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2009 - Service Express
Table of Contents
Introduction ..................................4
Entering a Destination .............. 21
By Address Book...........................42
Manual Overview ............................4
System Overview ............................4
Accessories Precautions ..................5
Important Safety Information ..........5
Map Overview .................................6
By Address ....................................22
Adding Addresses to the Personal
Address Book................................ 42
Current Street .................................... 6
Verified/Unverified Street.................. 6
Selecting the State or Province........ 22
Selecting the City ............................. 22
Selecting the Street .......................... 24
Entering the Street Number ............. 26
By Intersection...............................26
User Agreement ............................8
Selecting the State or Province........ 27
Selecting the City ............................. 27
Selecting the Street .......................... 29
Getting Started ...........................10
By Places .......................................31
System Controls ............................10
Voice Control Basics.....................12
Finding the Place by Category ........ 31
Finding the Place by Name.............. 35
Finding the Place by Phone
Number ......................................... 35
Using the Voice Control System ...... 13
Improving Voice Recognition .......... 13
Selecting an Item (Button) on the
Screen .........................................14
Selecting an Item in a List .............14
Using the On-screen Keyboard .....15
System Start-up .............................16
Map Screen Legend.......................18
Map Screen Description ................19
Zoom In/Out..................................... 19
Map Scrolling .................................. 19
Displaying Current Location .........19
System Function Diagram .............20
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By Map Input.................................35
Showing the Map of Current
Position......................................... 36
Showing the Map of City.................. 37
Showing the Map of State ................ 37
Showing the Map of Continental
USA............................................... 38
By Previous Destinations...............39
By Today’s Destinations ...............40
Editing Today’s Destinations List ... 40
Adding Destinations to the List........ 41
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By Go Home ..................................43
Driving to Your Destination ..... 44
Driving to Your Destination ..........44
Calculate Route to Screen..............44
Changing the Routing Method......... 45
Viewing the Routes........................... 46
Viewing the Destination Map .......... 47
Map Screen ....................................47
Route Line ........................................ 47
Guidance Prompts ........................... 48
Map Screen Legend ......................... 49
Guidance Screen ............................50
Guidance Screen Legend ................. 50
Distance and Time to
Destination..................................51
Direction List .................................51
Exit Info.
(Freeway Exit Information).......... 52
Split-Screen Guidance ...................52
Map Scale ......................................53
Map Orientation.............................54
Destination Icon.............................55
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Landmark Icons .............................55
Information Features ................ 68
Showing Icons on the Map............... 57
Icon Options .................................... 57
Information Screen ........................68
Voice Command Help ...................68
Map Legend...................................69
Calendar.........................................69
Going Off the Route ......................59
Off-road Tracking..........................59
Viewing/Saving the Current
Location......................................60
Pop-Ups and Disclaimers ..............61
Changing the Route .......................62
Change Route By Screen ................. 62
Waypoints ........................................ 62
Reroute: Avoid Streets ..................... 64
Reroute: Detour............................... 64
Reroute: Change Routing Method... 64
Cancel Current Route...................... 65
Back to Current Route ..................... 65
Changing Your Destination...........65
Find Nearest (Voice command)....... 65
Go Home (Voice command) ............ 65
Using Joystick to Change
Destination ................................... 65
Entering a Destination from the Menu
Screen (while en route) ................ 67
Continue Trip Screen.....................67
Entering Your Schedule ................... 70
Calculator.......................................71
Unit Conversion............................... 71
System Setup .............................. 72
Setup Mode....................................72
Setup Screen (first) ........................72
Brightness ........................................ 72
Volume ............................................. 72
Display............................................. 73
Guidance Prompts ........................... 74
Contrast ........................................... 74
Navigation System
Vehicle...........................................89
Off-road Tracking ............................ 89
Correct Vehicle Position.................. 90
System Information .......................91
Basic Settings.................................91
Keyboard Layout.............................. 91
Units (mile or km) ............................ 91
Voice Recognition Feedback ........... 91
Clock Settings................................92
Clock Adjustment ............................. 92
Clock Type ....................................... 93
Color ..............................................94
Map Color........................................ 94
Menu Color ...................................... 94
Rearview Camera...........................95
Setup Screen (second) ...................75
Personal Information .....................75
Rearview Camera Brightness
Adjustment .................................... 95
Address Book ................................... 75
Home Address.................................. 79
PIN Number ..................................... 79
User Name ....................................... 80
Previous Destinations...................... 80
System Initialization .................. 96
Routing & Guidance......................81
Rerouting ......................................... 81
Unverified Area Routing.................. 82
Edit Avoid Area................................ 86
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Guidance Mode................................ 89
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System Initialization ......................96
Entering the Security Code............96
GPS Initialization...........................97
Map Matching................................97
System Limitations .................... 98
Database Limitations............... 100
Table of Contents
Customer Assistance ................102
Frequently Asked Questions... 122
Reporting Errors ..........................102
Honda Automobile Customer
Service ......................................102
Visiting Your Dealer ...................103
Obtaining a Navigation Update
DVD .........................................103
Changing the DVD ......................104
PC Card Operation ......................105
Troubleshooting....................... 132
Inserting the PC Card.................... 105
Voice Control of PC Card
Functions.................................... 105
CD/CD-R Operation....................105
Voice Control of CD Functions ..... 106
Coverage Areas.........................107
Map Coverage .............................107
U.S. Detailed Coverage Areas....... 107
Canada Detailed Coverage
Areas .......................................... 112
Operation in Alaska and
Hawaii ......................................120
Alaska ............................................ 120
Hawaii ........................................... 120
Shipping a Vehicle To or From
Hawaii ........................................ 121
Glossary .................................... 134
Glossary .......................................134
Voice Command Index............ 137
Global Commands .......................137
Navigation General
Commands................................137
Navigation Display
Commands................................138
Find Place Commands .................139
Climate Control Commands ........140
Temperature Voice Commands ...141
Radio Voice Commands..............141
CD Voice Commands..................142
PC Card Voice Commands..........142
CD Changer Voice Commands ...143
Information Screen Voice
Commands................................143
Setup Screen (first)
Commands................................143
On-Screen Commands.................144
On-Screen Commands Assist......... 144
Index ......................................... 146
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Introduction
Manual Overview
The manual is divided into the
following sections:
• Getting Started - A basic introduction
that discusses the controls and how to
communicate with the system.
• Entering a Destination - How to enter
an address or locate a point of interest
(POI).
• Driving to Your Destination - An
explanation of the map features,
guidance, and cautions.
The back of this manual contains:
• Map Coverage (page 107)
• Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
(page 122)
• Troubleshooting Guide (page 132)
• Glossary of Terms (page 134)
• Voice Command List (page 137)
• Operation Specific to Alaska and
Hawaii (page 120)
• Information Features - Voice
Command Help, Map Legend,
Calendar, and Calculator.
• System Setup - How to set up and
tailor the system for your personal
use and use the Address Book.
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System Overview
Your navigation system is a highly
sophisticated location system with voice
control that uses satellites and a map
database to show you where you are and
to help guide you to a desired
destination.
The navigation system receives signals
from the global positioning system
(GPS), a network of 24 satellites in orbit
around the earth. By receiving signals
from several of these satellites, the
navigation system can determine the
latitude, longitude, and elevation of
your vehicle. In addition, a gyroscopic
yaw sensor and a vehicle speed sensor
in your vehicle keep track of the
direction and speed of travel at all times.
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The navigation system applies this
location, direction, and speed
information to the maps and calculates a
route to the destination you enter. As
you drive to that destination, the system
provides map and voice guidance.
The navigation system is easy to use.
The locations of many places of
business and entertainment are already
entered in the system. You can select
any of them as a destination by using the
touch screen, joystick, or voice control.
There are several ways to enter a
destination, such as by point of interest
(POI), by address, by phone number,
and by selecting it from the map. The
last 50 destinations are saved for reuse
at a later date. The system also allows
you to store a home address to simplify
returning home from your destination.
Accessories Precautions
Important Safety Information
If you have front or side window tinting
installed, be aware that if the tint has
metallic properties, it can seriously
degrade or prevent GPS reception. This
is because the GPS antenna is located
under the dashboard.
The navigation system can distract your
attention from the road if you focus on
the screen or operate the system’s
controls while driving.
If you plan to install electronic
components, such as radar detectors,
vehicle tracking devices, remote
starters, additional amplifiers, or other
audio components, ensure that they are
not located near the navigation control
unit under the dashboard, near the
navigation screen in the dash, or near
the GPS antenna under the dashboard.
Signal noise emanating from these
devices can cause intermittent
disruption of the navigation system.
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Enter as much information as possible
into the system before you begin
driving, or when the vehicle is stopped.
Then, as you drive, listen to the audio
instructions and use voice commands
when possible.
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Introduction
WARNING
Using the navigation system
while driving can take your
attention away from the road,
causing a crash in which you
could be seriously injured or
killed.
Follow all operating instructions
and safety information in this
manual.
While driving, do not look at the screen
or operate the system controls for more
than a second or so at a time, and only
after deciding you can do so safely. Pull
to the side of the road if you need more
time to look at the screen or operate the
controls.
The navigation system is designed to
provide route information to help you
reach your destination. However, this
route guidance may sometimes conflict
with current road conditions such as
street closures, road construction,
detours, and out-of-date map data.
Additionally, the system itself has
certain limitations (see page 98).
Therefore, you must verify the audio
and visual route information provided
by the system by carefully observing the
roadway, signs and signals, etc. If you
are unsure, proceed with caution.
Always use your own good judgment,
and obey traffic laws while driving.
Map Overview
Current Street
The current street on which your vehicle
is appears at the bottom of the map
screen (see page 18). A message saying
“Not on a digitized road” may appear
instead when you drive half a mile away
from a mapped road. For more details,
see Off-road Tracking on page 59.
Verified/Unverified Street
Your navigation system has two kinds
of streets: verified (dark colored) and
unverified (light colored). The
differences between the two types of
streets are contrasted in the chart on
page 7.
“Unverified” Road
“Verified” Road
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Introduction
Verified streets (dark colored)
Unverified streets (light colored)
When
displayed
These roads are found within metropolitan areas, and
include interstate freeways and major roads
connecting cities.
These roads are found in rural areas, and typically include
residential streets away from the center of a town.
Street color
Shown on daytime map screen as black or red, such as
interstate freeways.
Shown on the daytime map screen as light brown.
The database vendor has verified these streets.
Information like turn restrictions, average speed, and
whether it is a one-way street have been gathered and
used when creating your route to a destination.
These streets have not been verified by the database vendor. The
system does not contain information on one-way streets, turn
restrictions, or the road’s average speed. They are shown on the
map for reference and may have errors in map location, naming,
and address range.
Routing
differences
While driving to your destination, the displayed route
line is solid blue. The system provides voice and map
guidance to your destination.
Your route line is either a blue dotted “vector line,” or a dashed
pink/blue line. For information on selecting this option, and the
routing differences, see Unverified Area Routing on page 82.
Cautions
There are no pop-up boxes urging extra caution during
a route. However, because roads constantly change,
you are urged to use common sense, and always obey
posted traffic restrictions.
Regardless of whether the user chooses route guidance, there are
cautionary screens before and during the route urging the user to
be extra cautious, and obey all traffic restrictions. See Unverified
Area Routing on page 82.
Guidance
voice
Voice guidance issues instructions such as “In a halfmile, make a right turn.”
The phrase “if possible” is added to each guidance instruction.
For example: “In a half-mile, make a right turn, if possible.”
Time and
distance
“to go”
The time and distance “to go,” displayed while en
route to a destination, is based on the average speed
and distance for the roads used for your route.
Because the average speed of these roads is not known, the time
and distance “to go” is based on a fixed average speed of 25 mph
for these roads.
Map quality
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User Agreement
In using this DVD “Satellite Linked
Navigation System” (the “DVD”),
which includes HONDA MOTOR CO.,
LTD. software, ALPINE
ELECTRONICS, INC. software,
NAVTEQ database contents, INFO
USA CORPORATION database, and
ZENRIN CO. database contents
(hereinafter referred to as “Licensors”),
you are bound by the terms and
conditions set forth below.
By using your copy of the DVD, you
have expressed your Agreement to the
terms and conditions of this Agreement.
You should, therefore, make sure that
you read and understand the following
provisions. If for any reason you do not
wish to be bound by the terms of this
Agreement, please return the DVD to
your dealer.
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• The DVD may not be copied,
duplicated, or otherwise modified, in
whole or in part, without the express
written permission of the Licensors.
• The DVD may not be transferred or
sublicensed to any third party for
profit, rent or loan, or licensed for
reuse in any manner.
• The Licensors do not guarantee to the
customer that the functions included
in the DVD meet the specific
objectives of the user.
• Licensor shall not be responsible for
any damages caused by the use of the
DVD to the actual user or to any third
party.
• The DVD may not be decompiled,
reverse engineered or otherwise
disassembled, in whole or in part.
• The DVD may not be used in a
network or by any other manner of
simultaneous use in multiple systems.
• The warranty on the DVD shall not
extend to an exchange or refund due
to misspelling, omission of letters, or
any other cosmetic discrepancy in the
contents of the DVD.
• The right to use the DVD shall expire
either when the user destroys the
DVD or software, or when any of the
terms of this Agreement are violated
and the Licensors exercise the option
to revoke the license to use the DVD
or software.
• The DVD is intended solely for
personal use (or internal use where
the end-user is a business) by the
consumer. The DVD is not to be used
for commercial purposes.
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User Agreement
• The terms and conditions hereof
apply to all subsequent users and
owners as well as to the original
purchaser.
• The logos of oil companies, hotels,
and convenience stores are displayed
for your information and
convenience, and in no way imply
any sponsorship, approval or
endorsement of these companies, or
their products. The logos are
trademarks of their respective
owners.
The user shall indemnify and save
harmless the Licensors, and their
officers, employees and agents, from
and against any claim, demand or
action, irrespective of the nature of the
cause of the claim, demand or action,
alleging loss, costs, expense, damages
or injuries (including injuries resulting
in death) arising out of the use or
possession of the DVD or software.
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Use, duplication, or disclosure of this
DVD by or on behalf of the United
States government is subject to
“Restricted Rights” as set forth at FAR
52.227-14, -19 or DFARS 252.2277013, as applicable. Manufacturers are
the Licensors, including HONDA
MOTOR CO., LTD., 2-1-1 Minami
Aoyama Minato-Ku Tokyo 107-8556
JAPAN., Alpine Electronics, Inc., 20-1
Yoshima Kogyodanchi, Iwaki,
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NAVTEQ Corporation, 222
Merchandise Mart, Suite 900, Chicago,
IL, 60654, INFO USA
CORPORATION, 5711 South 86th
Circle, Omaha, NE 68127., and
ZENRIN CO., LTD., 1-1-1 Muromachi,
Kokurakita-ku, Kitakyushu, Fukuoka
803-8630, JAPAN.
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Getting Started
System Controls
OPEN button
Tilts the screen down to access the CD,
DVD, and PC Card slots.
AUDIO button
CLOSE button
Return the screen to the original
position.
OPEN button
Screen
Joystick/ENT button
Pressing the OPEN button tilts the
screen down.
PC Card Slot
CD Slot
INFO button
MAP/GUIDE button
MENU button
SETUP button
CANCEL button
CLOSE button
ZOOM
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(IN)/
(OUT) buttons
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Navi DVD Slot
(Located behind
drop-down
cover)
NOTE:
• Voice commands are disabled when
the screen is tilted down.
• Press the CLOSE button to return
the screen to the upright position.
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Joystick/ENT button
Moves left, right, up, and down to move
the highlighting around the display, to
scroll through lists, or to look around a
displayed map. After making a selection
in a menu or list, push in on the joystick
to enter the selection into the system.
In almost all cases, you can enter a
selection into the system by using the
voice control system, highlighting the
item and pushing in on the joystick, or
by touching the appropriate item you
wish to select.
INFO button
Displays the screen for selecting Voice
Command Help, Map Legend,
Calendar, and Calculator. See
page 68.
MAP/GUIDE button
Displays the map. When en route,
switches between the map, guidance,
and Direction list screens. See page 18
or 49.
MENU button
Displays the Enter destination by
screen. When en route, displays the
Change route by screen.
SETUP button
Displays the Setup screens to change
and update information in the system.
See page 72.
CANCEL button
Cancels the current screen and returns to
the previous screen display.
NOTE:
The NAVI BACK button on the steering
wheel performs the same basic function.
ZOOM (IN)/ (OUT) buttons
Press ZOOM to zoom in (to show
more detail), or ZOOM to zoom out
(to show more area and less detail)
while a map screen is displayed.
ZOOM IN reduces the scale (showing
less area with greater detail). ZOOM
OUT increases the scale (showing more
area with less detail).
AUDIO button
Press to display the audio screen.
For information on audio system
features, see the Audio section of the
vehicle Owner’s manual.
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Other buttons
See the Audio section of the vehicle
Owner's manual.
Screen
All selections and instructions are
displayed on the screen. In addition, the
display is a “touch screen” – you can
enter information into the system by
touching the images (icons) on the
screen with your finger.
For example, if you need to enter a
street name, a keyboard will be
displayed. You can type in the street
name by saying or selecting the
individual characters on the screen.
Clean the screen with a soft damp cloth.
You may use a mild cleaner intended for
use on liquid crystal displays (LCDs).
Harsher chemicals may damage the
screen.
NOTE:
Whenever you shift to R (Reverse), the
rear view behind the vehicle is shown on
the navigation system screen.
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Getting Started
Voice Control Basics
Your vehicle has a voice control system
that allows hands-free operation of most
of the navigation system functions. You
can also control the audio system and
the climate control system. The voice
control system uses the NAVI TALK
and NAVI BACK buttons on the
steering wheel and a microphone near
the map lights on the ceiling.
NAVI TALK
button
NAVI BACK
button
Microphone
(on the ceiling)
NAVI TALK button
This button activates the voice control
system. Press and release it when you
want to give a voice command. See
Voice Command Index on page 137 for
a list of voice commands.
NOTE:
While using the voice control system, all
of the speakers are muted.
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NAVI BACK button
This button has the same function as the
CANCEL button. When you press and
release it, the display returns to the
previous screen. When the previous
screen appears, the system replays the
last prompt. This button is enabled for
the navigation system commands only.
However, it can be used to cancel an
audio or climate control voice command
up to one second after the command
confirmation.
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Getting Started
Using the Voice Control System
You should use the voice control system
as much as possible, and consider
manual entry using the joystick as a
backup method of entry.
Most of the system’s functions can be
controlled by voice commands activated
with the NAVI TALK button. To
control your navigation system by
voice:
• Press and release the NAVI TALK
button.
• Wait for the beep.
• Give a voice command.
Once the microphone picks up your
command, the system changes the
display in response to the command and
prompts you for the next command.
Using the NAVI TALK button, answer
the prompts as required.
If the system does not understand a
command or you wait too long to give a
command, it responds with “Pardon,”
“Please repeat,” or “Would you say
again.” If the system cannot perform a
command or the command is not
appropriate for the screen you are on, it
sounds a beep.
Anytime you are not sure of what voice
commands are available on a screen,
you can always say “Help” at any
screen. The system can then read the list
of commands to you.
When you speak a command, the system
generally either repeats the command as
a confirmation or asks you for further
information. If you do not wish to hear
this feedback, you can turn it off.
However, hearing the feedback will
familiarize you with the way the system
expects commands to be phrased. See
the Voice Recognition Feedback
setting in Setup.
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If you hear a prompt such as “Please use
the touch screen to...” or “Please choose
an area with the joystick,” the system is
asking for input that cannot be
performed using the voice control
system.
Improving Voice Recognition
To achieve optimum voice recognition,
the following guidelines should be
followed:
NOTE:
Make sure the correct screen is
displayed for the voice command that
you are using. See Voice Command
Index on page 137.
• Lower the A/C fan speed during
voice recognition operation, and
adjust the airflow from both the
dashboard and side vents so they do
not blow against the microphone on
the ceiling.
• Close the windows and the sunroof.
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• If more than one person is speaking at
the same time, the system may
misinterpret your command.
• After pressing and releasing the
NAVI TALK button, wait for the
beep, then give a voice command.
• Give a voice command in a clear,
natural speaking voice without
pausing between words.
• If the system cannot recognize your
command because of background
noise, speak louder.
• If you are still having trouble with the
voice control system, refer to Voice
Command Help on the
Information screen.
Selecting an Item (Button)
on the Screen
On most screens, there are items that
can be selected (like buttons with titles
such as OK or Return). To select an
item on any screen, do one of the
following:
• Use the voice control system and say
the name of the desired item. Almost
all selectable items on the screen,
including some listed items, are
recognized by the voice control
system.
• Touch the desired item on the screen.
• Move the highlighting to the desired
item with the joystick, then push in
on the joystick.
Tip:
If items are grayed out, this means that
they cannot be selected.
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Selecting an Item in a List
To scroll through a list, do one of the
following:
• Use the joystick to scroll through the
list item by item.
• Use the voice control system and say
“Next” or “Previous” or use the “onscreen” scroll up or down buttons, or
the ZOOM buttons to scroll through
the list page by page.
If you cannot find the desired name, or
have made an error, return to the
previous screen by pressing the
CANCEL or the NAVI BACK button.
To select the desired item in the list, do
one of the following:
• Use the voice control system, and say
the item number of the desired item.
• Touch the item on the screen.
• Use the joystick to move the
highlighting to the item, then push in
on the joystick.
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Using the On-screen
Keyboard
The names that can be used for each letter are shown below. For additional keyboard
symbols, see page 144.
When the system needs input from you,
the display changes to a keyboard. Use
the displayed letters to enter the
information. Enter each letter by one of
the following methods:
• Using the voice control system, say
the desired letter on the screen.
• Move the highlighting to the desired
letter using the joystick, then push in
on the joystick.
• Touch the desired letter on the screen.
When speaking the letters or using
“spell mode,” you can substitute the
name that represents each letter or
symbol. This improves recognition. The
system will only respond to the names
shown in the following graphic. For
example:
Alpha
Apple
Bravo
Boy
Charlie
Delta
Dog
Echo
Edward
Foxtrot
Frank
Golf
George
Hotel
Henry
India
Igloo
Juliet
John
Apostrophe
Kilo
King
Lima
Larry
Mike
Mary
November
Nancy
Oscar
Papa
Paul
Quebec
Queen
Romeo
Robert
Sierra
Sam
Tango
Tom
Ampersand
Uniform
Uncle
Victor
Whiskey
William
X-ray
Yankee
Yellow
Zulu
Zebra
Slash
• To select the letter “A”: Say, “A”;
“Alpha”; or “Apple.”
• To select the letter “M”: Say, “M”;
“Mike”; or “Mary.”
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Each entered letter will appear at the top
of the display. Say or select Space to
enter a space between words. Say or
select Delete to erase a letter entered
incorrectly.
You can choose to have your keyboard
displayed in alphabetized format as
shown below:
Or in a regular keyboard (QWERTY)
format as shown below:
Tip:
If you are unsure of the spelling of a
name, enter the letters that you are sure
of, and then select List. The system
displays a list of names that most closely
matches your input.
NOTE:
The OK button does not appear
immediately. It appears after the
software is loaded.
See Keyboard Layout in the Setup
screen (second).
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When you turn the ignition to ON (II), it
takes several seconds for the navigation
system to boot up.
The first screen to appear is the
navigation system globe screen. The
screen then changes to the Disclaimer
screen:
When entering an address, the system
searches the database for words that
match the letters you are entering. As a
result, you will notice that some letters
are no longer available.
When the system finds only one entry
that matches, it completes the entry of
the name for you. If the system finds
more than one entry that matches your
input, the system displays a list.
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Read this disclaimer carefully so you
understand it before continuing. Push in
on the joystick, or touch OK, and the
map screen will appear on the display.
The “OK” cannot be activated by voice.
By touching CLOCK TYPE, you can
change the design of the clock screen.
