How To How To How to Listen to Music and Audio

Difficulty Level: Novice  |  Time Required: 5 Minutes  |  Tools Required: None

The audio portion of your vehicle’s infotainment system is like an app. It has its own icon on the Home screen and in the frequently used apps area. To view your vehicle’s audio options on the screen, simply tap the Audio icon.  


Listening to Music and Audio

Your infotainment system offers a range of music and audio choices.
Here’s how to get started:

  1. Press the Audio button on the Home screen to bring up the Audio page and view all available audio sources.  
  2. Press the More button to choose from the three most recently used audio sources on the left side of the screen, from Favorites at the top of the screen or from all available sources.
  3. Press Browse within an audio source to view available options.
  4. On the Audio screen, press the Tune button to tune into a radio station directly, then enter the radio station source.
  5. Adjust the Volume by turning the Volume knob or pressing the + or – buttons on the back of the steering wheel. Mute the audio with the On/Off audio-power button.
  6. Press Sound on the Audio page to adjust your sound and speaker settings.
  7. Connect to the infotainment system on your source device to view USB port/Aux sources.  


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Q&As

Can I stream audio from my Bluetooth® phone?

Yes. When your phone is connected, you’ll find it listed as an audio source. Select it and use the radio controls to stream the audio.


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To find out if your vehicle has this feature, contact your dealer or refer to your vehicle’s equipment list. Please check your Owner's Manual for more information about features. 

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  • Camaro 2019-2022
  • Colorado 2019-2022
  • Corvette 2020-2022 
  • Cruze 2019
  • Equinox 2019-2022
  • Express Cargo and Express Passenger 2020-2021
  • Impala 2020 
  • Malibu 2019-2021
  • Silverado 1500/2500HD/3500HD 2019-2022
  • Sonic 2018-2020 
  • Spark 2019-2021 
  • Suburban 2022
  • Tahoe 2022
  • Trailblazer 2022
  • Traverse 2020-2022
  • Trax 2018-2022
  • Volt 2019
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