Product specifications | Eclipse - Fujitsu Ten AVN6600 GPS Receiver User Manual

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on the AVN6600. They show safe and correct ways to handle the product to prevent personal
injury to you and others and avoid damage to property.Before reading through the manual,
take time to read through and learn the important information listed in this section.
Cautions for use
• Start driving only after the GPS mark appears. Starting to drive with improper positioning
may lead to vehicle positioning errors.
* The images appearing on the screen may differ from those shown in this manual
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and features of the product.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
How to use this manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
GPS navigation system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
How to view the navigation screen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
GPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Situations when GPS signal reception is impossible . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Basic operation
Menu screen and list screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Menu screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
How to switch the list screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Up/down switch display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Page switch display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
POI switch display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Adjusting the screen and setting the sound . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Screen adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
How to display the image quality adjustment screen . . . . . . . . . 20
Contrast/Bright . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
How to switch to daytime display when the lights are ON . . . . . 21
How to turn the screen OFF. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Switching the map display color. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Switching the clock display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Switching miles and km display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Switching the Time Zone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Switching the Time Zone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Setting the Daylight Saving Time. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Setting the volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Adjust the volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Set the automatic highway volume switch function . . . . . . . . . . 25
Map displays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
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Present location display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Moving the map (one-touch scroll). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Moving the map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Setting the Street Name display while scrolling . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Switching the touch switch display. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Switching the touch switch display. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Setting touch switches to display or not display. . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Switching the map reduction scale. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Switching to the desired reduction scale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Displaying street maps. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Switching to street map display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Canceling the street map display. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Switching the map orientation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Switching the map orientation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Switching to double screen display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Switching to double screen display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Operating the screen on the right . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Canceling the double screen display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
POI display. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Display landmarks by a simple operation while driving . . . . . . . 38
Delete a POI landmark. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Displaying multiple types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Search for POI vicinity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Displaying a list of POIs along the set route . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Displaying POI information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Setting the type of POI vicinity to be retrieved while driving . . . . . . . . 43
How to retrieve maps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Changing the search area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Retrieving a map using an address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Retrieving a map using a POI name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
If narrowing down candidates per area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
When narrowing down the list by POI type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Retrieving a map in the event of an emergency. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Retrieving a map using a memory point. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Retrieving a map using the archive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Retrieving a map using an intersection name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Retrieving a map using a freeway exit/entrance name . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Retrieving a map using the latitude/longitude . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Performing operations on a retrieved map . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
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Performing operations on a displayed map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Displaying POI information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Navigation guidance
Setting the destination and searching for a route . . . . . . . 62
Set a destination and search for a route . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Setting a destination. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
One-touch setting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Set from a registered point. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Set using the map retrieval method . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Route search . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
All-route display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Route displays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
All-route display and touch switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Display or bypass a restricted segment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
Bypassing a restricted segment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
How to display message on a restricted segment . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Display route data (guided road information) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
3-route simultaneous display
(3-route search function) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
Changing the search result route . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Adding a destination. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Change the search conditions for each interval . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Switching the destination order . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Deleting a destination. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
Indicating a transit road . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Canceling a transit road indication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Starting, pausing and restarting route guidance . . . . . . . . 83
Starting route guidance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
Pausing and restarting route guidance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
Route guidance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
Intersection guidance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
A non-junction intersection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
A junction intersection
(enlarged guidance screen for an intersection) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
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Set automatic display of the intersection guidance screen . . . . 86
Canceling the intersection guidance screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
Ferry crossing guidance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
Setting the required time display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
Setting the average speed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
Highway junction guidance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
Canceling the highway junction guidance screen . . . . . . . . . . . 89
Switching the highway junction guidance screen. . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Voice guidance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
Setting the auto voice guidance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
Performing operations on the guided route . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
Guidance in another mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
Setting the guidance when in another mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
Redisplaying the all-route display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
Switching the required time/distance remaining display . . . . . . . . . . . 94
On-route scroll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Start on-route scroll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
On-route scroll screen operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Reinitiating a route search. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
Reinitiating a route search . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
Reinitiating a route search . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
Automatic reroute search . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
Setting the automatic reroute search . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
Point registration
What is point registration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Registering, correcting or deleting a memory point . . . . 101
Registering, correcting or deleting your home . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
Registering your home. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
Correcting your home . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
Deleting your home . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
Registering memory points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
One-touch registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
Registering a far away point . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
Correcting the position of a memory point . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
Changing the symbol of the memory point. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
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Enter a telephone number for a memory point. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111
Entering the name of a memory point . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112
Displaying the name of a memory point. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
Deleting a memory point . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
Registering, correcting or deleting a special
memory point . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115
Registering a special memory point . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115
Correcting a special memory point. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117
Deleting a special memory point . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118
Registering, correcting or deleting
detour memory points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
Registering detour memory points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
Correcting a detour memory point . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
Deleting a detour memory point. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
Destination archive. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
Deleting entries from the destination archive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
Information function
Information screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124
Information screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124
SYSTEM CHECK screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125
Optional function
Rear View Camera operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126
Rear View Camera image . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128
Displaying the rear view image manually (MANUAL) . . . . . . . 128
Displaying the rear view image in reverse gear (AUTO) . . . . . 128
Rear View Camera settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130
Helpful tips
Correction of the present location and distance . . . . . . . 132
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Present location correction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132
Correcting the distance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134
For reference
Map DVD-ROM data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135
Map DVD-ROM data display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135
Accuracy and error . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136
Positioning accuracy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136
GPS signal quality and reception conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136
Present location display error. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138
Error due to having changed a tire. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138
Correcting the map matching vehicle position sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . 138
Present location display, route guidance accuracy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139
Road and geographic name data. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141
Route guidance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141
Information you should know . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144
If one of these messages appears . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144
Messages related to general navigation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144
Before asking for repairs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147
Items related to general navigation functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147
Copyright . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148
Glossary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155
Index by topic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 157
Information about the maps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 157
Route guidance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158
Others . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 160
INDEX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 162
The Index by Topic simplifies searches for explanations
about individual features. When confused by an
operation, use the Index by Topic to search for information
about the operation.
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1. How to use this manual
Section title
A title is assigned for each
section.
Item title
A number and title is
assigned for each
item.
Attention
Additional points
regarding the
operations are given
here.
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Operation title
A title is assigned for
each operation .
Detailed operation
title
A title is assigned for
each detailed
operation.
Section heading
Only the section
side heading will
appear.
Operation screen
A screen showing
the operation will
appear.
Operation procedure
Describes the
operation.
Proceed with the
operation as per the
numerical order.
Go to the next page
The description shown above is for explanation, and therefore it may differ from the
actual one on the same page.
The operation
procedures are
continued on the next
page.
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2. Features
Several search methods to choose from
(Refer to page 45)
• Search using a POI name (Refer to page 50)
When the name of the POI is known, enter it to
initiate a search. It is also possible to search by
entering only a part of the name.
• Search using a freeway exit/entrance
(Refer to page 59)
A search can be initiated using the name of a
freeway or an exit/entrance
• Search using latitude/longitude coordinates
(Refer to page 60)
A map can be displayed by directly entering
the latitude and longitude coordinates.
• Emergency search (Refer to page 56)
In the event of an emergency, a search can be
initiated for the nearest police station or
hospital.
• Search using the destination archive
(Refer to page 57)
A map can be retrieved using entries previously
set in the destination archive.
• Search using a registered point
(Refer to page 56)
A map can be retrieved using your home or a
point registered in the memory.
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Registering a desired point in the memory
(Refer to page 100)
Your home or a geographical point you want to
indicate on a map can be registered in the
memory. Also, when initiating a route search,
points through which you want to make a
detour can also be registered in advance.
POI icon display (Refer to page 36)
Various types of POIs can be displayed on a
map using icons.
Diverse screen displays (Refer to pages 33, 34, 72)
• Double screen display
The screen can be divided into two parts.
• Enlarged intersection display
While route guidance is in progress, an
enlarged illustration of the area around an
intersection where turn is to be made (junction)
is displayed when approaching that
intersection.
• Route data
A list is displayed of all the distances up to
intersections and turning directions prior to
reaching the destination.
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2. Features
3-route simultaneous display (Refer to page 73)
When initiating a route search, three routes
(Quick 1, Quick 2 and Short) can be searched
for simultaneously.
The map display color can be switched
(Refer to page 22)
Four map display colors can be selected for
the daytime and nighttime screen display
respectively.
System upgrade (Refer to page 126)
• Rear View Camera
When the optional Rear View Camera is
installed, the view to the rear can be displayed
on the monitor screen.
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Introduction
3. GPS navigation system
By setting your destination, the device will automatically perform a route search and guide
you through the route using screen displays and voice announcements.
How to view the navigation screen
The navigation map display consists of a present location screen and a scrolled map screen.
Present location screen
1 Orientation mark (
indicated.
Scroll map screen
, when the bearing is pointing upwards) The map orientation is
• Refer to "Switching the map orientation" on page 32 for how to switch the map direction
(North up or Heading up).
2 Clock display
The present time is indicated.
• See page 22 for information concerning this mark's display.
3 Name display
The following names appear depending on the situation.
(Only geographical points represented as data in the map disk)
• Names of junction and non-junction intersections
• Names of roads taken
• Names of interchange exits
4 Instruction points
Intersection guidance (intersection name display / intersection guidance screen) is
displayed.
• Refer to "Intersection guidance" on page 84 for information concerning intersection
guidance.
5 Route display
When setting your destination, the route all the way to that point is displayed.
• Route guidance will occur only when the present location appears on a dark blue line.
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The present location and the vehicle direction are displayed.
7 Scale display
The reduction scale of the map being displayed is indicated.
The length of the
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6 Vehicle position mark
appearing in the screen above represents 300ft.
8 GPS mark
This mark will appear when utilizing the absolute positioning data from the GPS satellite.
• See page 16 for information concerning this mark's display. There may be misalignments
depending on the satellite conditions.
9 Distance remaining display
The distance from the present location to the destination is indicated.
• While route guidance is in progress, the distance calculated from the route now being
taken to the destination is indicated.
• When deviating from the set route, the distance to the destination in a straight line is
indicated.
• Refer to "Switching the required time/distance remaining display" on page 94 for
information on how to switch the remaining distance display.
0 Required time display/destination direction mark
The following marks appear depending on the situation.
■ Required time display
While route guidance is in progress, the required time up to the destination is indicated.
• Refer to "Setting the required time display" on page 87 for information concerning the
required time.
■ Destination direction mark
When deviating from the set route, the direction towards the destination is displayed.
A Cursor mark
This mark is indicated on the map retrieved by a search or by scrolling.
To scroll, simply touch the map (on a spot other than the touch switches on the screen).
B Cursor position name display
The name of the cursor position on the map is displayed (approx. 6 seconds).
Except for some parts describing certain functions, this manual uses normal north-up
map screen illustrations to describe the device's functions.
"Map touched" appears signifying that the map was directly touched (on spots other
than touch switches).
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Introduction
4. GPS
Global Positioning System (GPS): a system developed and operated by the United States
Government that pinpoints your present location by utilizing latitudinal and longitudinal data
received from at least 4 satellites (sometimes only 3 are used).
Situations when GPS signal reception is
impossible
The following are situations when the GPS
signal cannot be received.
• When the GPS signal is obstructed while
driving through building clusters, tunnels or
overpasses
• When the signal is obstructed by an object
placed on or near the GPS antenna
• When the GPS satellite is not sending any
Screen with GPS signal reception in progress
signals to the earth (signal emission may be
halted due to modifications or repairs
conducted by the U.S. Tracking Control Center, the organization responsible for controlling
GPS signals)
• When a digitally formatted cellular telephone unit is brought near the GPS antenna
Handling the GPS antenna
• Consult a specialist at the store of purchase for how to install the GPS antenna.
• Do not apply paint or wax onto the GPS antenna. Otherwise, signal reception
sensitivity may be diminished or signal reception may be rendered impossible.
• Do not pull on the cord when uninstalling or moving the GPS antenna.
Otherwise, short circuits or disconnections may result.
• See page 136 for information concerning GPS signal accuracy and errors. See
page 155 for definitions of the terminology employed.
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Introduction
Basic operation
1. Menu screen and list screens
Menu screen
 Press
MENU to display the Menu
screen.
 The following operations can be
performed from the Menu screen.
• Touch the desired item's touch switch
to activate.
Item (touch switch)
Function
Page
Suspend guidance/Resume guidance*1
Stopping or restarting route guidance
83
Volume
My places
Setup
Map DVD
Setting the volume
25
Setting the automatic highway volume switch
25
Registering/correcting/deleting the
geographical data for your home
101, 103, 104
Registering/correcting/deleting
memory geographical points*2
Registering/correcting/deleting
detour memory geographical points
119, 121, 122
Correction of the present location and distance
132
Switching the kilometer/mile display
23
Setting the estimated arrival time
87
Setting the automatic reroute search
99
Switching the time zone
23
Setting the automatic voice guidance
92
Setting the guidance when in each mode
93
How to display message on a restricted segment
71
Set automatic display of the
intersection guidance screen
86
Setting the street name display while scrolling
28
Setting the switch display
29
Switching the clock display
22
Setting the type of POIs in the
vicinity retrieved while driving
43
Switching the map display color
22
Deleting entries from the destination archive
123
Map DVD-ROM data display
135
*1: The color is toned down if the destination is not set.
*2: Including registering/correcting/deleting special memory geographical points.
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105, 109, 114
How to switch the list screens
Touch ▲ or ▼ to move the list one item at a
time.
Basic
operation
Up/down switch display
Page switch display
Touch
time.
or
to move the list one page at a
POI switch display
Touch either Restaurant , Shopping ,
Automotive , Travel , Recreation ,
Community , Banking or Other to
move the list one POI at a time.
• The touch switch color is toned down for
POIs without corresponding lists. Touching
a toned-down touch switch will have no
effect.
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Basic operation
2. Adjusting the screen and setting the sound
Screen adjustment
To make viewing easier, the display switches between day screen/night screen according to
whether the vehicle lights (parking lights, taillights, license plate lights) are on/off.
