Using the hands-free system (for cellular phones)

 - Audio unit

1.Display

1.Display

A message, name, phone number, etc. is displayed.

Lower-case characters and special characters cannot be displayed.

2.Selects speed dials

3.Displays information that is too long to be displayed at one time on the display (press and hold)

4.Selects items such as menu and number

Turn: Selects an item

Press: Inputs the selected item

5.Bluetooth® connection con- dition

If “BT” is not displayed, the hands-free phone system cannot be used.

6. Reception level

 - Steering wheel switches

1. Volume

1. Volume

The voice guidance volume can- not be adjusted using this but- ton.

2. Off-hook switch

Turns the hands-free system on/starts a call

3. On-hook switch

Turns the hands-free system off/ends a call/refuses a call

4. Talk switch

Turns the voice command system on (press)/turns the voice command system off (press and hold)

 - Microphone

Operating the system using voice commands

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