GMC Terrain: CD Player
For vehicles equipped with the MyLink or IntelliLink infotainment system, see the separate MyLink/ IntelliLink Features and Functions Guide for more information. The player can be used for CD and MP3 audio.
With the vehicle on, insert a disc into the slot, label side up. The player pulls it in and begins playing. While playing, the navigation system is available.
The system is capable of playing:
○ Most audio CDs
○ MP3 or unprotected WMA formats
When playing any compatible recordable disc, the sound quality can be reduced due to disc quality, the method of recording, the quality of the music that has been recorded, or the way the disc has been handled.
There can be increased skipping, difficulty in recording tracks, difficulty in finding tracks, and/or difficulty in loading and ejecting. If these problems occur, check the disc for damage or try a known good disc.
To avoid damage to the CD player:
○ Do not use scratched or damaged discs.
○ Do not apply labels to discs. The labels could get caught in the player.
○ Insert only one disc at a time.
○ Keep the loading slot free of foreign materials, liquids, and debris.
○ Use a marking pen to label the top of the disc.
Loading and Ejecting Discs To load a disc:
1. Turn the vehicle on.
2. Insert a disc into the slot, label side up. The player pulls it in the rest of the way. If the disc is damaged or improperly loaded, there is an error and the disc ejects.
The disc automatically plays once loaded.
Press to eject a disc from the CD player. If the disc is not removed within a short period of time, it is automatically pulled back into the player.
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