Audio Steering Wheel Controls

Vehicles with audio

Vehicles with audio steering wheel controls could differ depending on the vehicle’s options. Some audio controls can be adjusted at the steering wheel.

radio station stored (Next): Press to go to the next radio station stored as a favorite, or the next track if a CD/DVD is playing.

previous (Previous/End): Press to go to the previous radio station stored as a favorite, the next track if a CD/DVD is playing, to reject an incoming call, or end a current call.

silence the vehicle (Mute/Push to Talk): Press to silence the vehicle speakers only. Press again to turn the sound on.

For vehicles with Bluetooth or OnStar® systems press and hold for longer than two seconds to interact with those systems. See Bluetooth® or the OnStar Owner’s Guide for more information.

SRCE (Source): Press to switch between the radio (AM, FM, XM), CD, and for vehicles with, DVD, front auxiliary, and rear auxiliary.

For vehicles with the navigation system, press and hold this button for longer than two seconds to initiate voice recognition. See “Voice Recognition” in the Navigation System manual for more information.

decrease (Volume): Press to increase or to decrease the radio volume.

radio station while in (Seek): Press to go to the next radio station while in AM, FM, or XM™. Press next track or to go to the next track or chapter while sourced to the CD or DVD slot. Press the to the next disc if multiple discs are loaded to go to the next disc while sourced to a CD player.

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