(Default status)
● Lights turned OFF ........ daytime display
● Lights turned ON.......... nighttime display
● Daytime display (when lights are turned OFF)
● Nighttime display (when lights are turned ON)
How to display the image quality adjustment screen
 Pressing
while the Navigation screen is displayed causes the
screen to change to the image quality adjustment screen.
 Pressing
DISP
after
adjustment, or when more than
about 20 seconds without
operation, setting is completed
automatically and the previously
displayed screen is redisplayed.
ENTER
● Image quality adjustment screen
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Contrast/Bright
Touch
+
to increase, touch
-
to decrease.
+
to increase, touch
-
to decrease.
 Bright
Touch
Basic
operation
 Contrast
How to switch to daytime display when the lights are ON
 The daytime display and nighttime
display will be switched each time
DAY is pressed.
• When in daytime display, the touch
switch changes into bright color.
• DAY is displayed when the lights are
ON.
How to turn the screen OFF
 Touch
OFF .
• To make the screen reappear, press NAVI .
• Even with the screen turned OFF, the GPS present location positioning continues
to function.
• The daytime display screen and nighttime display screen can be separately
adjusted.
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Basic operation
2. Adjusting the screen and setting the sound
Switching the map display color
The map display color (5 color selection) can be switched for both the daytime and nighttime
displays independently.
 Touch
 Touch
Setup in the Menu screen.
Normal , 1 , 2 , 3 or
4 for both Map Color (Day) and
Map Color (Night) respectively.
• The pressed touch switch will become
brighter.
 Touch
OK .
Switching the clock display
The present time display appearing on the map screen can be switched.
 Touch
 Touch
Setup in the Menu screen.
On or Off for Clock
Indication.
• The pressed touch switch will become
brighter.
 Touch
OK .
• Touch Default in the Setup screen to return all items to the default settings.
• The present time displayed is automatically adjusted using GPS signals. (You
cannot adjust the time yourself.)
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Switching miles and km display
 Touch Setup in the Menu screen.
 Touch miles or km for Distance.
Basic
operation
Miles and km display on the map screen can be switched.
• The pressed touch switch will become
brighter.
 Touch
OK .
Switching the Time Zone
The time zone for every region in the U.S. can be switched.
Switching the Time Zone
 Touch
 Touch
Setup in the Menu screen.
Change for Adjust Time
Zone.
 Touch either
Pacific , Mountain ,
Central , or Eastern .
• The pressed touch switch will become
brighter.
 Touch
OK .
Touch
Default in the Setup screen to return all items to the default settings.
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Basic operation
2. Adjusting the screen and setting the sound
Setting the Daylight Saving Time
 Touch
 Touch
Setup in the Menu screen.
Change for Adjust Time
Zone.
 Touch
On or Off for Daylight
Saving Time.
 Touch
OK .
Default in the Setup screen to return all items to the default settings.
On
• Touch
to gain the clock display 1 hour ahead.
Touch Off to return the clock display to the previous setting.
• Touch
• The present time displayed is automatically adjusted using GPS signals. (You
cannot adjust the time yourself.)
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Setting the volume
Adjust the volume
 Touch Volume
 Touch either 1
in the Menu screen.
Basic
operation
The sound volume during route guidance can be adjusted.
, 2 , 3 , 4 ,
5 , 6 or 7 .
• The pressed touch switch will become
brighter.
• Touch Off to turn OFF the volume.
When the volume is OFF, touch any of
the navi volume switches to turn the
volume back ON.
 Touch
OK .
Set the automatic highway volume switch function
When driving at high speeds, the set volume can be automatically raised one level.
Either automatic switch ON (automatically raise) or OFF (not raised) can be selected.
 Touch
 Touch
Volume in the Menu screen.
Adaptive Volume Control .
• When turned ON, the movement
display light turns yellow.
 Touch
OK .
Movement display light
When exceeding 50 mph (80 km/h), the volume automatically increases one level
and goes back down to its original level when the speed goes down below 43
mph (70 km/h).
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Basic operation
3. Map displays
Present location display
The present location screen appears when switching the engine to ACC or ON.
• The present location of your vehicle is displayed on the map.
• When the menu screen or any other map screen besides the present location map screen
is displayed, press
 Press
NAVI to return to the present location screen.
NAVI in the present
location screen to make all the
geographical names near the
present location appear.
After having installed the device, or after having reconnected the battery terminal,
the vehicle position mark
may differ from the actual present location
(misalignment of the vehicle position mark
).Continue driving and, in a moment,
the present location will be automatically corrected using the map matching and
GPS data. (Depending on the case, this may take several minutes.) If signals
from the GPS are not utilized and the present location is left uncorrected, park the
vehicle in a safe place and correct the present location. (Refer to page 132)
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When a map is displayed, touching the map directly (anywhere except the touch switches)
makes the point scroll to the center of the display. The street name around the scrolled point
may appear.
Moving the map
Basic
operation
Moving the map (one-touch scroll)
 Touch the map (anywhere except
the touch switches).
• On the bottom left of the map, the distance
in a direct line from the present location is
displayed.
• Touch continuously around the center of the
screen and the map will move slowly.
• Touch continuously near the edge of the
screen and the map will move quickly.
● While scrolling
● Scrolling stopped
• For safety reasons, the map can only be scrolled up to a predetermined
distance while driving.
• The map orientation can be switched while driving.
* For a scrolled map, you can only switch from "Heading up" to "North up".
(Switching from "North up" to "Heading up" impossible)
• Move the map with one-touch scroll and the map will freeze into position and will
not move even if moving the present location. Press
original status (moving map).
NAVI to return to the
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Basic operation
3. Map displays
Setting the Street Name display while scrolling
You can select between setting the Street Name display ON (display) or OFF (not display)
while scrolling.
 Touch
 Touch
Setup in the Menu screen.
On or Off for Street
Name on Scroll Map.
• The pressed touch switch will become
brighter.
 Touch
OK .
Switching the touch switch display
When a map is displayed, the number of touch switches displayed on the screen can be
reduced.
Switching the touch switch display
 Touch
OFF .
• If the touch switches are not
displayed, this operation cannot be
performed via a touch switch. First
display the touch switches on the
screen and then proceed.
• If the touch switches are not
displayed, touch ON
to make
them appear on the screen.
Touch
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Default in the Setup screen to return all items to the default settings.
Setting touch switches to display or not display
 Touch
 Touch
OFF touch switch.
Setup in the Menu screen.
Change for
OFF
Basic
operation
You can set the switches to be hidden on pressing the
Function.
 Touch the touch switches desired
for non-display.
• Touch
OFF on the map screen
and the touch switches selected here
will not appear.
 Touch
OK .
• Touch Default on the switch display setting screen to return the switch
display setting to default status.
• To display all the touch switches, touch those displayed in toned-down color.
OFF or ON
are not displayed.
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Basic operation
3. Map displays
Switching the map reduction scale
The map reduction scale (map range) can be switched to any desired setting from
40,960,000:1 to 2,500:1. Also, if the destination is set, you can switch to the reduction scale
showing the entire route to the destination with one touch.
street
map
Switching to the desired reduction scale
 To widen the map's range, touch
. To shrink it down, touch
.
• Every time the touch switch is touched,
the scale goes up/down one level at a
time.
• After having touched
or
, touch
a number on the scale bar to switch to
the reduction scale represented by
that number.
Scale bar
• Touch continuously on
or
for at
least 1 second to switch the scale with no increments (free zoom).
• The reduction scale switched to will be indicated with a yellow mark.
• The
switch will disappear when setting to the maximum range (250 mile
scale diagram).
• For safety reasons, the scale cannot be free zoomed while driving.
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Displaying street maps
 For the area where the street map
Basic
operation
is provided, 1/0.0025 million (75 ft)
scale street map can be displayed.
● Street map
Switching to street map display
 When 150 ft scale map is
displayed, touch
.
• 75 ft scale street map is displayed.
Canceling the street map display
 When 75 ft scale street map is displayed, touch
.
● Only in the area where the street map is provided,
is displayed on the 150 ft scale map and
becomes selectable (If you move the map or the present location to the area where the street map
is not provided, the street map being displayed is automatically canceled).
● On street maps, the one-way traffic is indicated with
while driving.
mark. The street map cannot be moved
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Basic operation
3. Map displays
Switching the map orientation
The orientation of the map being displayed can be switched.
• North up display
The map appears with north pointing up at all
times regardless of the vehicle's heading.
(The maps appearing in this manual are
shown in north up display form.)
● North up display
(indicates north)
• Heading up display
The map appears with the heading of the
vehicle pointing up at all times.
● Heading up display
Switching the map orientation
 Touch
or
.
• Switches between "North up" display
and "Heading up" display.
When in heading up display, maps retrieved by setting the destination and allroute display screens are shown with north up. However, when returning to the
present location screen, the display will switch back to heading up.
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Switching to double screen display
Ex.) Two maps can be displayed with; different reduction scale screens, North up and
Heading up screens, POI display ON and OFF screens.
Switching to double screen display
 Touch
 Touch
Basic
operation
When a map is displayed, the screen can be divided into two parts as shown below.
when a map is displayed on the screen.
.
• The screen on the left can be operated
the same way as when only one
screen is displayed.
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Basic operation
3. Map displays
Operating the screen on the right
 Touch the map shown in the screen
on the right.
 Touch any touch switch.
 Touch Back . Touch Back
to
return to the double screen map
display.
• Touch
or
to switch the map
reduction scale.
• Touch
or
orientation.
to switch the map
• When in double screen display, only the map appearing on the left screen can
be moved with one-touch scroll.
• Maps retrieved by the destination setting screen or all-route display screen will
appear as one screen. When returning to the present location screen, the
double screen form will reappear.
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POI vicinity display
Please refer to the POIs that can be displayed on "POI display" on page 36.
■ Show POI Icons: ON
 Touch
Basic
operation
When a POI vicinity is displayed in the screen on the left, you can switch it either ON (display)
or OFF (not display) to appear on the right screen.
Show POI Icons .
• The actuation right is lit and turns
"Show POI Icons" to ON.
■ Show POI Icons: OFF
 Touch
Show POI Icons while the
Actuation right is lit.
Movement display light
• The actuation right is off and turns
"Show POI Icons" to OFF.
Canceling the double screen display
 Touch
 Touch
when a map is displayed on the screen.
.
• The pressed touch switch will become
brighter and the monitor will return to
single screen display.
• When a POI vicinity is displayed, the settings in the screen on the left and right
are the same. However, POIs not displayed on the left screen cannot be shown
on the right screen.
• If re-displaying the double screen, the reduction scale for the maps shown will
be the same as the previous double screen display scales.
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Basic operation
3. Map displays
POI display
POI landmarks can be displayed on the map.
Restaurant
POI types
Community
Shopping
Travel
Banking Other
Automotive
Recreation
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All Restaurants
American
Chinese
Continental
Fast Food
French
Italian
Japanese
Mexican
Sea Food
Thai
Other Restaurants
Convenience Store
Department Store
Grocery Store
Home and Garden
Pharmacy
Shopping Mall
Specialty Food Store
Other Retail Stores
Auto Club
Car Wash
Gas Station
Parking
Service & Maintenance
Other Automotive Stores
Airport
Bus Station
Campground
Ferry Terminal
Hotel
Rental Car Agency
Rest Area
Train Station
Amusement Park
Botanical/Zoological Gardens
Casino
Cinema
Golf Course
Historical Monuments
Horse Racing
Marina
Museum
National and State Parks
Ski Resort
Speedway
Sports Complex
Theater
Tourist Attraction
Tourist Information
Video Rental
Winery
City Center
Convention Center
Court House
Government Offices
Higher Education
Hospital
Library
Parks
Police Station
Post Office
School
ATM
Bank
Other Financial Services
Beauty and Barber Shops
Coffee House
Dry Cleaning
Health and Fitness Club
Ice Cream Parlor
Other Business Facilities
• Maps with a scale of 1 mile or greater detail can be displayed. (Excluding all
route display screens.)
• Move the
or
mark to switch the POI landmark displays.
or
Basic
operation
• POI landmarks can only be displayed within a 20 mile radius from the
mark. (Up to 200 landmarks.)
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Basic operation
3. Map displays
Display landmarks by a simple operation while driving
POI landmarks can be displayed by simple operations while driving.
 Touch Map View if a map is displayed.
 Touch Show POI Icons .
 Touch the POI to be displayed
( Gas Station , ATM , Parks ,
Grocery Store , Restaurant ,
Hotel ).
• The POI landmark touched will appear.
Delete a POI landmark
 Touch
 Touch
 Touch
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Map View if a map is displayed.
Show POI Icons .
POI Off .
Displaying multiple types
 Touch
 Touch
 Touch
Map View if a map is displayed.
Show POI Icons .
Basic
operation
Multiple POI landmarks (5 types) can be displayed simultaneously.
More .
 Touch the POI type to be displayed.
• Touch List All Categories to show
all the types of POI.
 Touch the POI name to be
displayed.
• Up to 5 POI landmarks can be
displayed simultaneously.
• If having made an error, touch
Delete to cancel one POI
landmark at a time.
• Touch an already selected POI to
cancel that POI.
 Touch
 Touch
OK .
Back .
• The selected POI landmark is displayed.
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Basic operation
3. Map displays
Search for POI vicinity
Names of POIs close to the
from the
or
or
mark on the map and their distance in a straight line
mark can be displayed. With
, it is also possible to display a direction.
 If POI landmarks are displayed on the map, touch
 Touch Show POI Icons .
 Touch Local POI List .
Map View .
• A list of the selected POIs appears.
 Touch the POI name to be
displayed.
• A map with the selected POI in the
center is displayed with the POI name
and its distance in a straight line to the
present location is displayed.
• If the
mark is displayed, POIs
ahead of it are shown with a
mark
(arrow pointing upwards). (Position viewable from the vehicle directional heading.)
• If a destination is set, a list of POIs along the route can be displayed. Refer to the
Section "Displaying a list of POIs along the set route" on page 42.
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or
mark can be searched
• POI landmarks can be listed in the order of proximity to the
POI icon category.
or
mark or by
● Distance order display
● Category order display
● Name order display
• Touch Dist. to
change the listing order
• Touch Icon to
change to a POI icon
category listing order.
