Traffic Pro II
User Guide
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Hotline
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please call the Traffic Pro II Hotline at 1-800-422-8027.
Ford Motor Company Accessories Limited Warranty
Ford Motor Company will repair or replace any properly dealer-installed Ford or Mercury accessory found to
be defective in factory-supplied materials or workmanship during the warranty period, as well as any component
damged by the defective accessory. The accessory will be warranted for whichever provides you the greatest
benefit:
- 12 months or 12,000 miles/20,000km (whichever occurs first), or
- The remainder of your 3-year/36,000 mile New Vehicle LimitedWarranty.
CD Compatibility
In order not to void warranty, please only play 4 ¾" audio CDs that do not have homemade labels.
G Warning - Danger of Accident
Do Not Program the Navigation Unit While Driving
Destinations should be entered only while the vehicle is stationary.
Use of the navigation unit is advised only if traffic conditions are suitable and you are absolutely sure that its use
presents no risk, distraction or inconvenience to you, your passengers or other road users.
Do Not Ignore Traffic Laws
The requirements of the traffic laws take precedence over instructions you may receive from the navigation unit.
It is possible that you may receive inaccurate or incorrect instructions due to changes in traffic routes, such as road
construction or detours. Therefore, you must always observe the actual road signs and traffic regulations.
Do Not Misuse the Unit
The navigation system serves solely as an aid to navigation. The navigation system must not be used as an
orientation aid in times of poor visibility. The volume of the radio and the navigation system should be adjusted so
that external noises to the vehicle are still audible.
Turn the unit off immediately if a serious malfunction occurs.
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Table of Contents
Unit Overview
Anti-Theft Device
General Operation
Turning the Navigation Unit On and Off
Adjusting Volume
Activate Sound Menu
Bass
Treble
Fader
Balance
Linear Setting
Subwoofer Volume
Loudness
Navigation
What is Navigation?
Safety Instructions
Navigation CDs
General Information
Confirm Warning
Selecting Navigation
Main Navigation Menu
Destination
Entering a Country for the Destination
Entering a Town for the Destination
Entering a Street for the Destination
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Entering a Town/City/County Center
for the Destination
Destination Memory
Deleting a Destination from the
Destination Memory
Destination Memory Full
Last Destinations
Deleting a Destination from
Last Destination Memory
P.O.I. (Points of Interest)
P.O.I - Local Area or Near Destination
P.O.I - Town/City/County
P.O.I - Nationwide
Route Menu
Entering a House Number
Selecting an Intersection
Selecting the Route Settings
Saving a Destination
Route Guidance Calculation
Recalculating Route
Stopover
Entering a Stopover
Starting Route Guidance to a Stopover
Deleting a Stopover
Arriving at a Stopover
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Traffic Jam
Entering the Length of a Traffic Jam
Cancel Traffic Jam
Canceling Route Guidance
Notes on Route Guidance
Information During Route Guidance
Requesting Trip Duration and Miles
Traveled
Displaying Route Settings
Destination Information with Stopover
Requesting Current Position
Requesting Route List
System Settings
Save Position
Language
Female/Male Voice
Animation
Measuring System
Announcement ETA
Clock Operation
Displaying the Current Time
Time Setup Menu
12/24 Hour Mode
Daylight Savings Time
Time Zone Selection
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Time Zone Increment/Decrement
Offsetting the Clock
Radio Mode
Switching to Radio Mode
Selecting the FM Waveband
Channel Selection for FM Operation
Station Search
Scan Search
Manual FM Tuning
Storing/Recalling FM Stations
Dynamic Autostore (FM-DAS)
FM Mode Options
Program Type Selection (PTY)
Switching PTY/Frequency/Clock Display
Switching Regionalization On/Off
Regionalization
Switching Radio Text On/Off
Selecting AM Waveband
AM Autostore
Manual AM Tuning
Storing/Recalling AM Stations
Traffic Program (TP)
Automatic Tracking
Direct Programming
Activating/Quitting the TP Menu
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Setting Automatic Tracking
Selecting/Deleting Direct Programming
Switching Mute On/Off
Interrupting TP Announcements
TP Announcement Volume
Telephone Operation
CD Operation
Instructions for Compact Discs (CDs)
Inserting/Ejecting CDs
Playing an Audio CD
Track Skip - Forwards/Backwards
Scan Search
Fast Forward/Rewind
Random Play
Track Repeat
Time Mode Selection
Temperature Protection Circuit
Selecting AUX Audio
CD Changer Operation
Loading/Ejecting the CD Magazine
Playing CDs
User Menu
Requesting/Quitting User Menu
GAL Setting
Telephone Mute Characteristics
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Display Setting
Flashing Security Led
Reception Optimization (M/S)
Navigation Announcement Mode
AUX Input (Auxiliary)
Display Compass
Beep Volume (BeV)
Service Menu
Request/Quit Service Menu
System Calibration
Calibrate the System
Triggering Reset
Connection Instructions
General Information
RBDS System
Stations Fix Level
RBDS Stations Level
DAS Seek Qual. Level
DAS Seek Name Level
PTY (Program Type)
Technical Data
Regulatory Notice
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Unit Overview
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1 Left knob
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(Volume/Info)
7 RADIO selection button RADIO
2 On/Off button ON
8 Navigation selection button
3 Clock button CLOCK
9 CD Eject button
4 Tone button SOUND
10 Right knob
5 Traffic Program button
6 CD selection button
TP
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NAV
(Selection/OK)
11 Multifunction keys
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(xxx = key label)
12 Display
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Anti-Theft Device
Your system is equipped with an anti-theft device. It
prevents unauthorized use of the navigation unit if it is
disconnected from the battery. The unit will display
“Enter Code Number” when it is turned on after the
battery is connected.
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When this screen appears, enter the five-digit code
number from the CODE CARD that came with the unit,
using multifunction keys 1 through 7.
You will need to re-enter the security code number any
time the battery is disconnected from the vehicle. Be
careful not to dispose of the CODE CARD.
If an incorrect code number is entered, “Enter Code
Number” will be displayed again. “Code wait” will be
displayed after three failed attempts to enter the code
number correctly. The unit will remain locked for
10 minutes following the failed attempts.
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Example: Code number 15372
Three further incorrect entries will lock the unit for an
additional 10 minutes.
The unit enters normal operation once all 5 digits have
been entered correctly.
NOTE: The waiting time will elapse only while the unit
is turned on.
NOTE: It is important to store the CODE CARD in a
safe place outside of the vehicle to prevent unauthorized
use if the vehicle or unit is stolen.
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General Operation
Turning the Navigation Unit On and Off
Press the ON button to manually turn the unit on or off.
The unit can also be turned on and off using the vehicle’s
ignition. The unit will turn off approximately 5 seconds
after the vehicle ignition is turned off.
The unit can be kept on by pressing the ON button
within 5 seconds of turning off the ignition. If the unit is
turned off using the ignition, it will turn on automatically
when the ignition is turned back on. The unit will remain
off if it is turned off using the ON button until the ON
button is pressed again.
NOTE: The unit can also be turned on while the
vehicle’s ignition is off by pressing the ON button. The
unit will shut off automatically after 1 hour in this
condition.
Adjusting Volume
Increase or decrease volume by turning the left knob
The volume level can be seen on the display while
changing the volume.
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There are different volume levels for audio programs
and navigation announcements so both must be set to the
desired levels. Set the navigation announcement volume
by turning the left knob
while a navigation
announcement is playing. You can initiate an
announcement if route guidance is active by pressing the
left knob .
Activate Sound Menu
Select the sound menu by pressing the SOUND button
for less than 2 seconds. The following adjustments can
be made in the sound menu: Bass (Bas), Treble (Trb),
Fade (Fad), Balance (Bal), Linear Setting (Flt),
Subwoofer (Sub) and Loudness (Ldn).
Bass and treble settings for the FM, AM, CD, CD
changer/AUX input, navigation announcements and
telephone operation are stored separately. Fade, balance,
subwoofer, and loudness are common across all audio
modes.
Once the desired changes are made, press the SOUND
button again to return to normal operation. If the SOUND
button is not pressed, the unit will return to normal
operation after 10 seconds.
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General Operation
Bass
0 0 V (:!9) (+ (3 3; <) +5
The left part of the display will show which audio mode
is being changed (AM, FM, CD, etc.).
Fader
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To adjust the bass, press the SOUND button. Adjust the
bass to the desired level by turning the right knob .
The display will show which audio mode is being
changed (AM, FM, CD, etc.). (: is the default so the
multifunction key will only need to be pressed if you
have selected another audio setting first.
To adjust the fader between speakers, press
the SOUND button. Then press the (+ multifunction
key and adjust the fader setting to the desired level by
turning the right knob .
Treble
Balance
(:!9) (+ (3 3; <) +5
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(:!9) (+ (3 3; <) +5
(:!9) (+ (3 3; <) +5
To adjust the treble, press the SOUND button. Then
press the !9) multifunction key and adjust the treble
to the desired level by turning the right knob .
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To adjust the balance between speakers, press
the SOUND button. Then press the (3 multifunction
key and adjust the balance to the desired level by turning
the right knob .
General Operation
Linear Setting
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(:!9) (+ (3 3; <) +5
To reset the tone setting, press the SOUND button. Then
press the 3; multifunction key.
Adjust the subwoofer level by turning the right knob .
(This setting only applies to systems equipped with a
subwoofer.)
Loudness
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(:!9) (+ (3 3; <) +5
“Tone flat?” will be displayed. By pressing the 3;
multifunction key again, the tone adjustments bass and
treble, for the current signal source, such as FM, will be
reset to mid-level (zero).
