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  • Page 2 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. used in substitution therefor.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    NAVIGATION CONTENTS ▫ Audio Settings ..... . . 13 Safety Guidelines ......4 Introduction .
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    ▫ Data Backup And Updates ....205 Navigation ......132 Troubleshooting .
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    ▫ UConnect ......207 ▫ Navigation ......206 Glossary Of Terms .
  • Page 6: Safety Guidelines

    Return it to your authorized Chrysler 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 vehicles location.
  • Page 7: Introduction

    REU radio navigation system. When using this product, be aware of state-specific norms and guidelines. INTRODUCTION Visit http://www.chrysler.com/mygig/ 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. updatable. Visit http://www.chrysler.com/mygig/ or contact your Chrysler Dealership for the latest available NOTE: Many features of this radio are speed depen- software.
  • Page 9 NAVIGATION 7 Any attached cable should be routed so that it will not CD/DVD Drive apply any pressure to the connection. Do not insert any damaged, warped, scratched or dirty CD’s or DVD’s into the CD/DVD player. Do not use a USB device which will interfere with the operation of opening the display.
  • Page 10 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: General Handling

    Press the ON/ OFF VOLUME rotary knob to switch the radio on. The navigation software is always working when the ignition is switched on, even if the radio is in standby mode. It is possible to eject the CD and to display the time if the unit is switched off.
  • Page 12 LOAD To load a disc, press LOAD and select the desired slot with buttons 1-6. NOTE: If you are in one of the navigation menus (NAV menu, MAP display, etc.), you need to press the When inserting a disc, make sure the label is facing up.
  • Page 13 INFO Press the INFO button to display additional infor- RADIO Press the RADIO button to toggle between mation for the current screen display. E.g. navigation RADIO modes AM, FM, SAT, SATV. route info, song info, etc. MEDIA Press the MEDIA button to toggle between AUX Connector Connect an external audio device into MEDIA modes HDD, DISC, AUX, VES.
  • Page 14: Steering Wheel Mounted Controls

    CD disc able (FM, AM, CD, DVD, SAT, SATV, NAV etc.). To switch number, satellite radio channel, and navigation system to the navigation mode, push and hold the switch. To information. leave the navigation mode, push the switch momentarily.
  • Page 15: Audio Settings

    NAVIGATION 13 The following describes the operation of the SCROLL SIRIUS Backseat TV™ Operation switch in each mode: If equipped with a SIRIUS Backseat TV™, this control will function the same way as in Sirius Satellite Radio AM/FM/SAT Operation mode.
  • Page 16 14 NAVIGATION Audio Control Menu Treble — Press the JOYSTICK, and then turn the CEN- Press the AUDIO/TUNE rotary knob on the right side of TER CONTROL knob to adjust the treble. Press the the radio to access the Audio Controls menu.
  • Page 17: Getting Started

    If the unit is off, switch it on using the ON/OFF Volume rotary knob (1). Before using the navigation radio read and accept the disclaimer. The disclaimer will be activated after the ignition is turned on. Press the JOYSTICK to accept the...
  • Page 18 The navigation radio will conform to the vehicle lan- guage set in the ELECTRONIC VEHICLE INFORMA- TION CENTER (EVIC), if equipped. If you change the language in the navigation radio, the vehicle will change the language for all display informa- tion. Refer to the vehicles owner’s manual.
  • Page 19 NAVIGATION 17 6. Turn the CENTER CONTROL knob until YES is high- Set the Time lighted. GPS Time 7. Press the JOYSTICK to confirm the language change. 1. Press and hold the TIME button. NOTE: The check-mark indicates the currently active NOTE: The check-mark indicates the currently active language.
  • Page 20 18 NAVIGATION 2. Turn the CENTER CONTROL knob until Time Zone is NOTE: The check—mark indicates the currently active highlighted. setting. 3. Press the JOYSTICK to select Time Zone. NOTE: The check—mark indicates the currently active time zone setting. 4. Turn the CENTER CONTROL knob until the desired time zone is highlighted.
  • Page 21 NAVIGATION 19 User Time Set Minutes It is possible to set up you own time (ahead or behind 1. Turn the CENTER CONTROL knob to highlight Set actual GPS time). Minutes. Set Hours 2. Press the JOYSTICK to select the desired setting 1.
  • Page 22 20 NAVIGATION 4. To access preset 1–6 press the SET button once fol- 3. Press the JOYSTICK to select the Phone Pairing menu. lowed by a preset button (1–6). To access preset 7–12 4. Turn the CENTER CONTROL knob until Pair New press the SET button twice followed by preset button Phone is highlighted.
  • Page 23 NAVIGATION 21 You need to input a 4 digit PIN number (The same 4 digit pin number must be entered in your phone too. Refer to the user’s manual of your phone.) 6. Turn the CENTER CONTROL knob until a digit is highlighted 7.
  • Page 24 22 NAVIGATION Enter Home Address 1. Press the NAV button. If the radio does not display the NAV - Main Menu, press the NAV button again. 2. Turn the CENTER CONTROL knob until Guide Me Home is highlighted. NOTE: The following steps are different, if the home address has been set already.
  • Page 25 NAVIGATION 23 5. Press the JOYSTICK to access the Enter Home Address NOTE: Read more about destination input and the menu. predictive speller in the Navigation section of this manual. 6. Select Street Address and confirm to enter your ad- dress.
  • Page 26: Radio

    After you have entered your home address, the system RADIO will start a route guidance to your home every time you Radio Mode confirm the Guide Me Home selection in the Navigation- Main Menu. Overview The REU navigation radio is equipped with 4 different...
  • Page 27 NAVIGATION 25 Satellite Radio Mode Station Presets In order to receive satellite radio, the vehicle needs to be There are 12 station presets available for storing the radio outside with a clear view to the sky. If the screen shows stations in each tuner range.
  • Page 28 26 NAVIGATION Display Radio Preset List in AM, FM 1. Press the LIST button while in AM or FM mode. Store Radio Presets To access preset 1-6 press the SET button once followed by a preset button (1-6). To access preset 7-12 press the SET button twice followed by a preset button (1-6).
  • Page 29 RBDS (Radio Broadcasting Data System) This radio navigation system is capable of receiving RBDS signals in the FM band. RBDS is a technology used for transmitting textual information about the music type, song and artist for FM band music.
  • Page 30 28 NAVIGATION MUSIC TYPE (Program Type Filter) will then only display stations with matching program types. If you close MUSIC TYPE, then your selection will not be considered for SEEK and SCAN. RBDS (FM) Program Types Adult Hits, Classic Rock, Classical, College, Country,...
  • Page 31: Radio Settings

