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2006 Cadillac SRX Navigation SystemOverview .Overview.Features and Controls .Features and Controls.Navigation Audio System .Navigation Audio System.1-11-22-12-23-13-2MVoice Recognition . 4-1Voice Recognition. 4-2Vehicle Customization . 5-1Vehicle Customization . 5-2Index . 1

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 OwnersGENERAL MOTORS, GM, the GM Emblem, CADILLAC,the CADILLAC Crest & Wreath, and the name SRX areregistered trademarks of General Motors Corporation.For Canadian owners that would like to obtain a Frenchlanguage manual, see “Canadian Owners” in the Index ofyour vehicle’s owner manual.The information in this manual supplements the ownermanual. This manual includes the latest informationavailable at the time it was printed. We reserve the rightto make changes in the product after that time withoutnotice. For vehicles first sold in Canada, substitute thename General Motors of Canada Limited for CadillacMotor Car Division whenever it appears in this manual.Litho in U.S.A.Part No. 15275788 B Second Printingii 2006 General Motors Corporation. All Rights Reserved.

Section 1OverviewOverview .1-2Navigation System Overview .1-2Getting Started .1-31-1

OverviewNavigation System Overview1-2

A. BAND Key. See “Finding a Station” under NavigationAudio System on page 3-2.B. CD Key. See Navigation Audio System on page 3-2or CD/DVD Player on page 3-18.C. DVD Key. See “Playing a DVD” under CD/DVDPlayer on page 3-18.D. TUNE/SEEK Key. See “Playing the Radio” underNavigation Audio System on page 3-2.E. Audio/Adjust Key. See “Main Audio Menu” underNavigation Audio System on page 3-2.F. Power-Volume Knob. See “Hard Keys” under Usingthe Navigation System on page 2-2.G. Navigation System ScreenH. RPT (Repeat) Key. See “Hard Keys” under Usingthe Navigation System on page 2-2.I. MAP Key. See “Hard Keys” under Using theNavigation System on page 2-2.J. ROUTE Key. See “Hard Keys” under Using theNavigation System on page 2-2.K. MENU Key. See “Hard Keys” under Using theNavigation System on page 2-2.L. TILT Key. See “Hard Keys” under Using theNavigation System on page 2-2.Getting StartedBefore you begin to operate the navigation system, readthis manual thoroughly to become familiar with it and tounderstand how the system works.Keeping your mind on the drive is important for safedriving. See “Defensive Driving” in the Index of yourvehicle’s owner manual for more information. Get familiarwith your vehicle’s navigation system so you can use itwith less effort and take full advantage of its features.Your navigation system includes not only navigation,but also audio functions. While your vehicle is parked: Familiarize yourself with all of its controls: hard keyson the faceplate and touch-sensitive screen buttons. Familiarize yourself with its operation. Set up your audio by presetting your favorite stations,setting the tone, and adjusting the speakers. Then,when driving conditions permit, you can tune to yourfavorite stations using the presets and steering wheelcontrols (if equipped). Set up the navigation features that can only be donebefore you begin driving, such as entering anaddress or a preset destination.1-3

Entering a destination or alphanumeric text requiresmany steps, so you can only perform these operationswhen the vehicle is in PARK (P). You will noticethat touch-sensitive screen buttons leading to thealphanumeric keyboard are dimmed out while driving.Other functions may also be locked out while driving andthey too will appear grayed out on the screen — but allfunctions are available when parked. Some functions canbe performed while driving, as long as you can do sowithout diverting too much of your attention from yourdriving.1-4{CAUTION:This system provides you with a far greateraccess to audio stations and song listings.Giving extended attention to entertainmenttasks while driving can cause a crash and youor others can be injured or killed. Always keepyour eyes on the road and your mind on thedrive — avoid engaging in extended searchingwhile driving.

