GMC Terrain: Global Off - Rear Seat Entertainment (RSE) System - Rear Seat Infotainment - Infotainment System - GMC Terrain Owner's ManualGMC Terrain: Global Off

Depending on the infotainment system, the RSE system may have a Global Off feature. The Global Off feature disables all RSE system features. Press and hold the radio power button for more than three seconds for Global Off to disable the RSE features. On some infotainment systems, the Global Off feature can be turned off by performing one of the following:

○ Press and hold the radio power button for more than three seconds.
○ Insert or eject any disc.
○ Insert a DVD video disc.
○ Press the remote control power button.
○ Press the SOURCE button or k when a DVD video disc is in the player.
○ Press the SRC button on the steering wheel when a DVD video disc is in the player.
○ Cycle the ignition.

    Before Driving
    The RSE is for rear seat passengers only. The driver cannot safely view the video screen while driving. In severe or extreme weather conditions, the RSE system may not work until the temperature ...

    Headphones
    A. Battery Cover B. Channel 1 or 2 Switch C. Power Button D. Volume Control E. Power Indicator Light RSE includes two 2-channel wireless headphones. Channel 1 is dedicated to the DVD player, ...

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