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Bluetooth® technology will enable the user to link a compatible phone or device to the vehicle for hands free operation. Your Bluetooth® capable phone or device must be inside the vehicle for it to connect to the vehicle system. Select your phone manufacturer from the selection below to check compatibility.

Audio and Visual - Step by Step Instructions

Step 1
The Holden MyLink system in the Insignia is able to store up to 60 favourites including AM, FM or DAB+ radio stations. To set a radio station favourite, press the RADIO button on the centre console and toggle through the AM, FM and DAB bands to select the one you want.
Step 2
Tune the radio to the station you wish to set as a Favourite. You can do this automatically by pressing the forward or reverse arrow buttons on the centre console to tune to the next available station or manually by pressing and holding the forward or reverse arrow buttons on the centre console until you reach the desired station.
Step 3
You can also find the station you want in the Station Lists. Once you have selected the band you want, tap anywhere on the Touchscreen Display and tap BROWSE or turn the MENU knob and it will display the Station List. Use the MENU knob to scroll through to the station you want and press the knob to select it or touch the menu item on the Touchscreen Display to select it.
Step 4
Once you have tuned the radio to the station you wish to set as a favourite, tap the up arrow at the bottom of the Touchscreen Display to bring up the Selector Bar and reveal the Favourites list and scroll to the page on which you want to store the radio station.
Step 5
Tap and hold the respective Favourites button on the Touchscreen Display until a beep sounds, confirming that the radio station has been stored on that Favourites button.
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Press the HOME button on the centre console to bring up the main Home Page menu icons on the Touchscreen Display. Turn the MENU knob to scroll to the SETTINGS application icon and press to select or tap the icon on the Touchscreen Display. Then scroll and select Bluetooth® from the menu items or tap the Bluetooth® menu item on the Touchscreen Display.
Step 2
Using the MENU knob or by tapping the menu item on the Touchscreen Display, select Pair Device. Alternatively, select Device Management to display the device list and then select Pair Device. A message indicating the name of the system and PIN code will be displayed.
Step 3
Start the pairing process on your phone or device. Depending on the device, either simply compare the code with that which appears on your Bluetooth® device and confirm or enter the code into your Bluetooth® device and confirm. Once the process is complete, your phone or Bluetooth® device will appear in the Device List on the Touchscreen Display.
Step 4
You can also pair your Bluetooth enabled phone or device by selecting the PHONE application icon on the Home Page menu and selecting Pair Device from the menu displayed. Then follow Step 3 above and once complete, the PHONE menu will be displayed.
Step 5
The Holden MyLink system allows up to five devices to be paired but only one can be connected at any one time.
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Connect your Smartphone, iPod®, iPhone® or USB drive to the port located under the armrest in the centre console with a USB cable. Press the MEDIA button repeatedly to toggle through to activate USB mode.
Step 2
Alternatively, you can use the Five-way Controller on the right hand side of the steering wheel to bring up the USB menu in the Driver Information Centre in the instrument cluster.
Step 3
Tap anywhere on the Touchscreen Display and tap BROWSE or turn the MENU knob and it will display the Track List for the relevant category selected. Categories including PLAYLISTS, ARTISTS, SONGS, and more can be selected by tapping the relevant icon at the bottom of the Touchscreen Display.
Step 4
Use the MENU knob to scroll through to the track you want and press the knob to select it or touch the menu item on the Touchscreen Display to select it.
Step 5
Depending on the device, you can also use the MENU knob, forward and reverse arrows on the centre console and forward/reverse, play/pause and browse buttons on the Touchscreen Display to pause, play, skip, rewind or forward tracks. Video can also be viewed on the MyLink system but only when the vehicle is stopped and the parking brake is applied.
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Plug a single pin 3.5mm cable into the headphone outlet of your portable music device and connect it to the AUX input located under the armrest in the centre console. Press the MEDIA button repeatedly to toggle through to activate AUX mode.
Step 2
Alternatively, you can use the Five-way Controller on the right hand side of the steering wheel to bring up the AUX menu in the Driver Information Centre in the instrument cluster
Step 3
You are able to control the volume of your music device through the Holden MyLink system using the volume knob on the centre console or buttons on the steering wheel but all other functions need to be controlled through the music device.
Step 4
To disconnect the device, select another audio source, then unplug the AUX cable.

