Cadillac Escalade ESV 2022 User Guide


Cadillac Escalade ESV 2022 User Guide

The Cadillac Escalade ESV 2022 is the king of luxury SUVs when it comes to style and flexibility. This longer form of the famous Escalade has a lot of space and comfort, making it the best choice for people who want high-end features and a lot of room for people and things. The Escalade ESV is elegant and stylish because of how it looks and how it makes you feel. Inside, the car is a haven of luxury with beautiful materials, cutting-edge technology, and new features like a large OLED display, a state-of-the-art sound system, and advanced driver-assistance systems. The Cadillac Escalade ESV 2022 gives you a polished driving experience that is second to none, whether you’re going on a family trip or just taking it easy.

Instrument Panel Overview

  1. Driver Information Center (DIC) 0 133.
  2. Air Vents 0 227.
  3. Turn Signal Lever. See Turn and Lane-Change Signals 0 155. Exterior Lamp Controls 0 150.
  4. Tap Shift Controls (If Equipped). See Manual Mode 0 256.
  5. Instrument Cluster 0 115.
  6. Driver Monitoring Camera. See Super Cruise 0 286 (If Equipped).
  7. Windshield Wiper/Washer 0 106. Rear Window Wiper/Washer 0 108.
  8. Infotainment. See Overview 0 161.
  9. Light Sensor. See Automatic Headlamp System 0 154.
  10. Dual Automatic Climate Control System 0 221. Heated and Ventilated Front Seats 0 48 (If Equipped).
  11. USB Ports. See USB Port 0 171.
  12. Storage Compartment.
  13. Infotainment Controls. See Overview 0 161.
  14. Hazard Warning Flashers 0 155.
  15. Wireless Charging 0 112.
  16. Shift Lever. See Automatic Transmission 0 252.
  17. Automatic Vehicle Hold (AVH) 0 264 (Out of View). Auto Stop Disable Switch. See Stop/Start System 0 249 (Out of View). Lane Keep Assist (LKA) 0 330 (If Equipped) (Out of View).
  18. ENGINE START/STOP Button. See Ignition Positions 0 246.
  19. Steering Wheel Controls 0 105.
  20. Horn 0 105.
  21. Steering Column Adjustment. See Steering Wheel Adjustment 0 105.
  22. Hood Release. See Hood 0 371.
  23. Cruise Control 0 273 (If Equipped). Adaptive Cruise Control (Advanced) 0 275 (If Equipped). Super Cruise 0 286 (If Equipped). Forward Collision Alert (FCA) System 0 319 (If Equipped). Heated Steering Wheel 0 105 (If Equipped).
  24. Instrument Panel Illumination Control 0 156.
  25. Data Link Connector (DLC) (Out of View). See Malfunction Indicator Lamp (Check Engine Light) 0 123.
  26. Trailer Brake Control. See Towing Equipment 0 344 (If Equipped).
  27. Electric Parking Brake 0 262.
  28. Four-Wheel Drive 0 257 (If Equipped).
    Four Corner Air Suspension System 0 270 (If Equipped). Driver Mode Control 0 267

Keys and Locks

Leaving children in a vehicle with a remote key is dangerous and children or others could be seriously injured or killed. They could operate the power windows or other controls or make the vehicle move. The windows will function with the remote key in the vehicle, and children or others could be caught in the path of a closing window. Do not leave children in a vehicle with a remote key.

Keyless Unlocking/Locking from the Driver Door
When the doors are locked and the remote key is within 1 m (3 ft) of the door handle, touching the driver door handle inside touchpad will unlock the driver door. Touching the driver door handle outside sensor will lock the doors. If equipped with remote folding mirror, touching the driver door handle sensor may fold and unfold the mirrors. See Folding Mirrors 0 32.

Keyless Unlocking/Locking from the Passenger Doors
When the doors are locked and the remote key is within 1 m (3 ft) of the door handle, touching the door handle inside touchpad of the passenger door will unlock all doors. Touching the door handle outside sensor will lock the doors.

Passive Locking

The Keyless Access system will lock the vehicle several seconds after all doors are closed if the vehicle is off and at least one remote key has been removed or none remain in the vehicle. If equipped, the fuel door will also lock. If other electronic devices interfere with the remote key signal, the vehicle may not detect the remote key inside the vehicle. If passive locking is enabled, the doors may lock with the remote key inside the vehicle. Do not leave the remote key in an unattended vehicle. To customize the doors to automatically lock when exiting the vehicle, see Vehicle Personalization
0 140. If equipped with remote folding mirror, passive locking may fold and unfold the mirrors. See Folding Mirrors 0 32.

Temporary Disable of Passive Locking
Temporarily disable passive locking by pressing and holding K on the interior door switch with a door open for at least four seconds, or until three chimes are heard. Passive locking will then remain disabled until Q on the interior door is pressed, or until the vehicle is turned on.

Remote Left In Vehicle Alert
When the vehicle is turned off and a remote key is left in the vehicle, the horn will chirp three times after all doors are closed. To turn on or off see Vehicle Personalization 0 140.

Remote No Longer in Vehicle Alert
If the vehicle is on with a door open, and then all doors are closed, the vehicle will check for remote keys inside. If a remote key is not detected, the Driver Information Center (DIC) will display NO REMOTE DETECTED and the horn will chirp three times. This occurs only once each time the vehicle is driven. To turn on or off see Vehicle Personalization 0 140.

Keyless Liftgate Opening
Press the touchpad on the underside of the liftgate handle to open the liftgate when all doors are unlocked, or when the remote key is within 1 m (3 ft).

To start the vehicle:

  1. Place the remote key into the front cupholder.
  2. With the vehicle in P (Park) or N (Neutral) press the brake pedal and ENGINE START/STOP. Replace the remote key battery as soon as possible.

Battery Replacement

Never allow children to play with the remote key. The remote key contains a small battery, which can be a choking hazard. If swallowed, internal burns can occur, resulting in severe injury or death. Seek medical attention immediately if a battery is swallowed.
To avoid personal injury, do not touch metal surfaces on the remote key when it has been exposed to extreme heat. These surfaces can be hot to the touch at temperatures above 59 °C (138 °F).

When replacing the battery, do not touch any of the circuitry on the remote key. Static from your body could damage the remote key. Always replace the battery with the correct type. Replacing the battery with an incorrect type could potentially create a risk of battery explosion. Dispose of used batteries according to instructions and local laws. Do not attempt to burn, crush, or cut the used battery, and avoid exposing the battery to environments with extremely low air pressures or high temperatures.

To replace the battery:

  1. Press the button on the side of the remote key and pull the mechanical key out. Never pull the mechanical key out without pressing the button.
  2. With the mechanical key removed, insert a flat, thin object in the center of the remote key to separate and remove the back cover.
  3. Lift the battery with a flat object.
  4. Remove the battery.
  5. Insert the new battery, positive side toward the back cover. Replace with a CR2032 or equivalent battery.
  6. Push together the remote key.
  7. Reinsert the mechanical key.

Conditions in Which Remote Start Will Not Work
The remote start will not operate if any of the following occur:

  • The ignition is in any mode other than off.
  • A remote key is in the vehicle.
  • The hood is not closed.
  • The hazard warning flashers are on.
  • There is an emission control system malfunction.
  • The engine coolant temperature is too high.
  • The oil pressure is low.
  • The 30 minutes of engine run time have been used.
  • The vehicle is not in P (Park).

2023 Cadillac Escalade Specs, Price, Features, Milage (brochure)

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