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2007 Cadillac Escalade/Escalade ESV andEscalade EXT Navigation System MOverview . 3Overview . 4Voice Recognition . 89Voice Recognition . 90Features and Controls . 15Features and Controls . 16Phone . 95Phone. 96Navigation Audio System . 61Navigation Audio System . 62Index . 971

The information in this manual supplements theowner manual. This manual includes the latestinformation available at the time it was printed.We reserve the right to make changes in theproduct after that time without notice. For vehiclesfirst sold in Canada, substitute the name GeneralMotors of Canada Limited for Cadillac MotorCar Division whenever it appears in this manual.GENERAL MOTORS, GM, the GM Emblem,CADILLAC, the CADILLAC Crest & Wreath,the names Escalade, Escalade/ESV, and EXTare registered trademarks of General MotorsCorporation.Keep this manual with the owner manual inthe vehicle, so it will be there if it is needed. If thevehicle is sold, leave this manual in the vehicle.Canadian OwnersFor Canadian owners that would like to obtain aFrench language manual, see “Canadian Owners”in the Index of your vehicle’s owner manual.Dolby is manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbolare trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.Litho in U.S.A.Part No. 15810216 C Third Printing2 2007 General Motors Corporation. All Rights Reserved.

Section 1Overview . 4Navigation System Overview . 4OverviewGetting Started . 6Cleaning the Video Screen . 143

OverviewNavigation System OverviewScreen shown with Map Disc Inserted4

A. FULL MAP Touch Screen Button. See “NAV”under “Hard Keys” under Using the NavigationSystem on page 16 for more information.B. No GPS Symbol. See Symbols on page 21 formore information.C. North Up/Heading Up Symbol. See Symbols onpage 21 for more information.D. Map Scale. See “Map Scales” under Maps onpage 18 for more information.E. 0 (Zoom In) Touch Screen Button. See “MapScales” under Maps on page 18 for moreinformation.F. Mark Touch Screen Button. See “AddingDestinations to the Address Book” underDestination on page 28 for more information.G. Z (DVD Map Disc Eject) Key. See Mapson page 18 for more information.H. Map DVD Slot. See “Installing the Map DVD”under Maps on page 18 for information on howto install and eject a map DVD.I. M (Load) Key. See CD Player on page 71 orDVD Player on page 80 for more information.J. Z (CD/DVD Video/Audio Eject) Key. See CDPlayer on page 71 or DVD Player on page 80for more information.K. CD/DVD Video/Audio Slot. See CD Player onpage 71 or DVD Player on page 80 formore information.L. O / n (Power/Volume) Knob. See NavigationAudio System on page 62 for more information.M. m (Tilt) Key. See “Hard Keys” under Usingthe Navigation System on page 16 for moreinformation.N. AUDIO Key. See Navigation Audio System onpage 62 for more information.O. FAV (Favorite) Key. See “Storing Radio StationPresets” under Navigation Audio System onpage 62 for more information.P. 5 (Phone) Key. See Phone on page 96 formore information.Q. e (Sound) Key. See “Sound Menu” underNavigation Audio System on page 62 for moreinformation.R. Source (AM, FM, XM, CD, etc.) Touch ScreenButton. See Navigation Audio System onpage 62 for more information.5

