Acura ATG_US.qxd:Acura QSG_US.qxd 4/13/09 3:40 PM Page 5 2010 TSX Advanced Technology Guide 10 TSX ATG_Front Inside:Inside Cvr 3/20/2009 2:02 PM Page 1 Multi-Information Display Multi-Information Display (MID) Consists of several displays that provide you with useful information. Accessing MID MID Lower Displays Once you start the engine, the MID shows the last active lower display. Press either Info button (▲/▼) to see the last active selection on the upper display. Odometer, Trip A Upper Display Lower Display To toggle between the different displays, press either Info button (▲/▼) for the upper display and press the SEL/RESET button for the lower display. Outside temperature, Trip A Outside temperature, Trip B SEL/RESET Button Oil life INFO Buttons 2010 TSX 10 TSX ATG_Base:Base 3/20/2009 2:02 PM Page 2 2010 TSX MID Upper Displays Basic trip computer displays are shown here. Instant Fuel Economy Odometer, Outside temperature Average fuel economy for trips A and B Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® (HFL) (if paired) Range with remaining fuel Tire pressure monitor Total travel time Average speed Multi-Information Display 10 TSX ATG_Base:Base 3/20/2009 2:02 PM Page 3 Voice Command/ HFL/Navigation Voice Command Using the Voice Command System To reduce driver distraction, use voice commands for hands-free calling, navigation/compass, audio, AcuraLink, and climate control functions. A full list of these commands is in the navigation system manual. HFL Talk button: Give HFL commands or answer incoming calls. NAVI Talk button: Give navigation, audio, and climate control commands. NAVI Back button: Cancel a command or return to the previous screen. HFL Back button: End a call, go back to the previous command, or cancel an operation. Voice Command Tips: • Press and release the Talk button, wait for a beep, then give a command. • To hear a list of available commands at any time, say “Hands free help” after you press and release the Talk button. • Speak in a clear, natural voice. • Reduce all background noise. • Adjust the dashboard and side vents away from the microphone in the ceiling. • Close the windows. 2010 TSX 10 TSX ATG_3ab:ExtraPages.qxd 3/20/2009 2:03 PM Page a3 2010 TSX Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® Pairing Your Phone Press and release the HFL Talk button before you give a command. 1 Enable “Discovery” or “Search” mode on your Bluetooth-compatible phone. 5 Enter the code from step 4 on your phone. Was pairing successful? Has a phone been paired to the system before? The system gives you information about pairing a phone for the first time. 4 6 YES NO 2 Say “Phone setup.” 3 Say “Pair.” HFL gives you a four-digit pairing code. This code also appears on the MID. HFL searches for your phone, and you must search for a Bluetooth device from your phone. When HFL finds your phone, your phone prompts you to connect to HFL. Was connection successful? NO NO YES YES Repeat step 5. HFL asks you to name the phone. For example, say “Mary’s phone.” Your phone is now paired to HFL. The system exits out of the HFL menu. AcuraLink may display a connection setup screen after the pairing process, which is necessary for this feature to work. See the AcuraLink section for more information. For more information or troubleshooting, call HFL consumer support at (888) 528-7876, visit www.acura.com/handsfreelink, or see your owner’s manual for details. 10 TSX ATG_3ab:ExtraPages.qxd 3/20/2009 2:03 PM Page b3 Making a Call 1. Press the HFL Talk button. 2. Say “Call” and the desired phone number. 3. Press the HFL Talk button and say “Call” or “Dial” to continue. 4. The call is connected and heard through the speakers. Receiving a Call 1. A notification is heard, and “INCOMING CALL” and the phone number appear on the MID. 2. Press the HFL Talk button to accept the call. 2010 TSX 3. Press the HFL Back button to decline or end the call. 10 TSX ATG_3ab:ExtraPages.qxd 3/20/2009 2:03 PM Page c3 2010 TSX Navigation (if equipped) Entering a Destination Using Voice Control Press and release the NAVI Talk button before you give a command. 1 Say “Display menu.” 2 Say “Address.” 3 Say “City” (or “Change state” if necessary). 4 Say the name of the city you want, or say “Current city” to select the city currently shown. 5 A list of city names appears. Say the number listed next to the city you want to select. 6 Say the street name. Do not include the direction (N, S, E, W) or type (St., Ave., Blvd., etc.). 