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93USSPSEINFOM05.book Page 1 Tuesday, March 16, 2004 3:31 PM1User ManualSaab Infotainment SystemsSaab AudioSaab InfotainmentSaab Infotainment PlusRadio/audioDisc mediaNavigationIndex SaabAutomobile AB 2004Service Readiness, Saab Automobile AB, Trollhättan, SwedenPrinted in Sweden46811313965

93USSPSEINFOM05.book Page 2 Tuesday, March 16, 2004 3:31 PM2IntroductionThis User Manual describes how to use theSaab Infotainment System in the Saab 9-3.There are three models. These have different control panels and are all speciallydesigned for the cabin of the Saab 9-3:We recommend that you read the appropriate sections of this manual before using thesystem for the first time and that you keepthis manual in the car for future reference.For information regarding warranty conditions, refer to the Warranty and ServiceBook supplied with your car.Saab AudioSaabInfotainmentSaabInfotainmentPlusThere are a number of different amplifierand loudspeaker alternatives.This manual covers all the standard andoptional Infotainment equipment that can befitted in your car. There may be some differences between markets and to meetnational legal requirements.WARNINGWARNING texts warn against the dangerof injury if the specified instructions arenot followed.NOTICENOTICE texts warn of potential damageto your car if the recommendations arenot followed.USER TIPUSER TIP texts provide you, the reader,with useful information about the use andfunction of the system.Since the policy at Saab Automobile AB isone of continual improvement, we retain theright to incorporate modifications and toalter specifications during production without prior notice.If you have any queries concerning your car,its equipment, the warranty conditions orthe like, your Saab dealer will be pleased tohelp.Best wishes,Saab Automobile ABAll work on the infotainment system must be carried out at a Saab workshop.Saab does not accept liability for any damagecaused by the fitting of spare parts, exchangeparts or accessories that are not approved bySaab Automobile AB.The specifications, design particulars and illustrations included in the User Manual are not binding and are not always totally true to life.

93USSPSEINFOM05.book Page 3 Tuesday, March 16, 2004 3:31 PM3Security lockButton functionsCleaning the unitThe infotainment system has an electronicsecurity lock. The security lock requires allunits to have been installed by a Saabdealer. The units are checked each time thecar is used to ensure that they are installedin the correct car.If you wish to install a unit at a later date orwish to transfer a unit to another car, youmust contact a Saab dealer.Functions related to road safety will continue to work even if the security lock hasbeen tripped. The audio system will however be rendered inoperable until correctlyinstalled by a Saab dealer.The majority of buttons on the control panelcontrol a number of functions. The length oftime that the button is pressed determineswhich function is selected.Wipe the SID display and control panel display clean with a soft, dry cleaning cloth."Touch":less than 0.2 s"Normal Press":0.2 s - 1.2 s"Press and hold":more than 1.2 sUSER TIP"Normal press" is referred to in the text as"press".NOTICE Spraying cleaner or other fluid directlyonto the unit can damage the mechanical parts. Do not touch or point at the displaywith sharp or pointed objects as thiscan cause scratches. Do not knock or jolt the unit as this candamage it.

93USSPSEINFOM05.book Page 4 Tuesday, March 16, 2004 3:31 PM4Saab AudioSaab AudioSystem overviewThe Saab Audio system consists of a mainunit comprising a radio. A CD player and CDchanger for the cabin (in-dash) are availableas accessories/options and a CD changerfor the luggage compartment is available asan accessory.The Saab Audio system can be operatedusing the steering wheel controls (certainvariants only) and the control panel.The control panel is linked to the Saab Information Display (SID), which is locatedabove the main unit in the instrument panel.1 Saab Information Display (SID) Displays text/characters andinformation.2 VOL - Turns audio system on/off.Adjusts volume and balance.3 TRE - Adjusts treble.4 BAS - Adjusts bass.5 FAD - Adjusts balance between frontand rear loudspeakers.6 1-6 - Preset buttons for radio stations.Select discs in CD changer (1-6).7 SEEK - Tuning, CD rapid play and CDtrack change.8 SELECT - Navigates in lists/menusunder "Settings" in SID.9 SETTINGS - Activates "Settings" in SID.10 CD - Activates CD player/changer.11 SCAN - Samples each track on a CD oravailable radio stations.12 AS - Automatically tunes and storesradio stations.13 TP - Traffic program on/off.14 FM/AM - Activates the radio andchanges the frequency band.15 Disc slot - Slot for inserting CDs.16 Eject - Ejects CDs.17 Hands-free microphone18 SEEK - Tuning, CD rapid play and CDtrack change.19 NXT - Changes the radio preset or discin the CD changer.20 Phone - No function on U.S./CA cars.21 SRC - Changes between Radio and CD.22 VOL - Adjusts volume.23 PTT (Push-To-Talk) - No function onU.S./CA cars.