S. Clock Touch Screen Button. See “Setting theTime” under Configure Menu on page 44for more information.T. POI (Point of Interest) Touch Screen Button.See “Displaying Points of Interest (POI) on theMap Screen” under Symbols on page 21 formore information.U. 1 (Zoom Out) Touch Screen Button. See “MapScales” under Maps on page 18 for moreinformation.V. y z (Seek) Key (Previous/Next).See Navigation Audio System on page 62 formore information.W. w (Tune) Knob. See Navigation AudioSystem on page 62 for more information.X. NAV (Navigation) Key. See “Hard Keys” underUsing the Navigation System on page 16for more information.Y. RPT (Repeat) Key. See “Hard Keys” underUsing the Navigation System on page 16for more information.Z. DEST (Destination) Key. See Destination onpage 28 for more information.AA. CONFIG (Configure) Key. See Configure Menuon page 44 for more information.6Getting StartedBefore you begin to operate the navigation system,read this manual thoroughly to become familiar withit and to understand how the system works.Any route suggestions made by this navigationsystem may never override local traffic regulations,your own judgement, and/or knowledge of safedriving practices.Disregard route suggestions made by thenavigation system if such suggestions would;cause you to perform a hazardous or illegalmaneuver, place you in a hazardous situation,or route you into an area you consider unsafe.Keeping your mind on the drive is important forsafe driving. See “Defensive Driving” in the Index ofyour vehicle’s owner manual for more information.Get familiar with your vehicle’s navigation systemso you can use it with less effort and take fulladvantage of its features. Your navigation systemincludes not only navigation, but also audiofunctions. While your vehicle is parked: Familiarize yourself with all of its controls: hardkeys on the faceplate and touch-sensitivescreen buttons. Familiarize yourself with its operation.

Set up your audio by presetting your favoritestations, setting the tone, and adjusting thespeakers. Then, when driving conditionspermit, you can tune to your favorite stationsusing the presets and steering wheel controls. Set up the navigation features that can only bedone before you begin driving, such as enteringan address or a preset destination.Entering a destination or alphanumeric textrequires many steps, so you can only performthese operations when the vehicle is in PARK (P).You will notice that touch-sensitive screenbuttons leading to the alphanumeric keyboard aredimmed out while driving.Other functions may also be locked out whiledriving and they too will appear grayed out on thescreen — but all functions are available whenparked. Some functions can be performed whiledriving, as long as you can do so without divertingtoo much of your attention from your 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 andyou or others can be injured or killed.Always keep your eyes on the road andyour mind on the drive — avoid engagingin extended searching while driving.7

{CAUTION:Looking at the moving map on thenavigation screen frequently or for toolong while driving can cause a crash andyou or others can be injured or killed.Keep your eyes and mind on the road andavoid looking too long or too often at themoving map on the navigation screen.Use the voice guidance directionswhenever possible.The navigation system allows you to do thefollowing: Plan a route with provided turn-by-turn routeand map guidance with voice prompts. Select a destination using various methodsand choices. Receive Radio Data System (RDS) broadcastannouncements.8The information in the system may not always becomplete. Road conditions, such as prohibitedturns, detours, and construction zones, changefrequently. It is important to consider whether youcan follow the directions given by the systemfor the current conditions.Every fifty times the vehicle is started and thenavigation system is turned on, the Caution screenwill appear. If the Caution screen appears, touchOK to load the map DVD information. If OK is notselected, all hard keys except for NAV (Navigation)and DEST (Destination) can be accessed. Once theNAV or DEST hard keys are pressed, this Cautionscreen will appear and OK must be pressed to loadthe map DVD information from the map disc.

When getting started you may set the navigationsystem to your preference or delete informationyou may have entered using various options.To do so, reference the following topics.Language — English/MetricTo change the language of the navigation screens,see “Driver Information Center, DIC VehicleCustomization” in the Index of your vehiclesowner manual.To change the navigation screens from Englishor metric, see “Driver Information Center, DICOperation and Displays” in the Index of yourvehicles owner manual.Deleting Personal InformationThis navigation system can record and storepersonal information such as names andaddresses. At times, such as when you aredisposing of your vehicle, you may want todelete this information. See “Edit AddressBook — Edit/View” under Configure Menu onpage 44 for deleting information from theaddress book.Storing Radio Station PresetsTo set preset radio stations, do the following:1. Press the O (power) knob to turn thesystem on.2. Press the AUDIO hard key and select thedesired band (AM, FM1, FM2, XM1, orXM2 (if equipped)).3. Use the w (tuning) knob or the SEEKarrows to tune to the desired station.4. Press and hold one of the five preset screenbuttons, at the bottom of the screen, until youhear a beep or see the station displayedon the selected preset button.5. Repeat the steps for each preset.See “Storing Radio Station Presets” underNavigation Audio System on page 62 for moreinformation.9