    NAVIGATION 29 You can find Sirius’ current terms and conditions at SAT MENU http://www.sirius.com Radio Settings While in radio mode press the MENU button to display the radio menu. AM / FM MENU There are no specific settings for this mode.
  • Page 32 30 NAVIGATION 2. Turn the CENTER CONTROL knob until Presets List Channel Lock is highlighted. 3. Press the JOYSTICK to mark the selection. NOTE: The check-mark indicates that the preset list is available. If the check-mark is already selected press the MENU button again.
  • Page 33 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 necessary to access the information on the Subscription Information screen in order to re-subscribe.
  • Page 34 32 NAVIGATION SAT VIDEO MENU (if equipped) TV™ with your radio. Following expiration of the one- While in SATV Mode press the MENU button to display year free services, it will be necessary to access the the SATV Menu. information on the Subscription Information screen in order to re-subscribe.
  • Page 35 NAVIGATION 33 NOTE: SIRIUS Backseat TV™ is not currently available in Canada. Display Settings Select Daytime Colors to switch to manual daytime mode and to adjust the brightness of the display using daytime colors. Select Nighttime Colors to switch to manual nighttime...
  • Page 36 34 NAVIGATION Select Auto Colors to switch to automatic daytime/ nighttime mode and to control the brightness of the display using the light switch of the vehicle. View Settings Check Default View to enable the default view mode. Check Picture View to enable the picture view mode.
  • Page 37 NAVIGATION 35 In Default View the vehicle brand logo is displayed in the In Picture View a pictures can be displayed on the right right half of the screen. half of the radio screen. Refer to the Hard Disk Drive...
  • Page 38 36 NAVIGATION In Map View mode the navigation map or turn-by-turn In Screen Saver View the screen stays black. Press any navigation (as shown above) can be displayed on the button on the radio to de-activate the screen saver. right half of the radio screen (see Navigation View...
  • Page 39: Media

    ParkView™ (if equipped) MEDIA Disc Changer Mode Overview The navigation radio is equipped with a CD/DVD changer player. When equipped with ParkView™, the radio display shows the rear view camera picture as soon as the shifter is in position R for vehicles with automatic transmission.
  • Page 40 38 NAVIGATION Toggle between the media modes by pressing the MEDIA Your radio will play the following formats: button. The disc changer mode is selected when the DISC MP3, WMA, CD Audio, DVD Audio, and DVD Video, tab is highlighted.
  • Page 41 NAVIGATION 39 Inserting a Disc 1. Press the LOAD button once. 3. Wait until the radio displays Insert Disc on the left side of the screen. 4. With the printed side upwards, insert the disc into the 2. Select an empty slot by pressing one of the preset disc slot of the radio.
  • Page 42 40 NAVIGATION NOTE: Use only standard size discs. Discs that have been modified with an adhesive label should not be used in the CD/DVD player. High definition content and media (e.g HD-DVD, Blue- Ray) is not supported. NOTE: On MP3 and WMA CD’s with a large number of songs, it may take several seconds to read, play, and display information for all songs on the disc.
  • Page 43 NAVIGATION 41 Selecting a Disc Next Track Press one of the preset buttons (1-6) to select and play a Press the SEEK up button. The next track on the disc is disc in a specific slot of the disc changer, while in DISC played.
  • Page 44 CENTER CONTROL knob until the track is highlighted. Press the JOYSTICK to play the highlighted track. This navigation radio is equipped with the Gracenote Press the LIST button again to hide the list. Music Recognition Service, with an embedded database...
  • Page 45 Gracenote . Gracenote is the industry standard in music recognition technology and related content delivery. For more information visit www.gracenote.com. NOTE: Visit http://www.chrysler.com/mygig/ for up- date information. Copy Disc to Hard-Drive Read about copying discs in the Hard Disk Drive section of this manual.
  • Page 46 44 NAVIGATION Select Stop to stop the currently playing disc. Select Pause to pause the currently playing disc. Select Play to play the currently playing disc. Playing a MP3/WMA Disc 1. Press the LOAD button once. 2. Select an empty slot by pressing one of the preset buttons (1-6).
  • Page 47 NAVIGATION 45 The folder, if any, are shown in the list view. 6. Turn the CENTER CONTROL knob to highlight a folder. 5. Press the LIST button, if the list is not displayed. 7. Press the JOYSTICK to open a highlighted folder and to play the songs in the folder.
  • Page 48 46 NAVIGATION Insert a video DVD first. Press the LIST button to display a list of available chapters or tracks. Select a chapter or track in the list to start playback from the selected section. DVD MENU Controls If you insert a DVD video disc that contains a top menu, a menu may appear.
  • Page 49 NAVIGATION 47 Press the FF button during playback to fast forward playback Press the RW button during playback to fast reverse playback. Press the SEEK up button to locate succeeding chapters or tracks. Press the SEEK down button to start playback from the beginning of the current chapter or track.
  • Page 50 48 NAVIGATION DVD Video Menu Select Hide Video in the DVD Menu to view the video on While in disc mode with inserted video DVD, press the the screen. MENU button to access the DVD Video Menu. Select DVD Menu in the DVD Menu to view the top menu, if available on the disc.
  • Page 51: Hard Disk Drive Mode (Hdd)

