Cadillac Escalade: Display - Configure Menu - Navigation - Infotainment System - Cadillac Escalade Owner's ManualCadillac Escalade: Display

Press CONFIG to enter the configure menu options, then press CONFIG repeatedly

Press CONFIG to enter the configure menu options, then press CONFIG repeatedly until Display is selected or press the Display screen button.

Display OFF

Press this screen button to turn the display off. Press any control button to view the display.

Brightness/Contrast/Mode

Press this screen button to change the brightness, contrast, and mode of the

Press this screen button to change the brightness, contrast, and mode of the display.

or decrease the brightness of the screen. (Brightness): Press + or − to increase or decrease the brightness of the screen.

or decrease the contrast of the screen. (Contrast): Press + or − to increase or decrease the contrast of the screen.

Auto (Automatic): Press so the system can automatically adjust the screen background depending on exterior lighting conditions.

Night: Press to make the map background darker.

Day: Press to make the map background brighter.

    XM Weather
    Press the Weather screen button to display the Current or Extended Forecast Weather. The Extended Forecast Weather screen displays five days of the forecasted weather at the vehicle’s current posi ...

    Rear Vision Camera
    Rear Camera Options: Press to display options available. The available options are: Video: Press to turn on or off. Symbols: Press to turn on or off. Guiding Lines: Press to turn on or off. For ...

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