Cadillac Escalade: Parental Control - Rear Seat Entertainment (RSE) System (Overhead) - Rear Seat Infotainment - Infotainment System - Cadillac Escalade Owner's ManualCadillac Escalade: Parental Control

The RSE system may have a Parental Control feature, depending on which radio the vehicle has. To start Parental Control, press and hold the radio power button for more than two seconds to stop all system features such as: radio, video screen, Rear Seat Audio (RSA), DVD, and/or CD. While Parental Control is on, a padlock icon displays.

The radio can be turned back on with a single press of the power button, but the RSE system will remain under Parental Control.

To turn Parental Control off, press and hold the radio power button for more than two seconds. The RSE returns from where it was previously left and the padlock icon disappears from the radio display.

Parental Control can also be turned off by inserting or ejecting any disc, pressing the play icon on the radio DVD display menu, or changing an ignition position.

    Before Driving
    The RSE is designed for rear seat passengers only. The driver cannot safely view the video screen while driving and should not try to do so. In severe or extreme weather conditions, the RSE system m ...

    Headphones
    A. Battery cover B. Channel 1 or 2 switch C. Power button D. Volume control E. Power indicator light The RSE includes two 2-channel wireless headphones that are dedicated to this system. Chann ...

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