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2008 Mid-Size Truck Navigation SystemOverview .Overview.Features and Controls .Features and Controls.1-11-22-12-2MNavigation Audio System . 3-1Navigation Audio System. 3-2Index . 1

Dolby is manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbolare trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.GENERAL MOTORS, GM, CHEVROLET, theCHEVROLET Emblem, GMC, and the GMC TRUCKEmblem, and the names TRAILBLAZER, ENVOY, andDENALI are registered trademarks of General MotorsCorporation.Litho in U.S.A.Part No. 25825995 A First PrintingiiThe 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, substitutethe name General Motors of Canada Limited forChevrolet Motor Division and GMC whenever it appearsin 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. 2007 General Motors Corporation. All Rights Reserved.

Canadian OwnersPropriétaires CanadiensA French language copy of this manual can be obtainedfrom your dealer/retailer or from:On peut obtenir un exemplaire de ce guide en françaisauprès de concessionnaire ou à l’adresse suivante:Helm, IncorporatedP.O. Box 07130Detroit, MI 48207Helm IncorporatedP.O. Box 07130Detroit, MI w.helminc.comiii

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Section 1Overview .1-2Navigation System Overview .1-2OverviewGetting Started .1-4Cleaning the Video Screen .1-91-1

OverviewNavigation System Overview1-2

P (Power/Volume) Knob. See “Hard Keys” underUsing the Navigation System on page 2-2.B. Directional Indicator. See Symbols on page 2-6.C. DVD/CD Loading Slot. See Maps on page 2-5 or CDPlayer on page 3-9.A.X (DVD/CD Eject) Key. See “Hard Keys” underUsing the Navigation System on page 2-2.E. NAV (Navigation) Key. See “Hard Keys” under Usingthe Navigation System on page 2-2.F. NAV RPT (Navigation Repeat) Key. See “HardKeys” under Using the Navigation System onpage 2-2.G. BAND Key. See “Playing the Radio” underNavigation Audio System on page 3-2.D.H.w SEEK x Key. See “Finding a Station” underNavigation Audio System on page 3-2.I.B (CD) Key. See CD Player on page 3-9.e (Audio) Key. See Navigation Audio System onJ.L.O (Tuning) Knob. See “Finding a Station” underNavigation Audio System on page 3-2.V (Zoom In) Screen Button. See “Touch SensitiveScreen Buttons” under Using the NavigationSystem on page 2-2.N. Dest (Destination) Screen Button. See “TouchSensitive Screen Buttons” under Using theNavigation System on page 2-2.O. Nav (Navigation) Options Screen Button. See“Touch Sensitive Screen Buttons” under Using theNavigation System on page 2-2.M.P. Nav y (Navigation Menu) Screen Button. See“Touch Sensitive Screen Buttons” under Using theNavigation System on page 2-2.U (Zoom Out) Screen Button. See “Touch SensitiveScreen Buttons” under Using the NavigationSystem on page 2-2.R. Clock. See “Clock” under Configure Menu onpage 2-31.Q.page 3-2.K. CONFIG (Configure) Key. See “Hard Keys” underUsing the Navigation System on page 2-2.1-3

