Delphi NAV300 GPS Receiver User Manual

Delphi NAV300 User’s Guide
Welcome
Thank you for purchasing the Delphi NAV300 Portable GPS Navigation System.
This lightweight, portable device can guide you quickly and reliably to your
destination without leafing through thick folded maps. This advanced navigation
system features true text-to-speech that speaks the street names while
navigating; road signs and speed limit warnings on major highways; and point-ofinterest icons for your favorite restaurants, gas stations, etc.
With an easy, intuitive interface, the Delphi NAV300 displays maps with streetlevel detail, allowing door-to-door navigation. The maps include points of
interest, such as parks, airports, restaurants and lodging.
In addition, the Delphi NAV300 is Bluetooth® capable and, with an integrated
microphone, can pair with Bluetooth-equipped phones. The NAV300 can also
play audio (MP3 or wav) files and video (avi, MPEG4, Xvid) files, as well as
display pictures (jpg, gif, png) enhancing the entertainment possibilities in your
vehicle. For a complete list of compatible Bluetooth phones, go to
www.shopdelphi.com.
Delphi NAV300 Features
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400 MHz CPU for fast navigation calculations and map rendering
Bright, colorful, non-reflective touch screen LCD display
Fast-start, high speed SiRFStarIII™ GPS
Easy to use software based on Microsoft® Windows® CE
Navigation map files pre-installed on SD memory card (included)
RDS Real-Time Traffic ready (optional)
Built-in rechargeable battery
Contacting Technical Support
Contact Delphi at 1.877.667.8700 Monday – Friday, 8:00 am to 8:00 pm and
Saturday, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, Eastern Standard Time, or visit
www.shopdelphi.com
This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential injury
hazards. Obey all safety messages that follow this symbol to avoid possible
injury or death.
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Warning:
DANGER OF ACCIDENT
When using your Delphi NAV300 in a vehicle, it is your sole responsibility to
install, secure and use the device in a manner that will not cause accidents,
personal injury, or property damage, or in any manner obstruct your view or
interfere with the operation of vehicle safety equipment.
The user of this product is solely responsible for observing safe driving
practices. Do not operate your Delphi NAV300 while driving. Park the vehicle
first. Do not use the navigation system or entertainment features if it presents a
risk to you or any other person or if it is a distraction.
OBEY ALL TRAFFIC LAWS
The user is solely responsible for obeying the local traffic laws and observing all
road signs. Local traffic laws and actual traffic signs always have priority over
the information and directions received from the navigation system. The
navigation instructions might be inaccurate or incorrect due to detours and
construction.
DELPHI DISCLAIMS ALL LIABILITY FOR ANY USE OF THIS PRODUCT
IN A WAY THAT MAY CAUSE ACCIDENTS, DAMAGE OR THAT MAY
VIOLATE THE LAW.
Caution: To avoid overheating of the unit, do not leave Delphi NAV300 on
the dash or windshield while your vehicle is unattended, especially in strong
sunlight. Do not use or handle Delphi NAV300 while it is hot. Let it cool away
from heat sources before handling it.
* Microsoft and Windows are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
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Table of Contents
Welcome ..... ........................................................................................................1
Delphi NAV300 Features...................................................................................1
Contacting Technical Support ...........................................................................1
Section 1
About GPS/NAV300 Introduction .................................................5
Section 2
Unpacking the Delphi NAV300 .....................................................7
Memory Cards...................................................................................................9
Accessories and Replacement Parts.................................................................9
Section 3
Installing Delphi NAV300 in Your Vehicle .................................10
Section 4
Features and Controls ................................................................11
NAV300 Receiver Controls .............................................................................11
Section 5
Getting Started.............................................................................12
Powering Up....................................................................................................12
Inserting an SD Card.......................................................................................13
Home Screen ..................................................................................................14
Using the Keyboard.........................................................................................15
Other Common Keys ...................................................................................15
Section 6
Navigation Mode..........................................................................16
Driver Protection..............................................................................................16
Navigation – Main Menu..................................................................................17
Common On-Screen Icons ..........................................................................17
Navigation Settings .........................................................................................19
Settings Options ..........................................................................................19
Setting a New Destination ...............................................................................20
Entering a New Address ..............................................................................20
Searching for a Point-of-Interest (POI) ........................................................22
Directly Accessing Nearby POI....................................................................25
New Destination Options .............................................................................26
Selecting “My Destinations”.............................................................................27
My Destinations Options ..............................................................................28
Selecting Destinations on the Map ..................................................................29
Route Planning................................................................................................31
Route Planning Options...............................................................................33
Turn-by-Turn Directions ..................................................................................34
Using the Map .................................................................................................35
The 3-Dimensional Navigation Map.............................................................36
The Two-Dimensional Navigation Map ........................................................37
Map Functions in Navigation Mode..............................................................37
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Section 7
Bluetooth......................................................................................38
Settings ...........................................................................................................38
Pairing your Phone with the NAV300 as a Hands Free Device .......................39
Using NAV300 to Connect to Your Phone ...................................................40
Using your Phone to Connect to NAV300....................................................41
Pairing your Phone with the NAV300 as a Headset ........................................42
Managing Bluetooth Devices...........................................................................43
Device List Screen.......................................................................................43
Making a Bluetooth Call ..................................................................................44
Touch Call....................................................................................................44
Favorites ......................................................................................................45
History .........................................................................................................47
Voice Call.....................................................................................................47
Answering a Bluetooth Call .............................................................................48
In-call Options..............................................................................................48
Section 8
Traffic Message Channel (TMC) .................................................49
Using TMC ......................................................................................................49
TMC Traffic Information Symbols ................................................................50
TMC and Navigation ....................................................................................51
Tuning TMC.....................................................................................................52
Section 9
Music Mode..................................................................................53
Playing an Audio File.......................................................................................54
Section 10 Movie Mode..................................................................................55
Playing a Video File.........................................................................................56
Section 11 Picture Mode ................................................................................57
Section 12 Game Mode ..................................................................................59
Section 13 Calculator Mode...........................................................................60
Section 14: Settings ........................................................................................61
Section 15 Troubleshooting ..........................................................................62
Contacting Technical Support .........................................................................62
Technical Information ......................................................................................63
FCC Statement................................................................................................63
Section 16: ..Warranty....................................................................................... 61
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Section 1
About GPS/NAV300 Introduction
The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a network of satellites launched by the
U.S. military beginning in the 1970s. The satellites continuously transmit accurate
time and position information, which is freely used by commercial and military
applications worldwide. GPS receivers, such as Delphi NAV300, are designed to
pick up the high-frequency radio signals from these satellites and use the
information to help determine your exact location. Today, there are many
applications that use GPS—from marine to automotive, aviation, and military.