To adjust the loudness, press the SOUND button. Then
press the +5 multifunction key.
Subwoofer Volume
Select Loudness ON or Loudness OFF by pressing the
+5 multifunction key. Loudness is automatically
turned off in AM radio mode.
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To adjust the subwoofer volume, press the
SOUND button. Then press the
<) multifunction
key.
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Navigation
What is Navigation?
The GPS antenna receives latitude and longitude signals
from GPS satellites orbiting the earth. These signals give
the navigation system an indication of the vehicle
location. The covered distance is measured by an
electronic signal related to the vehicle speed. A built-in
gyro sensor measures the vehicle rate of change of
steering angle. The navigation system uses all of these
signals to determine the current vehicle position relative
to the digitized map stored on the navigation CDs.
The navigation system then determines the route to the
selected destination and provides instructions as the
vehicle moves toward the destination. For safety
reasons, route guidance is predominantly in spoken
form, supported by a direction indicator on the display.
Safety Instructions
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Do not enter navigation instructions while the
vehicle is moving. The distraction may cause an
accident.
Observation of traffic signs and local traffic
regulations must always takes priority.
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Traffic guidance is restricted to passenger vehicles.
Special driving recommendations and regulations
for other vehicles, such as commercial vehicles, are
not included.
Navigation CDs
The navigation unit is provided with two navigation
CDs. One CD contains data for the western half of the
USA and some of the major cities in Hawaii and Canada
(Western USA Navigation CD) and the other CD
contains data for the eastern half of the USA and some
of the major cities in Canada (Eastern USA Navigation
CD). Data for North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska,
Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas are contained on both CDs
to allow for an uninterrupted crossing between the two
regions. See the striped area on the map below.
Navigation
The navigation CDs contain digitized street maps.
Highways, state and county roads, as well as local
streets, are detailed in this map. Many of the streets have
the ability to route to individual house numbers and
addresses. Larger cities and communities are covered.
Regional and unclassified roads or through-roads and
town centers are included for smaller towns and
communities. The CDs also contain P.O.I.s (Points of
Interests) which include gas stations, airports,
restaurants, hospitals, etc.
One-way streets, pedestrian zones, no-turn intersections
and other traffic regulations are covered where possible.
There may be discrepancies between the data on the
navigation CDs and the actual local situation, due to
continuous changes to the road systems and traffic
regulations. You must follow the posted regulations
even if they contradict the navigation announcements in
all cases.
General Information
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In navigation mode, the radio, CD, CD changer,
phone and auxiliary audio operations continue.
Audio navigation announcements will not be heard
during a phone call while phone audio is routed to
the radio speakers.
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The distance to the next directional announcement
and estimated time of arrival will be shown on the
right side of the display.
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Press the RADIO button to select radio mode once
route guidance is active. Press the CD button
repeatedly to toggle between CD and CD changer/
AUX audio mode once route guidance is active.
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The route guidance display is automatically shown
when directional announcements are given.
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Enter addresses with the right knob . The display
shows only those letters, numbers and symbols that
can be used to make a valid address. Entries are
automatically completed. An empty space, such as in
New York, must be entered with an underscore (_).
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Navigation
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The multifunction keys through may
also be used to select letters, numbers and symbols.
Select individual symbols by pressing the
appropriate multifunction keys under the desired
symbol repeatedly until that symbol appears on the
display.
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Press the NAV button to quit the current menu and
return to the previous menu.
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The system recalculates a route if a change is made.
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Repeat the current navigation announcement by
pressing the left knob .
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Adjust the navigation announcement volume by
turning the left knob
during a navigation
announcement. Adjust the tone settings by pressing
the SOUND button during the announcement (see
page 7 for more information).
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Press the left knob
to request additional
information during route guidance, or the current
position when route guidance is not active (see page
36 for more information). If the right knob
is
pressed during route guidance, WAY ROUTE is
displayed (see Notes on Route Guidance page 33).
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Press the left knob
to interrupt the current
navigation announcement.
Turn off announcements by pressing the left knob
for more than 2 seconds during a navigation
announcement. Route guidance will only then be
shown on the display. Turn the navigation
announcements on by pressing the left knob
again.
The scroll marks and indicate a selection list
through which you can scroll by turning the right
knob . Select the highlighted entry by pressing the
right knob .
The confirmation beep will not be heard if the
optional checkmark
is used, when available, to
confirm selection.
The navigation unit will prompt you to insert the
navigation CD as needed, such as when
programming destinations, when deviating
significantly from a programmed route, etc. Please
insert the navigation CD to maintain proper route
guidance when prompted. The navigation CD may
be replaced with an audio CD once the route
information is loaded. The CD indicator on the
display will no longer be displayed.
Navigation
Confirm Warning
A warning message will appear each time you turn your
radio on after selecting navigation operation. This
message indicates that the navigation system is still
initializing.
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The above message will go away after a short time and
will be replaced by the warning message shown below.
The message will appear each time you select navigation
after starting the vehicle.
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When you confirm the receipt of the warning, you state
that you have read and understood this user guide and
that you are aware of the dangers associated with the use
of this navigation equipment. The navigation system
will not operate until this prompt is confirmed.
Press the right knob
to confirm the selection.
Selecting Navigation
Press the NAV button. If necessary, confirm the
warning as described previously.
Next, the main navigation menu appears.
NOTE: When starting navigation mode for the first
time, you must load the navigation CD. The system will
prompt you to take a drive for calibration of the
navigation system if calibration has not been completed.
If this occurs, see System Calibration on page 72.
The navigation mode requires the navigation CD
containing the data for the destination.
will flash on
the display during route calculation while transferring
data from the CD to the navigation system.
will
disappear. Once the route calculation has been
completed, you may remove the navigation CD and
insert an audio CD.
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Navigation
Main Navigation Menu
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Destination
Select DESTINATION from the main navigation menu
by turning the right knob
and pressing it to confirm.
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Select one of the following by turning the right knob
and pressing it to confirm.
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DESTINATION: Enter a destination using data from
the navigation CD.
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DEST. MEMORY: Select a destination from your
list of saved destinations, up to 50 (see page 20).
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P.O.I.: Enter a destination from the Points of Interest
information on the navigation CD. Points of Interest
include gas stations, airports, restaurants, hospitals,
etc. (see page 22).
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LAST DESTINATIONS: Choose from a list of your
last 50 destinations (see page 21).
The navigation data is stored on two CDs: Western USA
and Eastern USA. In most cases, the starting and ending
locations are contained on one of the two CDs. If you are
taking a cross-country trip, for example, from A to C on
the regional map, you must enter an interim destination
in one of the states in the striped region B. Once you
have reached this interim destination, or you reach one
of the states in the striped region, you may switch CDs
and enter your final destination (see page 10 for more
information).
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For more information on these features, refer to them in
this section.
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Navigation
NOTE: When you switch navigation CDs between East
and West, you may see a display similar to this:
Entering a Country for the Destination
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Select EXECUTE UPDATE by pressing the right
knob . The system will check the radio and navigation
software and will load all data required for navigation.
When switching CDs, the ignition should be on and the
vehicle should be parked. After a short time, the system
will restart the navigation software and you will need to
confirm the warning message again (see page 13 for
more information).
NOTE: You can not use last destination or destination
memory locations which were stored with the Eastern
USA Navigation CD while using the Western USA
Navigation CD and vice versa.
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Select the country by turning the right knob
pressing it to confirm.
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" To change countries, turn the right knob
it to confirm.
and press
NOTE: The default is USA. You will only need to
change the country if traveling from the USA to
Canada or from Canada to USA. A route between
Hawaii and the USA is not possible. (Hawaii can
only be selected if your vehicle is located in Hawaii.)
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Navigation
Entering a Town for the Destination
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Select the highlighted town by pressing the right knob
to enter a new destination town. Select STREET or
CENTER by turning the right knob
to select a street
or center of town, within the highlighted town, and
pressing it to confirm.
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Enter the name of the town highlighting the letters one
by one, by turning the right knob
and pressing it to
confirm. The selected letter will appear enlarged on the
right side of the display and will be added to the
highlighted town name on the top row of the display.
The display will show the name of the location most
similar to the letters entered to speed up selection. It will
show only letters for the selection that make sense in
completing the location name. The unit will complete
the location name automatically if all other possibilities
are eliminated.
Delete the last confirmed letter by pressing the
multifunction key. Delete the complete entry by
pressing and holding the
multifunction key until
the confirmation beep is heard.
Accept the entry by pressing and holding the right
knob
until the confirmation beep is heard. You may
also select the checkmark
by turning the right
knob and pressing it to confirm. The town list will be
displayed if the entry is not complete when the right
knob is pressed.
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Navigation
Select the desired town by turning the right knob
pressing it to confirm.
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The state list will be displayed if the selected town exists
in more than one state.
NOTE: Enter the street name first before entering a
geographic designator (N, S, etc.). For example, E.
Carson St. would be entered as CARSON ST E.
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Entering a Street for the Destination
Select the state where the desired town is located by
turning the right knob
and pressing it to confirm.
Select STREET by pressing the right knob
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!"#$Y&' The unit will then display the street entry menu or the
center menu (see page 19). The route menu will be
displayed if there are no digitized streets and there is
only a single town center that appears in the map (see
page 25).
The town list includes towns, cities and counties. The
state list includes states and counties if a town name is
used more than once in a state.
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
Select the letters one by one by turning the right knob
and pressing it to confirm. The selected letter will appear
enlarged on the right side of the display and will be
added to the highlighted street name on the top row of
the display.
Delete the last confirmed letter by pressing the
multifunction key. Delete the complete entry by
pressing and holding the
multifunction key
until the confirmation beep is heard.
