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2010 Acadia, Enclave, OUTLOOK, Traverse, Lucerne, VUE and VUE Two-ModeHybrid Navigation SystemM

Infotainment System

......... 3

Introduction ......................

3

Overview .......................

4

Radio .............................

15

AM-FM Radio ...............

15

Satellite Radio ..............

21

Audio Players ................

21

CD/DVD Player ............

21

Auxiliary Devices ..........

35

Navigation ......................

36

Using the Navigation

 

System ..................

36

Maps ..........................

38

Navigation Symbols .......

41

Destination ..................

46

ConÞgure Menu ............

58

Global Positioning

 

System (GPS) .........

70

Vehicle Positioning ........

70

Problems with Route

 

Guidance ................

71

If the System Needs

 

Service ..................

72

Ordering Map DVDs ......

72

Database Coverage

 

Explanations ...........

72

Voice Recognition ..........

72

Index ..................................

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Introduction

GENERAL MOTORS, GM, the GM Emblem, CHEVROLET,

the CHEVROLET Emblem, BUICK, the BUICK Emblem, GMC and

the GMC Truck Emblem, and the name LUCERNE are registered trademarks. The names ENCLAVE, TRAVERSE, and ACADIA are trademarks of General Motors.

SATURN, the SATURN Emblem and the name VUE and VUE Two-ModeHybrid are registered trademarks; the name OUTLOOK is a trademark of Saturn Corporation.

DTS and DTS Digital Surround are registered trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.

Dolby¨ is manufactured under license from Dolby¨ Laboratories. Dolby¨ and thedouble-Dsymbol are trademarks of Dolby¨ Laboratories.

Litho in U.S.A.

© 2009 General Motors. All Rights Reserved.

Part No. 25986868 B Second Printing

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The information in this manual supplements the owner manual.

This manual describes features that may or may not be on

your speciÞc vehicle either because they are options that you did not purchase or due to changes subsequent to the printing of this owner manual. Please refer to

the purchase documentation relating to your speciÞc vehicle to conÞrm each of the features found on

your vehicle. For vehicles Þrst sold in Canada, substitute the name ÒGeneral Motors of Canada LimitedÓ for Buick Motor Division, Chevrolet Motor Division, or GMC wherever it appears in this manual.

Keep this manual with the owner manual in the vehicle, so it will

be there if it is needed. If the vehicle is sold, leave this manual in the vehicle.

Canadian Vehicle Owners (Propriétaires des Véhicules Canadiens)

A French language copy of this manual can be obtained from your dealer/retailer or from:

On peut obtenir un exemplaire de ce guide en fran•ais aupr•s du concessionnaire ou ˆ lÕadresse suivante:

Helm, Incorporated

P.O. Box 07130

Detroit, MI 48207

1-800-551-4123

NumŽro de poste 6438 de langue fran•aise www.helminc.com

Overview

Read this manual thoroughly to become familiar with how the navigation system operates.

The navigation system includes navigation and audio functions.

While entering the vehicle or when turning the vehicle off, some

DVD Map Disc noise is normal.

Keeping your eyes on the road and your mind on the drive is important for safe driving. The navigation system has built-infeatures intended to help keep your eyes on the

road and mind on the drive. Some features may be disabled while driving. Note that these functions will be grayed-out.Agrayed-outfunction indicates it is not available when the vehicle is moving.

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All functions are available when the vehicle is parked. Do the following before driving:

¥Become familiar with the navigation system operation, hard keys on the faceplate, and touch-sensitivescreen buttons of the navigation system.

¥Set up the audio by presetting favorite stations, setting the tone, and adjusting the speakers.

¥Set up the navigation features before beginning driving, such as entering an address or a preset destination.

¥Set up your phone numbers in advance so they can be called easily with the press of a single button or a single voice

command (for navigation systems equipped with phone capability).

{ WARNING

Taking your eyes off the road too long or too often while using the navigation system could cause a crash resulting in injury or death to you or others. Focus your attention on driving.

{ WARNING

Avoid looking too long or too often at the moving map on the navigation screen. This could cause a crash and you or others can be injured or killed. Use the turn-by-turnvoice guidance directions whenever possible.

Use the navigation system to:

¥Plan a route.

¥Select a destination using various methods and choices.

¥Follow turn-by-turnroute and map guidance with voice prompts, only if permitted by traffic laws, controls, and conditions.

You should always be alert and obey traffic and roadway laws and instructions, regardless of the guidance from the navigation system. Because the navigation system uses street map information that does not include all traffic restrictions or the latest road changes, it may suggest using a road that is now closed for construction or a turn that is prohibited by signs at the intersection. Because the system uses limited information, you

must always evaluate whether following the systemÕs directions is safe and legal for the current conditions.

