigation menus (NAV (10) AUX Connector Connect an external audio device Menu, MAP display, etc.), you need to press the into the AUX Input (10) (e.g., MP3 player, video-game),...
  • Page 13: Steering Wheel Mounted Controls

    NAVIGATION 11 It can display radio station preset frequencies, CD disc switch to the navigation mode, push and hold the switch. number, satellite radio channel, and navigation system To leave the navigation mode, push the switch momen- information. tarily. Steering Wheel Mounted Controls 3.
  • Page 14: Audio Settings

    12 NAVIGATION HDD/Disc/Jukebox Operation Audio Settings Pressing the top of the rocker switch will go to the next Volume track on the disc, and pressing the bottom of the rocker Use the ON/OFF VOLUME hard-key (4) to adjust the switch will go to the beginning of the current track, or to volume of the currently playing audio source.
  • Page 15 NAVIGATION 13 Use either the arrow soft-keys or the cross-hair on the Press the Equalizer soft-key and use either the arrow screen to change Balance and Fade. The CENTER soft- soft-keys or the sliders on the screen to adjust BASS, key resets the settings.
  • Page 16: Getting Started

    Disclaimer (EVIC), if equipped. Disclaimer for Navigation Radio If you change the language in the navigation radio, the system will change the language for all display informa- tion. Refer to your owner’s manual for more information. To change the language with the navigation radio: 1.
  • Page 17 NAVIGATION 15 The minutes are set by the GPS system. 3. Press the Language soft-key and select a language. 2. Press the Set Time Zone soft-key to change to the Set the Time desired time zone. 1. Press the time soft-key in the lower left corner of the 3.
  • Page 18 16 NAVIGATION Store Radio Presets 3. Either press the SEEK up/down hard-keys, or touch the SCAN soft-key, DIRECT TUNE soft-key, or the left 1. Press the Radio Media hard-key repeatedly until AM and right arrows to change the currently playing station.
  • Page 19 NAVIGATION 17 Connect Bluetooth Phone This menu lists all paired Bluetooth devices. 1. Press the MENU hard-key on the right side of the 4. Press the PAIR soft-key to start a new pairing. radio. 2. Then touch the System Setup soft-key to get to the System Setup menu.
  • Page 20 If there is more than one paired phone available, 3. Touch the NAV Settings soft-key the navigation radio will try to connect to the phone with 4. Touch the Set Default Country soft-key to select your the highest priority setting.
  • Page 21 NAVIGATION 19 Set Default State Enter Home Address 1. Press the NAV hard-key on the right side of the radio. 1. Press the NAV hard-key on the right side of the radio. If the radio does not display the NAV - Main Menu, press the NAV hard-key again.
  • Page 22 If no home address has been set, touch YES to access the NOTE: Read more about destination input and the Enter Home Address menu. predictive speller in the Navigation section of this manual. 3. Touch Street Address to enter your address.
  • Page 23 NAVIGATION 21 Speech Dialogue System Tutorial When you press the VR hard-key, you will hear a beep. The beep is your signal to give a command. Say TUTO- RIAL to listen to a speech dialogue system tutorial. Press any hard-key or touch the display to cancel the tutorial.
  • Page 24: Radio

    If the screen shows Overview Acquiring Signal, you might have to change the vehicle The RER navigation radio is equipped with four different position in order to receive a signal. In most cases, the tuners: satellite radio does not receive a signal in underground parking garages or tunnels.
  • Page 25 RBDS (Radio Broadcasting Data System) the radio station stored in the highlighted soft-key, and This radio navigation system is capable of receiving you will hear a confirmation beep when the station is RBDS signals in the FM band. RBDS is a technology used saved.
  • Page 26 24 NAVIGATION Select the CLOSE INFO soft-key to hide additional radio Select MUSIC TYPE to enable and/or disable desired text information. program types. The SEEK and SCAN function will then only display stations with matching program types. MUSIC TYPE (Program Type Filter)
  • Page 27: Radio Settings

    NAVIGATION 25 You can find the latest Sirius channel line up at Radio Settings AM / FM MENU There are no specific settings for this mode. SAT MENU While in SAT mode press the MENU hard-key to display the SAT Menu.
  • Page 28 New vehicle purchasers or lessees will receive a free one-year subscription to Sirius Satellite Radio and Real- time Traffic Service with your navigation radio. Follow- ing expiration of the one-year free services, it will be Write down the SIRIUS ID numbers for your receiver. To...
  • Page 29 NAVIGATION 27 SAT Video Menu (if equipped) it will be necessary to access the information on the While in SAT-Video mode press the MENU hard-key to Subscription Information screen in order to re-subscribe. display the SAT-Video Menu. Touch the Subscription soft-key to access the Subscrip- tion Information screen.
  • Page 30 28 NAVIGATION NOTE: Sirius Backseat TV™ is not available in Canada. Select the Nighttime Colors soft-key to switch to manual nighttime mode and to adjust the brightness of the Display Settings display using nighttime colors. Press the MENU hard-key and touch the Display Settings soft-key to access the Display Settings menu.
  • Page 31 In Map View mode the navigation map or turn-by-turn Touch the Picture View soft-key to enable the picture navigation (as shown above) can be displayed on the...
  • Page 32 30 NAVIGATION ParkView™ (if equipped) Touch the Camera Setup button in the System Setup When equipped with ParkView™, the radio display menu to disable or enable ParkView™. shows the rear view camera picture as soon as the shifter is in the R position for vehicles with automatic transmis- sion.
  • Page 33: Media