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Ensure your phone or compatible Bluetooth® device is paired and connected to the Holden MyLink system. Press the MEDIA button repeatedly to toggle through to activate Bluetooth mode.
Step 2
Alternatively, you can use the Five-way Controller on the right hand side of the steering wheel to bring up the Bluetooth menu in the Driver Information Centre in the instrument cluster.
Step 3
Depending on the device, you can use the MENU knob, forward and reverse arrows on the centre console and forward/reverse, play/pause and browse buttons on the Touchscreen Display to pause, play, skip, rewind or forward tracks.
Step 4
You can also use the up and down arrows on the steering wheel to skip to the next or previous track but Browsing track lists and categories through the Holden MyLink system is not available for Bluetooth® media sources.
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Audio and Visual - FAQs

MyLink supports most smartphones and MP3 players that can be plugged in via the USB port in the centre console storage bin. It also supports many different brands of USB flash drives.
The infotainment system supports song file formats including .mp3, .wma, .wav and .acc name extensions. Many iPod® and iPhone® models are also supported and for a full list refer to your owners’ manual.
It is recommended that iPhone® be connected by USB cable to obtain the best functionality and performance.
MyLink can recognize up to five different Bluetooth® enabled devices but only one can be connected at any time.
It will recognise the devices in the order in which they are listed on the Device List. If a device listed isn’t in the vehicle, MyLink will recognise this and immediately pair with the device that is in the vehicle.
Simply access your settings to see the list of different paired devices. Scroll through the list to find the device you’re looking for. Alternatively, you can also press the “Push to Talk” button and say “Change Phone.”
Gracenote Technology is embedded into the Holden MyLink system and identifies the music you are playing via a USB connection or Bluetooth® audio streaming. Information such as the song title, artist, album, genre and cover art is displayed on the MyLink screen.
The CD player is able to play most audio CDs, CD-R, CD-RW, MP3, unprotected WMA and ACC formats.

Phone - Step by Step Instructions

Step 1
To ensure you make the most of your smartphone’s connection with the Holden MyLink system, there are a number of things you can do to keep you fully connected on the road.
 
First up, always ensure you are running the latest operating system for your phone and all your favourite apps are updated.
 
Step 2
Keep the apps on your phone updated.
 
When using apps, such as Pandora, ensure 'conserve battery' or 'screen timeout' checkboxes are disabled in the app's settings menu, this will provide a more seamless app experience.
 
Step 3
To connect either an Android or Apple phone, make sure you use the manufacturer’s genuine USB cable for the best functionality.
 
Android users may find it helpful to unpair and repair the device.
 
Step 4
Ensure you fully power off and restart your phone at least once a week. Smartphones need to be refreshed on a regular basis to purge and clean up their memory and also correct various other glitches that can affect their performance.
 
Step 5
If you have any problems with your phone connection, you might find that disconnecting the USB cable and unpairing the Bluetooth connection will help. Once you have disconnected everything, also try turning the phone off then on again before you reconnect and pair it with the MyLink system to give it a full refresh.
 

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Press the HOME button on the centre console to bring up the main Home Page menu icons on the Touchscreen Display. Turn the MENU knob to scroll to the SETTINGS application icon and press to select or tap the icon on the Touchscreen Display. Then scroll and select Bluetooth® from the menu items or tap the Bluetooth® menu item on the Touchscreen Display.
Step 2
Using the MENU knob or by tapping the menu item on the Touchscreen Display, select Pair Device. Alternatively, select Device Management to display the device list and then select Pair Device. A message indicating the name of the system and PIN code will be displayed.
Step 3
Start the pairing process on your phone or device. Depending on the device, either simply compare the code with that which appears on your Bluetooth® device and confirm or enter the code into your Bluetooth® device and confirm. Once the process is complete, your phone or Bluetooth® device will appear in the Device List on the Touchscreen Display.
Step 4
You can also pair your Bluetooth® enabled phone or device by selecting the PHONE application icon on the Home Page menu and selecting Pair Device from the menu displayed. Then follow Step 3 above and once complete, the PHONE menu will be displayed.
Step 5
The Holden MyLink system allows up to five devices to be paired but only one can be connected at any one time.
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Press the Push to Talk button on the steering wheel controls. The system will respond with a tone. After the tone you can say “Phone” and the system will respond with questions to ascertain who or what number you would like to call.
Step 2
You can simplify this by making direct commands, for instance by saying “Dial 0123456778” or “Call David Smith mobile” or “Redial last number”. For more information on Voice Commands, refer to your Owner’s Handbook.
Step 3
To finish the call, press the End Call/Mute button on the steering wheel controls. To cancel a voice command at any time, say “Cancel” or for more options, say “Help”.
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When your mobile phone is paired and connected to the Holden MyLink system, you are able to receive and send text messages through the MyLink system. Not all phones support this function and if necessary, you must first enable the transmission of text data to the MyLink system on your phone.
Step 2
If your phone supports the messaging function, the Messages icon on the main HOME page menu on the Touchscreen Display will be selectable. When you receive a new text message, you will see a message with the name of the sender and the options to Listen or View. Tap one to open the Text application then tap the Inbox button on the Selector Bar on the Touchscreen Display.
Step 3
Text messages will only be displayed if the Text Alerts option is switched to On in the Settings menu and if you are travelling faster than 8km/h, the text message will not be shown on the Touchscreen Display. In this instance, choose Listen or tap the Sound icon next to the respective message.
Step 4
From the Selector Bar at the bottom of the Touchscreen Display, tap Inbox to display messages on your phone.
Step 5
You can then choose to Delete the message, Reply to the message from a list of predefined text responses or Call the sender of the text message.
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The Holden MyLink system allows you to directly access the voice recognition app on your smartphone through its Voice pass-thru application.
Step 2
To access your phone’s voice recognition app and start a session using the Voice pass-thru application, press and hold the Push to Talk button on the steering wheel controls.
Step 3
To finish a session using the Voice pass-thru application, press the Mute/End Call button on the steering wheel controls.
Step 4
Not all smartphones support this feature so check the operating instructions for your phone for compatibility and further support.
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Phone - FAQs