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Navigation
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YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Select the desired street by turning the right knob and
pressing it to confirm. If the entry is unique, the unit will
switch to the route menu.
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
The display will show the name of the location most
similar to the letters entered to speed up selection. It will
show only letters for the selection that will make sense
in completing the location name. The unit will complete
the location name automatically if all other possibilities
are eliminated.
Accept the entry by pressing and holding the right
knob
until the confirmation beep is heard. You may
also select the checkmark
by turning the right
knob and pressing it to confirm. The street list will be
displayed if the entry is not complete when the
confirmation is accepted.
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If the entry is unclear, the street distinguishing list is
shown.
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Select the desired region around the street by turning the
right knob
and pressing it to confirm. The unit will
switch to the route menu.
Navigation
The unit will switch to center entry mode if there are
more than 9 centers.
Entering a Town/City/County Center for the
Destination
!P
YYYYYYYY YYY$YYY YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
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Select CENTER by turning the right knob
pressing it to confirm.
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The unit will switch to the route menu if the place you
chose only has one center. The center list will be
displayed if there are fewer than 10 centers.
Press the
multifunction key to delete the last
confirmed letter. Delete the complete entry by pressing
and holding the
multifunction key until the
confirmation beep is heard.
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Select the center name by turning the right knob
pressing it to confirm.
Select the letters one by one by turning the right knob
and pressing it to confirm. The selected letter will appear
enlarged on the right side of the display and will be
added to the highlighted center name on the top row of
the display.
and
!P !
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
The display will show the name of the center most
similar to the letters entered to speed up selection.
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Navigation
It will show only letters for the selection that make sense
in completing the location name. The unit will complete
the location name automatically if all other possibilities
are eliminated.
Accept the entry by pressing and holding the right
knob
until the confirmation beep is heard. You may
also select the checkmark
by turning the right
knob
and pressing it to confirm. The center list will
be displayed if the entry is not complete when the
confirmation is accepted.
Destination Memory
The destination memory is used to store locations you
will likely use more than once. The unit can store up to
50 selections which can be used either as destinations or
as stopovers.
Select DEST. MEMORY from the main navigation
menu by turning the right knob
and pressing it to
confirm.
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Select the desired town center by turning the right knob
and pressing it to confirm. If the entry is unique, the
unit will switch to the route menu.
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Select the desired destination by turning the right
knob
and pressing it to confirm.
H &N$&!&N$ Once the destination is selected, route guidance can start
as described in this user guide.
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Navigation
Deleting a Destination from the Destination
Memory
Select destination memory as described previously.
H &N$&!&N$ Last Destinations
Select a destination from the list of prior destinations
that were stored previously (up to the last 50 locations)
by selecting LAST DESTINATIONS from the main
navigation menu with the right knob . Turn the right
knob
to scroll through the last destinations.
Select the destination to be deleted by turning the right
knob
and pressing the multifunction key.
Destination information is available if you press the left
knob before you confirm your selection with the right
knob .
Destination Memory Full
NOTE: Stopovers are not stored as last destinations.
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This message will appear when trying to save data and
the destination memory is full.
Deleting a Destination from Last Destination
Memory
To delete all entries in the last destination memory list,
press and hold the multifunction key until the
confirmation sound is heard.
Select the destination memory to delete a destination by
selecting either DELETE by pressing the right knob
or BACK by pressing the NAV button to cancel
saving.
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Navigation
P.O.I. (Points of Interest)
Select P.O.I. from the main navigation menu or the
stopover selection menu by turning the right knob
and pressing it to confirm.
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P.O.I.s include gas stations, airports, hospitals,
restaurants, etc. P.O.I.s are stored on the navigation CD.
P.O.I.s can be displayed based on the geographic region
you select as shown below.
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Select the geographic region by turning the right
knob
and pressing it to confirm.
• LOCAL AREA: selects P.O.I.s around the current
location
• NEAR DESTINATION: selects P.O.I.s for
stopovers near the selected destination
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Select TOWN/COUNTRY as a region by turning the
right knob
and pressing it to confirm.
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COUNTRY: selects the country for your destination
TOWN: selects the P.O.I.s in the selected town and
country
NATIONWIDE: selects P.O.I.s around the entire
navigation CD
P.O.I. - Local Area or Near Destination
Select P.O.I.s within the current surroundings of the
vehicle or near your destination as a stopover by turning
and pressing the right knob .
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P.O.I. - Town/City/County
You may select a P.O.I. from any location on the
navigation CD. Select TOWN by turning the right
knob
and pressing it to confirm.
A maximum of 20 destinations are listed according to
proximity. The straight-line distance from the current
location to the P.O.I. will be shown for each entry. The
arrows following the distance information indicate the
direction to the respective point of interest (e.g. P.O.I.
lies in the direction of travel, or
P.O.I. lies in the
opposite direction).
Select the desired P.O.I. with the right knob
it to confirm.
and press
Destination information is available if you press the left
knob before you confirm your selection with the right
knob .
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Confirm selection with the right knob
route menu.
to select the
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Enter the town name by turning the right knob
pressing to confirm each letter.
and
As before, you can press and hold the right knob prior
to finishing spelling the name to select the town/city/
county name from a list. Once the spelling or selection
is complete, press the right knob
to confirm.
Follow the instructions listed under P.O.I. - Local Area
Near Destination for the local area as described
previously (see page 22 for more information). In this
case, only those P.O.I.s in the specified town will be
displayed.
NOTE: If you select RESTAURANT, another menu
appears when you press the right knob . This feature
is only available when choosing P.O.I. by TOWN.
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If you select BY FOOD TYPE, turn the right knob to
select and press it to confirm which food type you desire.
&!&
If you select BY NAME, all available restaurants in the
specified area will be displayed in a list. If there are more
than 9 items in the list, you will be prompted to start
spelling the restaurant name (similar to entering a town
or street name, see page 16 for more information).
!"!P
YYYYYYYY YYY$YYY YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
Enter the restaurant name using the right knob
pressing it to confirm.
and
NOTE: A list of possible P.O.I.s will display when you
press the right knob
until the confirmation beep is
heard, without having selected any letters.
Once confirmed, the navigation unit will list restaurants
in the selected category.
P.O.I. - Nationwide
Special P.O.I. categories are shown for nationwide
selection, such as airports, amusement parks, highway
access, ski resort or tourist sites.
Follow the instructions listed under P.O.I. - Local Area
Near Destination for the local area as described
previously (see page 22 for more information). Only the
nationwide P.O.I.s on the navigation CD in use will be
displayed.
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Turn the right knob
to confirm.
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to select a category and press it
Navigation
Route Menu
# !!
Entering a House Number
Select HOUSE NO: in the route menu with the right
knob
and press it to confirm.
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" Y
Select one of the following to select a route and
preferences for route guidance by turning the right knob
and pressing it to confirm.
•
HOUSE NO.
•
INTERSECTION
•
ROUTE SETTINGS
•
SAVE DESTINATION
•
START-FAST R. or START-SHORT R.
For more information on these features, refer to them
next in this section.
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YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY YYY
YYYYYY
Enter the house number one number at a time by turning
the right knob and pressing it to confirm. The selected
number will appear enlarged on the right side of the
display and will be added to the highlighted number on
the top row of the display.
To delete the last confirmed letter, press the
multifunction key. Delete the complete entry by
pressing and holding the
multifunction key for
more than 2 seconds until the confirmation beep is
heard.
House number selection is available only in the range
specified in parenthesis (1-99 in the example above).
You will be prompted to re-enter the number if it is not
on the digital map. If the address is not available, or you
can not enter a nearby address, select a nearby
intersection to get close to your destination.
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You can start route guidance once the right knob
been pressed.
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Selecting an Intersection
If the house number is not available on the digitized
map, you may enter a nearby intersection for guidance.
# !!
DF
"! !!
Select one of the following by turning the right knob
and pressing it to confirm.
•
SAVE DESTINATION: Store the entered
destination by a name of your choice (or no name).
The selection is saved in the destination memory
when you confirm the selection (see page 20).
•
ROUTE SETTINGS: Modify the route type when
you confirm this selection.
•
START-FAST R.or START-SHORT R.: Activate
route guidance to the entered destination with
consideration of the route settings when you confirm
this selection.
For more information on these features, refer to them in
this section.
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NOTE: If you do not enter an intersection, the
navigation system will take you to the nearest entry
point on the selected road.
Select INTERSECTION in the route menu with the right
knob
and press it to confirm.
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Select the intersecting street by turning the right knob
and pressing it to confirm.
Only the streets that intersect the entered destination will
appear in the list.
Navigation
You can start route guidance once the right knob
been pressed.
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Selecting the Route Settings
Select ROUTE SETTINGS in the route menu with the
right knob
and press it to confirm selection.
# !!
DF
!"!
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Select one of the following by turning the right knob
and pressing it to confirm.
•
START-FAST R. or START-SHORT R.: Activate
route guidance to the entered destination with
consideration of the route settings when you confirm
this selection.
•
SAVE DESTINATION: Store the entered
destination by a name of your choice (or no name).
The selection is saved in the destination memory
when you confirm the selection (see page 20).
•
ROUTE SETTINGS: Modify the route type when
you confirm this selection.
For more information on these features, refer to them in
this section.
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•
FAST ROUTE: Select FAST ROUTE using the right
knob
to obtain the shortest possible time to your
destination.
•
SHORT ROUTE: Select SHORT ROUTE using the
right knob to obtain the shortest possible distance
to your destination.
NOTE: SHORT ROUTE is preferred for short
distances in metropolitan areas.