• Touch Name to
change the name listing
order.
to proximity to the
or
Basic
operation
• Only landmarks within a 20 mile radius of the
for. (Up to 200 landmarks.)
mark.
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Basic operation
3. Map displays
Displaying a list of POIs along the set route
If a destination has been set, a list of POIs whose distance and direction correspond to the
set route can be selected. (The distances shown represent distances left to travel to the
POIs.)
 Touch
On Route .
Distance display
• If a list displaying POIs along the set
route is shown, the movement display
light appears yellow.
• Touch the POI name to display a map
with that POI in the center, its name
and the distance to that POI from the
present location.
● Display of POIs along
the set route
Movement display light
Displaying POI information
 Touch a POI landmark displayed on the map.
• The name of the POI and the linear distance from the current location will be
displayed.
 If
Info. is displayed, touch Info.
to display a description of that POI.
• The data for the POI is displayed.
• If a route is not displayed on the map shown on the screen, a list of POIs along
the set route cannot be displayed.
• There may not be a description available for some POIs.
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The 6 items appearing in the POI vicinity menu screen ( Gas Station , ATM , Parks ,
Grocery Store , Restaurant , Hotel ) can be set at random.
This POI vicinity menu can be displayed even while driving and POI landmarks can be
displayed on the map screen.
 Touch
 Touch
Basic
operation
Setting the type of POI vicinity to be retrieved while
driving
Setup in the Menu screen.
Change to Show POI
Icons.
 Touch the POI type to be changed.
 Touch the POI type to be displayed.
Go to the next page
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Basic operation
3. Map displays
 Touch the name of the POI to be
displayed.
 Touch
OK .
 to return all items to their default settings.
in screen  to return the POI vicinity retrieved while driving
• Touch Default in screen
• Touch Default
to its default setting.
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Basic operation
4. How to retrieve maps
When setting or adding a destination, registering your home, memory points, special memory
points or detour memory points, maps corresponding to these setting and registration points
can be retrieved using various methods.
■ When setting a destination
Basic
operation
For procedures on how to select a map retrieval method, see the corresponding page for
each item below.
● Setting a destination
(Refer to page 64)
● Add a destination (Refer to page 75)
■ When registering a memory point
● Registering your home
(Refer to page 101)
● Registering memory points
(Refer to page 105)
● Registering special memory points
(Refer to page 115)
● Registering detour memory points
(Refer to page 119)
The screens above are examples of screens when setting a destination and when registering
a memory point.
Touch the map retrieval method on the displayed Menu screen to select an item.
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Basic operation
4. How to retrieve maps
Item (touch switch)
Function
By entering an address, the map corresponding to that
point (or area) can be displayed. (Refer to page 48)
By entering the name of a POI, the map corresponding to
that POI's vicinity of can be displayed. Also, enter the
name of an address to display the map of that area. (Refer
to page 50)
The map displayed on the screen before having opened
the Menu screen can be returned.
Police stations, hospitals are displayed in the order of
proximity to the present location. (Refer to page 56)
The map of the vicinity of a memory point can be displayed.
(Refer to page 56) [Only for when memory points are
registered. For information concerning memory points, see
page 100.]
The map of the vicinity of a previously set destination or
the previous start point can be displayed. (Refer to page
57) [Only for when an entry in the destination archive is
registered. For information concerning the destination
archive, see Page 123.]
Intersections can be displayed by entering the names of
two roads that cross each other. (Refer to page 57)
A map can be displayed by indicating a freeway entrance/
exit. (Refer to page 59)
A map can be displayed by entering latitude and longitude
coordinates. (Refer to page 60)
Vicinity of special memory point
/
/
/
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/
/
[When setting a destination]
A route search is started for a registered geographical
point. [Only when each respective point is registered.]
[When registering a memory point]
The map for a registered point can be displayed. [Only
when each respective point is registered.]
• Registering your home (Refer to page 101)
• Registering 1 to 5 special memory points
(Refer to page 115)
Changing the search area
For any search method employed, the system will conduct a search in the area you are
occupying unless the search area has been changed. To conduct a search in another area,
first set the search area prior to beginning the search.
 Touch
Basic
operation
This navigation system divides the U.S. and Canada into 11 block areas.
Change .
 Touch the area where a search is
to be initiated.
• For a list of the areas, see the figure on
the right.
 Touch
US1
Idaho
Oregon
Washington
US2
California
Nevada
US3
Arizona
Colorado
Montana
New Mexico
Utah
Wyoming
OK .
US4
Iowa
Kansas
Minnesota
Missouri
North Dakota
South Dakota
US5
Oklahoma
Texas
US6
Illinois
Indiana
Kentucky
Michigan
Ohio
Wisconsin
US7
Arkansas
Alabama
Louisiana
Mississippi
Tennessee
US8
Connecticut
Massachusetts
Maine
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New York
Rhode Island
Vermont
US9
Washington,D.C.
Delaware
Maryland
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
West Virginia
US10
Florida
Georgia
North Carolina
South Carolina
CAN
All provinces and
regions in Canada
included in this
switch.
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Basic operation
4. How to retrieve maps
Retrieving a map using an address
If the address is known, its corresponding map can be retrieved by selecting that address.
 Touch
Street and enter one
character at a time.
• If having made a mistake, touch
to
delete one character at a time.
• Lettered touch switches with no
corresponding search result will
appear inverted. Input is not enabled
even if touching them.
 Touch List .
 Touch the street name to be
displayed.
 Touch the city name to be
displayed.
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 Touch
House # and enter one
number at a time.
 Touch
to
Basic
operation
• If you make a mistake, touch
delete one character at a time.
OK .
• The map searched for by entering an address is displayed.
• If there is an address that corresponds with the entered house number, the map of the
vicinity of that address will be displayed.
• If there is no address corresponding to the entered house number, a diagram of the
vicinity of the corresponding street will appear.
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Basic operation
4. How to retrieve maps
Retrieving a map using a POI name
A map can be retrieved by entering a partial POI name or by narrowing down from a list of
several POI types, regions, street or city names, etc. Also, a map can be retrieved by
entering the name of an address.
When the number of candidates is low, a map can be selected directly from the list screen.
 Enter the POI name (or address)
by touching one character at a
time.
• Up to 24 characters can be entered.
• If having made a mistake, touch
to
delete one character at a time.
• Lettered touch switches with no
corresponding search result will
appear inverted. Input is not enabled
even if touching them.
 Touch
List .
• A POI list screen containing names searched for from the entered characters is
displayed.
 Touch the POI name to be
displayed.
• Narrow down a long list of candidates
using City and Category start
a search after having eliminated items
from the list.
• When indicating the area of the POI to
be displayed in the POI list screen,
touch City
and then touch Nearest 5 cities or
Input City name . When
indicating the POI type, touch Category .
If entering less than 4 search candidates, the list screen will automatically be
displayed.
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If narrowing down candidates per area
When narrowing down candidates from the nearest 5 cities
Basic
operation
 Touch City on the list screen.
 Touch Nearest 5 cities .
 Touch the name of the city when the desired POI is located.
 Touch the POI name to be
displayed.
• Touch Name to return to screen
 on "Retrieving a map using a
POI name" (Page 50).
• Touch Category to indicate the
type of POI to be displayed on the POI
list screen. (Refer to page 53)
When narrowing down the list by entering a city name
 Touch City on the POI list screen.
 Touch Input City name .
 Touch one character at a time to
enter the city name.
• Up to 24 characters can be entered.
• If having made a mistake, touch
to
delete one character at a time.
• Lettered touch switches with no
corresponding search result will
appear inverted. Input is not enabled
even if touching them.
• Every time a character is touched, the number of POI names searched for is
indicated.
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Basic operation
4. How to retrieve maps
 Touch
List .
• A POI list screen containing names searched for from the entered characters is
displayed.
 Touch the POI name to be displayed.
• Touch Name
(Page 50).
to return to screen  on "Retrieving a map using a POI name"
• Touch Category to indicate the type of POI to be displayed on the POI list screen.
(Refer to page 53)
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When narrowing down the list by POI type
This is one way to narrow down the list of POI types. This is convenient when knowing what
and start
 Touch Category on the POI list screen.
 Touch the POI type to be displayed.
• Touch List All Categories
show all the types of POI.
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operation
type of POI is the destination. Narrow down a long list of candidates using City
a search after having eliminated items from the list.
to
● POI type indication screen
 Touch the POI name to be
displayed.
• Touch Name to return to screen
 on "Retrieving a map using a
POI name" (Page 50).
• Touch City to indicate the POI area
to be displayed on the POI list screen.
(Refer to page 51)
• POI type selection is set for 1 type. After setting in Category , City can
also be selected.
• If there is no corresponding POI for the set type, no list will appear. Set a
different type.
• Depending on the POI, the displayed geographical point is not always the actual
location of that POI but can be a representation of the address of that location.
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Basic operation
4. How to retrieve maps
Restaurant
POI types
Community
Shopping
Travel
Banking Other
Automotive
Recreation
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All Restaurants
American
Chinese
Continental
Fast Food
French
Italian
Japanese
Mexican
Sea Food
Thai
Other Restaurants
Convenience Store
Department Store
Grocery Store
Home and Garden
Pharmacy
Shopping Mall
Specialty Food Store
Other Retail Stores
Auto Club
Car Wash
Gas Station
Parking
Service & Maintenance
Other Automotive Stores
Airport
Bus Station
Campground
Ferry Terminal
Hotel
Rental Car Agency
Rest Area
Train Station
Amusement Park
Botanical/Zoological Gardens
Casino
Cinema
Golf Course
Historical Monuments
Horse Racing
Marina
Museum
National and State Parks
Ski Resort
Speedway
Sports Complex
Theater
Tourist Attraction
Tourist Information
Video Rental
Winery
City Center
Convention Center
Court House
Government Offices
Higher Education
Hospital
Library
Parks
Police Station
Post Office
School
ATM
Bank
Other Financial Services
Beauty and Barber Shops
Coffee House
Dry Cleaning
Health and Fitness Club
Ice Cream Parlor
Other Business Facilities
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operation
• Depending on the POI, the displayed geographical point is not always the actual
location of that POI. The following cases may result in a search based on data
that differs from general publications.
• Facilities such as art museums in department stores and amusement parks may
be located in areas that differ from their customer service centers.
• The address appearing in maps may contain the geographic name of a
neighboring area. Also, the address may only appear in part or may be
abbreviated.
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Basic operation
4. How to retrieve maps
Retrieving a map in the event of an emergency
In the event of a traffic accident, a problem with your vehicle or other emergency, a map for
the nearest police station, hospital can be retrieved.
Switch to this mode and the address and longitudinal/latitudinal coordinates of the present
location will be indicated on the upper part of the screen.
 Touch
Police Station
or
Hospital .
• While driving, the
Nearby Police Station or
Nearby Hospital will appear, and
you will be able to call up a map for the
nearest police station or hospital.
 Touch the POI to be displayed from
the list.
Retrieving a map using a memory point
If at least a few memory points are registered in the device in advance (Refer to page 105), a
map can be retrieved using one of these points.
 Touch the memory point to be
displayed from the list.
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Retrieving a map using the archive
Up to 100 latest previously set destinations are automatically recorded and a map for the
same point can be easily retrieved.
Basic
operation
 Touch the destination archive to be
displayed from the list.
• By touching
Previous Start Point you can
call up the previous start point.
Retrieving a map using an intersection name
An intersection can be retrieved from 2 intersecting streets.
 Enter the Street Name by touching
on the characters on the screen
one character at a time.
• Up to 24 characters can be entered.
• If having made a mistake, touch
to
delete one character at a time.
• Lettered touch switches with no
corresponding search result will
appear inverted. Input is not enabled
even if touching them.
• Every time a character is touched, the number of POI names searched for is
indicated.
• Touch List to display a list of the applicable streets.
• Your home and special memory points are not recorded in the destination
archive.
• Refer to the Section "Deleting entries from the destination archive" on page
123, for information concerning the deletion of entries in the destination archive.
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4. How to retrieve maps
 Touch Street Name from the list.
 Enter one more Street Name in the
same manner.
• Up to 24 characters can be entered.
• If having made a mistake, touch
to
delete one character at a time.
• Lettered touch switches with no
corresponding search result will
appear inverted. Input is not enabled
even if touching them.
• Every time a character is touched, the number of POI names searched for is
indicated.
• Touch List to display a list of the applicable streets.
 Touch Street Name from the list.
• The map retrieved from the entered
street names appears.
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Retrieving a map using a freeway exit/entrance
name
 Enter the freeway name by
touching on the characters on the
screen one character at a time.
Basic
operation
A map can be retrieved using the name of a freeway or an exit/entrance.
• Up to 24 characters can be entered.
• If having made a mistake, touch
to
delete one character at a time.
• Lettered touch switches with no
corresponding search result will
appear inverted. Input is not enabled
even if touching them.
• Every time a character is touched, the number of POI names searched for is
indicated.
• Touch List to display a list of the applicable freeways.
 Touch the freeway name to be
displayed.
 Touch either
Entrance or Exit
to specify the freeway entrance or
exit.
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Basic operation
4. How to retrieve maps
 Touch the entrance or exit name to
be displayed form the list.
• Touch Input Name to enter the
entrance or exit name directly.
• Touch Dist. Sort to sort the entries
in order of the distance from the
present location.
Retrieving a map using the latitude/longitude
A map can be retrieved using the latitude/longitude.
 Enter the number by touching the
switches on the screen one
number at a time.
• If having made a mistake, touch
delete one number at a time.
 Touch
to
OK .
• The map retrieved from the entered latitude and longitude appears.
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Basic operation
5. Performing operations on a retrieved map
When retrieving a map, either a map with a pinpoint search result or without a pinpoint search
result (vicinity) will be displayed. Information on POIs can be displayed from the map retrieved.
The following conditions are necessary to display a map from a pinpoint:
1 When entering a POI name in "Retrieving a map using a POI name"
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operation
Performing operations on a displayed map
2 When "Retrieving a map in the event of an emergency"
3 When "Retrieving a map using an intersection name"
4 When a corresponding POI is made available when "Retrieving a map using a freeway
exit/entrance name"
● When a search is made using a pinpoint
● When a search cannot be made using a pinpoint
The following operations are enabled on a retrieved map.
■ Changing the position
Scroll to change the position.