    RADIO/MEDIA hard-key. The different Disc Mode media modes can be selected via the tabs in the radio Overview screen. The navigation radio is equipped with a CD/DVD Disc Requirements player. CAUTION! This disc player will accept a 4 3/4 in (12 cm) disc only.
  • Page 34 32 NAVIGATION Your radio will play the following formats: appropriate mode after the disc is recognized, and starts playing the first track. The display shows “Reading...” MP3, WMA, CD Audio, DVD Audio, and DVD Video, during this process. DVD-ROM, DVD Plus, DualDisc, SA-CD (CD Layer).
  • Page 35 NAVIGATION 33 Removing a Disc Scan Search Touch the SCAN soft-key. 1. Press the OPEN/CLOSE hard-key. The individual tracks of the disc will be played in 2. The disc is ejected and can be removed. succession for eight seconds each.
  • Page 36 Displaying the Elapsed Title Time The elapsed title time of the current playing track is This navigation radio is equipped with the Gracenote displayed in the left center of the screen. Music Recognition Service, with an embedded database Select Title from List to look up album, song title, genre and artist information.
  • Page 37 NAVIGATION 35 Music recognition technology and related data are pro- Select Rpt. TRK to repeat the currently playing title. vided by Gracenote . Gracenote is the industry stan- Touch the Rpt. TRK soft-key again to stop the repeat dard in music recognition technology and related content mode.
  • Page 38 36 NAVIGATION A MP3/WMA disc may contain audio files in a folder 4. Touch the BACK soft-key to close a folder. structure. The folder, if any, is shown in the list view. Playing a Video DVD Touch the LIST soft-key, if the list is not displayed.
  • Page 39 NAVIGATION 37 Insert a video DVD first. Touch the VIEW VIDEO soft-key to view the video on the screen. DVD Menu Controls If you insert a DVD video disc that contains a top menu, a menu may appear. The playback starts automatically after the DVD video is recognized by the disc drive.
  • Page 40 38 NAVIGATION Touch the soft-key to move the controls to the right Touch the soft-key to pause playback. part of the screen. Touch the soft-key to stop playback. Touch the soft-key to close the DVD Menu Controls. Touch the soft-key during playback to fast reverse DVD Playback Controls playback.
  • Page 41 NAVIGATION 39 Touch the soft-key to close the DVD MENU Controls. DVD Video Menu While in disc mode with inserted video DVD, press the MENU hard-key to access the DVD Video Menu. In the DVD Setup menu you may select Menu Language,...
  • Page 42: Jukebox Mode (Jb)

    40 NAVIGATION Disc Skipping Selecting Jukebox Mode (JB) Skipping is typically caused by a damaged (scratched) Press the RADIO/MEDIA hard-key repeatedly until the disc. This will result in a 10 second jump forward until JB tab is shown on the screen. Touch the JB soft-key to the damaged area is passed.
  • Page 43 NAVIGATION 41 Fill a JukeBox Album from Audio Disc 1. Touch the SHOW DISC soft-key to display a list of available albums. NOTE: You cannot fill a JukeBox album using a disc with MP3 and WMA files. To do this you must first copy the files to the HDD.
  • Page 44 42 NAVIGATION 3. Touch the FROM DISC soft-key. You may now switch to the DISC mode by touching the DISC soft-key tab to see the copy progress bar. Disc audio 4. Touch the FROM DISC soft-key again to open the can not be heard in this mode.
  • Page 45 NAVIGATION 43 copied tracks. The album soft-keys of unfinished tracks 2. Select an album slot by touching the corresponding will be disabled until the track copy is complete. ---NO ALBUM--- soft-key. You may remove the disc after all tracks are copied.
  • Page 46 44 NAVIGATION 4. Select an album from the Available Albums list by touching the soft-key with the corresponding album name. The selected album starts playing. Clear a JukeBox Album Slot 1. Touch the JB soft-key tab to select the JukeBox mode.
  • Page 47 NAVIGATION 45 Selecting a Jukebox Album (Playlist) Touch the SHOW DISC soft-key to display a list of available albums. 4. Touch the CLEAR soft-key of the album you would like to remove. NOTE: Clearing an album slot does not remove the playlist from the hard disk drive.
  • Page 48 46 NAVIGATION Touch the HIDE DISC soft-key to hide the album list. Touch the soft-key with the desired song name to select and play the track. Touch the LIST soft-key to display a list of songs in the currently playing album.
  • Page 49 NAVIGATION 47 NOTE: By pressing and holding the SEEK button, the JukeBox Menu track counter advances until the button is released. While in JB mode press the MENU hard-key to access the JukeBox Menu. Fast Forward Track Touch and hold the fast forward soft-key. The audio...
  • Page 50: Hard Disk Drive Mode (Hdd)

