NAVIGATION/TELECOMMUNICATION - SERVICE INFORMATION
The hands-free cellular system on this vehicle uses BluetoothTM technology to provide wireless communication between the operator’s compatible cellular telephone and the vehicle’s on-board receiver.
The system uses voice recognition technology to control operation. The incoming voice is broadcast through the vehicle’s radio speakers, automatically overriding any other audio signals on the front speakers when the hands-free system is in use. A microphone in the rearview mirror picks up vehicle occupant’s voices. If a call is in progress when the ignition is switched off, the hands-free system will continue to operate for up to 45 seconds as part of the Accessory Relay Delay function. Thereafter, the call can continue on the hand-held telephone.
The system will communicate with a telephone that is anywhere within the vehicle. However, covering the hand held phone or the hands-free phone module with a metal object may block the signal. The system will recognize up to seven telephones, each of which is given a spoken identification by the user during the setup process. The system includes Spanish and French voice recognition in addition to English.
Two buttons on the rearview mirror, identified with ISO icons, control the system: A 9phone9 button turns the system on and off; a 9voice recognition9 (or voice command) button prompts the hands-free system to listen for a voice command.
Dodge Ram Truck Manual Navigation Two buttons on the rearview mirror, identified with ISO icons, control the system: A 9phone9 button turns the system on and off; a 9voice recognition9 (or voice command) button prompts the hands-free system to listen for a voice command. The system includes the following features:
- Phone book - Stores telephone numbers for later recall by name or other verbal identification, called a voice tag, and memory location.
- Four memory locations - Home, Work, Cellular and Pager. A maximum of 32 unique names or voice tags may be stored at the same time, with a different number in each of the four memory locations.
- Voice tag dialing - Dials the number associated with a voice tag and memory location.
- Digit dialing - Dials the telephone number by recognizing the names of the digits as they are spoken.
- Receiving calls - A voice prompt notifies the user of an incoming call. A voice response accepts or rejects the call without manual intervention.
- Privacy Mode - Switches the call to the handheld telephone and the hands-free system and back again using the "voice recognition" (or "voice command") button and a voice command, if desired.
DIAGNOSIS AND TESTING
Any diagnosis of the Telecommunication system should begin with the use of scan tool. For information on the use of the scan tool, refer to the appropriate Diagnostic Service information.