For details of the clock type, see
page 74.
If you select OK, the reminder will not
show up again. If you wish to have the
reminder show up again later in the day,
touch the Remind Later button.
NOTE:
If you do not select OK, and then enter
the Setup or Information screens, some
items are not available and will show up
as darkened buttons (grayed out). See
System Function Diagram on page 20.
Tip:
For information on clock adjustment,
see page 92.
If you press the CANCEL button, the
message will be displayed the next time
you start the vehicle.
To return to the Disclaimer screen,
press the MENU or MAP/GUIDE
button.
If you do not press the joystick or touch
OK, the screen will turn to the clock
screen after 30 seconds.
If you have entered any Calendar
reminders, they are displayed after you
select OK.
NOTE:
The system will display the current
message and any older or previously
unread messages, with the newest
message listed first.
If you are not planning to use the
navigation system at this time, touch
DISPLAY OFF to turn off the screen.
The Calendar reminder screen
remains displayed until you select OK
or Remind Later, or press the
CANCEL button.
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Main Menu
Getting Started
Map Screen Legend
Map Orientation
(see page 54)
“Breadcrumbs”
(see Off-road Tracking
on page 59)
“North Up”
“Heading Up”
GPS Signal Strength
: Best Reception
: Good Reception
Missing: Poor/No Reception
Landmark Icon - Generic (see page 55)
Honda Dealer
Acura Dealer
Hospital
School
Grocery Store
Restaurant
Gas Station
ATM
Hotel/Lodging
Parking Lot
Parking Garage
Post Office
Freeway Exit Information
Streets
(see Map Overview on page 6)
Interstates or Freeways
Verified Streets
Unverified Streets
Current Map Scale
(see page 53)
One-Way Traffic Icon (1/20 mile scale only)
(see page 55)
Map Features
ICON Button
(see page 57)
Vehicle Position (see page 60)
Clock
(Use voice command “Display the current location,”
(see page 92)
or touch the icon to show current location.)
CURRENT STREET/AUDIO INFO
Status Bar
Current street name or audio information is displayed. You can switch
this information by touching CURRENT STREET/AUDIO INFO.
(For information on the Current Street, see page 6.)
NOTE:
See Map Legend on the Information screen for further explanation.
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: Park
: Water Area
: Hospital
: Cemetery
: Shopping Mall
: University
: Golf Course
: Indian Reservation
: Airport/Stadium/Business
NOTE:
If you move the joystick over an area (map features
shown above), the name is displayed on the screen.
Main Menu
Getting Started
Map Screen Description
Zoom In/Out
Use the ZOOM buttons to change the
scale of the map. Zooming in increases
the detail, while zooming out gives you
a wide area view. After changing the
scale, give the system a few moments to
update the display.
Map Scrolling
To view other areas on the map, move
the joystick left, right, up, or down. The
map will shift in that direction. To
return the map to your current location,
press either the MAP/GUIDE, the
CANCEL, or the NAVI BACK button.
Displaying Current Location
You can say “Display current location”
or touch the vehicle position icon at any
time to see the current address, latitude,
longitude, and elevation. The screen
will change to:
You can say “Save current location” or
select Save on the screen to save the
current location in your Address Book.
Select Return to return to the previous
screen.
NOTE:
The elevation will not appear when the
system is temporarily lacking proper
GPS information. The system elevation
may not agree with elevations shown on
roadside elevation signs, and may
fluctuate plus or minus 100 feet or more.
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System Function Diagram
Main Menu
Entering a Destination
When you press the MENU button, the
display changes to:
Address (see page 22)
This selection requires you to enter the
city (and possibly the state) and the
address that you want to go to.
Intersection (see page 26)
This selection allows you to enter the
names of two intersecting streets in a
city. This is useful if you know the
general location of your destination, but
not the exact address.
Places (see page 31)
The system has been programmed with
the locations of many businesses, parks,
hospitals, etc. This selection lets you
search these by category, name, or
phone number.
Map Input (see page 35)
This selection allows you to point to a
destination on the map using the
joystick. This allows you to enter a
destination or address that may not be
listed in the database.
Previous Destinations (see page 39)
When you enter a destination with any
of the available selections (except
Address Book and Go Home), the
last 50 destinations are saved by the
system. Use this selection to choose a
destination again.
NOTE:
If Previous Destinations is grayed
out, there are no Previous Destinations
entered.
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Today’s Destinations (see page 40)
You can enter and sort up to five
destinations and store them in the
Today’s Destinations list. You can then
use the Today’s Destination selection.
NOTE:
If Today’s Destinations is grayed
out, there are no Today’s Destinations
entered.
Address Book (see page 42)
This selection allows you to select a
stored address. The system can store up
to a combined total of 200 User 1 and
User 2 addresses.
Go Home (see page 43)
This selection allows you to select your
home or a common place as a
destination.
NOTE:
If you have no home address entered,
the system prompts you for one.
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Main Menu
Entering a Destination
By Address
After you select Address from the
Enter destination by screen, the
display changes to:
Tip:
• When entering an address by voice, it
is more efficient to say the city name
first, then the street name.
• When entering an address by touch, it
is usually easier to enter the street
first. A city or cities that the street
appears in will be displayed. For
your convenience, you do not have to
enter both city and street.
NOTE:
• If you find that your city is not listed,
it may be part of a larger
metropolitan area. Try entering the
street first.
• Prior to departure, you can set areas
to avoid. The system then includes
them in its calculations for the
destination you have entered. See
Edit Avoid Area on page 86.
Selecting the State or Province
The state you are in is displayed at the
top of the screen. If your desired
destination is in another state, select
Change State.
Selecting the City
This is helpful if the street runs through
several cities, and you know what city
includes the street. The city you are in is
displayed on the screen. If the city you
want is displayed on the screen, say
“Select current city.” If your desired
destination is in another city, say or
enter that city.
By Voice Control:
Say “City” on the Find address by
screen, and the display changes to the
Say city name screen. Say the city
name and the searching will begin.
The display then changes to the Enter
state name screen. Use the voice
control system and say the name of the
state or use the on-screen keyboard to
enter the name of the state.
NOTE:
To improve voice recognition when
saying the city name, pronounce the
syllables as clearly as possible.
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Main Menu
Entering a Destination
To enter the city name by voice spelling,
say or select CHANGE TO Spell
Mode on the Say city name screen,
and the display will change to the Enter
city name screen. Say the city name by
saying individual letters, or words that
represent the letters, one at a time.
The system has a talk back function. If
your spoken letter is not recognized, the
system will talk back to you. For
example, if you say “E” but the system
does not recognize the command, it will
ask you, “Please select the number of
the input letter from the list,” and the
following pop-up box will appear:
By Touch Control:
Select City, and the display then
changes to the Enter city name screen.
Use the on-screen keyboard to enter the
name of the city.
The system will display a list of city
names, with the closest match to the
name you entered at the top of the list.
Select the number (1-6) of the desired
city from the list.
You should select a letter by saying the
number.
Alternatively, to improve voice
recognition, you can say “Echo” or
“Edward” instead of “E.”
See page 15 for a list of available words
for each letter.
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Main Menu
Entering a Destination
If the system does not find an exact
match, select List when you finish
entering the name of the city. Most of
the cities and towns for that state are
listed.
Listings of cities and towns in the nondetailed coverage area may have an
asterisk “*” next to their names. If you
select one, a pop-up box is displayed
saying, “No detailed street data...”, and
a street address cannot be entered (see
Map Coverage on page 107). Try
entering the street first, and then select
the city if available.
Select View Dest. Map and use the
joystick to select an icon, approximate
area, or street you wish to choose as
your destination. Otherwise, a central
location of the city will be selected. If
you select a point of interest (POI) or
road in an unverified area, you may or
may not have routing in these areas. See
Map Overview on page 6.
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Selecting the Street
By Voice Control:
After you have selected the city, or if
you say “Street” on the Find address
by screen, the display changes to the
Say street name screen. Say the street
name and the searching will begin.
To enter the street name by voice
spelling, say or select CHANGE TO
Spell Mode on the Say street name
screen, and the display will change to
the Enter street name screen.
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Say the street name by saying individual
letters or numbers, or words that
represent the letters, one at a time.
Main Menu
Entering a Destination
The system has a talk back function. If
your spoken letter is not recognized, the
system will talk back to you. For
example, if you say “E” but the system
does not recognize the command, it will
ask you, “Please select the number of
the input letter from the list,” and the
following pop-up box will appear:
By Touch Control:
After you have selected the city, or if
you selected Street in the beginning,
the display changes to the Enter street
name screen. Use the on-screen
keyboard to enter the name of the street
(like ELM or 42ND) that is your
destination.
The system will display a list of street
names, with the closest match to the
name you entered at the top of the list.
Select the number (1-6) of the desired
street from the list.
To enter the name of a major highway,
you must use the full name, including a
hyphen. For interstates, use an “I” (I10). For U.S. highways, use “US” (US18). For state highways, use the two
character state designation (CA-101).
For county roads, use the appropriate
designation (G-2, for example).
You should select a letter by saying the
number.
Alternatively, to improve voice
recognition, you can say “Echo” or
“Edward” instead of “E.”
See page 15 for a list of available words
for each letter.
Tip:
When entering a street, you do not need
to enter the direction (N, S, E, W) or the
type (St, Ave, etc.). The system will
automatically determine that for you,
based on your entered city and street
number.
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Main Menu
Entering a Destination
Entering the Street Number
After you have completed the street
name, the display changes to the Enter
street number screen. Use the voice
control system and say the address
number as a continuous string of
numbers. For example, the address 1527
should be spoken as “One, five, two,
seven.” You can also use the on-screen
keyboard to enter the street number.
Some address numbers may not be
available on the selected street. For
example, let’s say the individual address
ranges for a selected street name are 1 20 and 9,000 - 10,000, with an overall
range shown on the display of 1 to
10,000. If you try to enter a number
outside the individual address ranges
such as 500, the system will show this
number as unavailable (grayed out).
• When using the on-screen keyboard,
the system only allows you to choose
available address numbers.
• When using voice control, the system
beeps if you try to select an
unavailable (grayed out) address
number.
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If you did not select a city in the
beginning, the street name you selected
might appear in more than one city. The
system will give you a list of cities that
the street appears in. Select the desired
city from the list. The system then
displays the Calculate route to screen
(see Driving to Your Destination on
page 44).
Tip:
If the particular address you want
cannot be found, select Map Input and
use the joystick to select the appropriate
location on the map (see By Map Input
on page 35).
Select View Dest. Map and use the
joystick to select an icon, approximate
area, or street you wish to choose as
your destination. Otherwise, a central
location of the street will be selected. If
you select a point of interest (POI) or
road in an unverified area, you may or
may not have routing in these areas. See
Map Overview on page 6.
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By Intersection
After you select Intersection from the
Enter destination by screen, the
display changes to:
Tip:
When entering an address, it is usually
easier to enter the street first. A city or
cities that the street appears in will be
displayed. For your convenience, you
do not have to enter both city and street.
Main Menu
Entering a Destination
NOTE:
• If you find that your city is not listed,
it may be part of a larger
metropolitan area. Try entering the
street first.
• Prior to departure, you can set areas
to avoid. The system then includes
them in its calculations for the
destination you have entered. See
Edit Avoid Area on page 86.
Selecting the State or Province
The state you are in is displayed at the
top of the screen. If your desired
destination is in another state, select
Change State.
Selecting the City
This is helpful if the street runs through
several cities, and you know what city
includes the street. The city you are in is
displayed on the screen. If the city you
want is displayed on the screen, say
“Select current city.” If your desired
destination is in another city, say or
enter another city.
To enter the city name by voice spelling,
say or select CHANGE TO Spell
Mode on the Say city name screen,
and the display will change to the Enter
city name screen.
Say the city name by saying individual
letters, or words that represent the
letters, one at a time.
By Voice Control:
Say “City” on the Find intersection by
screen, and the display changes to the
Say city name screen. Say the city
name and the searching will begin.
The display then changes to the Enter
state name screen. Use the voice
control system and say the name of the
state or use the on-screen keyboard to
enter the name of the state.
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Main Menu
Entering a Destination
The system has a talk back function. If
your spoken letter is not recognized, the
system will talk back to you. For
example, if you say “E” but the system
does not recognize the command, it will
ask you, “Please select the number of
the input letter from the list,” and the
following pop-up box will appear:
By Touch Control:
Select City, and the display then
changes to the Enter city name screen.
Use the on-screen keyboard to enter the
name of the city.
If the system does not find an exact
match, select List when you finish
entering the name of the city. Most of
the cities and towns for that state are
listed.
The system will display a list of city
names, with the closest match to the
name you entered at the top of the list.
Select the number (1-6) of the desired
city from the list.
Listings of cities and towns in the nondetailed coverage area may have an
asterisk “*” next to their names. If you
select one, a pop-up box is displayed
saying, “No detailed street data...”, and
a street address cannot be entered (see
Map Coverage on page 107).
Select View Dest. Map and use the
joystick to select an icon, approximate
area, or street you wish to choose as
your destination. Otherwise, a central
location of the city will be selected. If
you select a point of interest (POI) or
road in an unverified area, you may or
may not have routing in these areas. See
Map Overview on page 6.
You should select a letter by saying the
number.
Alternatively, to improve voice
recognition, you can say “Echo” or
“Edward” instead of “E.”
See page 15 for a list of available words
for each letter.
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Main Menu
Entering a Destination
Selecting the Street
By Voice Control:
After you have selected the city, or if
you say “Street” on the Find
intersection by screen, the display
changes to the Say street name screen.
Say the street name and the searching
will begin.
Say the street name by saying individual
letters or numbers, or words that
represent the letters, one at a time.
The system has a talk back function. If
your spoken letter is not recognized, the
system will talk back to you. For
example, if you say “E” but the system
does not recognize the command, it will
ask you, “Please select the number of
the input letter from the list,” and the
following pop-up box will appear:
After you have completed the first
name, the display changes to the Say
intersecting street screen. Say the
name of the other intersecting street.
You should select a letter by saying the
number.
To enter the street name by voice
spelling, say or select CHANGE TO
Spell Mode on the Say street name
screen, and the display will change to
the Enter street name screen.
Alternatively, to improve voice
recognition, you can say “Echo” or
“Edward” instead of “E.”
See page 15 for a list of available words
for each letter.
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Main Menu
Entering a Destination
By Touch Control:
After you have selected the city, or if
you select Street in the beginning, the
display changes to the Enter street
name screen. Use the on-screen
keyboard to enter one of the names (like
ELM or 42ND) of the intersecting
streets.
To enter the name of a major highway,
you must use the full name, including a
hyphen. For interstates, use an “I” (I10). For U.S. highways, use “US” (US18). For state highways, use the two
character state designation (CA-101).
For county roads, use the appropriate
designation (G-2, for example).
Tip:
When entering a street, you do not need
to enter the direction (N, S, E, W) or the
type (St, Ave, etc.). The system will
automatically determine that for you.
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The system will display a list of street
names, with the closest match to the
name you entered at the top of the list.
Select the number (1-6) of the desired
street from the list.
After you have completed the first street
name, the display changes to the Enter
intersecting street screen.
Enter the name of the other intersecting
street using the on-screen keyboard.
If you did not select a city in the
beginning, and the intersection appears
in more than one city, you will see the
Select a city screen. The system will
give you a list of cities that the
intersection appears in. Select the
desired city from the list. If more than
one intersection appears in a city, select
the desired intersection from the Select
an intersection screen. The system
then displays the Calculate route to
screen (see Driving to Your Destination
on page 44).
Tip:
If the particular intersection you want
cannot be found, select Map Input and
use the joystick to select the appropriate
location on the map (see By Map Input
on page 35).
Select View Dest. Map and use the
joystick to select an icon, approximate
area, or street you wish to choose as
your destination. Otherwise, a central
location of the street will be selected. If
you select a point of interest (POI) or
road in an unverified area, you may or
may not have routing in these areas. See
Map Overview on page 6.
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Main Menu
Entering a Destination
By Places
After you select Places from the Enter
destination by screen, the display
changes to:
There are three ways to find a place or
point of interest (POI), by Category,
Name, or Phone Number.
Let’s assume you want to find a coffee
shop (restaurant) called “Bucks.”
• If you know the phone number of the
coffee shop, select Phone Number,
then enter the 10-digit number with
area code. This is the quickest way to
find it.
• The second best method is to select
Category, Restaurant, and type of
food. After you select Place Name
by Keyword and search method,
enter the keyword “Bucks.” The list
will include all restaurants that have
the letters “bucks” anywhere in the
name.
• You can try to enter “Bucks” using
Name, but you may have to search
through a list that might include
Bucks Welding, Bucks Surplus, etc.
NOTE:
• Prior to departure, you can set areas
to avoid. The system then includes
them in its calculations for the
destination you have entered. See
Edit Avoid Area on page 86.
• You can enter the desired destination
using the voice control system. For
information on the available voice
commands, see Voice Command
Index on page 137.
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Finding the Place by Category
The Category option gives you a list of
categories or types of businesses to
select from with the following screen:
Tip:
If you are not sure of the spelling of a
place, the best way to find it is to use the
keyword search. Select Category,
choose a category and subcategory
from the menus, then select Place
Name by Keyword, and enter the
partial name.
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Entering a Destination
Auto Service
The subcategories are Acura Dealers,
Honda Dealers, Gas Stations, etc.
Banking
The subcategories are ATM, Bank, etc.
Community
The subcategories are City Hall, Civic/
Community Center, Convention/
Exhibition Center, Court House, Higher
Education, Library, Post Office, School,
etc.
Emergency
The subcategories are Hospital, Police
Station, Roadside Assistance, etc.
Lodging
The subcategories are Bed & Breakfast,
Hotel/Motel, etc.
Leisure
The subcategories are Amusement Park,
Golf Course, Historical Monument,
Marina, Movie Theater, Museum, Park/
Recreation Area, Performing Arts,
Sports Complex, and Tourist Attraction.
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Restaurant
This category is broken down into types
of food, giving you a selection by each
type: All Types, American, French,
Japanese, etc.
Tip:
When trying to find a specific
restaurant, select the category ALL
TYPES. Some restaurants may be
miscategorized.
Shopping
The subcategories are All Shopping,
Accessories/Jewelry, Auto Parts &
Electronics, Books/Music/Video,
Clothing, Groceries, Home
Improvement, Mall/Department Store,
Office Supplies/Electronics, Pharmacy/
Drug Store, Pet Food/Supplies, Sewing/
Linen, Shoes/Bags, Sporting Goods, and
Toys/Arts/Crafts.
Tip:
When trying to find a specific store,
select the category ALL SHOPPING.
Some stores may not be in the right
category.
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Travel
The subcategories are Airport,
Automobile Club, Bed & Breakfast, Bus
Station, Camping, Commuter Rail
Station, Ferry Terminal, Hotel/Motel,
Named Place, Park & Ride, Parking
Garage/House, Parking Lot, Rental Car
Agency, Resort, Rest Area, Tourist
Information, Train Station, etc.
Advanced
If you do not find the category or
subcategory you need in the other
options, you can find the categories with
a keyword. When you select this option,
the display changes to the Enter
keyword for category screen. Enter the
keyword using the on-screen keyboard.
When the system finds the categories
with the keyword you entered, the display
changes to the Select a category screen.
Select the desired category.
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Entering a Destination
After selecting a category, the system
will give you the options of Place
Name by Keyword, Sort by
Distance to Travel, City Vicinity, or
Place Name with the following
screen:
Place Name by Keyword
If you do not know the exact name of
the destination, you can find the place
with a keyword. When you select this
option, the display changes to:
If you select the Sort by Distance to
Travel option, the Enter keyword for
place screen appears. Enter the
keyword using the on-screen keyboard.
If the system does not find an exact
match, select List when you finish
entering the keyword. The system starts
searching for places that match the
entered keyword. If you see your
desired place, select it from the list.
If not, scroll through the list to find the
desired place.
You can find your destination with a
keyword using the Sort by Distance
to Travel option or City Vicinity
option.
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Main Menu
Entering a Destination
If you select the City Vicinity option,
the Enter city name screen appears.
Enter the name of the city using the onscreen keyboard. The system will
display a list of city names, with the
closest match to the name you entered at
the top of the list. Select your desired
city name from the list. Once you have
selected your desired city name, the
Enter keyword for place screen
appears. Enter the keyword using the
on-screen keyboard to specify the
desired place.
Once you select a place, the system then
displays the Calculate route to screen
(see Driving to Your Destination on
page 44).
Sort by Distance to Travel
When you select this option, the system
gives you a list of all the places in the
subcategory. This list is arranged by
distance from your current location,
with the closest at the top of the list.
Once you have selected the city, the
display changes to Enter a place name
screen. Enter the name of the place
using the on-screen keyboard.
The distance and direction to the
destination at the top of the list are
shown in the screen. The distance
shown is straight line distance (as the
crow flies), not driving distance. Select
the number (1-4) of the desired
destination from the list.
Once you select a place, the system then
displays the Calculate route to screen
(see Driving to Your Destination on
page 44).
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City Vicinity
The system allows you to find points of
interest in the vicinity of the city you
entered. When you select this option,
the display changes to Enter city name
screen. Enter the name of the city using
the on-screen keyboard. If the system
does not find an exact match, select List
when you finish entering the name of
the city. Select a desired city from the
list.
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Once you select a place, the system then
displays the Calculate route to screen
(see Driving to Your Destination on
page 44).
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Entering a Destination
Place Name
When you select this option, the display
changes to Enter a place name screen.
Enter your selection, using the onscreen keyboard.
Once you select a place, the system then
displays the Calculate route to screen
(see Driving to Your Destination on
page 44).
Finding the Place by Name
The Name option allows you to enter
the name of a business, and then shows
you a list of businesses with the same or
similar names to select from. Use the
name option only if you know the exact
spelling of the place. If unsure, use the
Category option.
Finding the Place by Phone
Number
The Phone Number option allows
you to select a destination by its
telephone number. Only telephone
numbers stored in the system under the
Places (of business) option are
recognized. The system does not contain
residential telephone numbers, or
numbers you may have entered in your
personal Address Book.
Tip:
If you know the phone number of a point
of interest (POI), its uniqueness makes it
the fastest entry method. When using the
voice control system, the entry should be
spoken as a continuous string of
numbers. For example, the telephone
number (310) 555-4000 should be
spoken as “Three, one, zero, five, five,
five, four, zero, zero, zero.”
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By Map Input
After you select Map Input from the
Enter destination by screen, the
display changes to:
NOTE:
• Prior to departure, you can set areas
to avoid. The system then includes
them in its calculations for the
destination you have entered. See
Edit Avoid Area on page 86.
• For information on the available
voice commands, see Voice
Command Index on page 137.
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Main Menu
Entering a Destination
Showing the Map of Current
Position
The Current Position selection
assumes that you are looking for a
destination in the immediate area. The
display changes to:
If desired, use the ZOOM buttons to
change the map scale. When you have
the crosshairs on the desired icon, map
feature, or road, push in on the joystick.
The address of the location will appear
at the top of the screen.
NOTE:
The selected icon or road segment is
displayed on the 1/2 mile (800 meter) or
less map scale.
If this is the desired destination, push in
on the joystick again. If not, use the
joystick to reposition the crosshairs,
then push in on the joystick again to
display the new address.
The red arrow indicates your vehicle
position. Find your desired destination
by moving the joystick left, right, up, or
down. The map and crosshairs will
move in the same direction.
The yellow box indicates the area you
will see when you click on the current
map with the joystick. The scale will
decrease each time you push in on the
joystick, until Select a destination
appears at the top of the screen.
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If you selected a single icon or road
segment within the target mark, the
following screen appears. Push in on the
joystick again to calculate a route to the
selected destination.
Main Menu
Entering a Destination
If you selected multiple icons within the
cursor radius, the following screen
appears. Select an item from the list.
Then select OK to calculate a route to
the selected destination.