•
RESTRICTIONS: Select RESTRICTIONS using
the right knob to modify the restrictions you want
applied to your route including avoiding highways,
ferries, or toll roads.
NOTE: These settings are stored in memory and
won’t change, even if the ignition is turned off
and on.
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!
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Saving a Destination
Select SAVE DESTINATION in the route menu by
turning the right knob
and pressing it to confirm.
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Select the item you wish to change by turning the right
knob . Change the selection by pressing the right
knob . Press the right knob until confirmation beep
is heard to accept all the settings and quit the menu.
NOTE: It is possible that routes without the use of
interstate highways may not be calculable. If this
happens, you will receive a message.
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Enter any name of your choice consisting of up to
20 characters for the specified destination. The name
and location are stored in the destination memory by
pressing the right knob until the confirmation beep is
heard.
The destination can also be stored by selecting the
checkmark
and pressing the right knob
(see page
20).
NOTE: You can store the destination in the destination
memory without a name by pressing and holding the
right knob
for more than 2 seconds. You will hear a
beep confirming your entry.
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Navigation
The last destination entered can be saved at any position
in the destination memory by turning the right knob
to select the desired location prior to confirming the
selection. Confirm the memory position by pressing the
right knob . The default location is at the beginning of
the destination memory list.
A total of 50 destinations can be saved.
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DF
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To complete storing a destination in destination
memory, either start route guidance or enter a new
destination by selecting NEW DESTINATION.
Route Guidance Calculation
The message CALC ROUTE will be displayed when
route guidance is started. It indicates that the route is
being calculated, which may take several seconds.
The
indicator on the display will continue to blink
until all the data required to generate the route has been
loaded from the navigation CD.
Recalculating Route
The navigation unit will re-calculate the route if the
current route is not followed due to road blocks,
diversions, unintentionally driving in the wrong
direction or failing to observe the recommendations.
NEW ROUTE is displayed while the unit is recalculating the route.
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Navigation
Stopover
Starting Route Guidance to a Stopover
Stopover offers the possibility of programming a
stopover destination during an active route guidance.
Entering a Stopover
OFV
Press the
O multifunction key to enter a stopover.
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Start route guidance to the stopover by pressing the right
knob . The route will be calculated and route guidance
will begin.
The stopover
will appear inverted in the display
and the route will be recalculated once the selection is
confirmed.
FFF
!Y&
Using the right knob , make a selection and press to
confirm. The following selections can be used as a
stopover:
•
DESTINATION
•
P.O.I.
•
LAST DESTINATIONS
•
DEST. MEMORY
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NOTE: Stopovers are not stored in the last destination
memory.
Navigation
Deleting a Stopover
OFV
Press the
O multifunction key to delete a stopover.
! ! #K
J#
Confirm deletion of a stopover by pressing the right
knob
within 8 seconds. The navigation system will
then recalculate the route. You can leave this menu by
pressing the NAV button.
Route guidance to the main destination is started
automatically. Press the right knob
to clear the
display or simply let it time out. You may need to insert
the navigation CD after the stopover is reached. In that
case, you will be prompted to insert the navigation CD.
Traffic Jam
Traffic jam is used to calculate an alternate route when
the traffic conditions on the selected route are not
favorable for driving (e.g. a traffic jam or road block).
Entering the Length of a Traffic Jam
OFV
O Arriving at a Stopover
Press the
multifunction key.
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When you reach the stopover, the unit will announce and
display YOU HAVE REACHED YOUR STOPOVER.
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Navigation
Cancel Traffic Jam
! !# NFV
Set the length of the section to be avoided by turning the
right knob and pressing it to confirm. You can cancel
this process by pressing the NAV button to abort the
traffic jam function prior to confirming your selection.
OFV
O The traffic jam
symbol will appear inverted in the
display and the route is recalculated once the selection is
confirmed.
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Press the
OFV
O multifunction key.
! K
J#
Cancel traffic jam by pressing the right knob
within
8 seconds. The navigation system will then recalculate
the route. As with other navigation menus, you can quit
this action by pressing the NAV button.
Navigation
Canceling Route Guidance
Press the
display.
NAV
button from the route guidance
# ! J J#
Select either DELETE by pressing the right knob
to
cancel route guidance or BACK by pressing the NAV
button to continue route guidance.
Notes on Route Guidance
After starting route guidance, the system calculates the
route and announces: “We can start now.”
You will receive navigation recommendations by voice
messages and screen displays. You can hear the last
driving recommendation by pressing the left knob .
If the route to be traveled is not clear, such as at an
intersection where a change in direction is not specified,
the travel direction can be displayed by pressing the
right knob .
Please follow the direction indicated by the arrow.
The display appears for 8 seconds after pressing the right
knob .
GWarning - Danger of Accident.
DO NOT IGNORE TRAFFIC LAWS.
If a driving recommendation contradicts the traffic laws,
the laws ALWAYS take precedence!
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Navigation
For clarification, this section contains a selection of
examples of possible driving recommendations:
•
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“Please follow the road.”
OFV
“Please make a U-turn if possible.”
You should continue driving on the current road for
the distance shown.
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You are driving in the wrong direction and should
turn around at the earliest opportunity.
•
“Please turn right in 200 yards.”
•
“Prepare to turn left” or “Move into left-hand lane.”
NOTE: Keep left doesn’t mean to use HOV lanes or
express lanes.
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The arrow points in the direction you should turn.
The progress bar on the right illustrates the distance.
The dark area decreases as you approach the
intersection.
O OFV
O You should note that there is an upcoming turn and
prepare to make any lane changes needed to safely
make the turn. As always, road safety must be
observed when making a lane change.
NOTE: At intersections and traffic circles, only the
ends of the roads to be passed are displayed.
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Navigation
•
“Please take the third turn on the right.”
•
“Keep right in 2 miles.”
NFV
“Keep right” means that the street will fork and you
should follow the indicated direction.
This arrow shows you which exit you should take
from a traffic circle.
•
“Now go straight on.”
This arrow indicates you should drive straight ahead.
•
“Please follow the arrows in the display.”
O •
“You have reached your destination.”
The specified destination has been reached and route
guidance is terminated.
This display tells you that you are currently in an
area, such as a parking lot, garage, etc., that is not
contained on the digital street map. The arrow
indicates the actual geographic direction of the
destination, without considering the street map.
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Navigation
Information During Route Guidance
Press the left knob
during route guidance.
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QVV
!
Select trip information by pressing the
tion key within 8 seconds.
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multifunc-
!#OY
!#"!$OO
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The system will repeat the the last announcement
and will anounce estimated time of arrival. The
display will show destination and distance.
The trip duration, miles traveled and the average speed
will be displayed. Press the right knob or the NAV
button to return to the route guidance display.
NOTE: You can switch the announcement on and
off using the system settings menu (see page 42).
Displaying Route Settings
Press the left knob
during route guidance.
Requesting Trip Duration and Miles Traveled
Press the left knob
during route guidance.
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QVV
!
!
!
QVV
Select route setting by pressing the
key within 8 seconds.
multifunction
Navigation
$&O$!
"!O !
&O$!"!
Press the
multifunction key to view the main
destination information.
!O$!
The route settings will be displayed. Press the left
knob
again to return to normal route guidance.
Alternately, the system will timeout after 8 seconds.
Destination Information with Stopover
Press the left knob
during route guidance.
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Return to route guidance by pressing the left knob
again or wait for 8 seconds.
Requesting Current Position
PSQ
QFV
The system will repeat the the last announcement
and will anounce estimated time of arrival of the
stopover. The display will show the stopover
destination and distance.
Press the
position.
O multifunction key to select current
NOTE: You can switch the announcement on and
off using the system settings menu (see page 42).
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Navigation
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DUV
OYOY
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The current position with street name, if it is available,
degrees of latitude and longitude and the number of
satellites received will be displayed. Press the right
knob
to return to the route guidance display.
The current road and the road names up to the
destination will be displayed. Scroll though the route list
by turning the right knob . Press the right knob
to
return to the route guidance display.
NOTE: The current position can be requested even
when route guidance is not active by pressing the left
knob .
NOTE: It will take a short time before the route list is
compiled, after entering the destination. The time
depends on the distance to the destination.
Requesting Route List
OFV
O Press the
multifunction key to select the
recommended route list.
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Navigation
System Settings
Press the NAV button in the main navigation menu to
request the system settings menu.
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P"
Using the right knob , make a selection and press to
confirm. The following selections are available under
this menu:
•
SAVE POSITION: Save the current position in the
destination memory.
•
*LANGUAGE: Set the language for the system.
•
ANIMATION: Activate/de-activate the display
animation.
•
MEASURING SYSTEM: Set the measurement
system to either US Standard (miles/yards) or Metric
(kilometers/meters).
•
ANNOUNCEMENT ETA: Activate/de-activate
announcement of the expected time of arrival (ETA).
Save Position
"!!
P"
Select SAVE POSITION in the system settings menu by
turning the right knob
and pressing it to confirm.
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The display will show the coordinates (degrees of
latitude and longitude) for the current position. Confirm
by pressing the right knob
and the following display
will appear.
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Enter the name for the current position (e.g. HOME)
using the right knob to spell the name (see page 25 for
more information).
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Press the right knob
until the confirmation beep is
heard to confirm the name entered. Entry can also be
confirmed by the selecting the checkmark
and
pressing the right knob .
The destination memory is then called up automatically.
Select the desired position in the destination memory by
turning the right knob and pressing it to confirm (see
page 20 for more information).
Language
# !
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!
