GMC Terrain: Radio(s) - Vehicle Features - In Brief - GMC Terrain Owner's ManualGMC Terrain: Radio(s)

VOL/ on and off. Turn to increase or decrease the volume. : Press to turn the system on and off. Turn to increase or decrease the volume.

SOURCE: Press to choose between FM, AM, XM™, if equipped, CD, or AUX.

MENU/SEL: Turn to select radio stations.

Press to show available information about the current station or track.

SEEK: Press to seek the previous : Press to go to the main menu.

station or track. SEEK: Press to seek the previous station or track.

or track.SEEK: Press to seek the next station or track.

Buttons 1 - 6: Press to save and select favorite stations For more information about these and other radio features, see Overview on page 7‑3.

For more information about the Rear Seat Entertainment (RSE) System (if equipped), see Rear Seat Entertainment (RSE) System on page 7‑22.

For more information about the Rear Seat Audio (RSA) System, see Rear Seat Audio (RSA) System on page 7‑32.

For information about setting the clock, see Clock on page 5‑5.

Storing a Favorite Station Stations from all bands can be stored in the favorite lists in any order. Up to six stations can be stored in each favorite page and the number of available favorite pages can be set.

To store the station to a position in the list, press the corresponding numeric button 1-6 until the station can be heard again.

For more information, see “Storing and Retrieving Favorites” in AM-FM Radio on page 7‑8.

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