Showing the Map of City
With the City selection, the display
changes to the Enter city name screen.
When you have entered the desired city,
the display changes to a map. The
starting location will be the central
position in the selected city.
See Showing the Map of Current
Position on page 36 for instructions on
finding and entering your desired
destination.
Once you select an address, the system
then displays the Calculate route to
screen (see Driving to Your Destination
on page 44).
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Showing the Map of State
With the State selection, the display
changes to the Enter state name
screen.
After you select the desired state, the
display changes to a map of the state,
with the crosshairs located near the
middle.
The yellow box indicates the area you
will see when you click on the current
map with the joystick. The scale will
decrease each time you push in on the
joystick, until Select a destination
appears at the top of the screen.
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Main Menu
Entering a Destination
Use the joystick to move the crosshairs
to the area of the state close to your
intended destination. If desired, use the
ZOOM buttons to change the map scale.
When you have the crosshairs in the
desired area, push in on the joystick.
The address of the location you have
selected will appear at the top of the
screen.
NOTE:
The selected icon or road segment is
displayed on the 1/2 mile (800 meter) or
less map scale.
If this is the desired address, push in on
the joystick again. If not, use the
joystick to reposition the crosshairs,
then push in on the joystick again to
display the new address.
Showing the Map of Continental
USA
With the Continental USA selection,
the display changes to:
If you selected a single icon or road
segment, push in on the joystick again to
select the new address. If you selected
multiple icons within the cursor radius,
select an item from the list on the
screen.
Once you select an address, the system
then displays the Calculate route to
screen (see Driving to Your Destination
on page 44).
The yellow box indicates the area you
will see when you click on the current
map with the joystick. The scale will
decrease each time you push in on the
joystick, until Select a destination
appears at the top of the screen.
Use the joystick to move the crosshairs
to the area of the country for your
intended destination. Then push in on
the joystick.
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Main Menu
Entering a Destination
By Previous Destinations
If desired, use the ZOOM buttons to
change the map scale. When you have
the crosshairs on the desired icon, map
feature, or road, push in on the joystick.
The address of the location you have
selected will appear at the top of the
screen.
Every time you route to a destination,
that destination is saved by the system.
Up to 50 destinations can be stored.
Select Previous Destinations from
the Enter destination by screen to
choose one of those destinations.
NOTE:
The selected icon or road segment is
displayed on the 1/2 mile (800 meter) or
less map scale.
After you select Previous
Destinations, the display lists the last
50 destinations entered, with the most
recent appearing first.
If this is the desired address, push in on
the joystick again. If not, use the
joystick to reposition the crosshairs,
then push in on the joystick again to
display the new address.
NOTE:
• If Previous Destinations is
grayed out, there are no Previous
Destinations entered.
• When finishing a “Today’s
Destinations” trip, the Today’s
Destinations list entries are stored to
this list, beginning with the date (e.g.,
item 1 shown on the previous screen).
• Because both the Home address and
personal Address Book list can be
protected by a PIN, they do not show
up in the previous destination list.
If you selected a single icon or road
segment, push in on the joystick again to
select the new address. If you selected
multiple icons within the cursor radius,
select an item from the list on the
screen.
Once you select an address, the system
then displays the Calculate route to
screen (see Driving to Your Destination
on page 44).
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Entering a Destination
Scroll through the list and say the line
number (1-6) of the destination, or touch
the desired destination you want.
Once you select the desired destination,
the system then displays the Calculate
route to screen (see Driving to Your
Destination on page 44).
By Today’s Destinations
You can create a “trip” by combining up
to five destinations previously selected
on the Calculate route to screen.
Select Today’s Destinations from
the Enter destination by screen and the
display changes to:
NOTE:
• Prior to departure, you can set areas
to avoid. The system then includes
them in its calculations for the
destination you have entered. See
Edit Avoid Area on page 86.
• For information on the available
voice commands, see Voice
Command Index on page 137.
NOTE:
If Today’s Destinations is grayed
out, there are no Today’s Destinations
entered.
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Editing Today’s Destinations
List
If you change your plans, you can
modify the Today’s Destinations list
order by distance, or by order of entry.
Say or select Input to sort the list by the
entry order, and say or select Distance
to sort the list by the distance order. To
delete a destination, say or select
Delete and the display changes to
Select a destination to delete screen.
Select the destination to delete and say
or select Done to perform the deletion,
and the display returns to the previous
screen. To cancel the deletion, press the
CANCEL button.
NOTE:
For information on the available voice
commands, see Voice Command Index
on page 137.
Main Menu
Entering a Destination
Adding Destinations to the List
After you have used any of the other
selections from the Enter destination
by screen to select a destination, the
display changes to:
The display then changes to show you
all the current entries on the Today’s
Destinations list. Press the MENU
button to return to the Enter
destination by screen.
The system automatically sorts the
destinations stored in the Today’s
Destinations list for the best path.
NOTE:
When finishing a “Today’s
Destinations” trip, the Today’s
Destinations list entries are stored to
the Previous Destinations list,
beginning with the date (e.g., item 1
shown below). This entry contains all
the destinations that were included in
the Today’s Destinations itinerary. This
allows you to reselect the entire Today’s
Destinations content at a later date.
To add this to the Today’s Destinations
list, select ADD TO Today’s Dest.
NOTE:
If ADD TO Today’s Dest is grayed
out, the Today’s Destinations list is
already full (five destinations have been
stored).
If the displayed list shows your plans,
select the first destination. The system
will guide you to the destination
according to the order of the list. When
you reach the destination, it will be
automatically removed from the list.
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Entering a Destination
By Address Book
This selection allows you to choose a
personal address entry for a destination.
After you select Address Book from
the Enter destination by screen, the
display changes to:
If an Address Book PIN has been set
in Setup, the system prompts you to
enter your PIN after you select User 1
or User 2. Say or enter your PIN, and
say or select Done.
The system then displays a list of the
places entered in your personal Address
Book. Selecting Category, you can
sort the displayed addresses by ALL,
BUSINESS, PERSONAL, or by other
categories you may create.
Scroll through the list to find your
desired destination. After you select it,
the system then displays the Calculate
route to screen (see Driving to Your
Destination on page 44).
If the PIN has not been entered, the
system displays the list after you select
User 1 or User 2.
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Adding Addresses to the
Personal Address Book
There are two ways to enter addresses to
the personal Address Book:
• Entering them in the personal
Address Book feature in Setup (see
page 75).
• Adding them in the Address Book
directly from the Calculate route to
screen (see page 44).
NOTE:
• Destinations chosen from the Address
Book do not show up in Previous
Destinations.
• Prior to departure, you can set areas
to avoid. The system then includes
them in its calculations for the
destination you have entered. See
Edit Avoid Area on page 86.
• For information on the available
voice commands, see Voice
Command Index on page 137.
Main Menu
Entering a Destination
By Go Home
Selecting Go Home from the Enter
destination by screen takes you home
or to a frequently used address you have
chosen.
If a Go Home PIN has been set in
Setup, the system prompts you to enter
your PIN. Say or enter your PIN, and
say or select Done. The system will
then display the Calculate route to
screen (see Driving to Your Destination
on page 44).
If a Go Home PIN has not been set, the
system displays the Calculate route to
screen after you select Go Home (see
Driving to Your Destination on
page 44).
NOTE:
• To edit Home Address, see Home
Address in System Setup on page 79.
• Prior to departure, you can set areas
to avoid. The system then includes
them in its calculations for the
destination you have entered. See
Edit Avoid Area on page 86.
• PINs are optional. If you choose to
use a PIN, make sure you remember
it. If you forget your PIN, your dealer
will have to reset it for you.
• If a PIN is desired, enter it using the
Personal preference PIN number
feature in Setup. See page 80 for
information on entering your Go
Home PIN.
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Main Menu
Driving to Your Destination
Driving to Your Destination
Calculate Route to Screen
A route typically has three phases.
• Initial route calculation (Calculate
route to screen) (see page 44).
ADD TO Address Book
Allows you to add the destination to
your Address Book. See By Address
Book on page 42.
• Change the route while en route (see
page 62).
• Resume the route when restarting the
engine (see Continue Trip Screen on
page 67).
NOTE:
If the button is grayed out, the
destination is already in your Address
Book.
Say or select OK. The system calculates
the route using the method shown on the
screen (see Map Screen on page 47).
NOTE:
• Prior to departure, you can set areas
to avoid. The system then includes
them in its calculations for the
destination you have entered. See
Edit Avoid Area on page 86.
• For information on the available
voice commands, see Voice
Command Index on page 137.
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Further selections from the Calculate
route to screen include:
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ADD TO Today’s Destinations
Allows you to add the destination to
your Today’s Destinations list. See By
Today’s Destinations on page 40.
NOTE:
If the button is grayed out, the Today’s
Destinations list is already full (five
destinations have been stored).
Main Menu
Driving to Your Destination
Changing the Routing Method
The system lets you select the way you
want to drive to your destination. Before
selecting OK to calculate a route, you
can change the routing method by using
the CHANGE METHOD scroll bar
back ( ) or forward ( ) buttons. The
route choices will appear in the address
box.
NOTE:
When you are en route and want to
change the routing method, press the
MENU button, and select Change
Routing Method on the Change
route by screen.
• “Direct Route” (the factory default) is
the route that is the quickest (least
time) and is usually the best choice. If
you choose any other method, it
becomes the new default for all future
routing. Make sure to check the
routing method if the displayed route
is not what you expected to see.
• “Easy Route” produces a route with
the least turns.
• “Maximize Freeways,” “Minimize
Freeways,” and “Minimize Toll
Roads” are also available.
The generated route may not be the
route you would choose. For safety
reasons, the system generally applies the
following rules to your route:
• It tries to avoid shortcuts through
residential areas.
• Right turns are favored over left turns
or U-turns.
• Restricted turns (turns that cannot be
made during certain hours) are not
used for routing.
NOTE:
If the trip is greater than 100 miles, then
“Minimize Freeways” and “Minimize
Toll Roads” may be grayed out. This is
normal.
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Driving to Your Destination
Viewing the Routes
Touching View Routes on the
Calculate route to screen allows you to
scroll through and view the various
routes (Direct, Easy, Maximize
Freeways, etc.) to your destination. If
you select View Routes, the display
changes to:
• If the trip is greater than 100 miles,
then “Minimize Freeways” and
“Minimize Toll Roads” may be
grayed out. This is normal.
• Zoom IN/OUT to view route details
is not available on this screen. After
you choose a route method, you can
then zoom in or out on the map
screen to view your route in details.
Say or select Summary to display the
distance and time to go for each route.
Based on the route data, you can change
the routing by using the Next and Prev.
buttons. Once you confirm your
selection, say or select OK on the
screen.
NOTE:
• The selected route method and
pertinent details are shown at the top
of the screen.
• It may take several minutes (the
system displays an hourglass while it
is calculating) to show all route
methods, and it is not unusual for the
different methods to pick the same
route. Voice commands cannot be
used while the system is calculating.
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NOTE:
Distances and times shown for each
method in the Summary are
approximate.
After calculating the route with the new
method, the system displays a map of
your current location. The calculated
route will be highlighted as a blue line,
and a voice prompt will tell you how to
proceed along the highlighted route.
Touch VOICE to have the guidance
repeated.
Main Menu
Driving to Your Destination
Viewing the Destination Map
Touching View Dest. Map displays a
map of the destination vicinity. Press the
CANCEL or NAVI BACK button to
return. You can view the destination
map anytime while en route by saying,
“Display destination map.”
Map Screen
When you select OK on the Calculate
route to screen, the map screen
appears, showing your highlighted route
in real time.
Route Line
When driving to a destination on
verified roads in a metropolitan area, the
route line is displayed as a blue line.
When driving in rural areas on
unverified streets (light brown color),
the route line changes to either a blue
dotted “vector line” pointing to your
destination, or a blue-pink line. See
Unverified Area Routing on page 82 for
a detailed explanation of how to enable
unverified routing, and the related
cautions and disclaimers.
NOTE:
You can always view the entire route by
simply saying, “Display entire route.”
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“Vector line” (unverified routing off)
Blue-pink unverified route line
(unverified routing on)
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Driving to Your Destination
Guidance Prompts
As you get near the maneuver, you will
hear a voice reminder and see a pop-up
window showing you the maneuver.
The number of reminders that you will
hear before a maneuver is determined
by Guidance Prompts in Setup on
page 74.
With the factory default (Max),
typically you will hear two prompts:
• The first is about 1/4 mile from the
maneuver.
• The final maneuver is close to your
actual turn.
NOTE:
• You can say “Voice” or select
VOICE on the screen at any time to
be reminded of the next maneuver.
• Typically, a pop-up guidance window
shows your next turn, and a voice
guidance prompt is heard. The timing
of these prompts varies, depending on
the type of road you are on, and the
distance to your next maneuver.
When given guidance in unverified
areas, the words “if possible” are
inserted before each guidance prompt.
See Unverified Area Routing on page 82
for more details about unverified
routing.
If the distance between the next two
driving maneuvers is very small, both
maneuvers are displayed on the screen
in a single window, and the voice will
remind you of both of them at the same
time.
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Main Menu
Driving to Your Destination
Map Screen Legend
Distance to Destination
(see page 51)
Direction of Destination
(When en route)
(see page 51)
Map Orientation
(see page 54)
Map Features
Time to Destination Waypoint
(When en route)
(see page 51)
(see page 62)
“Breadcrumbs”
(see Off-road
Tracking on
page 59)
: Park
: Water Area
: Hospital
: Cemetery
: Shopping Mall
: University
: Golf Course
: Indian Reservation
: Airport/Stadium/Business
NOTE:
If you move the joystick over an area (map features
shown above), the name is displayed on the screen.
“North Up”
“Heading Up”
Map Scale Adjustment
(Mile or km per half-inch
appears only when you
ZOOM IN or OUT.)
(see page 53)
One-Way Traffic Icon (1/20 mile scale only)
(see page 55)
Destination Icon
(see page 55)
Streets
(see Map Overview on page 6)
Current Map Scale
(see page 53)
ICON Button
(see page 57)
Interstates or Freeways
Verified Streets
Unverified Streets
Landmark Icon - Generic (see page 55)
VOICE Button (see page 48)
(Announces next driving instruction)
Vehicle Position(see page 60)
(Use voice command, “Display
current location,” or touch the icon
to show the current location.)
CURRENT STREET/
AUDIO INFO
Blue Line
Calculated route
(see page 47)
Current Street (see page 6)
(When audio information is displayed,
touch CURRENT STREET/AUDIO INFO
to display the current street name.)
NOTE:
See Map Legend from the Information screen for further explanation (see page 69).
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Hospital
School
Grocery Store
Restaurant
Gas Station
ATM
Hotel/Lodging
Parking Lot
Parking Garage
Post Office
Freeway Exit Information
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Guidance Screen
The guidance screen offers an alternative
way to view your route information.
Many of the icons and screen features are
similar to those on the map screen. While
driving to your destination, press the
MAP/GUIDE button to switch between
the map and guidance screens. The
guidance screen shows you:
Guidance Screen Legend
Freeway Exit Information (see page 52)
Vehicle Heading (white indicates north) ( see page 50 )
Direction of Destination, “as the crow flies” (see page 51)
Scroll: to view guidance maneuvers
Distance to Next Driving Maneuver
Street Name of Next
Driving Maneuver
Milestone to Destination – The
position of the small circular icon shows
your trip progress. As you get closer to
your destination, the indicator will
approach “DEST.”
Distance to Destination
(see page 51)
Time to Destination
(see page 51)
Vehicle Heading – The white portion of
the compass symbol indicates north.
NOTE:
• The map and voice guidance in
unverified areas differ from those in
verified areas.
• Current maneuvers and those within
1000 feet will show on the
Countdown bar, indicating the
distance until the next maneuver.
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CURRENT STREET/AUDIO INFO
Current Street (see page 6)
(When audio information is displayed, touch CURRENT STREET/
AUDIO INFO to display the current street name.)
VOICE Button
(announces next driving instruction) (see page 48)
Milestone to Destination
(see page 50)
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Driving to Your Destination
Distance and Time to
Destination
When you select a destination, the
distance to the destination is the actual
road distance of the calculated route,
and not “as the crow flies.” When
viewing a list of destinations (points of
interest), such as restaurants, the
distance is “as the crow flies” (see Sort
by Distance to Travel on page 34).
The displayed time to the destination
may differ from the actual travel time
because the time is calculated based on
the posted road speed data and your
current speed. If part of your route
includes unverified roads, the “distance”
and “time to go” for that portion is
estimated using 25 mph as an average
speed.
Direction List
When you press the MAP/GUIDE
button on the guidance screen, the
display changes to:
You can see the Direction list and the
distance to each maneuver. Press the
MAP/GUIDE button to return to the
previous screen.
You can scroll through the Direction list
screen by screen using the scroll bar, or
one instruction at a time using the
joystick.
NOTE:
• The map and voice guidance in
unverified areas differ from those in
verified areas. See Unverified Area
Routing on page 82.
• Only maneuvers that occur at
freeway exits or contain freeway exit
information will show the exit info
icon (“i” icon) on the right end of the
items in the Direction list. If no exit
info icon is shown on the list, the Exit
Info. is grayed out.
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Driving to Your Destination
Exit Info. (Freeway Exit
Information)
You can search freeway exit
information and add new destinations or
waypoints to the calculated route as a
new destination or waypoint. The exit
info icon (“i” icon) on the right end of
the items in the direction list indicates
that there is freeway exit information
available. Say or select Exit Info., and
choose the exit and place to set as a new
destination or waypoint.
On the map screen, you can display
freeway exit information using the
joystick. The exit info icon will only be
displayed on the map screen if there is
any freeway exit information available.
Choose the 1/4, 1/2, or 1 mile scale, then
move the crosshairs to the desired exit
info icon and click on it. Choose a place
from the list and set it as a new
destination or waypoint.
Split-Screen Guidance
When en route to a destination, you
have two display options: single-screen
mode (the factory default) and splitscreen mode.
Single-screen mode – A map is
displayed with occasional guidance
pop-up windows as you approach a
maneuver.
Split-screen mode – The map is always
displayed on the left of the screen, and
the maneuver or direction list is
displayed on the right-hand side of the
screen.
Guidance mode can be changed in either
Setup (see Guidance Mode on page 89),
or by accessing the icon bar
(see Guidance Mode on page 57) .
NOTE:
To turn on “Freeway exit information”
on the map screen, display the icon bar
and select the “i” icon (see page 57).
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When you get near the maneuver, the
map screen changes to:
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On the map screen, the location of the
maneuver is marked with a small yellow
square. The guidance window is simply
an enlargement of the area indicated by
the yellow square. After you complete
the maneuver, the display returns to a
full map screen when the single-screen
mode is set, or to a map and direction
list screen when the split-screen mode is
set.
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Driving to Your Destination
Map Scale
Use the ZOOM buttons or say a voice command such as “Display 1/2 mile scale” (see page 138) to change the scale of the map.
Zooming in increases the detail, while zooming out gives you a view of a wider area. After changing the scale, give the system a
few moments to update the display.
Functions available at various map scales
Map Scale (English and Metric)
For selecting units, see page 91.
POI icon symbols (like ATM)
Breadcrumbs (off-road tracking dots)
Freeway exit information icons
One-way traffic icon
Unverified road display (light brown)
Map orientation “Heading-up”
Map orientation “North-up”
Map features (like park, golf course)
Avoid area shown on map
Avoid area scales (when creating)
Waypoint “flag” icons
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page 52
page 55
page 82
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page 54
page 49
page 86
page 86
page 62
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NOTE:
• You can change between miles or kilometers in Setup (see Units on page 91).
• For information on the available voice commands, see Voice Command Index on page 137.
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Driving to Your Destination
Map Orientation
The map can be orientated two ways:
• North-up: North pointing up as you
would normally view a paper map.
• Heading-up: The map constantly
rotates so the road you are driving on
always points up (as you see the road
through your front windshield).
“North Up”
“Heading Up”
Touch the Map Orientation icon on the
map screen to switch between the
available orientation, or say “Display
heading up” or “Display north up.”
In the larger map scales (above
1 mile or 1.6 kilometer), the map is
always oriented with north facing
upward. You cannot change the
orientation.
To view other areas on the map, move
the joystick left, right, up, or down. The
map will shift in that direction. To
return the map to your current location,
press either the MAP/GUIDE, the
CANCEL, or the NAVI BACK button
on the steering wheel.
NOTE:
The red arrow in both heading symbols
always shows the direction north.
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The display automatically changes to
the map screen when you reach your
destination. Press the MENU button to
return to the Enter destination by
screen.
NOTE:
• For information on the available
voice commands, see Voice
Command Index on page 137.
• If you are en route and the joystick is
moved, the “Time to Destination”
and “Distance to Destination”
indications are replaced with an
indicator showing distance from the
current vehicle location.
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Destination Icon
Landmark Icons
The destination icon only shows the
approximate location of the destination.
This occurs because a city block can
have as many as 100 possible addresses
(for example, the 1400 block is followed
by the 1500 block). Most cities use only
a portion of the 100 possible addresses
(for example, in the 1400 block, the
addresses may only go up to 1425
before the 1500 block starts). Therefore,
the address 1425 will be shown a
quarter of the way down the block by
the system instead of near the end of the
block where the destination is actually
located.
Landmark icons are shown in the map
screen on the 1/20 and 1/8 mile scales or
80 and 200 meter scales. The Freeway
Exit information is displayed on the 1/4,
1/2, and 1 mile scales. The icons are:
Tip:
When en route, you can view a map
showing your destination. Using voice
control, say “Display destination map.”
Some icons can be turned on or off;
you can either display them or hide
them from the ICON button on the
lower left corner (see page 49) or using
voice commands (see page 137).
Honda Dealer
Acura Dealer
Hospital
School
Grocery Store
Restaurant
Gas Station
ATM
Hotel/Lodging
Parking Lot
Parking Garage
Post Office
Freeway Exit Information
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You can select most landmark icons
with the joystick to display the icon’s
information. See the table on the
following page for exceptions.
NOTE:
• The same list can be viewed on the
screen by selecting Map Legend
from the Information screen.
• When there are overlapping
landmark icons, a list of the points of
interest (POIs) is displayed.
• For information on the available
voice commands, see Voice
Command Index on page 137.
One-Way Traffic Icon
The one-way traffic icons (see Map
Screen Legend on page 49) are only
shown on the 1/20 mile scale and only
when turned on in Icon Options (see
page 57).
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Driving to Your Destination
For some icons, you can choose either to show or hide them on the map, while others like Honda Dealer are always shown. The
table below shows the features for each icon type. Some Points of Interest (POIs) like Police Stations are not shown as an icon,
but you can still locate the nearest one with the voice command, “Find nearest Police Station.”
Icon can be
manually
displayed
Honda/Acura dealer
Yes, always
Hospital
Yes
School
Yes
ATM
Yes
Gas station*1
Yes
Restaurants*2
Yes
Post office
Yes
Grocery store*1
Yes
Hotel*1/Lodging
Yes
Police station
No icon
Shopping, Tourist attraction, Bank No icon
Parking garage/Parking lot
Yes
Freeway exit information
Yes
One-way traffic icon
Yes
POI type
Icon can be
manually
hidden
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No icon
No icon
Yes
Yes
Yes
Icon
selection
by voice
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Icon can be selected as a
destination on the map screen
with the joystick
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes (choose POI)
No
POI can be found on the
map screen using voice
command “Find...”
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
*1 When gas stations, hotels, and convenience stores are selected for view on the map, some icons are shown as “brand icons.”
*2 The Icon Options feature found on the Icon Bar screen allows you to customize your choice of the displayed icons. See
Showing Icons on the Map on page 57. Also see the Voice Command Index on page 138 for the “Display,” “Hide,” and
“Find” commands.
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Main Menu
Driving to Your Destination
Showing Icons on the Map
Touching the ICON button on the map
screen displays the following screen:
Icon Options
This feature allows you to “fine tune”
some of the icons on the Icon bar (see
Icon Options for more information).