    NAVIGATION 49 In the DVD Setup menu you may select Menu Language, Hard Disk Drive Mode (HDD) Audio Language, Subtitle, Camera Angle, Aspect Ratio, The HDD mode gives you access to the audio files on the and Brightness settings by highlighting selecting the internal hard disk drive.
  • Page 52 50 NAVIGATION Before using the HDD mode, you will need to copy tracks to the internal hard drive. The files will be stored on the internal hard disk drive and can be used in the HDD mode. Copy Audio Disc to Hard-Drive 1.
  • Page 53 NAVIGATION 51 During the copy process, the disc player cannot play audio. 3. Select Copy Track to copy the currently playing music track of the inserted disc, or select Copy Disc to copy the entire disc to the hard disk drive.
  • Page 54 52 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. Press the JOYSTICK to stop the copy process. 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 55 NAVIGATION 53 Once the songs are copied, the playlist will be named by Copying from 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 56 54 NAVIGATION During the copy process, the disc player cannot play Copying from USB audio. 1. Insert a USB device. The copy progress is shown in the display. 2. Select Import Music. It is possible to listen radio modes during this process.
  • Page 57 NAVIGATION 55 4. Highlight Import Selected Music. 3. Check-mark the desired music, titles, folders, or Select All.
  • Page 58 56 NAVIGATION 5. Press the JOYSTICK to start the copy process. Playing Audio Files from the Hard Disk Drive You can play songs directly from the internal hard disk drive. 6. Press the JOYSTICK again to stop the import. 1. Press the MEDIA button repeatedly until the HDD tab is highlighted.
  • Page 59 Playing Audio Files by Music Categories 1. Press the MUSIC TYPE button to select an available category. The navigation radio can sort the files by playlist, by song name, by artist, by genre, by album, or by year. An arrow indicates the currently playing song.
  • Page 60 58 NAVIGATION 2. Select Playlists or the desired category for this ex- Next Track ample. Press the SEEK up button. The next track of the current album is played. Once the last track has been reached in the forward direction, the unit will loop back to the first track.
  • Page 61 NAVIGATION 59 Fast Forward Track Press the FF button. The audio will be heard at a reduced level while going through the track in this mode. Stop the fast-forward by releasing the FF button. Rewind Track Touch the RW button. The audio will be heard at a reduced level while going through the track in this mode.
  • Page 62 60 NAVIGATION Repeat Track Editing Playlists on the Hard Disk Drive The repeat track function repeats the currently played track. Check-mark Repeat to switch the repeat track function on or off. Normal Play Order The normal play order function play all songs in normal order.
  • Page 63 NAVIGATION 61 2. Select the My Files function. 3. Select My Music.
  • Page 64 62 NAVIGATION Create a New Playlist 4. Select the Manage Playlists function. 1. Select Create New Playlist. From the Manage Playlists Menu you may create a new playlist, rename a playlist, add songs to a playlist, remove songs from a playlist, rearrange a playlist, or...
  • Page 65 NAVIGATION 63 In this example we select to filter by Artist. 2. Enter a name for the new playlist in the speller. The radio lists all available artists from the internal HDD. 3. Highlight CONTINUE and press the JOYSTICK. 5. Turn the CENTER CONTROL knob until the desired The playlist is now created but does not yet contain any artist is highlighted and press the JOYSTICK.
  • Page 66 64 NAVIGATION You may use the Select All function to select all songs in To play the new playlist: the list, or the Clear All function to uncheck all songs. 1. Press the MUSIC TYPE button. 2. Select Playlists. 3. Turn the CENTER CONTROL knob until the new playlist is highlighted.
  • Page 67 NAVIGATION 65 4. Press the JOYSTICK. 2. You may press the DELETE button to remove existing characters. 5. Select a song in the list and press the JOYSTICK again to play the playlist. Rename a Playlist 3. Enter the name and select CONTINUE.
  • Page 68 66 NAVIGATION To play the renamed playlist: Add Songs to a Playlist 1. Press the MUSIC TYPE button. 2. Select Playlists 3. Turn the CENTER CONTROL knob until the renamed playlist is highlighted. 4. Press the JOYSTICK. 5. Select a song in the list and press the JOYSTICK again to play the playlist.
  • Page 69 NAVIGATION 67 4. Check-mark the songs you would like to add to the 5. Once you made your selection highlight Add Selected playlist. Songs and press the JOYSTICK. You may use the Select All function to select all songs in You may now select another filter and add more songs to the list, or the Clear All function to uncheck all songs.
  • Page 70 68 NAVIGATION To play the new playlist: Remove Songs from a Playlist 1. Press the MUSIC TYPE button. 2. Select Playlists. 3. Turn the CENTER CONTROL knob until the new playlist is highlighted. 4. Press the JOYSTICK. 5. Select a song in the list and press the JOYSTICK again to play the playlist.
  • Page 71 NAVIGATION 69 To play the new playlist: 1. Press the MUSIC TYPE button. 2. Select Playlists. 3. Turn the CENTER CONTROL knob until the new playlist is highlighted. 4. Press the JOYSTICK. 5. Select a song in the list and press the JOYSTICK again to play the playlist.
  • Page 72 70 NAVIGATION Rearrange Songs in a Playlist 4. Turn the CENTER CONTROL knob to reposition the song in the list. 1. Select a playlist and press the JOYSTICK. 5. Press the JOYSTICK to confirm. 2. Highlight the song you would like to have moved within the playlist.
  • Page 73 NAVIGATION 71 To play the new playlist: 1. Press the MUSIC TYPE button. 2. Select Playlists. 3. Turn the CENTER CONTROL knob until the new playlist is highlighted. 4. Press the JOYSTICK. 5. Select a song in the list and press the JOYSTICK again to play the playlist.
  • Page 74 72 NAVIGATION Deleting Songs Permanently from the Hard Disk Drive 2. Select the My Files function. 1. While in the HDD mode press the MENU button to access the HDD Menu.
  • Page 75 NAVIGATION 73 3. Select My Music. 4. Select the Delete Music function.
  • Page 76 74 NAVIGATION 5. Select one of the filters to display a list of songs. 6. Turn the CENTER CONTROL knob until the desired artist is highlighted and press the JOYSTICK. In this example we select to filter by Artist. 7. Check-mark the songs you would like to permanently The radio lists all available artists from the internal HDD.
  • Page 77 NAVIGATION 75 Deleting All Music Files from the Hard Disk Drive 1. Press the SETUP button. 8. Once you made your selection highlight Delete Se- lected Songs and press the JOYSTICK. You may now select another filter and delete more songs 2.
  • Page 78 76 NAVIGATION This menu displays the available space on the hard disk NOTE: If you confirm the next step, all playlists and all drive, and allows you to delete pictures, music files, and songs contained in them, will be permanently deleted.
  • Page 79 NAVIGATION 77 It is recommended to change the picture dimensions on a PC or Digital Camera to 466 by 338 pixels before the import. NOTE: USB devices (e.g., camera memory USB adap- tors, etc.) must comply with the MSD (Mass Storage Device) standard.
  • Page 80 78 NAVIGATION 3. Select My Pictures. 4. Highlight Add Picture. 5. Press the JOYSTICK.
  • Page 81 USB device to be recognized. 10. Select YES to confirm your selection. 6. Select USB for this example. 11. Repeat steps 4. to 10. to add more pictures. 7. Insert the USB device containing the pictures. The navigation radio can store 48 user pictures.
  • Page 82 80 NAVIGATION Deleting Selected Pictures 5. Press the JOYSTICK. 1. Press the Menu button. 6. Highlight Delete. 2. Select the Manage My Files function. 3. Select My Pictures. 7. Press the JOYSTICK. 8. Confirm YES to delete the selected picture.
  • Page 83 NAVIGATION 81 Deleting All Pictures 1. Press the SETUP button. 3. Highlight Delete All of My Picture files. 4. Press the JOYSTICK. 2. Select the Manage HDD function. NOTE: If you confirm the next step, all playlists and all songs contained in them, will be permanently deleted.
  • Page 84 82 NAVIGATION 5. Select YES and press the JOYSTICK again. Set Pictures as Picture View 1. Press the Menu button. 2. Select the Manage My Files function. 3. Select My Pictures. NOTE: When the vehicle is in motion, only the first 8 pictures are available.
  • Page 85 NAVIGATION 83 Slideshow NOTE: The slideshow is not available, when the vehicle is in motion. 1. Press the Menu button. 2. Select the Manage My Files function. 3. Select My Pictures. 4. Highlight a picture. 5. Press the JOYSTICK. 6. Highlight Start Slideshow.
  • Page 86: Remote Devices