    48 NAVIGATION Edit JukeBox 1. While in JB mode, press the MENU hard-key to access the JukeBox Menu. NOTE: The CLEAR soft-key in the Edit JukeBox menu does not delete the playlist from the hard disk drive. Hard Disk Drive Mode (HDD) The HDD mode gives you access to the audio files on the 2.
  • Page 51 NAVIGATION 49 Before using the HDD mode, you will need to copy tracks 2. Touch the Copy soft-key to copy music tracks of the to the internal hard drive. inserted disc to the hard disk drive. The files will be stored on the internal hard disk drive...
  • Page 52 50 NAVIGATION NOTE: When copying CD Audio to HDD, audio files are converted from CD Audio to WMA. DVD-Audio cannot be copied to the HDD. Copy WMA/MP3 Files to Hard-Drive You can copy MP3 and WMA formatted compressed audio files from a disc or via USB (e.g., USB stick).
  • Page 53 NAVIGATION 51 Once the songs are copied, the playlist will be named by Copying Complete Disc the originating folder name. 1. Insert a disc with MP3, WMA files. For the example above the list on the HDD will show the...
  • Page 54 52 NAVIGATION Selective Song Copying from Disc You can select specific songs on a WMA/MP3 disc using the following procedure: The copy progress is shown in the display. It is possible to listen to radio modes during this process. 1. While in the DISC mode, press the MENU hard-key to...
  • Page 55 NAVIGATION 53 2. Touch the My Files soft-key. 3. Select My Music.
  • Page 56 54 NAVIGATION 4. Touch the Import Music Files soft-key. 6. Select the folders or titles you would like to copy. 5. Touch the From DISC soft-key in the next screen. A red check mark indicates the selected songs and/or folders. Touch the ALL soft-key to select all files and folders at once.
  • Page 57 NAVIGATION 55 If you unplug or eject the media before the copying process is finished, the process will be interrupted. You may restart the copying process by repeating the steps above. Copying from USB 1. Insert a USB device. 3. Touch the Import Music Files soft-key.
  • Page 58 1. Touch the MUSIC soft-key to select an available cat- folders at once. egory. 6. Touch the DONE soft-key to start the copy process. The navigation radio can sort the files by playlist, by song name, by artist, by genre, by album, or by year.
  • Page 59 NAVIGATION 57 2. For this example touch the Playlists soft-key or the 3. Touch a soft-key with the desired playlist name to play desired category soft-key. a playlist. Touch the PLAY ALL PLAYLISTS soft-key to play all available playlists.
  • Page 60 58 NAVIGATION Next Track Fast Forward Track Press the SEEK up hard-key. The next track of the current Touch and hold the fast forward soft-key. The audio album is played. Once the last track has been reached in will be heard at a reduced level while going the forward direction, the unit will loop back to the first through the track in this mode.
  • Page 61 NAVIGATION 59 Random Playback Editing Playlists on the Hard Disk Drive The random play function plays random tracks from the hard disk drive. Touch the Random soft-key to switch the random play function on or off. A red check mark indicates the random play function is active.
  • Page 62 60 NAVIGATION 2. Touch the My Files soft-key. 3. Select My Music.
  • Page 63 NAVIGATION 61 4. Touch the My Playlists soft-key. 5. Touch the EDIT soft-key (example: DISC_Root_Level _Songs) of the playlist you would like to edit. You can rename the selected playlist, delete songs from the selected playlist, or delete the selected playlist.
  • Page 64 62 NAVIGATION 6. Touch the Rename This Playlist soft-key. 7. Type in a new name for the playlist. NOTE: If you touch the Delete This Playlist soft-key, the 8. Touch the SAVE soft-key to confirm the name. playlist and all songs contained in it, will be permanently...
  • Page 65 NAVIGATION 63 The playlist now has the new name. 10. Select the titles you would like to delete. 9. Touch the Delete Songs From This Playlist soft-key. A red check mark indicates the selected songs. NOTE: If you touch the Delete This Playlist soft-key, the 11.
  • Page 66 64 NAVIGATION 12. Touch the DONE soft-key, when you are done editing the playlist. Deleting All Playlists from the Hard Disk Drive 1. Press the MENU hard-key on the right side of the radio. 2. Touch the System Setup soft-key to access the System Setup menu.
  • Page 67 NAVIGATION 65 In the default mode, the vehicle brand logo is displayed WARNING! in the right half of the screen. Press the Menu hard-key on the right side of the radio to access one of the Setting It is not possible to copy files of a USB device while menus.
  • Page 68 66 NAVIGATION 1. Touch the My Files soft-key to go to the Manage My 2. Touch the My Pictures soft-key to get an overview of Files screen. the currently stored images.
  • Page 69 NAVIGATION 67 The navigation radio can store eight user pictures. 5. Select the type of media inserted. 3. Press one of the Add Picture soft-keys. 4. Insert either a CD or a USB Stick containing your pictures. Refer to Inserting a CD or USB Connector.
  • Page 70 68 NAVIGATION 6. Use the PAGE soft-keys to page through a list of 7. Confirm your selection by touching the YES soft-key. pictures and press the picture you would like to import. NOTE: Files must be in the root directory (top level) of...
  • Page 71 NAVIGATION 69 The imported picture is now available in the Manage My 9. Select this picture by pressing the Picture View soft- Pictures screen. key. A check mark indicates the currently used picture. 8. In order to display the imported picture in the radio Use the PREV or NEXT soft-key to step through the list of screen, touch the desired picture soft-key.
  • Page 72: Remote Devices

    70 NAVIGATION 10. Press the MENU hard-key twice and then touch the REMOTE DEVICES Picture View soft-key to enable the picture view. Sirius Backseat TV™ (if equipped) Sirius Backseat TV™ Mode In order to receive Sirius Backseat TV™ the vehicle needs to be outside with a clear view to the sky.
  • Page 73 NAVIGATION 71 View Sirius Backseat TV™ on the Radio Screen NOTE: To view Sirius Backseat TV™ on the radio screen, the vehicle must be stopped, and the shifter must be in the P position for vehicles with automatic transmis- sion. In vehicles with manual transmission the parking brake must be engaged.
  • Page 74: Video Entertainment System™ (Ves)

