Suzuki XL7 (2007 year). Instruction - part 9

 

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INSTRUMENT PANEL
If playing a CD-R, the sound quality may
top of the recorded CD with a soft marker
(Next Folder):
be reduced due to CD-R quality, the
pen.
Press the pushbutton positioned under the
method of recording, the quality of the
Folder label to go to the first track in the
If an error appears on the display, see “CD
music that has been recorded, and the way
next folder.
Messages” later in this section.
the CD-R has been handled. There may be
REV (Reverse):
an increase in skipping, difficulty in finding
EJECT:
Press and hold this button to reverse play-
tracks, and/or difficulty in loading and
Press the CD eject button to eject CD-R(s).
back quickly within an MP3 file. You will
ejecting. If these problems occur, check
To eject the CD-R that is currently playing,
hear sound at a reduced volume. Release
the bottom surface of the CD. If the surface
press and release this button. A beep
this button to resume playing the file. The
of the CD is damaged, such as cracked,
sounds and Ejecting Disc displays. Once
elapsed time of the file appears on the dis-
broken, or scratched, the CD will not play
the disc is ejected, Remove Disc displays.
play.
properly. If the surface of the CD is soiled,
The CD-R can be removed. If the CD-R is
refer to “Care of Your CDs and DVDs” in
FWD (Fast Forward):
not removed, after several seconds, the
this section “Care of Your CDs and DVDs”
Press and hold this button to advance play-
CD-R automatically pulls back into the
for more information.
back quickly within an MP3 file. You will
player and begins playing.
If there is no apparent damage, try a
hear sound at a reduced volume. Release
known good CD.
(Tune):
this button to resume playing the file. The
Turn this knob to select MP3 files on the
elapsed time of the file appears on the dis-
CAUTION
CD-R currently playing.
play.
If a label is added to a CD, or more
SEEK
:
RDM (Random):
than one CD is inserted into the slot
Press the left SEEK arrow to go to the start
With random, you can listen to MP3 files
at a time, or an attempt is made to
of the current MP3 file, if more than ten
on the CD-R in random, rather than
play scratched or damaged CDs, the
seconds have played. Press the right
sequential order. To use random, press the
CD player could be damaged. While
SEEK arrow to go to the next MP3 file. If
pushbutton positioned under the RDM
using the CD player, use only CDs in
either SEEK arrow is held or pressed multi-
label until Random Current Disc displays.
good condition without any label,
ple times, the player continues moving
Press the same pushbutton again to turn
load one CD at a time, and keep the
backward or forward through MP3 files on
off random play.
CD player and the loading slot free of
the CD.
(Music Navigator):
foreign materials, liquids, and debris.
(Previous Folder):
Use the music navigator feature to play
Press the pushbutton positioned under the
MP3 files on the CD-R in order by artist or
Do not add any label to a CD, it could get
Folder label to go to the first track in the
album. Press the pushbutton located
caught in the CD player. If a CD is
previous folder.
below the music navigator label. The
recorded on a personal computer and a
player scans the disc to sort the files by
description label is needed, try labeling the
artist and album ID3 tag information. It may
take several minutes to scan the disc
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depending on the number of MP3 files
To exit music navigator mode, press the
MP3/WMA Format
recorded to the CD-R. The radio may
pushbutton below the Back label to return
If you burn your own MP3/WMA disc on a
begin playing while it is scanning the disc
to normal MP3 playback.
personal computer:
in the background. When the scan is fin-
BAND:
Make sure the MP3 files are recorded on
ished, the CD-R begins playing again.
Press this button to listen to the radio when
a CD-R or CD-RW disc.
Once the disc has been scanned, the
a CD is playing. The CD remains safely
Do not mix standard audio and MP3 files
player defaults to playing MP3 files in order
inside the radio for future listening.
on one disc.
by artist. The current artist playing is
The CD player (lower slot) is able to read
CD/AUX (CD/Auxiliary):
shown on the second line of the display
and play a maximum combination of 512
Press this button to play a CD when listen-
between the arrows. Once all songs by that
files and folders. The DVD player (upper
ing to the radio. The CD icon and a mes-
artist are played, the player moves to the
slot) is able to read 255 folders, 15 playl-
sage showing disc and/or track number
next artist in alphabetical order on the CD-
ists and 40 sessions.
appears on the display when a CD is in the
R and begins playing MP3 files by that art-
Create a folder structure that makes it
player. Press this button again and the sys-
ist. If you want to listen to MP3 files by
easy to find songs while driving. Orga-
tem automatically searches for an auxiliary
another artist, press the pushbutton
nize songs by albums using one folder
input device such as a portable audio
located below either arrow button. You will
for each album. Each folder or album
player. If a portable audio player is not con-
go to the next or previous artist in alpha-
should contain 18 songs or less.