■ Displaying POI information
The POI data displayed as per the conditions described in steps 1 to 4 above is shown.
Displaying POI information
 Touch
Info. .
• Information on the POI is displayed
• Information on POIs can be displayed only when the method described in 1 to
4 above was used to call up a map.
• There may be no information available for some POIs.
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Navigation guidance
1. Setting the destination and searching for a route
To search for a route to guide you to a destination, settings including a destination setting,
additional destinations, and route search conditions are required.
Setting a destination (Page 64)
All-route display (Page 67)
Use the search result route
Change the search result route
There is a stop to be
made along the way
Search for a different route
● Display 3 routes simultaneously
(Page 73)
● Change the search conditions
for each interval (Page 77)
● Add a destination (Page 75)
● Indicate a transit road (Page 80)
Initiate route guidance (Page 83)
When having deviated
from the set route
Change the route
Drive along the search result route
There is a stop to be
made along the way
Search for a different route
● Change the search conditions
for each interval (Page 77)
● Reinitiate a route search
(Page 96)
● Add a destination (Page 75)
● Indicate a transit road (Page 80)
Route guidance
Arrival at your destination
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Navigation guidance
2. Set a destination and search for a route
Route guidance begins after setting your destination.
The destination is set as per the following methods:
• One-touch setting
• Set using a registered point (your home, special memory point)
• Set using the map retrieval method
One-touch setting
Setting method
Scroll the map and touch Enter to set the destination.
Set your home as the destination only if your home is registered.
This cannot be used if your home is not registered. (Refer to
"Registering your home" (Page 101).)
Set from a registered point
Set using a map
retrieval method
Navigation
guidance
Item
Set an already registered special memory point (up to 5 points)
as the destination. This cannot be used if there are no special
memory points registered.
(Refer to "Registering a special memory point" (Page 115).)
Search using a map retrieval method to set a destination.
(Refer to "How to retrieve maps" (Page 45).)
Set the destination to automatically start a recommended route search.
When adding a destination or a route other than the recommended route or setting a transit
road, proceed after the route search is complete.
• When setting the destination, use a detailed map with a reduction scale of under
0.5 miles.
• Geographical points on maps representing set destinations are automatically
registered (up to 100 points) and can be used to retrieve a map when setting a
destination. When exceeding 100 points, the oldest entry is deleted every time a
new one is entered. Unnecessary points can be deleted. (Refer to "Deleting
entries from the destination archive" (Page 123).)
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Navigation guidance
2. Set a destination and search for a route
Setting a destination
One-touch setting
A destination can be set in the map presently displayed.
 Touch the map.
 Touch Enter .
 Touch
• Touch
Enter .
to move the map.
• A
symbol will appear for the
destination point on the position and a
route search will begin.
• If a destination is already set, touch
Replace to delete the set
destination and set a new one.
• Touch Add to to add a destination.
It will be added as the next destination
after the present location.
If a map with a reduction scale wider than 0.5 miles is displayed, switch to a 0.5
mile reduction scale.
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Set from a registered point
 Press DEST .
 Touch "Home" icon or special
memory points 1 to 5 .
Navigation
guidance
• The symbol
will be displayed at
the location of your home or the
special memory point and the route
search will begin.
• A registered icon is used to represent
your home.
• If a destination is already set, touch
Replace to delete the set
destination and set a new one.
• Touch Add to to add a destination.
"Adding a destination" (Page 75)
(Refer to  to  .)
Set using the map retrieval method
 Press DEST .
 Select the map retrieval method
and the map corresponding to the
point to be set as the destination
will appear.
• See pages 45 and 61, "How to
retrieve maps" and "Performing
operations on a displayed map".
 Touch
Enter .
• A
symbol will appear for the
destination point on the position and a
route search will begin.
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Navigation guidance
2. Set a destination and search for a route
• If a destination is already set, touch
Replace to delete the set
destination and set a new one.
• Touch Add to to add a destination.
"Adding a destination" (Page 75)
(Refer to  to  .)
Route search
Set a destination and a route search will automatically start.
• A route search will continue even if switching to other screens.
• The route will not appear if the distance to the destination is too short.
• When a route search is complete, an all-route display (all routes from the present location
to the destination) screen will appear.
If the destination is on a freeway or
in an inaccessible area, the following screen will appear. Touch the
item corresponding to the situation.
• Touch Yes to set the
destination on the highway.
• Touch No to set the
destination on another road.
If the destination is inaccessible or
if there is a river, railroad or other
obstruction in its vicinity, the following screen may be displayed.
• Touch No to set that point as
the destination.
• Touch Yes
destination.
to move the
If a route search is conducted on a freeway or toll road interchange (IC), the
search result route may start from a nearby local road. In such a case, reinitiate a
route search (Refer to page 96).
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All-route display
When the route search is complete, an all-route display screen appears.
• Press NAVI after the all-route appears, or do not operate the device for at least 3
seconds after you start driving, and route guidance will automatically begin.
Navigation
guidance
Route displays
The routes will be displayed in the following
colors.
• Blue
The route when only one destination is set
or the present segment up to the first
destination set in case of multiple
destinations appears blue.
• Light blue
● Route search complete screen (all-route)
The traffic regulation data in the segment
is not corresponded on the map disc.
The route guidance with voice and screen
display such as intersection guidance is
not supported.
• Purple
All segments other than the present
segment up to the next destination when
multiple destinations are set.
• Orange
Display seasonally restricted segment
(Refer to page 70)
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Navigation guidance
2. Set a destination and search for a route
All-route display and touch switches
On the all-route screen, routes from the present location to the destination, the estimated
arrival time and distance are indicated.
Also, the search result routes can be changed and the guidance data can be displayed.
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2
5
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3
1
2
3
■ Items displayed
Data up to the final destination is displayed.
1 Distance on toll roads
The distance on all toll roads is displayed.
2 Distance on freeways
The distance on all freeways is displayed.
3 Distance
The total distance on all roads including toll roads, freeways, local streets to the
destination (when multiple destinations are set, the final destination) are displayed.
4 Required time
The required time up to the destination is indicated.
5 Distance remaining
The distance to the destination for the route presently taken are displayed. (If deviating
from the road after route guidance has started, the distance to the destination in a straight
line is indicated.)
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■ Touch switches
The following operations are enabled using the touch switches appearing on the allroute display screen.
1
3 Routes
Different routes are displayed to enable a selection. (Refer to page 73)
Route
The route change screen is shown to enable the modification of the search conditions.
Also, indicating an additional transit route to the destination is possible.
(Refer to pages 75, 77 and 80.)
3
Guide
Navigation
guidance
2
Route guidance can be initiated.
(Refer to page 83) After route guidance is started, the display returns to the present
location screen.
4 When two or more destinations are set, you can switch the display of the required time /
remaining distance to each of the destinations by touching the remaining distance
display. (Refer to page 94)
If deviating from the road after route guidance has started, the distance to the destination
in a straight line is indicated.
• The search result route is a reference route to the vicinity of the destination. In
no way is it the shortest, fastest or least congested route.
• The required time is calculated from the average vehicle speed (Refer to page
88) and may have a slight deviation depending on the driving conditions.
• In the following situations, 3 routes cannot be displayed.
•When 2 or more destinations are set
•When a transit road is indicated
•After route guidance has started
• An all-route diagram can be displayed even after route guidance has started.
(Refer to page 93)
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Navigation guidance
2. Set a destination and search for a route
Display or bypass a restricted segment
Bypassing a restricted segment
Bypass using the all-route display screen
 Touch
 Touch
 Touch
Route in the all route display screen.
Route Preference .
Allow Season Restricted Road .
• If searching for a route that passes
through a restricted segment, an
indicator will light up.
 Touch
OK to start the route
search.
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Bypass using the present location screen
 Touch
 Touch
 Touch
Route if a map is displayed.
Allow Season Restricted Road .
• If searching for a route that passes
through a restricted segment, an
indicator will light up.
 Touch
Navigation
guidance
Route Preference .
OK to start the route
search.
How to display message on a restricted segment
The message appearing if a search result route has a restricted segment can be turned ON
(display) or OFF (not display).
 Touch Setup in the Menu screen.
 Touch either On or Off for
Notify Traffic Restriction.
• The pressed touch switch will become
brighter.
 Touch
OK .
Touch Default
in the Setup screen to return all items to their default settings.
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Navigation guidance
2. Set a destination and search for a route
Display route data (guided road information)
The divided route data to the destination by its entrances/exits of interchanges (IC), transit
roads, national roads or local streets can be displayed. The map at the departure or
destination area can also be displayed.
 Touch
Map View in the present
location screen.
 Touch
 Touch
Route Overview .
Turn List .
• Route data is divided at entrances/
exits of interchanges (IC), junctions
(JCT) and at the turning points of each
destination, transit and other roads.
• The road name and distance appear
for each piece of divided route data.
 Touch Map .
• Maps for the various set points are
displayed.
• If the present location is on the route, the
vehicle position mark will appear in
the route data screen.
• If the present location is not on the route (if having deviated from the route), data
will be displayed from the point the route is displayed.
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3-route simultaneous display
(3-route search function)
Set the destination and a recommended route will be searched for resulting in an all-route
display from the present location to the destination. Other than the recommended route
("Quick 1"), "Quick 2" and "Short" routes will also be displayed to enable a selection.
3 Routes on the all-route display screen to start the route guidance.
• 3 routes will be displayed in different colors along with the distance and required
time.
 Touch the route name.
Navigation
guidance
 Touch
• The selected route is displayed and
the all-route display screen is shown.
• Touching Info. displays the
information for the three routes.
• In the following situations, 3 routes will not appear simultaneously.
• When 2 or more destinations are set
• When transit points (transit roads) are indicated
• After route guidance has started
• Refer to the Section "Reinitiating a route search" on page 96, for the
characteristics of each of the 3 routes.
• The required time is calculated from the average vehicle speed (Refer to page
88) and may have a slight deviation depending on the driving conditions.
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Navigation guidance
3. Changing the search result route
After a route search is complete, the route can be changed by adding a destination or transit
road. The following are methods for changing the route.
• Touch Route on the all-route display screen or the present location screen (during route
guidance) to display the route modification screen.
The route modification method is set on the route modification screen.
● All-route display screen
Route
● Present location screen
Route
● Route modification screen
• Add a destination................................................................................................... Page 75
• Change the search conditions per segment ......................................................... Page 77
• Switch the order of destinations ............................................................................ Page 78
• Delete a destination ............................................................................................... Page 79
• Indicate a transit road............................................................................................ Page 80
• Cancel the transit road indication.......................................................................... Page 81
The operations described here cannot be performed if a destination is not set.
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Adding a destination
After having set a destination, up to five more destinations can be added.
In the following situations, set an additional destination.
• When setting a transit point between the present location and set destination
Using the same method as setting a destination, touch Add to to add a destination.
(Refer to "One-touch setting" (Page 64), "Set from a registered point" (Page 65) and
"Set using the map retrieval method" (Page 65).)
 Touch
 Touch
Navigation
guidance
• When changing the set destination into a transit point and setting a new destination
Route .
Add for Destination.
 Select the map retrieval method
and display the map on which a
destination is to be set.
• See pages 45 and 61, "How to
retrieve maps" and "Performing
operations on a displayed map".
• The destination can be set on a map with a scale of 1 mile or greater detail.
• Geographical points on maps representing set destinations are automatically
registered (up to 100 points) and can be used to retrieve a map when setting a
destination. When exceeding 100 points, the oldest entry is deleted every time a
new one is entered. Unnecessary points can be deleted. (Refer to the Section
"Deleting entries from the destination archive" on page 123.)
• When adding a destination with a transit road (see pages 80 and 81) indicated,
that transit road indication may be canceled depending on that geographical
point.
• When 2 or more destinations are set, Reorder appears.
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Navigation guidance
3. Changing the search result route
 Touch
Enter .
• A destination point in the form of the
symbol will appear in the
position.
• Up to a maximum of 5 destinations can
be set.
• When 5 destinations are already set,
delete a destination and proceed. (For
information concerning deletion of a
destination, refer to "Deleting a
destination" on page 79.)
 Touch
Add in the segment to be
set.
 When a transit road is indicated, a
cancellation screen may appear.
• Touch Yes to cancel the transit
road indication and initiate a route
search.
• Touch No to set the destination
without canceling the indication.
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• When adding more destinations, touch Add and the screen in step  on page 75
Navigation
guidance
• After having set the destination, the
following operations are enabled from
this screen:
Change the search conditions per
segment (Page 77)
Switch the order of destinations
(Page 78)
Delete a destination (Page 79)
Indicate a transit road (Page 80)
Cancel the transit road indication
(Page 81)
will appear. Repeat steps  to  .
Change the search conditions for each interval
The search conditions per segment can be changed and a search reinitiated.
 Touch Search Condition
in the
route modification screen.
 Touch the search conditions (for
each route) per individual segment.
 Touch
OK .
• The route search is started.
For search condition characteristics, refer to "Reinitiating a route search" on
page 96.
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Navigation guidance
3. Changing the search result route
Switching the destination order
The setting order of multiple destinations can be switched and a search reinitiated.
 Touch
 Touch
Route .
Reorder .
• When transit roads are indicated, a
confirmation screen allowing you to
cancel and reorder destinations is
displayed.
Touch
der.
Yes to cancel and reor-
Touch No to abort reordering
and return to the original screen.
 Touch the name of the destinations
in order starting with the next
destination.
• A new order will appear on the right of
the selected destination names.
• If having made a mistake, touch
Cancel to cancel the destination
name order selected.
 Touch
OK .
• When the new destination name order is determined, the route modification screen
will appear automatically after about 3 seconds without having to touch OK .
• Without touching all the destination names, touch only the destination you want to
change the order of and touch OK . That selection will move to the top of the
destination order.
If changing the destination order with a transit road indicated (Refer to page 80),
that transit road indication may be canceled.
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Deleting a destination
Multiple set destinations can be deleted. It is also possible to delete all the destinations at
the same time.
Route .
Delete for Destination.
• If only one destination is set, the
screen in  will appear.
Navigation
guidance
 Touch
 Touch
 Touch the destination name to be
canceled.
• Touch Delete All to delete all the
destinations.
 Touch
Yes .
