2010 Pilot Technology Reference Guide

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Information
Display/MID
Information Display (models without navigation)
Consists of several displays that provide you with useful information.
Accessing Information Display
Information Displays
Once you start the engine, the display shows your
last active display screen from the previous drive
cycle.
Odometer, outside
temperature*
Odometer, estimated
range with remaining
fuel
To toggle between the different displays, press
the select/reset knob repeatedly.
Trip meter (A and B),
current and average
fuel economy.
Odometer, oil life
* if equipped
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Multi-Information Display (MID) (models with navigation)
Once you start the engine, the MID shows
the last active display screen from the
previous drive cycle.
To toggle between the different displays,
press either Info button (/).
Info
Buttons
SEL/RESET
Button
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MID Main Displays
Each MID display has sub-displays, some of which can be customized.
Compass, odometer,
and total travel
distance
Keyless Memory
SettingsTM
Trip computer
HandsFreeLink®
Tire pressure monitor
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MID Sub-displays
Once a main display is selected, press the SEL/RESET button to access the sub-displays.
Main
Displays
SubDisplays
See “Customize Settings”
in your owner’s manual
for details
Press the
Info button
Info
Buttons
Press the
SEL /RESET
button
SEL/RESET
Button
See the HandsFreeLink
section of your owner’s
manual for details
Information
Display/MID
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Voice Command/
HFL/Navigation
Voice Command
Using the Voice Command System
To reduce driver distraction, use voice commands for hands-free calling, navigation, audio, and climate
control functions. A full list of these commands is in the navigation system manual.
HFL Talk button: Give HFL commands
or answer incoming calls.
NAVI Talk button:
Give navigation, audio,
and climate control
commands.
NAVI Back button:
Cancel a command or
return to the previous
screen.
HFL Back button: End a call, go back to
the previous command, or cancel an
operation.
Voice Command Tips:
• Press and release the HFL or NAVI Talk button, wait for a
beep, then give a command.
• For a list of available HFL commands, press and release the
HFL Talk button and say "Hands-free help."
• For a list of available navigation commands, press and
release the NAVI Talk button and say "Voice command help."
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• Speak in a clear, natural voice.
• Reduce all background noise.
• Adjust the dashboard and side
vents away from the microphone in
the ceiling.
• Close the windows.
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Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® (if equipped)
Pairing Your Phone
Press and release the HFL Talk button before you give a command.
1 Enable “Discovery” or “Search” mode on
your Bluetooth-compatible phone.
Has a phone been paired to the system
before?
The system gives you
information about
pairing a phone for
the first time.
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2
Say “Phone
setup.”
3
Say “Pair.”
HFL gives you a four-digit pairing code.
This code also appears on the MID.
HFL searches for your phone, and you must
search for a Bluetooth device on your
phone as well. When HFL finds your phone,
your phone prompts you to connect to HFL.
Was connection successful?
NO
Enter the code from step 4 on your
phone when your phone prompts you.
Was pairing successful?
NO
YES
YES
Repeat step 2-5.
6
YES
NO
5
HFL asks you to name the phone. For
example, say “Mary’s phone.”
Your phone is now paired to HFL. The
system exits out of the HFL menu.
For more information or troubleshooting,
call HFL consumer support at (888)
528-7876, visit handsfreelink.honda.com, or
see your owner’s manual for details.
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Making a Call
1. Press the HFL
Talk button.
2. Say “Call” or
“Dial” and the
desired phone
number.
3. Press the HFL
Talk button, and
say “Call” or
“Dial” to continue.
4. The call is
connected and
heard through the
vehicle’s speakers.
Receiving a Call
1. A notification is heard, and
“INCOMING CALL” and
the phone number appear
on the MID.
2. Press the HFL Talk
button to accept the call.
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3. Press the HFL Back button
to end or decline the call.
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Navigation (if equipped)
Entering a Destination Using Voice Commands
Press and release the NAVI Talk button before you give a command.
1
Say “Display menu.”
2
Say “Address.”
3
Say “City” (or “Change state” if
necessary).
4
Say the name of the city you want, or
say “Current city” to select the city
currently shown.
5
A list of city names appears. Say
the number listed next to the city you
want to select.
6
Say the street name. Do not include
the direction (N, S, E, W) or type
(St., Ave., Blvd., etc.).
7
A list of street names appears. Say
the number listed next to the street
you want to select.