There are 24 satellites in total, orbiting approximately 12,000 miles above the
Earth. While a GPS receiver can detect signals from up to 12 satellites at any
one time, only three are needed to provide the two-dimensional position (latitude
and longitude), or “fix,” that is required for vehicle and marine navigation
systems. Aviation applications also need altitude, and therefore need information
from at least four satellites.
The Delphi NAV300 is designed specifically to use the continuous stream of GPS
information to help find your current position and to calculate the best route to
your desired destination using the road maps stored in its memory. With voice
and visual commands, the Delphi NAV300 helps guide you to your destination.
For best results when using Delphi NAV300:
• When the Delphi NAV300 is connected to power for the first time, leave it
connected for about two hours to charge the battery.
• Plan your route before your journey. If you need to set up a new itinerary en
route, safely park your vehicle before making any changes.
• GPS signals cannot pass through solid materials other than glass. So when
you are inside a building or tunnel, GPS may not be available. Likewise,
signal reception can be affected by overhead cover such as trees or
metalized windshield glass. Wireless devices may also interfere with signals,
causing variable reception.
• While the Delphi NAV300 can be operated by finger touch, more precise
control can be achieved using the stylus pen. Do not use other sharp objects,
which can damage the LCD screen.
• Never clean the Delphi NAV300 with the power on. Use a soft, lint-free cloth
moistened with water to wipe the screen and the exterior. Do not use paper
towels to clean the screen. Do not place anything on top of the Delphi
NAV300. Do not drop the Delphi NAV300 or subject it to severe shock.
• Keep the Delphi NAV300 away from excessive moisture and extreme
temperatures. Do not subject the Delphi NAV300 to sudden and severe
temperature changes that could cause condensation inside. In the event of
moisture condensation, allow the Delphi NAV300 to dry out completely before
use.
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• Always disconnect the receiver from the power supply when leaving the car
parked for a long period or when not using the system during travel. Failure to
do so could drain the vehicle’s battery as the Delphi NAV300 continuously
draws power, even when the power is off.
Warning: Never attempt to disassemble, repair, or make any modification
to the Delphi NAV300. Doing so could result in personal injury, death, and/or
damage to the Delphi NAV300 and/or to your vehicle.
Warning: This device contains a non-replaceable lithium-ion internal
battery that can burst or explode, releasing hazardous chemicals.
To avoid risk of fire or explosion, do not attempt to replace the Delphi NAV300
battery. The Delphi NAV300 battery is not user-replaceable.
To reduce risk of fire or injury, never disassemble, crush, puncture, or dispose of
the Delphi NAV300 in fire or water.
Warning: Never use the power adaptor in a high-moisture environment, or
touch it when your hands or feet are wet. Make sure there is adequate
ventilation around the adaptor when in use, and do not cover it with paper, vinyl,
cloth (including the carrying case) or any other material. The adaptor must be
connected to the correct power source. Do not attempt to service the unit if its
power lead or body becomes damaged or exposed to excess moisture.
Caution: Keep SD cards in a well-protected case to avoid dust and
humidity. Make sure no foreign objects can enter the SD slot.
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Section 2
Unpacking the Delphi NAV300
Here’s what is included in the Delphi NAV300 package:
1. The Delphi NAV300 unit with integrated GPS receiver
2. United States (including Alaska, Puerto Rico and Hawaii) and Canada maps
on SD card
3. Windshield mount with suction cup and dashboard mount
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4. In-vehicle charging cable
5. Stylus Pen
6. NAV300 Owner’s Kit:
• Quick Reference Guide
• DVD containing:
o User manual in Adobe Acrobat PDF format
o Adobe Acrobat Reader software
o Copy of United States and Canada map files that have been
preloaded on the SD card
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Memory Cards
The Delphi NAV300 has 32 megabytes of internal memory available for the
operating system (Microsoft WinCe version 5.0). SD (secure digital) Memory
cards are available for purchase and should be used to store other media files
such as video (avi, MPEG4, Xvid), images (jpg, gif, png) and/or audio (MP3 or
wav) files.
An SD card can be plugged into the slot in the Delphi NAV300 and can be
purchased with various memory capacities. An SD card with 256 megabytes of
memory or more can be used in the Delphi NAV300. Delphi recommends the use
of following SD card brands: Kingston, Kingmax, Transcend, and SanDisk.
Caution: Do Not ADD or DELETE files from the SD card containing the
map data.
Accessories and Replacement Parts
You will be able to purchase the following items from the Delphi Website.