There can be a number of factors that may influence the performance of your infotainment system when your phone and the myLink system are connected. We recommend you watch our 'Top Tips for Phone Connectivity' video tutorial located under the 'Phone' tab of this page to ensure you're getting the best connection between your device and the system as possible.
Most phones are compatible. See www.holden.com.au for details of compatible phones. Refer to the tutorial section of this site for more information.
 
You can find a compatible phone list at www.holden.com.au in the vehicle owners section or a helpful link is provided on the home page of myHolden Connect.
Check your mobile device operator’s manual for information on how to switch on “discoverable mode”. Once you have done this, follow the steps in the myHolden Connect tutorial.
If your phone fails to pair successfully with the system, turn your phone off. After a few seconds, turn it on and restart the pairing process.
Slowing your speech down can assist. Wait for the beep before you start speaking, avoid long pauses and speak in a moderate volume.
Text messages are only displayed on the screen when the vehicle is travelling slower than 8km/h.
Siri is available on some Apple iOS products and can be used in an “eyes free” mode through the Voice Control system to make and receive phone calls, select and play music, read out and compose text messages, and more. Please refer to the Apple website for further information. www.apple.com.au
 

Vehicle Operations - Step by Step Instructions

Step 1
With the Insignia’s remote control electronic Sensor Key you only need to have the key on your person outside the car and be within about one metre of the door or boot to unlock the doors, bootlid and fuel filler door.
Step 2
To unlock the door, simply press the button on the door handle and pull the handle to open the door. To unlock the boot, press the button under the bootlid moulding above the number plate. You can also unlock the doors and boot using the button on the remote control.
Step 3
To lock the car, press the button on any door handle and all doors, boot and fuel filler cap will lock. You can also lock all the doors and boot using the button on the remote control.
Step 4
The Insignia is also fitted with a Passive Locking system and if all doors are closed and the remote control electronic Sensor Key is outside of the vehicle, then the doors, boot and fuel filler door will automatically lock after about 10 seconds.
Step 5
You can configure the key to activate or deactivate functions such as the passive locking, automatic relock and whether all doors or only the driver’s is unlocked when the button is pressed on the door handle. Preferences can be changed by accessing the SETTINGS menu of the Holden MyLink system and choosing Vehicle, then Remote Lock, Unlock, Start from the submenus.

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The Rear View Camera uses a camera mounted on the rear bumper to display a view of an area behind the car on the Touchscreen Display. The camera is automatically activated when Reverse (R) gear is selected.
Step 2
The image shown on the Touchscreen Display features horizontal dynamic guiding lines projected onto the picture that indicate the distance in one metre intervals as well as vertical guide lines that indicate the trajectory of the car according to the steering angle.
Step 3
If the camera detects an obstacle, a triangular warning symbol will appear on the Touchscreen Display indicating the location of the obstacle as well as on the top line of the Touchscreen Display with a message to check your surroundings.
Step 4
The Rear View Camera is automatically deactivated when the forward speed reaches a certain level or Reverse gear is not engaged for a period of about 10 seconds.
Step 5
You can also manually activate or deactivate the Rear View Camera and set preferences for the dynamic guiding lines by accessing the SETTINGS application in the MyLink system and selecting the relevant Vehicle personalisation menus.
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If the battery of the electronic key is weak or the remote control fails, you can use the mechanical key to unlock the car using the driver’s door only. Press the button on the remote control to release the mechanical key.
 
