Q: How do I use the Uconnect cancel command?

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How do I use the Uconnect cancel command?

If you make a mistake while using Uconnect, or change your mind about what you want to be doing, you can use the cancel command. Just press the Uconnect phone button (which is placed on either the steering wheel, or the center console), and then say “Cancel.” This will return you to the Uconnect main menu.

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