Setting the TimeThe navigation system time and the analog clockare separate features. Changing the time throughthe navigation system will not change the time onthe analog clock and vice versa. See “AnalogClock” in the Index of your vehicles owner manualto change the analog clock time.To set the time for the navigation system, do thefollowing:1. Press the CONFIG key to enter the configuremenu options, then press the CONFIG keyrepeatedly until the time is selected ortouch the time screen button.2. Press the Hours and Minutes (minus) and (plus) signs to decrease or to increasethe time.See “Setting the Time” under Configure Menu onpage 44 for more information.10Entering an Address and Point ofInterest, and Storing PresetDestinationsEntering an AddressTo enter a destination by inputting the city namefirst, do the following:1. If the radio is already on with a map discinserted, skip to Step 5.2. Press the O (power) knob to turn thesystem on.3. Insert the DVD map disc. See “Installing theMap DVD” under Maps on page 18 for moreinformation.4. A caution may appear. Touch the OK screenbutton to proceed.5. Press the DEST hard key.6. Press the 2 Address Entry screen button.

7. Select the state/province screen button,if needed, to change the current state orprovince. A list of all of the available statesand provinces will appear. Select the state orprovince.8. Once a state or province has been selectedthe City name category will automatically beselected for entry.If five or less names are available, a list willdisplay. If more than five are available, theList screen button will have a number in it,it represents the number of availablecities. Select this button to view the listand select a city.9. Once a city has been selected the Streetname category will automatically be selectedfor entry.If five or less streets are available for theselected city, the system will display the list ofstreets. If more than five streets are availablethe system will display the alpha keyboard.Start entering the street name. If five or lessnames are available, a list will display. If morethan five are available, the List screen buttonwill have a number in it, it represents thenumber of available streets. Select this buttonto view the list and select a street.10. Once a street has been selected, select theHouse # screen button to enter the housenumber. The system will display the housenumber range that is available for the street.11. Select the Go screen button. A map screen,with the destination marked, will appear.12. Select the route preference (Fastest, Shortest,or Other). The system will calculate andhighlight the route.13. Select the Start Guidance screen button.You are now ready to start your route.See “Address Entry ” under Destination onpage 28 for more information.11

Entering a Point of Interest (POI)To set a destination by entering a Point ofInterest (POI), do the following:1. If the radio is already on with a map discinserted, skip to Step 5.2. Press the O (power) knob to turn thesystem on.3. Insert the DVD map disc. See “Installing theMap DVD” under Maps on page 18 for moreinformation.4. A caution may appear. Touch the OK screenbutton to proceed.5. Press the DEST hard key.6. Press the i Point of Interest screen button.7. Select the state/province screen button,if needed, to change the current state orprovince. A list of all of the available statesand provinces will appear. Select the state orprovince.128. Enter the specific title of the POI in the POIname space (e.g. Washington Monument).If five or less names are available, a listwill display. If more than five are available,the List screen button will have 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,will appear.10. Select the route preference (Fastest, Shortest,or Other). The system will calculate andhighlight the route.11. Select the Start Guidance screen button.You are now ready to start your route.See “Point of Interest (POI)” under Destination onpage 28 for more information.

Storing Preset Destinations1. If the radio is already on with a map discinserted, skip to Step 5.2. Press the O (power) knob to turn thesystem on.3. Insert the DVD map disc. See “Installing theMap DVD” under Maps on page 18 for moreinformation.4. A caution may appear. Touch the OK screenbutton to proceed.5. Press the DEST hard key.Enter a destination. See Destination onpage 28 for more information on how to entera destination.6. Press the DEST hard key, the Route screenwill display. Press the Final Destination orStopover screen button. The informationscreen will display for that location. Pressthe Add to Address Book screen button.The address book screen will appear.7. Select the Name screen button. Analpha-keyboard will display. Enter thename. Select the Back screen button.8. Press and hold one of the screen buttons atthe bottom of the screen until the nameappears in the screen button on the display.The name will appear in that preset destinationscreen button and is now available to selectfrom the Destination Entry screen. See “UsingYour Stored Preset Destinations” next inthis section to select it as a destination.See “Adding or Changing Preset Destinations”under Destination on page 28 for moreinformation on how to add preset destinations.Using Your Stored Preset DestinationsThese destinations are available for selectionwhile driving.1. If the radio is already on with a map discinserted, skip to Step 5.2. Press the O (power) knob to turn thesystem on.3. Insert the DVD map disc. See “Installing theMap DVD” under Maps on page 18 for moreinformation.4. A caution may appear. Touch the OK screenbutton to proceed.13

