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The fixed radio has been designed to suit the specific characteristics of the passenger compartment, with a

personalised design that matches the style of the dashboard.


The radio is installed in a user-friendly position for the driver and passenger and the graphics on the front
panel make location of the controls quick, facilitating use.
To increase security against theft, the sound system is fitted with a protection system that makes it usable

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only on the vehicle where it was fitted.
Below you will find the instructions for use, which you are advised to read through carefully and always keep
within reach (e.g. in the glove compartment).
Enjoy your read!

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CONTENTS
ADVICE RADIO WITH CD AND MP3 CD PLAYER
(where fitted)
ROAD SAFETY .................................................................... 3
RECEPTION CONDITIONS ............................................ 3 GENERAL INFORMATION .............................................. 7
CARE AND MAINTENANCE ......................................... 3 CONTROLS ON FRONT PANEL .................................. 8
COMPACT DISC ................................................................. 4 CONTROLS ON STEERING WHEEL ........................... 9
FUNCTIONS AND ADJUSTMENTS ............................... 10
– Switching on and off.................................................... 10
– Adjusting volume and sound .................................... 10
RADIO ................................................................................... 11
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COMPACT DISC PLAYER ................................................ 14


HANDS-FREE KIT WITH VOICE RECOGNITION
AND Bluetooth® WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY............ 16
CD–CHANGER .................................................................... 17

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ADVICE

ROAD SAFETY RECEPTION CONDITIONS CARE AND MAINTENANCE


You are advised to learn how to use the Reception conditions change constantly The radio structure ensures long oper-
various radio functions (e.g.: storing sta- when driving. Reception may be disturbed ation with no need for particular mainte-
tions) before starting to drive. by the presence of mountains, buildings or nance. In the event of a fault, contact a
bridges particularly when far away from Fiat Dealership.
the station being listened to. To clean the front panel only use a soft,
IMPORTANT When receiving traffic antistatic cloth. Cleaning and polishing
WARNING products might spoil the surface.
information the volume might be higher
Too high a volume when dri- than normal.

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ving can put the driver’s life
at risk and that of other people.
Therefore the volume should always
be adjusted in such a way that it is al-
ways possible to hear the noises of the
surrounding environment (e.g.: horns,
ambulance and police sirens, etc.).

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COMPACT DISC – After use, put Compact Discs back in To remove fingerprints and dust, use a
their container, to avoid marks or scratch- soft cloth starting from the centre of the
Remember that dirt or marks on the CD es that may cause skipping when playing; Compact Disc outwards.
can cause skipping or bad sound quality
in playback. For optimal playback follow – Do not expose Compact Discs to di-
these practical hints: rect sunlight, high temperatures or damp
for prolonged lengths of time to prevent No
– Only use Compact Discs which have them from bending;
the following brand:
– Do not stick labels or write on the
recorded surface of Compact Discs with
pens or pencils.
To remove a Compact Disc from its
container, press the centre and raise the
disc carefully, holding it by the outer cir-
– Carefully clean all Compact Discs of cumference. New discs may be rough around the
edges. When these discs are used, the
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fingerprints and dust using a soft cloth.


Support Compact Discs from the outer player might not work or the sound might
circumference and clean from the centre Removing the disc Proper way to hold skip. To remove the roughness from the
outwards;
the compact disc edge of the disc use a ball-point pen, etc.

– Never use chemical products for clean-


ing (e.g. spray cans, antistatic or thinners)
as they might damage the surface of Com- Ball-point pen
pact Discs;
Roughness

Always hold Compact Discs by the out-


er circumference. Never touch the sur-
face.

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For best playing use only original CDs. IMPORTANT Should copy-protected Protected discs (and their cover) very
Proper operation is not guaranteed when CDs be used, then, few seconds may be often are not marked with the audio CD
using R/RW CDs not properly mastered required for playing them. Moreover, due identification symbol:
and/or with max. capacity exceeding 650 to the proliferation of always new and dif-
MB. ferent protection methods, it is not guar-
anteed that the CD player can play what-
ever protected disc. Copy protection is
often indicated on the CD cover in small
letters or hard to read characters. Usu-
ally it is indicated by writings like: “COPY
CONTROL”, “COPY PROTECTED”,
“THIS CD CANNOT BE PLAYED ON A IMPORTANT Do not use the protec-
PC/MAC”, or it is identified by symbols tive sheets for CD in commerce or discs
like: with stabilisers, etc. as they might get stuck
in the internal mechanism and damage the
disc.

