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MyFord Touch

TM

Handbook
Personalizing and Using Driver Connect Technology

Voice Interface Touch Interface Graphic Interface

Available features shown.


Table of Contents

The Four Corner Display..................... 3 Climate...................................................... 19


Using Voice Commands........................................4 Basic Controls......................................................19
Voice Commands.................................................20
Phone........................................................ 5
Pairing and Connecting........................................5 Menu......................................................... 21
Making and Receiving a Call................................6 Overview............................................................21
Voice Commands.................................................7 Setting the Clock..................................................21
Changing the Display...........................................21
Entertainment ............................................ 8
Adjusting the Sound.............................................21
Sources...............................................................8
Adjusting Vehicle Settings......................................21
HD RadioTM Technology With iTunes® Tagging.........9
Getting Help........................................................21
Sirius® Satellite Radio...........................................10
Adjusting the System Settings.................................22
USB....................................................................11
Other Media Sources...........................................12 Information................................................ 23
Voice Commands.................................................13 Overview............................................................23

Navigation................................................. 15
Optional Voice-activated Navigation System...........15
Setting a Destination.............................................16
Voice Commands.................................................17

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The Four Corner Display

The touch screen uses smart corners to situate functions into four categories — Phone, Entertainment, Navigation (if equipped) and Climate.
Any of these four categories can be made active, occupying the main screen, by touching the function’s respective corner.

Menu — press this to access


personalized system settings
Navigation — press this corner
Phone — press this corner to to access Navigation maps (if
access the phone functions equipped) or directions through
SYNC® Services

Climate — press this corner to


Entertainment — press this
access all available climate
corner to access all available
functions, including one-touch
music/media sources Information — Home — access to heated seats
press this to press this to
access SYNC return to the
Services, Sirius home screen
Travel Link (if equipped)

When the vehicle is in motion, Ford proactively locks out capabilities not related to the task of driving, including:
• Any action that requires typing on a keypad • Manually adding phonebook contacts • Editing or browsing photos 3
(e.g., typing a Navigation destination) • Viewing received text messages on screen or album cover art
• Pairing a Bluetooth®-capable phone • Playing videos
Using Voice Commands

Virtually anything you can do by touch you can also do by voice to keep your hands on the wheel and eyes on the road.
The system recognizes over 10,000 commands. Here are some of the most common:

Touch the Voice button on the steering wheel, and then say:

Tips for Using Phone Navigation (if equipped) Basic Commands


TIPS Voice Control • Dial • Destination street address • What can I say?
• Call <name> on <number, name, city> • List of commands
cell/at home/at work • Destination home • Main menu
1. Upon pressing on the
• Call voicemail • Navigation voice • Previous
steering wheel, make sure to
• Do not disturb <On/Off> <On/Off> • Next
wait for the SYNC® “tone”
before speaking a command. • Listen to text message* • Navigation volume • Go back
<increase/decrease> • Exit
* Phone-dependent feature.
2. Speak commands in a smooth, • Repeat instruction • Help
confident and normal pace, • Show <map/north-up/
directing your voice at the heading-up/3D>
SYNC microphone located • Traffic
Entertainment
in the headliner. Avoid “ahhs” • Weather
• Audio <On/Off>
or “umms” when speaking
• Radio: • Movie listings
a command.
– FM <87.7–107.9> • Fuel prices
3. Say all the words of a com- – FM preset <#> • Sports <headlines/scores/
mand in the correct order • CD: schedules>
(e.g., “Call John Doe,” – Play track <1–512>
“Find an address”). – Shuffle <On/Off>
• USB: Climate
4. Say “What can I say?” if you
need an audible list of voice – Play song <name> • Climate <On/Off>
commands for the current – Play album <name> • Climate my temperature
mode (e.g., Phone, Radio, • Sirius®:
• Climate temperature
Navigation, USB). – <channel name> <60–85> degrees
– Preset <#>
5. Ensure the vehicle interior
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is quiet (windows closed,
passengers aren’t talking).
Phone

Pairing and Connecting


In order to use any of the phone features — like making a call or receiving a text —
you must first pair and connect your Bluetooth®-enabled mobile phone. Here’s how:

• Touch “Add a phone” in the upper-left corner of the touch screen


to access the phone menu
• When prompted, select “Add”
• Select “Add Device”
• Ensure that Bluetooth is set to “On” on your mobile phone.
(Refer to your mobile phone’s user guide for more information.)
• When prompted by your phone, enter the 6-digit pass key provided
by SYNC on the screen. Depending on your phone’s capability, you
may be prompted with additional options
• “Name of phone Added Successfully” will appear in the display
when the pairing is successful
• The system will ask you if you want to download your phonebook.
Select “Yes” in order to use voice to access contacts
• The system will also ask if you want to store your phone number
as your voice mail number, or change or cancel
• The system will ask to turn on 911 AssistTM. Select “Yes” to activate
the emergency call service

Note: Pairing a phone is not available when the vehicle is moving.

