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System Operation

Overview

NOTE: In order to prevent discharge of the battery, if the vehicle is stationary, the Bluetooth mobile phone and the voice control should only be used for long periods when the engine is running. NOTE: For certain mobile phones with the Symbian operating system, a particular file must be installed to allow full access to the telephone directory via Bluetooth. This file is referred to as an SIS file and can be downloaded from the Ford website. You can obtain more detailed information from your Ford dealer.

The system allows the driver to use a Bluetooth equipped cellular phone handset through the vehicles Information and Entertainment system.

A physical connection (adapter) between the phone handset and the telephone control module is not necessary and is therefore not available.

Communications between the two components are purely Bluetooth. This can limit the available functions dependant on the handset used.

The mobile phone system comprises the following components:

  • Control module for mobile electronic auxiliary equipment
  • Microphone.

The control module for the mobile electronic auxiliary equipment is connected to the Infotainment system via the CAN bus and the audio line. This enables audio and control signals to be passed to and from the auxiliary equipment. The mobile electronic auxiliary equipment control module is equipped with a built-in Bluetooth antenna.

Using Bluetooth it is possible to transfer audio files from Bluetooth compatible storage media to the audio system and replay them (audio streaming).

This function will however only be available at a later date.

Voice Control

Voice control makes it possible to operate the audio system without the driver being distracted from the traffic situation.

When the system is active, if the driver issues a pre-defined order, the voice recognition system converts this command into a control signal for the various multimedia systems. The input can take the form of dialogues or commands. The driver is guided through the dialogues by announcements or questions.

The following systems can be controlled using the voice recognition system:

Mobile phone

Radio function

CD player/CD changer

EATC (electronic automatic temperature control)

DVD navigation system with touchscreen

  • Voice control via the mobile electronic auxiliary equipment control module is unnecessary for the DVD navigation system with touchscreen because this system has its own integrated voice control function.
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