Chevrolet Sonic manuals

Chevrolet Sonic Owner's Manual: Radio Controls with Touchscreen

The infotainment system is operated by using the pushbuttons, menus shown on the display, and steering wheel controls.

Turning the System On or Off

the radio on and off. (Power): Press and hold to turn
the radio on and off.

Automatic Switch-Off

If the infotainment system has been turned on after the ignition is turned off, the system will turn off automatically after 10 minutes.

Volume Control

(Volume): Press to increase or decrease VOL
the volume or press the volume bar. (Volume): Press to increase or decrease
the volume or press the volume bar.

VOL (Mute): Press
, then press VOL
to mute and unmute the system., then press
System Settings to mute and unmute the system.


System Settings
Configuring the Number of Favorite Pages To configure the number of available favorite pages: 1. Press the Push/MENU/TUNE button. 2. Select Radio Settings. 3. Select Radio Favorites. 4. Select ...

System Settings
Auto Volume This feature automatically adjusts the radio volume to compensate for road and wind noise. The level of volume compensation can be selected, or the feature can be turned off. 1. Pre ...

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