nected, “No Input Device Found” displays.
betical order. Continue pressing either but-
Avoid subfolders. The system can sup-
ton until the desired artist is displayed.
port up to eight subfolders deep, how-
Using an MP3
ever, keep the total number of folders to
To change from playback by artist to play-
(Radio with CD and DVD Player)
a minimum in order to reduce the com-
back by album, press the pushbutton
MP3/WMA CD-R or CD-RW Disc Com-
plexity and confusion in trying to locate a
located below the Sort By label. From the
pressed Audio or Mixed Mode Discs
particular folder during playback.
sort screen, push one of the buttons below
The radio also plays discs that contain
Make sure playlists have a .m3u, .wpl or
the album button. Press the pushbutton
both uncompressed CD audio (.CDA files)
.pls extension as other file extensions
below the back label to return to the main
and MP3/WMA files depending on which
may not work.
music navigator screen. Now the album
slot the disc is loaded into. By default the
Minimize the length of the file, folder or
name is displayed on the second line
radio reads only the uncompressed audio
playlist names. Long file, folder, or playl-
between the arrows and songs from the
(.CDA) and ignores the MP3/WMA files on
ist names, or a combination of a large
current album begins to play. Once all
the DVD deck. On the CD deck, pressing
number of files and folders, or playlists
songs from that album are played, the
the CAT button toggles between com-
may cause the player to be unable to
player moves to the next album in alpha-
pressed and uncompressed audio format,
play up to the maximum number of files,
betical order on the CD-R and begin play-
the default being the uncompressed format
folders, playlists, or sessions. If you wish
ing MP3 files from that album.
(.CDA).
to play a large number of files, folders,
playlists, or sessions, minimize the
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length of the file, folder, or playlist name.
files are located under the root folder. The
Track names longer than 32 characters or
Long names also take up more space on
folder down and the folder up buttons
four pages are shortened. Parts of words
the display, potentially getting cut off.
search playlists (Px) first and then goes to
on the last page of text and the extension
• Finalize the audio disc before you burn it.
the root folder. When the radio displays the
of the filename displays.
Trying to add music to an existing disc
name of the folder the radio displays
Preprogrammed Playlists
may cause the disc not to function in the
ROOT.
Preprogrammed playlists that were created
player.
Order of Play
using WinAmpTM, MusicMatchTM, or Real
Root Directory
Tracks recorded to the CD-R are played in
JukeboxTM software can be accessed,
The root directory of the CD-R is treated
the following order:
however, they cannot be edited using the
as a folder. If the root directory has com-
radio. These playlists are treated as spe-
• Play begins from the first track in the first
pressed audio files, the directory is dis-
cial folders containing compressed audio
playlist and continues sequentially
played as F1 ROOT. All files contained
song files.
through all tracks in each playlist. When
directly under the root directory are
the last track of the last playlist has
Playing an MP3
accessed prior to any root directory fold-
played, play continues from the first track
(in either the DVD or CD slot)
ers. However, playlists
(Px) are always
of the first playlist.
Insert a CD-R partway into either the top or
accessed before root folders or files.
• Play begins from the first track in the first
bottom slot, label side up. The player pulls
Empty Directory or Folder
folder and continues sequentially
it in, and the CD-R should begin playing.
If a root directory or a folder exists some-
through all tracks in each folder. When
Depending on the format of the disc, a
where in the file structure that contains
the last track of the last folder has
softkey menu appears and allows naviga-
only folders/subfolders and no compressed
played, play continues from the first track
tion of the disc. The menu reads left to
files directly beneath them, the player
of the first folder.
right as RDM
(Randomize song play
advances to the next folder in the file struc-
When play enters a new folder, the display
order), a Folder icon with left and right
ture that contains compressed audio files.
does not automatically show the new folder
arrows (to move up or down through avail-
The empty folder does not display.
name unless the folder mode was chosen
able folders), a PL tag if the disc has a
No Folder
as the default display. The new track name
Playlist available, and a Music Navigator
When the CD-R contains only compressed
displays.
tag. If a Playlist tag is shown, toggling this
files, the files are located under the root
key brings up a Folder softkey only or the
File System and Naming
folder. The next and previous folder func-
menu as previously described.
The song name that is displayed is the
tion does not function on a CD-R that was
song name that is contained in the ID3 tag.