Icon Options
Selecting Icon Options displays the
following screen:
Guidance Mode
When en route, this item allows you to
select between a single-screen (with
occasional pop-up guidance windows),
or a split-screen (containing one-half
map and one-half guidance/directions
list window). See page 52 for an
explanation of this feature, and see
page 89 for Setup.
The screen consists of the following
items:
Icon Bar (row of icon symbols)
The icon bar allows you to manually
select the icons that are displayed on the
map (see page 55 for a list of these
icons). In the screen above, both gas
stations and restaurants are selected.
Touch the icons to select (goes blue) or
remove them (goes gray). You can also
display or hide the same icons by using
the “Display” or “Hide” voice
commands (see page 138).
Exit Screen
Select Return to return to the map
screen.
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This feature allows you to “fine tune”
some of the icons on the Icon bar. The
three icon choices – “Parking” (lot or
garage), “Restaurant” (specific type or
types of food), and “Other icons”
(hospitals, schools, etc.) – can each be
tailored to your needs.
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Driving to Your Destination
For instance, let’s assume that your
hospital icons are not displayed on the
map. You would do the following:
• First, you would ensure that the
OTHER ICON button on the Icon
bar is blue (see Icon Bar on page 57).
In the example above, POST OFFICE
and SCHOOL are selected and will
show up on the map. To also see
HOSPITAL on the map, this would
need to be turned on to select it so it
appears as below.
• Second, you select Icon Options
and verify that hospital option is also
on (blue). This procedure is explained
below.
If you select Other Icons from the
Select category for icon settings
screen, the other icons options are
displayed:
Exit, and save your settings by selecting
Done.
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NOTE:
• When viewing the map screen, you
can turn some icons on using voice
control.
• See Navigation Display Commands
on page 138 for the available
“Display” and “Hide” icon
command.
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Driving to Your Destination
Going Off the Route
Off-road Tracking
If you leave the calculated route,
“Recalculating...” is displayed at the top
of the screen. The system will
recalculate the route from your current
location and direction to the desired
destination, and then give you a new
route instruction. This is done
automatically if you have set
Rerouting to Automatic on the
Setup screen (second) (see page 81).
If you drive more than half a mile from
a mapped road, “Not on a digitized
road” appears at the bottom of the
screen.
If the Rerouting option in Setup is set
to Manual, “Off route” appears at the
top of the screen when you leave the
calculated route. Say “Recalculate” or
select Recalculation whenever you
wish the system to perform a
recalculation.
The map screen starts displaying a
series of dots (breadcrumbs) to show the
path you have taken if Off-road
Tracking on the Setup screen (second)
is set to On (see page 89).
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By following the dots, you can
backtrack to the mapped road you
originally left. “Breadcrumbs” may
occasionally be displayed in urban
areas, such as large parking lots in
shopping malls, or in new subdivisions
where the roads are not yet in the
database. In other cases, you may see
dots if the system temporarily goes off
route, like in a parking garage where the
GPS signal is unavailable.
These dots appear only in the 1/20, 1/8,
1/4, and 1/2 mile (or the 80, 200, 400,
and 800 meter) map scales.
Use the ZOOM buttons to change scales
if necessary.
Tracking continues for approximately
150 miles; dots at the beginning of the
trail will start disappearing when you
exceed that distance. When you reach a
mapped road, the system stops
displaying dots.
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Main Menu
Driving to Your Destination
Viewing/Saving the Current
Location
Whenever you are on a map screen, you
can always obtain your current location
either by touching the Vehicle Position
icon
or by using the voice control
system and saying “Display current
location.” A screen pops up which
shows the address of your current
location, as well as the latitude,
longitude, and elevation.
NOTE:
The elevation will not appear when the
system is temporarily lacking proper
GPS information. The system elevation
may not agree with elevations shown on
roadside elevation signs, and may
fluctuate plus or minus 100 feet or more.
You can store the current location for
later use. It does not change or cancel
your current route.
For example, you are following the
system’s directions to get to a
destination. While sitting at a stoplight
you notice a store on the corner, but do
not have time to visit it right now. You
can save the location to select as a
destination at a later date.
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To save the location, say “Save current
location” or select Save on the screen.
When you select “User 1” or “User 2,”
the Edit address book screen with the
current location data will appear. You
can edit the name, phone number, or
category name to be saved in your
personal Address Book.
After the location is saved, select
Return to return to the map screen.
You can then use Address Book from
the Enter destination by screen to
select the saved location and return to
the same spot.
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Driving to Your Destination
Pop-Ups and Disclaimers
When you say “OK” in the Calculate
Route to screen, or if you change your
route, the system checks your route and
provides you with pop-up messages for
the following situations:
• Your route takes you into an area that
you previously set as an “Avoid
Area” (see Edit Avoid Area on
page 86).
• Your route passes near an unverified
area (see Unverified Area Routing on
page 82).
• You are about to enter an unverified
area (see Unverified Area Routing on
page 82).
• Your route includes unverified areas
(see Unverified Area Routing on
page 82).
• You actually entered an unverified
area (see Unverified Area Routing on
page 82).
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Main Menu
Driving to Your Destination
Changing the Route
While en route, you may wish to alter
your route, add an interim “Waypoint”
(pit stop), choose a different destination,
or cancel your current destination.
To change your present route, you can
do any of the following:
Choose a different destination (other
methods) by:
• Saying “Find nearest...” to find a POI
(page 65).
• Saying “Go home” (page 65).
• Using the joystick to select a different
POI or address on the map (page 65).
Say “Menu,” or press the MENU button
to view the Change route by screen:
• Search waypoint (page 62)
• Pressing the MENU button twice to
get to the Enter destination by
screen (page 67).
• Delete waypoint (page 64)
• Avoid streets (page 64)
Change Route By Screen
Pressing the MENU button displays the
Change route by screen:
• Detour (page 64)
• Change routing method (page 64)
• Cancel the current route (page 65)
• Back to the current route (page 65)
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Waypoints
Waypoints allow you to add an interim
“pit stop” while traveling to a
destination. For instance, you may want
to stop for gas or food, and then
continue on to your destination.
Although you can enter up to five
waypoints at a time, typically you may
never use more than one at a time.
Waypoints are routed to in the order
they were entered (number 1 first, etc.),
with your final destination routed to last.
If you wish to create a custom route of
several destinations, and then control
the order of routing, the function
“Today’s Destinations” is probably a
better choice (see By Today’s
Destinations on page 40).
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When you enter waypoints, they appear
on the map screen as small red flags
numbered 1-5.
Adding Waypoints
From the Change route by screen, if
you say or select Search Places on
Route, then the Select a search
method screen is displayed. Select
either Places Along the Route or
Places Around the Destination.
From Places Around the
Destination, the system displays
matches in a spiral pattern outward from
the destination. The search “corridor”
distance value can be changed in Edit
Waypoint Search Area in Setup (see
page 88).
To add another waypoint, press the
MENU button and repeat the procedure.
If Search Places on Route is grayed
out, the maximum of five waypoints has
been entered.
Next, select your “Waypoint Category,”
then follow the menu prompts to select a
destination. When the system performs
a search from Places Along the
Route, it displays matches that lie
within a corridor on either side and in
front of you along your route.
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NOTE:
The system does not allow you to select
the roads you want to use to get to a
destination. However, after you enter a
destination, you can select intersections
or POI waypoints that the system will
use to tailor your route.
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Main Menu
Driving to Your Destination
Deleting Waypoints
From the Change route by screen, if
you say “Delete” or select Delete, then
the Select a waypoint to delete screen
is displayed. Say the line number of the
waypoint(s) you wish to delete, or select
them by using the joystick. Say or select
Done to return to the map screen.
Reroute: Avoid Streets
From the Change route by screen, if
you say or select Avoid Streets, the
system displays a list of streets that will
get you to your destination. This feature
allows you to avoid a street or streets
along your route. This is helpful if you
know of road construction, closures, or
excessive traffic along the route. Simply
select the street or streets you wish to
avoid. You cannot avoid your current
street, or the streets of your waypoint(s)
or destination (system beeps if selected).
NOTE:
Although you can choose streets to
avoid, you cannot choose specific
streets you want to use.
The route is recalculated to reflect the
changes you made to the waypoint(s).
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Reroute: Detour
Calculates a detour route for you if you
encounter an unexpected obstacle such
as a closed road or extremely heavy
traffic congestion. If a detour is
selected, the system will attempt to
recalculate a new route, avoiding the
next 2 miles (while on a freeway) or 1/2
mile (while on a surface street).
Reroute: Change Routing
Method
From the Change route by screen, if
you say or select Change Routing
Method, then the Select routing
method screen is displayed. See
Changing the Routing Method on
page 45 for details.
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Cancel Current Route
Cancels the current route (and any
waypoints) and returns you to the map
screen.
Changing Your Destination
Back to Current Route
Returns you to the original map screen.
Find Nearest (Voice command)
From the map screen, say one of the
“Find Nearest...” voice commands to
locate the nearest gas station, ATM,
restaurant, or other point of interest. See
the “Find Nearest” voice commands
listing on page 139.
There are four methods by which you
can change or add a waypoint to your
route. These are:
Go Home (Voice command)
From the map screen, say “Go home.”
If you have entered a “Go home”
address, then the system will display a
confirmation screen.
Using Joystick to Change
Destination
While following a calculated route, you
can select a new destination with the
map screen and the joystick.
With the map screen displayed, use the
joystick to move the position icon. It
will change to crosshairs. Use the
joystick to position the crosshairs on
your desired new destination, street, or
icon, then push in on the joystick. The
Select a place screen or the address of
the location will be displayed.
NOTE:
The Select a place screen will be
displayed when the crosshairs are
positioned near multiple icons or
locations. The address of the location
will be displayed at the top of the screen
when the crosshairs are positioned on a
particular street, icon, or location.
If this is not your desired new destination,
press the CANCEL button or the NAVI
BACK button to return to the map
screen. Reposition the crosshairs with the
joystick, then push in on the joystick
again to see the new address.
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Driving to Your Destination
When the Select a place screen is
displayed, select an item from the list,
and the Calculate route to screen is
displayed. After you select OK, you can
select either Set as New Destination
or Set as Waypoint for your specified
position.
When the address of the location is
displayed at the top of the screen, push
in on the joystick, and the Calculate
route to screen will be displayed. After
you select OK, you can select either Set
as New Destination or Set as
Waypoint for your specified position.
The system will return to the map
screen and recalculate the route to your
new destination or waypoint.
NOTE:
When you scroll the map screen while
en route to a destination, some voice
controls will not function. These
include:
• Display “Heading up”
• Display “North up”
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Main Menu
Driving to Your Destination
Entering a Destination from the
Menu Screen (while en route)
If you say “Menu” or press the MENU
button twice, the system displays the
Enter destination by screen. Follow
the procedure described in Entering a
Destination, which begins on page 21.
After selecting OK to the Calculate
route to screen, your new location can
be used either as a waypoint or as a
replacement destination.
Continue Trip Screen
If you restart the vehicle without having
completed your prior trip, you will see
the following screen:
• To continue to your destination or
other waypoints, say or select OK.
• To cancel your destination, press the
CANCEL button or the NAVI
BACK button on the steering wheel,
or using the voice control system, say
“Cancel” or “Back.”
• If you wish to change the route
method, say or select CHANGE
METHOD.
• For additional information on
changing the routing method, see
Changing the Routing Method on
page 45.
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Information Features
Information Screen
Voice Command Help
When you say “Information” or press
the INFO button, the display changes to:
When you say or select Voice
Command Help, you will see the
following screen:
NOTE:
If some items appear to be grayed out
and cannot be selected, it is because you
did not select OK on the initial
Disclaimer screen (see System Start-up
on page 16).
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You can select an item by saying either
the line number or the item name.
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There is a tutorial available for the voice
command help. Say or select Getting
started, and the display changes to:
Select the line number of the desired
tutorial you want to view, and the
tutorial will automatically be read. Press
Stop to stop the reading, or press the
CANCEL button.
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Information Features
When you make a command help
selection under any of the help screens,
you will see the help commands that can
be used with the voice control. You can
say or select Read List, and the system
will read the list to you.
For a listing of all voice commands, see
Voice Command Index on page 137.
Map Legend
Calendar
You can use the Map legend screens to
learn the meaning of map features,
icons, colors, etc. used in this system.
When you say or select Map Legend,
the display changes to:
The Calendar option allows you to
enter events and be reminded of them in
the future. When you say or select
Calendar, the system shows the
calendar with the current calendar day
highlighted.
Say or select the desired item or item
number to view each section of the map
legend.
Dates with an icon indicate there is a
scheduled entry for that date.
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Information Features
You can scroll through the calendar day
by day by moving the joystick, or select
the day by voice. To change the month,
say “Next” or “Previous,” use the
ZOOM buttons, or touch the triangles at
the top of the screen.
Entering Your Schedule
Set your schedule by selecting the day
on the calendar, and the display changes
to:
Edit Message
Say or select Edit Message, and the
system will show the Edit Message
screen. You can enter a message on two
lines. Use
to change the line.
Once you have entered the message, say
or select Done.
If you say or select List, your entries are
listed. Press the CANCEL button to
return to the Calendar screen.
Reminder
The default for Reminder is On. This
allows the system to remind you of the
calendar item the next time you start the
vehicle. See System Start-up on page 16.
Edit Date
This allows you to move your calendar
entry to a different date. If you say or
select Edit Date, the Calendar screen
is displayed with existing entries grayed
out. Select a new day and the display
returns to the Edit schedule screen
with a new date.
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Edit Title
Say or select Edit Title, then enter the
name of your title using the on-screen
keyboard. Once you have entered the
title, say or select Done.
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Message Icon
Say or select Message Icon, and the
system displays a list of icons you can
select to help identify the type of
message you entered. The message icon
you choose will be displayed alongside
the specified date on the Calendar
screen.
Delete
From the Calendar screen, select the
date of the schedule you wish to
remove. To remove the schedule, say or
select Delete.
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Information Features
Done
Once you have finished entering the
schedule, say or select Done. The
Calendar screen is redisplayed and a
message icon appears.
NOTE:
• You can only enter one message per
day.
• A maximum of 50 entries can be
stored in the schedule.
• To reactivate a previous message,
turn the Reminder setting from Off to
On. If it is not turned on, the
reminder will not be displayed when
you start the vehicle.
• The system displays active calendar
entries only after you answer OK on
the Disclaimer screen.
• For more information, refer to
System Start-up on page 16.
Calculator
When you say or select Calculator, the
display changes to:
Use the touch screen to use the
following features:
Unit Conversion
To perform a conversion:
1. Enter a numeric value to be converted
(for example, 100).
2. Select the type of unit you want to
convert (for example, weight). The
screen for that conversion type
appears (see illustration in step 3).
3. Select the base unit (e.g., pounds) that
you wish to convert to some other
unit. All other units will change
automatically depending on the base
unit value. In the example below,
100 lbs converts to 1600 ounces, 0.05
ton (U.S.), etc.
Calculator
The calculator function operates like a
standard handheld calculator.
Unit Conversion
Values entered on the calculator can be
converted from one unit to another (e.g.,
inches to millimeters).
NOTE:
• If you do not enter a value to be
converted, only “Temperature” units
are selectable.
• Conversions using negative value
may produce meaningless or
physically impossible values.
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System Setup
Setup Mode
Setup Screen (first)
The Setup function consists of two
different screens that allow you to
change and update information in the
system. To display the Setup screens,
use the voice control system and say
“Setup” or press the SETUP button. To
change to another Setup screen, say or
select More in the upper right corner of
the screen.
From any screen, say “Setup” or press
the SETUP button, and the following
screen appears:
On any of the Setup screens, you can
use the voice control system to select
any item on the screen.
NOTE:
• If some items appear to be grayed out
and cannot be selected, it is because
you did not select OK on the initial
Disclaimer screen. See System Startup on page 16.
• For information on the available
voice commands, see Voice
Command Index on page 137.
Brightness
The screen brightness has 11 settings.
To change the brightness, use the voice
control system and say “Brightness up”
or “Brightness down.” You can also
select the Bright. bar and move the
cursor by moving the joystick left or
right, or by touching the arrowheads in
the bar.
Tip:
If you are having trouble viewing the
screen in bright lighting conditions, try
increasing the brightness.
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NOTE:
You can have a separate daytime and
nighttime setting for brightness. Adjust
each setting when the display is in either
daytime or nighttime mode.
Volume
The navigation voice volume has 10
settings, and also can be turned off. To
adjust the volume, use the voice control
system and say “Volume up” or
“Volume down.” You can also select the
Volume bar and move the cursor by
moving the joystick left or right, or by
touching the arrowheads in the bar.
After adjusting the volume, you will
hear beeps at the new volume level. You
can also select volume off.
NOTE:
If you turn the volume off, you will not
hear route guidance or voice command
confirmations.
Main Menu
System Setup
Display
There are two screen display modes:
Day Mode
Display
Mode
How setting affects
display mode:
To override setting
while driving:
But remember:
Auto
(factory
default)
Automatically switches
between Day and Night
mode by sensing if the
headlights are on.
Override night display:
Adjust dash brightness
(with headlights on) to
full bright.
Override day display:
Turn on headlights and
ensure the dash
brightness is not at full
bright.
Adjust the dash
brightness (with
headlights on) back to
normal to allow auto
switching by sensing
headlights.
Day
Stays in Day mode.
Push and hold the
joystick for 10 seconds
(switches to Night
mode).
There is no auto Night/
Day mode change with
the headlights on/off.
You control the setting.
Night
Stays in Night mode.
Push and hold the
There is no auto Night/
joystick for 10 seconds
Day mode change with
(switches to Day mode). the headlights on/off.
You control the setting.
Clock
Displays the clock on
the screen.
To return to the previous
screen, press the NAVI
BACK button.
Night Mode
Day and Night. The recommended
setting is Auto, which automatically
switches the screen between Day and
Night modes as you turn the headlights
on or off.
You can select Day or Night mode to
override the Auto mode. This is a
useful feature for drivers that like to use
headlights during the day and want to
temporarily override Night mode.
However, the screen in Day mode will
be extremely bright at night.
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Touch any button to
return to your last
screen.
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System Setup
When you select Clock in Setup or the
Disclaimer screen times out, the clock
screen is displayed (see page 17).
DISPLAY OFF
When you touch the DISPLAY OFF
button, the screen is turned off. Voice
guidance will continue to work in this
mode. To turn on the screen, press any
navigation or voice control button.
Clock Type
Allows you to choose the design of the
clock screen from one of three Clock
Types and one of two Background
images.
Guidance Prompts
While you drive to your destination, the
system displays and announces
guidance prompts for your next
maneuver. This setting allows you to
adjust the number of guidance prompts
before each maneuver. The settings
Min, Normal, and Max are described
below. The factory default is Max, so
you can adequately prepare for the next
maneuver. If you wish to change the
number of guidance prompts, select
your preferred setting, as shown in the
following table.
Setting
Min
Normal
Max
(factory
default)
Distance before maneuver
About About Just
1/2
1/4
before
mile
mile
maneuver
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes*
Yes*
Yes
*Uses street name in guidance phrase.
Say or select Return to return to the
previous screen.
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NOTE:
To temporarily turn off voice guidance
prompts, select Off for the “Volume”
setting in Setup.
Contrast
You can adjust the contrast and black
level. Adjusting these settings can make
the display easier to read.
NOTE:
You can have separate daytime and
nighttime settings for Brightness,
Contrast, and Black Level. Adjust each
setting when the display is in either
daytime or nighttime mode.
Main Menu
System Setup
Setup Screen (second)
Personal Information
Say or select More to view additional
Setup functions and the following
screen appears:
From the Setup screen (second), say or
select Personal Information and the
following screen appears:
Address Book
The Address Book allows up to a total
of 200 address entries. After 200 entries,
the ADD TO Address Book button is
grayed out. The 200 addresses are
shared between User 1 and User 2. For
example, if User 1 has 150 addresses,
User 2 can only have 50.
You can add, modify, and delete
information in the personal Address
Book list.
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You may choose to use a Personal
Identification Number (PIN) to protect
your privacy. However, PINs are
optional, and if you decide to use one,
record it in case you forget the number
(see page 79).
You can do the following functions in
the address book:
• Enter an address (see page 76).
• Edit an existing address (see
page 78).
• Delete an existing address (see
page 78).
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System Setup
Accessing the Address Book List
After selecting Address Book, the
system prompts you to select User 1 or
User 2.
Entering an Address
After you select User 1 or User 2,
your Address Book list appears:
If an Address Book PIN has been set,
the system prompts you to enter your
PIN. Verify that the correct user is
displayed, then enter your PIN. After
entering your PIN, say or select Done,
and the system displays your Address
Book.
If no Address Book PIN has been set,
the system displays your Address Book
after selecting User 1 or User 2.
Edit Name
You may use the “Name” field to give
the entry a name or title that you will
recognize later, such as “Doctor Smith”
or “Broadway Theatre.” If you do not
give the address a name, the system will
assign one (Address 001, etc.).
Select New Address in the upper right
corner on the screen when beginning to
build your Address Book list.
NOTE:
Personal information cannot be backed
up or moved to another navigation
system.
Say or select Edit Name. Then use the
on-screen keyboard to enter the name.
Touch Done when finished.
NOTE:
You can always re-enter, edit, or make
changes to any entry. “Address” is the
only required field.
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Main Menu
System Setup
Edit Address
When you say or select Edit Address,
the display changes to:
Current Position - Allows you to use
your current position as the address.
Address - Requires you to enter the city
and address you wish to store. The
operation is the same as selecting
Address from the Enter destination
by screen (see page 22).
Places - Allows you to select one of the
Point of Interest (POI) locations already
stored in the system as one of your
personal addresses. This operation is the
same as selecting Places from the
Enter destination by screen (see
page 31).
Edit Phone Number
You can enter the telephone number of
the address. If the address was chosen
with Places, and it has a telephone
number, that number is entered
automatically.
Previous Destinations - Allows you to
choose one of the locations in the
Previous Destinations list for your
Address Book list. This operation is the
same as selecting Previous
Destinations from the Enter
destination by screen (see page 39).
Say or select Edit Phone Number to
display the Enter phone number
screen. Enter the telephone number,
including the area code, by using the
voice control system (say the entire
phone number one digit at a time) or by
using the on-screen keyboard. Say or
select Done when finished.
After you have used one of these four
options to enter the address, the initial
screen for entering the personal address
is redisplayed, with the address shown
in the “Address” field. If you have
entered the address using Places, the
phone number corresponding to the
address also appears in the “Phone
Number” field.
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System Setup
Edit Category
If desired, you can specify the category
of the address. Say or select Edit
Category to display the Select a
category screen.
If you delete a category that was used to
categorize addresses, the category for
those addresses becomes “UNFILED.”
NOTE:
You may have up to 100 categories.
These are shared between User 1 and
User 2.
The system will then display everything
that you have entered. If all the
information is correct, say or select
Done. This will return you to the
Address Book list.
Scroll the screen and select a category
by saying the number next to your
choice, or by touching the item.
If you wish to set, add, or edit a new
category, select Edit Category in the
upper right corner on the screen. The
system will show the Select a
category to edit screen. Follow the onscreen prompts to add, change, or delete
a category.
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If you want to enter another address,
select New Address in the upper right
corner on the screen, then repeat the
procedures above. If not, press the
CANCEL button.
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Edit/Delete an Address
This feature allows you to select an
address to edit or delete. Once an
address is selected, choose the
appropriate function.
Main Menu
System Setup
Home Address
This feature lets you return “Home”
from any location simply by saying “Go
home” at the map screen. Alternatively,
you can select Go Home on the Enter
destination by screen (see By Go Home
on page 43).