Step 2
Place the key into the lock in the driver’s side door handle, turn it clockwise to unlock the door. Other doors can be unlocked by pulling on the inside door handle. 
 
Step 3
To start the engine, open the centre console storage bin and place the remote control Sensor Key in the transmitter pocket under the armrest in the centre console. Make sure the transmission shift lever is in Park (P) or Neutral (N) and depress the brake pedal. Then press the Engine Start/Stop button on the dash.
 
Step 4
To stop the engine when the vehicle is stationary, press the Engine Start/Stop button on the dash and remove the remote control Sensor Key from the transmitter pocket. This start/stop option should only be used in an emergency and the Sensor Key battery should be replaced as soon as possible.
 
Step 5
To lock the car when leaving, lock all doors except the driver’s door from inside by pressing down the locking knob. Once outside the car, place the key into the lock in the driver’s side door handle and turn it anti-clockwise to lock the driver’s door. 

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The Holden MyLink system in the Insignia is able to store up to 60 Favourites including radio stations, music tracks, albums or artists, telephone numbers, contacts or navigation destinations or routes.
Step 2
To display the Favourites list on the Touchscreen Display, tap the up arrow at the bottom of the screen to bring up the Selector Bar and slide your finger up to show one line or three lines of Favourites. Tap and slide your finger left or right to move to the next or previous page of Favourites.
Step 3
To store a new Favourite, first select the relevant Audio, Navigation or Phone application from the Home page menu and use the sub menus to bring up the specific item you wish to store.
Step 4
Bring up the Favourites list and tap and hold an unassigned Favourites button (indicated by a number) until a beep sounds, confirming that the item has been stored on that Favourites button. To Rename or Delete a Favourite, Bring up the Favourites list and tap on the relevant button then use the menu items at the bottom of the Touchscreen Display.
Step 5
To change the location of a particular Favourites button within your Favourites list, tap on the button and hold and drag it to the position you want. To move it to another Favourites page, tap, hold and drag it to the right or left arrows at the top of the Touchscreen Display and when the list scrolls to the appropriate page, move it back down onto the screen area and release.
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The Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) enables the car to be set to automatically travel at a specified speed above 25km/h or follow a safe distance from the car in front at speeds above 10km/h, without the need to use the accelerator pedal. To turn the system on and off, press the ACC switch on the left hand side of the steering controls.
Step 2
Accelerate to the desired speed and turn the thumbwheel control on the steering wheel to SET/-. At any time you can override the setting by pressing the accelerator pedal, which when released, will return the car to the set speed.
Step 3
To increase or decrease the set speed, turn the thumbwheel control to RES/+ or SET/- respectively. When following another vehicle, the system will automatically adjust the speed of your car to maintain a specified gap to the car in front and if necessary, slow your car and bring it to a complete stop.
Step 4
If the car in front moves away within two minutes, turn the thumbwheel control to RES/+ or press the accelerator to a speed of more than 10km/h to resume adaptive cruise control. If your car is stopped for more than two minutes, the system automatically deactivates. To resume adaptive cruise control, turn the thumbwheel control to RES/+ once your speed exceeds 10km/h.
Step 5
The following distance to car in front can be set to near, medium or far. To change the setting, repeatedly press the Gap Adjust button on the steering wheel. The current setting is indicated by filled distance bars displayed on the Driver Information Centre screen in the instrument cluster.

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The Driver Information Centre (DIC) enables you to control certain functions of the Holden MyLink system and view menus on the DIC display screen in the instrument cluster.
Step 2
The DIC screen has three zones with the Vehicle, Audio, Phone, Navigation and Settings applications on the left, application-specific menus on the right and infotainment and vehicle-specific information in the centre.
Step 3
To access and select from the menus, use the Five-way Controller on the right hand side of the steering wheel. To start, press the left arrow and then the up or down arrows to select the application you wish to access. Press the central confirmation button to make your selection.
Step 4
To display the main menu of the application, press the right arrow and then the up or down arrows to select a menu item or further sub-menu.
Step 5
When operating the sub-menus, use the left arrow to go back or return to the next highest menu level.