Select *LANGUAGE in the system settings menu by
turning the right knob
and pressing to confirm. The
“*” is provided to indicate which selection is language,
even if you do not understand the language that is
currently selected.
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The following languages are available:
•
ENGLISH GB
•
ENGLISH US
•
ESPANOL
•
FRANCAIS
Select the language using the right knob . The
language selection will be applied when the right knob
is pressed. The language will be installed.
NOTE: If you select ENGLISH GB (for Great Britain/
United Kingdom), the displays will be slightly different
than indicated in this manual. Example: Traffic circles
will be called roundabouts.
Navigation
Female/Male Voice
You can choose either a male or a female voice.
Animation
P"
M
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Select the voice by turning the right knob
and
pressing it to confirm. Once confirmed, the voice is
installed.
Select ANIMATION in the system settings menu by
turning the right knob
and pressing to confirm.
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" After the installation, you will be prompted to confirm.
" You can select between animations ON or OFF by
pressing the right knob . Accept the settings by
pressing and holding the right knob
until the
confirmation beep is heard.
Confirm the voice selection by pressing the right
knob .
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Navigation
Measuring System
Announcement ETA
!
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F
"!!
Select MEASURING SYSTEM in the system settings
menu by turning the right knob
and pressing to
confirm.
Select ANNOUNCEMENT ETA in the system settings
menu by turning the right knob
and pressing to
confirm.
NOTE: ETA stands for estimated time of arrival.
!
Select the measuring unit using the right knob .
Press and hold the right knob
to apply the selection
and return to the system settings menu.
NOTE: US STANDARD is for calculation in yards and
miles. METRIC is for calculation in meters and
kilometers.
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You can select between ETA announcement ON or OFF
by pressing the right knob . Press and hold the right
knob
to apply the selection and return to the system
settings menu.
NOTE: The calculated ETA is based on the time zone
where the trip originated unless you manually change
the time zone during the trip.
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Clock Operation
The clock on the navigation unit receives its time from
the GPS receiver in the radio. This time is known as
Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), which is
colloquially “Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).” You
must choose your local time zone in order to display the
current local time by setting the clock.
Time Setup Menu
Display the time setup menu by pressing the
multifunction key.
FF !OO
EMVENO
!
Displaying the Current Time
Display the time by pressing the CLOCK button.The
current time will remain in the display until another
function, such as the radio, is pressed. The selected time
zone will be displayed (e.g. EST for Eastern Standard
Time). The current route guidance information, or
compass if route guidance is not active, will appear in
the right side of the display.
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OFV
MVENO
P !
!
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!'p !'Q
p Q
The current date will appear in the upper left corner of
the display. Any offset from the received time (e.g.
00:05 if the clock is set 5 minutes fast) will appear in the
upper right corner.
The current time, including offset, will appear in the
middle in the selected format (12 or 24 hour) along with
the current time zone (e.g. EST).
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Clock Operation
12/24 Hour Mode
Select 12 hour versus 24 hour time mode using the left
most multifunction key ( if the current selection is
24 hour mode or if the current selection is 12 hour
mode). The label for the left most multifunction key and
the time display will update when you press the key.
Save the selection by pressing the right knob .
FF
FF
EMVENO
!
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!'p !'Q
Daylight Savings Time
Select Daylight Saving Time by pressing the !
multifunction key. The time zone indicator will toggle
between standard time and daylight savings time (e.g.
EST and EDT) and time will be offset by one hour
(based on standard or daylight time). Save the selection
by pressing the right knob .
EMMENO
Q
!
!'
!'p !'Q
Q
Clock Operation
Time Zone Selection
Select the time zone menu by pressing the
multifunction key.
The following time zones are available:
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FF
EMMENO
!
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!'p !'Q
Q
The time zone list will be displayed. Select the desired
time zone from the list by turning the right knob and
press it to confirm.
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NEWFOUNDLAND (NST, NDT)
•
ATLANTIC (AST, ADT)
•
EASTERN (EST, EDT)
•
CENTRAL (CST, CDT)
•
MOUNTAIN (MST, MDT)
•
PACIFIC (PST, PDT)
•
ALASKA (AST, ADT)
•
HAWAII (HST)
•
SAMOA (SST)
When you select a time zone from the list above, the
navigation unit will automatically adjust local time from
Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) to the selected time
zone. If you have selected standard time, the display will
show the left three characters from the parentheses in the
list above. If you have selected daylight savings time,
the display will show the right three characters from the
parentheses in the list above.
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Clock Operation
Time Zone Increment/Decrement
Time zone increment/decrement is provided to facilitate
driving through time zones during the course of a trip.
FF
EMVENO
!
!'
!'p !'Q
Q
For example, when traveling from Detroit, MI to
Chicago, IL you pass from Eastern Time to Central
Time. When you pass into the new time zone going west,
press the !'p multifunction key. As seen in the
example below, the time is decreased by one hour for
Chicago time and the display is updated from EST to
CST. When returning to Detroit, simply press the
!'Q multifunction key to return to Eastern time.
FF
EUENO
!
!'
!'p !'Q
Q
Once you select the new time zone, press the right
knob
to confirm the new setting.
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Offsetting the Clock
For those who desire to set the clock fast, the time can be
set forward using the p and Q multifunction
keys. When there is an offset, the upper right corner of
the display will show how many minutes of offset
(5 minutes in the example below). This offset is
maintained when changing time zones. An offset is not
shown if the offset is set to zero.
FF !OO
EMVENT
! !' !'p !'Q
p Q
Increase the offset one minute by pressing the Q
multifunction key. Press the key repeatedly until you
have set the desired number of minutes (up to 59
minutes). If you accidentally set the time too fast,
decrease the offset by repeatedly pressing the p
multifunction key until the desired offset is displayed.
Once you set the offset, press the right knob
to
confirm the new setting.
Radio Mode
Switching to Radio Mode
Press the RADIO button to select radio mode from
navigation mode or CD/Aux mode. The last selected
waveband will be recalled. The display will show the
desired data (frequency, station call letters, time, etc.)
for the last selection.
OFV
M V M F R P
SM
P All changes with radio mode are done through the radio
menu mode. Press the RADIO button again to select
radio menu mode.
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4 4
(5
Selecting the FM Waveband
Press the RADIO button to select radio menu mode.
Press the 4 multifunction key if the unit is currently
on the AM waveband. Once you have selected the FM
waveband, the display will show FM to indicate that you
are in FM mode along with the operational level for FM.
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4 4 ;@ 0: ,.!?;
Select the operational level for FM by repeatedly
pressing the 4 multifunction key. Selection can be
made between Stations Fix, Stations RDS, DAS Seek
Qual., and DAS Seek Name. (See page 76 for
descriptions of each of the operational levels.)
Once you have made your selection, press the RADIO
button to return to radio mode. The unit will time out and
return to radio mode after 8 seconds without pressing a
key. The display will show the desired data (frequency,
station call letters, time, etc.) upon returning to radio
mode.
Channel Selection for FM Operation
The desired station can be selected through station
search, scan search, manual tuning, storing/recalling
stations or dynamic autostore.
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Radio Mode
Station Search
Turn the right knob
left or right. The radio will
display the receivable and identified radio stations in
descending/ascending order.
Scan Search
Press the right knob on the desired waveband to start
the station search.
will be displayed while the radio
is scanning. In the example below, the unit is set to
Stations RDS with the FM frequency shown in the
middle of the display.
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OFV
P The first run is performed on an insensitive level with all
further runs on a sensitive level. Receivable stations can
be heard for 8 seconds. Press the right knob
to stop
the search on the received station.
NOTE: With FM DAS, scan search is conducted in
alphabetical order.
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If you live in an area where RDS/RBDS broadcast is not
available, you may enable FM manual tuning which will
display radio frequencies rather than station type and
call letters according to the procedures under Manual
FM Tuning described next.
Manual FM Tuning
Press the RADIO button to select radio menu mode.
Press the 4 multifunction key repeatedly until
Stations Fix is displayed.
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4 4
(5
Press the (5 multifunction key twice. Next, turn the
right knob . Tuning will take place in increments of
200 kHz.
The display will show that manual tuning is currently
active by replacing the PTY/Frequency/Clock display
with MAN. If the right knob
is not turned within a
short time, MAN will disappear from the display and the
manual tuning will be turned off.
Radio Mode
Storing/Recalling FM Stations
Press the RADIO button to select radio menu mode.
Press the 4 multifunction key repeatedly until
Stations RDS or Stations Fix is displayed. (See page 76
for descriptions of stations fix and stations RDS.)
Storing an FM Station
Up to 12 stations or programs can be stored. In order to
store the desired station or program, press one of
multifunction keys through or through until you hear the confirmation beep.
You can access multifunction keys through
by pressing the \M multifunction key.
Dynamic Autostore (FM-DAS)
Press the RADIO button to select radio menu mode.
Press the 4 multifunction key repeatedly until DAS
Seek Qual. or DAS Seek Name is displayed.
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4 4 ;@ 0: ,.!?;
In the FM DAS mode, the receivable stations are
displayed above the multifunction keys depending on
the settings.
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SM
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Recalling an FM station
Press one of the multifunction keys through
or through for a brief moment. The
stored station will be recalled.
OFV
P The unit is set to display the radio frequency in the above
example.
Set the desired station by pressing the key directly below
the abbreviated call station designation. If the selected
station broadcasts several programs/regional programs,
a submenu is automatically displayed for you to select
the desired program.
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Radio Mode
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!
Y
5; +; LS
FM Mode Options
OFV
P If a program was previously selected that belongs to the
particular transmitter chain, the last stored program
entry will be automatically selected.
The SM multifunction key indicates that additional
stations can be displayed and selected by pressing this
key.