5. Press the DEST hard key.6. Select one of the available preset destinationscreen buttons. A map screen, with thedestination marked, will appear.7. Select the route preference (Fastest, Shortest,or Other). The system will calculate andhighlight the route.8. Select the Start Guidance screen button.You are now ready to start your route.See “Preset Destination” under Destination onpage 28 for more information.Canceling GuidanceGuidance will be canceled once you arrive at yourfinal destination. To cancel guidance prior toarrival at the final destination, do the following:1. Press the DEST hard key.2. Press the Cancel Guidance screen button.3. Press OK to confirm.14Guidance VolumeTo adjust the volume of voice guidance prompts,do the following:1. Press the CONFIG hard key to enter themenu options, then press the CONFIGkey repeatedly until Nav is selected or touchthe Nav screen button.2. Press the Voice Prompt screen button.3. Press the (plus) or – (minus) screen buttonsto increase or to decrease the volume of thevoice prompts. The system will respondwith the adjusted voice level.See “Voice Prompt ” under Configure Menu onpage 44 for more information.Cleaning the Video ScreenWhen cleaning the video screen, use only a softclean cotton cloth dampened with clean water.

Section 2Features and ControlsFeatures and Controls . 16Using the Navigation System . 16Maps . 18Symbols . 21Destination . 28Configure Menu . 44Rear Vision Camera . 51Global Positioning System (GPS) . 56Vehicle Positioning . 57Problems with Route Guidance . 58If the System Needs Service . 59Ordering Map DVDs . 59Database Coverage Explanations . 5915

Features and ControlsUsing the Navigation SystemThis section presents basic information needed tooperate the navigation system.Use the hard keys located on the navigationsystem along with the available touch-sensitivescreen buttons on the navigation screen to operatethe system. See Navigation System Overviewon page 4 for more information.Once the vehicle is moving, various functions willbe disabled to reduce driver distractions.Hard KeysThe following hard keys are located on thenavigation system:O / n (Power/Volume): Press this knob toturn the system on and off. Turn the knob toincrease or decrease the volume to the audiosystem.16Press and hold this knob for more thantwo seconds to turn off the navigation system, theRear Seat Entertainment (RSE), and Rear SeatAudio (RSA). If the vehicle has not been tuned off,the RSE and the RSA can be turned back onby pressing this knob and will continue play of thelast active source.w (Tune): Turn the tune knob to go to thenext or previous radio station or disc trackor chapter. See Navigation Audio System onpage 62, CD Player on page 71, or DVD Playeron page 80 for more information.Z (DVD Map Disc Eject): Press the ejectbutton, located next to the upper disc slot, to ejectthe DVD map disc. See Maps on page 18 formore information.M (Load): Press the load button to load CDs oraudio/video DVDs. See CD Player on page 71or DVD Player on page 80 for more information.Z (CD/DVD Eject): Press the eject button,located under the load button, to eject CDsor audio/video DVDs. See CD Player on page 71or DVD Player on page 80 for more information.

m (Tilt): Press this key up or down to tilt thescreen.AUDIO: Press this key to access the full Audioscreen to change AM, FM, XM SatelliteRadio Service (if equipped), CD/DVD, and auxiliaryinput. See “Audio” under Navigation AudioSystem on page 62 for more information.FAV (Favorite): Press this key to access thepreset stations. See “Storing Radio StationPresets” under Navigation Audio System onpage 62 for more information.5 (Phone): Press this key to access callingthrough OnStar . See Phone on page 96 for moreinformation. See “OnStar System” in the Indexof your vehicle’s owner manual for moreinformation.e (Sound): Press this key to access the Soundscreen to adjust bass, midrange, treble, andDigital Signal Processing (DSP). See “SoundMenu” under Navigation Audio System on page 62for more information.DEST

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