If the ignition or radio is turned off with a
recorded without folders or playlists. When
If the song name is not present in the ID3
CD-R in the player, it stays in the player.
displaying the name of the folder the radio
tag, then the radio displays the file name
When the ignition or radio is turned on, the
displays ROOT.
without the extension (such as .mp3) as
CD-R starts to play where it stopped, if it
When the CD-R contains only playlists and
the track name.
was the last selected audio source.
compressed audio files, but no folders, all
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As each new track starts to play, the track
Do not add any label to a CD. It could get
button for more than five seconds to force
number and song title displays.
caught in the CD player. If a CD is
the disc to eject.
recorded on a personal computer and a
The CD player can play the smaller 3 inch
(Tune):
description label is needed, try labeling the
(8 cm) single CD-Rs with an adapter ring.
Turn this knob to select MP3 files on the
top of the recorded CD with a marking pen.
Full-size CD-Rs and the smaller CD-Rs
CD-R that is currently playing.
are loaded in the same manner.
If an error displays, see “CD Messages”
SEEK
:
later in this section.
If playing a CD-R, the sound quality can be
Press the left SEEK arrow to go to the start
reduced due to CD-R quality, the method
of the current MP3 file, if more than five
CD (Eject):
of recording, the quality of the music that
seconds have played. If less than five sec-
Press and release the CD eject button to
has been recorded, and the way the CD-R
onds have played, the previous MP3 file
eject the CD-R that is currently playing in
has been handled. There can be an
plays. Press the right SEEK arrow to go to
the bottom slot. A beep sounds and Eject-
increase in skipping, difficulty in finding
the next MP3 file. If either SEEK arrow is
ing Disc displays. Once the disc is ejected,
tracks, and/or difficulty in loading and
held, or pressed multiple times, the player
Remove Disc displays. The CD-R can be
ejecting. If these problems occur, check
continues moving backward or forward
removed. If the CD-R is not removed, after
the bottom surface of the CD. If the surface
through the MP3 files on the CD.
several seconds, the CD-R automatically
of the CD is damaged, such as cracked,
pulls back into the player.
(Previous Folder):
broken, or scratched, the CD will not play
Press the pushbutton positioned under the
properly. If the surface of the CD is soiled,
If loading and reading of a CD cannot be
Folder label to go to the first track in the
refer to “Care of Your CDs and DVDs” in
completed, such as unknown format, etc.,
previous folder.
this section for more information.
and the disc fails to eject, press and hold
the DVD eject button for more than five
(Next Folder):
If there is no apparent damage, try a
seconds to force the disc to eject.
Press the pushbutton positioned under the
known good CD.
Folder label to go to the first track in the
DVD (Eject):
next folder.
CAUTION
Press and release the DVD eject button to
eject the CD-R that is currently playing in
REV (Reverse):
If a label is added to a CD, or more
the top slot. A beep sounds and Ejecting
Press and hold this button to reverse play-
than one CD is inserted into the slot
Disc displays. Once the disc is ejected,
back quickly within an MP3 file. Sound is
at a time, or an attempt is made to
Remove Disc displays. The CD-R can be
heard at a reduced volume. Release this
play scratched or damaged CDs, the
removed. If the CD-R is not removed, after
button to resume playing the file. The
CD player could be damaged. While
several seconds, the CD-R automatically
elapsed time of the file displays.
using the CD player, use only CDs in
pulls back into the player. If loading and
good condition without any label,
FWD (Fast Forward):
reading of a CD cannot be completed,
load one CD at a time, and keep the
Press and hold this button to advance play-
such as unknown format, etc., and the disc
CD player and the loading slot free of
back quickly within an MP3 file. Sound is
fails to eject, press and hold the DVD eject
foreign materials, liquids, and debris.
heard at a reduced volume. Release this
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button to resume playing the file. The
button located below either arrow button.
searches for an auxiliary input device,
elapsed time of the file displays.
The disc goes to the next or previous artist
such as a portable audio player. If a porta-
in alphabetical order. Continue pressing
ble audio player is not connected, “No Aux
RDM (Random):
either button until the desired artist is dis-
Input Device” displays. If a disc is in both
With the random setting, MP3 files on the
played.
the DVD slot and the CD slot the DVD/CD
CD-R can be listened to in random, rather
AUX button cycles between the two
than sequential order. To play MP3 files
To change from playback by artist to play-
sources and not indicate connected, the
from the CD-R you are listening to in ran-
back by album, press the pushbutton
DVD/CD AUX button cycles through all
dom order, press the pushbutton posi-
located below the Sort By label. From the
available options, such as: DVD slot, CD
tioned under the RDM label until Random
sort screen, push one of the buttons below
slot, Front Auxiliary, and Rear Auxiliary (if
Current Disc displays. Press the same
the album button. Press the pushbutton
available). Refer to
“Using the Auxiliary
pushbutton again to turn off random play.
