Connecting USB storage device / iPod

Do not operate an iPod while

Do not operate an iPod while driving; it may distract your attention from driving and can lead to an accident.

- If the data stored in an iPod is

- If the data stored in an iPod is deleted while it is connected to the in-vehicle system, the data cannot be recovered.

- Do not store an iPod in the vehicle. If an iPod is left in the vehicle for a long period of time, it may be deformed, discolored or damaged by high temperature.

NOTE
- Even if a USB storage device or iPod is connected, it cannot be played unless the
pressed. button is pressed.

- A movie cannot be played while an iPod is connected.

- While an iPod is connected, the iPod cannot be operated using the click wheel on the iPod (except some models).

- When using an iPod by connecting it to in-vehicle equipment, the order of the list items displayed on the invehicle equipment may be different from that on the iPod. However, this does not indicate a malfunction.

- An iPod battery that is connected to in-vehicle equipment will be charged when the ignition switch is in the ON or Acc position. However, activation of the iPod may be delayed if the battery charge of the iPod is low.

- If an iPod does not activate after operation, disconnect the connection cable from the iPod and reset it. For the resetting procedure, see the Users Guide that comes with the iPod.

- If an iPod and the connection cable are connected improperly, the iPod cannot be powered on or will not be recognized by in-vehicle equipment. In this case, disconnect the connection cable from the iPod, and then connect it again.

The USB connector is located in the

The USB connector is located in the center console. Use the connector to connect a USB storage device/iPod.

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