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Phone

Making a Call Receiving a Call


Once your phone is paired, you can make hands-free calls using SYNC®: An incoming call interacts with SYNC in much the same way
it interacts with your Bluetooth®-enabled mobile phone:
• Press on the steering wheel
• When prompted, say “Call <name>” or say “Dial” and • During an incoming call, an audible tone will sound.
then the desired number If available, call information will appear in the display
• Accept the call by pressing “Accept” on the touch screen
Note: When voice-requesting a contact, speak the name exactly as it or by pressing on your steering wheel controls
appears in your phonebook. For instance, “John Smith” not just “John.” • Reject the call by pressing “Reject” on the touch screen or by
pressing and holding on your steering wheel controls
To end the call or exit phone mode, press and hold on your steering • Ignore the call by doing nothing. SYNC will log the call as
wheel controls. a missed call

MyFord TouchTM has a “Do Not Disturb” button, so drivers can control • Block incoming phone calls and divert them to voicemail
6 how they manage communications while in the car. When on, Do Not • Block incoming text messages and save them on the phone for later viewing
Disturb allows you to make outgoing voice-activated calls, but will:
Phone

Voice Commands
Virtually anything you can do with the touch functions of the phone features, you can also do with
your voice. Use the following voice commands for hands-free control of your phone’s capability.

Dial Call
Call <Name> Call <Name> at Home
Call <Name> on Cell Call <Name> at Work
Call <Name> on Other Call Voicemail
Do Not Disturb* Do Not Disturb Off* ** If you said “Messages,” you may say any of the following commands:
Hold Call On* Hold Call Off*
Listen to Text Message <#> Forward Text Message
Mute Call* Un-Mute Call*
Reply to Text Message Call
Join Calls* Privacy On*
Pair Phone Turn Ringer On
Turn Ringer Off Messages**
Forward Text Message Reply to Text Message
Listen to Text Message

* These commands are ONLY valid while on a phone call.

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Entertainment

Sources
The lower-left smart corner provides access
to all entertainment sources — some built into
the vehicle (like the radio) and others brought
into the vehicle for access to personal media
devices. Access is simple through either voice
commands or by touch.

Equipped With the Vehicle Available With What You Bring In


• AM/FM — select to access AM/FM1/FM2/AST frequency bands, • CD — select to access the CD menu to Advance, Reverse, Scan, Shuffle
plus (where available) access subscription-free HD RadioTM technology or Repeat, plus access Options to adjust the sound settings, text display
multicasting (HD1–HD7) along the AM and FM bandwidth spectrum and compression settings
• AST — select to Autostore the 6 strongest stations in your current location • USB — select to access a music source plugged into the USB port of the
• Sirius — select to access available SAT1/SAT2/SAT3 media hub, such as a digital media player or thumb drive
Note: If your digital music source has a name such as “Joe’s iPod,”
that is what will appear on the screen
• Bluetooth® Streaming — select to access audio streaming wirelessly
from a paired, Bluetooth-enabled mobile phone
• SD Card — select to access media (audio/pictures) available on an
SD Card inserted into the media hub
• A/V In — select to access audio/video from what’s plugged into
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or gaming system. Must be in Park to view video
Entertainment

HD RadioTM Technology With iTunes® Tagging


HD Radio technology provides an enhanced audio experience with no subscription
fees and no special setup to begin enjoying — plus better audio quality, improved
reception performance and more choices:
• FM sounds like CD quality, while AM sounds like today’s FM
• Crystal-clear, static-free reception
• Unique multicasting of channels (HD2–HD7), along the same radio frequency
as HD1 featuring innovative content
• Data displayed on-screen, such as song and artist
This feature is only available with Sony®-branded audio.