below the back label to return to the main
Input Jack(s)” later in this section, or
music navigator screen. Now the album
(Music Navigator):
“Audio/Video
(A/V) Jacks” under,
“Rear
name is displayed on the second line
Use the music navigator feature to play
Seat Entertainment System” in this section
between the arrows and songs from the
MP3 files on the CD-R in order by artist or
for more information.
current album begin to play. Once all songs
album. Press the pushbutton located
from that album are played, the player
If a MP3 is inserted into top DVD slot, the
below the music navigator label. The
moves to the next album in alphabetical
rear seat operator can turn on the video
player scans the disc to sort the files by
order on the CD-R and begins playing MP3
screen and use the remote control to navi-
artist and album ID3 tag information. It
files from that album.
gate the CD
(tracks
only)
through
the
might take several minutes to scan the disc
remote control.
depending on the number of MP3 files
To exit music navigator mode, press the
recorded to the CD-R.
pushbutton below the Back label to return
to normal MP3 playback.
To cancel music navigator while the player
is scanning, press the pushbutton located
BAND:
below the music navigator label or eject
Press this button to listen to the radio when
the disc. The radio can begin playing while
a CD or a DVD is playing. The CD or DVD
it is scanning the disc in the background.
remains inside the radio for future listening
When the scan is finished, the CD-R
or viewing entertainment.
begins playing again.
DVD/CD AUX (Auxiliary):
Once the disc has been scanned, the
Press this button to cycle through DVD,
player defaults to playing MP3 files in order
CD, or Auxiliary when listening to the radio.
by artist. The current artist playing is
The DVD/CD text label and a message
shown on the second line of the display
showing track or chapter number displays
between the arrows. If you want to listen to
when a disc is in either slot. Press this but-
MP3 files by another artist, press the push-
ton again and the system automatically
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XM Radio Messages
Radio Display Message
Condition
Action Required
XL
XL on the radio display, after the
These channels, or any others, can be blocked at a cus-
(Explicit Language Channels)
channel name, indicates content
tomer’s request, by calling 1-800-852-XMXM (9696).
with explicit language.
XM Updating
Updating encryption code
The encryption code in the receiver is being updated, and no
action is required. This process should take no longer than 30
seconds.
No XM Signal
Loss of signal
The system is functioning correctly, but the vehicle is in a loca-
tion that is blocking the XMTM signal. When you move into an
open area, the signal should return.
Loading XM
Acquiring channel audio
The audio system is acquiring and processing audio and text
(after four second delay)
data. No action is needed. This message should disappear
shortly.
Channel Off Air
Channel not in service
This channel is not currently in service. Tune to another chan-
nel.
Channel Unavail
Channel no longer available
This previously assigned channel is no longer assigned. Tune
to another station. If this station was one of the presets,
choose another station for that preset button.
No Artist Info
Artist Name/Feature not available
No artist information is available at this time on this channel.
The system is working properly.
No Title Info
Song/Program Title not available
No song title information is available at this time on this chan-
nel. The system is working properly.
No CAT Info
Category Name not available
No category information is available at this time on this chan-
nel. The system is working properly.
No Information
No Text/Informational message
No text or informational messages are available at this time on
available
this channel. The system is working properly.
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Radio Display Message
Condition
Action Required
CAT Not Found
No channel available for the chosen
There are no channels available for the selected category.
category
The system is working properly.
XM Theft Locked
Theft lock active
The XMTM receiver in the vehicle could have previously been
in another vehicle. For security purposes, XMTM receivers
cannot be swapped between vehicles. If this message
appears after having your vehicle serviced, check with your
dealer.
XM Radio ID
Radio ID label (channel 0)
If tuned to channel 0, this message alternates with the XMTM
Radio eight digit radio ID label. This label is needed to acti-
vate the service.
Unknown
Radio ID not known
If this message is received when tuned to channel 0, there
(should only be if hardware failure)
could be a receiver fault. Consult with your dealer.
Check XM Receivr
Hardware failure
If this message does not clear within a short period of time,
the receiver could have a fault. Consult with your dealer.
XM Not Available
XMTM Not Available
If this message does not clear within a short period of time,
the receiver could have a fault. Consult with your dealer.
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Navigation/Radio System
system is above -4°F (-20°C) or below
Parental Control can also be turned off by
Your vehicle may have a navigation radio
140°F (60°C). If the temperature of your
inserting or ejecting any disc, an ignition
system.
vehicle is outside of this range, heat or
cycle, or pressing the play icon on the
cool the vehicle until the temperature is
radio DVD display menu.
