Direct Connect iPod Adapter User Guide
iPod Adapter. User Guide. 5000-IPOM01. Copyright 2007 … to your iPod. Quick Guide. Control Diagram for Type A Radio. Control Diagram for Type B Radio …
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Direct Connect iPod Adapter User Guide Ford / Lincoln / Mercury Direct Connect iPod Adapter User Guide 5000-IPOM01 Copyright 2007 Brandmotion, LLC. Printed in China 1 Manual Contents Control DiagramUsing Your iPod Adapter 3 Connecting Your iPod3 Selecting a Search Mode4 Navigating Through Albums, Artists, and Playlists 4 Browsing Tracks4 Seeing the Full Artist/Album/Song Name 4 Changing What’s Displayed5 Using the Shu e Feature5 Using the Repeat Feature5 Using Fast Forward, Rewind, and Scan5 Switching between iPod and Satellite Radio TroubleshootingWarrantyInstallation Instructions 8 Installation Instructions Complete instructions to guide you through the process of installing the Direct Connect iPod Adapter in your Ford / Lincoln / Mercury vehicle are available from our website: http://www.brandmotion.com/ipod or by calling Brandmotion Customer Support at – 877-276-6456.Most Ford / Lincoln / Mercury vehicles can be equipped with the Brandmotion Direct Connect iPod Adapter. However, a 2004 or later, satellite-ready Ford factory radio is required. New models introduced since 2004 should be compatible. Edge Expedition Explorer F-150 Five Hundred Focus Freestyle Fusion Mustang Sport Trac Super Duty Check our website for the most up to date compatibility list.Note: Installing the adapter and wire harness can be di cult for certain applications. Most consumers will prefer to have an experienced professional mechanic, dealer or 3rd party aftermarket installer perform the installation for them. 7 Brandmotion Limited Warranty Brandmotion LLC (Brandmotion) warrants its iPod Direct Connect Adapter System (Product) against defects in material and workmanship under normal use and services for a period of 3 years or 36,000 miles if zero mileage at dealer with a certi ed installer. Post sale installation by certi ed installer 12 months or 12,000 miles. Individual or non certi ed installation is 12 months from date of sale. Brandmotion, at its option, will either repair, exchange or replace the Product during the warranty period provided it is returned in accordance with the terms of this warranty. All replaced parts or Product shall become the property of Brandmotion. Any repairs not covered by this warranty will be charged at the cost of replaced parts plus the Brandmotion hourly labor rate at that time. This express limited warranty is extended by Brandmotion to the original end-user purchaser only and is not assignable or transferable to any other party. All claims for damaged Products must be made within fteen (15) days from the date of occurrence resulting in the damage and must be accompanied by the receipt for the damaged Product. This is the complete warranty for Products manufactured by Brandmotion. [Brandmotion does not warrant for the installa- tion, maintenance, or service of the Product.] All costs of shipping the Product to Brandmotion for inspection and all risk of loss during transit shall be borne solely by the original purchaser. This warranty applies within the fty (50) United States and the District of Columbia, and Canada. This warranty does not cover (a) defects or damage resulting from use of the Product in other than its normal and customary manner; (b) defects or damage from misuse, accident or neglect; (c) defects or damage from improper testing, operation, maintenance, installation, alteration, modi cation or adjustment; (d) Product disassembled or repaired in such a manner as to adversely a ect performance or prevent adequate inspection and testing to verify any warranty claim; (e) Product which has had the serial number removed or made illegible; (f) freight costs to repair location. For your convenience, Brandmotion has established a telephone number for frequently asked questions. To locate an authorized service center or dealer nearest you, or for service assistance or resolu- tion of a service problem, or for product information, please call: 1-877-276-6456 or contact us through www.brandmotion.com Advances the iPod to the next track. Holding the button down advances through the tracks rapidly. In CATEGORY mode, allows you to select from the following categories: ALBUM, ARTIST, and PLAYLIST. In normal mode, will advance to the next ALBUM, ARTIST, or PLAYLIST. Press and hold to advance quickly. Selects the REPEAT function on your iPod. Scrolls text across the display. Selects the SHUFFLE function on your iPod. Fast-reverses within a track. Fast-reverses within a track. Changes display to ARTIST, ALBUM, or SONG name. Puts iPod in SCAN mode, allowing you to preview 10 seconds of each track. Turns the system on. Selecting CATEGORY allows you to rotate through ARTIST, ALBUM, and PLAYLIST with the up and down arrows. Also controls regular radio functions. Select SAT1 with this button to begin listening to your iPod. COMPRESS Advances the iPod to the next track. Holding the button down advances through the tracks rapidly. In CATEGORY mode, allows you to select from the following categories: ALBUM, ARTIST, and PLAYLIST. In normal mode, will advance to the next ALBUM, ARTIST, or PLAYLIST. Press and hold to advance quickly. Selects the REPEAT function on your iPod. Scrolls text across the display. Selects the SHUFFLE function on your iPod. Fast-reverses within a track. Fast-reverses within a track. Changes display to ARTIST, ALBUM, or SONG name. Puts iPod in SCAN mode, allowing you to preview 10 seconds of each track. Turns the system on. Selecting CATEGORY allows you to rotate through ARTIST, ALBUM, and PLAYLIST with the up and down arrows. Also controls regular radio functions. Select SAT1 with this button to begin listening to your iPod. Quick Guide Control Diagram for Type A Radio Control Diagram for Type B Radio 2 3 Warning The iPod is not designed to withstand automotive temperature extremes. You should not leave your iPod inside a vehicle for extended periods of time. Even a moderately hot or very cold day can expose your iPod to damaging temperature extremes. Brandmotion is not responsible for the loss of music les or other issues due to problems with the player. Troubleshooting Issue: I just connected my iPod to the Brandmotion adapter and it doesn’t seem to work. Solution: The rst time you connect your iPod to the system it can take several seconds to read your entire library. Wait up to one minute and try it again. If that doesn’t work, turn o the ignition and wait several seconds before restarting. Issue: The system is not responding after having pressed di erent radio control buttons several times. Solution: Disconnect and reconnect your iPod from the docking system. There may be static between the iPod and the connector cable. Issue: Performing the scan function when there is a single song by an artist or on an album caused the music to skip / stutter. Solution: This is an issue with the iPod when there is only one song associated with an artist, album or playlist. Push the scan button again. iPod is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. 6 Using your iPod Adapter Connecting Your iPod 1. Connect your iPod to the adapter so that the logo on the cable is facing outward. 2. Upon conne
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