If stations names are being misused to send
advertisements or messages, this station is indicated
with L1, L2, etc. This prevents constant switching in the
lower display line. When a station is selected, it is
identified by a star such as L*1.
The first time the unit is operated, or if the battery had
been disconnected, it may take the radio some time to
evaluate the station signals. The display will appear
incrementally as the evaluation progresses.
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There are options which control the display as well as
radio operation during FM radio operation. Most of
these options apply to stations which transmit RBDS/
RDS signalling.
Program Type Selection (PTY)
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4 4 ;@ 0: ,.!?;
Press the RADIO button to select radio menu mode.
Press the ;@ multifunction key and then press it
repeatedly to select the desired PTY (see page 77 for
more information).
NOTE: PTY is only available in FM-DAS mode and
only those PTYs that are currently available can be
selected. If there are no PTYs available, the display will
show NO PTY.
Once you have made a selection, press the RADIO
button to return to radio mode. The unit will time out and
return to radio mode after 8 seconds without pressing
a key or a button.
Radio Mode
Switching PTY/Frequency/Clock Display
Press the RADIO button to select radio menu mode.
Press the 0: multifunction key to select PTY,
Frequency, or Clock display.
Switching Regionalization On/Off
Press the RADIO button to select radio menu mode.
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4 4 ;@ 0: ,.!?;
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4 4 ;@ 0: ,.!?;
This controls what will be seen in the radio display.
When PTY is selected, PTY will be displayed if
available. If PTY is not available, the time will be
displayed.
When Frequency is selected, the FM station frequency
will be displayed. If no RBDS data is available, the
station frequency will be shown on the left part of the
display and the time will be shown in the center of the
display.
When Clock is selected, the time will be shown in the
middle of the display while the station call letters or
frequency is shown on the left part of the display.
Switch regionalization on or off by repeatedly pressing
the ,. multifunction key.
Regionalization
The RBDS/RDS diversity function is independent of
region. Under these conditions, the RDBS/RDS
diversity function may switch among various regional
programs with different broadcast contents. If this
should be the case, directly select the special regional
sub-program.
If several regional programs are transmitted by one
station, this can only be realized when the station is
selected.
Stations with additional regional programs are indicated
with an asterisk.
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Radio Mode
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Q Q )* 3* LS
OFV
P Upon selection of one of these station, all receivable
regional sub-programs for this station will be displayed.
Select the desired regional sub-program by pressing the
appropriate multifunction key, such as ( .
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OFV
P If, despite the RBDS/RDS diversity function, the
reception quality of a regional sub-program is poor,
understand that regional sub-programs are transmitted
for the most part over only a few frequencies. Therefore,
the unit has fewer frequencies with stronger signals to
switch to.
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Switching Radio Text On/Off
Press the RADIO button to select radio menu mode.
Select the radio text mode by pressing the !?;
multifunction key.
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(+06!,?;0:+0:73(@,+/,9,
4 4 ;@ 0: ,.!?;
The radio filters information from the data transmitted
by the station and displays it in the form of radio text.
Radio text cannot be displayed unless the selected
station transmits radio text. If the station does not
transmit radio text, the display will show “Waiting for
Radiotext...” To exit the radio text level, press the
RADIO button.
Unfavorable reception conditions, including
interference, can garble or even block a radio text
display.
G Warning - Danger of Accident.
DO NOT READ RADIO TEXT WHILE DRIVING!
Please read the radio text only while the vehicle is
parked. Radio text contents change constantly and may
distract the driver.
Radio Mode
Selecting the AM Waveband
Press the RADIO button to select radio menu mode.
Press the 4 multifunction key if the unit is currently
on the FM waveband. Once you have selected the AM
waveband, the display will show that you are in AM
mode and will allow you to select your mode of
operation (autostore on/off and/or manual tuning).
4 4 : (5
Once you have made your selection, press the RADIO
button to return to radio mode. The unit will time out and
return to radio mode after 8 seconds without pressing a
button. The display will show the desired data
(frequency, time, etc.) upon returning to radio mode.
Channel selection works in similar ways as the FM
mode. The station search and scan search are done
exactly like the FM mode described previously in this
section.
The following sections describe AM autostore, manual
AM tuning and storing/recalling AM stations.
AM Autostore
Press the RADIO button to select radio menu mode.
Press the 4 multifunction key if the unit is currently
on the FM waveband.
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4 4 : (5
Press the : multifunction key until Autostore on
appears. Press and hold the : multifunction key
until Seek Autostore appears to activate autostore seek.
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The 6 best received stations will be stored under the
multifunction keys in the order of their reception quality.
In order to quit the autostore memory level, select radio
menu mode as described above and press the :
multifunction key until Autostore Off appears. The unit
will display AM Autostore when pressing the 4
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Radio Mode
multifunction key indicating that autostore is turned on.
Pressing the 4 multifunction key again while
autostore is enable will cause autostore to turn off.
NOTE: The radio will not allow you to manually store
stations while autostore is turned on.
Manual AM Tuning
Press the RADIO button to select radio menu mode.
Press the 4 multifunction key to select AM, unless
it is already displayed.
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Storing/Recalling AM Stations
Press the RADIO button to select radio menu mode.
Press the 4 multifunction key if the unit is not in
AM mode.
Storing an AM station
Up to 12 stations or programs can be stored. In order to
store the desired station or program, press one of the
multifunction keys through or through until you hear the confirmation beep.
You can access through multifunction
keys by pressing the \M multifunction key.
4 : (5
OFV
U T V P
Press the (5 multifunction key twice. Next, turn the
right knob . Tuning will take place in increments of
10 kHz.
The display will show that manual tuning is currently
active by replacing the clock display with MAN. If the
right knob
is not turned within a short time, MAN
will disappear from the display and the manual tuning
will be turned off.
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SM
P Recalling an AM station
Press one of the multifunction keys through
or through for a brief moment. The
stored station will be recalled.
Radio Mode
Traffic Program (TP)
If an RDBS/RDS diversity station transmits TP
announcements, it is possible to have CD, CDC/AUX,
AM operation interrupted so that the transmitted TP
announcements can be played. You can listen to one FM
station while receiving TP announcements from another
FM station.
There are two ways to select a TP transmitter: automatic
tracking and direct programming.
Automatic Tracking
Automatic tracking always uses the current FM station
as the TP station. If the selected FM station has poor
signal quality or cannot function as a TP station, the unit
will apply specified criteria to search for a new TP
station.
Direct Programming
Direct programming makes it possible to have a TP
station different from the current FM station. In this
case, one FM station will be used for audio and another
is used at the same time for TP announcements.
If the reception from the programmed TP transmitter is
poor, the unit switches to automatic tracking until the
programmed TP transmitter is receivable.
If an RBDS/RDS transmitter is equipped with a traffic
program, this is indicated on the display by TP.
An inverted
appears on the display to indicate that
the traffic program is active.
Activating/Quitting the TP Menu
Activating
Press the TP button. Traffic announcements may
not be transmitted.
,+
!7
;( #63
Press the
!7
multifunction key to activate TP.
Quitting
Press the TP button, or the TP menu will
automatically disappear after 8 seconds if no further
operations are performed.
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Radio Mode
Setting Automatic Tracking
In all modes and wavebands, automatic tracking can be
activated by pressing and holding the TP button for
more than 2 seconds. TP can also be switched on/off in
the TP menu. Select TP on using the menu by repeatedly
pressing the !7 multifunction key until TP on
appears in the display.
Selecting/Deleting Direct Programming
Press the TP button to select the TP menu.
Selecting
Press the
;(
multifunction key.
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;( #63
,+
!7
;( #63
Turn TP off using the TP Menu by repeatedly pressing
the !7 multifunction key until TP off appears.
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!7
Select the desired TP station by turning the right knob
and press it to confirm. After a short delay, the selected
station is accepted without further action needed.
Deleting
Press the
multifunction key.
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;( #63
!7
TP is switched off after returning to normal display.
NOTE: If a TP transmitter was already programmed
directly, it will once again be selected as the TP
transmitter.
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;(
;( #63
Select Autoselect with the right knob
and press it to
confirm deletion of direct programming. Direct
programming will be deleted after a short delay without
Radio Mode
further action needed. Quit the TP menu by pressing the
TP
button.
Switching Mute On/Off
After selecting a TP or EON transmitter, the mute
function can be activated by pressing the TP button.
TP Announcement Volume
Press the TP button to select the TP menu. Press the
#63 multifunction key to program the traffic
announce volume.
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!7
;( #63
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!7
;( #63
Thereafter, only traffic announcements and navigation
announcements will be passed through. The mute
function can be cancelled by pressing the TP button
again.
Interrupting TP Announcements
Press the TP button during an announcement.
The current announcement will be interrupted and the
system will automatically be returned to the previously
selected mode.
You can select four different settings (0 - 3) with the
right knob . This means that the volume can be raised
to a fixed value according to the setting.
•
Setting 0: No increase
•
Setting 1: Slight increase
•
Setting 2: Medium increase
•
Setting 3: Strong increase
GWarning - Danger of Accident
TOO HIGH A VOLUME POSES DANGER AND
RISK.
Adjust the volume to a level that will allow you to still
hear traffic noises (horns, sirens, etc.).
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Telephone Operation
You can automatically control your radio during a
cellular call if the cellular telephone is properly
connected to the radio. Select the desired operation from
the user menu (see page 66 for more information).
The display will show the information below. Internal
CD operation is identical to the phone mute operation.
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The radio will be muted when a call is active if Mute is
selected from the user menu. The display will show the
information below. Audio CDs in the internal player will
be paused during the phone call and they will restart
after the call.