Getting StartedBefore you begin to operate the navigation system, readthis manual thoroughly to become familiar with it andto understand how the system works.Keeping your mind on the drive is important for safedriving. See “Defensive Driving” in the Index ofyour vehicle’s owner manual for more information. Getfamiliar with your vehicle’s navigation system soyou can use it with less effort and take full advantage ofits features. Your navigation system includes not onlynavigation, but also audio functions. While yourvehicle is parked: Familiarize yourself with all of its controls: hardkeys on the faceplate and touch-sensitive screenbuttons. Familiarize yourself with its operation. Set up your audio by presetting your favoritestations, setting the tone, and adjusting thespeakers. Then, when driving conditions permit, youcan tune to your favorite stations using thepresets and steering wheel controls (if equipped). Set up the navigation features that can only be donebefore you begin driving, such as entering anaddress or a preset destination.1-4Entering 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 — butall functions are available when parked. Some functionscan be performed while driving, as long as you cando so without diverting too much of your attention fromyour driving.{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:system uses limited information, you must alwaysevaluate whether following the system’s directions issafe and legal for the current conditions.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 navigation system allows you to do the following: Plan a route with provided turn-by-turn routeand map guidance with voice prompts. Select a destination using various methods andchoices.You should always be alert and obey traffic and roadwaylaws and instructions, regardless of the guidance fromthe navigation system. The navigation system usesstreet map information that does not include all trafficrestrictions or the latest road changes, it may suggestusing a road that is now closed for construction or a turnthat is prohibited by signs at the intersection. TheEvery fifty times the vehicle is started and the navigationsystem is turned on, the CAUTION screen will appear.Touch the Next screen button for the map DVDinformation to load. You can also select to change thelanguage, Eng (English) or Fr (French). See “Language”under Configure Menu on page 2-31 for moreinformation.When getting started you may set the navigation systemto your preference or delete information you may haveentered using various options. To do so, reference thefollowing topics.1-5

Deleting Personal InformationSetting the ClockThis navigation system can record and storedestinations. At times, such as when you are disposingof your vehicle, you may want to delete thesedestinations. refer to the following sections to delete thedestination information that has been stored.To set the time, do the following:See “Delete” under “Edit Route” under Navigation Menuon page 2-8 for deleting the current destination.See “Memory Points”, “Preset Dest.” (Destination),“Register Home”, and “Del. Prev. Dest.” (Delete PreviousDestination) under “Memory Points” under NavigationMenu on page 2-8 for deleting stored destinations.Storing Radio Station PresetsTo set preset radio stations, do the following:1. Press the power/volume knob to turn thesystem on.2. Press the BAND hard key to access the band menuand select the desired band (AM, FM1, FM2, XM1,or XM2 (if equipped)).3. Use the tuning knob or the SEEK hard key arrowsto select a station.4. Touch and hold one of the six screen buttons at thebottom of the screen until you hear a beep or seethe station displayed on the selected preset button.1-61. Press the power/volume knob to turn thesystem on.2. Press the CONFIG hard key.3. Touch the Clock screen button.4. Touch the appropriate Time Zone screen button.5. Touch the Daylight Savings screen button.The time is now set. Touch the Manual Adjust screenbutton if you need to further adjust the time. Theradio will use the GPS satellite to set the time. Thevehicle needs to be in an open area to receivethe signal. See Global Positioning System (GPS) onpage 2-33 for more information.Entering an Address, Point of Interest,Home, and Preset DestinationsBefore entering an Address, Point of Interest, Home, orPreset Destination, select the appropriate searcharea that contains the final destination. Your vehiclemust be stopped to perform this operation.

Setting the Search Area4. Touch the DEST screen button.To set the search area, do the following:5. Verify that the selected Search Area is correct.1. Press the power/volume knob to turn thesystem on.2. Insert the DVD map disc into the CD slot.3. A notice may appear. Touch the NEXT screenbutton to proceed.If the radio is already on with a map disc inserted,push the NAV hard key.4. Touch the DEST screen button.5. Touch the Change screen button.6. Touch the appropriate Search Area numberedscreen button that contains your final destination.The system will return to the Destination menu.Entering an AddressTo set a destination by entering a street address, do thefollowing:1. Press the power/volume knob to turn the system on.6. Touch the Address screen button.7. Enter the street name using the alpha keypad onthe screen.Do not enter directional information or street type,and use the space symbol screen button (U)between street or city names. For example,the street name N. Royal Oak Rd. should beentered as royalUoak. Use the backspace (V)screen button if an incorrect character has beenentered.8. Select the desired street name from the list bytouching the screen button next to the correctstreet name.9. Enter the address number using the numerickeypad on the screen. You may first have to selectthe correct range for the address number, thenenter the desired address and touch the OK screenbutton.2. Insert the DVD map disc into the CD slot.10. Touch the Enter Destination screen button. Theaddress entry is now complete.3. A notice may appear. Touch the NEXT screenbutton to proceed.If the radio is already on with a map disc inserted,push the NAV hard key.11. Once you begin driving you will hear an audioprompt to “Proceed to the highlighted route.”You are now in route guidance mode.1-7