    84 NAVIGATION REMOTE DEVICES Channel List 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. If the screen shows Acquiring Signal, you might have to change the vehicle position in order to receive a signal.
  • Page 87 NAVIGATION 85 View Sirius Backseat TV™ on the Radio Screen In order to watch the desired SIRIUS Backseat TV™ channel, press the Menu button and select Show Video. NOTE: To view SIRIUS Backseat TV™ on the radio screen, the vehicle must be stopped, and the shifter must be in position P for vehicles with automatic transmission.
  • Page 88: Video Entertainment System (Ves)

    Press the INFO button to display additional program information in the right half of the screen. Press the INFO button again to close additional program information. Video Entertainment System (VES)™ The navigation radio can remotely control the VES™. Refer to the VES™ user’s manual for more information.
  • Page 89 NAVIGATION 87 The VES tab becomes available after the VES™ system is turned on. Press the MODE button repeatedly until the VES audio source is selected. Select the desired source to play the selected source in the vehicle cabin. NOTE: The availability of a VES source is based on the Press the MENU button and select SELECT VES type of VES™...
  • Page 90 VES™ through the remote control. To access the rear VES™ press the MENU button. In this example the Rear AUX 1 audio is playing on the navigation radio. You can play the VES™ source through the navigation radio sound system.
  • Page 91 NAVIGATION 89 Select VES Controls to display the Rear VES Controls. The Rear VES Controls are displayed. Check or uncheck the VES Screen Power to turn the VES™ screen on or off. The second entry shows the source of the rear VES...
  • Page 92 90 NAVIGATION The third entry shows the source of the rear VES channel 2 (Plays DISC in this example) Check the Lock Rear Controls to disable the controls on the VES™ remote control unit. Once the VES™ is locked, it is not possible to use the VES™ controls or the VES™...
  • Page 93 TUNER knob, or press the SEEK up or SEEK buttons to change the radio station. NOTE: The navigation radio cannot play both AM or FM at the same time. Press the LIST button again to display a list of available...
  • Page 94 92 NAVIGATION Playing a Video DVD for the rear VES™ 1. To view a DVD video on the rear VES™ radio screen, insert a video DVD. 3. Select VES Controls to display the Rear VES™ Con- trols. The Rear VES Controls are displayed.
  • Page 95 NAVIGATION 93 For this example the third entry shows the source of the 6. Turn the CENTER CONTROL knob to select Disc rear VES Channel 2 plays DISC. Functions. 5. Select DISC.
  • Page 96: Usb Connector

    USB Connector It is possible to transfer audio files or pictures files to the navigation radio. Files can be on a disc or on a USB device (e.g., USB stick). The USB connector is covered by a small cover, which protects the connector from dust or damage.
  • Page 97 NAVIGATION 95 Please see your Chrysler Dealership or visit http:// NOTE: The flap is attached and should not be removed! www.chrysler.com/mygig/ for supported devices. Do not use a tool (e.g. screw driver, nail file, etc.) to open the flap, as this could cause damage to the face of the NOTE: Some MP3 Player do not allow songs to be radio.
  • Page 98: Aux Mode

    AUX Mode shown above. 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.
  • Page 99 Connect a 3.5 mm stereo mini-jack cable as shown above use the device controls instead. (not provided with the radio) to the AUX connector on the navigation radio and to the earphone connector of your audio device.
  • Page 100: Speech Dialogue System

    This Voice Recognition System allows you to control your This voice recognition system allows you to control your AM and FM radio, satellite radio, disc player, navigation AM and FM radio, your satellite radio, your disc player, system, hard disk drive storage, and a memo recorder.
  • Page 101 You can always recall the help menus by saying HELP. For example: If you are in the navigation menu and you are listening to FM radio, you can speak commands from If you ever wish to interrupt the system while it lists the navigation menu or from the FM radio menu.
  • Page 102 100 NAVIGATION Display Menu Commands In addition to audible help, the navigation radio is able to The Voice Recognition understands two types of com- display the most important available commands on the mands. Global commands are available at all times. Local screen.
  • Page 103 • MEMO (to switch to the memo recorder) • NEXT STATION (to select the next station) • NAVIGATION (to switch to the navigation mode) • PREVIOUS STATION (to select the previous station) • SYSTEM SETUP (to display the system setup menu) •...
  • Page 104 102 NAVIGATION • PREVIOUS STATION (to select the previous station) Sirius Backseat TV™ To switch to SIRIUS Backseat TV™ mode say SAT-V or • RADIO MENU (to switch to the radio menu) SATELLITE VIDEO. In this mode you may say the •...
  • Page 105 NAVIGATION 103 • TRACK (1-250) (to change the track) VES™ To switch to the VES™ mode say V E S. • NEXT TRACK (to play the next track) In this mode you may say the following commands: • DISC NUMBER (1-6) (to change the disc) •...
  • Page 106 NOTE: Not all commands will be available at all times, depending upon the system context. • PLAY MEMOS (to play previously recorded memos) NOTE: Read the navigation chapter first, to help you During the playback you may press the VR button to understand the functionality of the available commands.
  • Page 107 NAVIGATION 105 − POI − STOP ROUTING • FIND NEARBY POI − MUTE GUIDANCE • FIND POI NEAR DESTINATION − REPEAT GUIDANCE • FIND WITHIN A CITY − CHANGE METHOD • INPUT PHONE NUMBER • FASTER ROUTE • SELECT POI ICONS •...
  • Page 108 106 NAVIGATION − NAVIGATE TO A NAME − OFF • TUTORIAL − DELETE − ERASE ALL Voice Training For users experiencing difficulty with the system recog- System Setup nizing their voice commands or numbers, the UConnect To switch to the system setup say SETUP.
  • Page 109 NAVIGATION 107 This procedure may be repeated with a new user. The system will adapt to the last trained voice only. If the system does not understand the words VOICE TRAINING: 1. Press the SETUP button. 2. Select Voice Recognition to access the Voice Recogni- tion menu.
  • Page 110: Uconnect