• External GPS antenna: 15-foot cable with MMCX connector; required if your
vehicle is fitted with a heat-reflective or heated windshield, or for extra GPS
performance in weak signal areas
• External Traffic Message Channel adaptor
• SD card reader: an external device that connects to your computer so that
you can download maps, audio files, movie files, and photos directly onto an
SD memory card
• Vehicle mount kit: includes suction mount so you can transfer the Delphi
NAV300 to another vehicle easily
• Protective carrying case
• 12 V vehicle power adaptor: ideal when using Delphi NAV300 in more than
one vehicle
• Updated maps
• AC Adaptor to charge the Delphi NAV300 at home
For further information on replacement parts and accessories, visit
www.shopdelphi.com
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Section 3
Installing Delphi NAV300 in Your Vehicle
Warning: To avoid personal injury, follow the safety guidelines and
installation instructions provided so that the Delphi NAV300 does not obstruct
the view of the driver, interfere with the operation of any airbags and safety
features in the vehicle, or become airborne in the case of an accident. Do not
attempt to install Delphi NAV300 while driving.
Before installing the Delphi NAV300, check whether your vehicle is fitted with a
heat-reflecting or heated windshield. If so, you will need to purchase an external
antenna from your retailer to allow your unit to pick up GPS signals.
NOTE: Alternative mounting options may be available for your vehicle make and
model. Contact your retailer or Delphi for more information.
NOTE: In the state of California and Minnesota, it is necessary to use the
dashboard mount, according to state law.
Follow these steps to mount the suction mount to the windshield:
1. Flip up the GPS Antenna.
2. Using the two tabs on the bottom of the cradle,
locate the Delphi NAV300 and rotate it
rearward. While pushing in the two release
buttons, continue rotation until the unit is firmly
seated in the cradle.
3. Release the two grey buttons. Reverse the
operation to remove the unit.
4. Position the suction cup firmly against the
windshield at the desired location
5. Flip the lever towards the suction cup. The
unit is now secure for operation.
Pull the lever away from the windshield/dashboard mount to remove the suction
cup. Pull the release tab to release the suction. If the suction cup does not
adhere, clean the mounting area of the windshield with a cloth dampened with
isopropyl alcohol. Let the area dry, then reapply the suction cup. Be sure to
mount the unit when the windshield is warm – it may be difficult when the
windshield is cold.
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Section 4
Features and Controls
Warning: For your safety, program the Delphi NAV300 and enter your
information about your destination BEFORE you start your journey. Do not
operate the Delphi NAV300 while driving.
NAV300 Receiver Controls
LEFT Side
RIGHT Side
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Section 5
Getting Started
Warning: For your safety, program the Delphi NAV300 and enter your
information about your destination BEFORE you start your journey. Do not
operate the Delphi NAV300 while driving.
Powering Up
Power on
Press the Power button located on the
lower left side for at least one second.
Power off
Press the Power button located on the
lower left side for at least one second.
NOTE: The Delphi NAV300 will continue to charge if connected to a 12V power
jack even when powered down. By default, the unit will power on when
connected to a 12V power source. You can change this setting by turning “Auto
Booting” to OFF in the Configuration Settings (Section 14 of this manual).
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Inserting an SD Card
Delphi NAV300 has a slot for Secure Digital (SD) cards located in the bottom.
Delphi NAV300 will accept SD cards containing digital maps or other data, such
as audio (MP3 or wav) files, movie (avi, MPEG4, Xvid) files, or image (gif, jpg,
png) files.
The Delphi NAV300 comes equipped with an SD card preloaded with USA and
Canada maps. The card will already be in position in the SD card slot, and ready
to use for navigation.
If you choose to use a second SD card (separate purchase required) for music,
movie or picture viewing, remove the navigation system SD card by slightly
pushing the top of the card to release it, then pull it out of the slot.
Make sure the card is not in use before removing it.
Power off the unit, insert the new SD card with the label facing the front of the
device, and power the unit on.
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Home Screen
The main menu offers eight options, each of which are detailed in the sections
that follow:
NAVI – Starts navigation functions.
MUSIC – Starts music playback function
(MP3 and wav files)
MOVIE – Starts movie playback function
(avi, MPEG4, Xvid files)
PICTURE – Starts picture viewing
function (jpg, gif, and png files)
SETTINGS – Starts the screen
/environment setting function.
DEMO – Starts the NAV300
demonstration.
CALC – Starts the calculator function.
GAME – Starts the game function.
At any time you can return to this menu by pushing the Main Menu button or by
closing the current mode (accomplished by tapping the “x” in the upper corner of
the screen).
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Using the Keyboard
The keyboard of the Delphi NAV300 works the same way no matter what
function you access it from. Common functions of the keyboard are:
• Mode – Display the keyboard as alphabetical, numeric, or symbols by tapping
the buttons across the top of the keyboard:
• Space – Enter a space by tapping the
key
• Backspace – Delete the previous character by tapping the
(alphabetic mode)
(numeric mode)
key
(symbol mode)
Other Common Keys
Tap to move back a screen in
sequence.
Tap to scroll a list up.
Tap to close the displayed
function.
Tap to scroll a list down.
Tap to pop-up and adjust
volume settings.
Tap to select a choice.
Tap for more information about
the item displayed.
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Section 6
Navigation Mode
Warning: For your safety, program the Delphi NAV300 and enter
information about your destination BEFORE you start your journey. Do not
operate Delphi NAV300 while driving. Park the vehicle first.
DELPHI DISCLAIMS ALL LIABILITY FOR ANY USE OF THIS PRODUCT IN A
WAY THAT MAY CAUSE ACCIDENTS, DAMAGE OR THAT MAY VIOLATE
THE LAW.
