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Instrument Panel, Head Up Interior Turn Signal Paddle Shift Windshield. Memory Seat Display Lighting Lever Exterior or Active Rev Wipers. ButtonsF ControlsF Control Lamps Control Match On Off Lever. Power Mirror Heated Audio Next Tilt Audio Engine Voice. Window Steering Previous Telescoping Volume Start Stop Recognition. Controls WheelF Favorite Station Steering Controls Button Buttons Driver. Cruise Control Controls Wheel Lever Information, Buttons Center Controls. Low Fuel StabiliTrak Active Service Electric Parking Brake. Traction Control Off StabiliTrak Off Lights On Reminder. Brake System Security Airbag Readiness, Cruise Control Set Electric Parking Brake Check Engine. Driver s Heated Infotainment Automatic Passenger s. Vented Seat System Touch Climate Heated Vented, ButtonsF ScreenF Controls Seat ButtonsF. Hazard Driver Mode Electric Accessory Power, Warning Selector Stability Parking Outlet.
Flashers Control Button Brake, Button Switch, Antilock Brake System Charging System. Refer to your Owner Manual, to learn about the information. Low Tire Pressure Driver Safety Belt being relayed by the lights. Reminder gauges and indicators of the, Door Ajar instrument cluster. Passenger Safety Belt, Engine Oil Pressure 2, See In Brief in your Owner Manual. F Optional equipment 3, Remote Keyless Entry Transmitter.
Unlock Remote Vehicle StartF, Press to unlock the driver s door Press and release the Lock button and. then press and hold the button until, Press again to unlock all doors. the turn signal lamps flash to start the, Lock engine from outside the vehicle After. entering the vehicle turn on the ignition, Press to lock all doors. During a remote start the engine will, Vehicle Locator Panic Alarm run for 10 minutes.
Press and release to locate your vehicle Repeat these steps for an additional. The turn signal lamps will flash and the 10 minutes A remote start can be. horn will sound extended once, Press and hold to activate the alarm Press and hold the button until. Lower Convertible TopF the parking lamps turn off to cancel a. Convertible Models Only remote start, Note To change the remote lock unlock and. Press and release the Unlock button remote start settings go to Remote Lock Unlock. and then press and hold the button to Start in the Vehicle Settings menu. lower the top, See Keys Doors and Windows in your Owner Manual. Keyless Access System, The Keyless Access System enables operation of the doors ignition and trunk without. removing the Remote Keyless Entry transmitter from a pocket or purse The transmitter. must be within 3 feet of the door being unlocked or the trunk. Keyless Unlocking, With the transmitter within range.
Press the lock button on the driver s door, handle to unlock the driver s door press it. again within 5 seconds to unlock all doors, Press the lock button on the passenger s door. handle to unlock all doors, Press the touchpad above the license plate to. open the trunk, Keyless Locking, With the ignition off the transmitter out of the vehicle and all doors closed. Press the lock button on any door handle to lock all doors immediately. If Passive Locking is turned on all doors will lock automatically after a short delay once. all doors are closed, Note To change the door lock and unlock settings go to Remote Lock Unlock Start in the Vehicle.
Settings menu, See Keys Doors and Windows in your Owner Manual. 4 F Optional equipment, Pushbutton Start, The Remote Keyless Entry transmitter must be in the vehicle to turn on the ignition. Starting the Engine, With the transmission in Park or Neutral. press the brake pedal automatic trans, mission or the clutch pedal manual trans. mission and then press the ENGINE START, STOP button The green button indicator will.
illuminate, Stopping the Engine, Shift to Park automatic transmission if. equipped and press and hold the ENGINE, START STOP button. Note If the transmitter battery is weak place the transmitter in the rear cupholder to enable the. engine to start Replace the transmitter battery as soon as possible. See Driving and Operating in your Owner Manual, Driver Information Center DIC. The DIC on the instrument cluster displays a, variety of vehicle system information and warn. ing messages Use the controls on the right side, of the steering wheel to select the Info includes.
trip and fuel information Performance Audio, Phone Navigation and Settings menus. Menu Items, Press the or button to move between, the display zones. Press the or button to move through Reconfigurable instrument clusterF shown. Press the SEL Select button to open a menu, or select a setting. Reset an Item, 1 Use the controls to display the desired item. 2 Press the SEL button to reset or clear the item, Reconfigurable Instrument ClusterF.