PIN Number
You can set a four-digit PIN (Personal
Identification Number) for accessing
and changing personal addresses and
your home address if desired. Once you
set the PIN on this screen, the system
asks you to enter the PIN when you
access a personal address or your home
address.
NOTE:
PINs are optional. If you choose to use a
PIN, make sure you remember it. If you
forget your PIN, the dealer will have to
reset it for you.
Enter the name, address, and phone
number in the same way as entering a
personal address, then say or select
Done. To leave the screen, press the
CANCEL button.
Address Book PIN
If you choose to enter a PIN for the
personal Address Book, you will have to
enter it any time you edit your Address
Book (see page 75) or select Address
Book on the Enter destination by
screen (see page 42).
1. Select Address Book PIN.
2. Select either User 1 or User 2. The
display changes to:
When you select PIN Number, the
display changes to:
3. Enter your four-digit PIN and select
Done. If you do not wish to use a
PIN, select Do not use PIN.
NOTE:
If your Home address cannot be found
in the system, while located on the street
close to your home, select “Current
Position” when entering the “Edit
Address” field.
NOTE:
The factory default is no PIN.
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System Setup
4. If you have entered the PIN correctly,
the display changes to the Please reenter new PIN screen. Enter the
same number, then touch Done to
validate the number you have
selected.
5. If you have entered the same number
both times, the display returns to the
Edit personal information screen. If
not, “incorrect PIN” appears in the
upper right corner of the screen. Enter
your PIN again.
NOTE:
If you wish to remove your PIN, return
to the same screen and, after entering
your PIN, touch the Do not use PIN
button.
Go Home PIN
1. Select Go Home PIN, and the
system displays the Enter your new
PIN screen.
2. Enter your PIN in the same way as
entering the Address Book PIN.
Previous Destinations
Allows you to delete some or all of your
previous destinations.
1. Select this option, and the display
changes to:
NOTE:
The factory default is no PIN. If you
choose to use a PIN, you will have to
enter it whenever you say “Go Home”
at the map screen or select Go Home
on the Enter destination by screen.
User Name
You can change User 1 and User 2 to
a desired name. Choose either User 1 or
User 2 on the Select the user name to
edit screen. Enter the name, and say or
select Done to leave the screen.
2. Scroll through the list and find the
address you want to delete.
3. Select the address to delete by saying
the line number, using the joystick, or
touching it on the screen.
NOTE:
To cancel the deletion of Previous
Destinations, press the CANCEL
button before performing step 4.
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System Setup
4. Say or select Done to perform the
deletion, and the display returns to
the previous screen.
Tip:
You can delete all addresses by
selecting Delete All.
Routing & Guidance
From the Setup screen (second), say or
select Routing & Guidance and the
following screen appears:
Rerouting
If Rerouting is set to Automatic and
you deviate from the route, you will see
“Recalculating ...” at the top of the
screen for several seconds as the system
calculates a new route. This is followed
by new routing instructions.
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If Rerouting is set to Manual, you
will hear a tone when the “Off route”
message is displayed. Say “Recalculate”
or select Recalculation on the screen
to make the system recalculate your new
route.
NOTE:
• If you live in an area with poor
mapping, you may wish to set
Rerouting to Manual to avoid
constant recalculation. However, you
will have to manually select
Recalculation on the screen to have
the system plot a new route.
• It is strongly recommended that you
leave the system set to the factory
default (Automatic).
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Main Menu
System Setup
Unverified Area Routing
Allows you to receive turn-by-turn map and voice guidance in unverified areas when en route to a destination (see Map Overview
on page 6). The chart below illustrates the routing differences with this setting On or Off.
Unverified Area Routing: Off (factory default)
Unverified Area Routing: On
Decision:
Why choose
On or Off?
The driver wishes to navigate manually by using the
navigation map and choosing the streets that lead to
the destination. The driver understands that unverified
roads may not be accurate, and can contain errors in
location, naming, and address range.
The driver chooses to let the navigation system suggest possible
routing. The driver understands that in some cases, guidance may
not be appropriate. Unverified roads may not be accurate, and can
contain errors in location, naming, and address range.
What you will
see…
A blue dotted vector line is displayed on the map that
continually points to your destination. The driver
should stop and then use the map to select streets that
lead to the destination.
A blue-pink dashed route line highlights suggested unverified
streets on the map while traveling to your destination. This is in
sharp contrast to the normal blue route line displayed in verified
areas.
Cautionary
messages
There are cautionary pop-up screens and voice
announcements, before and during the route. These
serve as reminders that you should obey all traffic
restrictions.
There are cautionary pop-up screens and voice announcements,
before and during the route. These serve as reminders that you
should exercise additional caution, and obey all traffic
restrictions.
Guidance
(map/voice)
There is no turn-by-turn map or voice guidance.
Voice guidance commands end with the words “if possible.” This
is to remind the driver to verify all traffic restrictions before
making a maneuver.
Directions list
A direction list is typically not available. However,
depending on your route, directions are provided to
help you reach the first available verified road.
A direction list is provided showing street names and turn
symbols in pink.
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Main Menu
System Setup
Unverified Area Routing
When driving to your destination, you
have the choice of using or not using
“unverified” roads. You make this
choice in Setup screen (second). The
next few pages contain an example of a
route to a destination in an unverified
area explaining the routing differences
found in unverified areas.
Because both routes bypass or use
unverified streets, an initial Disclaimer
screen is provided. It is recommended
that you stop and review the map.
Unverified Area Routing “On”
Unverified Area Routing “Off”
With Unverified Area Routing Off,
the system tries to use verified roads
whenever possible. In this example,
since only verified streets are used, it
created a longer route than necessary.
With Unverified Area Routing On,
the route is shorter, but consists of
unverified (light colored) streets that
may not be accurate. Because the streets
are unverified, there may be errors in
street location, name, or address range.
Additional caution is recommended in
these areas. Always obey posted traffic
restrictions.
NOTE:
Unverified roads are shown only when
viewing the map in the 1/20, 1/8, and
1/4 mile map scales, or the 80, 200,
and 400 meter map scales.
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System Setup
With Unverified Area Routing Off,
the moment you enter an unverified
street, a caution box appears on the
screen and is read by the voice. This lets
you know that you are about to enter an
unverified area and that you will be
following a dotted “vector line” that
points to your destination.
Unverified Area Routing “Off”
With Unverified Area Routing On,
a caution box appears on the screen and
is read by the voice. In this case, you
will be presented with a dashed blue/
pink line instead of the regular blue
route line. This is your signal to pay
attention to posted traffic restrictions.
You cannot assume that all guidance is
appropriate.
In both cases, when you actually enter
the unverified street, a short caution will
remind you. You will see and hear this
short caution message whenever you
enter unverified areas.
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Unverified Area Routing “On”
Main Menu
System Setup
With Unverified Area Routing Off,
you are presented with a blue “vector
line” that always points to the
destination. You must manually choose
streets from the map that will lead to
your destination. No guidance is
provided, and there are no directions to
the destination.
With Unverified Area Routing On,
a blue/pink route line is shown for
unverified segments. Voice guidance
commands in unverified areas always
end with “if possible.” This is your
signal that you should use additional
caution, and obey all traffic restrictions.
The maneuver window “arrow” shows
any portions of unverified turns in blue/
pink dashes.
Unverified Area Routing “Off”
Unverified Area Routing “On”
NOTE:
There is no VOICE button shown on the
screen. With Unverified Area Routing
“Off,” no Direction List is provided.
These guidance maneuvers are only a
suggestion. You should always confirm
that the maneuver is possible. A
direction list is also provided that shows
any unverified roads in a blue color,
with pink arrows pointing to the next
maneuver.
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Main Menu
System Setup
Edit Avoid Area
This function allows you to select areas
you wish to avoid when calculating a
route to your destination. You can select
up to five areas to avoid. You may wish
to set up an “avoid area” to route around
long-term road construction, closures,
or any area you wish to avoid. If you
enter a route that takes you through or
into an “avoid area,” a pop-up box will
warn you that your route takes you into
one of these areas. However, you can
still choose destinations in an avoided
area.
When you select Edit for the Setup item
“Edit Avoid Area,” the following list
screen is displayed:
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You can select New Area or select (by
touch) one of your existing areas to
modify. If you choose New Area, the
following screen is displayed:
Say or select Edit Name and use the
keyboard to enter the name on the Enter
avoid area name screen (19 characters
max). Say or select Done to return to
the previous screen. Say or select Edit
Area to create the area to be avoided.
The following screen appears:
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Either select Address or Map Input
on the Enter avoid area by screen.
Each choice provides a slightly different
way to locate the approximate map
display for drawing the area you wish to
avoid. After selecting the choice, a map
screen will be displayed.
Use the ZOOM buttons to select the
map scale (available scales are 1/20,
1/8, and 1/4 mile scales). Use the
joystick to move the crosshairs (red
circle) to the desired start point and push
in the joystick to “set” the start point.
Then move the joystick in a straight or
diagonal direction to encompass the
area to be avoided.
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NOTE:
The maximum size of the “Avoid area”
is 1/4 of the navigation display screen
regardless of the map scale setting.
Answering “No” allows you to enter a
route through an avoided area on a
freeway and skip the “Avoid area
caution box.” See Pop-Ups and
Disclaimers on page 61.
Say or select Done to return to the Edit
area screen. When you return, the
“Vicinity” field is automatically filled in
by the system. Re-edit the area “Name”
if desired. Select Done on the Edit
avoid area screen to finish editing.
Your new avoided area will now appear
on the “Avoid area” list screen and be
viewable on the map screen.
The selected area will be displayed as a
shaded box with a yellow border. Push
in on the joystick to set the end point of
the avoided area. To “redraw” the area,
touch Cancel and repeat the area
selection process. If your selected area
contains a freeway, the system will
prompt you with a pop-up box saying
“Do you want to avoid freeways?”
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NOTE:
• You can select areas to avoid,
however you cannot select roads or
areas that you want the system to use
for routing.
• If you are drawing a box around a
road as an area to avoid, then ensure
the following: When you draw the
box, make sure that the road or
portion of a road that you encircled
includes an intersection. For
instance, in the example below,
highway 213 will be avoided, but Van
Ness will not be avoided because it
lacks an intersection in the enclosed
box.
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System Setup
Edit Waypoint Search Area
When driving en route to your
destination, you can select a temporary
destination waypoint (marked with a
small flag on the map) along your route
for gas, a restaurant, or other POI. When
you resume your trip from the waypoint,
the system continues the trip to your
original destination. To use this feature,
see Waypoints on page 62.
This Setup item allows you to select the
distance from your highlighted route
line (on either side of your route) that
the system will search for a waypoint.
From the Routing & Guidance screen,
select Edit for “Edit Waypoint Search
Area,” and then choose the desired
search distance for either “On
Freeways” or “On Surface Street.”
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For “Places along the route,” the system
looks in front of you within a corridor
width specified by your values for “On
Freeways” or “On Surface Street.”
The system checks the upcoming area,
based on your input.
The diagram below shows how the
system handles the search for “Places
Along the Route” or “Places Around the
Destination” (see Waypoints on
page 62).
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For “Places around the destination,” the
system searches outwards in a spiral
from the destination. In this case,
specific search values are not needed;
the matches are displayed in order of
distance from destination.
NOTE:
These settings do not affect the search
range used for the voice commands like
“Find nearest gas station” that are also
available when viewing the map screen.
Main Menu
System Setup
Guidance Mode
Allows you to select the guidance
display mode: Single Screen or Split
Screen.
Vehicle
From the Setup screen (second), say or
select Vehicle and the following screen
appears:
To get to Guidance Mode from the
Setup screen, select in sequence,
“More,” “Routing & Guidance,” and
“Guidance Mode.”
The factory default is Single Screen.
NOTE:
The Guidance Mode can also be
selected on the Icon Selection screen.
See Showing Icons on the Map on
page 57.
Off-road Tracking
With this On, the system will provide
white off-road tracking dots
(“breadcrumbs”) on the map screen
whenever you drive into an area where
the map does not show any roads.
See Map Screen Legend on page 18.
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After you have traveled approximately
1/2 mile away from a mapped road, the
system will display a series of white
dots on the map screen to show the path
you have traveled. This is provided so
you can follow the dots to backtrack to
the mapped road you originally left.
Tracking continues until you reach a
mapped road. See Off-road Tracking on
page 59.
Tracking is shown only in the 1/20, 1/8,
1/4, and 1/2 mile scales, or the 80, 200,
400, and 800 meter scales. Use the
ZOOM buttons to change the scales if
necessary.
NOTE:
To clear existing dots, turn this feature
off and exit Setup. To re-enable this
feature, return to Setup and turn it on
again.
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System Setup
Correct Vehicle Position
The system relies on satellites for
positioning information. Buildings,
tunnels, and other objects can block or
reflect these signals, requiring the
system to use “dead reckoning” to
determine your location and direction.
This can sometimes lead to small errors
in positioning, such as showing you on
an adjacent street.
NOTE:
Using this function to adjust vehicle
position is not recommended. When the
system acquires a GPS signal, it will
automatically place the vehicle in the
correct location.
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If you choose to do this, follow these
steps:
1. Stop the vehicle.
2. Select Adjust, and the system will
display a map adjustment screen.
NOTE:
If you continually have to do this, there
are either problems in the database or
GPS reception problems. See
Accessories Precautions on page 5.
4. When you have finished, press the
joystick or select Done to return to
the previous screen.
5. As you drive, the current road will be
displayed at the bottom of the screen.
3. Use the ZOOM buttons and the
joystick to move the location
arrowhead to the correct location.
Touch the arrow buttons on the
bottom of the screen to rotate the
direction arrows so the vehicle
position is pointing in the correct
direction.
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Main Menu
System Setup
System Information
Basic Settings
From the Setup screen (second), say or
select System Information and the
following screen appears:
From the Setup screen (second), say or
select Basic Settings and the
following screen appears:
This information is for dealer use only.
For ordering updates, use the version
number stamped on the label (as Ver. X.
XX) of the navigation DVD. See
Obtaining a Navigation Update DVD on
page 103.
Keyboard Layout
Allows you to select the displayed
keypad screen: Alphabet or
QWERTY.
When finished, say or select Return to
return to the previous screen.
Voice Recognition Feedback
Allows you to turn voice control system
prompts On or Off. When Off, you will
not hear the voice control system
confirmations or prompts.
Units (mile or km)
Allows you to select the units for the
entire system (mile or km).
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System Setup
Clock Settings
From the Setup screen (second), say or
select Clock Settings and the
following screen appears:
This screen allows you to set or adjust
the following:
• Auto Daylight Saving Time
(Default = On)
• Auto Time Zone by GPS
(Default = On)
• DST (Daylight Saving Time)
Selection
(change DST schedule)
• Time Adjustment (adjust your clock)
• Reset button (resets this screen’s
settings to factory defaults)
Clock Adjustment
When you select Clock Adjustment,
the following screen appears:
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Auto Daylight Saving Time
Sets automatic daylight saving time On
or Off. If set to On, the clock will
automatically “spring ahead” or “fall
back” by one hour when a daylight
saving time change occurs. If you reside
in a state or area where daylight saving
time is not used, then you may want to
turn this feature off.
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NOTE:
If you set Auto Daylight Saving Time to
On, the daylight saving time function is
activated even in an area that does not
use daylight saving time.
The federal government mandated that
starting in 2007, daylight saving time
begins in March and ends in November
instead of the old schedule from April to
October. The schedule is subject to
review and possible cancellation in
2008-2009.
The schedules for the time changes are
stored in the software and can be
selected in the DST schedule
selection screen. Therefore, your clock
will change based on the daylight saving
time schedule.
NOTE:
The automatic clock setting feature
relies on a satellite signal. It will not
work in Hawaii and Alaska.
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System Setup
Auto Time Zone by GPS
Sets automatic time zone selection by
GPS to On or Off. If you are driving
across the country and passing through
time zones, then this feature will
automatically set the time to the time
zone you are traveling through.
However, if you live and work in two
different time zones, you may want to
turn this feature off.
During 2008-2009, it is possible that
this new change will be canceled by the
government and returned back to the
previous “April-October” schedule. If
so, simply change the schedule in this
setting back to the “April-October”
schedule.
Clock Type
Allows you to choose the design of the
clock screen. For more informaion, see
Clock Type on page 74.
NOTE:
When driving near a time zone
boundary, the displayed time zone may
fluctuate between the two zone times.
Daylight Saving Time (DST)
Selection (Change DST Schedule)
This option lets you select the schedule
(April-October or MarchNovember) when daylight saving time
will automatically occur in your
navigation system. The system default is
the March-November schedule as
mandated by the U.S. government.
Time Adjustment
Adjusts the current time in hours and
minutes. You can reset the adjustment
by selecting Reset. Selecting Done
returns you to the previous screen.
NOTE:
Selecting Reset also clears any
changes you made to “Auto Daylight
Saving Time,” “Auto Time Zone by
GPS,” or “DST Selection” settings.
Depending on your location, you may
need to adjust these settings.
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System Setup
Color
From the Setup screen (second), say or
select Color and the following screen
appears:
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Map Color
Allows you to choose the map color
from one of four colors for the Day and
Night modes.
Menu Color
Allows you to choose the menu color
from one of five colors for the Base
and Window.
Say or select Return to return to the
previous screen.
Say or select Return to return to the
previous screen.
NOTE:
• Choose White (factory default is
Beige) as the Day color to obtain the
best daytime display contrast.
• Choose Black (factory default) as
the Night color to obtain the best
nighttime display contrast.
NOTE:
• Choose Black (factory default) as
the Base color to obtain the best
display contrast.
• Choose White (factory default) as
the Window color to obtain the best
display contrast.
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Main Menu
System Setup
Rearview Camera
Your vehicle is equipped with a
rearview camera as shown in the
illustration.
Rearview
Camera
Whenever you shift to R (Reverse) with
the ignition switch in the ON (II)
position, the rear view is shown on the
navigation screen. For the best image,
always keep the rearview camera lens
clean, and be sure it is not covered.
Rearview Camera Brightness
Adjustment
When the vehicle is in reverse, the touch
screen and navigation “hard” buttons
are locked out, except the ZOOM
buttons. Touching the “▼” or “▲”
button allows you to adjust the
brightness of the rearview camera
image. This brightness adjustment is
independent of the screen brightness
adjustment in Setup.
NOTE:
• The camera brightness cannot be
adjusted by voice control.
• Slight delays can occur when
switching to the camera image, or
switching back to the map/menu
screen. This is normal.
Since the rearview camera display area
is limited, you should always back up
slowly and carefully, and look behind
you for obstacles.
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Main Menu
System Initialization
System Initialization
Entering the Security Code
If for any reason you lose power to the
navigation system (e.g., the battery was
disconnected), the navigation system
will require initialization. Once
completed, your system will be ready to
use.
If the battery goes dead or is
disconnected for any reason, you will
have to enter a security code for both the
audio system and the navigation system
before you can use it again.
This initialization requires the
following:
• Entry of the 4-digit anti-theft security
code.
• GPS initialization (may not be needed
depending on the length of time the
system was without power).
• Map matching to align the GPS
coordinates to a place on the map
(displays current street at the bottom
of the map).
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When you purchased the vehicle, you
should have received two cards
containing the audio and navigation
system’s security codes and serial
numbers. Keep these cards in a safe
place in case you need the codes. If you
lose the cards, you must obtain the
security codes from your dealer.
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Enter the four-digit security code, then
select Done. If you make a mistake, the
system will display “incorrect PIN.” Reenter your 4-digit security code. If you
have entered it correctly, the display
changes to the Disclaimer screen. You
have 10 chances to enter the correct
code. If all 10 are incorrect, turn the
ignition to OFF, then back to ON (II) to
have 10 more chances to enter the
correct code.
NOTE:
The anti-theft security code is unrelated
to your optional navigation system PIN
(for Personal Address Book or Home
Address).
Main Menu
System Initialization
GPS Initialization
Depending on the length of time the
battery was disconnected, your system
may require GPS initialization. If it
does, the following screen appears:
The navigation system lost power and is acquiring its
location from the GPS satellites. This usually takes
less than 10 minutes.
* Start the engine.
* Park the vehicle in an open area away from trees,
power lines, and tall buildings.
* Remove loose articles, cell phones, or electrical
accessories located near the GPS antenna.
* If this screen is displayed repeatedly when starting
the vehicle, see your dealer.
If this procedure is not necessary, the
system proceeds directly to the
Disclaimer screen (see page 16).
During initialization, the system
searches for all available GPS satellites
and obtains their orbital information.
During this procedure, the vehicle
should be out in the open with a clear
view of the sky.
If the navigation system finds the
satellites properly, this box clears and
the Disclaimer screen is shown. If
within 10 minutes the system fails to
locate a sufficient number of satellites to
locate your position, the following
screen appears:
Something is interfering with the system’s ability to
acquire its location. Check the following:
* The vehicle must be in an open area with a clear
view of the sky.
* Remove sources of GPS interference like metallic
window tint above antenna, or electrical items
near antenna (see owner's manual for details).
* Check GPS antenna cable connection.
* Restart the engine and repeat the GPS acquire
procedure. If the problem persists, see your dealer.
Map Matching
This part of the initialization matches
the GPS coordinates found above with a
road on the map screen. To perform this
part of the procedure, ensure that the
navigation system is displaying a map,
and drive the vehicle on a mapped road
(a road shown on the map screen). Do
not enter a destination at this time.
When the name of the current road you
are driving on appears at the bottom of
the screen, the entire procedure is
complete. Your system is now ready to
use.
If the system is still unable to acquire a
signal, follow the instructions on the
screen, or contact your local dealer for
assistance.
NOTE:
The average acquiring time is less than
10 minutes, but it can take as long as 45
minutes.
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Main Menu
System Limitations
Although your navigation system is one
of the most highly sophisticated pieces
of equipment you will find in a modern
automobile, you may find during its use
that it has certain limitations.
The system uses Global Positioning
System (GPS) signals to aid in
determining its current location. The
GPS is operated by the U.S.
Department of Defense. For security
reasons, there are certain inaccuracies
built into the GPS that the navigation
system must constantly compensate for.
This can cause occasional positioning
errors of up to several hundred feet.
For example, in urban areas where
streets are close together, this could
cause the system to show that you are
traveling on a street that parallels the
street you are actually on. The system
will, under most circumstances, correct
itself while you drive.
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Depending on your current view of the
sky and the position of the satellites, the
elevation may be shown incorrectly.
You may also notice some delay of the
vehicle position icon at intersections;
this is normal.
GPS Reception Issues
The signals received from the GPS
satellites are extremely weak (less than
a millionth of the strength of a local FM
station) and require an unobstructed
view of the sky. The signal can easily be
interrupted or interfered with by the
following:
• Aftermarket metallic window tint
above or to the sides of the GPS
antenna (located under the
dashboard)
• Cell phones, PDAs, or other
electronic devices docked in a cradle
or lying loose on the dashboard
• Radar detectors mounted on the
dashboard
• Remote starters, or “hidden” vehicle
tracking systems mounted near the
navigation unit
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• Other aftermarket audio electronic
devices mounted near the navigation
unit
• Trees, tall buildings, freeway
overpasses, tunnels, or overhead
electrical power wires
Although the system will direct you to
your desired destination, it may not
always generate what you consider to be
the most direct route. Try changing the
method of routing. See Changing the
Routing Method on page 45. You may
also have Unverified Area Routing set
to OFF. See Unverified Area Routing on
page 82.
Additionally, the mapping database
contains verified and unverified maps.
See Map Overview on page 6. A
Disclaimer screen will warn you if your
route includes unverified streets.
Unverified streets may be missing from
the map, in the wrong location, or have
an incorrect name or address range.
Exercise additional caution when
driving in these unverified areas.
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System Limitations
The destination icon shows the
approximate location of the destination.
This occurs because a city block can
have as many as 100 possible addresses
(for example, the 1400 block is followed
by the 1500 block). Since most cities
use only a portion of the 100 possible
addresses (for example, in the 1400
block, the addresses may only go up to
1425 before the 1500 block starts), the
address 1425 will be shown a quarter of
the way down the block by the system
instead of at the end of the block where
the destination is actually located.