• Touch No to return to the original
screen.
• When all destinations are deleted and
only one point is set, the present
location screen appears.
 Touch
OK .
• A route search is started and the allroute display screen appears.
When all destinations are deleted, route guidance cannot be restarted. Setting a
destination is necessary to activate route guidance.
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Navigation guidance
3. Changing the search result route
Indicating a transit road
 Touch
 Touch
Route .
Add for Preferred Road.
 The map will move to the position
of the indicated transit road.
 Touch
Enter .
 To indicate the road displayed,
touch OK .
 To specify another road, touch
Next .
• Transit roads are marked with
.
• If only one destination is set and there
are no interchanges or transit roads
indicated, the screen in  will appear.
• Delete will appear if there is a transit road already indicated.
• If a map with a reduction scale wider than 0.5 mile is displayed, switch to a 0.5
mile reduction scale.
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 If 2 or more destinations are set or if
Navigation
guidance
a transit road is indicated, touch
Add in the segment to be
indicated.
 The route search is started.
Canceling a transit road indication
 Touch
 Touch
Route .
Delete for Preferred
Road.
• If only one destination is set, the
screen in  will appear.
 Touch the road name to be
canceled.
• Indicated transit roads appear with a
mark.
• Touch Delete All to cancel all
transit roads.
Go to the next page
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3. Changing the search result route
 Touch
Yes .
• Touch No to return to the original
screen.
 Touch
OK .
• The route search is started.
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4. Starting, pausing and restarting route guidance
Starting route guidance
When the route search is complete, the all-route display screen appears. Touch Guide on
the all-route display screen to start the route guidance. Route guidance can be paused and
restarted.
 Touch
Guide on the all-route
• Route guidance is started.
• Press NAVI after the all-route appears, or
do not operate the device for at least 3
seconds after you start driving, and route
guidance will automatically begin.
Navigation
guidance
display screen.
Pausing and restarting route guidance
 Touch
Suspend Guidance in the
Menu screen.
• Destinations will not be deleted even if
pausing route guidance.
• To restart route guidance, touch
Resume Guidance on the Menu screen
again.
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5. Route guidance
When the route search is complete, guidance for the desired route can be started.
Drive towards your destination and the device will guide you along the route all the way to
that destination.
Intersection guidance
When approaching an intersection with a guidance point displayed on the present location
screen (if the present location is located on the route) while route guidance is in progress,
intersection guidance and voice guidance is performed. Also, when approaching a junction
intersection (within about a mile), an enlarged intersection display screen will automatically
appear.
A non-junction intersection
Distance to the next intersection where a turning
is to be made and the turning direction
A junction intersection (enlarged guidance screen for an intersection)
1 Intersection name display
Names of transit points or junction
intersections appear.
1
2 Remaining distance display
The distance up to the intersection
is indicated.
2
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guidance
• Enlarged intersection screens only appear if On is set for automatic enlarged
intersection screen display. (Refer to page 86)
• Lane displays and names will not appear for intersections about which there is
no data in the map disk.
• The intersection name indicated may differ from the actual intersection.
• In the following situations, intersection guidance is not performed:
• Immediately after route guidance is started
• In the vicinity of the destination
• Intersection guidance may be early or late.
• When approaching a junction intersection, an enlarged intersection display
screen will appear.
• When an enlarged intersection display screen is displayed, the intersection
name will be displayed for the junction intersection. There is no intersection
guidance prior to junction intersections.
• Immediately before a turn is to be made, a chime will sound. However, the
chime will not sound if the volume is set to Off .
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5. Route guidance
Set automatic display of the intersection guidance screen
Select either to have the intersection guidance screen turned ON (display) or OFF (not
display).
 Touch
 Touch
Setup in the Menu screen.
On or Off for Intersection
Guidance.
• The pressed touch switch will become
brighter.
 Touch
OK .
Canceling the intersection guidance screen
■Cancel using
 Touch
OFF
OFF .
• Press NAVI to redisplay the
intersection guidance screen.
■Cancel using
 Touch
.
Touch Default in the Setup screen to return all items to their default settings.
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 Touch
to display the normal
map.
Navigation
guidance
• Touch
again on the screen to
display the intersection guidance
screen.
Ferry crossing guidance
Ferry crossings are shown with a dotted line.
• Voice guidance occurs up to the ferry
terminal.
• After having finished the ferry crossing, start
driving and route guidance will resume in a
moment.
Setting the required time display
The required time can be indicated on the left
of the map appearing on the present location
screen (if the present location is on the set
route) while route guidance is in progress.
● Required time display
The required time include the ferry ride hours.
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5. Route guidance
Setting the average speed
The following times are calculated based on the set average vehicle speed.
• Required time on the present location screen (Page 14)
• All route display screen required time (Page 67)
• Required times for the segments list (simultaneous 3 route display) (Page 73)
 Touch
Setup in the Menu
screen.
 Touch
Set Speed for the
Estimated Travel Time.
 Set the speed for each road.
• Touch
to raise the speed, touch
to
lower it. (Each press raises or lowers 5
mph.)
 Touch
OK .
• The required time is calculated from the average vehicle speed and may have a
slight deviation depending on the driving conditions.
• When deviating from the set route, the
destination direction mark will appear.
• When reaching the maximum speed (75 mph freeway, 55 mph main streets, 25
mph residential), the
mph), the
touched.
switch inverts. When reaching the minimum speed (5
switch inverts. These switches cannot be operated even if
• Touch Default on the Change Speed screen to return to its default settings
(Freeway;55 mph / Main street; 35 mph / Residential; 25 mph).
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Highway junction guidance
1
Navigation
guidance
When driving on a highway with the present
location screen displayed (if the present
location is on the set route) while route
guidance is in progress and a junction point
approaches [interchange exits/entrances (IC),
junctions (JCT)], the highway junction
guidance screen will appear.
1 Junction point name display
The interchange exit/entrance name (IC)
or the junction (JCT) direction name is
displayed.
2 Remaining distance display
The distance up to the junction point is
displayed. The distance decreases as
you approach the junction point.
2
Canceling the highway junction guidance screen
 Touch
OFF .
• Press NAVI to redisplay the highway
junction guidance screen.
• No highway junction guidance display will occur for junction points that do not
have corresponding data in the map data. Also, the junction point name may
not be displayed even if the highway junction guidance screen is displayed.
• The junction point name displayed may differ from the actual junction name.
• In the following situations, highway junction guidance is not performed:
• Immediately after route guidance starts
• In the vicinity of the destination
• The highway junction guidance screen may be early or late.
• When approaching the next junction point, the highway junction guidance
screen will continue to be displayed.
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5. Route guidance
Switching the highway junction guidance screen
 Touch
.
 To display the regular screen touch
. To display the turn list, touch
.
• To redisplay the highway pattern screen,
touch
90
and
.
Voice guidance
If approaching an intersection, junction point, transit point, interchange (ramp) exit/entrance,
junction (JCT) or destination while route guidance is in progress, a voice will announce the
remaining distance to those points and up to 10 turning directions (straight, right, left, slight
right, slight left, sharp right, sharp left, make a legal u-turn, keep right, keep left). Voice
guidance is performed in PCM voice (human voice).
 Press
Navigation
guidance
NAVI to activate voice
guidance as per the distance up to
the junction intersection.
[Example of voice guidance while route
guidance is in progress]
• Intersection voice guidance
(just guidance)
While route guidance is in progress, a
chime will sound prior to a junction point.
In six tenths of a mile,
right turn.
◆ Example of voice guidance:
In
miles (km),
turn
• Highway junction voice guidance
While driving on a highway, junctions are shown as an enlarged display and the direction is
announced vocally.
◆ Example of voice guidance:
In
miles (km), the exit
[Example of voice guidance in the vicinity of the destination while route guidance is in
progress]
◆ Example of voice guidance:
You have arrived at your destination.
Your route guidance is now finished.
• Use the voice guidance only as a reference.
• After a voice guidance such as "Left turn in about 0.6 miles", drive for a moment
and press NAVI to change the announcement as per the approaching
distance (ex.: Left turn in about 0.5 miles, etc.)
• The intersection voice guidance is activated by turning On the Auto Voice
Guidance. (Refer to page 92)
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5. Route guidance
Setting the auto voice guidance
The auto voice guidance can be turned ON (announced) or OFF (not announced).
 Touch
 Touch
Setup in the Menu screen.
On or Off for Auto Voice
Guidance.
• The pressed touch switch will become
brighter.
 Touch
OK .
• The voice guidance examples mentioned above are the most common to be
announced and may differ depending on the way the roads along your route are
connected.
• If your vehicle position is not precisely specified, voice guidance may not occur
or, in some cases, may be delayed or announce an erroneous instruction.
• The voice guidance volume may be adjusted (Refer to page 25). However,
selecting Off will disable voice guidance.
• Touch Default in the Setup screen to return all items to their default settings.
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6. Performing operations on the guided route
Guidance in another mode
The route guidance continues (no vocal guidance output) even if switching to another mode
(showing a screen other than the navigation screen). The voice guidance can be made to
output even if switching to another mode.
 Touch
 Touch
Setup in the Menu screen.
On or Off for Voice
Guidance in All Modes.
Navigation
guidance
Setting the guidance when in another mode
• The pressed touch switch will become
brighter.
 Touch
OK .
Redisplaying the all-route display
The all-route display from the departure point to the destination can be shown.
 Touch
 Touch
Map View if a map is displayed.
Route Overview .
• The all-route display screen appears.
• For details pertaining to the all-route
display screen, refer to "All-route
display and touch switches" on page
68.
• Touch Back to display the present
location screen.
Touch Default in the Setup screen to return all items to their default settings.
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6. Performing operations on the guided route
Switching the required time/distance remaining
display
If 2 or more destinations are set on the present location screen (if the present location is
along the set route) while route guidance is in progress, the required time/ distance
remaining can be switched.
 Touch the required time/distance
remaining.
• If 2 or more destinations are set, the
required time/distance remaining for
each destination appears.
• Switching is impossible if having
deviated from the set route.
Required time/distance remaining
 Touch the distance remaining
display up to the destination
desired.
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On-route scroll
The map can be moved automatically along the set route to the destination or to the
departure point on the screen showing the guided route.
 Touch Route Preview on the display modification screen.
 Touch the scroll touch switches
(
,
,
,
).
Navigation
guidance
Start on-route scroll
On-route scroll screen operations
• Touch
to pause map scrolling.
• Press NAVI to stop the on-route scroll.
• Touch
quickly.
or
to move the map
• If there is no route displayed on the map, on-route scroll is impossible.
• Using on-route scrolling during a double screen display will cause a reversion to
single screen display. Press NAVI to return to double screen display.
• If scrolling up to the next destination:
• Use the
switch to move the map up to the next destination.
• Use the
destination).
switch to move the map back to the departure point (previous
• Use the
switch to display the next destination map.
• Use the
switch to display the departure point map (previous
destination).
• The on-route scroll may stop depending on the map displayed.
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7. Reinitiating a route search
Reinitiating a route search
While route guidance is in progress, additional destinations can be set, search conditions
can be changed and a route search can be reinitiated.
To change the route, use either the "Change method using Route " or the "Change method
using DEST ".
A route search can be reinitiated from the following screens.
• See the next page for information concerning the touch switches appearing on each
screen.
Present location screen
DEST
1
Map View
2
Route Overview
3
Route
4
Search Condition
5
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Route
Touch switch
Function
Page
Retrieves the destination map Sets/
adds a destination
45
Route Overview
Shows the all-route display
67
Route
Displays the search condition setting
screen
74
Adds, switches the order or deletes
destinations
75
78
79
Indicates, corrects or deletes transit
roads
80
81
Displays the route modification screen
77
Detour from the existing route ahead.
-
1
Map retrieval method
2
3
Destination, Transit
destination Add ,
Delete , Reorder
Transit point (transit road
indication) Add , Delete
Navigation
guidance
Screen
No.
4
Search Condition
Detour
Route Preference
5
Search conditions
Permits you to specify whether
freeways, toll roads and other road
categories are used or not.
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Sets the search conditions for each
segment
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Search
conditions
Function
Quick 1
A common route from the present location to the next destination* is searched for.
Quick 2
A route prioritizing toll roads from the present location to the next destination* is
searched for.
Short
A route with the shortest distance from the present location to the next
destination* is searched for.
* When a transit road is indicated between the present location and the next destination, a
route is searched for between the present location and the indicated transit road.
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7. Reinitiating a route search
Reinitiating a route search
 Touch
Route on the present location screen while route guidance is in
progress.
 Touch Route Preference .
 Touch the item for which a search
is to be reinitiated.
• A route search is reinitiated.
• Because of the shape of the road, a route search may not be reinitiated and the
same route may result from the reinitialized search due to a change in the search
conditions.
• If having deviated far from the set route, a route to return you to the original route
is not searched for. Rather, a new route search for the set destination
(interchange, transit road) is initiated.
• If driving under an elevated road or along parallel local roads and a route search
is initiated, the search result route may take you along elevated toll roads and
parallel toll roads.
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Automatic reroute search
If having deviated from the road, a route search may be initiated automatically (vicinity
search or all-route search).
The search result route may differ as per the conditions under which the set route was
deviated.
• All-route search: a route search is initiated under selected conditions between the present
location to the destination*
* When a transit road is indicated between the present location and the next destination, a
route is searched for between the present location and the indicated transit road.
Navigation
guidance
• Vicinity search: a route search returning you to the original route is initiated
Setting the automatic reroute search
The automatic reroute search function can be turned ON (enable) or OFF (disable).
 Touch
Setup in the Menu
screen.
 Touch
On or Off for Auto
Reroute.
• The pressed touch switch will become
brighter.
 Touch
OK .
• If having deviated from the set route while route guidance is in progress, the
automatic reroute search is activated when the device determines that you are
driving on a guidable road.
• Touch Default in the Setup screen to return all items to their default settings.
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Point registration
1. What is point registration
Up to 106 geographical points - categorized as "home," memory points or special memory
points - can be stored on a map by registering them as memory points. There can be one
"home" and up to five special memory points. Registering detour memory points (maximum
of ten) also ensures that detours will be made through these points when route searches are
performed.