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The Forward Collision Alert (FCA) automatically provides visual and audible warnings if you approach a vehicle in front of you too quickly. The system detects vehicles up to 150m ahead and operates above walking speed.
Step 2
Visual warnings are displayed in the Driver Information Centre display in the instrument cluster. A green car symbol will appear when a vehicle is detected ahead. If you approach too fast, the symbol will change to yellow and flash and sound rapid beeps.
Step 3
You can set the alert sensitivity to near, medium or far for different traffic conditions. Press the Gap Adjust button repeatedly on the left hand side of the steering wheel controls to scroll through the options and the current setting will be displayed in the DIC.
Step 4
You can deactivate/activate the Forward Collision Alert through the Holden MyLink system by accessing the Settings application and choosing the vehicle menu.
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The Blind Spot Alert and Lane Change Alert provide a visual warning if a car is detected and may not be visible in your rear view mirrors or a vehicle is approaching rapidly from behind in an adjacent lane.
Step 2
Both Alerts operate automatically with the Blind Spot Alert covering a zone of about 3.5m wide and extending about 3m rearwards from the exterior mirrors on both sides of the car. The Lane Change Alert zone extends up to 70m behind your car.
Step 3
If the system detects a car in your blind spot or rapidly approaching in an adjacent lane, an amber visual graphic warning will illuminate in the relevant exterior mirror. If you activate the turn signal, the warning will flash indicating it is not safe to change lanes.
Step 4
You can deactivate/activate the Blind Spot and Lane Change Alerts through the Holden MyLink system by accessing the Settings application and choosing the vehicle menu.

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Press the HOME button on the centre console to bring up the main Home Page menu icons on the Touchscreen Display. Turn the MENU knob to scroll to the NAV application icon and press to select or tap the icon on the Touchscreen Display. A map showing your current location and surrounding area will be displayed on the screen.
Step 2
Alternatively, you can use the Five-way Controller on the right hand side of the steering wheel to bring up the Navigation menu in the Driver Information Centre in the instrument cluster.
Step 3
Tap the Zoom, Reset, Destination or Menu icons on the Selector Bar at the bottom of the Touchscreen Display to access the function you wish to use. To scroll the map, place your finger anywhere on the Touchscreen Display and move it up or down, left or right
Step 4
To input a destination for guidance, select Destination from the Selector Bar. You can input destinations manually using the keyboard display or use stored addresses from the Recent, Contact or Points of Interest menus.
Step 5
The Navigation menu also offers many other display, route and guidance options that are accessed using the MENU knob or by tapping the menu items on the Touchscreen Display. Familiarize yourself with all the options before driving and only operate the system if road and traffic conditions allow you to do so safely. For full instructions, refer to your Owner’s Handbook

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The Holden Insignia is equipped with a Voice Control system that enables you to command the MyLink system to carry out a number of tasks such as dialing a phone number, changing the audio source or song, or directing the navigation system without having to take your hands off the steering wheel.
Step 2
To start using the Voice Control system, press the Push to Talk button on the left hand side of the steering wheel. The audio system will mute and you will hear a prompt to say a Command. Wait until you hear a beep then say your Command.
Step 3
If you don’t hear a beep, make sure the volume is turned up. You can adjust the volume of voice prompts using the + and - buttons on the steering wheel. When the system is active, you will see a Voice Control symbol on the Touchscreen Display.
Step 4
Speak clearly and normally. Commands are available for a range of Audio, Phone and Navigation functions and for more information on specific Commands, please refer to your Owner’s Handbook.
Step 5
To cancel Voice Control or a particular Command, press the Mute /End Call button on the steering wheel controls or say Exit or Cancel.

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The Speed Limiter Function is part of the Adaptive Cruise Control system and prevents the vehicle from exceeding a preset maximum speed. The maximum speed can be set at any speed above 25km/h.
Step 2
To activate the Speed Limiter Function, press the Speed Limiter activation button on the left hand side of the steering wheel. To set the desired maximum speed, hold the RES/+ thumbwheel until your desired speed is displayed on the Driver Information Centre screen in the instrument cluster.
Step 3
Alternatively, accelerate to the desired speed and turn the thumbwheel control on the steering wheel to SET/- to set the speed and display it on the Driver Information Centre screen in the instrument cluster.
Step 4
To increase or decrease the set speed when the Speed Limiter Function is active, turn the thumbwheel control to RES/+ or SET/- respectively. At any time, you can override the system by pressing the accelerator pedal. If overridden, the limited speed will flash on the DIC screen and a warning chime will sound. The system is automatically reactivated once the speed falls below the set maximum speed.
Step 5
To temporarily deactivate the Speed Limiter Function, press the Speed Limiter deactivation button on the steering wheel. Turn the thumbwheel control to RES/+ to reactivate the stored speed limit. To turn the system off completely and delete the stored speed, press the Speed Limiter activation button on the steering wheel.

