Steering Wheel Controls

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Use these controls, if equipped, to make audio adjustments at the steering wheel.

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See Bluetooth (Voice Recognition) or Bluetooth (Overview) or Bluetooth (UHP Mexico Only) or Bluetooth (Infotainment Controls), OnStar Overview, or the separate navigation manual for more information.

border=0>(End Call/Mute): Press to silence the vehicle speakers only. Press(End Call/Mute): Press to silence the vehicle speakers only. Press again to turn the sound on. For vehicles with OnStar or Bluetooth systems, press to reject an incoming call, or end a current call.

SRCE: Press to select an audio source. For vehicles with a heated steering wheel, use the infotainment buttons to select an audio source.

See Heated Steering Wheel or Overview (Radio with CD) or Overview (Radio with CD/DVD and MEM) for more information.

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