    108 NAVIGATION • Select Start Voice Training to train the voice recogni- tion system. • Select Listen to Tutorial to hear instructions on voice training. NOTE: With rolled down windows, the system perfor- mance may be compromised. In a convertible vehicle, the system performance may be compromised with roof top down.
  • Page 111 UConnect system. The UConnect system is fully integrated with the vehi- cle’s navigation radio audio system. The volume of the Compatible Phones UConnect system can either be adjusted from the radio See the UConnect site on http://www.chrysler.com/...
  • Page 112 110 NAVIGATION UConnect allows you to transfer calls between the See http://www.bluetooth.org for more information on system and your cellular phone as you enter or exit your Bluetooth . vehicle, and enables you to mute the system’s micro- UConnect Microphone phone for private conversations.
  • Page 113 NAVIGATION 111 If you have trouble with recognition, you should press NOTE: If nothing is said within a few seconds, the the VR button, then say Voice Training. This will train system will present a list of menu options. your own voice to the system and will improve recogni- Listen to the choices and give your command after the tion.
  • Page 114 112 NAVIGATION Help Command to “Introduction” section to learn about the phone type). If you need assistance at any prompt or if you want to To complete the pairing process, you will need to refer- know what your options are at any prompt, say “Help”...
  • Page 115 NAVIGATION 113 The following are general phone to UConnect System 7. For identification purposes, you will be prompted to voice pairing instructions: give the UConnect system a name for your cellular phone. Each cellular phone that is paired should be given 1.
  • Page 116 5. The UConnect system will ask you to confirm the name and then dial the corresponding phone number, 1. Press the UConnect button to begin. which will appear in the display of the navigation radio. 2. Wait for the beep. Call by Saying a Name 3.
  • Page 117 1. Press the UConnect button to begin. The navigation radio will allow you to enter up to 500 2. Wait for the beep. names in the phone book with each name having ad- 3.
  • Page 118 In step 4 of the Add Names to Phonebook section, the entry that you wish to edit. navigation radio is recording your voice. The recording is 6. Next, choose the number designation (home, work, called Voice Tag. You may edit, delete, or listen to the mobile, or pager) that you wish to edit.
  • Page 119 NAVIGATION 117 Delete Phonebook Entry After you enter the name, the UConnect system will ask you which designation you wish to delete: home, work, 1. Press the UConnect button to begin. mobile, pager or all. 2. Wait for the beep.
  • Page 120 118 NAVIGATION List All Phonebook Names Phone Call Features The following features can be accessed through the 1. Press the UConnect button to begin. UConnect system if the feature(s) are available on your 2. Wait for the beep. cellular service plan. For example, if your cellular service plan provides three-way calling, this feature can be 3.
  • Page 121 NAVIGATION 119 When another Call in Progress If a call is currently in 3. The first call will be on hold while the second call is in progress and you have another incoming call, you will progress. To go back to the first call, refer to section hear the same network tones for call waiting that you “Toggling Between Calls.”...
  • Page 122 120 NAVIGATION Conference Call Call Termination When two calls are in progress (one active and one on 1. To end a call in progress, momentarily press the hold), press and hold the UConnect button until you UConnect button. hear a double beep indicating that the two calls have been joined into one conference call.
  • Page 123 NAVIGATION 121 4. The UConnect system will call the last number that 2. After ignition key is switched to off, a call can continue was dialed on your cellular phone. on the UConnect system for certain duration, after which the call is automatically transferred from the NOTE: This may not be the last number dialed from the UConnect system to the mobile phone.
  • Page 124 Mexico). WARNING! Please refer to the 24-Hour Towing Assistance coverage details in the Chrysler Corporation 24-Hour Towing Your phone must be turned on and paired to the Assistance Program Guide. UConnect system to allow use of this vehicle feature...
  • Page 125 NAVIGATION 123 pagers of certain companies which timeout a little too sequence on your cellular phone keypad, you can push soon to work properly with the UConnect system. the VR button and say the sequence you wish to enter followed by the word “Send.”...
  • Page 126 124 NAVIGATION 2. Wait for the beep. Dial Using the Cellular Phone Keypad You can dial a phone number with your cellular phone 3. Say UCONNECT SETUP. keypad and still use the UConnect system (while dial- 4. After the “Ready” prompt and the following beep, say ing via the cell phone keypad, the user must exercise CONFIRMATION PROMPTS.
  • Page 127: Advanced Phone Connectivity

    3. Say MUTE or MUTE ON. 2. Say TRANSFER CALL In order to unmute the UConnect system: The navigation radio starts playing the last used audio 1. Press the UConnect button to begin. source, and you can continue your call on the cellphone.
  • Page 128 2. Say TRANSFER CALL 5. After the following beep, say LIST PAIRED PHONES. The navigation radio transfers the call immediately, and you can continue your call on the UConnect system. 6. The UConnect system will play the phone names of...
  • Page 129 NAVIGATION 127 Select another Cellular Phone 5. When prompted say the priority number of the cellu- You may select phones in the Paired Devices menu. lar phone you wish to select. (Refer to the Getting Started section in this manual for 6.
  • Page 130 128 NAVIGATION The phone must have been previously paired to the Things You Should Know About Voice UConnect system that you want to delete it from. Recognition (VR) • Always wait for the beep before speaking 1. Press the UConnect button to begin.
  • Page 131 NAVIGATION 129 • Even though international dialing for most number − dry weather condition. combinations is supported, some shortcut dialing • Even though the system is designed for users speaking number combinations may not be supported. in North American English, French and Spanish ac- cents, the system may not always work for some.
  • Page 132 130 NAVIGATION • Performance, such as, audio clarity, echo. and loud- Voice Tree - Main Menu ness to a large degree, rely on the phone and network, To initiate UConnect , press the UConnect button and not the UConnect system.
  • Page 133 NAVIGATION 131 • PHONE BOOK In this menu you may say the following commands: • PHONE PAIRING − NEW ENTRY − EDIT ENTRY − PAIR A PHONE − LIST NAMES − DELETE PHONE − DELETE − LIST PAIRED PHONES • CONFIRMATION PROMPTS −...
  • Page 134: Navigation