7 A list of street names appears. Say the number listed next to the street you want to select. 8 Say the entire street address number. For example, “1-2-5-0.” 9 The system calculates the route and displays the “Calculate route to” screen. Say “OK” to set the route. Note: Entering a destination can also be done manually with the Interface Dial from the Menu screen. 10 TSX ATG_3ab:ExtraPages.qxd 3/20/2009 2:04 PM Page d3 Entering a Destination Using the “Find Nearest” Command Try these simple steps to find a nearby point of interest, such as a gas station, movie theater, restaurant, etc. Press and release the NAVI Talk button before you give a command. 1. Say “Find nearest ATM.” 3. Say the number you want to select. 2. A list of the nearest ATMs in your area is displayed by shortest distance to destination. 4. The system calculates the route and displays the “Calculate route to” screen. Say “OK” to set the route. 2010 TSX 10 TSX ATG_3ab:ExtraPages.qxd 3/20/2009 2:04 PM Page e3 2010 TSX Commonly Used Voice Commands Here are some examples of commonly used voice commands. Try some of these to familiarize yourself with the voice command system. Press and release the NAVI Talk button before you give a command. Looking for Restaurants in Your Location Say a command like “Display Chinese restaurants” to see restaurant icons appear on the map. Adjusting Vehicle’s Climate Setting Say a command like “Air conditioner on” and “Fan speed 4” to achieve a comfortable climate setting. Making Audio Selections Say a command like “Radio 97.1 FM” or “CD play track 5” to select that station or song. Getting Estimated Distance to Destination After a destination is entered, say “How far to destination?” to hear the remaining distance. 10 TSX ATG_3ab:ExtraPages.qxd 3/20/2009 2:04 PM Page f3 Commonly Used Voice Commands (continued) Press and release the NAVI Talk button before you give a command. General Commands Navigation Commands (Accepted on most screens) • Display map • Display menu • Setup (Accepted on map screen after a destination is entered) • Information • Display audio screen • What time is it? • How long/far to the destination? • Display destination • Display entire route Find Place Commands Display Commands (Accepted on map screen) • Find nearest: - ATM - gas station - Mexican restaurant - post office - bank - Acura dealer - airport - hospital (Accepted on map screen) • Display (or hide): - ATM - gas station - Mexican restaurant - post office 2010 TSX • Display north up/ heading up • Zoom in/out • Go home • Display current location 10 TSX ATG_3ab:ExtraPages.qxd 3/20/2009 2:04 PM Page g3 2010 TSX Commonly Used Voice Commands (continued) Press and release the NAVI Talk button before you give a command. Audio Commands (Accepted on most screens) • Radio on • Radio # FM/AM • Radio preset 1/2/3/4/5/6 • XM channel # • • • • • XM preset 1/2/3/4/5/6 CD play CD play track/disc # CD skip forward/back Auxiliary (AUX) play Setup Commands (Accepted on the setup screen) • Brightness up/down • Interface dial feedback on/off • Volume up/down/ • Guidance prompts min/max/off min/max/normal Climate Control Commands (Accepted on most screens) • Fan speed up/down • Air conditioner • Temperature # on/off degrees (# = 57–87) • Rear defrost on/off • Temperature max • Climate control hot/cold recirculate/fresh air Help Commands (Accepted on most screens) • Help (list of available commands for current screen) • Voice command help (list of all available navigation, audio, and climate control commands) 10 TSX ATG_3ab:ExtraPages.qxd 3/20/2009 2:04 PM Page h3 AcuraLink Real-Time TrafficTM * Provides continuously updated info, including traffic speed, incidents, and construction in major metro areas. Press and release the NAVI Talk button before you give a command. Displaying Traffic Information Say “Display traffic”** to view highway flow data. Displaying Traffic Incidents Say “Display traffic incidents”** to view a list of incidents in your area or on your specific route, which are listed by distance from your current position. Traffic Flow Data Heavy traffic Moderate traffic Free-flow traffic Incident Icons NOTE: Traffic flow and incident icons can only be displayed on map scales of 5 miles (8 km) or less. Accident Construction Congestion Road Closed * Subscription-based service through Sirius XM Radio® (free 90-day trial upon vehicle purchase) ** You can also display this information manually using the Interface Dial from the Map screen. 