Driver Protection
The driver must not operate this unit while the vehicle is moving. A protection
screen is displayed when the Delphi NAV300 is powered on:
OK must be selected to continue. Selecting Cancel causes the program to
terminate.
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Navigation – Main Menu
The Delphi NAV300 Navigation Main Menu provides access to the most
commonly used functions:
• New Destination - Setting a new destination
• My Destination - Picking from a set of previously saved destinations
• Take Me Home – Computing the route to your home destination
• Voice Command – Accessing and using previously recorded voice
commands
Common On-Screen Icons
No GPS Signal – data is being received by less than three satellites.
GPS Ready – data is being received by at least three satellites.
The unit is being supplied by an external power source and the battery is
completely charged.
The unit is being supplied by an external power source and the battery is
charging.
The unit is powered by its internal battery.
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In addition, the main menu contains a pull-up menu for access to common
options. Tap the Options button to access:
• Route Planning – allows you to specify a starting point and various route
points. Provides an overview of the planned route.
• Settings – allows you to configure the Delphi NAV300 basic navigation
settings, such as language, default map view, zoom levels, map orientation,
use of street names, speed, compass, distance, signs, lanes, etc. Also allows
you to set the current map; the categories of points-of-information displayed;
and the route profile, including: the type of vehicle, type of route, whether to
use traffic information, allow use of highways or toll roads, etc.
• Show Map – allows you to view the map and your current position on it.
• MP3 Player – displays the MP3 player function of the Delphi NAV300.
• Traffic (if installed) – displays the TMC traffic system.
• GPS Status – displays your current GPS status, including your direction,
time, longitude and latitude, speed, etc.
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Navigation Settings
Scroll through the settings using the
left and
right arrow keys. Use the
toggle key to toggle between possible values. Some settings have many
options. Tap on the
list icon to see all valid values. To select a value, tap it.
Tap OK at the bottom of the screen to record your changes. Tap Done or
Cancel to accept or cancel your changes.
To see explanations of the settings, tap the
setting.
information button next to the
Basic Settings – Language, Speaker, Speak Street Names, Speak Signs,
Navigation View, 3D Autozoom, 2D Autozoom, Zoom Factor, 3D Map: Show
Street Names, 2D Map: Show Street Names, 2D Map: Orientation, Show Altitude
and Speed, Display Compass, Show Remaining Distance, Show Duration of
Journey, Show Time of Arrival, Info When Crossing Borders, Show Signs, Show
Lanes, Show Speed Limits, Warnings within Urban Areas, Warnings Outside
Urban Areas, Warn Against Certain Speed Limits, Menu Animation, Distance
Unit, Time Format, Coordinate Format, Brightness Day, Brightness Night, Speed
Dependent Volume.
Current Map Settings – Change the map currently being used.
POI (Points of Interest) – Shows the categories that are available on the three
buttons of the quick link in the New Destination Menu. You can also set which
categories of points of interest are displayed on the map.
Route Profile – Speed Profile, Type of Route, Consider Traffic Information,
Highways, Ferries and Toll Roads, Calculate Next Stage, U-turns.
Settings Options
Product Information – Tap to see product version information.
Factory Settings – Tap to restore to factory settings.
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Setting a New Destination
Tap New Destination from the Navigation Main Menu to enter a destination.
You will be prompted to enter a new address, search for a point-of-interest, or
directly access POI categories that you can define (default is the nearest gas
station, parking area or restaurant). Tap the button for your selection.
Entering a New Address
You can enter a new address in two ways:
• Street First – by specifying a Street Æ House Number Æ City
• City First – by specifying a City Æ Street Æ House Number
Tap the button for your selection. Be sure that you have selected the correct
state before entering a street or city name.
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Use of the destination entry screen is the same whether you decide to enter your
destination by street or by city. The destination entry screen contains several
options:
Tap to see driving
information about the
state or municipality
Tap to select the state
from a drop down
menu.
Enter your destination,
in order, in these
fields. First tap the
field, then use the
keyboard to enter the
information.
In certain fields you
can enter the first few
letters of the word,
and the NAV300 will
provide a list of
applicable names for
your destination.
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Tap Start Navigation to
begin your journey.
Searching for a Point-of-Interest (POI)
You can search for a POI that is nearby, in a specific city, or nationwide. Tap the
button for your selection.
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Searching for a Nearby POI
Tap a POI Category
Tap the POI Name
Tap a POI Brand or Sub-category
Tap Start Navigation to
begin your journey.
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Search for a POI in a City
Follow the same procedure as above, but first select a city name:
Search for a POI Nationwide
You can also search for a POI with nationwide significance.
Tap to select a category
Tap a POI
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Directly Accessing Nearby POI
You can access nearby points of interest (default categories are: gas stations,
parking areas, and restaurants) directly by tapping the direct access buttons.
To change the POI categories that are displayed, tap Options, select “Settings”,
and then select “POI.”
NOTE: In order to search nearby POIs, the GPS must be ready. The icon for the
GPS receiver will be red if it is not ready.
Tap to select a new POI
category from a list
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New Destination Options
Before beginning your trip, you can use the Options function to:
• Save Destination – save the destination you entered to your list of Favorites.
• Show on Map – preview your destination on a map.
• Add to Route – add this destination to an existing route set-up.
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Selecting “My Destinations”
Tap My Destinations from the Navigation Main Menu to select from previously
saved or recent destinations.
You will be prompted to select a destination from your list of favorites or from a
list of recent destinations. Tap the button for your selection.
Both “Favorites” and “Last Destinations” display the same type of selection
screen:
Tap your selection
from the list
NOTE: For very long lists, enter the first letter or letters in the name and allow the
Delphi NAV300 to narrow the list to the most appropriate selections.