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IMPORTANT The CD player can read Do not use solvents like stain removers, Do not expose Compact Discs to direct
most of the compression systems cur- antistatic sprays or thinners in commerce sunlight or any source of heat.
rently on sale (e.g.: LAME, BLADE, XING, for cleaning Compact Discs.
FRAUNHOFER) however, due to the
evolution of these systems, reading of all
compression formats is not guaranteed. No No
IMPORTANT When loading a multi-
session CD, only the first session will be
played.

Notes on Compact Discs


Do not stick labels on the surface of the
Compact Disc or write on the surface
with pens or pencils. Do not use highly scratched, cracked, or
distorted discs, etc. The use of these discs
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will involve malfunctioning or damage to


the player.
No

No

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RADIO WITH CD
a n d M P 3 C D P L AY E R ( w h e r e f i t t e d )
GENERAL COMPACT DISC SECTION WARNING
INFORMATION – Direct CD selection. Multimedia CDs contain
– Track selection (forward/backward). sound and data tracks. Play-
The set possesses the following func- ing these CDs can cause noise loud
tions: – Track scan function (forward/back- enough to jeopardise road safety and
ward. damage final system stages and
RADIO SECTION speakers.
– RDM function (random track play-
– PLL tuning (Phase Locked Loop) with back).
FM/AM frequency bands.
CD-CHANGER SECTION

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– RDS (Radio Data System) with TA AUDIO SECTION
(where fitted)
(Traffic Announcement) - EON (Enhanced – Separate bass/treble settings (BASS/
Other Network) - REG (Regional Pro- – Direct CD selection. TREBLE).
grammes) - PTY (Program Type) func-
tions. – Track selection (forward/backward). – Right/left channel balance (BAL).
– Alternative frequency search selection – Track scan function (forward/back- – Automatic Loudness function (LOUD).
in RDS mode (Radio Data System). ward.
– Front/rear sound balance (FAD).
– Automatic/manual station tuning. – RDM function (random track play-
back).
– Manual storage of 24 stations: 18 in the
FM band (6 in FM1, 6 in FM2 and 6 in
FMast), and 6 in the AM band.
Have the system installed and
– Automatic storage (AUTOSTORE connected by a Fiat Dealer-
function) of 6 stations in the FM band. ship only.
– Automatic Stereo/Mono selection.

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CONTROLS ON FRONT PANEL I TA/PTY Button for selecting TA
F0B0500m (Traffic Announcements)
and PTY (Program Type)
functions
L ÷ ˜ Buttons for searching au-
tomatically previous/next
radio station and selecting
previous/next CD or MP3
(where fitted) tracks
M NO Buttons for tuning previ-
ous/next radio station and
selecting previous/next
CD or MP3 (where fitted)
tracks
fig. 1
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N OK Confirmation button
O MENU Button for entering the
main menu
A ˚ CD eject button E Compact Disc slot P 1----6 Buttons for storing the re-
B MODE Button for displaying data F Button for selecting sound quired radio station, se-
+ lecting the stored setting,
on the right side of the functions: balance, fader,
screen display (Radio, CD, loudness, sound settings selecting a Compact Disc
etc.) in the CD Changer
G LIST Button for displaying the
Q DARK 1st press: partial display
C SOURCE Button for selecting the au- list of local radio stations,
darkening;
dio source: Radio, CD or CD tracks and MP3
2nd press: total darkening;
CD Changer (where fitted) directories
3rd press: standard bright-
D BAND Button for selecting FM1, H ESC Button for quitting the cur- ness
FM2, FMast, AM rent function (and go back R ON, OFF, volume adjust-
to previous one) ment

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CONTROLS ON CD/CD Changer/MP3 (where fit- 6. Turn up
ted): select previous track
STEERING WHEEL Hold the button pressed for fast Radio: select lower stored station
track playback; release the button CD Changer: select previous CD
1. Volume up button to return to standard playback
With MP3 (where fitted): select
2. Volume down button 4. Radio: automatic tuning to lower previous directory
1+2 To switch the MUTE function on, radio frequency
Hold the button pressed to change 7. Turn down
press buttons 1 and 2 at the same
time; to restore volume press one frequency; station search will stop Radio: select upper stored station
of the two buttons when releasing the button
CD Changer: select next CD
3. Radio: automatic tuning to upper CD/CD Changer/MP3 (where fit-
ted): select previous track With MP3 (where fitted): select
radio frequency next directory
Hold the button pressed to change Hold the button pressed for fast
frequency; station search will stop track playback; release the button
when releasing the button to return to standard playback