The navigation radio system has built-in
within the operating range of the RSE sys-
features intended to minimize driver dis-
tem.
Headphones
traction. Technology alone, no matter how
advanced, can never replace your own
Parental Control
judgment. For complete information on
The RSE system may have a Parental
your navigation radio system, including tips
Control feature, depending on which radio
on helping to reduce distractions while
you have. The Parental Control feature will
driving, see the Navigation System Man-
turn off the video screen. This feature also
ual.
disables all button operations from the
remote control. This feature can be used to
Rear Seat Entertainment System
gain the attention of the rear passengers
Your vehicle may have a DVD Rear Seat
that are using headphones.
Entertainment
(RSE) system. The RSE
system works with the vehicle's audio sys-
To enable Parental Control press and hold
tem. The DVD player is part of the front
the radio power button for more than two
radio. The RSE system includes a radio
seconds. If on, the radio and video screen
with a DVD player, a video display screen,
will turn off. If a DVD and/or CD is playing,
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audio/video jacks, two wireless head-
it will be stopped. A “padlock” icon or a text
phones, and a remote control. Refer to
message may be displayed on the radio
The RSE includes two 2-channel wireless
“Radio with CD and DVD (MP3)” in this
display depending on which radio you
headphones that are dedicated to this sys-
section for more information on the vehi-
have, while Parental Control is on. The
tem. These headphones are used to listen
cle’s audio/DVD system.
radio can be turned back on with a single
to media such as CDs, DVDs, MP3s,
press of the power button and used nor-
DVDAs, radio, or any auxiliary source con-
Before You Drive
mally, but the RSE system will remain in
nected to the auxiliary input jack, if your
The RSE is designed for rear seat passen-
Parental Control.
vehicle has this feature or A/V jacks. The
wireless headphones have an On/Off but-
gers only. The driver cannot safely view
To turn off Parental Control, press and
ton, channel 1/2 switch, and a volume con-
the video screen while driving and should
hold the radio power button for more than
trol.
not try to do so.
two seconds. The video screen will return
In severe or extreme weather conditions
to the state they were in before Parental
If your vehicle has a third row video screen
the RSE system may or may not work until
Control was turned on. The padlock icon
display, it will have two additional head-
the temperature is within the operating
will disappear from the radio display.
phones.
range. The operating range for the RSE
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Push the power button to turn on the head-
the universal remote control uses a code
If the headphones are to be stored for a
phones. An indicator light located on the
set of Toshiba®.
long period of time, remove the batteries
headphones will illuminate. If the light does
and keep them in a cool, dry place.
not illuminate, the batteries may need to be
CAUTION
replaced. See “Battery Replacement” later
Audio/Video (A/V) Jacks
Do not store the headphones in heat
in this section for more information. Switch
or direct sunlight. This could damage
the headphones to Off when not in use.
the headphones and repairs will not
The infrared transmitters are located at the
be covered by your warranty. Keep
rear of the RSE overhead console. The
the headphones stored in a cool, dry
headphones will shut off automatically to
place.
save the battery power if the RSE system
is shut off or if the headphones are out of
The foam ear pads attached to the head-
range of the transmitters for more than
phones may become worn or damaged if
three minutes. If you move too far forward
they are not handled or stored properly. If
or step out of the vehicle, the headphones
the foam ear pads do become damaged or
will lose the audio signal.
worn out, the pads can be replaced sepa-
rately from the headphone set. It is not
The headphones will automatically turn off
necessary to replace the complete head-
after four hours of continuous use.
phone set. The headphone replacement
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To adjust the volume on the headphones,
foam ear pads can be ordered in pairs.
use the volume control located on the right
The A/V jacks are located on the rear of
See your dealer for more information.
the floor console. The A/V jacks allow
side.
Battery Replacement
audio or video signals to be connected
For optimal audio performance, the head-
To change the batteries, do the following:
from an auxiliary device such as a cam-
phones must be worn correctly. The sym-
corder or a video game unit to the RSE
1) Turn the screw with a coin or screw
bol L (Left) will appear on the upper left
system. Adapter connectors or cables may
driver to loosen, then slide open the
side, above the ear pad and should be
be required to connect the auxiliary device
battery door located on the left side of
positioned on the left ear.
to the A/V jacks. Refer to the manufac-
the headphones.
turer’s instructions for proper usage.