    Touch the LIST soft-key to display the channel list. Touch Select CLOSE INFO to hide additional program the HIDE VIDEO soft-key to display the SAT-V mode information. screen. Video Entertainment System™ (VES) The navigation radio can remotely control the VES™. Refer to the VES™ user’s manual for more information.
  • Page 75 NAVIGATION 73 Receiving Audio/Video from the VES™ You can play audio from the VES™ through the vehicle’s speaker system. If you have a VES™ with a video player, you can also see the video on the radios display, if the vehicle is parked.
  • Page 76 A disabled soft-key indicates an unavailable source. In this example the VES™ DVD Player is not available, and the Rear AUX 2 audio is playing on the navigation radio. You can play the VES™ source through the navigation radio sound system.
  • Page 77 NAVIGATION 75 The upper row of tabs controls the headset audio chan- nels 1 or 2. The third tab controls the VES™ on/off button. A VES™ headset can listen to either audio channel 1 or audio channel 2. Touch the soft-key tab 1 to select channel 1. In this example channel one plays the FM RADIO tuner audio.
  • Page 78 19 of a playlist on press the SEEK up or SEEK down hard-keys to change the HDD of the navigation radio. the radio station. Touch the LIST soft-key to display the selected source...
  • Page 79 The RADIO soft-key controls the AM/FM tuner, and the displayed. SAT tuner of the navigation radio. NOTE: The navigation radio cannot play both AM or FM at the same time. The MEDIA soft-key controls the HDD, DISC, and AUX audio source of the navigation radio.
  • Page 80 78 NAVIGATION The VES soft-key controls the DVD Player, Rear AUX 1, Touch the Turn Rear VES ON soft-key to turn the VES™ and Rear AUX 2 of the VES™ system. Touch the on/off soft-key-tab to show the VES™ LOCK VES™...
  • Page 81 NAVIGATION 79 The playback starts automatically after the DVD video is 3. Touch the Rear VES soft-key to display the Rear VES™ recognized by the disc drive. Controls. 2. Press the MENU hard-key on the right side of the 4. Touch the 1 soft-key tab to select audio radio.
  • Page 82 80 NAVIGATION Playing Sirius Backseat TV™ for the rear VES™ 1. To view a Sirius Backseat TV™ (if equipped) on the rear VES™ radio screen, select the SATV tab in the radio mode. 5. Touch the MEDIA soft-key to select the media mode.
  • Page 83 NAVIGATION 81 6. Touch the RADIO soft-key to select the radio mode. 4. Touch the Rear VES soft-key to display the Rear VES™ Controls. 7. Touch the SATV soft-key to select the Sirius Satellite Video receiver. 5. Touch the 1 soft-key tab to select audio...
  • Page 84: Usb Connector

    It is possible to transfer audio files or pictures files to the USB connector. Some player devices save music files in navigation radio. Files can be on a disc or on a USB MP4 format, which cannot be played in this radio. Some device (e.g., USB stick).
  • Page 85 NAVIGATION 83 How to open the cover 2. Pull forward. 1. Place finger under the pull arrow. NOTE: The flap is attached and should not be removed! Do not pull the flap off of the frame. Do not use a tool (e.g., screw driver, nail file, etc.) to open the flap, as this...
  • Page 86 84 NAVIGATION How to Close the Cover 2. Hook the top hooks (1) into the frame first. 1. Using your thumb and index finger, grasp the flap. Notice the hooks (1), which must first be inserted into the frame.
  • Page 87: Aux Mode

    AUX Mode The AUX connector allows you to connect the headset output of an audio device (e.g., MP3 player) to the navigation radio. The audio of the connected device will then be played through the navigation radio sound system. 3. Then push on the bottom of the flap, to secure in place.
  • Page 88 (not provided with the radio) to the AUX connector on use the device controls instead. the navigation radio and to the earphone connector of your audio device. NOTE: Inserting of a mono jack will result in improper...
  • Page 89: Speech Dialogue System

    Voice Recognition System (VR) options. This Voice Recognition System allows you to control your AM and FM radio, satellite radio, disc player, navigation You can always recall the help menus by saying HELP. system, hard disk drive storage, and a memo recorder.
  • Page 90 All other commands can be used depending upon the Display Menu active application. In addition to audible help, the navigation radio is able to display the most important available commands on the For example: If you are in the navigation menu and you screen.
  • Page 91 • MEMO (to switch to the memo recorder) 1. Start a dialogue by pressing the VR hard-key. • NAVIGATION (to switch to the navigation mode) 2. Say a command (e.g., HELP). • SYSTEM SETUP (to display the system setup menu) 3.
  • Page 92 90 NAVIGATION • SATELLITE RADIO (to switch to the satellite radio) • PREVIOUS STATION (to select the previous station) • RADIO MENU (to switch to the radio menu) Radio AM To switch to the AM band say AM or RADIO AM.
  • Page 93 NAVIGATION 91 Sirius Backseat TV™ Disc To switch to Sirius Backseat TV™ mode say SATV or To switch to the disc mode say DISC. SATELLITE VIDEO. In this mode you may say the In this mode you may say the following commands: following commands: •...
  • Page 94 92 NAVIGATION VES™ − DELETE (to delete the recording) To switch to the VES™ mode say V E S. • PLAY MEMOS (to play previously recorded memos) In this mode you may say the following commands: During the playback you may press the VR hard-key •...
  • Page 95 NOTE: Not all commands will be available at all times, − POINT OF INTEREST depending upon the system context. • FIND NEARBY POI NOTE: Read the navigation chapter first, to help you • FIND POI NEAR DESTINATION understand the functionality of the available commands. • FIND WITHIN A CITY You may say: •...
  • Page 97 NAVIGATION 95 • HELP SCREEN session should be completed when the vehicle is parked, engine running, all windows closed, and the blower fan − ON switched off. − OFF This procedure may be repeated with a new user. The • TUTORIAL system will adapt to the last trained voice only.
  • Page 98: Uconnect Overview

