Buick LaCrosse: Connecting and Controlling a 
PlaysForSure Device (PFD) or 
Zune (Radio with CD) - Auxiliary Devices (Radio with CD and Touchscreen) - Audio Players - Infotainment System - Buick LaCrosse Owners ManualBuick LaCrosse: Connecting and Controlling a PlaysForSure Device (PFD) or Zune (Radio with CD)

Connecting a PFD or Zune

Connect the PFD or Zune to the USB port.

Searching for a Track

Tracks can be searched for by:
• Playlists
• Artists
• Albums
• Song Titles
• Podcasts
• Genres

To search for tracks:

1. Turn the Menu knob.

2. Select Search.

3. Select: Playlists, Artists, Albums, Song Titles, Podcasts, or Genres.

4. Select the track.

Shuffle Functionality

Turn the Menu knob and set Shuffle Songs (Random) to On or Off.

On: Plays current tracks in random order.

Off: Plays current tracks in sequential order.

Repeat Functionality

Turn the Menu knob and set Repeat to On or Off.

Repeat On: Repeats the current track.

Repeat Off: Playback starts from the beginning of the current track after the last track finishes.

    Shuffle (Radio with CD/DVD/MEM)
    Turn the Menu knob and set Shuffle Songs to On or Off. Shuffle On: Plays current tracks in random order. Shuffle Off: Plays current tracks in sequential order. ...

    Connecting and Controlling a USB Drive (Radio with CD and Radio with CD/DVD/MEM)
    The infotainment system can only play back .mp3 and .wma files from a USB drive. Only the first 2,500 songs are recognized on the device. When a device is not supported, the message “No su ...

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