Buick Enclave: Steering Wheel Controls - Controls - Instruments and Controls - Buick Enclave Owner's ManualBuick Enclave: Steering Wheel Controls

Vehicles with audio steering wheel controls could differ depending on the vehicle's

Vehicles with audio steering wheel controls could differ depending on the vehicle's options. Some audio controls can be adjusted at the steering wheel.

Press to select preset or favorite radio stations, select tracks on a CD/DVD, (Next/Previous):

Press to select preset or favorite radio stations, select tracks on a CD/DVD, or select tracks and navigate folders on an iPod® or USB device

To select preset or favorite radio stations:

► Press and release or previous radio station stored as a preset or favorite. to go to the next or previous radio station stored as a preset or favorite.

To select tracks on a CD/DVD (if equipped):

Press and release or previous track. to go to the next or previous track.

To select tracks on an iPod or USB device for vehicles without a navigation system:

1. Press and hold to a song until the contents of the current folder display on the radio display. while listening to a song until the contents of the current folder display on the radio display.
2. Press and release down the list, then press and hold , or press to play the highlighted track. to scroll up or down the list, then press and hold , or press to play the highlighted track.

To select tracks on an iPod or USB device for vehicles with a navigation system:

1. Press and hold to a song listed in the main audio page, to quickly move forward or in reverse through while listening to a song listed in the main audio page, to quickly move forward or in reverse through the tracks. See the separate navigation manual for more information.

Track information is displayed on the screen. Release 2. Press and release w and c/ x to begin playing the track shown in the display. when the desired track is reached.

2. Press and release w and c/ x to begin playing the track shown in the display.

To navigate folders on an iPod or USB device for vehicles without a navigation system:

1. Press and hold to a song until the contents of the current folder display on the radio display. while listening to a song until the contents of the current folder display on the radio display.
2. Press and release the previous folder list. to go back to the previous folder list.
3. Press and release down the list . To select a folder, press and hold to scroll up or down the list . To select a folder, press and hold when the folder is highlighted., or press ► To go back further in the folder list, press and hold when the folder is highlighted.

► To go back further in the folder list, press and hold To navigate folders on an iPod or USB device for vehicles with a navigation system:.

To navigate folders on an iPod or USB device for vehicles with a navigation system:

1. Go to the Music Navigator by first touching the center touch screen folder button in the main audio page.
2. While in Music Navigator, select the folder/artist/genre/category, etc. using the touch screen.
3. Press and release the selected music list. Touch the track label on the touch screen to highlight to scroll through the selected music list. Touch the track label on the touch screen to highlight and begin playing the track from that list.
4. Press and hold through the selected music list. to quickly scroll through the selected music list.

the vehicle speakers only. (Mute/Push to Talk): Press to silence the vehicle speakers only.

Press again to turn the sound on.

For vehicles with Bluetooth or OnStar® systems, press and hold for longer than two seconds to interact with those systems.

See Bluetooth  and OnStar Overview  for more information.

call, or end a current call. (End): Press to reject an incoming call, or end a current call.

SRCE (Source/Voice Recognition): Press to switch between the radio, CD, and for equipped vehicles, DVD, front auxiliary, and rear auxiliary.

For vehicles with the navigation system, press and hold this button for longer than one second to initiate voice recognition.

See “Voice Recognition” in the navigation manual for more information.

radio station while in AM, FM, or XM™. (Seek): Press to go to the next radio station while in AM, FM, or XM™.

For vehicles with or without a navigation system:

Press chapter while sourced to the CD or DVD slot. to go to the next track or chapter while sourced to the CD or DVD slot.

Press when navigating folders on an iPod or USB device. to select a track or a folder when navigating folders on an iPod or USB device.

For vehicles with a navigation system:

1. Press and hold heard to place the radio into SCAN mode. A station will play for five seconds before until a beep is heard to place the radio into SCAN mode. A station will play for five seconds before moving to the next station.
2. To stop the SCAN function, press again. again.
3. In CD/DVD, iPod, or AUX USB, press and hold to quickly move forward through the tracks.

Release to stop on the desired track.

decrease the volume. (Volume): Press to increase or to decrease the volume.

Horn

Press to sound the horn. on the steering wheel pad to sound the horn.

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