    96 NAVIGATION • Touch the Start Voice Training soft-key to train the Voice Recognition system. • Touch the Listen to Tutorial soft-key to hear instruc- tions on voice training. NOTE: With rolled down windows, the system perfor- mance may be compromised.
  • Page 99 NAVIGATION 97 Overview UConnect is a voice-activated, hands-free, in vehicle communications system. UConnect allows you to dial a phone number with your cellular phone using simple voice commands (e.g., “Call” … “Jim” …Work” or “Dial” … “248-555-1212”). Your cellular phone’s audio is trans- mitted through your vehicle’s audio system;...
  • Page 100 UConnect features cle’s navigation radio audio system. The volume of the Bluetooth technology – the global standard that enables UConnect system can either be adjusted from the radio different electronic devices to connect to each other volume rotary knob, or from the steering wheel radio without wires or a docking station, so UConnect works control, if so equipped.
  • Page 101 NAVIGATION 99 UConnect Microphone You may always exit the system by saying CANCEL. The rearview mirror contains the microphone for the Other universal commands include HELP and MAIN system and the radio has the two control hard-keys that MENU. will enable you to access the system.
  • Page 102 100 NAVIGATION Listen to the choices and give your command after the To activate the UConnect system from idle, simply press beep. the UConnect hard-key and follow audible prompts for directions. All UConnect system sessions begin with a Barge In – Overriding Prompts press of the UConnect™...
  • Page 103 NAVIGATION 101 4. When prompted, after the beep, say PAIR A PHONE uconnect or and follow the audible prompts. Phone pairing can either be done using the touch screen 5. You will be asked to say a four-digit pin number...
  • Page 104 The number will appear in (refer to “Advanced Phone Connectivity” section). the display of the navigation radio. Dial by Saying a Number 1. Press the UConnect hard-key to begin.
  • Page 105 3. Say PHONEBOOK. name and then dial the corresponding phone number, which will appear in the display of the navigation radio. 4. When prompted, after the beep, say NEW ENTRY. Use of long names helps the voice recognition and is recommended.
  • Page 106 1. Press the UConnect hard-key to begin. The navigation radio will allow you to enter up to 500 2. Wait for the beep. names in the phonebook with each name having ad- dresses, and up to four associated phone numbers, and 3.
  • Page 107 NAVIGATION 105 6. Next, choose the number designation (home, work, 3. Say PHONEBOOK. mobile, or pager) that you wish to edit. 4. When prompted, after the beep, say DELETE ENTRY. 7. When prompted, recite the new phone number for the 5.
  • Page 108 106 NAVIGATION Delete/Erase “All” Phonebook Entries The UConnect system will play the names of the phone- book entries. 1. Press the UConnect hard-key to begin. 5. To call one of the names in the list, press the “Voice 2. Wait for the beep.
  • Page 109 NAVIGATION 107 Answer or Reject an Incoming Call: NOTE: The UConnect system compatible phones in When no Call Currently is in Progress: When you market today do not support rejecting an incoming call receive a call on your cellular phone, the UConnect when another call is in progress.
  • Page 110 108 NAVIGATION Place / Retrieve a Call from Hold Three-Way Call 1. To put a call on hold, press the UConnect button until 1. To initiate three-way calling, press the VR hard-key you hear a single beep which will indicate that the call while a call is in progress.
  • Page 111 NAVIGATION 109 2. If the active call is terminated by the far end, a call on Call Continuation hold may not become active automatically. This is cell Call continuation is progression of a phone call on the phone dependent. UConnect system after the vehicle ignition key has been switched to OFF.
  • Page 112 110 NAVIGATION Emergency Assistance Canada, and 060 for Mexico). The number dialed may not If you are in an emergency and the mobile phone is be applicable with the available cellular service and area. reachable: NOTE: The UConnect system does slightly lower your 1.
  • Page 113 NAVIGATION 111 3. Say TOWING ASSISTANCE. Working with Automated Systems This method is designed to be used in instances where NOTE: The Towing Assistance number dialed is based one generally has to press numbers on the cellular phone on the Country where the vehicle is purchased (800-528-...
  • Page 114 112 NAVIGATION 1. Press the VR button 5. The UConnect system will play the current confirma- tion prompt status and you will be given the choice to 2. Say 3 7 4 6 # SEND. change it. Saying a number, or sequence of numbers, followed by...
  • Page 115: Advanced Phone Connectivity

    NAVIGATION 113 audio system. The UConnect system will work the same 3. Say MUTE or MUTE ON. as if you dial the number using Voice Recognition. In order to un-mute the UConnect system: NOTE: Certain brands of mobile phones do not send the 1.
  • Page 116 114 NAVIGATION The navigation radio starts playing the last used audio Automatic Transfer Call to UConnect System source, and you can continue your call on the cellphone. If you have an ongoing call on a cellphone which was paired with the UConnect System before, and the navi-...
  • Page 117 NAVIGATION 115 To “select” or “delete” a paired phone being announced, The phone names along with priority numbers will be press the VR hard-key and say SELECT or DELETE. Also, announced. see the next two sections for alternative ways of doing 5.
  • Page 118 116 NAVIGATION This feature allows you to delete a phone from the 7. Say the priority number of the phone that you wish to UConnect system. delete. The phone must have been previously paired to the Things You Should Know About Voice UConnect system that you want to delete it from.
  • Page 119 NAVIGATION 117 • You may say “O” (letter “O”) for “0” (zero). “800” may − fully closed windows, and be spoken EIGHT ZERO ZERO. − dry weather conditions. • Even though international dialing for most number • Even though the system is designed for users speaking...
  • Page 120 118 NAVIGATION • Performance, such as audio clarity, echo, and loudness Voice Tree - Main Menu to a large degree, relies on the phone and network, and To initiate UConnect , press the UConnect hard-key. not the UConnect system. In this menu you may say the following commands: •...
  • Page 122: Navigation

    120 NAVIGATION NAVIGATION Navigation Software This navigation radio requires digital data from a Navi- General Notes gation Database. The data in the Navigation Database is System Overview licensed from Navigation Technologies . Not all roads Your navigation system receives GPS signals from up to are digitized.
  • Page 123: Navigation Main Menu

    Navigation Disclaimer. System Limitations 2. Press the NAV hard-key to switch to the navigation The map data that is included with your system is the menu and toggle between Map Viewer and Navigation most recent available at the time of production.
  • Page 124 122 NAVIGATION • Recent Places Touch this soft-key when you want to route to a destination you programmed before. (See the Destina- tion Input section for details). • My Trips Touch this soft-key when you want to program or save trips with multiple destinations.
  • Page 125 NAVIGATION 123 • Favorite POI’s • MAP Touch this soft-key when you want to enter a point of Touch this soft-key when you want to display a map of interest from a preselected favorite POI category list, your current position. (See the Map Viewer section for which is also available while the vehicle is in motion.
  • Page 126: Destination Input By Poi