To access, press the lower-left corner of the touch screen. Then, press AM/FM >
HD Radio > On.
When this feature is enabled and you are tuned to a station broadcasting HD
Radio technology, iTunes Tagging provides you the ability to capture a song’s
information, making it easier for later purchase:
• With a simple push of the “TAG” button on the radio display, the song
information is stored in the radio’s memory
• Up to 100 tags can be stored on SYNC® until the iPod® is connected to
receive the download of metadata. When the iPod is then synced to iTunes,
a playlist of “tagged” songs will appear. You then can preview and,
if desired, purchase and download tagged songs from the iTunes Store

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Entertainment

Sirius Satellite Radio


Enjoy over 130 channels, including 100% commercial-free music from virtually every genre, plus live
sports play-by-play, news, talk and entertainment — all with crystal-clear, coast-to-coast coverage.

• Sirius stations can be tuned using your voice. Simply press


and say “Sirius” followed by the station name (“Alt Nation”)
or number (“Twenty-one”)
• When listening to Sirius, you can simply press and call out
a new station name or number to tune in
• Press ALERT to save the current song or artist as a favorite
(up to 20 can be saved) and, when either is playing on another
station, the system will alert you when it plays again
• Press Replay to access Sirius Instant Replay, which allows controls
to pause, rewind or replay up to 44 minutes of radio content

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Entertainment

USB
Your USB port is inside your center console, and you can control your
USB-connected personal devices with voice commands or touch. This
feature allows you to plug in media-playing devices, memory sticks,
and also to charge devices if they support this feature. You can use
USB1 or USB2. Ensure that you have the correct one chosen on-screen.

To access, select the lower-left corner of the touch screen to


access the Entertainment screen. Then, select either USB1
or USB2. You can then select from the following options:
• Browse: Select to browse the contents of the flash drive
or digital music player connected to the USB port
• Options: Provides access to sound settings to adjust
Bass, Treble, Midrange, Balance and Fade settings
• Similar Music: Select to choose music similar to that
currently playing
• Shuffle: Select to play music on the selected album
or folder in random order
• Repeat: Select to repeat the currently playing
song/album

When equipped with the SD Card-based premium Navigation option, MyFord TouchTM features the Gracenote database of licensed artwork that gives drivers
an engaging way to navigate their digital music libraries from USB. The system uses the database to recognize an audio file and then links the coinciding
album cover art for display on the touch screen. Gracenote also improves the voice-recognition capability, allowing drivers to use nicknames for thousands 11
of music artists to access recordings, such as:
• Play artist “The Boss” for Bruce Springsteen • Play artist “The Fab Four” for The Beatles • Play artist “The King” for Elvis Presley

Entertainment

Other Media Sources

CD A/V In SD Card Bluetooth® Streaming Audio


To access, press the lower-left corner To access, press the lower-left corner To access, press the lower-left corner To access, press the lower-left corner
of the touch screen and then select CD: of the touch screen and then select of the touch screen and then select on the touch screen and then select
A/V In: SD Card: BT Stereo to listen to streaming audio
• Select on-screen options such as
from your connected Bluetooth-enabled
Repeat, Shuffle or Scan • Your A/V inputs allow you to connect • The SD Card slot can be used for
Smartphone.
• Press Options to access: Sound an auxiliary audio/video source putting in your SD Navigation Card
settings, Text Display and (game systems, personal camcorders, (if equipped) or for putting in your
Compression settings etc.) by connecting RCA cords SD Card which contains music
• You can also advance and reverse (not included) to these input jacks. or pictures
the current track or current folder The jacks are yellow, red or white,
(if applicable) and are located in your center
console media hub
Note: Must be in Park to view video.

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Entertainment

Voice Commands
Virtually anything you can do with the touch functions of the entertainment features, you can also do with your voice.
Use the following for hands-free control of your media devices.

General Audio Voice Commands: Radio Voice Commands: CD Voice Commands:


In order to access the voice commands While listening to the radio, you may * If you said “Tune,” you may say While listening to a CD, you may
related to the general audio, say the say any of the following commands: any of the following commands: say any of the following commands:
command “Audio,” and then you may
say any of the commands shown here: Radio On Radio Off <530–1710> <87.7–107.9> Play Pause
AM AM AM FM Repeat Shuffle
Off On <530–1710> <530–1710> <87.7–107.9>
Shuffle CD Shuffle Folder
Radio CD AM Autoset AM Autoset AM AM 1
Shuffle Off Repeat Track
AM AM 1 Preset <#>
FM FM 1
Repeat Folder Repeat Off
AM Autoset FM AM Preset <#> FM
FM 2 AM Autoset
Play Next Track Play Previous
FM 1 FM 2 FM FM 1
FM Autoset Preset <#> Track
<87.7–107.9>
FM Autoset Sirius® AM Preset <#> AM 1 Preset <#> Help Play Track
FM 2 FM Autoset
SAT 1 SAT 2 AM Autoset FM Preset <#> <1–512>
FM Autoset FM
SAT 3 Line In Preset <#> Note: If you are not listening to a CD,
Preset <#> Preset <#>
when prompted, say the command
USB Bluetooth® Audio FM 1 Preset <#> FM 2 Preset <#> “CD,” and then you may say any
FM <radio FM 1
of the above commands.
SD Card What’s This? frequency> HD Preset <#> FM Autoset HD <1–7>
<1–7> Preset <#> (if equipped)
(if equipped)
FM 2 Preset <#> Preset <#>
Set PTY Tune*
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Note: If you are not listening to the radio, when prompted, say the command
“Radio,” and then you may say any of the above commands.
Entertainment / Voice Commands (continued)

Sirius® Satellite Radio USB Audio Voice Commands:


Voice Commands: While listening to USB, you may say any of the following commands:
While listening to Sirius (if activated), you
may say any of the following commands: Play Genre <Name> Play Playlist <Name> Browse All Videos Browse Video Playlist
<Name>
Play Artist <Name> Play Song <Name>
Sirius Off <0–233> Browse All Video Browse All Music Videos
Play Album <Name> Play Composer <Name>
<Channel Name> SAT Playlists
Play Folder <Name> Play Podcast <Name>
SAT 1 SAT 2 Browse All Movies Browse TV Show
Play Podcast Episode Play Audiobook <Name>
SAT 3 Preset <#>
<Name> <Name>
Browse All TV Shows Browse Video Podcast
SAT 1 Preset <#> SAT 2 Preset <#>
Play Author <Name> Play Video <Name> <Name>
SAT 3 Preset <#> Tune*
Play Video Playlist Play Video Podcast Browse All Video Browse Folder <Name>
Sports Game** <Name> <Name> Podcasts
Note: If you are not listening to Sirius, when prompted, Play TV Show <Name> Play TV Show Episode Browse All Folders Play
say the command “Sirius,” and then you may
say any of the above commands. <Name>
Pause Next
Play Movie <Name> Play Music Video
* If you said “Tune,” you may say Previous Repeat One
<Name>
any of the following commands:
Repeat All Repeat Off
Play Video Podcast Browse Genre <Name>
<0–233> <Channel Name> Episode <Name> Shuffle Album Shuffle
SAT SAT 1 Browse All Genres Browse Playlist <Name> Shuffle Off Play Similar Music
SAT 2 SAT 3 Browse Current Playlist Browse All Playlists What’s This?
Preset <#> SAT 1 Preset <#> Browse All Songs Browse Artist <Name>
SAT 2 Preset <#> SAT 3 Preset <#> Browse All Artists Browse Album <Name>
Browse All Albums Browse Author <Name>
** If you said “Sports Game,” you may
say any of the following commands: Browse All Authors Browse Composer
<Name>
Tune to the <Team Tune to the <Team
Browse All Composers Browse Audiobook
City> Game City><Team
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Name> Game
Browse All Audiobooks Browse Podcast
Tune to the <Team Tune to the
<Name>
Name> Game <College Name>
Game Browse All Podcasts Browse Video <Name>
Navigation

Optional Voice-activated Navigation System


With the optional voice-activated Navigation System, you always have a navigational aid onboard.

This optional system provides a full 3D navigation experience, with the ability
to change your view from 3D to always showing north-up to always showing
the direction headed.
• Sirius Travel Link and Sirius Traffic, which offer:
– Continuously updated traffic incident reporting and traffic flow information
– Fuel prices and locations
– Tabular or map-based current weather conditions and forecasting
– Ski resort information, including wind and snow conditions
– Sports scores and schedules
– Movie listings and show times

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Navigation

Setting a Destination
Use either the touch screen or voice commands and follow this sequence:

To Set a Destination:
• Press Dest on the top-right corner of the screen
• Choose to set a destination using any of the following:
– My Home
– Street Address
– Favorites
– Intersection
– Previous Destinations
– City Center
– Point of Interest (POI)
– Map
– Emergency
– Follow the prompts and enter any necessary information
Note: The system uses a Smart Speller which helps facilitate entering information through the keyboard.

• Select Set as Dest


Note: Any Avoid Areas which have been selected are also considered in route calculation.