Entering a Point of Interest (POI)To set a destination by entering a Point of Interest (POI),do the following:1. Press the power/volume knob to turn thesystem on.2. Insert the DVD map disc into the CD slot.3. A notice may appear. Touch the NEXT screenbutton to proceed.If the radio is already on with a map disc inserted,push the NAV hard key.4. Touch the DEST screen button.5. Verify that the selected Search Area is correct.6. Touch the POI screen button.7. Enter the specific title of the POI in the Name space(i.e. Washington Monument) using the alpha keypadon the screen. If there are POIs with the same name, spell outthe name and then touch the List screen button(McDonald’s restaurant vs. McDonald corporateoffice). Select the business desired. The system will list the POIs in alphabetical order 1-8or, if there are multiple POIs with the same name,the system will list the POIs in order of distancefrom your location.Touch the screen button next to the address ofthe POI desired.8. Touch the Enter Destination screen button. ThePOI entry is now complete.9. Once you begin driving you will hear an audioprompt to “Proceed to the highlighted route.”You are now in route guidance mode.Using the Category or City selections will aid the systemin finding your POI by limiting the search options.Setting Home Destination1. Press the power/volume knob to turn the system on.2. Insert the DVD map disc into the CD slot.3. A notice may appear. Touch the NEXT screenbutton to proceed.If the radio is already on with a map disc inserted,push the NAV hard key.4. Touch the Nav y (navigation) menu screen button.5. Touch the Memory Points screen button.6. Touch the Register Home screen button.7. Touch the Address screen button and then enter alladdress information.8. Touch the Register Point screen button to store thehome address as a memory point.

Setting Preset Destinations1. Press the power/volume knob to turn the system on.2. Insert the DVD map disc into the CD slot.3. A notice may appear. Touch the NEXT screenbutton to proceed.If the radio is already on with a map disc inserted,push the NAV hard key.4. Touch the Nav y (navigation) menu screen button.5. Touch the Memory Points screen button.6. Touch the Register screen button.7. Touch one of the five preset buttons.8. Touch the Address screen button and then enterthe address information.9. Touch the Register Point screen button to store thememory point.Using Your Home or PresetDestinationsThese destinations are available for selection whiledriving.4. Touch the L (Home symbol) or one of the availablePreset Destination symbols at the bottom of theDestination screen.5. Once you begin driving, or if you are alreadydriving, you will hear an audio prompt to “Proceed tothe highlighted route.” You are now in routeguidance mode.Canceling GuidanceGuidance will be canceled once you arrive at your finaldestination. To cancel guidance prior to arrival at thefinal destination, do the following:1. From the map screen, touch the Nav Optionsscreen button.2. Touch the Cancel Route screen button.3. Touch the Yes screen button to confirmcancellation.Cleaning the Video ScreenWhen cleaning the video screen, use only a soft cleancotton cloth dampened with clean water.1. Press the power/volume knob to turn the system on.2. Insert the DVD map disc into the CD slot.3. Touch the DEST screen button.1-9

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Section 2Features and ControlsFeatures and Controls .2-2Using the Navigation System .2-2Maps .2-5Symbols .2-6Navigation Menu .2-8Destination .2-17Colors on the Screen .2-30Configure Menu .2-31Global Positioning System (GPS) .2-33Vehicle Positioning .2-34Problems with Route Guidance .2-35If the System Needs Service .2-36Ordering Map DVDs .2-36Database Coverage Explanations .2-362-1