The symbol R (Right) will appear on the
2) Replace the two batteries in the com-
upper right side, above the ear pad and
partment. Make sure that they are
The A/V jacks are color coded to match
should be positioned on the right ear.
installed correctly, using the diagram on
typical home entertainment system equip-
the inside of the battery compartment.
ment. The yellow jack (A) is for the video
If the remote control becomes lost or dam-
3) Replace the battery door and tighten
input. The white jack (B) is for the left audio
aged, a new universal remote control can
the door screw.
input. The red jack (C) is for the right audio
be purchased. If this happens, make sure
input.
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Power for auxiliary devices is not supplied
Audio Output
If a DVD is playing and the screen is raised
by the radio system.
Audio from the DVD player or auxiliary
to its locked position, the screen will
inputs may be heard through the following
remain on, this is normal, and the DVD will
To use the auxiliary inputs of the RSE sys-
possible sources:
continue to play through the previous audio
tem, connect an external auxiliary device
source. Use the remote control power but-
to the color-coded A/V jacks and turn both
• Wireless Headphones
ton or eject the disc to turn off the screen.
the auxiliary device and the video screen
• Vehicle Speakers
power on. If the video screen is in the DVD
The RSE overhead console contains the
The RSE system will always transmit the
player mode, pressing the AUX button on
infrared receivers for the wireless head-
audio signal to the wireless headphones, if
the remote control will switch the video
phones and the infrared receivers for the
there is audio available. See
“Head-
screen from the DVD player mode to the
remote control. They are located at the
phones” earlier in this section for more
auxiliary device. The radio can listen to the
rear of the console.
information.
audio of the connected auxiliary device by
sourcing to auxiliary. Refer to “Radio with
When a device is connected to the radio’s
CAUTION
CD and DVD (MP3)” in this section for
auxiliary input jack, if your vehicle has this
Avoid directly touching the video
more information.
feature, or A/V jacks, the rear seat passen-
screen, as damage may occur. See
gers will be able to hear audio from the
“Cleaning the Video Screen” later in
How to Change the RSE Video Screen
auxiliary device through the wireless or
this section for more information.
Settings
wired headphones. The front seat passen-
The screen display mode (normal, full, and
gers will be able to listen to playback from
zoom), screen brightness, and setup menu
this device through the vehicle speakers by
language can be changed from the on
selecting AUX as the source on the radio.
screen setup menu. To change any fea-
ture, perform the following:
Video Screen
The video screen is located in the RSE
1) Press the display menu button on the
overhead console.
remote control.
2) Use the remote control menu naviga-
To use the video screen, do the following:
tion arrows and the enter button to use
1) Push the release button located on the
the setup menu.
RSE overhead console.
3) Press the display menu button again to
2) Rotate the screen to the desired posi-
remove the setup menu from the
tion.
screen.
When the video screen is not in use, push
it up into its locked position.
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Remote Control
Remote control buttons
enter button. This button only operates
To use the remote control, aim it at the
when using a DVD.
transmitter window at the rear of the RSE
,
,
,
(Menu Navigation
overhead console and press the desired
Arrows):
button. Direct sunlight or very bright light
Use the arrow buttons to navigate through
may affect the ability of the RSE transmit-
a menu.
ter to receive signals from the remote con-
trol. If the remote control does not seem to
(Enter):
be working, the batteries may need to be
Press this button to select the choice that
replaced. See “Battery Replacement” later
is highlighted in any menu.
in this section. Objects blocking the line of
(Display Menu):
sight may also affect the function of the
Press this button to adjust the brightness,
remote control.
screen display mode
(normal, full, or
If a CD or DVD is in the Radio DVD slot,
zoom), and display the language menu.
the remote control power button can be
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(Return):
used to turn on the video screen display
(Power):
Press this button to exit the current active
and start the disc. The radio can also turn
Press this button to turn the video screen
menu and return to the previous menu.
on the video screen display. Refer to
on and off.
This button will operate only when the dis-
“Radio with CD and DVD (MP3)” in this
(Illumination):
play menu or a DVD menu is active.
section for more information.
Press this button to turn the remote control
(Stop):
backlight on. The backlight will automati-
CAUTION
Press this button to stop playing, rewind-
cally time out after seven to ten seconds if
ing, or fast forwarding a DVD. Press this
Storing the remote control in a hot
no other button is pressed while the back-
button twice to return to the beginning of
area or in direct sunlight can damage
light is on.
the DVD.
it, and the repairs will not be covered
(Title):
by your warranty. Keep the remote
(Play/Pause):
control stored in a cool, dry place.
Press this button to return the DVD to the
Press this button to start playing a DVD.
main menu of the DVD. This function may
Press this button while a DVD is playing to
vary for each disc.
pause it. Press it again to continue playing
(Main Menu):
the DVD.