The instrument cluster features 3 display, themes of Standard Technology or Media. 1 Use the controls to display the Settings menu, 2 Select Display Theme. 3 Select the desired cluster theme See Instruments and Controls in your Owner Manual. F Optional equipment 5, Head Up Display HUD F, The HUD projects some operating information on the windshield Temporary informa. tion such as audio changes and navigation maneuvers also will be displayed. Press down or lift up to adjust the position, of the image It cannot be adjusted side. Press to select from the display views, of Speed View Audio Phone View.
Navigation View and Performance View, Brightness, Press down or lift up to dim or brighten. the display Press down and hold to turn, off the HUD. See Instruments and Controls in your Owner Manual, Audio Steering Wheel Controls. Push to Talk, Press to answer an incoming call or to. use natural voice recognition with the, Bluetooth or OnStar system.
End Call Mute, Press to end or decline a call, Press to mute unmute the vehicle speakers. Pull the or button to adjust the volume, Next Previous Favorite Station. Pull the button or button to go to, the next or previous favorite radio station. See Instruments and Controls in your Owner Manual, 6 F Optional equipment. Chevrolet MyLink Infotainment SystemF, Refer to your Owner Manual for important information about using the infotainment system.
while driving, Applications BACK, Touch the screen SEEK SEEK 8 inch screen. icon to access the HOME, Home Power 7 inch screen, Previous Next radio View the Move back one. application screen radio station Volume, station or Phone screen level in the. or track track or answer menus, 8 inch color screenF shown. Chevrolet MyLink, Chevrolet MyLink uses a Bluetooth or USB connection to link to a compatible device.
such as a smartphone cell phone USB flash drive or portable audio player iPod For. assistance with the MyLink system contact Customer Assistance at 1 855 4 SUPPORT. 1 855 478 7767 or visit www chevrolet com mylink, See your Infotainment System Owner Manual. F Optional equipment Screen measured diagonally 7, Chevrolet MyLink Infotainment SystemF. Setting the Time, 1 Touch Settings on the home page. 2 Touch Time and Date, 3 Touch Set Time, 4 Touch the screen buttons to adjust the hours minutes and AM or PM. 5 Touch BACK to exit the menu, Storing Favorites, Radio stations from all bands AM FM or SiriusXMF can be stored in any order Additional.
media song artist album and genre when connected to a USB port phone contacts and. navigation destinations also may be stored MyLink system with 8 inch color screen onlyF. 1 Display or select the desired radio station media favorite navigation destination. or contact, 2 Select the desired page of favorite screen buttons. 3 Touch and hold one of the favorite screen buttons until a beep is heard. 4 Repeat the steps to store another favorite item, Natural Voice Recognition. Control the music sourceF and make phone calls hands free after pairing your Bluetooth. enabled phone using the natural voice recognition system. 1 Press the Push to Talk button on the steering wheel. 2 The radio will say Command please followed by a beep. 3 After the beep say what you want it to do using natural speech. Phone using your paired phone, Example command Call Amanda or Dial 555 1212. Media Music Device SearchF when connected to USB only. Example command Play artist name or Play song name. Radio controlF Example command Tune FM 104 3 or Tune XM Classic Vinyl. Help Say Help for voice recognition assistance, Chevrolet AppShop. In vehicle apps connecting to music news weather travel information and more. are available for download to the radio through the SHOP icon on the home page. Downloading and using the apps requires Internet connectivity and a data plan accessed. through the vehicle s OnStar 4G LTE Wi Fi hotspot if active or a mobile device hotspot. Visit my chevrolet com learn for more information, See your Infotainment System Owner Manual.
