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Chevrolet Cruze Infotainment System: Auxiliary Devices

This vehicle has an auxiliary input jack in the center console. Possible auxiliary audio sources include:
Laptop computer
MP3 player
Tape player

This jack is not an audio output.

Do not plug headphones into the auxiliary input jack. Set up any auxiliary device while the vehicle is in P (Park).

Connect a 3.5 mm (1/8 in) cable from the auxiliary device to the auxiliary input jack. When a device is connected, the system automatically begins playing audio from the device over the vehicle speakers.

If an auxiliary device has already been connected, but a different source is currently active, do one of the following: Press SOURCE or SRCE to scroll all of the available audio source screens, until the AUX source screen is selected.

Say Play Front AUX using voice recognition to play the auxiliary device .

USB
Playing from a USB A USB mass storage or Certified Windows Vista/Media Transfer Protocol (MTP) device can be connected to the USB port. The USB port is in the center console. The USB icon displa ...

Bluetooth Audio
If equipped, music may be played from a paired Bluetooth device. To play music through a Bluetooth device: 1. Power on the device, pair, and connect the device. 2. Music can be launched by doing on ...

Other materials:

Wheel Stud Replacement
Special Tools CH-43631 Ball Joint Remover For equivalent regional tools, refer to Special Tools. Removal Procedure Raise and suitably support the vehicle. Refer to Lifting  and Jacking the Vehicle. Remove the tire and wheel assembly. Refer to Tire and Wheel Removal and Installati ...

Steering Gear Replacement (Hydraulic Power Steering)
Special Tools EN 45059 Torque Angle Sensor Kit For equivalent regional tools, refer to Special Tools. Removal Procedure Turn the front wheels to the straight forward position and secure the steering  wheel from moving. Remove the lower steering intermediate shaft bolt (1). ...

CD Player
The CD player is capable of playing: Most audio CDs CD-R CD-RW   MP3, unprotected WMA, and AAC formats When playing any compatible recordable disc, the sound quality may be reduced due to the disc, the method of recording, the quality of the music recorded, or how the disc has b ...

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