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Tap Start Navigation to
begin your journey.
My Destinations Options
You can use the Options function to:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Save as Favorite – save the destination to your list of Favorites.
Delete Destination – delete the current destination.
Delete All – delete all saved destinations.
Add to Route – add this destination to an existing route set-up.
Rename – rename the favorite.
Store a Voice Command – record a voice command for the favorite.
Home Address – set the current favorite as your home address
(Last Destinations Options)
(Favorites Options)
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Selecting Destinations on the Map
From the Navigation menu, tap Options and select “Show Map” from the menu.
The 2D Destinations Map will be displayed.
NOTE: This entry map will not update as your vehicle moves, and is used for
selecting destinations only. To view the moving map, tap the
Tap to zoom out
button.
Tap to zoom in
Select this tool and tap
and drag on the map
to zoom the selected
area.
Select this tool and tap
and drag on the map
to move the map.
Tap to center the
map at your
position
Tap to display the
3-D moving map
To navigate to a destination on the map, tap the location (in this case the nearby
Getty station).
Tap to confirm your
selection.
Tap the check mark for your selection.
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Tap to navigate to the
location.
Tap to add the location
to an existing route.
Tap to save the
location.
Tap to display a list of
nearby points of
interest
Tap the Take Me There button to navigate to the selected location.
Tap Calculate Route to show the route.
Tap to show turn-byturn directions.
Tap to start navigation
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Route Planning
The Delphi NAV300 allows you to plan and store itineraries, even when not
receiving a GPS signal. From the Navigation menu, tap Options and select
“Route Planning” from the menu.
Tap to specify a
starting point.
Select the method for entering route points from the list. Please see the “Setting
a New Destination” and “Selecting My Destinations” sections in this manual for
instructions.
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Tap to see available
information (address,
telephone, etc.) about
the route point.
Tap to add additional
route points.
Once you have added all of the route points, tap Show Route to display the
route.
Flags show each
destination
Shows mileage and
time for each segment
Tap to show turn-byturn directions.
Tap to start navigation
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Route Planning Options
You can use the Options function to:
• Simulation – run a 3D, turn-by-turn simulation of the route. Simulations are
restricted to a maximum of 60 miles.
• Save Route – save the existing itinerary.
• Settings –configure the Delphi NAV300 basic settings, such as language,
default map view, zoom levels, map orientation, use of street names, speed,
compass, distance, signs, lanes, etc. Also allows you to set the current map;
the categories of points-of-information displayed; and the route profile,
including: the type of vehicle, type of route, whether to use traffic information,
allow use of highways or toll roads, etc.
• GPS status – displays your current GPS status, including your direction,
time, longitude and latitude, speed, etc.
• Route Profile – view and modify the profile for the current route, including the
speed profile, type of route, whether traffic information is considered, whether
highways, toll roads may be used, etc.
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Turn-by-Turn Directions
Once a route is calculated, you can review the directions turn-by-turn for the trip.
Tap to show turn-byturn directions.
Tap to recalculate the
route
You can tap on the “X” next to any segment to mark that segment as unwanted.
Tap the recalculate button to recalculate the route without any unwanted
segments.
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Using the Map
Access the map by tapping Options from the navigation main menu. The 2dimensional destination map is displayed. Use this map to select destinations.
Tap to zoom out
Tap to zoom in
Select this tool and tap
and drag on the map
to zoom the selected
area.
Select this tool and tap
and drag on the map
to move the map.
Tap to center the
map at your
position
Tapping the
Map modes.
button toggles between Destination Map and Navigation
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The 3-Dimensional Navigation Map
Shows the current
speed limit
Shows the
upcoming road
sign
Shows the
maneuver
following the
next turn
Shows the current
speed and altitude
Shows the
distance, estimated
driving time and
estimated time of
arrival for each
segment
Shows the next
turn
Shows the name of
the next road or
exit for your route
Shows the name of
the current road
Shows current
direction
Shows upcoming
POIs
Shows your
current position
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The Two-Dimensional Navigation Map
Warning: Information contained in the cartographic material can be
incorrect depending on current conditions, roadwork, etc. Obey all current
applicable traffic laws.
Map Functions in Navigation Mode
Tap any spot on the map to display additional navigation functions.
Switches between
2D and 3D map
modes
Switches between
day and night
display modes
Opens a menu to
enter an interim
destination
Tap to omit the
next route point
Tap to display
points of interest
along your route
Tap to block the
next route point.
Tap again to
restore the route
point.
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Section 7
Bluetooth
The Delphi NAV300 includes Bluetooth® connectivity. With its integrated
microphone, the NAV300 allows you to answer and make calls from the touch
screen.
Pressing the Bluetooth button
the Bluetooth system.
on the front of the Delphi NAV300 launches
Settings
Tapping the Settings button opens the Settings Screen.
Shows the current
name and address of
your NAV300 device
Tap to toggle between
Bluetooth “Enable”
and “Disable”
Tap to reset Bluetooth
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Pairing your Phone with the NAV300 as a Hands Free Device
Ensure that Bluetooth is active and discoverable on your phone and tap the
Hands Free button to set up your phone with the Delphi NAV300.
Tap to allow the
NAV300 to be found
by your phone. You
will use your phone to
connect to NAV300.
Tap to have
NAV300 connect to
your phone
If you choose Add Device, you may have to set your phone to allow devices to
find it.
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Using NAV300 to Connect to Your Phone
Tapping Add Device will cause the NAV300 to search for available Bluetooth
devices.
NOTE: During this process, please watch your phone screen for any additional
response that the phone may require.
Select your phone from the list and tap Connect to connect the NAV300 to your
phone.
