Steering Wheel Controls (Camaro)

If equipped, some audio controls can be adjusted at the steering wheel.

 (1) : Press to answer an incoming call or start voice recognition.See Bluetooth (Overview)  or Bluetooth (Pairing and Using a Phone)  or “OnStar Overview” in the owner's manual.

(1) : Press to decline an incoming call or end a current call.

Press to mute or unmute the infotainment system when not on a call.

+ or   (2) : Press to increase or decrease volume.

 FAV or FAV  (3) : Press to display a list of favorites. Press again to select the next or previous favorite when listening to the radio.

Using the System


Touch the Audio icon to display the active audio source page. Examples of available sources may include AM, FM, SXM (if equipped),

MyMedia, USB, AUX, and Bluetooth.


Touch the Phone icon to display the Phone main page. Bluetooth (Overview)  or Bluetooth (Pairing and Using a Phone)


Touch the Nav icon to display the embedded navigation map. See Using the Navigation System 0 28.


If equipped, touch the Users icon to sign in or create a new user profile, and follow the on-screen instructions.

Only four user profiles can be active at one time in the vehicle. It may be necessary to remove a profile from the menu before creating or signing into an existing profile. The removed profile can be logged into at a later time.


Touch the Settings icon to display the Settings menu. See Settings .

Apple CarPlay Touch the Apple CarPlay icon to activate Apple CarPlay (if equipped) after a supported device is connected. See Apple CarPlay and Android Auto .

Android Auto

Touch the Android Auto icon to activate Android Auto (if equipped) after a supported device is connected. See  Apple CarPlay and Android Auto


If equipped, in-vehicle apps are available for download. Touch the Apps icon on the Home Page to begin.

Downloading and using in-vehicle apps requires Internet connectivity which can be accessed with a data plan through the vehicle’s built-in 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot, if equipped, or a compatible mobile device hotspot. On most mobile devices,

activation of the Wi-Fi hotspot is in the device’s Settings menu under Mobile Network Sharing, Personal Hotspot, Mobile Hotspot, or similar.

Availability of apps and connectivity varies by vehicle, conditions, and location. Data plan rates apply.

Features are subject to change. For more information, see

OnStar Services

If equipped, touch the OnStar Services icon to display the OnStar Services and Account pages. See “OnStar Overview” in the owner’s manual and OnStar System .

Rear Climate

If equipped, touch the Rear Climate icon to display the Rear Climate main page. See “Rear Climate Control System” in the owner’s manual.


If equipped, touch the Camera icon to access the camera application.

See “Assistance Systems for Parking or Backing” in the owner’s manual.

Shortcut Tray

The shortcut tray is near the bottom of the display. It shows up to four applications.

Infotainment Display Features

Infotainment display features show on the display when available.

When a feature is unavailable, it may gray out. When a feature is touched, it may highlight.

Haptic Feedback

If equipped, haptic feedback is a pulse that occurs when an icon or option is touched on the display or when controls on the center stack are pressed.

Infotainment Gestures

Use the following finger gestures to control the infotainment system.


Touch/tap is used to select an icon or option, activate an application, or change the location inside a map.

Touch and Hold

Touch and hold can be used to start another gesture, or to move or delete an application.


Drag is used to move applications on the Home Page, or to pan the map. To drag the item, it must be held and moved along the display to the new location. This can be done up, down, right, or left. This feature is only available when vehicle is parked and not in motion.


Nudge is used to move items a short distance on a list or a map. To nudge, hold and move the selected item up or down to a new location.

Fling or Swipe

Fling or swipe is used to scroll through a list, pan the map, or change page views. Do this by placing a finger on the display then moving it rapidly up and down or right and left.


Spread is used to zoom in on a map, certain images, or a web page. Place finger and thumb together on the display, then move them apart.


Pinch is used to zoom out on a map, certain images, or a web page. Place finger and thumb apart on the display, then move them together.

Cleaning High Gloss Surfaces and Vehicle Information and Radio Displays

For vehicles with high gloss surfaces or vehicle displays, use a microfiber cloth to wipe surfaces.

Before wiping the surface with the microfiber cloth, use a soft bristle brush to remove dirt that could scratch the surface. Then use the microfiber cloth by gently rubbing to clean. Never use window cleaners or solvents. Periodically hand wash the microfiber cloth separately, using mild soap. Do not use bleach or fabric softener. Rinse thoroughly and air dry before next use

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