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5. Button for selecting audio source
(radio/CD/CD Changer) and for
confirming the selected function

F0P0501m

fig. 2 9
FUNCTIONS AND Adjusting the sound Adjusting bass tones
ADJUSTMENTS The bass/treble, balance, fader and loud- When the display shows “BASS”, press
ness settings can be adjusted. The balance button N or O to adjust the setting. Set-
and fader functions enhance the sound tings can be made in the following range:
SWITCHING ON AND OFF from the left/right and front/rear speak-
ers. The loudness function enhances bass – “BASS -9” to decrease bass tones;
To switch the sound system on, turn the and treble when the volume is low.
ignition key to M and press the – “BASS 0” to adjust bass tones to av-
button/knob (R). To adjust the setting, press the + (F) erage;
button several times to access the re- – “BASS +9” to increase bass tones.
To switch the sound system off, press quired function, bass, treble, loudness, fad-
the button/knob (R). er and balance. Adjusting treble tones
The sound system can be worked for 30 The sound system will automatically de-
minutes when the engine is not running. When the display shows “TREB”, press
activate the sound setting activity if no ac- button N or O to adjust the setting. Set-
tion is carried out or if the + (F) button tings can be made in the following range:
ADJUSTING VOLUME AND
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is pressed after making the setting.


SOUND – “TREB -9” to set the treble to the min-
IMPORTANT The bass and treble set- imum value;
Adjusting the volume ting is source specific. This means that set-
tings can be made specifically for the RA- – “TREB 0” to set the treble to the mid-
Turn the button/knob (R). DIO, CD or CD CHANGER. dle value;

IMPORTANT The sound system will – “TREB +9” to set the treble to the
switch automatically to MUTE if a mobile maximum value.
telephone “mute” output is connected to
the sound system when the telephone is
in use.

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Loudness function Right/left sound balance RADIO
This function automatically enhances adjustment
bass and treble when the volume is low. When the display shows “BAL”, press Listening to the radio
Press button N or O to switch the func- button N orO to adjust the setting.
Press repeatedly button SOURCE (C)
tion on and off. Press button N to enhance the sound and select radio.
from the right speakers or press button
Front/rear sound balance O to enhance the sound from the left
speakers. Selecting the waveband
adjustment
Press repeatedly button BAND (D) to
When the display shows “FAD”, press Automatic volume adjustment select FM1, FM2, FMast or AM.
button N or O to adjust the setting.
This function makes it possible to auto-
Press button N to enhance the sound matically adapt the volume level to the Automatic station search
from the front speakers or press button speed of the car. Press button N or O to
O to enhance the sound from the rear Briefly press either button ÷ or ˜
switch this function on and off. to start the automatic search from the
speakers .

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next or previous station, respectively.
Keep the required key pressed to con-
tinue tuning in the chosen range.
The station search operation will stop at
the first station which can be received
when the button is released.

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When the TA function is on, only the Automatic FM station storage Displaying the list of local
stations broadcasting traffic announce- (Autostore) radio stations
ments will be tuned to.
The sound system can automatically Press button LIST (G) to display the list
The station search will initially be carried store the six strongest FM stations in the (in alphabetical order) of the radio stations
out with low sensitivity (tuning to the FMast storage waveband. with the strongest signal.
most powerful stations) and then with
high sensitivity (tuning to the weakest and Hold button BAND (D) pressed for Select the required stations using but-
most distant stations). longer than two seconds to store the sta- tons N or O and then confirm with but-
tions. ton OK (N).
To run a search in “DX” sensitivity di-
rectly, press button ÷ or ˜ twice. IMPORTANT The Autostore function
will replace the six previously stored FM RDS FUNCTIONS
Manual station search stations. If less than six stations can be re-
ceived, the memory position will not be RDS function (Radio Data System)
Briefly press either button N or O to changed or cleared.
select the next or previous station, re- The RDS function makes it possible to
spectively. receive a station on whatever frequency
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Tuning to stored stations used by the broadcasting station in the