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When the navigation system is turned on, a screen may appear with the information below, and you must read and acknowledge

the information it contains.

{ WARNING

Taking your eyes off the road for extended periods could cause a crash resulting in injury or death to you or others.

To help avoid a crash in which you or others could be killed:

¥Always concentrate on your driving Þrst by keeping your eyes and mind on the road, and

your hands on the wheel.

¥Follow system directions only if permitted by traffic laws, controls, and conditions.

¥Before using this system, read the ownerÕs manual and learn how it operates.

¥Some system controls cannot be used the when vehicle is moving.

After you acknowledge the start up information you will be able to access the NAV and DEST functions. Once accessed, you can enter or delete information in the navigation system or access

other functions. See instructions later in this section.

Every Þfty times the vehicle is started and the navigation system is turned on, the Caution screen appears. After reading the caution, select OK to load the map DVD information.

If OK is not selected, all hard keys except for NAV and DEST can be accessed. You can also press the NAV or DEST hard key to have this Caution screen appear.

Voice Recognition may also be unavailable until the Caution screen is acknowledged.

When getting started, set the navigation system to your preference or delete information you may have entered using various options.

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Navigation System Overview

Screen shown with Map Disc Inserted

A.Map DVD. See ÒInstalling the Map DVDÓ under Maps on page 38.

B.FULL MAP Touch Screen Button. See ÒNAVÓ under ÒHard KeysÓ under Using the Navigation System on page 36.

C.No GPS Symbol. See Global Positioning System (GPS) on page 70.

D.O (Power/Volume) Knob.

See AM-FM Radio on page 15.

E.North Up/Heading Up Symbol. See Navigation Symbols on page 41.

F.NAV (Navigation) Key.

See ÒHard KeysÓ under Using the Navigation System on page 36.

G.DEST (Destination) Key. See Destination on page 46.

H.RPT (Repeat) Key. See ÒHard KeysÓ under Using the Navigation System on page 36.

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I.FAV (Favorite) Key. See ÒStoring Radio Station PresetsÓ under

Using the Navigation System on page 36.

J.Map Scale. See ÒMap AdjustmentsÓ under Maps on page 38.

K.0 (Zoom In) Touch Screen Button. See ÒMap AdjustmentsÓ underMaps on page 38.

L.Mark Touch Screen Button. See ÒAdding Destinations to the Address BookÓ under

Destination on page 46.

M.CD/DVD Slot. See CD/DVD Player on page 21.

N.Source (AM, FM, XM, CD, etc.) Touch Screen Button. See

AM-FM Radio on page 15or CD/DVD Player on page 21.

O.Z (CD/DVD Eject) Key. See ÒHard KeysÓ underUsing the Navigation System on page 36.

P.Auxiliary Jack. See Auxiliary Devices on page 35.

Q.Clock Touch Screen Button. See ÒSetting the ClockÓ later in this section.

R.f (Tune/Sound) Knob.

See AM-FM Radio on page 15.

S.AUDIO Key. See AM-FM Radio on page 15 orUsing the Navigation System on page 36.

T.MENU Key. See Configure Menu on page 58.

U.¨SEEK Key (Next).

See AM-FM Radio on page 15.

V.©SEEK Key (Previous).

See AM-FM Radio on page 15.

W.1 (Zoom Out) Touch Screen Button. See ÒMap AdjustmentsÓ underNavigation Symbols

on page 41.

X.POI (Point of Interest) Touch Screen Button. See ÒDisplaying Points of Interest (POI) on

the Map ScreenÓ under Maps on page 38.

Language

For vehicles with a Driver Information Center (DIC), see ÒDIC Vehicle CustomizationÓ in the Index of the vehicleÕs owner manual to change the language of the navigation screens.

For vehicles without a Driver Information Center (DIC), the radio can be used to change the

language of the navigation screens:

1.Press the O (power) knob to turn the system on.

2.Press the MENU hard key and select the Display screen button.

3.Select the language; English, Francais, Espanol.

English/Metric Units

To change the navigation screens from English or metric, see ÒDIC Operation and DisplaysÓ in the Index of the vehicleÕs owner manual.

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Limit Features While Driving

The navigation system may have this feature.

Touch the Limit Features While Driving screen button to turn on and off the ability to limit functions while driving. When this screen button is highlighted, the following functions are limited while driving:

¥Music Navigator Scrolling

¥Radio Category Scrolling

¥Navigation Menu Scrolling and some functions

See ÒCategoryÓ under AM-FM Radio on page 15 for more information. See ÒFrom MapÓ underDestination on page 46 for more information.

Some functions remain limited regardless of the setting.