You may find that the system
occasionally reboots. This is indicated
by the display returning to the globe
screen. A reboot can be caused by a
number of things, such as extreme
temperatures or shock from bumpy
roads. It does not necessarily indicate a
problem that requires service. If this
happens frequently, please see your
dealer.
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Main Menu
Database Limitations
You will find that some points of
interest (POI) may be missing when you
search the database. This can be caused
if at the time the database was gathered,
the name was misspelled, the place was
improperly categorized, or the POI
change is not yet in the database. This
means you may not find places listed
that you know exist. This is also true for
police agencies and hospitals. In
outlying areas, facilities listed may not
be the closest. Always check with local
information sources if you need law
enforcement or hospital services.
Every effort has been made to verify
that the system’s database was accurate
at the time it was created. However,
businesses do close or relocate, and new
businesses start in the old locations. For
this reason, you may occasionally find
inaccurate information when you select
and drive to a point of interest (for
example, a restaurant is now a jewelry
store). The number of these inaccuracies
increases the longer you go without an
update.
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The digitized map database reflects
conditions as they existed at various
points in time before production.
Accordingly, your DVD may contain
inaccurate or incomplete data or
information due to the passage of time,
road construction, changing conditions,
or other causes.
Due to ongoing software and database
improvements, navigation disc versions
may change in the middle of a
production year. The version shipped
with your vehicle was the most recent
available at the time of production and
is considered standard equipment for
that vehicle. There is no free program to
retrofit early production vehicles with
the latest disc. For DVD ordering
information, see page 103.
In addition, this database does not
include, analyze, process, consider, or
reflect any of the following categories
of information:
• Neighborhood quality or safety
• Population density
• Availability or proximity of law
enforcement
• Emergency, rescue, medical, or other
assistance
• Construction work, zones, or hazards
• Road and lane closures
• Legal restrictions (such as vehicular
type, weight, load, height, and speed
restrictions)
• Road slope or grade
• Bridge height, width, weight, or other
limits
• Road traffic, safety, or conditions
• Weather conditions
• Special events
• Pavement characteristics or conditions
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Database Limitations
• Traffic congestion
• Travel time
We assume no liability for any incident
that may result from an error in the
program, or from changed conditions
not noted above.
Copyrights
• infoUSA-Data: Certain business data
provided by infoUSA, Inc., Omaha,
Nebraska, Copyright © 2007, All
Rights Reserved.
• EXIT-Data: © ZENRIN CO., LTD.
2007. All Rights Reserved.
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Main Menu
Customer Assistance
Reporting Errors
Occasionally, you may encounter
database errors.
• If the error pertains to freeways and
main “verified” roads shown in black
on the map, then report it either
online at
http://update.navteq.com/, or to
Honda Customer Service.
• If the error does not involve the
database, such as vehicle position
icon errors, screen error messages, or
other GPS-related errors, see
Frequently Asked Questions on
page 122, System Limitations on
page 98, or Troubleshooting on
page 132.
• If the error involves a light brown
“unverified” road, then do not report
it. These areas have not been verified,
and are provided for reference only
(see Map Overview on page 6).
• For errors in points of interest (POI),
like a business that has changed its
name, do not report them. Keep in
mind that depending on when the data
was collected and when your DVD
was purchased, the database can be
out of date. The business may have
not reported the change(s), or not be
in the database at all. Update
Navigation DVDs are available for
purchase, usually in the fall of each
year.
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Honda Automobile
Customer Service
Telephone: (800) 999-1009
Fax: (310) 783-3273
Mail:
Honda Navi
America Honda Motor Co., Inc.
Honda Customer Service
MS 500-2N-7A
1919 Torrance Blvd.
Torrance, CA 90501-2746
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Customer Assistance
Visiting Your Dealer
We strive to make this manual as
complete as possible and to answer all
questions regarding operation of the
system. Occasionally, you may run into
a specific issue that you cannot find in
the book. You may save yourself a trip
to the dealer by first consulting the
following resources:
• The Troubleshooting section (see
page 132).
• The Frequently Asked Questions
(FAQs) section (see page 122).
• The FAQs found on the online DVD
order site (see “Obtaining a DVD”).
• For detailed questions regarding
audio or other systems that interact
with the navigation system, see the
main vehicle Owner’s manual or the
Quick Start Guide.
• Call Honda Customer Relations (see
“Honda Automobile Customer
Service” on page 102).
• For database or POI issues, follow the
guidelines in the “Reporting Errors”
section (see page 102).
If your question is still unanswered and
you wish to visit the dealer, please be
prepared to demonstrate the issue to the
service advisor. This way, the service
advisor can document the issue for the
factory to allow more efficient
troubleshooting.
Some issues may at first seem random,
but you may notice a pattern. For
example, they only occur when you
enter a specific address, or when driving
on a certain road, or just when it is cold.
This information is very useful to the
service advisor. Be patient, the service
advisor may be unfamiliar with your
specific issue.
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Obtaining a Navigation
Update DVD
Honda is continually expanding the
scope of the navigation system.
Upgraded software may be made
available to navigation system owners
periodically, usually in the fall of each
year.
To purchase an updated DVD or a
replacement DVD, call the Honda
Navigation Disc Fulfillment Center at
(888) 291-4675. You can also order
online by going to www.hondanavi.com.
NOTE:
• DVDs are not available at your
dealer. However, the dealer may
order a DVD for you as a courtesy.
There is no program for free DVD
updates.
• The DVD order line staff cannot
answer technical questions regarding
navigation operation, coverage, or
POIs.
• Purchasing used discs from alternate
sources or online auctions may cause
operational problems since they are
likely to be incompatible with your
current software.
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Main Menu
Customer Assistance
Changing the DVD
3. Press down on the DVD cover release
tab , then lower the cover .
NOTE:
The system’s database is stored on a
removable DVD. The system will not
work without the DVD. Ensure the door
remains closed at all times.
1. Remove the DVD while the ignition
switch is in the ACCESSORY (I)
position or in the ON (II) position.
2. Push the OPEN button to tilt the
screen down.
5. Pull the DVD straight out. Hold the
DVD by the edges. Fingerprints,
scratches, or other contamination on
the playing surface can make the
DVD unreadable.
CLOSE button
NOTE:
Be sure to close the DVD cover
completely before closing the screen.
The DVD cover may be damaged.
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4. Press the MAP (Eject) button. The
DVD will automatically come out
and an error message will be
displayed on the screen. This is
normal.
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To install the DVD, make sure the
turquoise (blue/green) label is facing up.
Slide the DVD into the DVD slot. The
DVD is automatically pulled into the
navigation system. Make sure you close
the navigation DVD cover, then close
the screen using the CLOSE button on
the bottom of the screen.
Main Menu
Customer Assistance
PC Card Operation
A PC card with WMA or MP3 audio
files can be played through the audio
system and controlled using the
navigation voice control system. PC
card (PCMCIA) adaptors and various
media chips can be purchased at any
computer store. Tested media chips
include Compact Flash and SD media,
up to 2GB. Other media types and
storage capacities may work, but have
not been tested. Hard disc drive type
media are not recommended because
they can fail in a hot vehicle. See the
FAQs section for additional
information.
PC card slot
Inserting the PC Card
Ensure that the PCMCIA PC card
adaptor contains the media chip, and
that the card adaptor is fully inserted in
the slot, otherwise the display door will
not close. Once the card is inserted and
the door closed, there is a delay while
the system reads the tag information
(the folders, song titles, etc.). Once the
tag information is read, the “CARD” or
“TRACK LIST” buttons will function.
For more information on the search
feature, see the audio section of the
vehicle Owner’s manual.
Voice Control of PC Card
Functions
The navigation voice control system can
be used to select the first 30 tracks
directly by using the command, “Card
play track X” (X=1-30). Additional
voice commands allow the card tracks,
artists, and albums to be played in a
random, repeat, or scan mode. See the
complete list of “Card” voice
commands starting on page 142.
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CD/CD-R Operation
A CD or a burned CD-R with MP3 or
WMA media files can be played by the
audio system and controlled using
navigation voice commands. The
display door will not close with a
partially inserted CD in the slot. Once
the display closes, there may be a slight
delay before the “CD” or “TRACK
LIST” buttons function. This is because
the system has to read the tag
information (artist, album, and track
names) to allow searches to function.
For more information on the search
feature, see the audio section of the
vehicle Owner’s manual.
NOTE:
Ensure that burned CD-R discs do not
have “stick-on” paper labels. The label
adhesive can melt in a hot vehicle, and
allow the label to curl up and jam the
CD mechanism. Use a felt-tipped
marker to label your CD-R discs.
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Customer Assistance
Voice Control of CD Functions
The navigation voice control system can
be used to select the first 30 tracks
directly by using the command, “CD
play track X” (X=1-30). Additional
voice commands allow CD tracks, and
folders be played in a random, repeat, or
scan mode. See the complete list of
“CD” voice commands starting on
page 143.
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Coverage Areas
Map Coverage
The system provides map coverage for
the lower 48 U.S. states, Hawaii, and
southern Canada. The U.S. map
coverage consists of accurately mapped
(verified) metropolitan areas (in the
following list) and a less accurate
(unverified) rural database. Canada
coverage consists of major metropolitan
areas and major roads connecting the
metropolitan areas within about 100
miles north of the U.S. border. If you
need additional northern Canada
coverage, you may purchase the
Canadian DVD (see Obtaining a
Navigation Update DVD on page 103).
See Map Overview on page 6 for a
discussion of map coverage.
The cities and metropolitan areas in the
following list are fully mapped. Only
major streets, roads, and freeways have
been verified outside these areas. If your
route passes through these areas, routing
may be limited, depending on your
routing choices. See Unverified Area
Routing on page 82.
If you desire additional map coverage
information, contact Honda Customer
Services or go to www.hondanavi.com.
U.S. Detailed Coverage Areas
Alabama
Birmingham/Tuscaloosa
Huntsville
Mobile
Montgomery
Arizona
Phoenix Metro
Sedona
Tucson
Yuma
Arkansas
Fayetteville
Fort Smith
Hot Springs
Little Rock
California
Central Valley - including Fresno,
Merced, Modesto, and Stockton
Humboldt
Los Angeles/San Diego Metro
Mammoth Lakes
Sacramento Metro
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San Francisco Bay (approximately
Monterey to Sonoma) – including
Monterey County and Hollister
Southern California Area - including
Bakersfield and San Luis Obispo
Yuba
Colorado
Denver/Boulder/Colorado Springs/
Ski Resorts Metro area – including
Ft. Collins
Grand Junction
Connecticut
Bridgeport
Danbury
Hartford Metro
New Haven Metro
Norwalk
Stamford
Delaware
Entire state – including Dover,
Wilmington Metro area, New
Castle County
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Coverage Areas
Florida
Cape Canaveral/Cocoa Beach/
Titusville
Florida Keys
Fort Myers Metro area – including
Naples
Fort Pierce
Gainesville
Jacksonville Metro – including St.
Johns County
Miami/Fort Lauderdale/West Palm
Beach Metro
Orlando/Daytona Beach/Melbourne
area – including Osceola County
Panama City
Pensacola
Tallahassee
Tampa Bay/St. Petersburg Metro –
including Pasco and Manatee
Counties
Vero Beach
Georgia
Athens
Atlanta Metro
Augusta/Aiken Metro
Columbus
Macon
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Hawaii (all cities for the following
islands)
Hawaii
Kauai
Lanai
Maui
Molokai
Oahu
Idaho
Boise
Sun Valley Ski Resorts
Illinois
Bloomington-Normal
Carbondale
Champaign
Charleston
Chicago Metro (to Wisconsin border)
– including Lake County, IN, and
Dekalb County, IL
East St. Louis Metro
Galesburg
Moline
Peoria
Quincy
Rock Island
Rockford
Springfield
Urbana-Danville
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Indiana
Bloomington
Evansville
Fort Wayne
Gary/Hammond Metro
Indianapolis Metro
Kokomo Metro
Muncie
Northwest Indiana
South Bend/Elkhart/Goshen
Iowa
Cedar Rapids
Davenport
Des Moines
Iowa City
Waterloo-Cedar Falls
Kansas
Kansas City/Leavenworth Metro
Topeka
Wichita
Kentucky
Lexington
Louisville
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Coverage Areas
Louisiana
Baton Rouge
New Orleans Metro
Shreveport
Maine
Bangor
Bar Harbor/Acadia National Park
Portland/Lewiston/Auburn
Maryland
State of (partial) - Baltimore/
Washington D.C. Metro – including
Charles and Carroll Counties
Cumberland
Ocean City
Massachusetts
Boston/Cape Cod Metro
Cape Cod
Springfield Metro area
Complete coverage of all cities in
Barnstable, Berkshire, Bristol,
Essex, Hampshire, Hampden,
Middlesex, Norfolk, Plymouth,
Suffolk, and Worcester Counties
Michigan
Detroit Metro area – including Ann
Arbor, Pontiac, Flint, Clinton,
Eaton, and Monroe Counties
Kalamazoo
Northern Michigan Resort Area –
including Traverse City, Elk
Rapids, Petoskey, Charlevoix,
Boyne City, and Harbor Springs
Saginaw-Midland
Southeast Michigan – including
Detroit - Grand Rapids - Lansing
Southern Michigan
Minnesota
Minneapolis/St. Paul Metro –
including cities in Anoka Scott and
Carver Counties
Moorhead
Rochester
Mississippi
Biloxi/Gulfport
Jackson
Memphis
Tupelo
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Missouri
Branson
Columbia
Kansas City (KS-MO) Metro –
including Platte County
Springfield
St. Louis Metro (IL-MO) – including
additional cities in Jefferson
County
Montana
Billings
Missoula
Nebraska
Lincoln (Lancaster County)
Omaha
Nevada
Las Vegas Metro
Reno/Lake Tahoe
New Hampshire
Lebanon
Manchester
Nashua
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Coverage Areas
New Jersey
Camden Metro
Newark Metro
Southern New Jersey – including
Atlantic City/Cape May/
Cumberland Metro
Trenton Metro – including Ocean and
Hunterdon Counties
New Mexico
Albuquerque
Las Cruces
Santa Fe
Taos Ski Resorts
New York
Binghamton
Buffalo – including Erie and Niagara
Counties
Eastern New York – including the
Adirondack, Oneonta Cooperstown, New York City
Metro, Albany, Glen Falls,
Schenectady, Troy
Ithaca
Lake Placid
Rochester – including cities in
Monroe County
Syracuse
Utica
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North Carolina
Asheville
Charlotte Metro
Fayetteville
Hickory
Jacksonville
Morgantown
Raleigh-Durham Metro
Wilmington
Winston-Salem/Greensboro Metro
North Dakota
Fargo Metro
Ohio
Akron
Columbus/Marysville Metro
Cincinnati Metro – including Butler
County
Cleveland Metro – including Geauga
County
Dayton
Lima
Springfield
Toledo (Lucas County)
Youngstown
Oklahoma
Oklahoma City
Tulsa
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Oregon
Bend
Eugene
Medford
Portland/Salem Metro
Pennsylvania
Allentown
Erie
Gettysburg
Harrisburg
Lancaster
Philadelphia Metro
Reading
Southeastern Pennsylvania
Southwest Pennsylvania - including
Pittsburgh and Washington County
State College/University Park
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton
Williamsport
York
Rhode Island
Newport
Providence Metro
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Coverage Areas
South Carolina
Beaufort
Charleston
Columbia
Greenville/Spartanburg – including
additional cities in Greenville and
Spartanburg Counties
Myrtle Beach Metro
Rock Hill Metro
South Dakota
Sioux Falls
Tennessee
Chattanooga
Johnson City/Kingsport/Bristol
Knoxville/Farragut Metro
Memphis Metro – including Desoto
and Tunica Counties
Nashville
Texas
Amarillo
Austin Metro
Beaumont
Big Bend
Bryan/College Station
Corpus Christi
Dallas/Fort Worth Metro – including
additional cities in Grayson County
El Paso
Houston Metro – including additional
cities in Galveston County
Longview
Lubbock
Midland/Odessa Metro
Nacogdoches-Lufkin
San Antonio Metro
South Padre Island
Texarkana
Wichita Falls
Utah
Moab
Ogden
Park City
Salt Lake City Metro
St. George
Vermont
Rutland
State of (partial) - including
Burlington, Montpelier
Virginia
Washington D.C. detailed area –
including Alexandria, Arlington,
Fairfax, Falls Church, Fauquier
County, Fredericksburg City,
Manassas, and additional cities in
Loudon and Prince William
Counties
Bristol
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Charlottesville
Danville
Emporia
Lynchburg
Richmond Metro
Roanoke
Shenandoah National Park
Staunton-Waynesboro-Harrisonburg
Williamsburg/Norfolk/Virginia
Beach Metro – including Charles
City, Hopewell, Kent, and Prince
George Counties
Winchester
Washington
Bellingham
Seattle/Tacoma/Olympia Metro –
including Island County
Spokane
Tri-Cities
Whatcom
Point Roberts (community)
Yakima
West Virginia
Charleston
Harper’s Ferry Metro
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Main Menu
Coverage Areas
Wisconsin
Appleton
Beloit
Eau Claire
Green Bay
Janesville
Kenosha County
La Crosse
Madison
Lake Geneva
Milwaukee Metro – including
Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Washington,
and Waukesha Counties
Neenah
Oshkosh
Racine
Sheboygan
Wausau
Wyoming
Cheyenne
Jackson Ski Resorts
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Canada Detailed Coverage Areas
NOTE:
The blue city names are not included in
the USA South DVD. To obtain
coverage for cities listed in blue, you
may purchase the Canada DVD (see
page 98, Obtaining a Navigation DVD).
DVDs are not available at your dealer.
ALBERTA
Airdrie
Banff
Beaumont
Calgary
Calmar
Canmore
Chestermere
Cochrane
Crossfield
Devon
Edmonton
Fort Saskatchewan
Leduc
Lethbridge
Medicine Hat
Spruce Grove
St. Albert
Stony Plain
Strathcona County
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
Greater Vancouver
Anmore
Belcarra
Bowen Island
Burnaby
Coquitlam
Delta
Langley
Langley Twp
Lions Bay
Maple Ridge
New Westminster
North Vancouver
North Vancouver District
Pitt Meadows
Port Coquitlam
Port Moody
Richmond
Surrey
Vancouver
West Vancouver
White Rock
Whatcom, WA
Point Roberts (Community) also
listed in USA Washington St Cities
Main Menu
Coverage Areas
Fraser Valley
Abbottsford
Chilliwack
Mission
Squamish-Lillooet
Squamish
Whistler
Thompson-Nicola
Kamloops
Central Okanagan
Kelowna
Peachland
Okanagan-Similkamen
Penticton
Summerland
Victoria
Capital
Central Saanich
Colwood
Esquimalt
Highlands
Langford
Metchosin
North Saanich
Oak Bay
Saanich
Sidney
Sooke
Victoria
View Royal
MANITOBA
East St Paul
Headingley
West St Paul
Winnipeg
NOVA SCOTIA
Halifax (partial)
ONTARIO
Brant
Brant
Brantford
Chatham-Kent
Chatham-Kent
Dufferin
Amaranth
East Garafraxa
East Luther Grand Valley
Melancthon
Mono
Mulmur
Orangeville
Shelburne
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Durham
Ajax
Brock
Clarington
Oshawa
Pickering
Scugog
Uxbridge
Whitby
Elgin
Aylmer
Bayham
Central Elgin
Dutton/Dunwich
Malahide
Southwold
St. Thomas
West Elgin
Frontenac
Frontenac Islands
Kingston
Gatineau
Gatineau
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Main Menu
Coverage Areas
Grey
Blue Mountains
Chatsworth
Georgian Bluffs
Meaford
Grey Highlands
Hanover
Owen Sound
Southgate
West Grey
Haldimand
Haldimand
Halton
Burlington
Halton Mills
Milton
Oakville
Hamilton
Hamilton
Kawartha Lakes
Kawartha Lakes
Lambton
Brooke-Alvinston
Dawn-Euphemia
Enniskillen
Lambton Shores
Oil Springs
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Petrolia
Plympton-Wyoming
Point Edward
Sarnia
St Clair
Warwick
Muskoka
Bracebridge
Georgian Bay
Gravenhurst
Huntsville
Lake of Bays
Muskoka Lakes
Middlesex
Adelaide Metcalfe
London
Lucan Biddulph
Middlesex Centre
Newbury
North Middlesex
Southwest Middlesex
Strathroy-Caradoc
Thames Centre
Niagara
Fort Erie
Grimsby
Lincoln
Niagara-on-the-Lake
Niagara Falls
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Pelham
Port Colborne
St Catharines
Thorold
Wainfleet
Welland
West Lincoln
Norfolk
Norfolk
Ottawa
Ottawa
Oxford
Blandford-Blenheim
East Zorra-Tavistock
Ingersoll
Norwich
South-West Oxford
Tillsonburg
Woodstock
Zorra
Peel
Brampton
Caledon
Mississauga
Main Menu
Coverage Areas
Perth
North Perth
Perth East
Perth South
St. Mary’s
Stratford
West Perth
Simcoe
Adjala-Tosorontio
Barrie
Bradford West Gwillimbury
Clearview
Collingwood
Essa
Innisfil
Midland
New Tecumseth
Orillia
Oro-Medonte
Penetanguishene
Ramara
Severn
Springwater
Tay
Tiny
Wasaga Beach
Toronto
Toronto
Waterloo
Cambridge
Kitchener
North Dumfries
Waterloo
Wellesley
Wilmot
Woolwich
Wellington
Centre Wellington
Erin
Guelph
Guelph/Eramosa
Mapleton
Minto
Puslinch
Wellington North
York
Aurora
East Gwillimbury
Georgina
King
Markham
Newmarket
Richmond Hill
Vaughan
Whitchurch-Stouffville
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Windsor
Essex
Amherstburg
Essex
Kingsville
Lakeshore
Lasalle
Leamington
Pelee
Tecumseh
Windsor
Inter-Town (partial) Coverage
Counties/Districts/Regional
Municipalities
Brant
Bruce
Chatham-Kent
Dufferin
Elgin
Essex
Frontenac
Gray
Haldimand-Norfolk
Haliburton
Hastings
Huron
Kawartha Lakes
Lambton
Lanark
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Main Menu
Coverage Areas
Leeds and Granville
Lennox and Addington
Middlesex
Muskoka
Northumberland
Oxford
Perth
Peterborough
Prescott and Russell
Prince Edward
Simcoe
Stormont, Dundas, and Glengarry
Waterloo
Wellington
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QUÉBEC
Montreal-Laurentians
Deux-Montagnes
Deux-Montagnes
Oka
Pointe-Calumet
St-Eustache
St-Joseph-du-Lac
Ste-Marthe-sur-le-Lac
St-Placide
L’Assomption
Charlemagne
L’Assomption
L’Èpiphanie
L’Èpiphanie Paroisse
Repentigny
St-Sulpice
La Rivìere-du-Nord
Prévost
St-Colomban
St-Hippolyte
St-Jèrôme
Ste-Sophie
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La Vallee-du-Richelieu
Beloeil
Caringnan
Chambly
McMasterville
Mont-St-Hilaire
Otterburn Park
St-Antoine-sur-Richelieu
St-Basile-le-Grand
St-Charles-sur-Richelieu
St-Denis-sur-Richelieu
St-Jean-Baptiste
St-Marc-sur-Richelieu
St-Mathieu-de-Beloeil
LaJemmerais
Calixa-Lavallée
Contrecoeur
St-Amable
Ste-Julie
Varennes
Verchères
Laval
Laval
Main Menu
Coverage Areas
Les Laurentides
Amherst
Arundel
Barkmere
Brèbeuf
Huberdeau
La Conception
La Minerve
Labelle
Lac-Supèrieur
Lantier
Mont-Tremblant
Montcalm
St-Faustin-Lac-Carrè
Ste-Agathe-des-Monts
Ste-Lucie-des-Laurentides
Val-David
Val-des-Lacs
Val-Morin
Les Moulins
Mascouche
Terrebonne
Les Pays-D’en-Haut
Lac-des-Seize-Îles
Morin-Heights
Piedmont
Ste-Adolphe-d’Howard
St-Sauveur
Ste-Adèle
Ste-Anne-des-Lacs
Ste-Marguerite-Estèrel
Wentworth-Nord
Longueuil
Boucherville
Brossard
Longueuil
St-Bruno-de-Montarville
St-Lambert
Mirabel
Mirabel
Montreal
Baie-D’Urfé
Beaconsfield
Côte-St-Luc
Dollard-des-Ormeaux
Dorval
Hampstead
Kirkland
L’Ïle -Dorval
Montréal
Montréal-Est
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Montréal-Ouest
Mont-Royal
Pointe-Claire
Senneville
Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue
Westmount
Roussillon
Candiac
Chateauguay
Delson
La Prairie
Lery
Mercier
Ste-Catherine
St-Constant
St-Isidore
St-Mathieu
St-Philippe
Therese-de-Blainville
Blainville
Boisbriand
Bois-des-Filion
Lorraine
Rosemere
Ste-Therese
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Main Menu
Coverage Areas
Vaudreuil-Soulanges
Coteau-du-Lac
Hudson
Les Cèdres
Les Coteaux
L’Ile-Cadieux
L’Ile-Perrot
Notre-Dame-de-l’Ile-Perrot
Pincourt
Pointe-des-Cascades
Pointe-Fortune
Rigaud
Riviere-Beaudette
St-Clet
Ste-Justine-de-Newton
St-Lazare
Ste-Marthe
St-Polycarpe
St-Telesphore
St-Zotique
Terrasse-Vaudreuil
Vaudreuil-Dorion
Vaudreuil-sur-le-Lac
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Quebec
La Cote-de-Beaupré
Beaupré
Boischatel
Château-Richer
L’Ange-Gardien
St-Ferréol-les-Neiges
St-Joachim
St-Louis-de-Gonzague-du-CapTourmente
Ste-Anne-de-Beaupré
La Jacques-Cartier
Fossambault-sur-le-Lac
Lac-Beauport
Lac-Delage
Lac-St-Joseph
Ste-Brigitte-de-Laval
Ste-Catherine-de-la-Jacques-Cartier
Shannon
L’Île-d’Orléans
St-François- L’Île-d’Orléans
St-Jean
St-Laurent-de- L’Île-d’Orléans
St-Pierre-de- L’Île-d’Orléans
Ste-Famille
Ste-Pétronille
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Lévis
Lévis
Québec
L’Ancienne-Lorette
Notre-Dame-des-Anges
Québec
St-Augustin-de-Desmaures
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Coverage Areas
CANADA CONNECTOR ROADS
The Cross-Canada Connector Road
allows for travel between the provinces
of British Columbia and Quebec in
DCA 11. Major metropolitan city POIs
are also included.