Memory points can be registered by selecting from 46 types of symbol and 4 types of symbol
with sound. It is possible to set a name, a name reading, and a telephone number for all
these types of symbol. (This does not apply to detour memory points.)
Registering memory points and special memory points enables you to retrieve them on a
map or when conducting a route search. Use these points effectively.
If you make a mistake in registration, correct it or delete the registration.
(If 106 memory points or 10 detour memory points have already been registered, delete
unnecessary points and reattempt the registration.)
Memory Points
The memory points (including your home and special memory points) can
be displayed and reordered according to registered type, symbol, or order
of registration, and the points can be selected from a list during point
searches and so on.
Memory point
with voice alarm
The following functions can be given to memory points with voice.
1 Setting to announce the approach to a point with sound
Bell, Chime, Music Box
2 Setting to announce the approach to a memory point from a
specified direction
Bell (With direction)
Home
Only one registration can be made for your home, and you can search for a
route returning you home in a one-touch operation. Registering this point
first is recommended.
Special memory
points
Up to 5 special memory points can be registered and allocated to touch
switches to facilitate a search for geographical points. Also, when setting
a destination, a route search can be initiated in a one-touch operation.
Areas to avoid
Up to 10 detour memory points can be registered with a name and detour
range settable for each point. You can also set names for detour
memory points.
The symbol allocated to a detour memory point cannot be changed.
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Point registration
2. Registering, correcting or deleting a memory point
Registering, correcting or deleting your home
One point on the map can be registered as your home.
Register your home to enable a route search to your home from the destination setting screen
with one operation. (Refer to page 45)
Registering your home
 Touch
 Touch
My Places in the Menu screen.
Register for Memory
Point
registration
Points.
 Select the map retrieval method
and the map on which your home
is to be registered will appear.
• See pages 45 and 61, "How to
retrieve maps" and "Performing
operations on a retrieved map".
 Touch Enter .
• Touch
to move the map.
• Registration enabled on a detailed map with a reduction scale less than 1 mile.
• Edit and Delete can be operated only if a memory point is already
registered.
Go to the next page
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Point registration
2. Registering, correcting or deleting a memory point
 Touch
 Touch
Attribute .
Not Registered .
Touch switch for
registering your
home
 Touch Icon .
 Touch the symbol to be registered
on the map.
• Touch Page 2 and With Sound
to select a different symbol. (Refer to
page 106)
If your home is already registered, touch it to display the home cancellation
screen.
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Correcting your home
 Touch
My Places in the Menu screen.
Edit for Memory Points.
.
Point
registration
 Touch
 Touch
 Touch the touch switch for the item
to be corrected or entered.
• Touch Del. to cancel your home.
• This correction and entry method is the
same as for memory points.
• Symbol (Page 110)
• Name entry (Page 112)
• Name display on a map (Page 113)
• Position (Page 109)
• Telephone number (Page 111)
 Touch
OK .
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2. Registering, correcting or deleting a memory point
Deleting your home
 Touch
 Touch
 Touch
 Touch
My Places in the Menu screen.
Delete for Memory Points.
.
Yes .
• Touch No to return to the original
screen.
Maps with a scale of 1 mile or greater detail can be registered.
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Registering memory points
Up to 106 memory points (landmarks) can be registered on a map (including 1 home and 5
special memory points). (If registering more than 106 points, first delete unnecessary
memory points and proceed.)
Registering memory points enables the following:
• Symbol and name displays on the map
• An alarm that announces when approaching a point
One-touch registration
Memory points can be registered on a map presently displayed.
 Touch the position on the map where the memory point is to be registered.
Point
registration
• Maps corresponding to memory points can be retrieved when setting a destination (Refer
to page 56)
• It is not necessary to scroll the map when registering the present location.
 Touch Mark .
• The memory point will be displayed
with a symbol (
position.
) on the
or
• Maps with a scale of 1 mile or greater detail can be registered.
• Depending on the location, the address displayed for the memory point may
include a name of a neighboring area.
• A registered memory point may display a neighboring name or address.
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Point registration
2. Registering, correcting or deleting a memory point
Registering a far away point
 Touch
 Touch
My Places in the Menu screen.
Register for Memory
Points.
 Select a map retrieval method to
display the map on which the
memory point is to be registered.
• See pages 45 and 61, "How to
retrieve maps" and "Performing
operations on a retrieved map".
 Touch
• Touch
Enter .
to move the map.
• When a memory point is not registered, Edit and Delete are toned down
and will be inoperable even if touched.
• Depending on the location of the registered point and the map retrieval method,
the name and telephone number may be entered simultaneously.
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• Touch Icon to display the selected symbol
in the
position.
• Touch Page 1 , Page 2 or
Point
registration
With Sound for the memory point
Icon to change the type of symbol.
● Page 1
• Touch No Icon to not display the
registered memory point symbol on the
map.
● Page 2
• Selecting a symbol with sound will enable
an alarm to sound when about 0.3 miles
from the memory point.
● With Sound
Go to the next page
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Point registration
2. Registering, correcting or deleting a memory point
 Touch
Bell (with direction) .
• Set the direction.
• To move the direction
counterclockwise, touch
.
To move
it clockwise, touch .
• The memory point will be displayed
with
 Touch
.
Enter .
[With sound]
[With direction]
Present location
Memory point
Chime
About
0.3miles
West
East
Chime
Present location About 0.3miles
Memory point
An alarm will not sound when approaching
this direction.
[When setting with direction]
• Touch Bell (with direction) to enable an alarm to sound only when approaching a
memory point within about 0.3 miles from the set direction.
For example, when driving on a road running East-West, you can set an alarm to sound
when approaching a memory point from the west and not sound when approaching it from
the east.
• When selecting a symbol With Sound , an alarm is enabled.
• Touch
to hear each of the sounds.
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Correcting the position of a memory point
 Touch My Places in the Menu screen.
 Touch Edit for Memory Points.
 Touch the memory point to be
 Touch
Point
registration
corrected.
Location .
• A map will appear.
 Touch
.
• Move the map to the position on which
the memory point is to be corrected.
 Touch
Enter .
• The symbol displayed in  appears
in the
position.
• Correct the position and the name of
the position displayed in  is also corrected.
 Touch
OK .
Maps with a scale of 1 mile or greater detail can be registered.
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Point registration
2. Registering, correcting or deleting a memory point
Changing the symbol of the memory point
 Touch My Places in the Menu screen.
 Touch Edit for Memory Points.
 Touch the memory point whose
symbol you want to change.
 Touch Icon .
 Touch the symbol to be changed.
• Touch Page 2 and With Sound
to select a different symbol.
(Refer to page 106)
 Touch
OK .
The items in memory point list can be sorted by the Date, Icons, Names or
Attributes.
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Enter a telephone number for a memory point
 Touch My Places in the Menu screen.
 Touch Edit for Memory Points.
 Touch the memory point whose
 Touch
Point
registration
telephone number you want to
enter.
Phone # .
 Enter the number by touching the
switches on the screen one
number at a time.
• If having made a mistake (or if the
phone number is already entered),
touch
time.
 Touch
to delete one number at a
OK .
• Up to 20 digits can be entered.
• Depending on the registered point, there may be a telephone number already
entered for it.
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Point registration
2. Registering, correcting or deleting a memory point
Entering the name of a memory point
 Touch My Places in the Menu screen.
 Touch Edit for Memory Points.
 Touch the memory point for which
you want to enter a name.
 Touch
Name .
 Enter one character at a time by
touching the switches on the
screen.
• If having made a mistake (or if the
name is already entered), touch
delete one character at a time.
 Touch
to
OK .
Depending on the registered point, there may be a name already entered for it.
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Displaying the name of a memory point
 Touch My Places in the Menu screen.
 Touch Edit for Memory Points.
 Touch the memory point whose
Point
registration
The name of the memory point entered can be
displayed.
name you want to display.
 Touch
On or Off for Show
Name.
• The pressed touch switch will become
brighter.
 Touch
OK .
Maps with a scale of 1 mile or greater detail can be displayed.
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Point registration
2. Registering, correcting or deleting a memory point
Deleting a memory point
 Touch My Places in the Menu screen.
 Touch Delete for Memory Points.
 Touch the memory point to be
deleted.
• To delete all the memory points, touch
Delete All .
 Touch
Yes .
• Touch No to return to the original
screen.
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Point registration
3. Registering, correcting or deleting a special memory point
Up to 5 special memory points can be registered on one map.
A special memory point is different from other memory points in that, when registered, they
can be retrieved with one-touch from the screen appearing when retrieving a map. Also,
when setting a destination, a route search can be initiated with one-touch from the destination
setting screen. (Refer to page 65)
Registering a special memory point
 Touch
 Touch
My Places in the Menu screen.
Register for Memory
Point
registration
Points.
 Select a map retrieval method and
the map corresponding to the
special memory point to be
registered appears.
• See pages 45 and 61, "How to
retrieve maps" and "Performing
operations on a retrieved map".
 Touch
Enter .
• If
is displayed, touch it to move the
map.
• The special memory point will appear
on the
position.
Go to the next page
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Point registration
3. Registering, correcting or deleting a special memory point
 Touch
Attribute .
 Touch
Not Registered for the
special memory point (1 to 5).
 Touch
OK .
Touch switches for
special memory point
(1 to 5)
• Maps with a scale of 1 mile or greater detail can be registered.
• Depending on the location, the address displayed for the special memory point
may include a name of a neighboring area.
• A neighboring name or address will be displayed for the registered special
memory point.
• Depending on the location of the registered point and the map retrieval method,
the name and telephone number may be entered simultaneously.
• Edit and Delete will appear only when a memory point is already
registered.
• Select an already registered telephone number and touch it to display a deletion
screen for the special memory point corresponding to that selected telephone
number.
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Correcting a special memory point
 Touch My Places in the Menu screen.
 Touch Edit for Memory Points.
 Touch the special memory point to
Point
registration
be corrected/entered.
 Touch the touch switch for the item
to be corrected or entered.
• This correction and entry method is the
same as for memory points.
• Symbol (Page 110)
• Name entry (Page 112)
• Name display on a map (Page 113)
• Position (Page 109)
• Telephone number (Page 111)
 Touch
OK .
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Point registration
3. Registering, correcting or deleting a special memory point
Deleting a special memory point
 Touch My Places in the Menu screen.
 Touch Delete for Memory Points.
 Touch the special memory point to
be deleted.
• To delete all the memory points, touch
Delete All .
 Touch
Yes .
• Touch No to return to the original
screen.
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Point registration
4. Registering, correcting or deleting detour memory points
Registering detour memory points
Up to 10 detour memory points can be registered. (If registering more than 10 points, first
delete unnecessary detour memory points and proceed.)
By registering detour memory points, you can search for a route that takes you through the
registered area when conducting a route search.
This function is convenient when knowing what roads are blocked due to construction or
accidents or congested.
My Places in the Menu screen.
Register for Areas to
Point
registration
 Touch
 Touch
Avoid.
 Select the map retrieval method to
display the map on which a detour
memory point is to be registered.
• See pages 45 and 61, "How to
retrieve maps" and "Performing
operations on a retrieved map".
 Touch
• Touch
Enter .
to move the map.
• Edit and Delete will appear only when a detour memory point is already
registered.
• The route may take you through a detour depending on the position of the set
destination or the present location.
Go to the next page
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Point registration
4. Registering, correcting or deleting detour memory points
 Touch
▲ or ▼ to set the area to
be detoured.
• To widen the area, touch ▲ , to
narrow the area, touch ▼ .
• When reaching the maximum or
minimum permissible area, the ▲ or
▼ switches invert and are
inoperable even if touched.
 Touch
OK .
• The detour memory point will appear on the
point) or a
 Touch
position with a
mark (smallest
mark (area).
OK .
• The following 10 values represent settable sizes for detour areas:
Point, 150 ft, 300 ft, 700 ft, 1/4 mi, 1/2 mi, 1 mi, 2 mi, 4 mi, 8 mi
• A neighboring name or address will be displayed for the registered detour
memory point.
• The address appearing for the detour memory point may differ depending on
the location or the registration method.
• Depending on the location of the registered point and the map retrieval method,
the name may be entered simultaneously.
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Correcting a detour memory point
 Touch My Places in the Menu screen.
 Touch Edit for Areas to Avoid.
 Touch the Area to Avoid to correct/
 Touch the touch switch for the item
Point
registration
enter.
to be corrected or entered.
• The correction/entry method is the
same as for memory points.
• Name entry (Page 112)
• Position (Page 109)
• Touch Area Size to change the
detour area. (Page 119)
 Touch
OK .
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Point registration
4. Registering, correcting or deleting detour memory points
Deleting a detour memory point
 Touch My Places in the Menu screen.
 Touch Delete for Areas to Avoid.
 Touch the Area to Avoid to be
deleted.
• To delete all detour memory points,
touch Delete All .
 Touch
Yes .
• Touch No to return to the original
screen.
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Point registration
5. Destination archive
Deleting entries from the destination archive
Points on a map set as destinations are automatically recorded and can serve to retrieve a
map when setting a destination (maximum 100 destinations). When exceeding 100
destinations, the oldest entry is deleted every time a new one is entered. Unnecessary
destinations can be deleted.
 Touch
 Touch
Setup in the Menu screen.
Delete for Delete
Point
registration
Previous Point.
 Touch the point name to be
deleted.
• To delete all destination archive items,
touch Delete All .
 Touch
Yes .
• Touch No to return to the original
screen.
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Information function
1. Information screen
The information function contains "SETTING", "ESN" and "SYSTEM CHECK". The "CAMERA
SCREEN" and "SIRIUS ID" function can be operated by installing the optional items.
Information screen
 Press INFO to display the INFORMATION screen.
 Touch the touch switch.
• Select an item.
• The following functions are possible
from the information screen.
Display order/item (touch switch)
Function
Page
1
CAMERA SCREEN
Display of Rear View Camera
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2
SETTING
Settings for the background,
beep, etc.
OPERATION GUIDE/
Audio
3
ESN
4
SYSTEM CHECK
Setting for Rear View Camera
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Settings for the ESN
(ECLIPSE Security Network)
OWNER'S MANUAL/
Reference Guide
Display of system status
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5
RSE
Setting the DUAL PLAY
OPERATION GUIDE/
Audio
6
SIRIUS ID
Display of the SIRIUS ID
OPERATION GUIDE/
Audio
CAMERA SCREEN button is available when backeye camera (BEC105) is conneted.