Select your phone
from the list
Tap to connect to
your phone
When connection is successful, you will be prompted to enter your PIN code.
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Tap Touch pad to open the on-screen key board and enter your PIN code. The
default pin code is 0000. Tap OK to record your entry.
The NAV300 will pair with your phone. You may need to enter the PIN code or
perform other functions on your phone to complete the pairing. Please watch
your phone screen during this process.
Using your Phone to Connect to NAV300
Tapping Find Me will cause the NAV300 to enter “discoverable mode,” allowing
other Bluetooth devices to connect to it.
You can now use your device to pair with the NAV300. Once you enter the PIN
number on your phone, the NAV300 will ask that you verify the PIN.
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Tap Touch pad to open the on-screen key board and enter your PIN code. The
default pin code is 0000. Tap OK to record your entry.
Your phone should now be paired to the NAV300.
Pairing your Phone with the NAV300 as a Headset
You may pair your phone with the NAV300 as a headset by tapping the Headset
button from the Main Menu. This method of connecting the NAV300 to your
phone is useful only if there has been difficulty connecting the NAV300 as a
hands free device.
When you pair the NAV300 and your phone this way, the NAV300 allows you to
answer calls only. You cannot initiate calls using the NAV300 in headset mode.
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Managing Bluetooth Devices
You may have multiple phones set up for connection with your Delphi NAV300.
You can add and remove phones from your list and disconnect and connect to
different phones using the List Screen.
If you have phones already paired to the NAV300, but have none of them
currently connected, the following screen appears when you select Hands Free
from the Main Menu.
Currently selected
device
Tap to put NAV300
in “Discoverable
Mode” allowing
Bluetooth devices
to find it
Tap to connect to
the currently
selected device
Tap to display the
Device List screen
Device List Screen
This screen allows you to connect to a device, add devices, and remove devices.
Select a device to
connect to or
remove from the
list
Tap to connect to
the selected device
Tap to add a device
Tap to remove the
selected device
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Making a Bluetooth Call
Select the Hands Free button from the Bluetooth menu to place a call using a
currently connected device.
Tap to open the
number keypad
and dial the call
Tap to access
previously stored
favorite numbers
Tap to make a
voice call (voice
calling must be
enabled on the
phone)
Tap to view recent
call history and
select a number to
call
Touch Call
Tapping Touch Call opens the keypad.
Number appears
here as you tap the
keys
Tap to backspace a
character
Tap to display alpha instead of numeric keys.
Tap the keys for the number you wish to call and then tap Call to initiate the call.
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Favorites
Tapping Favorites accesses a list of your previously stored favorite numbers.
Select a number
from the list
Tap to call the
selected favorite
number
Tap to add a favorite
number
Tap to remove a
selected favorite
number
Adding Favorites
If you have no Favorites on the Favorites list, the following screen is displayed.
Tap Yes to display the touch pad to add a Favorite. You can also add a favorite
number by selecting Add Favor. from the Favorites list screen.
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Enter the name of the Favorite and tap OK.
Enter the number of the Favorite and tap OK.
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History
Tapping History accesses a list of your previously called or received numbers.
Select a number
from the list
Tap to call the
selected number
Tap to add the
selected number to
your list of favorite
numbers
Tap to remove the
selected number
from the list
Voice Call
Tapping Voice Call allows you to make a call by speaking the name of a
previously recorded voice call number on your phone.
NOTE: Voice calling must be set up on your phone to use this feature.
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Answering a Bluetooth Call
When a call is received by a paired phone, the Delphi NAV300 will display the
following:
Shows the number
calling (in this
case, number is
unknown)
Tap Answer to answer the call or Refuse to refuse the call.
In-call Options
During a call, pressing the Bluetooth button
on the front of the Delphi
NAV300 opens the following screen of in-call options.
Lists the current
call and elapsed
call time
Tap to move the
call from NAV300
to your phone
Tap to end the call
Tap to send DTMF
Tap to open the
touch pad and
make a new call
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Section 8
Traffic Message Channel (TMC)
NOTE: This function can only be activated after installation of external TMC
antenna and optional Real-Time Traffic Kit.
Traffic Message Channel (TMC) is a subscription service that provides navigation
systems with traffic information broadcast by radio stations. The Delphi NAV300
has an optional receiver that allows subscribers to receive up-to-the-minute traffic
information and allows you to adjust your route accordingly.
Check with www.shopdelphi.com for additional information on adapter kits that
can be plugged into Delphi NAV300 and subscriber services. Once you have
activated TMC per the adapter kit’s instructions, use the information in this
section to take advantage of the features of TMC on the Delphi NAV300.
Using TMC
TMC provides the Delphi NAV300 with the latest traffic information to allow
routes to be recalculated around traffic jams and other obstructions. If TMC is
activated, you may display the traffic information on screen.
Initialization of TMC begins as soon as GPS signals are received. The current
status of TMC service is indicated by an icon on the right side of the screen:
From the Navigation Menu, tap Options and select “Traffic” to display the TMC
settings.
This screen allows you to filter the types of messages to be displayed.
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Traffic information will be shown on the map screens.
NOTE: If you are navigating to a destination, messages that affect your current
route will be displayed first.
TMC Traffic Information Symbols
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TMC and Navigation
You can configure Delphi NAV300 to take TMC information into account when
calculating a route. You can configure this to happen automatically or manually.
If you have configured TMC with manual confirmation, your will receive a screen
with details of the obstruction:
You can choose to detour around the obstruction or ignore it.
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Tuning TMC
Tap the Tuning button to toggle between Automatic tuning, Hold station, and
Frequency input modes.
In Auto tuning mode, the TMC receiver searches continually for the station that
offers the best reception. The name and frequency of the station are displayed.