2010 TSX 10 TSX ATG_Base:Base 3/20/2009 2:02 PM Page 4 2010 TSX AcuraLink Real-Time WeatherTM * Provides current weather conditions, warnings, and forecasts in major metro areas. Displaying Weather Icons Checking Weather Forecasts and Warnings Press and release the NAVI Talk button before you give a command. 1. Say “Display information.” Say “Display weather”** to view weather icons for each city. These are available on all map scales. 2. Say “Weather information.” To view the weather forecast: say “Current position” or “City vicinity.” Clear Cloudy Rain Partly cloudy Fog Snow To view weather warnings: say “Warning list sorted by distance.” * Subscription-based service through Sirius XM Radio® (free 90-day trial upon vehicle purchase) ** You can also display this information manually using the Interface Dial from the Map screen. Voice Command/ HFL/Navigation 10 TSX ATG_Base:Base 3/20/2009 2:02 PM Page 5 AcuraLink® AcuraLink® Messages Acura periodically sends you messages on vehicle features, recall and safety information, maintenance reminders, and diagnostic information. New Messages 1. When you receive a new message, an envelope icon appears on the screen. 2. Push ENTER on the Interface Dial to bring up the Map menu. Select New Messages. 3. Select the message to hear it read aloud. View All Messages Press and release the NAVI Talk button before you give a command. 1. Say “Display information.” 2. Say “Messages” and a list of messages appears. 2010 TSX 3. Say the number of the message you want to hear. 10 TSX ATG_Base:Base 3/20/2009 2:02 PM Page 6 2010 TSX Schedule a Dealer Appointment Set up dealer appointments when you receive a maintenance minder or product update message. Register at the My Acura website (www.myacura.com), and make sure your Bluetooth-compatible phone is paired and correctly set up (see Pairing Your Phone). 1. Using the Interface Dial, open the maintenance or product update message. 2. Select “Schedule Dealer Appt.” 3. The system searches for the next available appointment at your dealer. Select “Confirm Appointment” if you are satisfied with the date. NOTE: If you are not satisfied with the available date, use the Call option to call your dealer directly. 4. Select “OK” to set the appointment. AcuraLink 10 TSX ATG_Base:Base 3/20/2009 2:02 PM Page 7 HomeLink®/Fuel Fill Door HomeLink® The HomeLink Universal Transceiver built into your vehicle can be programmed to operate up to three remote-controlled devices around your home, such as garage doors, lighting, or home security systems. Training a Button 1 2 Retraining a Button Position the remote transmitter you wish to link 1–3 inches from the HomeLink button you want to program. Press and hold the desired HomeLink button and the button on the remote transmitter. 3 a YES Press and hold the button on the remote and the HomeLink button at the same time. Then, while continuing to hold the HomeLink button, press and release the button on the remote every 2 seconds. Does the LED blink at a faster rate within 20 seconds? NO 1 Does the device (garage door opener) work? NO 4 Does the HomeLink indicator (LED) blink at a NO Press and hold the programmed HomeLink button for about a second. Press and hold the HomeLink button again. YES Training complete HomeLink indicator HomeLink LED flashes for 2 seconds, remains on. then remains on. a b YES 5 The remote has a rolling code. Press the “learn” button on the remote-controlled device (e.g., garage door opener). Within 30 seconds, press and hold the programmed HomeLink button for 2 seconds. Press the programmed HomeLink button again; the remote-controlled device should operate. 2010 TSX Press and hold the desired HomeLink button until the HomeLink indicator begins to flash slowly. Indicator remains on for about 25 seconds (standard transmitter). 