    132 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 135: Navigation Main Menu

    Because of changes in streets, neighborhoods, and business loca- tions, there may be situations where the navigation system is not able to route you to your desired destina- tion by the entry method you have chosen. If this occurs, choose another entry method.
  • Page 136 134 NAVIGATION • Destination Entry 2. Press the NAV button to switch to the navigation menu and toggle between Map Viewer and Navigation Select this function when you want to program a Main Menu. destination. (See the Destination Input section for details.)
  • Page 137 Names (e.g., city names or street names) are entered with Select this function when you want to adjust the a smart speller settings of the navigation system. (See the Navigation Default Settings section for details.) • Emergency Information Select this function when you want to route to an emergency facility near to the current location of your vehicle.
  • Page 138 136 NAVIGATION It is possible to spell only names contained in the NOTE: Select ÂÑØ... or @$&... to access special charac- database. Unavailable letters are in a lighter color and are ters, if needed. Select A->a to switch to uppercase, or not selectable.
  • Page 139: Destination Input

    NAVIGATION 137 Destination Input NOTE: Once you start the destination input you can Press the NAV button to access the NAV -Main Menu. press the NAV button to cancel the destination input process. Overview Destination Entry Screen Select Destination Entry to get to the Destination Entry screen.
  • Page 140 Intersection allows you to enter two street names. NOTE: If you select a street without knowing a house Geo Coordinates A geographical coordinate is a coordi- number, the navigation radio will guide you to the closest nate used in geography. end location on the entered street.
  • Page 141 NAVIGATION 139 1. Turn the CENTER CONTROL knob and highlight the country (flag). 2. Press the JOYSTICK. This menu shows the default country and state settings. Changing Country If the COUNTRY is already set to your destination country, continue with Changing State/Province.
  • Page 142 140 NAVIGATION Changing State (US only) If the state is already set to your destination, continue with Enter a Street Address. If your destination is not in the displayed state, 1. Turn the CENTER CONTROL knob and highlight the state.
  • Page 143 NAVIGATION 141 Changing Province (Canada only) If the province is already set to your destination, continue with Enter a Street Address. If your destination is not in the displayed province, 1. Turn the CENTER CONTROL knob and highlight the province.
  • Page 144 Input House Number menu. JOYSTICK to get to the City List menu. NOTE: The city list is only displayed if the entered address exists in more than one city in the navigation database. 6. Select WASHINGTON, DC.
  • Page 145 Close to the current vehicle position (POI Local Area), close to the currently active destination (Nearby Destina- In the Confirm Route To screen the navigation radio tion), within the map database (POI in Map Area), by POI displays the complete address, a map of the entire route, name, by phone number, and within a city.
  • Page 146 144 NAVIGATION 1. Select the Point of Interest function in the Destination Entry screen. 4. Press the JOYSTICK when Continue is highlighted. 5. Confirm the destination. 2. Select the Input Place Name function. Select Type from List 3. Enter the name into the speller.
  • Page 147 NAVIGATION 145 1. Select the Point of Interest function in the Destination NOTE: Some categories maybe disabled while the ve- Entry screen. hicle is in motion. 2. Select the Select Type from List function. The radio displays a list of gas stations sorted by distance to the current vehicle location.
  • Page 148 146 NAVIGATION 1. Select the Point of Interest function in the Destination Entry screen. 3. Select the Add Type function. 4. Select the desired category. 2. Select the Favorite POI Types function.
  • Page 149 NAVIGATION 147 Selecting a Favorite POI Type For this example select RESTAURANTS. 1. Select the Point of Interest function in the Destination At this point the category RESTAURANT was added to Entry screen. the favorite POI type list. 2. Select the Favorite POI Types function.
  • Page 150 148 NAVIGATION 3. Select a category. 4. Select a POI from the list.
  • Page 151 NAVIGATION 149 Remove a POI Category to the List 1. Turn the CENTER CONTROL knob until the category is highlighted. 2. Press the DELETE button to delete the category from the list. NOTE: Press and hold the DELETE button for 5 seconds will remove all categories from the list.
  • Page 152 150 NAVIGATION For this example we enter DETROIT. 3. Highlight the country, if to enter a city within the country. 5. Enter the city name into the speller. You may also highlight the state, if you enter a city within 6.
  • Page 153 NAVIGATION 151 For this example we select DETROIT, MI 9. For this example we choose the TRAVEL category. 7. Select the city from the list. 8. Press the JOYSTICK to confirm the city.
  • Page 154 152 NAVIGATION 10. Select AIRPORT from the list. 11. Highlight DETROIT METRO-MCNAMARA TERMI- NAL. 12. Press the JOYSTICK to select the destination. Input Phone Number For this example we will continue by entering the phone number of the WHITE HOUSE in Washington, DC.
  • Page 155 NAVIGATION 153 1. Select the Point of Interest function in the Destination Entry screen. 3. Enter the phone number. 4. If more than one POI shares the same number, select 2. Select the Input Phone Number function. CONTINUE. For this example we enter 202-4561414.
  • Page 156 154 NAVIGATION Destination Input by Recent Destinations 1. Select the Recent Destinations function in the Destina- tion Entry screen. 5. Select the desired destination. 6. Press the JOYSTICK to confirm the destination. 2. Select a destination from the list. 3. Press the JOYSTICK to confirm the highlighted...
  • Page 157 NAVIGATION 155 Remove a Destination from Recent Destinations Destination Input by Address Book List 1. Select the Recent Destinations function in the Destina- tion Entry screen. 2. Select a destination from the list. 3. Press the DELETE button to delete the list item.
  • Page 158 156 NAVIGATION Destination Input by Favorite Places 2. Select a folder or select SEARCH to search for the desired contact to enter the destination (see the Address 1. Select the My Favorite Places function in the Destina- Book section in this manual for more information).
  • Page 159 NAVIGATION 157 NOTE: To fill the favorite places memory, you must save a location as a Favorite Place from the Where Am I Now? menu. Destination Input by Intersection For this example we will continue by entering the follow- ing intersection: Kaufman Ln and Bridwell Dr, in Louis- ville, Kentucky.
  • Page 160 If you wish to change your mind and prefer to select a The navigation radio will display a list of possible cross different cross street, you can press the BACK button to streets of the initially entered street.