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OFV
P While the vehicle ignition is on, the call will be
connected through the radio unit if Audio signal is
selected from the user menu.
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OFV
P The above operation requires that the cellular phone
control and audio, for audio signal, be properly
connected to the radio.
NOTE: Navigation announcement cannot be heard
while phone audio is heard on the radio speakers.
CD Operation
Instructions for Compact Discs (CDs)
Sound interruptions may occur if the CD is dirty. To
ensure optimum sound quality, please do the following:
• Handle the CD only by the edges. Never touch the
playing surface and be sure to keep it clean.
• Protect the CD from strong sunlight and heat sources
such as heaters, etc.
• Clean the CD before playing with a commercially
available cleaning cloth, wiping from the center
outwards. Never use solvents such as alcohol,
thinners or other commercially available cleaners
and anti-static sprays.
• Never stick anything to the CD.
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Inserting/Ejecting CDs
Inserting a CD
Insert the disc into the CD slot with the printed side
upwards. The unit will pull in the CD automatically and
will begin to play the first track on the CD.
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5+ 7; L
M
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OFV
P Ejecting a CD
Press the
button to eject a CD. Remove the CD once
it has been ejected.
NOTE: The CD will not be ejected when the unit is
switched off, but will remain in the CD slot.
Correct
Incorrect
Incorrect
Correct
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CD Operation
Playing an Audio CD
Press the CD button to select CD mode if the
navigation unit is in radio mode or navigation mode.
Press the CD button to select the single CD unit if
the optional CD changer is playing.
The CD player will return to the first track on the CD
when it reaches the end of the last track on the disc. The
unit will display elapsed time for 10 seconds and then
restore the time of day, unless elapsed time is the
selected time mode, when new tracks start.
KL
/ ( U P
5+ 7; L
M
KL
MK !
Scan Search
KL
OFV
P By pressing one of these keys repeatedly, several tracks
can be skipped over in forward or reverse directions.
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If a track has been playing for more than 10 seconds
when the backward skip button is pressed, the unit will
skip back to the beginning of the current track.
Activate the scan search function by pressing right
knob .
will appear in the display.
Track Skip - Forwards/Backwards
Press the skip forward
or skip backward
multifunction key to skip tracks.
Once the last track has been reached in the forward
direction, the unit will switch back to the first track. If
the first track has been reached in the backward
direction, the unit will switch from the first track to the
last track.
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5+ 7; L
M
KL MK !
OFV
P CD tracks will play for 10 seconds each. Stop the scan
search function by pressing the right knob
again.
CD Operation
Fast Forward/Rewind
Activate the fast forward function by pressing the MK
multifunction key. Activate the fast rewind function by
pressing the KL multifunction key. The audio
continues to be heard while going through the track at an
accelerated speed in this mode.
/ ( U P
5+ 7; L
M
KL
MK !
OFV
P Stop the fast forward/rewind by releasing the
multifunction key.
/ ( U P
5+ 7; L
M
KL
MK !
OFV
P Stop the random play function by pressing the
multifunction key again.
5+
Track Repeat
Activate the track repeat function by pressing the 7;
multifunction key. The track currently playing will be
repeated as long as this mode is active. The
multifunction key label Rpt will be displayed inverted
when activated.
Random Play
Activate the random play function by pressing the 5+
multifunction key. The tracks from the current CD will
be played in random order. The multifunction key label
Rnd will be displayed inverted when activated.
/ ( U P
5+ 7; L
M
KL
MK !
OFV
P Stop the track repeat function by pressing the
multifunction key again.
7;
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CD Operation
Time Mode Selection
Selecting AUX Audio
Select elapsed time or time of day by pressing the !
multifunction key. The display will show the current
track time when elapsed time is selected. It will show the
clock when time of day is selected. Elapsed time will
show for 10 seconds any time the CD track changes.
Auxiliary audio, such as a portable DVD player, can be
played through the navigation radio system if there is no
CD changer connected to the system. Press the CD
button until the AUX In display appears to listen to an
auxiliary source, which has been properly connected to
the navigation unit. Press the CD button again to
return to an audio CD. Aux mode must be properly set
up in the user menu (see page 69 for more information).
/ ( U P
5+ 7; L
M
KL
MK !
OFV
P P
Temperature Protection Circuit
The unit is equipped with a temperature protection
circuit to protect the laser diode from excessive heat.
Temp will appear for 8 seconds and the unit will be
switched back to the radio or other audio source upon
activation of the temperature protection circuit.
Single CD operation or CD changer operation can be
used again after a cool down period. The unit will once
again switch back to radio or another audio source if the
temperature is still too high.
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OFV
P CD Changer Operation
The CD changer will be ready for operation as soon as
the filled CD magazine is loaded, if a CD changer is
connected to the navigation unit. Close the sliding tray
after loading the magazine to protect the system from
dust. Further operation is performed using the front
panel controls.
Loading/Ejecting the CD Magazine
To remove the CD magazine, open the sliding cover on
the changer and press the eject button on the changer.
The magazine will be ejected and can be removed.
When inserting CDs in the magazine, please note the
imprint on the magazine so you insert the CDs correctly.
To allow for the fastest possible change of CDs, the
magazine should be loaded successively, beginning with
tray 1.
Playing CDs
Press the CD button. The unit will be in CD changer
mode if CD changer operation was last selected or if
there is no audio CD in the CD player.
Select CD changer operation from CD operation by
pressing the CD button. The last CD played will be
played from the position at which it was left before the
unit was switched off. Loaded CDs can be selected by
turning the right knob .
O !
P
5+7; L
M
KL MK !
OFV
P The next CD # will appear on the display and the next
CD tray will be selected if no CD is loaded in a selected
magazine tray.
NOTE: Incorrectly inserted CDs will not be played. The
display will show “Bad CD #” to indicate which CD is
not working properly.
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CD Changer Operation
The next CD will automatically be selected and played
after the last track of a CD has been played. The CD
changer will cycle back to the first CD in the magazine
after the last track of the last CD in the magazine has
played.
Refer to the CD instructions earlier in this section for
complete CD player operation instructions.
NOTE: The CD function Rpt is not available when
using the CD changer.
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The radio will display “Mech. Err.” if there is a
mechanical problem. Check the CD magazine to make
sure it is properly loaded. If the problem persist, the CD
changer may require service.
User Menu
Requesting/Quitting User Menu
After requesting the user menu, the following basic
settings can be selected according to your personal
preference.
First Level
•
Gal: Speed dependent volume control (GAL)
•
Tel: Telephone characteristics
•
Lcd: LCD display characteristic
•
Led: Security LED
•
M/S: Reception optimization
•
Nav: Navigation announcement mode
The user menu is requested by pressing
the SOUND button for more than 2 seconds.
)AP
(3 !,3 *+ ,+ F (= SM
The second level of the user menu is requested by
pressing the SM multifunction key from the first
level.
The first level can then be requested using the
multifunction key.
LS
Press the SOUND button again to quit the user menu.
Second Level
•
Aux: AUX input behavior
•
Cmp: Compass Display
•
BeV: Beep tone volume
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User Menu
GAL Setting
GAL is a radio control circuit that will automatically
adjust the volume based on the vehicle speed. This
compensates for the driving noise produced at higher
speeds. With GAL, the beginning of volume adjustment
can be specified according to vehicle speed.
Request the user menu and press the (3
multifunction key. With the right knob
select a
number between 0 and +7. The setting will be stored
automatically.
Telephone Mute Characteristics
If you have a telephone system with a hands-free unit
connected to the navigation unit, calls can be conducted
through the radio system. Thus, there is no need for an
additional speaker required for handsfree telephone
systems. However, the signal cables (AF – telephone
input, ground – telephone input and telephone mute)
must be connected to the radio (see pages 74-75).
To select, request the user menu and press the !,3
multifunction key, to select either audio signal or mute.
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(3 !,3 *+ ,+ F (= SM
(3 !,3 *+ ,+ F (= SM
The following is the list of available selections:
•
Mute: Mutes radio audio during phone calls
•
0: No volume increase
•
•
+1: Volume increase will begin at low vehicle speed
Audio Signal: Route phone audio to speakers during
phone calls
•
+7: Volume increase will begin at higher vehicle
speed
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User Menu
Display Setting
Flashing Security Led
The display setting allow you to select from three
different display versions.
The flashing of the LED can be turned on or off with this
function. The LED will flash when the unit is off.
•
Negativ: Negative display setting
•
Positiv: Positive display setting
•
Automatic: Automatic display setting (The display
setting will be positive or negative based on the
vehicle headlamp selection.)
To select a setting, request the user menu and press the
*+ multifunction key to select negativ, positiv, or
automatic. Automatic is controlled using the headlamp
input. The setting will be stored automatically.
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(3 !,3 *+ ,+ F (= SM
NOTE: Since there is a security LED elsewhere in the
vehicle, the LED is normally off.
Request the user menu and press the ,+
multifunction key to select either blinking (Led: on) or
off (Led: off). The setting will be stored automatically.
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(3 !,3 *+ ,+ F (= SM
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User Menu
Reception Optimization (M/S)
You can select between three different reception
optimization settings to suppress reception-dependent
interference and reflections.
Request the user menu and press the F
multifunction key to select Stereo, Mono or Auto.
Navigation Announcement Mode
With this function, you can select how you wish to hear
navigation announcements.
•
only: The audio source being listened to will be
turned off during announcement and the navigation
announcements will be heard with no background
sound. The volume level for navigation
announcement is completely independent of the
volume level for normal audio.