Features and ControlsHard KeysUsing the Navigation SystemThe following hard keys are located to the left of thenavigation screen:This section includes the basic information to operatethe navigation system.The main navigation menu displays a number of optionswhich offer information on a variety of topics. SeeNavigation Menu on page 2-8 for more information.Use the hard keys located on the navigation systemalong with the available touch-sensitive screen buttonson the navigation screen to operate the system.Once the vehicle is moving, various functions will bedisabled to reduce driver distractions.P (Power/Volume Knob):Press the power/volumeknob to turn the audio and navigation system on and off.Turn the knob to increase or decrease the volume tothe audio system.NAV RPT (Navigation Repeat): Press the NAV RPTkey to repeat the current voice guidance navigationprompt.NAV (Navigation): If you are in a menu and are not onthe map screen, press the NAV key to view the mapshowing your vehicle’s current position.If a route has not been planned, press this key todisplay the map screen and the following information: North or Heading Up symbol Time Map scale2-2

If a route has been planned, press this key to displaythe map screen and the following information: Number of miles/kilometers between current vehicleposition and the destination. See “Route OverviewMenu” under Destination on page 2-17 for moreinformation. Estimated travel time to the destination. See “RouteOverview Menu” under Destination on page 2-17 formore information. Highlighted route or turn-by-turn instructions. See“Map Appearance” under Navigation Menu onpage 2-8 for more information.You will find more information on each feature found ona map screen later in this manual.BAND: Press the BAND key to access the BANDscreen and to switch between AM, FM1, FM2, XM1, orXM2, if equipped. See “Finding a Station” underNavigation Audio System on page 3-2.x SEEK w: Press the SEEK up or down arrows to goto the next or previous radio station or tracks on aCD. See “Finding a Station” under Navigation AudioSystem on page 3-2 or CD Player on page 3-9.B (CD):Press the CD key to play a CD. The CDscreen will display. See CD Player on page 3-9.e (Audio):Press the audio key to access the Audiomenu. See Navigation Audio System on page 3-2.CONFIG (Configure): Press the CONFIG key to accessthe Configure menu. See Configure Menu on page 2-31for more information.O (Tuning) Knob: Turn this knob to go to the next orprevious frequency and stay there. See “Finding aStation” under Navigation Audio System on page 3-2.X (Eject):Press the eject key located next to theDVD/CD slot to eject a map DVD or CD.2-3

Alpha-Numeric KeypadTouch-Sensitive Screen ButtonsLetters of the alphabet, symbols, punctuation, andnumbers will display on the navigation screen as analpha or numeric keypad. The appropriate keypadwill automatically display whenever the system needsinformation from you. The alpha keypad will displaywhen the system needs input of a city or street name.The numeric keypad will display when the system needsinput of a phone number or house address.Touch-sensitive buttons are located on the screen. Afterselecting a button on the screen, a beep will sound.This feature can be turned off. See Configure Menu onpage 2-31 for more information. Screen buttons willbe highlighted when available. There are some togglescreen buttons that will be light blue when active.Touch a character on the screen to select it. You mayalso touch the 0 - 9 screen button at any time fromthe alpha keypad to access the numeric keypad.U (Space):Touch this screen button to enter aspace between characters or the words of a name.V (Backspace):Touch this screen button if anincorrect character has been selected.To make name selections easier, the system will onlyallow you to select a character which can follow the lastone entered. For example, if a Z is entered, a T willnot be available to select. The system will highlight theavailable characters.If a name is not available after input, it may need to beinputted differently, the map DVD database may notcontain that information, or the correct search area hasnot been selected. See Database CoverageExplanations on page 2-36.2-4The following touch-sensitive screen buttons will appearfrequently at the bottom of a map screen.

Dest (Destination): Touch this screen button to displaythe Destination menu. See Destination on page 2-17for more information.Nav (Navigation) Options: Touch this screen button todisplay the Nav Options menu. See “NavigationOptions” under Destination on page 2-17 for moreinformation.Nav y (Navigation Menu): Touch this screen button todisplay the main navigation menu. See NavigationMenu on page 2-8 for more information.V (Zoom In): Touch this screen button to get a closerlook at a smaller section of the

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