Cadillac Escalade: Adding Destinations to the Address Book - Destination - Navigation - Infotainment System - Cadillac Escalade Owner's ManualCadillac Escalade: Adding Destinations to the Address Book

There are two ways to add a destination to the address book:

  • To add the current vehicle position to the address book, press the Mark screen button from the map screen. The system automatically saves the current vehicle information in the address book. When scrolling on the map the Mark screen button automatically adds the current scrolled position information in the address book.
  • Press the Add to Address Book screen button when available on POI information screens, Destination Entry screens, or POI screens. The system automatically saves this information in the address book.

See “Nav” under Configure Menu   for information on editing address book entries.

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