Steering Wheel Controls

Some audio steering wheel

Some audio steering wheel controls could differ depending on the vehicle's options.

Controls that can be adjusted at the steering wheel may include:

SRCE: Press to switch between AM, FM, or XM (if equipped) radio, CD, HDD (if equipped), auxiliary input jack, DVD (if equipped), and USB (if equipped).

: Press to go to the or previous or next radio station stored : Press to go to the previous or next radio station stored as a favorite, or the previous or next track of a CD.

Press to interact with the Bluetooth system. See Bluetooth for more information.

decrease the volume. : Press to increase or to decrease the volume.

silence the vehicle speakers only. : Press and release to silence the vehicle speakers only.

The audio of the wireless and wired headphones, if the vehicle has these features, does not mute.

Press and release to turn the sound on. again, to turn the sound on.

- For vehicles with a navigation system, press and hold two seconds to initiate speech for two seconds to initiate speech recognition.

- For vehicles without a navigation system, press and hold two seconds to interact with for two seconds to interact with OnStar or Bluetooth.

- For vehicles with a navigation system, OnStar, or Bluetooth, press and hold two seconds and say hands for two seconds and say hands free to interact with OnStar or Bluetooth.

For more information, see Steering Wheel Controls.

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