{CAUTION:Looking at the moving map on the navigationscreen frequently or for too long while drivingcan cause a crash and you or others can beinjured or killed. Keep your eyes and mind onthe road and avoid looking too long or toooften at the moving map on the navigationscreen. Use the voice guidance directionswhenever possible.The information in the system may not always becomplete. Road conditions such as prohibited turns,detours, and construction zones, change frequently.It is important to consider whether you can follow thedirections given by the system for the current conditions.When getting started, you may set the navigationsystem to your preference using various options.To do so, reference the following topics: To adjust screen appearance, language, clock,English/metric measurements, or other options,see “Main Audio Menu” under Navigation AudioSystem on page 3-2. To adjust voice guidance volume or other navigationThe navigation system allows you to do the following:settings, see Setup Menu on page 2-4. Plan a route with provided turn-by-turn routeand map guidance with voice prompts. SeePlan Route on page 2-18 for more information. Select a destination using various methods andchoices. Receive broadcast announcements on traffic andemergency alert communications.1-5

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Section 2Features and ControlsFeatures and Controls .2-2Using the Navigation System .2-2Setup Menu .2-4Maps .2-10Symbols .2-13Plan Route .2-18Edit Memory Point .2-19Edit Waypoint .2-23Edit Avoid Point/Area .2-25Enter Destination .2-27Route Preference .2-36Remote Keyless Entry System .2-38OnStar System .2-39Global Positioning System (GPS) .2-39Vehicle Positioning .2-40Problems with Route Guidance .2-41If the System Needs Service .2-42Ordering Map DVDs .2-42Database Coverage Explanations .2-422-1

Features and ControlsUsing the Navigation SystemThis section presents basic information you will need toknow to operate the navigation system.Use the keys located on each side of the navigationscreen, as well as the available touch-sensitive screenbuttons, to operate the system. See Navigation SystemOverview on page 1-2 for more information on location.Once the vehicle is moving, various functions will bedisabled to reduce driver distraction.Hard KeysThe following hard keys are located to the left of thenavigation screen:BAND: Press the BAND key to access the band screenand switch between AM, FM1, FM2, XM1, XM2, andWX, if equipped. See “Finding a Station” underNavigation Audio System on page 3-2.CD: Press the CD key to play a CD. The CD screenwill be displayed. See Six-Disc CD Changer onpage 3-23 or CD/DVD Player on page 3-18.2-2DVD: Press the DVD key to play a DVD. The DVDscreen will be displayed. See CD/DVD Player onpage 3-18.y TUNE/SEEK z: Press the TUNE/SEEK up or downarrows to go to the next or previous radio station and staythere. See “Finding a Station” under Navigation AudioSystem on page 3-2.e/ z: Press the audio/adjust key to view the mainaudio menu. See “Main Audio Menu” under NavigationAudio System on page 3-2.PWR-VOL (Power/Volume Knob): Press thepower/volume knob to turn the audio and navigationsystems on and off. Turn the knob to increase ordecrease the volume to the audio system.The following hard keys are located to the right of thenavigation screen:RPT: Press the repeat key to repeat the current voiceguidance navigation prompt.MAP: Press the MAP key to view the map screenshowing current vehicle position.

The map screen can also display the followinginformation: North or Heading Up symbol. See Symbols onpage 2-13. Map scale. See Maps on page 2-10. Distance to destination. GPS symbol if GPS signal is not being received.See Global Positioning System (GPS) onpage 2-39. Options you have selected for reaching your currentdestination. Driver Information. Radio band and presets.ROUTE: Press the ROUTE key to display the PLANROUTE menu. See Plan Route on page 2-18.MENU: Press the MENU key to display the SETUPMENU. See Setup Menu on page 2-4.TILT X: Press the TILT key to open the navigationsystem faceplate for loading or removing the map DVD,a video DVD, or an audio CD. This key can only beused while the vehicle is in PARK (P).Alpha-Numeric KeypadLetters of the alphabet, symbols, punctuation, andnumbers, when available to you, will be displayed on thenavigation screen as an alpha or numeric keypad. Thealpha keypad will be displayed when the system needsyou to input a city or street name. You can also touchChar at the bottom of the alpha keypad to access thenumeric keypad when inputting a house address,punctuation mark, or other character. Touch A - Z toreturn to the alpha keypad.All characters are touch-sensitive screen buttons. Toucha character to select it.Select the space symbol to enter a space betweencharacters or the words of a name.V:Select the backspace symbol if you haveselected an incorrect character.To make your name selections easier, the system willonly allow you to select a character which can follow thelast one entered. For example, if you enter Z, you wouldnot be allowed to follow it with T. The system will highlightthe available characters and darken the unavailablecharacters.If you are unsuccessful when inputting a name, it mayneed to be selected differently. It is also possible that themap DVD database may not contain that information orthe correct search area has not been selected. SeeDatabase Coverage Explanations on page 2-42 for moreinformation.2-3