    NAV hard-key to go back to the Press the NAV hard-key to access the NAV Main Menu. Navigation Main Menu. NOTE: Touch the 0-9 soft-key to access numbers, and touch the MORE... soft-key to access special characters, if...
  • Page 127 1. While you are in the NAV - Main Menu touch the tion), within the map database (POI in Map Area), by POI Where AM I Now? soft-key. The navigation radio dis- name, by phone number, and within a city.
  • Page 128 126 NAVIGATION 2. Touch the NEARBY POI soft-key. The POI list shows the POI address, the distance to the POI (direct distance - as the crow flies), and a directional Select a POI category. For this example select Gasoline. arrow.
  • Page 129 NAVIGATION 127 POI Nearby Destination For this example we will continue by entering a gas station close to the currently entered destination. 2. Touch the Destination Info soft-key to select the Des- tination Info menu. 1. While the system is in guidance mode, touch the...
  • Page 130 To select a POI by type, select Point of Interest in the NAV POI in Map Area – Main Menu screen, and then touch the Select Type from To select a POI from anywhere on the navigation data- List soft-key. base map area, select Point of Interest in the NAV – Main...
  • Page 131 NAVIGATION 129 Touch the soft-key with the desired category to display a list of Points of Interest. NOTE: The length of the lists are limited to five pages while the vehicle is in motion. NOTE: Once you start the destination input you can touch the CANCEL soft-key to cancel the destination input process.
  • Page 132 130 NAVIGATION The Favorite POIs screen shows the available categories. Select CLEAR ALL to delete all categories from the list. 2. You may select ADD to add more categories. Edit a category soft-key by touching the soft-key with the category you would like to edit. If you select Clear in the You may select EDIT LIST to either clear all, clear next screen the soft-key will be removed from the list.
  • Page 133 NAVIGATION 131 Destination Input Overview Destination Entry Screen Press the NAV hard-key to access the NAV Main Menu. At this point, you need to decide what type of destination Touch the New Destination soft-key to get to the Desti- you would like to enter.
  • Page 134 1. Touch the Street Address soft-key to get to the Street NOTE: If you select a street without knowing a house Address menu. number, the navigation radio will guide you to the closest end location on the entered street. Intersection allows you to enter two street names.
  • Page 135 NAVIGATION 133 You can change the state/province and/or country tem- porarily for the current destination input by touching the STATE, PROVINCE, or COUNTRY soft-key in this menu. NOTE: It is recommended to change the default state and/or default country, if you plan to enter more than one destination in the destination area (e.g., vacation,...
  • Page 136 134 NAVIGATION 3. Once the country is set to USA and the state is set to WASHINGTON D.C., touch the WASHINGTON D.C. soft-key in the first row of the Street Address screen. This will allow you to input the street name in Washington D.C.
  • Page 137 NAVIGATION 135 If you touch the CONTINUE soft-key without entering a number, the navigation system will guide you to a section of the entered street which is the closest to your current location. The speller displays only numbers contained in the digital map.
  • Page 138 136 NAVIGATION NOTE: If the displayed address is not the desired address, you can either touch the BACK soft-key in the upper left corner of the screen to step back to the previous screens, press the NAV hard-key to start over from the NAV - Main Menu, or touch CANCEL to cancel the destination input.
  • Page 139 5. Touch the Enter Name of Street 2 soft-key to enter the first street. second street. The navigation radio will display a list of possible cross streets of the initially entered street. 4. Enter “Kaufman Ln” into the speller and confirm the...
  • Page 140 138 NAVIGATION 6. Select “Bridwell Dr” for this example. If you wish to change your mind and prefer to select a different cross street, you can touch the soft-key with the cross street name to select another cross street. 7. Touch CONTINUE to confirm the intersection and touch GO in the Confirm Route To screen to start the route guidance.
  • Page 141 NAVIGATION 139 Destination Input by Geo Coordinate Destination Input by Favorite Places Touch the Geo Coordinate soft-key in the Destination Touch the Favorite Places soft-key in the Destination Entry screen. Entry Menu. NOTE: The Favorite Places soft-key is disabled if the favorite places memory is empty.
  • Page 142 140 NAVIGATION Touch the soft-key with the name of the desired destina- tion and confirm the route with GO to start the route guidance. Touch the EDIT LIST soft-key to delete either all or single entries off the recent destination list. To exit the Edit Recent Destinations menu touch the DONE soft-key.
  • Page 143 NAVIGATION 141 segment or POI icon, you can quickly enter a destination After touching the map on the screen, a set of arrows without the need to input the city name or street. appears. NOTE: This feature is also available while the vehicle is 2.
  • Page 144 142 NAVIGATION Destination Input by Recent Places Touch the Recent Places soft-key in the NAV Main Menu. See the Record New Trail section in this manual for more information. Touch the soft-key with the name of the desired destina- tion and confirm the route with GO to start the route...
  • Page 145 The navigation radio will respond, saying: “Navigation.” The radio will respond: “For Lolly Pop Street. The only The navigation radio has switched to the navigation city that could be found is Westland, Michigan. Do you mode and is now ready to receive navigation-related want to use this city?”...
  • Page 146 144 NAVIGATION The radio will respond: “City name has been accepted. Guide Me Home Now, do you want to enter a house number?” Touch the Guide Me Home soft-key in the NAV - Main Menu, and touch the GO soft-key to confirm the route to 7.
  • Page 147 NAVIGATION 145 1. Touch the Emergency Information soft-key in the NAV - Main Menu. 2. Select Hospitals, Police Stations, Fire Departments or Dealerships. 3. Read and confirm the disclaimer. WARNING! The distances displayed in the Emergency facility lists are air distances (as the crow flies). In some cases the road distance to the facility may vary.
  • Page 148 146 NAVIGATION Record New Trail The trail function is a feature that allows you to log and save a trail in non-digitized areas. NOTE: It is recommended to start the trail into a non-digitized area from a digitized road. 1. Touch the MAP soft-key in the NAV Main Menu to access the map.
  • Page 149 NAVIGATION 147 3. Touch the Stop Trail soft-key to stop the trail record- ing. The Record Trail soft-key will switch to the Stop Trail soft-key and the trail appears as a yellow line on the map • Touch Discard Current Trail to discard the trail and screen while you drive along a route.
  • Page 150 148 NAVIGATION 4. Touch Stop and Save Current Trail. 5. Touch the Change Name soft-key to edit the trail name. 6. Touch the DONE soft-key to save the trail recording without changing the name. The trail recording is now saved in the Saved Trails Memory.
  • Page 151 NAVIGATION 149 Route Guidance to a Recorded Trail The Saved Trails Memory is accessible in the Destination Entry menu. The route guidance will route you to the start point of the trail (green dot). You may touch the EDIT soft-key to change the trail name or to delete trails from the My Saved Trails list.Select the desired trail and confirm the destination...
  • Page 152 Once you arrive at the destination (green dot, destination You may now follow the trail on the screen. The trail will icon), the route guidance will end. be displayed until you touch the STOP TRAIL soft-key in the Navigation Main Menu.
  • Page 153: Route Guidance