Press this button to access the DVD menu.
When the DVD is playing, depending on
The DVD menu is different on every DVD.
the radio, you may be able to do slow play
Use the up, down, left, and right arrow but-
by pressing the pause button then pressing
tons to move the cursor around the DVD
the fast forward button. The DVD will con-
menu. After making a selection press the
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tinue playing in a slow play mode. You
Battery Replacement
(Audio):
may also, depending on the radio, perform
To change the remote control batteries, do
Press this button to change audio tracks
reverse slow play by pressing the pause
the following:
on DVDs that have this feature when the
button and then pressing the fast reverse
DVD is playing. The format and content of
1) Remove the battery compartment door
button. To cancel slow play mode, press
this function will vary for each disc.
located on the bottom of the remote
the play/pause button.
control.
(Subtitles):
(Previous Track/Chapter):
2) Replace the two batteries in the com-
Press this button to turn ON/OFF subtitles
Press this button to return to the start of
partment. Make sure that they are
and to move through subtitle options when
the current track or chapter. Press this but-
installed correctly, using the diagram on
a DVD is playing. The format and content
ton again to go to the previous track or
the inside of the battery compartment.
of this function will vary for each disc.
chapter. This button may not work when
3) Close the battery door securely.
the DVD is playing the copyright informa-
AUX (Auxiliary):
If the remote control is to be stored for a
tion or the previews.
Press this button to switch the system
long period of time, remove the batteries
between the DVD player and an auxiliary
(Next Track/Chapter):
and keep them in a cool, dry place.
source.
Press this button to go to the beginning of
the next chapter or track. This button may
(Camera):
not work when the DVD is playing the
Press this button to change camera angles
copyright information or the previews.
on DVDs that have this feature when a
DVD is playing. The format and content of
(Fast Reverse):
this function will vary for each disc.
Press this button to fast reverse the DVD
or CD. To stop fast reversing a DVD video,
1 through 0 (Numeric Keypad):
press the play button. To stop fast revers-
The numeric keypad provides the capabil-
ing a DVD audio or CD, release the fast
ity of direct chapter or track number selec-
reverse button. This button may not work
tion.
when the DVD is playing the copyright
(Clear):
information or the previews.
Press this button within three seconds
(Fast Forward):
after entering a numeric selection, to clear
Press this button to fast forward the DVD
all numeric inputs.
or CD. To stop fast forwarding a DVD
(Double Digit Entries):
video, press the play button. To stop fast
Press this button to select chapter or track
forwarding a DVD audio or CD, release the
numbers greater than nine. Press this but-
fast forward button. This button may not
ton before entering the number.
work when the DVD is playing the copy-
right information or the previews.
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Problem
Recommended Action
No power.
The ignition might not be turned on or in accessory.
The picture does not fill the screen. There are black
Check the display mode settings in the setup menu by pressing the display
borders on the top and bottom or on both sides or it
menu button on the remote control.
looks stretched out.
In auxiliary mode, the picture moves or scrolls.
Check the auxiliary input connections at both devices.
The remote control does not work.
Check to make sure there is no obstruction between the remote control and
the transmitter window.
Check the batteries to make sure they are not dead or installed incorrectly.
After stopping the player, I push Play but sometimes
If the stop button was pressed one time, the DVD player will resume playing
the DVD starts where I left off and sometimes at the
where the DVD was stopped. If the stop button was pressed two times the
beginning.
DVD player will begin to play from the beginning of the DVD.
The auxiliary source is running but there is no picture
Check that the RSE video screen is in the auxiliary source mode.
or sound.
Check the auxiliary input connections at both devices.
Sometimes the wireless headphone audio cuts out or
Check for obstructions, low batteries, reception range, and interference from
buzzes.
cellular telephone towers or by using your cellular telephone in the vehicle.
Check that the headphones are on correctly using the L (left) and R (right)
on the headphones.
I lost the remote and/or the headphones.
See your dealer for assistance.
The DVD is playing, but there is no picture or sound.
Check that the RSE video screen is sourced to the DVD player.
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DVD Display Error Messages
Cleaning the Video Screen
your vehicle’s options. Some audio con-
The DVD display error message depends
When cleaning the video screen, use only
trols can be adjusted at the steering wheel.
on which radio you have. The video screen
a clean cloth dampened with clean water.
They include the following:
may display one of the following:
Use care when directly touching or clean-
(Next/Previous):
ing the screen, as damage may result.
Disc Load/Eject Error:
Press the up or the down arrow to go to the
This message is displayed when there are
next or to the previous radio station stored
Theft-Deterrent Feature
disc load or eject problems.
as a favorite.