Touch Sensitive ButtonsTouch-sensitive buttons, or screen buttons, are locatedon the screen. When you have successfully selected ascreen button, a beep will be heard. These buttons will behighlighted when a feature is available and dim whenthey are unavailable. There are some toggle screenbuttons that will be light blue when active and dark bluewhen inactive.Setup MenuMENU: Press the MENU key located to the right of thenavigation screen to access the SETUP MENU.2-4The SETUP MENU allows you to adjust such thingsas map appearance, navigation settings, and voiceguidance volume.Navigation SettingsThis menu allows you to change the following optionsfor the navigation system.

Restore Default SettingsThis feature will automatically reset the system to thedefault values.To restore the default settings, do the following:1. Touch the Restore Default Settings screen button.2. Touch Enter.3. Touch Return to exit this menu.System ConfigurationThis feature allows you to reconfigure the navigationsystem. If you begin to drive your vehicle duringthis procedure, the system will not be able to adjust theposition or direction of your vehicle.Touch the System Configuration screen button to viewthe following choices:Adjust Vehicle Position: To correct the position ofyour vehicle on the map or to change vehicle position,do the following:2. Use the scroll symbol and the zoom in/zoom outfeature to locate the vehicle position on the map.3. Touch Enter to set the vehicle position. The systemwill display Position Adjustment and two arrows willappear on the map screen.4. Touch the arrows to adjust the direction of thevehicle. As you touch the arrows, you will seethe vehicle symbol direction changing.5. When you have set the vehicle to the correctdirection, touch Enter. Relocation Completewill be displayed.6. Touch Return to exit this menu.Calibrate Vehicle Speed Signal: If there are tirepressure differences or if a spare tire is installed, thenavigation system will automatically recalibrate thesystem. You may also choose to calibrate it yourself bydoing the following:1. Touch Start to begin calibration.2. Touch Return to exit this menu.1. Touch the Adjust Vehicle Position screen button.The system will display Position Adjustment. Thevehicle location symbol and the scroll symbolwill appear on the map.2-5

Time to DestinationThis feature allows you to view the estimated time totravel from your current position to the destination, andto reset the average speed to factory default settings.Estimated travel time is based on calculated routeinformation and the vehicle’s average speed. Touch ONto turn this feature on, OFF to turn this feature off, orReset to restore vehicle speed default settings. With thisfeature on, the estimated travel time to destination willdisplay along with the distance to destination.Quick POI (Point of Interest) SelectionThis menu allows you to choose a point of interest(POI), such as gas stations, restaurants, hotels, etc.to be displayed on the map screen. You can also set adestination to a specific POI.Setting the Quick POI MenuTo set the Quick POI list displayed on the map screen,do the following:1. Select the category you would like to replace.2. Select a Quick POI category from the Quick POIselection menu list. The system will return to theQuick POI selection screen when a POI is selected.3. Touch Return to save the setting and returnto previous menu.2-6

Displaying Quick POI IconsSetting a Destination Using Quick POITo display POI icons of a category on the map screen,do the following:This feature will allow you to choose a POI as yourdestination. To set a destination using a POI, dothe following:1. Touch the map screen once.2. Touch the POI button. The Quick POI Selection listwill be displayed.3. Select a category type or touch List Categories OrAll Local POIs to display the icons of the selectedcategory on the map screen.Removing Quick POI IconsTo remove POI icons from the map screen, do thefollowing:1. Touch the map screen once.2. Touch the POI OFF screen button. The current POIicons will be removed from the map screen.1. Touch the POI icon on the map screen that youwish to set as a destination.The selected icon will be surrounded by a blinkingbox, and the name of the icon will be displayed.You may also touch INFO to view the POI name,address, city, and phone number, if available.2. Touch the ENT DEST screen button.If a final destination has already been entered, youcan add the POI as a waypoint. See Edit Waypointon page 2-23 for more information.3. Touch Enter to start planning your route.4. To start route guidance, touch Start or begin drivingthe vehicle. Route guidance will automatically beginafter a short distance.If you wish to cancel the route you have just set, do thefollowing:1. Press the ROUTE hard key.2. Touch the Route Preference screen button.3. Touch the Cancel Route screen button.4. Select YES to cancel or NO to continue.2-7