Use the arrow keys to select a different station. As soon as another station has
been found, its name and frequency are displayed.
In Hold station mode, the current station is maintained.
In Frequency input mode, you can directly enter a station’s frequency. Use the
arrow keys to modify the frequency in steps of 0.1 MHz.
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Section 9
Music Mode
Warning: For your safety, DO NOT operate the Delphi NAV300
entertainment features while driving. Movie and music (MP3) playing, picture
viewing, demo, and calculator are intended for use while you are not driving your
vehicle.
DELPHI DISCLAIMS ALL LIABILITY FOR ANY USE OF THIS PRODUCT IN A
WAY THAT MAY CAUSE ACCIDENTS, DAMAGE, OR THAT MAY VIOLATE
THE LAW.
The Delphi NAV300 can playback audio files saved in MP3 or wav format on an
SD card. Adding music, movies or pictures requires an additional SD card (not
included) and the ability to download MP3 or wav files from a computer. An SD
card reader may be required if your computer is not equipped with an SD card
slot.
When entering Music mode, the last file played is highlighted as “current.” If the
last music file does not exist on the SD card currently installed, the first file
available on the current card is listed.
Current Status
Repeat
Toggle Repeat Mode
Time Played/Total Time
Display Music List
Play
Stop
Previous
Next
Mute
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Playing an Audio File
Audio functions are controlled by tapping the buttons located on the control bar in
the lower half of the screen:
Play: Tap the Play button to play the file listed. The screen displays the current
playback time and status. If a file is damaged, the next file will be played.
If all of the files are damaged, the receiver displays a popup screen and all audio
playback stops.
Pause: Tap the Pause button to stop playback temporarily. Press the Play
button to continue playback.
Stop: Tap the Stop button to stop playback. The playback indicator will return to
the beginning of the song. Note: If the Previous or Next buttons are selected
while playback is stopped, the previous or next song will be selected.
Repeat: The default repeat mode is “All Repeat.” Tap this button to change
repeat mode from “All Repeat” to “1 Track Play” and then to “All Play.”
Mute: Toggles between “Mute Off” and “Mute On.”
Previous/Next: Tap the Previous and Next buttons to select the previous or
next audio file in the list.
List: Displays the play list screen with the file currently playing highlighted. Use
this screen to scroll through and select audio files. You can also choose to
arrange and play audio in the list in random order or alphabetically.
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Section 10
Movie Mode
Warning: For your safety, DO NOT operate the Delphi NAV300
entertainment features while driving. Movie and music (MP3) playing, picture
viewing, demo, and calculator are intended for use while you are not driving your
vehicle.
DELPHI DISCLAIMS ALL LIABILITY FOR ANY USE OF THIS PRODUCT IN A
WAY THAT MAY CAUSE ACCIDENTS, DAMAGE, OR THAT MAY VIOLATE
THE LAW.
The Delphi NAV300 can play back video files saved in avi, MPEG4, Xvid format
on an SD card. Adding movies requires an additional SD card (not included) and
the ability to download avi files from a computer. An SD card reader may be
required if your computer is not equipped with an SD card slot.
When entering Movie mode, the file most recently played will begin playing
automatically. The control bar on top of the screen displays the file name of the
current file, and the playtime.
Current Status
File in Play
Time Played/Total Time
Rewind
Play
Fast Forward
File List
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Playing a Video File
NOTE: Tapping the video portion of the screen toggles between full-screen and
menu modes.
Movie Play List
Pressing Play will play the file in full-screen mode.
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Section 11
Picture Mode
Warning: For your safety, DO NOT operate the Delphi NAV300
entertainment features while driving. Movie and music (MP3) playing, picture
viewing, demo, and calculator are intended for use while you are not driving your
vehicle.
DELPHI DISCLAIMS ALL LIABILITY FOR ANY USE OF THIS PRODUCT IN A
WAY THAT MAY CAUSE ACCIDENTS, DAMAGE, OR THAT MAY VIOLATE
THE LAW.
The Delphi NAV300 allows you to view images saved in gif, jpg, or png format on
an SD card. Adding pictures requires an additional SD card (not included) and
the ability to download gif, jpg, or png files from a computer. An SD card reader
may be required if your computer is not equipped with an SD card slot.
When entering Picture mode, the file most recently viewed will be displayed. The
control bar on top of the screen displays the file name of the current file, and the
number of files in the index.
Previous Picture
Next Picture
Full Screen Display
File List
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NOTE: Tapping the image portion of the screen toggles between full-screen and
menu modes.
Enlarge/Reduce: Press the up and down arrow keys on the front of the Delphi
NAV300 while in full-screen mode to zoom the image in and out.
Picture File List
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Section 12
Game Mode
Warning: For your safety, DO NOT operate the Delphi NAV300
entertainment features while driving. Movie and music (MP3) playing, picture
viewing, demo, and calculator are intended for use while you are not driving your
vehicle.
DELPHI DISCLAIMS ALL LIABILITY FOR ANY USE OF THIS PRODUCT IN A
WAY THAT MAY CAUSE ACCIDENTS, DAMAGE OR THAT MAY VIOLATE
THE LAW.
The Delphi NAV300 offers a classic card matching game.
When the game starts, you are provided with a brief glimpse of all cards with
their pictures exposed.
Look quickly and carefully and try to remember the positions of the pictures –
before the cards turn over.
Tap the cards you think match. Your score and time are displayed on the top of
the screen.
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Section 13
Calculator Mode
Warning: For your safety, DO NOT operate the Delphi NAV300
entertainment features while driving. Movie and music (MP3) playing, picture
viewing, demo, and calculator are intended for use while you are not driving your
vehicle.