Road Inclusion
Roads in the province of British
Columbia
Hwy-1/Trans Canada Hwy from
Alberta/BC boundary to Vancouver
detailed city
Hwy-3/Crowsnest Hwy from Hwy-1/
Trans Canada Hwy (Hope) to Hwy5/Coquihalla Hwy (Hope)
Hwy-5/Coquihalla Hwy (in Hope) to
Hwy-1/Trans Canada Hwy (in
Kamloops)
Hwy-99 between Vancouver and
Whistler
Roads in the province of Alberta
Hwy-1/Trans Canada Hwy across
whole province
Hwy-1A from Cochrane to Canmore
Hwy-1X from Hwy-1A to Hwy-1/
Trans Canada Hwy
Morley Road from Hwy-1/Trans
Canada Hwy
Hwy-3/Crowsnest Hwy (at Medicine
Hat) to Lethbridge
Hwy-4 (at Lethbridge) to 1-15 (U.S.
border)
Hwy-36 between Hwy-3 (in Taber)
and Hwy-4 (in Warner)
Hwy-3/Crowsnest Hwy (in
Lethbridge) to Hwy-2 (in Fort
Macleod)
Hwy-2 (in Fort Macleod) to Hwy-1/
Trans Canada Hwy (in Calgary)
Roads in the province of Saskatchewan
Hwy-1/Trans Canada Hwy across
whole province
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Roads in the province of Manitoba
Hwy-1/Trans Canada Hwy across
whole province
Hwy-100/Trans Canada Hwy in
Winnipeg (partial beltway)
Hwy-75 from Hwy-100/Trans
Canada Hwy (Winnipeg) south to
link with 1-29 (U.S. border)
Roads in the province of Ontario
Hwy-69/Trans Canada Hwy from
Muskoka district to Sudbury
Hwy-17/Trans Canada Hwy from
Ottawa Detailed Area Coverage to
Manitoba border
Hwy-17B at Sault Ste Marie to link
with 1-75 (U.S. border)
Hwy-61 from Hwy-17 at Thunder
Bay to link with US-61 (U.S.
border)
Hwy-11 from Muskoka district to
North Bay
Hwy-60 and Hwy-127 in Nipissing
County
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Main Menu
Coverage Areas
Operation in Alaska and
Hawaii
Certain functions that rely on a satellite
signal will not work in Alaska and
Hawaii. These functions include but are
not limited to XM radio, automatic
clock updates, and time zone
adjustments.
Alaska
If the vehicle was purchased in the
lower 48 states and driven to Alaska, the
system cannot display maps. The
message “Vehicle is out of the
database...” will be displayed.
Hawaii
This section describes the differences in
navigation system operation for vehicles
delivered in Hawaii.
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XM Radio
Navigation-equipped vehicles delivered
to Hawaii are equipped with XM
hardware, but XM broadcasting is not
available; therefore sections of the
manual that mention XM audio do not
apply. Vehicles originally delivered to
the U.S. mainland and shipped to Hawaii
also have XM, but will not function
because the XM satellites (aimed toward
the U.S. mainland) are too far away to
obtain reception.
Map Coverage
All roads displayed on the Hawaii map
screens are detailed coverage roads.
Text related to “unverified” roads or
areas are not applicable. The following
topics do not apply in Hawaii:
• Unverified road descriptions (see
page 6 and 82).
• Cautions and pop-up windows related
to unverified roads (see page 61).
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• Setup entries that relate to turning on
or off unverified routing (see
page 83).
• When zooming in and out, there is no
350-mile scale for Hawaii.
Other Map Issues
• See the coverage section for a list of
islands with coverage (see page 107).
• Freeway Exit information does not
exist in Hawaii, so the “Freeway Exit
Info” icon is not shown on the icon
bar.
Main Menu
Coverage Areas
Address and POI Entry Screens
When in Hawaii, the following
differences occur for map, address, and
POI selection:
• It is not possible to enter U.S.
mainland addresses or scroll the map
east to the U.S. mainland.
• Selection of the “State” is confined to
the state of Hawaii only.
• Entry of a destination address or POI
on an island other than your current
island may result in a screen caution
message. This is normal because
there are no “ferry” routes between
islands available in the database.
• If the “Guidance Prompts” setting on
the Setup screen is set to normal or
maximum, street names will not be
spoken in voice guidance commands.
Setup Screen Differences
The Setup screen differences are minor
and are listed below. See the Setup
section (page 72) for additional
information.
Routing and Guidance (Unverified
Area Routing On/Off)
This feature is unavailable. All roads
displayed on the map are verified.
Clock Adjust Screen
There is no daylight saving time for
Hawaii. Auto Daylight Saving
Time, Auto Time Zone by GPS, and
DST Selection will not be shown on
the Clock adjustment screen. To test
your adjustment, use the voice control
system, and say “What time is it?” (see
page 92).
Shipping a Vehicle To or From
Hawaii
Although the DVD in the vehicle
contains maps for both U.S. mainland
and Hawaii, the dealer must perform the
selection of “U.S. mainland” or
“Hawaii” for you. When the dealer
makes the switch from U.S. mainland to
Hawaii or vice versa, the system clears
all user data. Make sure to record any
personal information that you do not
want to lose.
NOTE:
Shipping a vehicle from Hawaii to the
U.S. mainland
• If you wish to receive XM audio you
must call XM and set up an account
at (800) 852-9696.
Shipping a vehicle from the U.S.
mainland to Hawaii
• If a U.S. mainland-delivered vehicle
is shipped to Hawaii, there is no XM
reception. See your Hawaii dealer to
allow viewing of local Hawaii maps.
• The issues under “Operation in
Hawaii” above apply.
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Navigation System 121
Main Menu
Frequently Asked Questions
Map and Features, Voice Operation, Entering Addresses
Problem
Why does the Disclaimer screen need to be displayed every
time I start the car? I am the only driver.
The Setup or Information screen has “grayed out” items that
I cannot select. Why?
I tried entering an address, but the city or street could not be
found. Is there any other way to route to the location?
When I enter an address, some letters become grayed out. Is
this normal?
How do I delete Personal Addresses, Previous Destinations,
or the Home Address?
I cannot hear the navigation system voice.
The voice control system is having difficulty recognizing my
voice commands.
When the system pronounces the street name in the guidance
command or reads the destination address, it sounds strange.
What causes this?
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Solution
The Disclaimer screen reminds you and your guest drivers to always
operate the navigation system in a safe manner.
You need to select OK on the Disclaimer screen to view these items. See
System Function Diagram on page 20.
Some cities are lumped in with a major metro area. Try entering the street
first. In rural “unverified” areas or new subdivisions, streets may be missing
or only partially numbered. Try selecting the destination directly from the
map. See By Map Input on page 35.
Yes. As you enter each letter in an address or a point of interest (POI), the
system looks in the database to see what letters are possible and “grays out”
letters that do not apply.
This is done in the Setup screen (second) under “Personal Information.”
See page 75.
1) Ensure that Volume in the Setup screen (first) is not Off. See page 72.
2) Go to “Basic Settings” in the Setup screen (second), and set Voice
Recognition Feedback to On. See page 91.
Ensure that the vents are not blowing on the microphone on the ceiling, the
vehicle is as quiet as possible, and you are using the correct command when
speaking (see Improving Voice Recognition on page 13). Say “Help” at any
screen to see a list of the applicable voice commands. If the system cannot
recognize your command because of background noise, speak louder.
The basic guidance phrase uses a studio-recorded voice, but the street name
is pronounced by the system using a machine-generated voice.
Consequently, the name may be mispronounced or sound strange at times.
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Main Menu
Frequently Asked Questions
Problem
When I drive at night, the screen is bright and will not switch
to the night display mode. Why?
The daytime map screen is dark like the night display mode,
and it is hard to see. Why?
During the day, I turned on the lights because it started to
rain, but the screen went dark. How can I make it still display
day mode?
How can I input my destination using map coordinates?
How do I change or remove my PIN?
I forgot the PIN for Home, or the PIN for personal addresses
(User 1 or User 2). How do I reset it?
Solution
The system thinks it is in Day display mode. Verify the following: The
display mode in Setup is set to Auto, the dash brightness is not set to
maximum (must adjust with headlights on), and Map Color in Setup is set
to Black for Night. See Display on page 73.
Verify the following: The display mode in Setup is set to Auto, and Map
Color in Setup is set to White for Day. See Display on page 73.
Adjust the dash brightness (+) button (with headlights on) to full brightness.
Remember to set it back to a medium setting, or at night, the screen will be
bright. See Display on page 73.
The navigation system was not designed for this. However, you can view
the coordinates of an address by touching the vehicle position icon on the
map. See Map Screen Legend on page 49.
Go to “Personal Information” in the Setup screen (second), and select PIN
Number. Select User 1 or User 2 and enter your existing PIN, and then
you have the choice to change or remove the PIN. See page 79.
PINs are optional. See information regarding PINs on page 79. Your dealer
can reset the PIN for you.
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Navigation System 123
Main Menu
Frequently Asked Questions
Guidance, Routing
Problem
Solution
The navigation does not route me the same way I would go, or
the way some other mapping program displays. Why is this?
The navigation system attempts to generate the optimum route. See
Changing the Routing Method on page 45.
Why is the street I’m on not shown on the map? It has been
here for more than a year.
The mapping database is constantly undergoing revision. See page 103 for
ways to obtain the latest detailed coverage information.
The vehicle position icon is not following the road, and the
“GPS icon” text in the upper left hand corner of the screen is
white or missing.
• The GPS antenna (located under the center of the dashboard) may be
blocked by personal items. For best reception, remove items from the
dashboard, such as radar detectors, cell phones, or loose articles.
• Metallic tinting or other aftermarket devices can interfere with the GPS
reception. Please see your dealer. Also see System Limitations on page 98.
I entered a destination, but the blue highlighted route and
voice guidance stopped, or turned into a blue/pink dashed line
before I got to my destination. Why is this?
Your route has entered an unverified area. See Unverified Area Routing on
page 82.
The map rotates while I make turns. How can I stop this?
Select the North-up map orientation by voice, or by touching the map
orientation icon on the map screen. See Map Orientation on page 54.
Sometimes, I cannot select between the North-up and
Heading-up map orientations. Why is this?
The Heading-up map orientation can only be shown in the lower scales
(1/20 - 1 mile scales). See Map Scale on page 53.
While driving to my destination, the “time to go” display
sometimes increases, even though I am getting closer.
The “Time to go” is based on actual road speeds. However if your speed
slows down when you encounter slower traffic, the system updates the
“Time to go” based on your actual speed to give you a better estimate of
arrival time.
The vehicle position icon on the map “lags” a short distance
behind, especially when I arrive at an intersection. Is there
anything wrong?
No. When at an intersection, the system is unaware of the width of the
intersecting road. Large differences in vehicle position can indicate a
temporary loss of the GPS signal. See GPS Reception Issues on page 98.
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Main Menu
Frequently Asked Questions
Problem
Solution
While I drive, my screen shows white dots (“breadcrumbs”)
on it. What do they mean?
These are called “breadcrumbs.” If you drive more than 1/2 mile from
mapped roads, the off-road tracking feature begins to function. See Off-road
Tracking on pages 59 and 89.
How can I get rid of the white dots (“breadcrumbs”) from my
screen?
Go to “Vehicle” in the Setup screen (second), and set Off-road Tracking
to Off, then return to the map. See page 89.
A road that I selected to avoid is being used when routing.
What is wrong?
When you “draw” your area to avoid, make sure to select sections of roads
that include at least one intersection. See page 86.
When I arrive at my destination, the bull’s-eye is shown at a
different location on the street. Why?
The system calculates the bull’s-eye location based on the street address
range allocated for that street. See Destination Icon on page 55 for an
example.
My elevation (shown when I touch the vehicle position icon) This is normal and due to errors in satellite position. The elevation can vary
seems to fluctuate even though my elevation has not changed. +/- 100 feet. See System Limitations on page 98.
My elevation is missing on the “current position” screen.
Why?
If the GPS antenna cannot receive at least four satellites, the elevation is not
displayed. Try moving the vehicle into an open area. If the elevation is zero
or below sea level, the elevation is also not displayed.
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Navigation System 125
Main Menu
Frequently Asked Questions
Ordering a Navigation DVD, Coverage, Map Errors, Limitations
Problem
Solution
I want to buy a new DVD. How do I purchase one?
You cannot obtain a new DVD from the dealer. See Obtaining a Navigation
Update DVD on page 103.
I want to order a DVD. How can I determine the DVD version
in my navigation system?
The version is on the label of your DVD. It starts with “Ver:.” See Changing
the DVD on page 104.
I got a navigation DVD from a friend or an online source, but
it does not work. Why?
Your vehicle was designed to use a turquoise (blue/green) DVD. DVDs
with differently colored labels or from different manufacturers will not
operate correctly. Always obtain DVDs from the DVD order desk. See
page 103.
When is my city going to become part of a fully verified
detailed coverage area?
The mapping database vendor is constantly revising map coverage. See
page 103 for ways to obtain the latest detailed coverage information.
Will the navigation system work outside North America?
The navigation system contains maps only for the lower 48 U.S. states,
Hawaii, and portions of southern Canada. The system will not work in
Mexico, Alaska, or overseas. Canada coverage is limited. See Map
Coverage on page 107.
I moved my vehicle from the U.S. mainland to Hawaii (or
from Hawaii to the U.S. mainland). Why does my navigation
system not show the correct map?
The coverage area (Hawaii or U.S. mainland) must be selected by your
dealer.
Can I play video DVDs in my navigation system?
No. The navigation system is designed only to read the turquoise (blue/
green) DVD provided with your vehicle. Map discs for other vehicle
manufacturers or PC map programs will not work.
I found some errors in the database. How do I report them?
Minor errors are bound to occur in a large database. If you encounter major
errors, you can report them following the instructions on page 102.
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Main Menu
Frequently Asked Questions
Display, PC Card, Accessories
Problem
Solution
The display appears dim when starting the car in really cold
weather. Is there a problem?
No. This is normal, and it will become brighter after a few minutes.
The screen does not close completely. Why is this?
• Ensure that it is not during inserting/ejecting a CD. The screen cannot be
closed if a CD is not completely inserted in the unit.
• Ensure that it is not during inserting/ejecting the DVD. The screen cannot
be closed if the DVD is not completely inserted in the unit.
• Ensure that a PC card is inserted completely. The screen cannot be closed
if a PC card is not completely inserted in the unit. Moreover, the
recognition of a PC card takes about 1-2 seconds after it is inserted. The
screen cannot be closed during this recognition.
• Ensure that the media clip is inserted into the PC card adaptor. Eject the
PC card adaptor when not in use.
Where can I get PC card adaptors or the media chips that go
into them?
• Any computer store sells PCMCIA PC card adaptors, and various types
and capacities of media chips for them. Ask for Compact Flash or SD
media and adaptors.
• Hard Disk Drive type media are not recommended because they can fail in
a hot car.
How do I put music files onto the PC Card ?
You can use your home PC to move MP3 or WMA music files to your PC
card. Most laptops have a slot to plug in your PC card. For desktop PCs,
USB adaptors are available that can accept your PC card or media chip.
Move files to the card like to any other hard drive.
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Main Menu
Frequently Asked Questions
Problem
Solution
I insert a PC card with music files, but the CARD button or
navigation “PC Card” voice commands do not work. What’s
wrong?
• After inserting the card, a delay of up to 30 seconds may be required to
read the tag information (album, artist, and track names) - this is normal.
• Ensure that the music files on the media chip are either WMA or MP3
music format. Other formats are not recognized.
• Some downloaded WMA and MP3 files are copy protected, and require
that the copyright authentication files accompany the MP3/WMA files on
the Card.
• Media types and capacities continue to grow. As a rule, stick to Compact
Flash or SD media with capacities of 2GB or less. Other types of media or
larger capacities may work, but have not been tested.
• Single-type media PC Card adaptors are recommended over multimediatype adaptors.
• Ensure that there are files on the card. For SD and other media with a
write-lock switch, ensure that the write protect is off when adding files to
the card.
• The system only recognizes FAT and FAT-32 file format for the media.
Some of the files on the PC card will not play, or I have an
eight GB card with 2500 songs, but only 999 play. Why is
this?
• The quantity of tracks is limited to 999 tracks and a file structure of up to
eight folder levels deep. Tracks beyond 999 are simply not recognized.
• Ensure that the music files on the media chip are either WMA or MP3
music format. Other formats are not recognized.
When I eject the media chip but leave the empty adaptor in
the PC card slot, the display door will not close. Why is this?
To prevent damage to the display mechanism or your PC card/media chip,
the system checks for a partially inserted PC card and a partially inserted
media chip. Always remove the PC card and media chip when not in use.
The media card will not fully insert into the PC card slot.
What is wrong?
• The PC card edge connector or the pins in the back of PC card slot may be
damaged.
• Never force the card into the slot - the adaptor card should glide smoothly
into the slot. See your dealer if the problem persists.
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Main Menu
Frequently Asked Questions
Problem
I insert a CD-R with music files, but the CD button or “CD”
voice commands do not work. What is wrong?
Solution
• After inserting a CD-R with WMA or MP3 files, a slight delay may occur
before the CD button operates. The system needs to read the tag
information (album, artist, and track names) to allow searches - this is
normal.
• Ensure that the music files on the CD-R are WMA or MP3 format. Other
formats are not recognized.
• Some WMA and MP3 files are copy protected, and require that the
copyright authentication files accompany the MP3/WMA files on the CD.
Note:
Never use CD-R discs with stick-on labels. The labels can curl and
jam the CD mechanism, requiring replacement of the navigation unit
and subsequent loss of all personal information.
Rear Camera
Problem
Solution
When I shift gears, the rear camera image is delayed.
When shifting into or out of reverse, you may experience delays when the
screen image switches between the navigation screen and the rear camera
image. This is normal.
The rear camera image is too dark or too bright. How do I
adjust the brightness?
While the camera image is displayed, use the Zoom In/Zoom Out controls to
adjust the brightness. This adjustment does not affect the Setup screen
brightness adjustments.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Miscellaneous Other Questions
Problem
Solution
My clock frequently changes forward and backward by one
hour. Why is this?
The clock is being automatically set based on your GPS location. If you live
and work on the boundary between two time zones, you can turn off this
feature. See page 93.
When driving near a time zone border, the time changes even
though I am not near the time zone. Why is this?
The time zone borders are only approximated in the system. Depending on
the geography of the time zone boundary, the switch to a different zone can
be erratic. See page 93.
My state does not observe daylight saving time. How do I turn
off this feature?
You can turn off this feature. See page 92.
Daylight saving time occurred, but the navigation system did
not change time even though Setup shows Auto Daylight
Saving Time is On.
Go to the Clock adjustment screen in Setup and select DST Selection.
Ensure that the correct DST schedule is selected. For more information, see
Clock Settings on page 92.
The navigation system automatic daylight time feature is not
switching the navigation system clock on the correct dates.
Why is this?
1) Go to the Clock adjustment screen in Setup and ensure that Auto
Daylight Saving Time is On.
2) The navigation system is designed to switch to daylight saving time
according to the months selected in the DST schedule selection screen.
Ensure that the appropriate schedule is selected. For more information,
see Clock Settings on page 92.
The navigation system clock switched by one hour for no
apparent reason. What can cause this?
1) You may be driving near a time zone boundary (see Auto Time Zone by
GPS on page 93).
2) The navigation system does not switch between standard and daylight
saving time. Set Auto Daylight Saving Time to On on the Clock
adjustment screen in Setup, and ensure that the correct month switching
schedule is chosen on the DST schedule selection screen. See page 92
for more information.
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Main Menu
Frequently Asked Questions
Problem
Solution
My battery was disconnected or went dead, and the
navigation system is asking for a code. Where do I find this
code?
There should be a card in the glove box with the anti-theft code for the
navigation/audio system. This card contains the 4-digit security code and
serial number. If you cannot find it, your dealer can help you out.
I speak a language other than English. When will other
languages be available for the navigation system?
This is being considered as a future enhancement.
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Troubleshooting
Screen Error Message
Navigation system is unable to acquire a proper GPS signal.
Navigation unit door is open or No DVD disc is inserted.
Please check system.
No DVD disc. Please check system.
DVD disc reading error (unformatted). Please consult your
dealer.
Display temp is too high. System will shut down until display
cools down.
Outside temperature is low. System will take awhile to start
up.
Route has not been completed. Please try again from a
different location.
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Solution
Make sure there is nothing on the dashboard blocking the GPS antenna
(aftermarket metallic window tinting or aftermarket devices placed on the
dashboard, like radar detectors, cell phones, or loose items). If the dashboard
is clear of objects, move the vehicle to an open space away from tall buildings,
trees, etc.
Make sure that the navigation DVD disc is inserted with the label side up
and the navigation unit door is fully snapped closed (see page 104).