    Route Guidance After starting route guidance, the system calculates the route and announces: “Follow the arrows on the display.” You will receive navigation recommendations by voice messages and screen displays. Touch the Full Map soft-key to display a full map during route guidance.
  • Page 154 • Touch the Time of Arrival soft-key to show or hide the estimated time of arrival at your destination. Touch the SAVE soft-key to save your changes. POI Icons on the Map The navigation radio is able to display available points of interest on the map.
  • Page 155 Touch the RPT soft-key in the upper right corner of the Touch the icon soft-key to show or hide an icon on the navigation screen to hear the current navigation map. announcement. Automatic Re-Routing If you miss a turn while navigating, the navigation radio will automatically adjust your route.
  • Page 156 154 NAVIGATION Route Options The View Turn List soft-key lists streets utilized for the After pressing the OPTIONS soft-key in the Route Guid- current route. ance Menu, the following information is displayed: The Destination Info soft-key displays destination infor- mation.
  • Page 157 In an unverified map area, the navigation system is unaware of turning restrictions e.g. one way roads, or where turns are not permitted.
  • Page 158 156 NAVIGATION NOTE: A warning message may appear on the screen lot, garage, etc., that is not contained on the digital street every time you enter an area with unverified navigation map. The arrow indicates the actual geographic direction database data.
  • Page 159 NAVIGATION 157 to make any lane changes needed to safely make the turn. As always, road safety must be observed when making a lane change. “Follow the road.” - You should continue driving on the current road for the distance shown.
  • Page 160: Navigation Options

    158 NAVIGATION NOTE: At intersections and traffic circles, only the ends “You have reached your destination.” - The specified of the roads to be passed are displayed. destination has been reached and route guidance is terminated. The display will switch back after few seconds.
  • Page 161 NAVIGATION 159 Press Simulate Route to simulate the route. Use the page soft-keys to scroll through the list of turns. The turn soft-keys display the length of the route seg- View Turn List to see a list of turns on the route.
  • Page 162 160 NAVIGATION Touch the Avoid This Road soft-key to avoid the selected The turn will be displayed in the center of the map. Touch turn in the list. The route will be re-calculated, if an the NEXT TURN soft-key to show a map of the area close alternate route is possible.
  • Page 163 NAVIGATION 161 Touch the Destination Info soft-key in the NAV Options Touch the Change Method soft-key in the NAV Options menu to find a map of the destination area, the complete menu to change the default routing method. address or coordinates of your destination.
  • Page 164: Navigation Default Settings

    Take Detour soft-key. Select a distance and touch the GO soft-key to confirm. The navigation will avoid the roads in the turn list for the selected distance and calculate an alternate route. Touch the Take Detour soft-key to access the Detour From Navigation Default Settings Route menu.
  • Page 165 NAVIGATION 163 Set Measurement Metric/US Set Default Routing Method From the Navigation Main Menu touch NAV Settings Mark or unmark route parameters and then touch the and then select either mi/ft or km/m. SAVE soft-key to confirm the changes. Press the NAV hard-key to cancel without change.
  • Page 166 164 NAVIGATION GPS Information Guidance Prompts The GPS Information menu displays Current Location, Select and adjust the navigation guidance prompts in this Coordinates in degrees, minutes and seconds (touch the menu. DECIMAL soft-key to switch to Decimal degrees), num- Touch the SAMPLE VOL soft-key to listen to the current ber of used satellites, a map of the calculated position, volume setting.
  • Page 167: Map Viewer

    Touch the CANCEL soft-key to exit the menu without saving the settings. Map Viewer Press the NAV hard-key to switch to the Navigation - Main Menu. Press the NAV hard-key again to toggle between Navi- gation - Main Menu and navigation MAP.
  • Page 168 Touch the soft-key with the 2D/3D symbol to toggle between 2D or 3D map views. Route Lines The navigation radio displays recorded trail lines as Touch the slider or the IN and OUT soft-keys to change yellow lines on top of the road map. (See Record New the zoom level.
  • Page 169: Stop Over

    NAVIGATION 167 NOTE: Suggested route (green) have a higher priority confirm a stop over, you may either go to the entered stop than recorded trails and may overwrite recorded trail over first, or to add it to a destination list.
  • Page 170: Trip Planner

