GMC Terrain: Using Voice Commands During a Planned Route - Navigation - OnStar Services - OnStar - GMC Terrain Owner's ManualGMC Terrain: Using Voice Commands During a Planned Route

Cancel Route

1. Push X. System responds: “OnStar ready,” then a tone. Say “Cancel route.” System responds: “Would you like to cancel route directions to your destination?”
2. Say “Yes.” System responds: “OK, route canceled.”
3. Say “Goodbye.” Exits voice commands.

Route Preview

1. Push X. System responds: “OnStar ready,” then a tone.
2. Say “Route Preview.” System responds with the next three maneuvers.
3. Say “Goodbye.” Exits voice commands.

Repeat

1. Push X. System responds: “OnStar ready,” then a tone.
2. Say “Repeat.” System responds with the last direction given, then responds with “OnStar ready,” then a tone.
3. Say “Goodbye.” Exits voice commands.

Get My Destination

1. Push X. System responds: “OnStar ready,” then a tone.
2. Say “Get my destination.” System responds with miles to the destination, then responds with “OnStar ready,” then a tone.
3. Say “Goodbye.” Exits voice commands.

    Turn&-by&-Turn Navigation
    1. Push to connect to a live Advisor. 2. Request directions. 3. Directions are downloaded to the vehicle. 4. Follow the voice-guided commands. ...

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