DELPHI DISCLAIMS ALL LIABILITY FOR ANY USE OF THIS PRODUCT IN A
WAY THAT MAY CAUSE ACCIDENTS, DAMAGE OR THAT MAY VIOLATE
THE LAW.
Delphi NAV300 features a standard calculator with addition, subtraction,
multiplication and division functions.
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Section 14:
Settings
Delphi NAV300 screen and environment settings can be changed by tapping the
Settings button from the main screen.
Tap to change
configuration
settings
Tap to calibrate the
touch screen
Tap to change the
opening screen
from Main Menu to
Navi, Music,
Picture, or Movie
Tap and slide to
change the screen
brightness
Tap to change the
language used on
the NAV300 screen
Tap to cause the
GPS system to
reset
Tap to save your
changes
Tap to change
screen settings
Tap to modify the
popup sound
Tap to modify the
button sound
Tap to cause the
GPS system to
reset
Tap to save your
changes
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Tap to turn auto
booting on and off
which causes the
unit to power up
whenever it is
connected to a 12v
power source
Delphi NAV300 User’s Guide
Section 15
Troubleshooting
The Delphi NAV300 is designed and built to provide trouble-free performance. If
it does not appear to be functioning properly, please follow the troubleshooting
guidelines below.
No GPS fix:
• Check the satellite icon in the upper right corner
of the map view screen.
• Make sure the antenna on the unit is pointed
outward and upward with a clear view of the sky.
• Ensure that the vehicle does not have a heatreflecting or heated windshield. An external
antenna can be purchased from your retailer to
help ensure adequate GPS signal reception.
• The NAV300 may take several minutes to get a
GPS fix the first time you use it. After the unit
locates the satellites, it will-self calibrate each
subsequent time you use the unit, it should take
less than 40 seconds to get a fix. If you travel
overseas, the unit can take up to 20 minutes to
acquire a first fix.
GPS randomly loses its
fix:
• Make sure the antenna is pointed upward and
outward, with a clear view of the sky
• The receiver will continue to search for a signal
and will automatically recalculate the route once
reception is restored.
No audible destination
instructions:
• Check and adjust the volume with the dial on the
right side of the unit or the volume settings in the
Navigation function.
Unit does not start:
• Check that you have followed the instructions.
• Contact Delphi Technical Support at
1.877.667.8700, or check the website at
www.shopdelphi.com
Contacting Technical Support
Contact Delphi at 1.877.667.8700 Monday – Friday, 8:00am – 8:00pm; Saturday,
10:00am – 5:00pm, Eastern Standard Time, or visit: www.shopdelphi.com
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Technical Information
Dimensions
2.3” x 3.2” x 1.1”
Weight
7.4 oz
Screen Size
3.5” diagonal
Screen Resolution
320 x 240 pixels
Number of Colors
16.7M
Microprocessor
Samsung 2440, 400 MHz
Onboard Storage
memory for OS
32 MB
GPS Accuracy
16.5’ (5m), 95%
Time to GPS fix
cold start
2 minutes
Time to GPS fix
hot start
15 seconds
Map Data
NAVTEQ™
GPS Receiver
SiRFStarIII™
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FCC Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a normal
installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged
to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver
• Connect the equipment into an output on a circuit different from that to which
the receiver is connected
• Consult the dealer or an experienced electronics technician for help
• A shielded cable must be used when connecting a peripheral to the serial
ports
• Modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the
user’s authority to operate the equipment under FCC rules
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Section 16
Warranty
Delphi Product & Service Solutions (“Delphi”) warrants all Delphi NAV300
systems sold by Delphi (“Products”) to be free of defects in material and
workmanship, subject to the following conditions.
The duration of Delphi’s warranty with respect to the Delphi NAV300 is limited to
one (1) year from the date of sale to the original consumer purchaser.
No other express warranties are made with respect to any Product. All
implied warranties, including warranties of merchantability and fitness for a
particular purpose are limited to the warranty period set forth above. This
warranty is not transferable and applies only to the original consumer
purchaser of the Product.
Delphi will, as its sole obligation under this warranty, replace or repair, at its
option, any Product that does not conform to this warranty. Under no
circumstances will Delphi be liable for any incidental or consequential damages
under this warranty or any implied warranties.
Delphi will not be responsible for damage resulting from any (i) deviation from
Delphi’s operating instructions as printed in Delphi’s catalog or on any packaging,
labels, or other literature provided with a Product, (ii) installation of a Product in a
manner which is inconsistent with Delphi’s written instructions, (iii) alteration or
modification of a Product, (iv) misuse, (v) neglect, (vi) abuse, (vii) accident, (viii)
normal wear and tear, (ix) commercial use, (x) service by anyone other than a
Delphi authorized repair facility, or (xi) other improper application, installation, or
operation of the Product.
How you (the Customer) can get service:
To obtain warranty service during the first thirty (30) days after the date of
purchase, you must return the defective Product with the original receipt to
the original place of purchase. To obtain warranty service during the
remainder of the warranty period, you must contact Delphi by phone at
1.877.667.8700.
If warranty service is needed at any time during the warranty period,
the purchaser will be required to furnish a sales receipt/proof of
purchase indicating the date of purchase, amount paid, and place of
purchase. Customers who fail to provide such proof of purchase will
be charged for the repair of any Product.
How state law relates to the warranty:
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Some states do not allow limitations on how long implied warranties last,
or the exclusion or the limitation of incidental or consequential damages.
So the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty
gives you specific legal rights. You may also have other rights that may
vary from state to state.
NO PERSON IS AUTHORIZED BY DELPHI TO MODIFY OR ADD TO THIS
LIMITED WARRANTY.
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