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SYSTEM CHECK screen
 Touch
SYSTEM CHECK on the
INFORMATION screen.
• The SYSTEM CHECK screen is
displayed.
Function
Displays the current vehicle speed.
PULSE STUDY
Studies the vehicle speed during events such as tire changes.
Studying: Pulse study in progress
Complete: Pulse study completed
GPS
Displays the GPS reception status.
PARKING BRAKE
Displays the parking brake status.
ON: Parking brake applied
OFF: Parking brake not applied
REVERSE
Displays the reverse gear selection status.
ON: Reverse gear selected
OFF: Reverse gear not selected
Information
function
Item (touch switch)
SPEED PULSE
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Optional function
1. Rear View Camera operations
When the optional Rear View Camera is installed, the rear view image can be displayed on
the monitor screen.
• Do not rely too heavily on the Rear View Camera.
• Please use the Rear View Camera as a back up means to check for obstructions
behind the vehicle.
• Raindrops or other natural phenomena may blur the camera's image.
• Do not backup your vehicle looking only at the monitor. Use the rear view mirror
and both side mirrors to check for any obstruction behind or around your
vehicle.
• Do not use the Rear View Camera in the following situations:
• On frozen, slippery or snowbound roads
• With the trunk opened
• When using tire chains or a spare tire
• On a slope or any uneven road
• When the external air temperature is low, the image may darken or become faint.
Images of moving objects in particular may be distorted, or they may not be
visible on the screen, so the driver must confirm safety around the vehicle
directly by eye.
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Optional
function
• The actual position and distance of people or objects may vary depending on
the features of the camera lens.
• Do not expose the camera to strong shocks such as hitting it or knocking it onto
other objects. The Rear View Camera may not function properly if the position of
the camera or its mounting angle is incorrect.
• The camera is waterproof. Do not uninstall, dismantle or reconfigure the unit.
Otherwise, the Rear View Camera may not function properly.
• If strongly rubbing the camera cover or using a hard brush or abrasive to clean
it, the camera may get scratched adversely affecting the image quality.
• The camera cover is made of plastic. Do not apply an organic solvent, body
wax, oil remover, glass coating, etc. If having applied any of the above, wipe it
off immediately.
• Pouring hot water on the Rear View Camera to deice it in cold weather can lead
to a drastic change in temperature that may render normal operation impossible.
• The Rear View Camera may not operate normally if the camera is damaged as a
result of having hit the unit. Immediately bring it to the store of purchase for an
inspection.
• Do not leave it in direct sunlight for long periods of time. Otherwise, a printed
image phenomenon may result.
• The figure is merely an example. The range appearing on the monitor screen
varies depending on the vehicle model.
• The instant the vehicle is put in reverse, part of the monitor will appear white then
gradually stabilize.
• A white vertical band will appear when struck by light from the sun, headlights or
any other strong light beam source (Smear effect).
• After having used the unit for a long time, white scratches and vertical lines may
appear due to a rise in temperature depending on the features of the CCD.
• The 50 Hz power source range fluorescent light may cause flickering in the
screen. This is not a malfunction.
• Because the Rear View Camera uses a special lens, the image and distance
appearing on the screen differs from the actual image and distance.
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Optional function
1. Rear View Camera operations
Rear View Camera image
Displaying the rear view image manually (MANUAL)
 Touch
CAMERA SCREEN
on the INFORMATION screen.
• The rear image appears on the monitor screen.
• Touch any of the following switches to return to the normal screen:
NAVI , DEST , (NAVI)MENU , INFO .
CAMERA SCREEN button is available when backeye camera (BEC105) is conneted.
Displaying the rear view image in reverse gear (AUTO)
To display the rear view image in reverse gear, set "AUTO" for the "CAMERA SCREEN" setting
in advance. (Refer to page 130)
 Select reverse gear.
• The rear image appears on the monitor screen.
• On shifting to any gear other than reverse, the normal screen is redisplayed.
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*Smear effect: A phenomenon where a
vertical line appears from a
high-luminance point striking
the camera (such as the
reflection of the sun's rays on
the chassis).
Optional
function
• The range of the image may vary depending on the vehicle and the road
conditions.
• There is a limit to the range of the camera. Objects near the ends of the bumper
and under the bumper cannot appear.
• The rear image color may vary from the actual objects.
• The image brightness and contrast can be adjusted. (Refer to "Adjusting/
setting the screen" in the OPERATION GUIDE/ Audio.)
• Depending on the vehicle, the back guideline may appear misaligned on the left
and right. This is not a malfunction.
• In the following situations, the screen may be difficult to view but does not
constitute a malfunction.
• In a dark area (such as at night)
• The temperature near the camera is high or low
• Raindrops are on the camera lens or the humidity is high (when raining)
• A foreign object is near the camera (such as mud)
• When the sun or a beam from headlights strikes the camera lens directly
• When a high-luminance point strikes the camera (such as the reflection of the
sun's rays on the chassis), a Smear effect* typical of CCD cameras may
occur.
[Screen condition]
High-luminance point
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Optional function
1. Rear View Camera operations
Rear View Camera settings
You can select whether or not the rear view image is automatically displayed on the monitor
on selecting reverse gear.
 Touch
SETTING on the
INFORMATION screen.
 Touch
AUTO or MANUAL for
CAMERA SETTING.
•
AUTO :
•
MANUAL : The rear view image can be
The rear view image is
displayed in reverse gear.
displayed by touching
CAMERA SCREEN on
the INFORMATION screen.
Even when "AUTO" is set, the rear view image can be displayed by touching
CAMERA SCREEN on the INFORMATION screen.
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131
Optional
function
Helpful tips
1. Correction of the present location and distance
A correction is necessary in the following situations:
• When changing a tire: perform an automatic correction (Distance correction)
Also, a correction can also be made in the following situations.
• When the vehicle position mark
appears in a location different from the actual present
location (the vehicle position mark
is misaligned), the vehicle position mark
position and direction can be corrected. (Present location correction)
• When the progression of the vehicle position mark
on the map and the actual
progression of the vehicle while driving: the vehicle position mark
corrected. (Distance correction)
progression can be
However, even if the vehicle position mark
on the map is misaligned, continue driving
for a moment and the present location will be automatically corrected using map matching
and GPS data. (Depending on the case, this may take several minutes.)
In the event the device does not use GPS data and the present location is not automatically
corrected, park the vehicle in a safe area and perform present location correction.
Present location correction
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 Touch
 Touch
Adjust for Calibration.
 Touch
Position/Direction .
Setup in the Menu screen.
 Touch
.
• Move to the actual position of the
present location on the map.
 Touch
Enter .
 Set the direction.
• To move the direction
counterclockwise, touch
it clockwise, touch
Enter .
Helpful tips
 Touch
. To move
.
Maps with a scale of 1 mile or greater detail can be corrected.
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Helpful tips
1. Correction of the present location and distance
Correcting the distance
 Touch
 Touch
Adjust for Calibration.
 Touch
Tire Change .
Setup in the Menu screen.
• Automatic correction is performed.
• The touch switch turns brighter during
automatic correction.
• Using GPS data, the correction will
automatically be completed after
driving a moment and the touch switch
will turn back to blue.
• The device performs automatic distance correction (automatic correction) using
GPS and vehicle speed signals. This may be delayed in the event of a sharp
deviation that overwhelms the automatic correction function (changing a tire,
being towed by another vehicle, etc.)
In such a case, drive about 6 miles along a road indicated by favorable GPS
signal reception conditions.
• If correction is impossible, have the device inspected at the store of purchase.
• During automatic correction, the vehicle position may be misaligned.
• Even if the automatic correction is complete, because the distance correction
has a learning function, there may be variations in the progression of the vehicle
position mark
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depending on the driving conditions.
Helpful tips
2. Map DVD-ROM data
The information on the map DVD-ROM can be viewed.
The figure below is merely an example. The displays may vary depending on the type of
map DVD-ROM and when it was made.
Map DVD-ROM data display
 Touch
Map DVD in the Menu
Helpful tips
screen.
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Helpful tips
3. Accuracy and error
Positioning accuracy
The GPS is a very accurate satellite controlled by the U.S. Department of Defense. Errors
may result due to the occurrence of a multipath caused by reflections off buildings or other
structures.
GPS signal quality and reception conditions
Any obstruction coming between the satellite and the GPS antenna will disrupt signal
reception from the satellite.
Also, 3 or more signals must be received simultaneously to enable positioning. When driving
along locations such as those shown below, GPS positioning is not possible.
In addition, obstructions placed on or near the GPS antenna (such as a load) will disrupt
signals from the satellite.
• Because the GPS satellite orbits the earth, signal reception conditions may vary
depending on the position of the satellite even if driving in the same area. Signals from a
satellite orbiting near the horizon are more likely to be obstructed.
• The GPS satellite is controlled by the U.S. Department of Defense and can be
deliberately made to lose positioning accuracy.
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Underground, in a tunnel or
in an indoor parking structure
Surrounded by obstructions
such as tall buildings
Densely wooded areas
Under an elevated road
In a building
On a cliff side road or
at a cavern opening
Helpful tips
Under the following conditions, make sure to install the GPS antenna in the
position indicated in the instruction manual for your vehicle model.
• If the noise emitted from another electrical device diminishes signal reception.
• If this device may represent an obstruction to the proper operation of airbags.
• If the satellite signal received from the side or rear of the vehicle is diminished
because of a windshield pillar or roof panel.
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Helpful tips
3. Accuracy and error
Present location display error
In order to find the exact position of the present location, this device uses compiled data from
the GPS satellite, vehicle speed sensor and vibration gyro sensor. Because each of these
contains a margin of error, the present location indicated may not coincide with your actual
positioning.
If the indication is different from the actual positioning, the present location displayed can
be corrected. Park the vehicle in a safe place first before proceeding.
Error due to having changed a tire
The device calculates the distance traveled by the vehicle using a speed sensor (in
proportion to the tire rotation). The following situations would result in a significant error that
may render proper present location positioning impossible.
• When using a sub-standard tire
• When driving on a snow covered, gravel road or any slippery road
• When the tire air pressure is incorrect
• When using new tires (the distance correction coefficient setting can be changed and
adjusted)
Correcting the map matching vehicle position
sensor
Map matching is a system that compares present location positioning data from the GPS and
other sources with information concerning all the roads driven on until now in order to correct
the present location onto the most appropriate road.
This device corrects the present location data compiled from a combination of independent
navigation and satellite navigation and matches it with the shape of the road.
However, there may be instances when the present location error cannot be avoided and the
position indicated on the map does not coincide with your actual positioning even after a
correction using map matching.
Also, driving along a road whose actual shape differs from the map data may result in a
vehicle position mark misalignment.
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Actual path taken
Path taken as per sensor data
Screen display, correction by map matching
Present location display, route guidance accuracy
The present location appears on a
road running parallel to the road
taken.
When turning on a road forking
into two roads making a "Y" shape,
the present location appears on
the other road.
When making a turn, the present
location appears on the road just
before or after the road turned on.
The present location appears
misaligned when driving on steep
roads.
The present location appears
misaligned when driving on a
continuous curve in the same
direction.
The present location appears
misaligned when meandering
such as changing lanes.
Go to the next page
Helpful tips
The following situations are not malfunctions but merely some examples where inaccurate
present location positioning and/or route guidance occurs depending on the road and
driving conditions.
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Helpful tips
3. Accuracy and error
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The present location appears
misaligned when the vehicle is
rotated on a parking structure
turntable with the ACC turned
OFF.
The present location appears
misaligned when driving on a
snowbound or slippery road or
when using tire chains.
When the vehicle is moved by
ferry or a means other than being
driven, the GPS positioning will
indicate a present location on the
spot where the vehicle was prior
to being moved.
When route guidance indicates a
road that is actually blocked off
(regular traffic prohibited).
The present location appears
misaligned when turning back.
When having changed a tire(s),
the vehicle position mark may be
misaligned.
Road and geographic name data
The roads and geographic names are subject to change after the compilation of the map
database and may differ from the actual roads and names.
Route guidance
When having turned on an
intersection that is not part of the
route guidance, there may be an
error in the voice guidance
instructions.
When searching for a route, the
route provided may include a
detour.
The route guidance may instruct a
U-turn.
Transit point
When driving on a straight road,
the route guidance may instruct
you to go straight (in cases where
the shape of intersections is
difficult to determine).
No route guidance may occur
even if turning at an intersection.
When driving towards the
destination without passing
through a transit point, the device
may reinitiate a route search and
provide a new route that takes you
towards that transit point.
Go to the next page
Helpful tips
Search
reinitiated
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Helpful tips
3. Accuracy and error
G1
G2
When searching for a route, the
route display may not appear in
time for the next turn.
Route search
In case of multiple destinations,
when having bypassed the next
destination, a route search is
reinitiated to provide a route
returning to it.
While providing guidance on
where you are headed, several
geographical names may be
indicated.
Search
G1
G2
Drive following the actual traffic
regulations.
• The time it takes the device to reinitiate a route search while driving on a highway may be
lengthy.
• When correcting the present location mark manually and then driving under conditions
where the positioning is not corrected, the position will not be properly indicated.
• The route may not change even if reinitiating a search.
• If having set a present location, destination or transit point on a remote island or in an area
where there are no guidable roads, the device may not search for a route.
• The device may not search for a route if the present location and the destination are in
close proximity.
• The route guidance will not necessarily recommend toll roads even if having selected to
prioritize toll roads in the search conditions.
Similarly, even if having selected not to prioritize toll roads, a route using toll roads may be
displayed.
(The "Prioritize/Do not prioritize toll roads" setting enables the prioritization of either toll
roads or local roads when a selection of one is made possible.)
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143
Helpful tips
For reference
1. Information you should know
If one of these messages appears
If any of the following messages are displayed, check the equipment while referring to the
Cause and Remedy columns.
Messages related to general navigation
Messages
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Cause
Corrective action
Check GPS antenna
The GPS antenna is not connected
properly.
Connect the GPS antenna
properly.
Check speed pulse
The device is not properly
connected to the vehicle speed
sensor.