• Now choose from up to 3 different routes based on route length and estimated times of arrival:
WCITIES: Provides ratings and reviews of POI
destinations to keep you better informed. – Fastest: uses the fastest moving roads possible
– Shortest: uses the shortest distance possible
– Eco (EcoRoute): uses the most fuel-efficient route
• Select Start Route

MyFord TouchTM locks out the ability to manually type in an address when
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input using your voice with the simple command “Find an address”
or “Find a <point of interest>” such as “Find a shoe store.”
Navigation

Voice Commands
Virtually anything you can do with the touch functions of the navigation features, you can also do with your voice.
Use the following commands for hands-free control of navigation.

Navigation Voice Commands:

** If you said “Navigation,” you may say any of the


Show North-Up Show Heading-Up
previous commands or the following commands:
Show 3D Show Map
Zoom In Zoom Out Zoom Street Zoom Country
Repeat Instruction* Detour* Zoom City Zoom In <Distance>
Cancel Route* Cancel Next Waypoint* Zoom State Zoom Out <Distance>
Show Destination* Show Next Waypoint* Zoom Province Zoom Out Maximum
Show Route* Show Turn List* Zoom Out Minimum Destination***
Navigation Voice On* Navigation Voice Off*
Navigation Voice Navigation Voice *** If you said “Destination,” you may say any of
Volume Increase* Volume Decrease* the above commands or the following commands:
Destination Home Destination <Nametag>
Home <Nametag>
Destination Favorites Destination Previous
Destinations Favorites Previous Destinations

Destination Nearest POI Destination Nearest POI <POI Category>


<POI Category> POI Category POI
Destination POI Destination POI Nearest Street Address
Category <POI Category>
Destination Nearest Destination Street Intersection
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Destination Intersection Navigation**
Destination***
* These commands are only valid if a route is active.
Navigation / Voice Commands (continued)

Sirius Travel Link Voice Commands:

** If you said “Travel Link,” you may say any of the


Traffic Weather Map
following commands:
Weather 5-Day Weather Forecast
Movie Listings Fuel Prices Traffic Weather Map
Sports Scores* Sports Schedules* Weather 5-Day Weather Forecast
Sports Headlines* Travel Link** Movie Listings Fuel Prices
NFL Scores NFL Schedule

* If you said “Sports Scores,” “Sports Schedules” or NFL Headlines NBA Scores
“Sports Headlines,” you may say any of the following NBA Schedule NBA Headlines
commands:
NHL Scores NHL Schedule
NFL NBA NHL Headlines Baseball Scores
NHL Baseball Baseball Schedule Baseball Headlines
WNBA MLS WNBA Scores WNBA Schedule
College Football College Basketball WNBA Headlines MLS Scores
Motor Sports Golf MLS Schedule MLS Headlines
My Teams College Football Scores College Football
Schedule
College Football College Basketball
Headlines Scores
College Basketball College Basketball
Schedule Headlines
Motor Sports Order Motor Sports Schedule
Motor Sports Golf Leaderboard
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Golf Schedule Golf Headlines
My Team’s Scores My Team’s Schedule
My Team’s Headlines
Climate

Basic Controls Uniqueness


The touch screen provides access to all climate control functions and voice commands are also available to provide hands-free control. Using the touch screen:

• Control for driver:


– Temperature from 60 to 85 degrees
– Turn On/Off heated seat (if equipped)
• Control for passenger:
– Temperature from 60 to 85 degrees
– Turn On/Off heated seat (if equipped)
• Activate/de-activate dual-zone control
• Adjust the fan speed
• Select the fan blower areas desired:
– Defrost and floor
– Floor
– Console
– Console and floor
• Select other climate options, including:
– Front defrost
– Rear defrost
• The My Temp feature can be used to store and recall a preset – Auto
driver’s temperature. This feature is provided so this temperature – A/C
can be quickly adjusted to a frequently used setting with a single – Max A/C
button press – Recirculated air
– Rear controls (if equipped)
• Touch (+) or (–) to increase or decrease the desired temperature.
• Turn the power On/Off
Touch and hold “My Temp” on the touch screen to save the
desired temperature. To access this setting again, simply touch
the “My Temp” indicator on the touch screen
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Climate

Voice Commands
Virtually anything you can do with the touch functions of the climate control features, you can also do with your voice.
Use the following for hands-free control of a comfortable cabin environment.