Hold the buttons pressed in the required area you are driving in.
direction to change frequency. The search Proceed as follows to tune to a stored
will stop as soon as the button is released. station: Press briefly button RDS (I) to switch
1) press button BAND (D) to select the function on and off. The name of the
Manual station storage the waveband FM1, FM2, FMast or AM; tuned station and wording ”RDS” will ap-
pear on the display when the RDS func-
Proceed as follows to manually store the 2) press one of the buttons from 1 to tion is on. The display shows “(RDS)”
stations: 6 (P). The sound system will tune to the when the function is active but not avail-
corresponding station. able yet.
1) select the required station with but-
ton ÷ or ˜;
2) hold one of the buttons from 1 to 6
(P) pressed for over 2 seconds.

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RDS station search IMPORTANT The traffic announce- REG function
ment volume is separate from the normal (Tuning regional programmes)
The sound system constantly searches sound system volume. The volume can be
for the station broadcasting the pro- adjusted by means of the volume knob. When stations are grouped into a net-
gramme with the best reception. The setting will be stored and used for the work, they broadcast regional pro-
following announcements. grammes that can be received in the dif-
TA function (Traffic information) ferent areas you are crossing.
When receiving a traffic announcement,
The TA function is used to receive traf- the message “TRAFFIC” will alternate The REG function makes it possible to
fic announcements. on the display with the name of the sta- privilege a particular regional programme
tion broadcasting the announcement. although the reception area is changed.
The sound system will automatically
switch to the programme broadcasting the The message “NO TA” will appear on Press button RDS (I) for longer than
traffic announcement and automatically re- the display if the station tuned to does not two seconds to switch the function on and
turn to the previous sound source once broadcast traffic announcements. off.
the announcement is over.
Press button TA (L) to switch the func- Interrupting traffic PTY function (Program Type)

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tion on and off. announcements This function can be used to receive sta-
When the TA function is on, the mes- Press button TA/PTY (I) while listen- tions broadcasting a specific type of pro-
sage “TA” will appear on the display. The ing to a traffic announcement to interrupt gramme (e.g. news, cultural, sport, rock
display shows “(TA)” when the function it. The TA function will be switched off. music, etc…).
is active but not available yet. Proceed as follows to switch the PTY
The traffic announcements will have pri- function on and off:
ority over the other sound system sources 1) press button BAND (D) to select
(RADIO, CD or CD CHANGER). the waveband FM1, FM2 or FMast;
2) press button TA/PTY (I) for longer
than two seconds.

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PTY programme search EON function CD MODE
Proceed as follows to search a PTY pro- (Enhanced Other Networks)
gramme: This function joins various stations be- Compact Disc player
1) press button BAND (D) to select longing to a single network. This function
can be used to receive a traffic an- Insert a CD with the printed side facing
the waveband FM1, FM2 or FMast; upwards. Playback will start automatical-
nouncement or a PTY programme broad-
2) activate the PTY function, pressing cast by another station in the network ly.
button TA/PTY (I) for longer than two which the station you are tuned to be-
seconds; longs. Listening to a CD in the player
3) briefly press buttons ÷ or ˜ to This function will be switched on auto- If a CD is in the player and your are lis-
scroll the list of programmes; matically when the TA or PTY functions tening to another source, press
are switched on. SOURCE (C) and select CD. CD play-
4) press button ÷ or ˜ for longer
than two seconds when the required pro- back will start automatically.
gramme type appears to start an auto-
Ejecting the CD
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matic search. The PTY function will be


switched off once the search is over. Press button ˚ (A) to eject the CD.
The programme types can be stored
when the PTY function is on. Press one of
the preset station buttons from 1 to 6 (P)
for longer than two seconds. Briefly press
the corresponding buttons to recall the
stored programme type.