Connect the vehicle speed sensor
properly.
No DVD. Please insert map DVD.
The map disk is not inserted.
Insert the map disk.
Unable to read data. Check if map
DVD is correct.
A disk other than the map disk is
inserted.
Remove the inserted disk and
insert the correct map disk.
Unable to read DVD correctly.
Check if the DVD is damaged or
dirty.
The data cannot be read due to
scratches and/or dirt on the map
disk.
Check whether there are any
scratches and/or dirt on the map
disk and contact the store of
purchase.
DVD check in process.
The device is now reading the map
disk data.
Wait until a map is displayed on
the screen.
Unable to read data. Temperature
is too high.
The DVD player temperature is
high.
Wait until the temperature has
fallen.
Too many characters were input.
Character entry count for memory
point names beyond capacity.
Decrease the character entry
count and reenter.
No previous points registered.
There are no previously set
destinations.
Register a destination in the
archive and proceed. (Setting a
destination registers it in the
archives.)
Home is not registered. Register in
menu Memory Point.
Your home is not registered as a
memory point.
Register your home as a memory
point and proceed. (Refer to page
101)
No quick access point registered.
Register in menu Memory Point.
A special memory is not registered
for the memory point.
Register a special memory for the
memory point and proceed. (Refer
to page 115)
Cause
There are no roads where route
guidance is possible in the vicinity
of the present location.
Corrective action
Refer to a map and proceed.
No roads possible for guidance
near current position and
destination. Please refer to map.
There are no roads where route
guidance is possible in the vicinity
of the present location and
destination.
Refer to a map and proceed.
No roads possible for guidance
near destination. Please refer to
map.
There are no roads where route
guidance is possible in the vicinity
of the destination.
Refer to a map and proceed.
Seasonal traffic restricted roads on
this route.
The system searched for a route
that included a seasonally
restricted segment.
If changing to a route that
bypasses the seasonally restricted
segment is desired, bypass the
restricted segment after changing
the route. (Refer to page 70)
Destination too far. Please change
to a point within 5000 km in a
straight line.
The set destination is too far.
Set the destination within a 5,000
km distance in straight line.
2 preferred roads have been set.
Perform operation again after
deleting them.
You attempted to set 3 or more
transit road indications when
changing the route.
Up to 2 transit roads can be
indicated. Delete unnecessary
transit roads before adding a new
one.
No roads possible for guidance
nearby. Perform operation again
after moving.
There are no roads available to
serve as transit roads when
indicating one for a route change.
Move the map and indicate a
transit road among the roads in the
vicinity.
Unable to save additional points.
Please delete some points.
You attempted to set more than 5
destinations.
Up to 5 destinations can be set.
Delete unnecessary destinations
and proceed with adding new
ones. (Refer to page 79)
Unable to search for new route.
Previous route will be displayed.
A new route could not be found
when reinitiating a route search.
Route guidance will proceed using
the present route. (Drive referring
to the route guidance.)
Destination is nearby. Please
check the map.
You attempted to set the
destination in a nearby location.
The destination is nearby. Refer to
the map and continue driving.
No corresponding POI nearby.
There is no corresponding POI
found nearby for the POI search in
the vicinity.
Search for the POI in another area.
No corresponding POI on route.
There is no corresponding POI
found nearby for the POI search
along the route.
Search for the POI in another area.
Position cannot be specified in this
scale. Switching to more detailed
map.
You attempted to set/register a
destination/memory point on a
map with a reduction scale of more
than 0.5 miles.
Set/register a destination/memory
point on a more detailed map (with
a reduction scale of less than 0.5
miles).
Go to the next page
For
reference
Messages
No roads possible for guidance
near current position. Please refer
to map.
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For reference
1. Information you should know
Messages
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Cause
Corrective action
Touch Yes , move the map and
set a destination near the road.
The destination is surrounded by
water. Change destination?
There is a river or other body of
water between the destination and
the nearest road.
No memory point registered.
Register in menu Memory Point.
You attempted to retrieve a map
using a memory point when there
is none registered.
Register a memory point and
proceed. (Refer to page 105)
Unable to register additional
points. Perform operation again
after deleting unnecessary points.
You attempted to register a
memory point when there are 106
points already registered.
Delete unnecessary memory
points and proceed to register a
new one. (Refer to page 114)
Touch No to set the destination
on the position displayed.
Before asking for repairs
Slight differences in operation can sometimes be mistaken for malfunctions, so check the
following table before asking for any repairs.
If the following fail to solve the problem, contact the place of purchase.
Items related to general navigation functions
Possible reason
Corrective action
Is the display showing a screen
other than the present location
screen?
Display the present location
screen. (Refer to page 26)
The vehicle position mark
does not appear.
Is the display showing a screen
other than the present location
screen?
Display the present location
screen. (Refer to page 26)
The GPS mark does not appear.
Is the device in a situation where
GPS data cannot be utilized?
Move the vehicle to an area free of
obstructions or remove the object
placed on the GPS antenna.
Is the "Voice Guidance" item for set
up set to Off ?
Touch On for "Voice Guidance" in
set up.
Is the guidance paused?
If the route guidance is paused,
resume guidance. (Refer to page
83)
Is the guidance volume turned
down (voice OFF)?
Turn up the volume. (Refer to page
25)
Small blemishes or luminescent
spots on the monitor screen
This phenomenon is characteristic
of liquid crystal panels. The liquid
crystal panel is make with hightech precision and has 99.99% or
more effective imaging.
This is not a defect, so please use
the equipment in this condition.
For a moment after turning the
engine switch ON, there is an
irregular display on the screen.
In cold weather, the liquid crystal
panel's backlight features may
emit light unevenly.
This condition stops in a few
minutes as the backlight warms
up.
The screen is difficult to view.
Are the contrast and brightness
correctly adjusted?
Adjust the contrast and brightness.
(Refer to page 21)
Voice guidance not outputted.
The vehicle position mark
appears on a spot different from
the actual present location. (The
vehicle position mark
misaligned.)
is
The vehicle position mark
may
be misaligned depending on the
satellite conditions or vehicle
conditions (where and how the
vehicle is driven). Also, the vehicle
position mark
may be
misaligned if driving on a newly
constructed road or on a road with
a shape that differs from the shape
recorded in the map data.
Continue driving and, in a moment,
the present location will be
automatically corrected using the
map matching and GPS data.
(Depending on the case, this may
take several minutes.) If signals
from the GPS are not utilized and
the present location is left
uncorrected, park the vehicle in a
safe place and correct the present
location. (Refer to page 132)
For
reference
Symptom
The map does not move even
when driving.
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For reference
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3. Glossary
In order to use this device effectively, please keep the following definitions in mind.
GPS (Global Positioning System)
The GPS is a system that uses signals received
from a satellite in a maximum orbit of
approximately 21,000 km above the earth to
indicate your present position (latitude,
longitude, altitude).
These satellites were launched into space by the
U.S. Department of Defense to be used for
military purposes. This system was released for
public utility.
Independent navigation
This technology uses data from a vehicle speed sensor and vibration gyro sensor to track the
path followed by your vehicle in order to pinpoint your present location.
The present location of your vehicle can be pinpointed even in tunnels and under elevated
roads.
Positioning
Signals are received from 3 or more GPS
satellites to pinpoint the present location of your
vehicle. The device will display a
mark
on the upper left part of the present location
screen when it is receiving signals from 3 or more
satellites and positioning is rendered possible.
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(The
mark is not displayed on the
setting or registration screens.)
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3. Glossary
2- and 3-dimensional positioning
Actual
position
Signals do
not intercross
at one point
Error
Position determined by
2-dimensional measurement
The GPS calculates your position using a 3-point
measurement principle.
Signals received from one satellite are used
determine the distance from that satellite to your
vehicle. Signals received from 3 satellites can
pinpoint your present location.
However, there exists a margin of error in the
GPS satellite and navigation unit resulting in 2dimensional positioning using latitudinal and
longitudinal coordinates if signals from only 3
satellites can be received. In such a case,
accuracy is low.
Also, when receiving signals from 4 or more
satellites, 3-dimensional positioning is
effectuated using the latitude, longitude and
altitude of your vehicle. 3-dimensional
positioning is more accurate than 2-dimensional
positioning and the vehicle position display error
margin is reduced.
Vibration gyro sensor
This sensor electronically detects in which
direction your vehicle turned.
This sensor plays a very important role in the
independent navigation function of this device.
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4. Index by topic
Information about the maps
[Map displays]
■ Info on how to view the map screens
"How to view the navigation screen" .......................................................... Page 14
■ Info on the present location
"Present location display"........................................................................... Page 26
■ Info on how to move the map
● How to view a map in the vicinity of the present location
"Moving the map (one-touch scroll)" .......................................................... Page 27
● How to view the street name while scrolling
"Setting the Street Name display while scrolling"....................................... Page 28
■ Info on how to delete the touch switches appearing on the maps
"Switching the touch switch display" .......................................................... Page 28
■ Info on how to change the map size (reduction scale)
● How to switch from a 250 mile to a 75 ft scale
"Switching the map reduction scale" .......................................................... Page 30
■ Info on how to change the map display method
● How to change the map orientation
"Switching to double screen display" ......................................................... Page 33
■ Info on how to display various data on a map
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"Switching the map orientation" ................................................................. Page 32
● How to display a double screen
● How to display POIs
"POI display" .............................................................................................. Page 36
● How to display the arrival time at the destination
"Switching the touch switch display" .......................................................... Page 28
How to display the present time
"Switching the Time Zone" ......................................................................... Page 23
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■ Info on how to switch the map image quality
● How to change the brightness and contrast
"Screen adjustment" .................................................................................. Page 20
● How to change the map color
"Switching the map display color" .............................................................. Page 22
[Retrieving a map]
■ Info on how to retrieve a map
"How to retrieve maps"............................................................................... Page 45
● How to retrieve a map by entering a POI name or part of an address
"Retrieving a map using a POI name"........................................................ Page 50
● How to retrieve a map by searching for an address
"Retrieving a map using an address" ......................................................... Page 48
● How to retrieve a map for the police station/hospital
"Retrieving a map in the event of an emergency" ...................................... Page 56
● How to retrieve a map from a registered point
"Retrieving a map using a memory point".................................................. Page 56
● How to retrieve a map from the previous destination
"Retrieving a map using the archive" ......................................................... Page 57
● How to retrieve a map from the intersection name
"Retrieving a map using an intersection name" ......................................... Page 57
● How to retrieve a map from the freeway exit/entrance name
"Retrieving a map using a freeway exit/entrance name" ............................ Page 59
● How to retrieve a map by entering the latitude/longitude
"Retrieving a map using the latitude/longitude".......................................... Page 60
Route guidance
[Prior to starting route guidance]
■ Info on how to set a destination
"Setting a destination" ................................................................................ Page 64
■ Info on how to start route guidance
"Starting route guidance" ........................................................................... Page 83
■ Info on how to display alternate routes
"3-route simultaneous display (3-route search function)" .......................... Page 73
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[Prior to starting route guidance or while route guidance is in progress]
■ Info on the route up to the destination (guided roads)
"Display route data (guided road information)" ......................................... Page 72
■ Info on how to add a destination
"Adding a destination" ............................................................................... Page 75
■ Info on how set a transit road
"Indicating a transit road"........................................................................... Page 80
■ Info on how to change the displayed route
"Change the search conditions for each interval"...................................... Page 77
[While route guidance is in progress]
■ Info on how to change the voice guidance volume
"Setting the volume"................................................................................... Page 25
■ Info on junction intersection landmarks
"Voice guidance"........................................................................................ Page 91
■ Stopping route guidance
● How to pause route guidance without deleting the destination(s)
"Pausing and restarting route guidance" ................................................... Page 83
● How to pause route guidance and delete the destination(s)
■ Info on how to display all-route diagrams
"Redisplaying the all-route display" ........................................................... Page 93
■ Info on how to change the displayed route
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"Deleting a destination".............................................................................. Page 79
■ What to do when having deviated from the displayed route
"Reinitiating a route search" ....................................................................... Page 96
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4. Index by topic
Others
[Useful functions]
■ Info on how to change the menu screen color
"Setting the wallpaper" ................................................"OPERATION GUIDE/Audio"
■ Info on how to place a symbol on the map
● How to mark your home
"Registering, correcting or deleting your home" ...................................... Page 101
● How to mark a desired location
"Registering memory points".................................................................... Page 105
"Registering a special memory point"...................................................... Page 115
[When something isn't clear]
■ I don't understand how to move the list screen
"How to switch the list screens" ................................................................. Page 19
■ I don't understand the screen message
"If one of these messages appears" ........................................................ Page 144
■ Was that a malfunction?
"Before asking for repairs"........................................................................ Page 147
■ When the GPS mark does not appear
"GPS".......................................................................................................... Page 16
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5. INDEX
Numerics
I
3-route simultaneous display
(3-route search function)........ 73
Indicating a transit road ..... 80
Intersection guidance ........ 84
A
N
Accuracy and error .......... 136
All-route display ................. 67
Automatic reroute search..... 99
Name entry ....................... 112
North up display ................. 32
C
Correcting the distance.... 134
On-route scroll.................... 95
Orientation mark................. 14
D
P
Deleting entries from the
destination archive ........... 123
Display seasonally
restricted segment ............. 70
Double screen display ....... 33
POI display ......................... 36
Point registration .............. 100
Present location
correction ......................... 132
F
Ferry crossings................... 87
Free zoom .......................... 30
G
GPS .................................... 16
H
Heading up display............
Highway junction
guidance ............................
How to retrieve maps .........
How to view the
navigation screen...............
162
O
32
89
45
14
R
Rear View Camera
operations ........................ 126
Registering detour
memory points.................. 119
Registering memory
points................................ 101
Registering special
memory points.................. 115
Registering your home ..... 101
Reinitiating a route search...... 96
Route data (guided road
information) ........................ 72
Route search ...................... 63
S
Scale display...................... 15
Setting a destination........... 62
Setting the average
speed ................................. 88
Starting, pausing and
restarting route guidance... 83
Switching the distance
remaining display............... 94
Switching the map
reduction scale................... 30
SYSTEM CHECK .............. 125
V
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Vehicle position mark ......... 15
Voice guidance .................. 91
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