  • Page 161 NAVIGATION 159 Destination Input by City Center NOTE: If New York is not your default state refer to the change state/province and/or country section to learn how to change state/province and/or country). 2. For this example change the state to New York NOTE: If you do not know the name of the state, select Input City Name in Country in step 3.
  • Page 162 160 NAVIGATION Destination Input by Geo Coordinate 5. Press GO in the Confirm Route To screen to start the route guidance. For this example we will plan a route to a park in Michigan.
  • Page 163 NAVIGATION 161 1. Select Geo Coordinate in the Destination Entry screen. 3. Enter the second coordinate 83° 39’ 06” W 2. Enter the first coordinate 42° 31’ 22” N 4. Press GO in the Confirm Route To screen to start the...
  • Page 164 162 NAVIGATION Destination Input by Point on Map This feature allows quick and easy selection of a destina- tion directly from the map screen. By selecting a street segment or POI icon, you can quickly enter a destination without the need to input the city name or street.
  • Page 165 Read the section Speech Dialogue System for details on tion. the SDS. 3. Press the JOYSTICK to select the destination. 1. Press the voice recognition button (VR). Wait for the beep and say NAVIGATION. 4. Press GO in the Confirm Route To screen to start the route guidance.
  • Page 166 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 167 NAVIGATION 165 The radio will respond with your estimated time of See the Getting Started and Address Book section in this arrival and the distance to the entered destination. manual for information on how to save, clear, or edit the home address.
  • Page 168 166 NAVIGATION Select SAVE LOCATION to save the current location in the Saved Locations memory. Save the current location in the Favorite Places folder of the Saved Locations memory, in the Address Book, in the My Trips memory, or as the home address.
  • Page 169 NAVIGATION 167 2. Select Hospitals, Police Stations, Fire Departments or 3. Read and confirm the disclaimer. Dealerships.
  • Page 170 168 NAVIGATION Select Location Information to see currently available WARNING! location information. The distances displayed in the Emergency facility Select Location Map, to display a map of the current lists are air distances (as the crow flies). In some cases location.
  • Page 171 NAVIGATION 169 route. Maneuver points (bread crumbs) are marked as yellow dots. The start point is marked with a green dot. 1. Press the NAV button to switch back to the NAV - Main Menu. 2. Select My Saved Trails in the NAV-Main Menu.
  • Page 172 170 NAVIGATION The end point is marked with a red dot. 4. Select Stop and Save Trail. The trail will be named with time and date of the recording. The trail recording is now saved in the Memory. NOTE: You can save up to 12 trails. If the trail memory is full, you must discard one of the previous recorded trails in order to record a new trail.
  • Page 173: 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. 2. Select the desired trail recording from the list. 3. Select GO to start the route guidance.
  • Page 174 172 NAVIGATION Map Items 1. Press the MENU button. • Check-mark Next Turn Info to to show or hide the next turn button and the next turn information bar. (top of the map viewer screen) 2. Select Map Items. • Check-mark Current Road Info to show or hide the NOW ON button and the current road information bar.
  • Page 175 (upper right corner of the map POI Icons on the Map viewer screen) The navigation radio is able to display available point of interests on the map. • Check-mark Time to show or hide the time display (time Remaining and Time of Arrival).
  • Page 176 174 NAVIGATION Map Perspective While the map is displayed on the screen. 1. Press the MENU button. 2. Select Map Perspective. 3. Check-mark the icon you would like to display on the map. 4. Select OK to confirm your settings.
  • Page 177 NOTE: Check-mark Map View in the View Settings menu to enable the map view mode, where the naviga- tion map or turn-by-turn navigation can be displayed on the right half of the radio screen (see View Settings for more information). You find the View Settings menu by pressing SETUP and selecting View Settings.
  • Page 178 176 NAVIGATION Automatic Re-Routing If you miss a turn while navigating, the navigation radio will automatically adjust your route. Navigation Options NOTE: A route guidance must be active to select navigation options. 3. Select either Heading Up or North Up.
  • Page 179 4. Select Detour. 1. Press the MENU button. 5. Press the JOYSTICK. 2. Select Navigation Options. 3. Select Detour / Avoid Road. 6. Turn the CENTER CONTROL knob to enter the dis- tance on the current route to be avoided.
  • Page 180 2. Select Navigation Options. 3. Select Detour / Avoid Road. 6. Select Yes and press the JOYSTICK again to confirm. View Destinations A route guidance must be active to select navigation A list of streets utilized for the current route is displayed. options.
  • Page 181 NAVIGATION 179 1. Press the MENU button. Route Choices A route guidance must be active to select navigation 2. Select Navigation Options. options. 1. Press the MENU button. 2. Select Navigation Options. 3. Select View Destinations to display a list off all active destinations.
  • Page 182 180 NAVIGATION Avoidance Types A route guidance must be active to select navigation options. 1. Press the MENU button. 2. Select Navigation Options. An alternate route is displayed. 4. Either highlight Use Current Route or Use Alternative Route. 5. Press the JOYSTICK to confirm the route.
  • Page 183 NAVIGATION 181 Canceling Route Guidance The current route guidance can be aborted at any time by pressing the STOP ROUTING button in the NAV -Main Menu. 4. Check-mark the desired types. 5. Press the NAV button to confirm the new settings.
  • Page 184 The navigation system will suggest a route highlighted in “Follow the arrows on the display.” - This display tells green. This is only a route suggestion. In an unverified...
  • Page 185: Navigation Settings

    NAVIGATION 183 “Follow the road.” - You should continue driving on the “Keep right in half a mile.” - ”Keep right” means that the current road for the distance shown. street will fork and you should follow the indicated direction.
  • Page 186 184 NAVIGATION Routing Method Avoidance Types Mark or unmark route parameters and then press the Mark or unmark route parameters and then press the BACK button to confirm the changes. BACK button to confirm the changes. NOTE: Avoiding freeways, toll roads, tunnels or ferries NOTE: Avoiding freeways, toll roads, tunnels or ferries may result in very long routes.
  • Page 187 Guidance Settings Uncheck Play Audio Guidance Prompts to mute the navigation announcements. Select Set Prompt Volume to adjust the navigation an- nouncement volume. NOTE: The easiest way to change the navigation an- nouncement volume is to press the REPEAT PROMPT button and then immediately to turn the VOLUME knob to adjust the NAV volume.
  • Page 188 186 NAVIGATION Units GPS Display Format Select either mi/ft or km/m. Select either Decimal Degrees or Degrees, Minutes, Sec- onds. Press BACK to go back to the Navigation Settings menu. Press BACK to go back to the Navigation Settings menu.
  • Page 189: Map Viewer