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Selecting a CD track Random track playback (RDM) Displaying the track list
Proceed as follows to select a CD track: Proceed as follows to play the tracks on Press button LIST (G) to display the list
a CD in random order: of CD tracks or MP3 (where fitted) files
1) briefly press button ˜ to select (tracks).
next track; 1) select CD by pressing button m (C);
Select the required track using buttons
2) briefly press button ÷ to return to 2) hold button m (C) pressed for two N or O and confirm with button OK
the beginning of the track being played. seconds. The CD tracks will be played in (N).
Press the button again to select the pre- random order.
vious track.
Hold button m (C) pressed for longer
than two seconds to return to normal
Fast playing (forward/backward) playback.
Proceed as follows for fast playing:
Hold pressed button ˜ or ÷ for
fast playing (forward or backward) of CD

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tracks; standard playback will be resumed
when releasing the button.

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HANDS-FREE KIT WITH VOICE RECOGNITION
AND Bluetooth® WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY

Bluetooth® wireless technology enables To pair your mobile phone with your Answering a call
wireless connection between your mobile hands-free kit for the first time you shall ac-
phone and the hands-free kit installed on tivate the Bluetooth® function on your Incoming calls are indicated by a beep
your vehicle. phone as described on your phone user's and by the dedicated message on the mul-
guide. When the function is active, the cor- tifunction display.
The services offered by the Blue-
tooth® wireless technology depend
responding icon is displayed on your phone Use keys ˜ or ÷ (L) to select
and the hands-free kit attempts to detect a “YES” on the sound system display and
on your mobile phone carrier, on the phone equipped with Bluetooth®.
SIM card and on the compatibility then press OK (N) to confirm.
between phones used; check the Select the phone corresponding to the Press the end of the radio steering col-
available services on your mobile vehicle name, the display will then show umn stalk (5) to accept the call.
phone handbook and with your mo- a configuration message.
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bile phone carrier. Making a call


During the pairing procedure the mes-
sage asking for the passcode will be dis- Dial the number on the mobile phone
played; enter “1234” as passcode and then keypad.
confirm it (according to mobile phone
WARNING model, the request for entering the code Press for long the end of the radio steer-
Due to safety reasons, the could be displayed before the configura- ing column stalk (5) to display the phone-
Bluetooth® pairing proce- tion message). book on the sound system display.
dure between your mobile phone and
the hands-free kit shall only be per- Use keys ˜ or ÷ (L) to select
formed with the vehicle stationary “YES” on the sound system display and
and ignition key to M. then press OK (N) to confirm.

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CD CHANGER Random track playback (RDM)
(not compatible with MP3 - where fitted) Proceed as follows to play the tracks on
a CD in random order:
1) press button I (D) to select the CD
Selecting the CD CHANGER Fast playing (forward/backward) Changer;
Press button SOURCE (C) and select Proceed as follows for fast playing: 2) hold button I (D) pressed for
CD Changer. longer than two seconds. The CD tracks
Hold pressed button ˜ or ÷ for
fast playing (forward or backward) of CD will be played in random order.
Selecting a CD tracks; standard playback will be resumed Hold button I (D) pressed for two
Press the buttons from 1 to 6 (P) to se- when releasing the button. seconds to return to normal playback.
lect the required CD.

Selecting a CD track

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Proceed as follows to select a track on
a CD in the CD Changer:
1) press button ˜ to select the next
track;
2) press button ÷ to return to the
beginning of the track being played. Press
the button again to select the previous
track.
F0P0120m

fig. 3 17
Ejecting the CD magazine Inserting CDs in the magazine Inserting the magazine in the CD
The CD Changer is fitted in the glove To load CDs in the magazine, proceed Changer
compartment on the passenger side fig. as follows: Proceed as follows to insert the maga-
3 and can contain up to six CDs. zine in the CD Changer:
1) pull tab D-fig. 5 to open one of the
To reach the CD magazine proceed as six compartments of the magazine C; 1) insert the magazine C-fig. 6 in the
follows: CD Changer by pushing it in carefully un-
2) insert the CD with the printed side
1) open the glove compartment on the and label facing upwards; til it clicks;
passenger side; 2) slide the flap A-fig. 6 closed.
3) close the compartment.
2) open the sliding flap A-fig. 4 of the
CD Changer;
3) press button B-fig. 4 to eject the
CD magazine.
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F0P0213m F0P0214m F0P0215m

18 fig. 4 fig. 5 fig. 6


NOTES
Fiat Group Automobiles S.p.A - Quality - Assistenza Tecnica
Ingegneria Assistenziale - Largo Senatore G. Agnelli, 5 - 10040 Volvera - Torino (Italia)
Print no. 603.83.583 - 07/2007 - 1st edition