Check that the navigation DVD disc is inserted with the label side up (see
page 104). If the problem persists, see your dealer.
Check the DVD disc surface for deep scratches or other damage. Make sure
you are using a navigation DVD (turquoise-colored [blue/green] label). The
system cannot read other mapping databases or video DVDs. If the problem
persists, see your dealer.
This message will appear briefly when the display temperature is too high,
and then the display will turn off until the temperature cools down. The
system will turn back on when the display cools down.
The temperature is below -22°F and the navigation system has difficulty
reading the DVD. The system will start up when the temperature warms up.
This message will appear when you are routing to or from a place (new
area) that is not in the database. Try planning a different route to or from a
different location.*
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Main Menu
Troubleshooting
Screen Error Message
No alternate route found. Original route will be followed.
This destination cannot be found in database.
Vehicle is out of the database coverage area.
*
Solution
No alternative route method was found. The original route method will be
used.*
Ensure that a road name is displayed at the bottom of the map.
The destination was not found in the database. Try another destination
nearby, or select the destination with the joystick.*
The vehicle is located outside of the mapped area provided by your
navigation DVD. See page 107 for map coverage.
If the error persists or is shown for a wide area, see your dealer.
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Main Menu
Glossary
Glossary
The following is a glossary of terms
pertaining to the voice recognition
navigation system.
Avoid Area - Areas you wish to avoid
can be entered into the system, and
will be avoided while routing.
Breadcrumbs - Off-road tracking dots
that can be followed on the map to
retrace your route back to a mapped
(digitized) road. This function can be
turned on/off in Setup screen
(second).
Compact Flash - A media chip that can
be used with a PC card adaptor to
play audio music files.
Database - This consists of the map
data, and the POI (Points of Interest)
data stored on the DVD.
DCA - Detailed Coverage Area. The
main metropolitan areas in the lower
48 U.S. states, Hawaii, and southern
Canada are mapped to this level. See
page 107 for a list of these areas.
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Digital Audio Card Reader - The PC
card slot accepts a PCMCIA adaptor
with a flash memory chip (see
page 105).
Digitized Road - A road that appears on
the navigation screen. The road name
will appear at the bottom of the
navigation screen. If the user drives
“off road,” the navigation system will
display “breadcrumbs,” depending on
how far you drive from a mapped
road.
Disclaimer Screen - Screen containing
cautionary information. It is meant to
be read carefully and acknowledged
by the customer when using the
navigation system.
DVD or DVD-ROM - Digital Versatile
Disc. The navigation program and
database resides on this disc. For
information on how to order a
replacement or update DVD, see
page 103.
FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions. See
page 122 for a list of customer FAQs
and troubleshooting information.
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GPS - Global Positioning System. A
network of 24 satellites in orbit
around the earth. The navigation
system can simultaneously receive
signals from up to 12 satellites to
accurately position the vehicle on the
map.
GPS Antenna - Located under the
dashboard. Electronic items operating
in this general location can interfere
with the GPS signal.
Icon - Symbol representing Points of
Interest (POI) that can be displayed
on the map.
Initialization - This refers to the period
needed to reacquire the GPS satellite
orbital information whenever the
navigation system power has been
disconnected. This can take 10 to 45
minutes with the vehicle out in an
open area.
LCD - Liquid Crystal Display. The
navigation screen.
Main Menu
Glossary
Map Matching - The received GPS
information allows the navigation
system to position the vehicle on the
map. Map matching has occurred if
the map screen is displaying the
current street name in the bottomshaded area.
Mic - Abbreviation for the microphone
used for receiving voice commands.
It is located near the map light in the
ceiling.
MP3 - A music file format that can be
played from a CD-R or PC card.
MW - Maneuver Window. While en
route to a destination, this window
displays information about the next
maneuver.
Navi - Abbreviation for the navigation
system.
North Pointer - The map symbol
showing the map orientation. See
page 54.
Off Route - This occurs when the user
leaves mapped roads. Off-road
tracking dots (“breadcrumbs”) are
displayed if the option is enabled in
the Setup screen. The user can use
them to return to a mapped road. The
bottom of the navigation screen will
say, “Not on a digitized road.”
Outlying Areas - These are rural areas
that typically have only their main
roads mapped. All other roads are
shown in light brown for reference
only, since they have not been
verified.
PC Card - An adaptor card (sometimes
called a PCMCIA card) that can
contain a compact flash, or SD media
clip with MP3 or WMA music files.
PIN - Personal Identification Number.
A 4-digit number created by the
customer to protect personal
information.
POI - Point of Interest. These are the
businesses, schools, etc. found under
the Places option on the Enter
destination by screen. See page 31.
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Polygon - Colored areas on the map
screen denoting parks, schools, etc.
See Map Screen Legend “Map
Features” for a list of the assigned
colors. See page 49.
QWERTY - Keyboard layout
resembling the typewriter keys. The
keyboard layout can be changed to an
alphabetical layout in the Setup,
Basic Settings screen.
Reminder - Automatic “pop-up”
Calendar message. See Calendar on
page 69.
Secure Digital (SD) Media - These can
be installed into a PCMCIA adaptor
to play MP3 or WMA music files.
Security Code - Code needed to
activate the navigation system or
audio unit. See Entering the Security
Code on page 96.
Touch Sensor - The touch sensor on the
front of the LCD consists of a touch
sensitive resistive membrane with an
infinite number of possible touch
locations. The sensing locations are
confined to a grid of 20 vertical and
10 horizontal touch locations.
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Glossary
Unverified Streets - These streets have
not been verified for turn restrictions,
one-way, etc. They are shown in light
brown on the map. Unverified streets
may be missing from the map, shown
in the wrong location, or have an
incorrect name or address range.
Vehicle Speed Sensor - Provides speed
signal to the navigation system for
moving the VP icon on the map.
Verified Streets - These streets consist
of the detailed metropolitan coverage
areas and all other inter-town
connection roads. These roads are
shown in black on the map.
Voice Control - See VR.
VP - Vehicle Position. When in map
mode, this circular icon shows the
vehicle position on the map. Touch
this icon to show the latitude,
longitude, and elevation of your
current position.
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VR - Voice Recognition. This allows
voice control of many of the
navigation functions. The hardware
consists of the microphone, voice
control switch (NAVI TALK/NAVI
BACK buttons), and the front
speakers.
Waypoint - A temporary destination
you may enter while en route (e.g., a
gas station, ATM, etc.). See page 62.
WMA - A windows media audio file
that can be played from a CD-R or PC
card.
Yaw Rate Sensor - Senses when the
vehicle makes a turn, which makes
the VP change direction on the map
as you turn.
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Main Menu
Voice Command Index
Global Commands
The system accepts these commands on
any screen.
Help (reads list of the commands for
the displayed screen)
Setup (displays Setup screen (first))
Display map (displays the map
screen)
Display menu (displays the Enter
destination by screen)
Display audio screen
Information (displays the
Information screen)
Back (to previous screen, same as
CANCEL or NAVI BACK button)
Cancel (cancels current activity)
What time is it?
The “Voice Command Help” option on
the Information screen lists many of the
following controls. To avoid distraction
while you are driving, the system can
read the commands for you.
The commands are accessible at any
time while driving and can be read to
you so that you do not need to memorize
all of them.
Navigation General
Commands
The system accepts these commands on
a map/guidance screen.
Display menu (if en route, displays
the Change route by screen)
Display navigation (if en route,
displays the Change route by
screen)
Display map
Display map guide (same function as
the MAP/GUIDE button)
Display setup (or just Setup)
Display information (or just
Information)
Display audio screen
Cancel
Backward (or just Back)
What time is it?
Repeat voice (repeats the screen
prompt for most screens)
Help (displays the voice command
allowed for the screen you are
viewing)
Voice command help
How long to the destination? (when
en route, tells the time to
destination)*
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How far to the destination? (when en
route, tells the distance to
destination)*
Display destination map (when en
route, shows the map of the
destination)
Display entire route (when en route,
adjusts the map scale so that the
entire route is displayed)
Register the current location (puts
current location in the personal
Address Book)
*
These commands are not available if
you scroll the map while en route to
a destination.
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Voice Command Index
Navigation Display
Commands
The system accepts these commands on
a map/guidance screen.
Display current location (shows
current latitude, longitude, and
elevation)
Display north up
Display heading up
Display zoom in
Display zoom out
Display: (the selected scale)
1/20 mile (80 m) scale
1/8 mile (200 m) scale
1/4 mile (400 m) scale
1/2 mile (800 m) scale
1 mile (1600 m) scale
2 mile (3 km) scale
5 mile (8 km) scale
15 mile (24 km) scale
50 mile (80 km) scale
150 mile (240 km) scale
350 mile (560 km) scale
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Display: (display the selected icon on
the screen)
ATM
gas station
restaurant
post office*
grocery store
lodging (hotel, motel)*
parking garage*
parking lot*
school*
hospital*
one way*
freeway exit information
*
These icons will not be displayed
unless the “Parking” or “Other icon”
is selected on the Icon Bar (see
page 57).
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Hide: (hide the selected icon from the
screen)
ATM
gas station
restaurant
post office
grocery store
lodging (hotel, motel)
parking garage
parking lot
school
hospital
one way
freeway exit information
Max zoom in
Max zoom out
Go home
Main Menu
Voice Command Index
Find Place Commands
The system accepts these commands on
a map/guidance screen.
Find nearest: (find the nearest
selection)
ACURA dealers
HONDA dealers
gas station
hydrogen station
ATM
bank
post office
hospital
police station
hotel
tourist attraction
restaurant (all restaurant types)
American restaurant
Chinese restaurant
fast food
Italian restaurant
Japanese restaurant
Mexican restaurant
seafood restaurant
shopping (all shopping types)
parking garage
parking lot
other car dealers
auto parts & electronics
auto repair & maintenance
car wash & detailing
motorcycle dealers
roadside assistance
check cashing
currency exchange
veterinarian
Korean restaurant
Californian restaurant
continental restaurant
French restaurant
German restaurant
Greek restaurant
Indian restaurant
Thai restaurant
vegetarian restaurant
Vietnamese restaurant
other restaurant
business
civic center
convention center
library
school
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city hall
court house
higher education
amusement park
golf course
historical monument
marina
movie theater
museum
park
performing arts
sports complex
bed & breakfast
accessory store
book store
clothing store
grocery store
home improvement store
mall
office supply store
pharmacy
pet food store
sewing store
shoe store
sporting goods store
toy store
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Main Menu
Voice Command Index
airport
automobile club
bus station
camping
commuter rail station
ferry terminal
named place
park & ride
rental car agency
resort
rest area
ski area
tourist information
train station
travel agency
truck stop
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Climate Control Commands
Climate control bi-level (vent and
floor)
Climate control floor
Climate control floor and defrost
Fan speed up
Fan speed down
Fan speed # (#: 1-7) (for best voice
control, lower the fan speed)
NOTE:
These commands are available only on
the EX-L model.
The system accepts these commands on
most screens.
Climate control full automatic
(controls temperature to 72
degrees F)
Climate control automatic
(controls temperature to your
selection)
Climate control off
Air conditioner on
Air conditioner off
Air conditioner*
Climate control defrost on
Climate control defrost off
Climate control defrost*
Rear defrost on
Rear defrost off
Rear defrost*
Climate control fresh air
Climate control recirculate
Climate control vent
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*
Repeating these commands switches
(toggles) the function between On
and Off, so the action that occurs
may not match the command you
speak.
Main Menu
Voice Command Index
Temperature Voice
Commands
NOTE:
These commands are available only on
the EX-L model.
The system accepts these commands on
most screens.
Temperature # degrees (#: 57-87
degrees F)
Temperature up
Temperature down
Driver temperature # degrees
(#: 57-87 degrees F)
Driver temperature up
Driver temperature down
Passenger temperature # degrees
(#: 57-87 degrees F)
Passenger temperature up
Passenger temperature down
Temperature max hot
Temperature max cold
Temperature balance
Temperature dual mode on
Temperature dual mode off
Temperature dual mode*
*
Repeating these commands switches
(toggles) the function between On
and Off, so the action that occurs
may not match the command you
speak.
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Radio Voice Commands
The system accepts these commands on
most screens.
Audio on*
Audio off*
Radio on*
Radio off*
Radio select FM1
Radio select FM2
Radio select AM
Radio tune to # FM (#: frequency.
Example Radio 95.5 FM)
Radio tune to # AM (#:frequency.
Example Radio 1020 AM)
Radio seek up
Radio seek down
Radio next station (same as Radio
seek)
Radio preset # (#: 1-6)
Radio FM preset # (#: 1-6)
Radio FM1 preset # (#: 1-6)
Radio FM2 preset # (#: 1-6)
Radio AM preset # (#: 1-6)
Radio auto select*
Radio scan*
Radio select XM1
Radio select XM2
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Voice Command Index
XM channel # (#: 1-255)
XM channel up
XM channel down
XM category up
XM category down
XM preset # (#: 1-6)
XM1 preset # (#: 1-6)
XM2 preset # (#: 1-6)
XM category scan*
XM channel scan*
XM category mode
XM channel mode
*
Repeating these commands switches
(toggles) the function between On
and Off, so the action that occurs
may not match the command you
speak.
NOTE:
Radio volume levels cannot be
controlled using voice control. Use the
buttons on your steering wheel. See your
vehicle Owner’s manual for more
information.
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CD Voice Commands
PC Card Voice Commands
The system accepts these commands on
most screens.
CD play
CD play track # (#: 1-30)
CD skip forward
CD skip back
CD track random*
CD track repeat*
CD track scan*
CD normal play
CD track list
CD folder random*
CD folder repeat*
CD folder scan*
The system accepts these commands on
most screens.
Card play
Card play track # (#: 1-30)
Card skip forward
Card skip back
Card track random*
Card track repeat*
Card track scan*
Card folder random*
Card folder repeat*
Card folder scan*
Card artist random*
Card artist repeat*
Card artist scan*
Card album random*
Card album repeat*
Card album scan*
Card normal play
Card track list
*
Repeating these commands switches
(toggles) the function between On
and Off, so the action that occurs
may not match the command you
speak.
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Repeating these commands switches
(toggles) the function between On
and Off, so the action that occurs
may not match the command you
speak.
Main Menu
Voice Command Index
CD Changer Voice
Commands
Information Screen Voice
Commands
Setup Screen (first)
Commands
The system accepts these commands on
most screens.
CD changer play
CD changer play disc # (#: 1-6)
CD changer play track # (#: 1-30)
CD changer play disc #1 track #2
(#1: 1-6, #2: 1-30)
CD changer skip forward
CD changer skip back
CD changer play next disc
CD changer play previous disc
CD changer track random*
CD changer track repeat*
CD changer track scan*
CD changer disc random*
CD changer disc repeat*
CD changer disc scan*
CD changer normal play
These are additional commands not
found on the Voice Command Help
screen available when viewing the
Information screen. Follow the voice
prompts.
Voice command help (the system
reads and lists all of the
commands, starting with
Navigation General Commands)
Map legend
Calendar
Calculator
The system accepts these commands on
Setup screen (first). (For Setup screen
(second), simply say what is written on
the screen, and follow the voice
prompts.)
Brightness up
Brightness down
Brightness minimum/min.
Brightness maximum/max.
Volume up (tone indicates volume)
Volume down (tone indicates volume)
Volume minimum/min. (tone indicates
volume)
Volume maximum/max. (tone
indicates volume)
Volume Off
Display off (screen goes dark, route
guidance stops)
Display Day
Display Night
Display Auto
Contrast adjust
Guidance Prompts normal
Guidance Prompts maximum/max.
Guidance Prompts minimum/min.
*
Repeating these commands switches
(toggles) the function between On
and Off, so the action that occurs
may not match the command you
speak.
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Main Menu
Voice Command Index
On-Screen Commands
The system accepts these commands on
any screen. There are over 100 onscreen commands. Just say what is
written on the screen (this excludes
keyboard letters, and listed items)
Next (or “Down”)
Previous (or “Up”)
Return
OK (except at Disclaimer screen)
Delete
Done
On-Screen Commands Assist
Say or touch the desired letter. When
speaking the letters or using “spell
mode,” you can substitute the name that
represents each letter or symbol. This
improves recognition.
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NOTE:
• The system will only respond to the names shown in the graphic below.
• For instance, to select the letter “A,” you can touch the “A” on the screen, or say
“A,” or say “Alpha” or “Apple.”
To select the number “1,” touch the “1” on the screen, or say “one,” or say
“Number One.”
To select the symbol “- (hyphen),” touch the “-” on the screen, or say “Hyphen,”
or say “Symbol Hyphen.”
• When selecting letters using the voice control system, a confirmation box may pop
up to confirm the letter.
Alpha
Apple
Bravo
Boy
Charlie
Delta
Dog
Echo
Edward
Foxtrot
Frank
Golf
George
Hotel
Henry
India
Igloo
Juliet
John
Apostrophe
Kilo
King
Lima
Larry
Mike
Mary
November
Nancy
Oscar
Papa
Paul
Quebec
Queen
Romeo
Robert
Sierra
Sam
Tango
Tom
Ampersand
Uniform
Uncle
Victor
Whiskey
William
X-ray
Yankee
Yellow
Zulu
Zebra
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Slash
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Voice Command Index
Symbol Assist Definitions
NOTE:
The term “grave” used for these keys (À, È, Ì, and Ù) is pronounced like “save.”
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Index
A
Accessing the Address Book List .....76
ADD TO Today’s
Destinations ...........................41, 44
Adding Destinations to the List ........41
Address ..............................21, 22, 77
Address Book .....................21, 42, 75
Address Book PIN ..........................79
Advanced .......................................32
Alaska (Operation) ........................120
Auto Daylight Saving Time .............92
Auto Service ...................................32
Auto Time Zone by GPS .................93
Avoid Streets ..................................64
B
Back to Current Route .....................65
Banking ..........................................32
Basic Settings .................................91
Breadcrumbs.......................18, 59, 89
Brightness ......................................72
By Address .....................................22
By Address Book ............................42
By Go Home...................................43
By Intersection................................26
By Map Input .................................35
By Places .......................................31
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By Previous Destinations ................ 39
By Today’s Destinations ................. 40
C
Calculator ...................................... 71
Calendar .................................. 17, 69
CANCEL button ............................ 11
Cancel Current Route ..................... 65
Category ............................ 31, 42, 78
CD Changer Voice Commands ..... 143
CD Voice Commands ................... 142
Change Method.............................. 45
Change State ............................ 22, 27
Changing the DVD ....................... 104
Changing the Route ........................ 62
Changing the Routing Method ........ 45
Changing Your Destination............. 65
City ................................... 22, 27, 37
City Vicinity ............................ 33, 34
Climate Control Commands .......... 140
Clock Adjustment .......................... 92
Clock Screen ........................... 17, 74
Clock Settings .......................... 17, 74
Clock Type .............................. 17, 74
CLOSE button ....................... 10, 104
Color ............................................. 94
Community .................................... 32
Continental USA ............................ 38
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Contrast ......................................... 74
Convert (Unit)................................ 71
Correct Vehicle Position ................. 90
Coverage Areas ............................ 107
Current Location ...................... 19, 60
Current Position ....................... 36, 77
Current Street................................... 6
Customer Assistance .................... 102
D
Database Limitations .................... 100
Daylight Saving Time (DST)
Selection ..................................... 93
Delete Previous Destination ............ 80
Destination ........................ 21, 44, 65
Destination Icon ............................. 55
Destination Map ............................. 47
Detailed Coverage Areas ...... 107, 112
Detour ........................................... 64
Direct Route .................................. 45
Direction List ................................. 51
Display .......................................... 73
Driving to Your Destination ............ 44
E
Easy Route .................................... 45
Edit Avoid Area ............................. 86
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Edit Waypoint Search Area ..............88
Edit/Delete Address ........................78
Editing Today’s Destinations List ....40
Emergency .....................................32
Entering a Destination .....................21
Entering Address.............................76
Entering Security Code ....................96
Entering the Street Number ..............26
Entering Your Schedule ...................70
Error Message...............................132
F
Find Place Commands ...................139
Frequently Asked Questions ..........122
H
M
Hawaii (Operation)....................... 120
Home Address ............................... 79
Honda Automobile Customer
Service ..................................... 102
Hotel/Motel (Lodging) ................... 32
I
Icon Bar ........................................ 57
INFO button ............................ 11, 68
Information .................................... 68
Information Screen Voice
Commands................................ 143
Intersection .............................. 21, 26
G
Getting Started ................................10
Global Commands ........................137
Glossary .......................................134
Go Home ..................................21, 43
Go Home PIN .................................80
Going Off the Route ........................59
GPS Initialization ............................97
Guidance Mode...............................89
Guidance Prompts ...........................74
Guidance Screen .............................50
J
Joystick ......................................... 11
K
Keyboard Layout ........................... 91
L
Landmark Icons ............................. 55
Leisure .......................................... 32
Lodging (Hotel/Motel) ................... 32
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Map Color ..................................... 94
Map Coverage.............................. 107
Map Input ................................ 21, 35
Map Legend....................... 18, 49, 69
Map Matching................................ 97
Map Orientation ............................. 54
Map Scale ...................................... 53
Map Screen .............................. 18, 49
MAP/GUIDE button................. 11, 50
Maximize Freeways ....................... 45
MENU button .......................... 11, 21
Menu Color ................................... 94
Message ........................................ 70
Microphone ................................... 12
Minimize Freeways ........................ 45
Minimize Toll Roads ...................... 45
N
Name ................................ 31, 35, 76
NAVI BACK button ....................... 12
NAVI TALK button ....................... 12
Navigation Display Commands ..... 138
Navigation General Commands ..... 137
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Index
O
Off-road Tracking .....................59, 89
One-Way Traffic Icon .....................55
On-Screen Commands ...................144
On-Screen Commands Assist .........144
On-Screen Keyboard .......................15
P
PC Card........................................105
PC Card Voice Commands ............142
Personal Information .......................75
Phone Number ....................31, 35, 77
PIN Number ...................................79
Place Name ..............................33, 35
Place Name by Keyword .................33
Places .................................21, 31, 77
Previous Destinations ..........21, 39, 77
R
Radio Voice Commands ................141
Read List ........................................69
Rearview Camera ............................95
Recalculation ..................................81
Reporting Errors ...........................102
Reroute ..........................................62
Rerouting .......................................81
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Restaurant ..................................... 32
Routing & Guidance....................... 81
S
Save Current Location .................... 60
Schedule ........................................ 70
Screen ........................................... 11
Security Code ................................ 96
Selecting the City ..................... 22, 27
Selecting the State or
Province ............................... 22, 27
Selecting the Street ................... 24, 29
Setup ............................................. 72
Setup Screen (first) Commands ..... 143
Shopping ....................................... 32
Showing Icons on the Map ........ 55, 57
Sort by Distance to Travel ........ 33, 34
Split-Screen Guidance .................... 52
State .............................................. 37
Street....................................... 24, 29
System Controls ............................. 10
System Function Diagram ............... 20
System Information ........................ 91
System Initialization ....................... 96
System Limitations......................... 98
System Setup ................................. 72
System Start-up.............................. 16
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Temperature Voice Commands ..... 141
Time Adjustment ........................... 93
Title .............................................. 70
Today’s Destinations ................ 21, 40
Today’s Destinations List ............... 40
Travel ............................................ 32
Troubleshooting ........................... 132
U
Unit Conversion ............................. 71
Units (mile or km) .......................... 91
Unverified Area Routing........... 82, 83
Unverified Streets ............................ 7
Update DVD ................................ 103
User Name ..................................... 80
Using the Voice Control System...... 13
V
Vehicle .......................................... 89
Verified Streets ................................ 7
View Routes .................................. 46
Voice Command Help .................... 68
Voice Command Index ................. 137
Voice Control Basics ...................... 12
Voice Recognition Feedback ........... 91
Main Menu
Index
Voice Recognition, Improving .........13
Volume ..........................................72
Z
ZOOM buttons................................11
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