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2013 NISSAN Altima Sedan - Map Button
Your Navigation System contains precise mapping of all major cities and
roads to keep you on track. Once you've chosen a destination, the computer
calculates a route, with time and distance to your destination provided
instantly. Your position is constantly updated and guidance provided, as
well as information to nearby restaurants, hotels and other stops.
Press the MAP button to display the current location's map screen then
select the "Options" key to view the "Map Options" menu. This menu allows
you to store your current position, show position information or
destination information and adjust the map settings.
To access a particular map view, select "Map Setup" then touch "Map View"
to toggle between the 2D and 3D view formats. The 2D view shows a map in
the 2-dimensional form that is similar to a road map. The 3D view displays
a map in a 3-dimensional or elevated perspective.
Touch the Map screen once to activate map scrolling. Then touch the screen
again and drag your finger in the direction you want to move. To return to
the current vehicle location, select the MAP or BACK button.
To view the map in greater detail, select "Zoom In" until you achieve the
desired setting. To view a wider area, select "Zoom Out."
Your vehicle's Navigation System comes with an SD-card that contains map
data. The card slot is located on the front of the unit. Please refer to
the Navigation System Owner's Manual for further information and
instructions regarding your SD-card.
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2013 NISSAN Altima Sedan - Steering Wheel Audio Controls
Steering Wheel Audio Controls
Press the SOURCE button to turn the audio system ON. Once the system is ON,
press the SOURCE button repeatedly to cycle through the following modes:
AM, FM1, FM2, XM1, XM2, XM3 (if so equipped), CD, USB/ iPod® (if so
equipped), Pandora Audio (if so equipped), Bluetooth® Audio and Auxiliary.
You can change to a different preset radio station or to another CD track
by pushing the TUNING switch up or down. If you push this switch up or
down, for more than one and a half seconds, you can seek the next available
Press the ENTER button to display the menu for the currently selected mode.
Push the PLUS or MINUS icons on the VOLUME CONTROL switch to increase or
decrease volume. See your Owner's Manual for further details on steering
wheel audio controls.
2013 NISSAN Altima Sedan - Pandora Audio
Pandora® Audio (if so equipped)
Your vehicle's audio system is capable of playing audio streaming through a
compatible, USB-connected audio device using the Pandora music service.
Compatible devices with the Pandora application installed can be connected
to the vehicle's audio system via the USB jack, located on the center
console. To switch to the Pandora audio mode, press the AUXILIARY button
repeatedly until the Pandora audio mode is displayed. The Pandora audio
controls will be displayed on the control panel display screen.
On vehicles not equipped with the Navigation System, the controls are
slightly different. Please refer to your Owner's Manual for more
information. On vehicles equipped with the Navigation System, touch the
keys on the screen to play or pause the audio and to select "thumbs up" or
"thumbs down". Please note that Pandora limits skips to 6 per station, per
hour. If a "thumbs down" is given after the skip limit has been reached,
the current track will continue to play but the feedback will be saved.
Select the "Menu" key to access the following options: "Station List",
"Bookmark" or "Delete Station". For further information on Pandora Audio,
please refer to your Owner's Manual.
2013 NISSAN Altima Sedan - Heated Seats
Heated Seats (if so equipped)
If your vehicle's front seats are outfitted with built in heaters, they are
operated by separate switches found on the center console. With the
ignition ON, push the LO or HI position on the switch and you'll see an
indicator light illuminate. When the seat is comfortably warm -- and always
before leaving your vehicle -- be sure to turn OFF the heater switches.
2013 NISSAN Altima Sedan - Navigation Button
Press the NAV button to display the "Navigation" screen. The "Destination"
key provides several methods for setting and/or saving a destination. The
"Home" key allows you to enter and save your home address as a destination.
"Turn List" displays a list of all turns on the active route. Touch an
entry to see more detailed information. "Previous Destinations" searches
for a previously mapped destination in the destination's memory. "Routing
Options" allows you to set route calculation settings. "Cancel Route"
allows you to cancel the current route.