8 F Optional equipment, Bluetooth System, Refer to your Owner Manual for important information about using the Bluetooth system while driving. Before using a Bluetooth enabled device in the vehicle it must be paired with the in vehi. cle Bluetooth system The pairing process is disabled when the vehicle is moving Not all. devices will support all functions Visit my chevrolet com learn for more information. Pair a Phone, 1 Using the MyLink system with 7 inch color screen select the Phone screen and touch. Search Device, Using the MyLink system with 8 inch color screenF select the Phone icon Pair. Device or press the Push to Talk button and say Pair phone. 2 Start the pairing process on the phone Locate Your Vehicle or Chevrolet MyLink on. 3 Confirm the codes that appear on the touch screen and the phone. 4 If your phone prompts you to accept the connection or phone book download select. Always Accept and Allow, See Infotainment System in your Owner Manual. Portable Audio Devices, Two USB ports and an auxiliary jack are.
located inside the center console to con, nect portable audio devices. An iPod iPhone MP3 Player a USB, flash drive or a USB mass storage device. can be connected to the USB port, Search for music on screen or by voice. commands F, Touch Audio Media to select a porta, ble device as the audio source. See Infotainment System in your Owner Manual, OnStar with 4G LTE and Wi Fi.
If equipped with OnStar 4G LTE and Wi Fi up to seven devices smartphones tablets. and laptops can be connected to high speed Internet through the vehicle s built in Wi Fi. To retrieve the SSID and password for the hotspot press the OnStar Voice Command. button on the overhead console or rearview mirror wait for the prompt and then say. Wi Fi settings The information will be displayed on the screen. For assistance press the blue OnStar button or call 1 888 4 ONSTAR 1 888 466 7827. Note See onstar com for a detailed instruction guide vehicle availability details and system. l imitations, See OnStar in your Owner Manual, F Optional equipment Screen measured diagonally 9. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto F, Apple CarPlay or Android Auto capability may be available through a compatible smart. phone If available a Projection icon will appear on the home page of the infotain. ment display, 1 No app is required for Apple CarPlay Download the Android Auto app to your phone. from the Google Play store, 2 Connect your Apple iPhone or Android phone by plugging the compatible phone USB. cable into a USB data port Use your device s factory provided USB cable Aftermarket. cables may not work, 3 The Projection icon will change to Apple CarPlay or Android Auto depending on.
the phone Apple CarPlay or Android Auto may launch automatically upon USB connec. tion If not touch the Apple CarPlay or Android Auto icon on the home screen. For more information on using Apple CarPlay or Android Auto call 1 855 4 SUPPORT. 1 855 478 7767 or visit my chevrolet com learn, See Infotainment System in your Owner Manual. Wireless ChargingF, The Wireless Charging system is located at the back of the center. console To check device compatibility visit my chevrolet com learn. See your phone retailer for details on required phone accessories or. charging adapters, 1 The vehicle must be on or Retained Accessory Power must be active. 2 Remove all objects from the charging pad, 3 Place the device face up on the charging pad. 4 The battery charging symbol will display on the infotainment screen If not charging. remove the device for 3 seconds and rotate it 180 degrees. See Instruments and Controls in your Owner Manual, Vehicle Personalization.
Some vehicle features can be customized, using the Settings menus and the touch. screen buttons The Settings menus may, include Time and Date Driving Mode. Language Valet Mode Radio Vehicle, Bluetooth Apple CarPlay Android Auto. Voice Display Rear Camera and Return, to Factory Settings. 1 Touch Settings on the home screen, 2 Touch the desired menu item.
3 Touch the desired feature and setting, 4 Press BACK to exit each menu See Instruments and Controls in your Owner Manual. 10 F Optional equipment Late availability, Automatic Climate Controls. Air Delivery Modes Link passenger s A C, Defog temperature setting to AUTO Air. Vent driver s temperature Automatic Conditioning Recirculation. 2017 Camaro www chevrolet com Getting to Know Your Review this Quick Reference Guide for an overview of some important features in your Chevrolet Camaro More detailed information can be found in your Owner Manual Some optional equipment described in this guide may not be included in your vehicle For easy reference keep this guide with your Owner Manual in your glove box 2 Low Fuel

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