Guidance AppearanceThis menu allows you to set the guidance appearancescreen options. This screen is displayed on the mapwhile on a planned route. The current settings willappear as light blue.Full Screen: Select this feature to display the guidancescreen on the map when approaching a maneuver.Turn List: Select this feature to have the guidancescreen display several upcoming turns. Directionalarrows, street name, and distance to the next turn willbe displayed. As you approach the next turn, the systemwill display a closer view of the upcoming maneuver.Arrow: Select this feature to have the guidance screendisplay the next turn. A directional arrow, street name,and distance to the turn will be displayed. As youapproach the turn, the system will display a closerview of the upcoming maneuver.2D: Select this feature to display the guidance screenas a two-dimensional view.3D: Select this feature to display the guidance screenas a three-dimensional view.Split Map: Select this feature to display the guidancescreen on the map at all times.2-8

Map AppearanceThis menu allows you to set the map appearance screenoptions. The current setting will appear as light blue.Set 3D Viewing Angle: This feature allows you toadjust the 3D viewing angle. To do so, do the following:1. Touch 3D on the MAP APPEARANCE menu.2. Touch Set 3D Viewing Angle.The map screen with the 3D viewing angle bar willbe displayed.3. Touch the up or down arrows to set the viewingangle.4. Touch Return to save your settings and to exit thismenu or touch Reset to restore the viewing angle tothe default setting.Voice Guidance Volume SettingsThis feature allows you to set the voice prompt volumelevel or to turn voice prompts on or off.2D: Select this feature to display the map as atwo-dimensional view.3D: Select this feature to display the map as athree-dimensional view.Set the voice prompt volume level by touching thenumbered buttons to increase or decrease the volumelevel. You may also choose to turn the voice prompts off.Then touch Return to save your setting and to returnto the SETUP MENU.If a voice prompt is active while the audio system is on,the audio system volume will decrease and the voiceprompt will be heard through the driver’s side frontspeaker.Voice prompts will not be heard while using voicerecognition.2-9

Maps3. If already loaded, the map DVD or a CD will ejectfrom the slot.This section includes basic information you need toknow about the map database.4. Load the map DVD into the slot by inserting itpartway. The system will pull it in.Regional Maps5. Press and release the TILT key to close thefaceplate.The maps are stored on a DVD-ROM. The 48 contiguousUnited States and portions of Canada are contained onone disc. The U.S. map database includes interstatefreeways, state highways, country roads, and major andgeneral streets.Refer to the “Navigation System Map Disc” manual toview the explanation of map coverage and detailedcity lists in each region. The map disc manual will bein your map DVD case when the vehicle is deliveredfrom the factory.When your vehicle is delivered from the factory, thedealer may have installed the map DVD. If the map DVDwas not installed in your vehicle when first purchased,do the following:1. Turn the ignition on.2. With the vehicle in PARK (P), press and hold theTILT key until a beep is heard. The system’sfaceplate will open.2-10Notice: Shifting out of PARK (P) with the system’sfaceplate open will cause the faceplate to closeautomatically. This could cause damage to a CD, DVDor the system if it is partially loaded. Before shiftingout of PARK (P), make sure that the DVD or CD isloaded properly. The vehicle must be shifted backinto PARK (P) to close the faceplate.Once the map DVD is inserted correctly, you will havethe following two choices: LANGUAGE I AGREEYou can change the language at this time. See“Language” under Navigation Audio System on page 3-2for more information on choosing a language. Once alanguage has been selected, touch I AGREE to plan aroute. The map will appear showing your current vehicleposition.

