Telephone controls

Ending or rejecting calls

By pressing one of several function buttons on the audio or navigation unit (example: AM/FM,CD/AUX) active calls can be ended or incoming calls can be rejected.

Remote control

One of several different types of remote control may be fitted to your vehicle:

Voice and mode button
Voice and mode button

Voice button 1
Mode button 2

Incoming calls can be accepted by pressing the MODE button once or ended by pressing twice.

Voice and accept/reject button
Voice and accept/reject button

Voice button 1
Accept/Reject button 2

The VOICE button is used to activate or switch off the Voice control.

On vehicles with an accept/reject button, phone calls can be accepted and rejected by pressing the appropriate button.

Note: Some audio units have the accept/reject buttons on the front bezel.

These operate in the same way.

Mode button on the steering wheel
Mode button on the steering wheel

Mode button only
Mode button only

On vehicles without a VOICE button, the MODE button on the remote control is used to activate or switch off the voice control.

Note: You will not be able to use the MODE button to activate the voice control during an incoming or active call.

You will not be able to use the MODE button to control the audio system.

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