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Vehicle Operations - FAQs

Refer to the link on the Tech Connect welcome page for an explanation of Holden Mylink and its capabilities.
Software upgrades or improvements may become available during the ownership life cycle. Your Holden Dealer will be able to advise if software updates are required.
No. MyLink software updates must be performed by an authorized Holden Dealer.
Yes, please refer to your vehicle owner’s handbook for further instructions.
Voice commands need to be broken down into simple sections. For example if you want to change the radio station, say “Radio”, wait for a response, then say “Change station”, rather than just “change the radio station”.
The Holden MyLink system has highly accurate voice-control software that recognises a list of many commands as well as most names. However, at times there could still be names or words that the system cannot recognise.
The remote control electronic Sensor Key can be configured to unlock all doors or only the driver’s door when you press the button on the door handle. To find out how to change the settings, refer to your owner’s manual or the appropriate tutorial on myHolden Connect.
The Sensor Key system has a manual override if the battery is weak or the remote key is not working. Press the button on the key fob to release the mechanical key and place it into the lock on the driver’s side door handle to unlock the car.
Lock all passenger doors from inside the car. Then once outside, place the mechanical key on the key fob into the lock on the driver’s side door handle to lock the door.
Insert the remote control electronic key into the transmitter pocket inside the centre console storage bin. Depress the brake pedal and press the START/STOP button. To stop the engine when stationary, press the START/STOP button and remove the Sensor Key.
No, to lock or unlock the car using the Sensor Key, the key must be outside the car.
The Holden Insignia is fitted with ultrasonic sensors on the front and rear bumpers to help detect objects in front of and behind the car. When an object is detected, the Parking Assist system provides an audible warning and a visual image on the Driver Information Centre (DIC) display in the instrument cluster.
The front and rear sensors are automatically activated when R (Reverse) gear is selected. After the gearshift lever is moved out of Reverse, the rear sensors switch off. The front sensors are automatically activated when driving forwards and remain on until the vehicle exceeds 11km/h.
To manually deactivate the system briefly, press the Park Assist button on the centre console. The LED light will go out, a Park Assist Off message will appear on the DIC display and the system will remain inactive until the next time reverse gear is selected or the button is pressed.
The Holden Insignia VXR Flex Ride driving system allows the driver to select between three modes of operation that variously adjust the Continuous Damping Control, Accelerator and Steering response, All Wheel Drive, Automatic Transmission and Electronic Stability Control (ESC) and Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) thresholds.
High Beam Assist allows high beam to function as the main driving light at night over speeds of 40km/h and automatically switches to low beam when necessary. To activate, push the indicator lever twice when the car speed is over 40km/h. To deactivate, push the indicator lever once.

Bluetooth® Wireless Technology:

Bluetooth® Compatibility...

Model Software Call Handling Enhanced Voice Control Phonebook Access Audio Streaming SMS Text Messaging
  • Compatible - The tested phone and software version is compatible with the Bluetooth® function listed.
  • Partially Compatible - The tested phone and software version may only partially function with the Bluetooth® function listed.
  • Not Compatible - The tested phone and software version is not compatible with the Bluetooth® function listed.
  • Text Message - Feature available with Apple CarPlay® and Android® Auto.
iPod, iPhone and Apple CarPlay are registered trademark of Apple Inc. Android is a registered trademark of Google Inc.

Important Information

The smartphones listed have been tested for compatibility with vehicles fitted with Holden Mylink by a third party under controlled conditions. Performance of your smartphone in Holden vehicles may vary in the future based on smartphone software versions and network coverage, therefore this information should be used as a guide only. If your smartphone supports Bluetooth® but is not listed on the website, this simply means it has not been tested for compatibility. However, there is a possibility that some of the Bluetooth® features may still work, but neither partial nor full functionality can be assured.

For these reasons please consult your local Holden Dealership or call Holden Customer Care on 1800 GM Holden (1800 46 465 336) if you require further information. Please note that smartphones are warranted by their manufacturer, not Holden.

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