Climate Control Voice Commands:

* If you said “Climate Control,” you may say any of ** If you said “Temperature,” you may say any of the
Climate Off Climate On
the following commands: following commands:
Climate Automatic Climate My Temperature
Climate Temperature Climate Temperature Automatic Dual Off Low High
<60–85> Degrees <15.5–29.5> Degrees Off On <15.5–29.5> Degrees <60–85> Degrees
Climate Control* A/C On A/C Off
Max A/C On Max A/C Off
Defrost On Defrost Off
Rear Defrost On Rear Defrost Off
Recirc On Recirc Off
Panel On Panel Floor On
Floor On Windshield Floor On
Temperature High On Temperature Low On
Fan Increase Fan Decrease
My Temperature On Temperature Increase
Temperature Decrease Temperature <60–85>
Degrees
20 Temperature Temperature**
<15.5–29.5> Degrees
Menu

Overview
The MENU button is always visible and active at the top center of the touch screen. It provides quick access to:
• Clock • Vehicle Settings
• Display • Help
• Sound

Setting the Clock Changing the Display Adjusting the Sound Adjusting Vehicle Settings Getting Help
• Press MENU > Clock • Press MENU > Display • Press MENU > Sound • Press MENU > Vehicle To access the Help menu through
• Press (+) and (–) to increase/ • Choose to adjust any of • Choose to adjust any • Choose to adjust any of the touch-screen system:
decrease the time the following: of the following: the following: • Press MENU > Help
From this screen, you can also – Brightness – Bass – Ambient Lighting
– Auto Dim On/Off – Midrange – Vehicle Health Report To access Help using voice
select to view in a 12- or 24-
– Mode (Auto, Day, Night) – Treble – Edit Door Keypad Code commands:
hour mode, activate GPS time
synchronization, set daylight – Edit Wallpaper – Balance and Fade – Rear View Camera • Press
savings time and have the To access this screen using voice – DSP > Stereo > Surround – Enable Valet Mode • After the tone, say “Help”
system automatically update commands, press – Speed-compensated or “What can I say?”
on
new time zones. Volume The system will provide
your steering wheel controls
voice commands that can
and, when prompted, say
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“Display Settings.”
Menu

Adjusting the System Settings


From the Settings section, you have the ability to configure many features, like setting your language, changing the interaction mode or
confirming voice control prompts, and setting navigation map, route and traffic preferences (if equipped), among many other things.
Here’s a brief overview of the types of settings you can configure.
• Press MENU > Settings
• Then press …

… System … Voice Control … Media Player … Navigation (if equipped with … Phone
• Once in System, you have • Once in Voice Control, • Once in Media Player, SD Card map database) • Once in Phone, you have
control over settings, like: you have control over you have control over • Once in Navigation, control over settings, like:
– Language settings, like: settings, like: you have control over – Paring and Connecting
– System Prompt Volume – Interaction Mode – Autoplay settings, like: Bluetooth-enabled
– Keyboard Layout – Confirmation Prompts – Index Bluetooth® Audio – Map Preferences Mobile Phones
– And more! – Voice Control Volume Device – Route Preferences – Turning Bluetooth On/Off
– And more! – Gracenote Database Info, – Traffic Preferences – Phone Ringer Settings
Media Management and – And more! – And more!
Cover Art
– And more!

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Information

Overview
The Information button is always visible and active at the bottom center of the touch
screen. Depending on how your vehicle is equipped, it provides quick access to:

• SYNC® Services • SYNC Apps:


• Sirius Travel Link (if equipped) – Vehicle Health Report
• Notifications – 911 AssistTM
• Calendar – Install Applications/Updates

Please note that the items under SYNC Apps are also
accessible in duplicate locations throughout the system,
as follows:

To find Vehicle Health Report in another location:


• Press MENU > Vehicle > Vehicle Health Report

To find 911 Assist in another location:


• Press MENU > Settings > Phone > 911 Assist, or
• Press MENU > Help > 911 Assist

To find Install Applications/Updates in another location:


• Press MENU > Help > Software License >
Install Applications/Updates

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Driving while distracted can result in loss of vehicle control, accident and injury. Ford strongly recommends
that drivers use extreme caution when using any device that may take their focus off the road. The driver’s
primary responsibility is the safe operation of the vehicle. Use mobile phones and other devices not essential
to the driving task only when it is safe to do so.

© April 2011 Ford Motor Company. Specifications and descriptions contained within are based upon
the most current information available at the time of release.
911 AssistTM, Ford, MyFord TouchTM, MyKey® and SYNC® are trademarks and/or registered trademarks
of Ford Motor Company.
All other names are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
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