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93USSPSEINFOM05.book Page 6 Tuesday, March 16, 2004 3:31 PM6Saab InfotainmentSaab InfotainmentSystem overviewThe Saab Infotainment system consists of amain unit comprising a radio. A CD playerand CD changer for the cabin (in-dash) areavailable as accessories/options and a CDchanger for the luggage compartment isavailable as an accessory.The infotainment system can be operatedusing the steering wheel controls and thecontrol panel.The control panel is linked to the Saab Information Display (SID), which is locatedabove the main unit in the instrument panel.1 Saab Information Display (SID) Displays text/characters andinformation.2 VOL - Turns audio system on/off.Adjusts volume and balance.3 SEEK - Tuning, CD rapid play and CDtrack change.4 TRE - Adjusts treble.5 BAS - Adjusts bass.6 FAD - Adjusts balance between frontand rear loudspeakers.7 Keypad - Radio station presets and forentering letters and numbers. Selectsdiscs in the CD changer (1-6).8 Control panel display - Main displaywindow of infotainment system.9 MAIN - Returns to the main menu.10 BACK - Goes back in the menu structure and deletes characters.11 SELECT - Navigates in lists/menus andconfirms selections.12 PHONE - No function on U.S./CA cars.13 CD - Activates CD player/changer.14 SCAN - Samples each track on a CD oravailable radio stations.15 AS - Automatically tunes and storesradio stations.16 TP - Traffic program on/off.17 FM/AM - Activates the radio andchanges the frequency band.18 Disc slot - Slot for inserting CDs.19 Eject - Ejects CDs.20 Hands-free microphone21 SEEK - Tuning, CD rapid play and CDtrack change.22 NXT - Changes radio preset and disc inCD changer.23 Phone - No function on U.S./CA cars.24 SRC - Changes between Radio and CD.25 VOL - Adjusts volume.26 PTT (Push-To-Talk) - No function onU.S./CA cars.

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93USSPSEINFOM05.book Page 8 Tuesday, March 16, 2004 3:31 PM8Saab Infotainment PlusSaab InfotainmentPlusThe Saab Infotainment Plus system consists of a main unit comprising a radio andnavigation unit. A CD player and CDchanger for the cabin (in-dash) are availableas accessories/options and a CD changerfor the luggage compartment is available asan accessory.The infotainment system can be operatedusing the steering wheel controls and thecontrol panel.The control panel is linked to the SaabInformation Display (SID), which is locatedabove the main unit in the instrument panel.Display settings1Î System Î Display Information2 Select between night time and twoother colour schemes.3 Finish with Done.System overview1 Saab Information Display (SID) Displays text/characters andinformation.2 VOL - Turns audio system on/off.Adjusts volume and balance.3 AUDIO - Activates the audio settingsmenu.4 TP - Traffic program on/off.5 FM/AM - Activates the radio andchanges the frequency band.6 AS - Automatically tunes and storesradio stations.7 CD - Activates CD player/changer.8 PHONE - No function on U.S./CA cars.9 NAV - Activates the navigation system.10 Keypad - Radio station presets and forentering letters and numbers. Selectsdiscs in the CD changer (1-6).11 Control panel display - Main displaywindow of infotainment system.12 MAIN - Returns to the main menu.13 SEEK - Tuning, CD rapid play and CDtrack change.14 BACK - Goes back in the menu structure and deletes characters.15 SELECT - Navigates in lists/menus andconfirms selections.16 Disc slot - Slot for inserting CDs.17 Eject - Ejects CDs.18 Hands-free microphone19 SEEK - Tuning, CD rapid play and CDtrack change.20 NXT - Changes radio preset and disc inCD changer.21 Phone - No function on U.S./CA cars.22 SRC - Changes between Radio and CD.23 VOL - Adjusts volume.24 PTT (Push-To-Talk) - No function onU.S./CA cars.