Setting the Search AreaTo determine or change the system’s search area, dothe following:1. Press the ROUTE key.2. Touch the Enter Destination screen button.3. Touch Change underthe Search Areaheading. The systemwill display a mapwith each regionrepresented.4. Select the desired region by touching the appropriatescreen button to the left of the U.S. map. The nameof the states or the country included in the selectedregion will be displayed at the bottom of the screenand the region will be highlighted.5. Touch Enter to set the region as the search area.6. Touch Return to go back to the previous screen.2-11

Map AdjustmentsScrolling the MapThe system allows you to adjust the scale of view onthe map. The map will scroll automatically based on thedirection you are traveling.Touch anywhere on themap screen twice todisplay the scroll symbol.Map ScalesTo view a larger or smallerscale of the map, touchthe map scale arrows.Place your finger on the map screen in any directionoutside of the scroll symbol to scroll in that direction. Themap will continue to scroll until you remove your finger.If your vehicle is in PARK (P), the system will initiallyscroll at a slower rate. The rate will increase if youcontinue to touch the map screen.If your vehicle is in motion, there is one scroll speedand a limited distance to scroll. You must keep touchingthe map screen to scroll a longer distance.If your vehicle icon becomes lost while scrolling, pressthe MAP key to show the vehicle’s current location.You may also adjust the scale of the map by touchingthe scale on the bar. The scale of a map can range from1/32 of a mile (0.05 km) to 128 miles (256 km).2-12You may also use the scroll feature to set a destination.See “Set by Map” under Enter Destination on page 2-27.

SymbolsThe following symbols are the most common thatappear on a map screen.Your vehicle is shown asthis symbol. It indicatesthe current positionand heading direction ofyour vehicle on the map.This symbol will appearon the map to show yourdestination after a routehas been planned.You will see this type ofsymbol on the map whena waypoint has beenplanned.The waypoint symbol will be numbered from 1 through 5depending on how many waypoints have been set.See Edit Waypoint on page 2-23 for more informationon adding waypoints.This symbol indicatesthe distance to yourfinal destination.See Enter Destination on page 2-27 for more informationon planning a route.2-13

This symbol indicates thedistance and estimatedtravel time to your finaldestination. The EstimatedTravel Time feature mustbe on for estimated traveltime to be displayed.This symbol indicates themap with North up.While in North up mode, North will always be at the topof the map screen regardless of which direction thevehicle is traveling.This symbol indicatesthe distance to your finaldestination in astraight line.This symbol indicates themap with the vehicle traveldirection up, or Heading up.The shaded triangle indicates North. While in Headingup mode, the direction your vehicle is traveling willalways be at the top of the map screen.This symbol will appear before route guidance begins or ifyou are on a road where route guidance is not available.2-14Touch either the North Up heading symbol or thevehicle Heading Up symbol to alternate betweensettings.

This symbol will appearwhen the navigationsystem is unable toreceive the GPS signal.See Global Positioning System (GPS) on page 2-39 formore information.When a point ofinterest (POI) or streetaddress name is too longto be displayed, an arrowwill appear.This symbol indicates theposition of the next turninstruction.While on a planned route,touch this symbol todisplay the DEST MAP,WHOLE, and TURN LISToptions.Touch the right or left arrow to scroll through theentire name.2-15

With these options, you can do the following:Dest (Destination) Map: This option allows you to viewthe final destination location. The destination’s nameor address will be displayed on the map screen. TouchReturn when finished.2-16Whole: This option allows you to view the entireplanned route. The distance to destination will bedisplayed on the map screen. Touch Return whenfinished.

The turn list will read from bottom to top. The bottomstreet name is the street you are currently on. The systemautomatically updates this screen as you make each turn.You may also touch the scroll up and down arrowsproviding scroll is available. Touching the down arrow willbring you to your current location. Touching the up arrowwill give you upcoming streets. At times, there may not benames available for entrance or exit ramps.To avoid a turn, touch AVOID next to the turn you wantto avoid. You can use REDUCE or ENLARGE to editthe avoided point. Touch Reroute or press the MAP keyto calculate your new route.Touch Return to view your current position and to turnthe turn list screen off.Touch REROUTE or press the MAP key to calculate anew route.Turn List: This option allows you to view a step-by-steplisting of upcoming street names, the distance that youwill travel on the road, and turns you will need to makeduring your planned route.Auto RerouteAfter touching Turn List, the system may take sometime to create the list. The length of time will varydepending on the length of your route and theplanning methods you have selected.When your destination is set and you travel off of theplanned route, the system will automatically begin toreroute you. You will see the new route highlighted on thescreen.2-17