THEFTLOCK® is designed to discourage
Disc Format Error:
theft of your vehicle’s radio. The feature
When a CD/DVD is playing, press the up
This message will be displayed, if the disc
works automatically by learning a portion
or the down arrow to go to the next or pre-
is inserted with the disc label wrong side
of the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN).
vious track or chapter.
up, or if the disc is damaged.
If the radio is moved to a different vehicle,
(Mute/Voice Recognition):
it does not operate and LOCKED displays.
Disc Region Error:
Press and release this button to silence
This message will be displayed, if the disc
With THEFTLOCK® activated, the
radio
the vehicle speakers only. The audio of the
is not from a correct region.
cannot operate if stolen.
wireless and wired headphones, if your
vehicle has these features, will not be
No Disc Inserted:
Audio Steering Wheel Controls
muted. Press and release this button
This message will be displayed, if no disc
again, to turn the sound on.
is present when the EJECT button is
pressed on the radio.
If your vehicle has the navigation system,
press and hold this button for longer than
DVD Distortion
one second to initiate voice recognition.
Video distortion may occur when operating
See “Voice Recognition” in the Navigation
cellular phones, scanners, CB radios, Glo-
System manual for more information.
bal Position Systems
(GPS)*, two-way
SRCE (Source):
radios, mobile fax, or walkie talkies.
Press this button to switch between the
It may be necessary to turn off the DVD
radio (AM, FM), XM (if equipped), CD, and
player when operating one of these
if your vehicle has these features, DVD,
devices in or near the vehicle.
front auxiliary, and rear auxiliary.
(Volume):
Cleaning the RSE Overhead Console
Press the plus or minus button to increase
When cleaning the RSE overhead console
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or to decrease the radio volume.
surface, use only a clean cloth dampened
If your vehicle has audio steering wheel
with clean water.
controls, they may be differ depending on
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(Seek):
FM
Multi-Band Antenna
Press the seek arrow to go to the next
FM stereo will give the best sound, but FM
The multi-band antenna is located on the
radio station while in AM, FM, or XM (if
signals will reach only about 10 to 40 miles
roof of your vehicle. This type of antenna is
equipped). Press this button to go to the
(16 to 65 km). Tall buildings or hills can
used with the AM/FM radio and the XMTM
next track or chapter while sourced to the
interfere with FM signals, causing the
Satellite Radio Service System. Keep this
CD/DVD slot.
sound to fade in and out.
antenna clear of snow and ice build up for
clear radio reception.
Radio Reception
Care of Your CDs and DVDs
If your vehicle has a sunroof, the perfor-
Handle CDs carefully. Store them in their
XMTM Satellite Radio Service
mance of the radio system may be affected
original cases or other protective cases
XMTM Satellite Radio Service gives digital
if the sunroof is open.
and away from direct sunlight and dust.
radio reception from coast-to-coast in the
The CD player scans the bottom surface of
The roof rack crossrails may cause inter-
48 contiguous United States, and in Can-
the disc. If the surface of a CD is damaged,
ference with the radio reception if items are
ada.
such as cracked, broken, or scratched, the
kept in the rear most position. Keep objects
You may experience interference with sat-
CD does not play properly or not at all. If
that have been loaded on the roof of the
ellite radio signals, while driving near tall
the surface of a CD is soiled, take a soft,
vehicle at least one foot (0.31 meter) away
buildings or through hilly areas, causing
lint free cloth or dampen a clean, soft cloth
from the antenna. Make sure the multi-
the sound to fade in and out. In addition,
in a mild, neutral detergent solution mixed
band antenna is not obstructed.
driving or standing under heavy foliage,
with water, and clean it. Make sure the
bridges, garages, or tunnels may cause
wiping process starts from the center to
loss of the XMTM signal for a period of time.
the edge.
The radio screen may display NO XM to
Do not touch the bottom side of a CD while
indicate interference.
handling it; this could damage the surface.
Pick up CDs by grasping the outer edges
AM
or the edge of the hole and the outer edge.
The range for most AM stations is greater
than for FM, especially at night. The longer
Care of the CD and DVD Player
range can cause station frequencies to
The use of CD lens cleaners for CDs is not
interfere with each other. For better radio
advised, due to the risk of contaminating
reception, most AM radio stations will
the lens of the CD optics with lubricants
boost the power levels during the day, and
internal to the CD mechanism.
then reduce these levels during the night.
Static can also occur when things like
storms and power lines interfere with radio
reception. When this happens, try reducing
the treble on your radio.
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DRIVING YOUR VEHICLE
Your Driving, the Road, and Your Vehicle
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