•
mixed: The volume of the current audio source will
be lowered. The navigation announcement will be
set to the same volume as the current audio source
but still adjustable within a range of +/-6 dB. If the
audio source volume is then changed, the navigation
announcement volume will be adjusted accordingly.
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(3 !,3 *+ ,+ F (= SM
•
Auto: Normal operation (The system will switch
from stereo to mono and back depending upon
reception level. It will provide the optimum setting
for almost all reception area).
•
Stereo: Exceptional reception conditions (The unit
will be constantly set to stereo.)
•
Mono: Reception conditions in which reflections
constantly occur (The unit will be constantly set to
mono.)
The setting is stored automatically.
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User Menu
•
independ: The current audio source and the
navigation announcements can be set to different
levels. Both the current audio source and the
navigation announcement will be heard
simultaneously at their selected volumes.
To select, request the user menu and press the
multifunction key to make your selection.
3&E*&5"!
(3 !,3 *+ ,+ F (= SM
The setting will be stored automatically.
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AUX Input (Auxiliary)
The auxiliary input can be used when no CD changer is
connected to the navigation unit. The audio source must
be properly connect to the AF connections on the rear of
the radio in order to listen to the audio on the speaker
system (see pages 74-75 connection instructions). The
navigation unit can then be programmed to allow you to
listen to the external audio source.
To select, request the user menu and press the SM
multifunction key to request the second level of the user
menu. Press the <? multifunction key to select either
AUX Mode on or AUX Mode off.
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<? 47 ,#
LS
The setting will be stored automatically.
When AUX Mode is on, the CD function can be used to
select auxiliary audio (see page 62).
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User Menu
Display Compass
Beep Volume (BeV)
A compass can be shown on the right side of the display
when the route guidance is not active.
The volume of signal tones (e.g. storage confirmation)
can be set.
To select, request the user menu. Press the SM
multifunction key to request the second level of the user
menu. Press the 47 multifunction key to select either
show compass or hide compass.
To select, request the user menu and press the SM
multifunction key to request the second level of the user
menu. Press the ,# multifunction key. With the right
knob
select either 0 (Low) or +5 (Loud).
If the compass display is switched off and route
guidance is not currently active, radio station
abbreviations can be assigned to 9 multifunction keys in
FM - DAS mode.
3,9;,,7
""-,)FAQ
<? 47 ,#
LS
The setting will be stored automatically.
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<?47 ,#
LS
The setting will be stored automatically.
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Service Menu
Request/Quit Service Menu
The service menu allows the service technician to view
radio characteristics. The following information can be
called up in the service menu.
•
Model-No.: Displays model number
•
Serial-No.: Displays serial number
•
Changer Reset: Function not implemented
•
GAL: Displays current GAL adjustment
•
CD: Serial Number
•
Radio Software: Displays Radio software version
•
Radio Bolo: Displays radio Bolo version
•
Navi Rom: Displays Navi Rom/Lib version
•
Navi Flash: Displays Navi Flash version
•
RTC Value: Displays RTC value
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?; 9=5+
Select individual items by pressing the ?; or 9=
multifunction keys. You may also use the right knob
to view items.
To exit the service menu, press the
key
5+
multifunction
Select the service menu by pressing the NAV button
and multifunction key 10 at the same time during radio
mode.
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Service Menu
System Calibration
If the calibration has been accidently erased, the system
will prompt you to calibrate the vehicle. The following
screen will appear when this occurs.
" Y
Then, confirm the warning message indicating that you
have read and understood this user’s guide.
# !
@
!
NOTE: Insert the navigation CD if requested by the
system.
Next, select a language with the right knob and press
it to confirm your selection (see page 40 for more
information).
Press the right knob
confirmation.
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again to confirm the language
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&" " !
! "! ! "Y
You must press the right knob
to confirm receipt of
this message before continuing with this procedure.
Service Menu
Triggering Reset
Calibrate the System
! ! !B
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q& p q ! !O
O O
O Y$
The system will calibrate automatically as you drive
your vehicle. When calibration is complete, the main
navigation menu or destination menu will appear on the
display.
If a malfunction of the unit should occur that renders the
unit inoperable, or if the unit is defective in any other
way, trigger a restart of the internal unit software (reset)
by pressing the first multifunction key, the third
multifunction key and the TP button at the same
time.
The navigation CD must be inserted after the reset of the
unit software to reconfigure the navigation operation.
NOTE: The vehicle should be in an area without
obstructions for better satellite reception.
If the system does not calibrate, see your dealer.
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Connection Instructions
Warning! Battery (+) and ignition (+) must always be connected separately to prevent increased power consumption when the
Connection Instructions
Connection Instructions
unit is switched off. Connection socket A is not the same for all vehicle types. Therefore, always measure voltages before
installation.
Socket A
Socket B
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
6
7
8
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Speed Signal (GAL)
Reversing lamp signal
Telephone mute/clearing function
Battery (+) - 12 V unswitched positive line
Control output (12 V sw) for power
antenna/amplifier
Illumination (headlamp on/off signal)
Ignition (+) - 12 V switched positive signal
Ground (-)
Loudspeaker right rear +
Loudspeaker right rear Loudspeaker right front +
Loudspeaker right front Loudspeaker left front +
Loudspeaker left front Loudspeaker left rear +
Loudspeaker left rear -
Connection Instructions
Socket C
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Line Out left rear
Line Out right rear
AF Ground
Line Out left front
Line Out right front
Subwoofer Line Out
Control output (12V sw) for CD changer
Battery (+) - 12 V unswitched for CD changer
Ground (-) - for CD changer
ACP A - for CD changer
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
ACP B - for CD Changer
Reserved
AF -Telephone audio input (+)
AF - Telephone audio input (-) - Ground
Service Bus - TXD
Service Bus - RXD
Battery (+) 12 V unswitched
AF - CD audio ground (Aux In Ground)
AF - CD left audio in (Aux In Left)
AF - CD right audio in (Aux In Right)
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General Information
RBDS System
This radio is capable of receiving RBDS signals (RBDS
= Radio Broadcast Data System) in the VHF range (FM
band). RBDS is a technology for transmitting inaudible
information in the VHF broadcasting range. This means
that the station broadcast information which can be
evaluated by the car radio (e.g station call letters, song
titles, etc.).
Stations Fix Level
On level Stations Fix, frequencies can be assigned to the
station multifunction keys. There is no RBDS
evaluation. The search on Stations Fix is equivalent to
manual FM tuning (see page 48).
RBDS Stations Level
On level Stations RDS, only identified RBDS stations
can be saved. The unit constantly switches to the best
receivable transmission frequency for the station.
During search for Stations RDS, the unit will stop only
at identifiable stations.
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DAS Seek Qual. Level
On level DAS Seek Qual., all receivable and identifiable
RBDS programs are stored in a list according to their
quality. The dynamic autostore, search and scan search
functions use this list.
DAS Seek Name Level
On level DAS Seek Name, all receivable and
identifiable RBDS programs are stored in a list sorted
alphabetically by name. The dynamic autostore, search
and scan search functions use this list.
General Information
PTY (Program Type)
Specific types of programs can be selected using the PTY function. The PTY is transmitted by the RBDS station,
provided this function is installed at the station transmitter. You can display the selected transmitter’s program type or
perform a search for a specific PTY transmission.
The following lists some of the program types:
NEWS
SOFT
INFORM
NOSTALGA
SPORTS
JAZZ
TALK
CLASSICL
ROCK
R&B
CLS ROCK
SOFT R&B
News
Easy listening
Information programs
Nostalgia
Sports news
Jazz
Talk
Classical
Rock
R&B
Classic rock
R&B
ADLT HIT
LANGUAGE
SOFT ROCK
REL MUSIC
TOP 40
REL TALK
COUNTRY
PERSONLTY
OLDIES
PUBLIC
WEATHER
PTY 24 - PTY 28
Adult contemporary
Language
Soft rock
Religious music
Top 40
Religious Talk
Country
Personality
Oldies
Public
Weather forecast
Not specified
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Technical Data
Wavebands:
FM 87.9 MHz - 108 MHz
AM 530 kHz - 1700 kHz
Frequency range:
20 Hz - 20 kHz for CD operations
30 Hz - 15 kHz for FM
50 Hz - 2.5 kHz for AM
Audio Output power:
4 x 18 Watt
Line cross section:
min. 0.75 mm²
Loudspeaker impedance;
min. 4 Ω
Line out:
4 x analog Line Out (Va max 3Veff at 10 kΩ)
GAL:
In order to utilize the GAL, a square wave voltage with a mass-related
amplitude of +4 V - +12 V must come from the electronic tachometer of
the vehicle. Volume increase takes places in 7 increments of 2.5 dB each.
Antenna:
Impedance 50 Ω
AF-Telephone input:
Max. input voltage of 8 V (if interference occurs, a commercially available 1: 1
transmitter should be connected to the signal lead).
Telephone Mute:
Low active level < 2 Volt
AUX Input:
16 KΩ Input resistance, max. input voltage 1.7 Veff
Supply voltage:
12 Volt
CD Connection:
CD Changers supporting the ACP bus must be used.
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Regulatory Notice
Dear Listener,
In conformance with current US guidelines, anyone may operate this radio receiver.
This unit conforms to the current valid US or harmonized national regulations. The designation is your guarantee that
the unit conforms to the applicable specifications concerning electromagnetic compatibility. Interference caused by
your unit affecting other electrical/electronic devices, as well as interfering influences on your unit from other
electrical/electronic devices, are largely prevented.
Current valid designations are:
-
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules.
Operation is subject to the condition that this device does not cause harmful interference.
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This product complies with DHHS rules 21 CFR subchapter J applicable to the date of manufacture.
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