    168 NAVIGATION Trip Planner If you are traveling to multiple destinations, the My Trip function will allow you to calculate and save the route to each destination. 1. Touch the My Trips soft-key in the NAV - Main Menu. 3. Name the trip and touch the SAVE soft-key.
  • Page 171 NAVIGATION 169 4. Touch ADD DESTINATION. In the Confirm Destination screen 5. Enter a destination (see section Destination Input in 6. Touch the SAVE soft-key to add the destination to the this manual). list.
  • Page 172 170 NAVIGATION NOTE: You can add up to eight destinations to a trip. 8. You may now either PLAN NEW TRIP, DELETE ALL The display shows the Itinerary is FULL message in the your trips, or select your trip by touching the soft-key status line, if all eight destinations are used.
  • Page 173 NAVIGATION 171 9. Touch a destination soft-key to get the destination In the Edit Trip menu you may rename, delete, or edit the information, or touch the START THIS TRIP soft-key to details of this trip. Touch a destination in the list.
  • Page 174: Realtime Traffic By Sirius Satellite Radio

    172 NAVIGATION You may now Change Name or Change Address. Touch the yellow up and down arrow soft-keys to move the entry in the list. Touch the SAVE soft-key when you Touch the DONE soft-key to confirm your changes. are done.
  • Page 175 NAVIGATION 173 The navigation radio receives traffic messages with the satellite radio receiver. You must have a subscription with Sirius to receive this service. Refer to the Re- Subscribe to Sirius Satellite Radio chapter in the Radio section of this manual.
  • Page 176 174 NAVIGATION Display Traffic Messages 1. Press the MENU hard-key on the right side of the radio. The traffic message screen displays traffic messages in a list form. Data related to traffic flows, incidents, weather, etc., are gathered from traffic monitoring systems, emer- gency services, motorists’...
  • Page 177 NAVIGATION 175 3. Touch one of the soft-keys with a message to view Switching Sirius Realtime Traffic On or Off details. 1. Press the MENU hard-key on the right side of the radio. 2. Touch the Sirius Traffic soft-key. 3. Touch Setup to access the Sirius Traffic Setup menu.
  • Page 178 176 NAVIGATION 4. The Realtime Traffic icon in the upper right View All Messages corner of the screen indicates that the Realtime You can view either all received messages for the area Traffic receiver is on. The icon color green indicates...
  • Page 179 NAVIGATION 177 Realtime Traffic Legend The navigation radio can display icons on the map when the Sirius Traffic function is active. NOTE: It can take between 15 and 30 minutes for a message to reach the system. Touch the LEGEND soft-key in the Sirius Traffic Setup...
  • Page 180: Address Book

    This is a safety feature that limits the availability of certain navigation tasks while the vehicle is traveling. Touch the In-Motion Folder soft-key and add links to existing entries in the Default Folder, VR Created Entries folder, or any of the personalized folders.
  • Page 181 NAVIGATION 179 Add a Folder 2. Touch My Files for the Manage My Files screen. Touch the +Folder soft-key to add a personalized folder. After the new folder is named, the folder will be available in the address book. Entering/Editing/Deleting an Address 1.
  • Page 182 180 NAVIGATION The Address Book screen appears. 5. Touch the ADD soft-key to add a new contact. Touch CLEAR ALL to delete all contacts in this folder, touch 4. To select an address from the Default folder, touch the DONE to go back to the Address Book menu, or touch a Default Folder soft-key.
  • Page 183 NAVIGATION 181 You may now create a new contact or copy a contact from 7. Enter a name for your new contact. another folder. 8. Press the SAVE soft-key to display the Contact Infor- 6. Touch Create New Contact to go to the next screen.
  • Page 184 182 NAVIGATION You may now edit the contact information. Add a voice In this example, we need to add an address to the contact. tag for the voice recognition or touch the Edit Contact 9. Press Add Address and enter a destination (refer to soft-key to add more information to the entry.
  • Page 185 NAVIGATION 183 10. Once the destination is entered, touch the SAVE In addition, you may enter a phone number by pressing soft-key to confirm the address. the Add Phone # soft-key. 11. Touch the DONE soft-key after all available informa-...
  • Page 186 184 NAVIGATION Search a Contact in the Address Book 1. Touch the SEARCH soft-key in the Address Book menu. 4. Touch the B. Jeffries soft-key from the results list to select the contact. 2. Enter a contact name. 3. Touch either LIST or CONTINUE.
  • Page 187: System Information

    5. Once the contact information is displayed, touch the Route To soft-key to start route guidance to the contacts address, or touch Call Contact, if a valid phone was entered, and a telephone is connected to the navigation radio.
  • Page 188: User Data Backup

    What can I do? changing to a vehicle with a compatible navigation radio (e.g., end of lease). A.: Select MUSIC TYPE while in radio mode. Select...
  • Page 189: Voice Recognition

    A.: Your phone is still connected with UConnect via A.: Go to Destination Input, then Saved Locations. There Bluetooth , the navigation radio expects you to be in the you will find the Home Address. Press EDIT to edit the car.
  • Page 190: Glossary Of Terms

    188 NAVIGATION GLOSSARY OF TERMS Gracenote Media Data- base, Gracenote Media Autostore Recognition Service (ww- Compact Disc Compact Disc Changer Global Positioning System CDDB A technology company Greenwich Mean Time founded in 1995 as Hard-Disk Drive CDDB, Inc. The company...
  • Page 191 NAVIGATION 189 The.M4A format is actu- RDBS Radio Data Broadcasting ally the audio layer of System (non-video) MPEG 4 Satellite Radio movies. SAT-V Satellite Backseat TV™ The.M4P format is an au- Speech Dialog System dio file purchased from Traffic Message Channel Apple’s Music Store...
  • Page 192 INSTALLATION OF RADIO TRANSMITTING EQUIPMENT Special design considerations are incorporated into this The antenna cable should be as short as practical and vehicle’s electronic system to provide immunity to radio routed away from the vehicle wiring when possible. Use frequency signals. Mobile two-way radios and telephone only fully shielded coaxial cable.
  • Page 193 First Edition Printed in U.S.A. Chrysler LLC...