Deleting Personal Information

This navigation system can record and store personal information such as names and addresses. It is recommended that stored personal

information is deleted when disposing the vehicle. See ÒEdit Address Book Ñ Edit/ViewÓ under

Configure Menu on page 58for deleting information from the address book.

Storing Radio Station Presets

To set preset radio stations:

1.Press O to turn the system on.

2.Press the AUDIO hard key and select the desired band (AM, FM, or XM (if equipped)).

3.Use the f (tune) knob or the SEEK arrows to go to the desired station.

4.Press and hold one of the Þve preset screen buttons, at the bottom of the screen, until a beep is heard or see the station displayed on the selected preset button.

5.Repeat the steps for each preset.

See ÒStoring Radio Station PresetsÓ under AM-FM Radio on page 15 for more information.

Setting the Clock

1.Press O to turn the system on.

2.Press the MENU key to enter the conÞgure menu options, then press the MENU key repeatedly until the time is selected or select the time screen button.

3.Press the Set screen button.

4.Press the Hours and

Minutes − (minus) and + (plus) signs to decrease or to increase the time.

See ÒSetting the ClockÓ under

Configure Menu on page 58for more information.

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Entering a Destination by Using Address, Point of Interest, Previous Destination, or the Map Method and Storing Preset Destinations

Entering an Address

To enter a destination by entering the city name Þrst:

1.If the radio is on with a map disc inserted, skip to Step 5.

2.Press O to turn the system on.

3.Insert the DVD map disc. See ÒInstalling the Map DVDÓ under Maps on page 38 for more information.

4.A caution may appear. Select the OK screen button to proceed.

5.Press the DEST hard key. If guidance is already active,

or if an entry is in place, you will have to select either the ÒAdd StopoverÓ button or the ÒADDÓ buttons above or below the entry, depending on where you would like to place the next waypoint.

6.Select the 2 Address Entry screen button.

7.Select the state/province screen button, if needed, to change the current state or province.

¥Enter the name or enter the two-letterabbreviation. A list displays.

¥Select the List screen button and select the state or province.

8.Select the City name button and start entering the city name.

¥If Þve or less names are available, a list displays.

¥If more than Þve are available, the List screen button has a number in it that represents the number of available cities. Select this button to view

the list and select a city.

9.Once a city has been selected, the Street name category is automatically selected for entry.

Do not enter directional information or street type. Use the space symbol screen button

( U) between street or city names. For example, the street name N. Royal Oak Rd. should be entered as royalU oak. Use the backspace (V) screen button if an incorrect character has been entered.

¥If Þve or less streets are available for the selected city, the system displays the list of streets.

¥If more than Þve streets are available the system displays the alpha keyboard. Start entering the street name.

If Þve or less names are available, a list displays.

If more than Þve are available, the List screen button has a number in it that represents the number of available streets. Select this button

to view the list and select a street.

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10.Once a street has been selected, select the House # screen button to enter the house number. The system displays the

house number range that is available for the street.

11.Select the Go screen button. A map screen, with the destination marked appears.

12.Select the route preference (Fastest, Shortest, or Other). The system calculates and highlights the route.

13.Select the Start Guidance screen button. The fastest route will automatically begin if the car starts moving forward.

See ÒAddress Entry Ó under

Destination on page 46and ÒVoice Tag CommandsÓ under Voice Recognition on page 72for more information.

Entering a Point of Interest (POI)

To set a destination by entering a Point of Interest (POI):

1.If the radio is on with a map disc inserted, skip to Step 5.

2.Press O to turn the system on.

3.Insert the DVD map disc. See ÒInstalling the Map DVDÓ under Maps on page 38 for more information.

4.A caution may appear. Select the OK screen button to proceed.

5.Press the DEST hard key. If guidance is already active, or if an entry is in place, you will have to select either the ÒAdd StopoverÓ button or the ÒADDÓ buttons above or below the entry, depending on where you would like to place the next waypoint.

6.Select the POI (Point of Interest) screen button.

7.Select the state/province screen button, if needed, to change the current state or province.

¥Enter the name or enter the two-letterabbreviation. A list displays.

¥Select the List screen button and select the state or province.

8.Enter the speciÞc title of the POI in the POI name space (i.e. Washington Monument).

¥If Þve or less names are available, a list displays.

¥If more than Þve are available, the List screen button has a number in it, it represents

the number of available POIs. Select this button to view

the list.

9.Select the Go screen button next to the POI. A map screen, with the destination marked appears.

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10.Select the route preference (Fastest, Shortest, or Other). The system calculates and highlights the route.

11.Select the Start Guidance screen button. The fastest route will automatically begin if the car starts moving forward.