Traveling Across RegionsIf you plan to drive across several states, you may haveto change the selected region to represent the area youare traveling to.There are two ways you can plan a destination whentraveling across regions.The following method is suggested and provides themost route guidance and map display functions:Change the selected search area region when you getcloser to the area you are traveling to. See “Setting theSearch Area” under Maps on page 2-10 for moreinformation.Plan RouteTo plan a route, press the ROUTE key. The PLANROUTE menu will be displayed.1. Change the selected search area region when youget closer to the area you are traveling to. See“Setting the Search Area” under Maps onpage 2-10.2. Enter your destination and route settings. See EnterDestination on page 2-27 for more information.If you do not want to use the first method, keep yourcurrently selected search area region and enter yourdestination. This method allows you only to select adestination from the easy planning route method or fromthe All Points of Interest (POI) categories with the “AllSearch Areas” comment for US Only. For example,Tourist is a category that features this comment. SeeEnter Destination on page 2-27 for more information.If you are traveling in or to Canada and you crossthe regional border, the only map scale viewsavailable are 4 mi, 8 mi, 31 mi, and 128 mi(8 km, 16 km, 64 km and 256 km).2-18You may use one of several destination entry methodsto plan a route. See Enter Destination on page 2-27for more information.

Edit Memory PointThis feature allows you to store, delete, and editmemory points. Touch the Edit Memory Point screenbutton from the PLAN ROUTE menu to access the EDITMEMORY POINT screen.A total of 60 locations can be stored. The last10 destinations entered will be stored under PreviousDestination. In addition, one memory point can be storedunder the Home category.If all 60 stored points are entered, the system will notifyyou that there is no available storage left in memorypoints. A memory point must be removed before storingadditional memory points.Registering Memory PointsTo store a memory point, do the following:1. Select a category from the EDIT MEMORYPOINT menu.2. Touch REGISTER.3. Select a method for entering a destination. A mapwill appear displaying the memory point’s location.4. If available, touch INFO to view the addressinformation for the memory point.5. Touch Enter to store the point.You can store memory points in four different categories,personal, business, entertainment, and marked point.Memory points are stored when you select either STARTor MARK when setting a destination on the map orwhen you are storing destinations in memory.2-19

Editing Memory PointsName Editing of a Memory PointThis feature allows you to edit the contents stored inmemory. The following options are available:To modify the name of a stored memory point, do thefollowing:Icon Editing of a Memory PointEach memory point is displayed with a default icon. Toedit an icon, do the following:1. Select the category of the memory point.2. Select the item you want to edit.1. Select the category of the memory point.3. Touch the NAME screen button and use the alphakeypad to edit the name. Names may contain up to15 alpha and/or numeric characters.2. Select the item you want to edit.4. Touch Return to go to the previous screen.3. Touch the icon. The EDIT MEMORY POINT iconscreen will appear.Moving Memory Points4. Touch the icon you would like to use. The system willthen return to the EDIT MEMORY POINT menu.To move a memory point from one category to another,do the following:5. Touch Return to go back to the previous screen.1. Select the category of the memory point.You will see the new memory point icon on the map.2. Select the memory point you want to edit.When selecting an icon, you can choose from 18 differenticons, three of which are sound icons. The same iconmay be used for other memory points as well.3. Touch CATEGORY. A list of categories will appear.The current category for the item will be highlightedand cannot be selected.4. Touch the screen button for the category you wantthe memory point placed in. A pop-up window willappear displaying the change in category.5. Touch Return to go back to the previous screen.2-20

Adjusting a Memory PointDeleting Single Memory PointsTo relocate a memory point’s location, do the following:To delete a single memory point, do the following:1. Select the category of the memory point.1. Press the ROUTE key.2. Selec

Navigation System on page 2-2. J. ROUTE Key. See “Hard Keys” under Using the Navigation System on page 2-2. K. MENU Key. See “Hard Keys” under Using the Navigation System on page 2-2. L. TILT Key. See “Hard Keys” under Using the Navigation System on page 2-2. Getting Started Before you begi

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