    3. Press the JOYSTICK to toggle between Decimal De- grees and Degrees, Minutes, Seconds. Map Viewer Press the NAV button to switch to the navigation MAIN MENU. Select either Time Remaining or Time of Arrival.Press BACK to go back to the Navigation Settings menu.
  • Page 190 (E.g. residential streets, lightly- traveled county roads.) Route Lines The navigation radio displays recorded trail lines as yellow lines on top of the road map. (See Record New Trail section for more details.) Suggested routes are displayed as bright green lines on The tip of the arrow in the circle in the center shows your top of the road map, when the route guidance is active.
  • Page 191: Stop Over Destinations

    NAVIGATION 189 Stop Over Destinations 3. Enter a destination. NOTE: Route guidance must be active in order to enter a stop over destination. 1. Go to the NAV-Main Menu. STOP OVER is displayed in the Insert Stop Over menu. 4. Turn the CENTER CONTROL knob to position the new destination in the active destinations list.
  • Page 192: Trip Planner

    190 NAVIGATION 6. Press the JOYSTICK again to confirm the Stop Over. Plan a New Trip NOTE: Once you reach a destination, the system will automatically guide you to the next destination on the list. 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.
  • Page 193 NAVIGATION 191 2. Select PLAN NEW TRIP to plan a new trip. 3. Enter a name for the trip. 4. Highlight CONTINUE to confirm the trip name. 5. Highlight YES. 6. Press the JOYSTICK to confirm.
  • Page 194 192 NAVIGATION 7. Enter a destination (see section Destination Input in this manual). 10. Turn the CENTER CONTROL knob to position the entry in the list. 8. Highlight ADD in the Add Destination screen. 11. Press the JOYSTICK to confirm.
  • Page 195 NAVIGATION 193 NOTE: You may add up to 12 trips to the list. The display shows the My Trips is FULL message in the status line, if all 12 trips are used. Add a Destination to a Trip 3. Highlight Edit Trip.
  • Page 196 194 NAVIGATION Change a Trip Name 1. Highlight the trip. 2. Press the JOYSTICK. 3. Highlight Edit Trip. 4. Press the JOYSTICK. 5. Select Change Trip Name to edit the trip name. Rearrange Destinations in a Trip 1. Highlight the trip.
  • Page 197 NAVIGATION 195 5. Select Rearrange Destinations to rearrange the order of 7. Turn the CENTER CONTROL knob to reposition the the destinations within a trip. entry in the list. 6. Select the entry you would like to move and press the 8.
  • Page 198: Realtime Traffic By Sirius Satellite Radio

    196 NAVIGATION Start a Trip The navigation radio receives traffic messages with the satellite radio receiver. You must have a subscription 1. Highlight the trip. with Sirius to receive this service. Refer to the Re- 2. Press the JOYSTICK. Subscribe to Sirius Satellite Radio chapter in the Radio section of this manual.
  • Page 199 NAVIGATION 197 provider, who then generates the Realtime Traffic mes- sages that are sent by Sirius to the vehicle. 3. Select a message to view details. 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-...
  • Page 200 198 NAVIGATION 5. Press the JOYSTICK to see the location of a message on Switching Sirius Realtime Traffic On or Off a map. 1. Press the MENU button. 2. Select Sirius Traffic. 3. Select Sirius Traffic Setup. 6. Press the JOYSTICK again to go back to the message...
  • Page 201 NAVIGATION 199 4. Check-mark Sirius Traffic to turn the traffic receiver Symbols Legend The navigation radio can display icons on the map when the Sirius Traffic function is active. 5. Uncheck Sirius Traffic to turn the traffic receiver off. NOTE: It can take between 15 and 30 minutes for a The Realtime Traffic icon in the upper right corner of the message to reach the system.
  • Page 202: Address Book

    200 NAVIGATION • A transparent red line indicates an average driving speed between 0 and 10 mph. Address Book Overview The address book provides a way to organize and store frequently used addresses. The address book is organized in folders. To get to the address book 1.
  • Page 203 The In-Motion Folder is the only folder accessible while the vehicle is in motion. This is a safety feature that limits the availability of certain navigation tasks while the vehicle is traveling. Touch the In-Motion Folder button Touch the Default Folder button to add, edit, delete, and and add links to existing entries in the Default Folder, VR route to your contacts.
  • Page 204 202 NAVIGATION The VR Created Entries folder Add a Folder Contains contacts which were created with the help of the speech dialog system. Select Add New Folder to add a personalized folder. After the new folder is named, the folder will be available Touch the VR Created Entries folder button to add, edit, in the address book.
  • Page 205 NAVIGATION 203 Entering/Editing/Deleting an Address 7. Select Rename this Folder to edit the folder name. 1. Press the MENU button to access one of the menus. You may now create a new contact or copy a contact from another folder.
  • Page 206 204 NAVIGATION You may now: Search a Contact in the Address Book • Change the contact name. • Add an address. • Clear the address. • Add a phone number, or • Clear the phone number. 1. Select Search Contact in the Address Book menu.
  • Page 207: System Information

    What can I do? address book entries, music files, etc., before returning or changing to a vehicle with a compatible navigation radio A.: Select MUSIC TYPE while in radio mode. Select (e.g., end of lease).
  • Page 208: Disc

    If the database is out of date, or the entry. database does not contain the particular disc, the infor- Navigation Map mation cannot be displayed. Contact a Chrysler dealer- Q.: Why are there transparent colored lines parallel to the ship or website http://www.chrysler.com/mygig/ for freeway on the map? available updates.
  • Page 209: Voice Recognition

    A.: Your phone is still connected with UConnect via A position determined from terrestrial, electronic, or astro- Bluetooth , the navigation radio expects you to be in the nomical data. car. You need to temporarily disconnect from Bluetooth Gracenote Media Database, to answer the call.
  • Page 210 208 NAVIGATION Global Positioning System The.M4P format is an audio file purchased from Apple’s Greenwich Mean Time Music Store (iTunes) and is Hard-Disk Drive protected by a Digital Rights Hands-Free Module Management scheme. CENTER CENTER CONTROL Navigation knob Position Multi Functional Steering...
  • Page 211 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 212 First Edition Printed in U.S.A. Chrysler LLC...