See ÒPoint of Interest (POI)Ó under

Destination on page 46for more information.

Entering Previous Destination

Choose from a list of recent destinations with this method:

1.Press the ÒDESTÓ hardkey. Press the ÒPrevious DestinationÓ button to show a list of previous destinations. This list is empty at Þrst when the radio is new or is erased when the battery is disconnected.

2.Touch your selection. You may not be able to scroll down the list while the vehicle is in motion, depending on the settings.

See ÒLimit Features While DrivingÓ later in this manual.

3.Select the route preference (Fastest, Shortest, or Other). The system calculates and highlights the route.

4.Select the Start Guidance screen button. The fastest route will automatically begin if the

car starts moving forward.

Map Method

1.Touch the screen where you want to go. The system shows the location, and possibly

an address as well. You can

scroll out to a larger view by Þrst using the + (plus) or − (minus) buttons at the lower left and right of the map to select

an appropriate viewing range.

2.Press the ÒGOÓ button that appears when you are ready to begin routing.

3.Select the route preference (Fastest, Shortest, or Other). The system calculates and highlights the route.

4.Select the Start Guidance screen button. The fastest route will automatically begin if the

car starts moving forward.

Storing Preset Destinations

1.If the radio is on with a map disc inserted, skip to Step 5.

2.Press O to turn the system on.

3.Insert the DVD map disc. See ÒInstalling the Map DVDÓ

under Maps on page 38for more information.

4.A caution may appear. Select the OK screen button to proceed.

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5.Press the DEST hard key.

Enter a destination. See

Destination on page 46for more information on how to enter a destination.

6.Select the Map screen button after entering the destination.

7.Select the MARK screen button from the map. The address book screen appears. Five preset destinations can be stored, but you must set them from the Address Book screen. There are other ways to get to the Address Book as well.

8.Select the Name screen button. An alpha-keyboarddisplays. Enter the name. If you have stored the location with a name automatically assigned by the system, use the ÒBACKSPACEÓ button (not ÒBACKÓ) to erase the letters and begin typing your preferred title for this destination.

For example, choosing a destination by address and storing it to the Address Book will store the actual address, which may not be easy to display in a short Preset button that has 8 digits, so name it something shorter.

9.Press and hold one of the screen buttons at the bottom of the screen until the name appears

in the screen button on the display. A beep may be heard.

The name appears in that preset destination screen button and

is now available to select from the Destination Entry screen. See ÒUsing Your Stored Preset DestinationsÓ next in this section to select it as a destination.

A voice recognition tag can also be assigned to the preset destinations.

See ÒAdding or Changing Preset DestinationsÓ under Destination on page 46 for more information on how to add preset destinations.

Using Your Stored Preset

Destinations

These destinations are available for selection while driving.

1.If the radio is on with a map disc inserted, skip to Step 5.

2.Press O to turn the system on.

3.Insert the DVD map disc. See ÒInstalling the Map DVDÓ

under Maps on page 38for more information.

4.A caution may appear. Select the OK screen button to proceed.

5.Press the DEST hard key.

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6.Select one of the available preset destination screen buttons. A map screen, with the destination marked, appears and the system immediately begins to route to that destination.

The preset destination buttons overwrite and provides guidance to the selected destination

even if the guidance is in place. Pressing a preset destination cancels the current route

and then, routes to the single preset destination.

If more waypoints or stops are desired after the preset is

used, follow the adding stopover method to load a total of four waypoints.

7.Select the route preference (Fastest, Shortest, or Other). The system calculates and highlights the route.

8.Select the Start Guidance screen button. The fastest route will automatically begin if the

car starts moving forward.

See ÒPreset DestinationÓ under

Destination on page 46for more information.

Canceling Guidance

Guidance is canceled once you arrive at your Þnal destination. To cancel guidance prior to arrival at the Þnal destination:

1.Press the DEST hard key.

2.Select the Cancel Guidance screen button.

3.A pop-upconÞrmation appears. Select OK to cancel guidance or Cancel to cancel the request.

Guidance Volume

To adjust the volume of voice guidance prompts:

1.Press the MENU hard key to enter the menu options, then press the MENU key repeatedly until Nav is selected or select the Nav screen button.

2.Select the Voice Prompt screen button.

3.Select the On screen button if voice guidance is not on.

4.Select the + (plus) or Ð (minus) screen buttons to increase or to decrease the volume of

the voice prompts. The system responds with the adjusted voice level.

See ÒVoice Prompt Ó under Voice Recognition on page 72 for more information.

Turning the O (volume) knob during a voice or navigation prompt also changes the volume.

Cleaning the Display

Use a soft clean cotton cloth dampened with clean water.