WARNING   WARNING:  Driving while distracted can result in loss of vehicle control, crash and injury. We strongly recommend that you use extreme caution when using any device that may take your focus off the road. Your primary responsibility is the safe operation of your vehicle. We recommend against the use of any hand-held device while driving and encourage the use of voice-operated systems when possible. Make sure you are aware of all applicable local laws that may affect the use of electronic devices while driving.

You can control various systems on your vehicle using the quick action menu (QAM) buttons on the right-hand side of the steering wheel. The information display provides the corresponding information.
Note:   Some options may appear slightly different or not at all if the items are optional.
Note:   Some MyKey menu options only appear if MyKey is enabled and at least one MyKey is programmed.
Note:   Speedometer, driving aid information, and distance to empty information (if enabled) moves to the left information group when a menu is opened.
Missing Image  This icon gives you the ability to switch a feature on or off. A check in the box indicates the feature is enabled, and unchecked indicates the feature is disabled.
Information Display Controls
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ABack button.
BToggle up.
COK button.
DToggle down.
EPhone button.
FAudio button.
GNavigation button (If Equipped).
HSettings button.
IDisplay button.
Note:   The HUD button replaces the DISP button on vehicles that have a head up display (HUD).   See   Head Up Display
  • Press the QAM button to enter the menu.
  • Toggle (B) and (D) to scroll through and highlight the options within a menu.
  • Press (C) to enter a sub-menu.
  • Press (A) to exit a menu.
  • Press the open menu's QAM button at any time to close the menu (escape button).
  • Press (C) to choose and confirm settings or messages.
Settings

Settings
Info/Trip/Fuel
See Display Options  
Gauges
Traction Control
Drive Control
Handling in D
Select Your Setting  
Handling in S
Performance in S
Driver Assistance
Blindspot
Cross Traffic Alert
Cruise Control
Select Your Setting  
Driver Alert
Lane Keeping System
Mode
Select Your Setting  
Intensity
Pre-Collision
Alert Sensitivity
Active Braking
Speedometer km/h
Speedometer MPH
Advanced Settings
Vehicle
Alarm
Select Your Setting  
Ask on Exit
Auto Engine Off
Autofold Mirrors
Easy Entry/Exit
Lighting
Auto Highbeam
Autolamp Delay
Select Your Setting  
Daytime Lights
Welcome Lighting
   
Locks
Auto Unlock
Feedback
Audible
Exterior Lights
Mislock
Remote Unlock
Select Your Setting  
Switch Inhibit
   
Oil Life Reset
Follow onscreen directions to confirm or modify your settings.  
Power Decklid
Select Your Setting  
Remote Start
Climate Control
Select Your Setting  
Seats and Wheel
Duration
System
Tire Monitor
Follow onscreen directions to confirm or modify your settings.  
Windows
Remote Open
Remote Close
   
Wipers
Courtesy Wipe
Rain Sensing
MyKey
MyKey Status
Follow onscreen directions to confirm or modify your settings.  
Create MyKey
911 Assist
Select Your Setting  
Do Not Disturb
Traction Control
Max Speed
Speed Minder
Volume Limiter
   
Clear MyKeys
Follow onscreen directions to confirm or modify your settings.  
Display Setup
Distance
Select Your Setting  
Temperature
Tire Pressure
Language

Display Options
Note:   If your vehicle does not have a head up display, use the DISP button to access your Info/Trip/Fuel and Gauges options.
Info/Trip/Fuel On Demand information appears on the right-hand side of your instrument cluster.

Info/Trip/Fuel
Engine Hours
Trip 1
Trip 2
Fuel Economy
Tire Pressure
Intelligent AWD
None

  • Engine Hours - Livery vehicles only. Displays the engine hours and engine idle hours.
  • Trip 1 - Displays distance traveled, average fuel economy, and time spent for trip. Press and hold OK to reset.Trip 2 information is the same as Trip 1.
  • Fuel Economy - Displays instantaneous and average fuel economy.
  • Tire Pressure - Displays a graphic of current vehicle tire pressures.
  • Intelligent AWD (if equipped) - Displays a graphic of the power distribution between the front and rear wheels.
  • None - Displays a blank area.
Gauges
There are three gauge modes: Speedometer, Fuel Economy and Tach and Gauges. The following table describes the display options in each mode.

Gauges
  Left Group   Right Group  
HUD On with Status Bar On   HUD Off   HUD On   HUD Off   HUD Off  
HUD On and Status Bar Off   HUD On, Status Bar Off and Navigation Available   HUD On, Status Bar Off and Navigation Not Available  
Speedometer
Blank   DTE   Blank   Compass Direction and Street Name   Graphic Compass  
Fuel Economy
Average and Instant Fuel Economy   Average and Instant Fuel Economy / DTE  
Tach and Gauges
Tachometer   Tachometer / DTE   Turbo and Temp Gauge   Turbo and Temp Gauges   Turbo and Temp Gauge  
  Average Fuel Economy displays instead of Turbo if your vehicle has a 3.7L V6 TiVCT Engine.  

DTE
Shows the approximate distance your vehicle can travel before running out of fuel.
Average Fuel Economy
Shows the average fuel usage based on time.
Instant Fuel Economy
Shows your instantaneous fuel usage.
Tachometer
Indicates the engine speed in revolutions per minute. Driving with your tachometer pointer continuously at the top of the scale may damage the engine.
Turbo Gauge (If Equipped)
Indicates the amount of manifold air pressure in the engine.
Temperature Gauge
Indicates engine coolant temperature. At normal operating temperature, the level indicator will be in the normal range. If the engine coolant temperature exceeds the normal range, stop your vehicle as soon as safely possible, switch off the engine and let the engine cool.
WARNING   WARNING:  Do not remove the coolant reservoir cap when the engine is on or the cooling system is hot. Wait 10 minutes for the cooling system to cool down. Cover the coolant reservoir cap with a thick cloth to prevent the possibility of scalding and slowly remove the cap. Failure to follow this instruction could result in personal injury.

Head Up Display
See   Head Up Display
Phone
Audio
Navigation