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93USSPSEINFOM05.book Page 11 Tuesday, March 16, 2004 3:31 PMRadio/audio11Radio/audioRadioRadio settingsAudio settingsSound systemTechnical dataAntennas132023252627

93USSPSEINFOM05.book Page 12 Tuesday, March 16, 2004 3:31 PM12Radio/audioSwitching the audiosystem on and offThe audio system is switchedon: By pressing the VOL knob. When the ignition is switched from LOCKto OFF (if the audio system was on whenthe remote control was last removed fromthe ignition switch).The audio system is switchedoff: By pressing the VOL knob. When the remote control is removed fromthe ignition. One hour after the ignition was switchedoff, if the remote control has not beenremoved. One hour after a button was last pressedif the audio system was switched on without the remote control in the ignition.USER TIPIf the audio system is switched on withoutthe remote control in the ignition switch,the system will be switched off after onehour.Sound controlsBassVolumeAdjust the bass setting by pressing the BASbutton to extend the knob, then turning it.Press in the knob to lock the setting.By turning the VOL knob to the desiredvolume.Balance1 Adjust the balance between left andright-hand speakers by pulling out andturning the VOL knob.2 Release the knob to return to volumeadjustment.Saab Infotainment Plus1Î Balance2 Turn SELECT to adjust the balance.3 Press SELECT to save the soundsetting.TrebleAdjust the treble setting by pressing theTRE button to extend the knob, then turningit. Press in the knob to lock the setting.FaderAdjust the balance between front and rearspeakers by pressing the FAD button toextend the knob, then turning it. Press in theknob to lock the setting.Saab Infotainment Plus1Î Audio Settings2 Turn SELECT to adjust the selectedsound control.3 Press SELECT to save the soundsetting.

93USSPSEINFOM05.book Page 13 Tuesday, March 16, 2004 3:31 PMRadio/audioRadioUSER TIPPress FM/AM to turn on the radio. When theradio is active, the frequency band, selectedpreset and station name or frequency areshown on the SID. Example:FM1Frequency band3Selected preset buttonMEGAPOLName of radio stationIf you are listening to another soundsource, you can turn on the radio bypressing the SRC button on the steeringwheel.Switch off the radio by pressing VOL toswitch off the audio system or by pressingCD or SRC to start CD playback.If the car has the Saab Infotainment or SaabInfotainment Plus system, the radio canalso be switched off from the menu:Î Radio Î Radio Off13Selecting a radio stationSelecting a preset stationPress the desired preset button.You can also press the NXT button onthe steering wheel to select the next presetstation.Selecting a frequency bandPress FM/AM to scroll between FM1, FM2and AM. The selected frequency band isshown on the display.If the car has the Saab Infotainment or SaabInfotainment Plus system, the frequencyband can also be changed from the menu:Î Radio Î Change Band/Band

93USSPSEINFOM05.book Page 14 Tuesday, March 16, 2004 3:31 PM14Radio/audioTuning a stationFine tuningStoring stationsAutomatic tuningTouch SEEK to adjust the frequency insteps of 0.02 MHz.Storing the present stationPress SEEK to initiate automatic tuning.A chime indicates that the system hasswitched to automatic tuning. The radiosearches for the closest strong signal andstops at that frequency.Manual tuningPress and hold SEEK to start manualtuning. The changing frequency is shown onthe SID. Release the button to stop at thedesired frequency.Scanning radio stationsTo listen to each radio station within a frequency band for 10 seconds, press SCAN.SCAN will appear on the SID.Press SCAN once again to halt scanningand select the radio station that is currentlyplaying.If your car has the Saab Infotainment Plussystem, select Scan via the menu:Store the current radio station by pressingand holding the desired preset button.A chime will sound once the station hasbeen stored.Î Radio Î ScanPreset buttons(Saab Infotainment/Saab Infotainment Plus)Preset buttons(Saab Audio)

93USSPSEINFOM05.book Page 15 Tuesday, March 16, 2004 3:31 PMRadio/audio15AutoStore (AS)Switching AS on and offDisplaying a list of presetsAutoStore (AS) provides an additional frequency band that can be used to search forand store stations automatically when youare in an area in which you are unfamiliarwith the radio stations and their frequencies.The function can be used for both FM andAM bands.Press and hold the AS button to initiate asearch for the strongest stations within thecurrent frequency band. A chime indicatesthat the system has switched to AutoStoremode.Each time the system finds and stores a station, the number on the SID will increase. Ifthe radio cannot find a sufficient number ofstations, the remaining preset buttons willbe left empty. If one of these empty buttonsis pressed, **** will appear on the display.Press