2 Indicator flashes rapidly for 2 seconds, then remains on for about 23 seconds (rolling code transmitter). When the indicator begins to flash slowly, continue to hold the HomeLink button and follow steps 1– 4 under Training a Button. Erasing Codes To erase codes stored in all buttons, press and hold the two outer buttons until the HomeLink indicator begins to flash (about 10 to 20 seconds), then release the buttons. If you sell the vehicle, make sure to erase all codes. If you have any problems programming HomeLink, see the owner's manual included with the device you are trying to program, call HomeLink at (800) 355-3515 or visit www.homelink.com. 10 TSX ATG_Base:Base 3/20/2009 2:03 PM Page 8 2010 TSX Fuel Fill Door The vehicle has an easy to use locking fuel door that keeps your fuel cap secure. Opening the Fuel Fill Door When you unlock the driver’s door, the fuel door unlocks. Closing the Fuel Fill Door To close, push the fuel door flush to the body. To open, push and release the fuel door until it opens slightly. Then open fully. When you lock the driver’s door, the fuel door locks. HomeLink®/Fuel Fill Door 10 TSX ATG_Base:Base 3/20/2009 2:03 PM Page 9 Advanced Audio Components Bluetooth® Audio Plays audio files from your compatible phone through your vehicle’s audio system. Playing Bluetooth Audio Files 1. Make sure your phone is on and paired to HandsFreeLink (See HandsFreeLink). 2. Press the AUDIO button and press the AUX button repeatedly until “Bluetooth Audio” appears. Skipping Bluetooth Audio Files There are three ways to skip through audio files: Press () or () on the audio control panel. Move the selector knob to the left or right. 3. Press “play” on your phone; sound is redirected to the audio system. 2010 TSX 10 TSX ATG_9ab:ExtraPages.qxd 3/20/2009 2:04 PM Page a9 2010 TSX Skipping Bluetooth Audio Files (continued) Press (+) or (-) on the remote audio controls. Audio Options 1. Press the AUDIO button, then press the selector knob down to display the Audio Menu. 2. Turn the selector knob to select either RESUME/PAUSE or SOUND, then press ENTER. 10 TSX ATG_9ab:ExtraPages.qxd 3/20/2009 2:04 PM Page b9 Playing an iPod® or USB Flash Memory Device Some CD player controls also operate an iPod or USB flash memory device. Connecting and Beginning Play 1. Open the center console, and pull out the USB adapter cable. 3. Press the AUX button to begin playing. USB Adapter Cable USB Connector 2. Connect the USB connector to your iPod dock connector or flash drive. 2010 TSX 10 TSX ATG_Back Inside:Inside Back 3/20/2009 2:05 PM Page 10 2010 TSX The Note Function (models with navigation) Use the Note function to store up to 30 ten-second recordings of songs and song information from XM Radio. 1. To record a song sample, press and hold the XM button for about 2 seconds. 3. Turn the selector knob to select NOTE, then press ENTER. 2. To replay stored information, press the AUDIO button, and then push the selector knob down. 4. Turn the selector knob to select a sound file, then press ENTER. The selected song plays. Advanced Audio Components Acura ATG_US.qxd:Acura QSG_US.qxd 4/13/09 3:40 PM Page 6 About This Advanced Technology Guide Fuel Recommendation This Advanced Technology Guide has been prepared to help you get quickly acquainted with your new Acura, and to provide reference instructions on driving controls and convenience items. • Use only unleaded gasoline of 91 octane or higher. • Some gasoline in North America contains MMT, a manganese-based fuel additive. Prolonged and consistent use of gasoline containing MMT can deteriorate your vehicle’s performance, fuel economy, and the emissions control system. Always use MMT-free gasoline if alternatives exist. Failures caused by use of gasoline containing MMT may not be covered under warranty. However, this guide is not intended as a substitute for the Owner’s Manual. For complete information on operating the vehicle safely, please refer to the Owner’s Manual. As with the Owner’s Manual, this guide covers all models of the Acura TSX. Therefore, you may find descriptions of equipment and features that are not on your particular model. Safety Reminder Your vehicle is equipped with airbags. Airbags do not replace your seat belts; they add to the protection offered by seat belts. Airbags can help protect you in some types of collisions, but they do not provide protection in all collisions. Always make sure you and your passengers wear seat belts, and that young children are properly secured in a child seat or booster in the rear seat. Never place an infant seat in the front passenger’s seat as the force of a deploying airbag can seriously injure an infant. 31TL1Q10 00X31-TL1-Q100 • For further important information on fuel and lubricants for your car and information on gasoline that does not contain MMT, contact your dealer or visit Owner Link at www.acura.com. 2010 Acura TSX Advanced Technology Guide © 2009 American Honda Co., Inc. - All Rights Reserved Printed in U.S.A.
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