Connecting USB storage device / iPod®

Do not operate an iPod® while driving. Doing so may distract your attention from driving and could lead to an accident.

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.

Even if a USB storage device or iPod® is connected, it cannot be played unless the USB/iPod® mode is selected.

Movies stored on a USB storage device or an iPod® cannot be played while the storage device or iPod® is connected to the system.

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 User’s Guide of 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®.