8
Say the entire street address number.
For example, “1-2-5-0.”
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The system calculates the route
and displays the “Calculate route to”
screen. Say “OK” to set the route.
Note: Entering destinations can also be done manually
with the Interface Dial from the Menu screen.
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Entering a Destination Using the “Find Nearest” Command
Try these simple steps to find a nearby point of interest, such as a gas station, movie theater, restaurant, etc.
Press and release the NAVI Talk button before you give a command.
1. Say “Find nearest ATM.”
3. Say the number you want to select.
2. A list of the nearest ATMs are
displayed by shortest distance to
destination.
4. The system calculates the route and
displays the “Calculate route to” screen.
Say “OK” to set the route.
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Commonly Used Voice Commands
Here are some examples of commonly used voice commands. Try some of these to familiarize yourself with
the voice command system.
Press and release the NAVI Talk button before you give a command.
Look for Restaurants in Your Location
Say a command like “Display Chinese restaurants” to
see restaurant icons appear on the map.
Adjust the Vehicle’s Climate Setting
Say a command like “Air conditioner on” and “Fan
speed 4” to adjust the setting to your liking.
Make Audio Selections
Say a command like “Radio 97.1 FM” or “CD play
track 5” to select that station or song.
Get Estimated Distance to Destination
After a destination is entered, say “How far to
destination?” to hear the remaining distance.
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Commonly Used Voice Commands (continued)
Press and release the NAVI Talk button before you give a command.
General Commands
Navigation Commands
(Accepted on most screens
to change displays)
• Display map
• Display menu
• Setup
(Accepted on Map screen
after a destination is entered)
• Information
• Display audio screen
• What time is it?
• How long/far to the destination?
• Display destination
• Display entire route
Find Place Commands
Display Commands
(Accepted on Map screen)
• Find nearest:
- ATM
- gas station
- Mexican
restaurant
- post office
-
bank
Honda dealer
airport
hospital
(Accepted on Map screen)
• Display (or hide):
- ATM
- gas station
- Mexican
restaurant
- post office
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• Display north up/
heading up
• Zoom in/out
• Go home
• Display current
location
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Commonly Used Voice Commands (continued)
Press and release the NAVI Talk button before you give a command.
Audio Commands
(Accepted on most screens)
• Radio on
• Radio # FM/AM
• Radio preset
1/2/3/4/5/6
• XM channel #
•
•
•
•
•
XM preset 1/2/3/4/5/6
CD play
CD play track/disc #
CD skip forward/back
Auxiliary (AUX) play
Setup Commands
(Accepted on the Setup screen)
• Brightness up/down • Interface dial
feedback on/off
• Volume up/down/
• Guidance prompts
min/max/off
min/max/normal
Voice Command/
HFL/Navigation
Climate Control Commands
(Accepted on most screens)
• Fan speed up/down
• Air conditioner
• Temperature #
on/off
degrees (# = 57–87)
• Rear defrost on/off
• Temperature max
• Climate control
hot/cold
recirculate/fresh air
Help Commands
(Accepted on most screens)
• Help (list of available commands for current
screen)
• Voice command help (list of all available
navigation, audio, and climate control
commands)
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Advanced Audio
Components
Playing an iPod® or USB Flash Memory Device (models with navigation)
Some of the same controls used to operate your in-dash CD player can also operate some iPods or USB
flash memory devices.
Connecting and Beginning Play
1. Open the center console, and pull out the
USB adapter cable.
3. Push the CD/AUX button to begin playing.
USB Adapter Cable
USB Connector
2. Connect your USB connector to your flash
drive or iPod dock connector.
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Rear Entertainment System (RES) (if equipped)
With the rear entertainment system (RES) and wireless headphones, the rear passengers can enjoy a
different entertainment source than the front seat occupants.
Operating the RES from the Front Seat
3. Press the REAR SOURCE button to hear
1. Press the REAR PWR button. Rear
what is currently playing in the rear.
passengers will hear audio through the
wireless headphones.
2. Press the REAR CTRL OFF button to disable
rear audio controls.
4. After selecting an entertainment source for the
rear passengers, press the FRONT SOURCE
button to return to the front audio controls.
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Operating the RES from the Rear Seat
1. Press the REAR PWR button from the front
audio panel, then press the PWR button on
the rear control panel to turn on the RES.
3. Use the () () () () buttons to navigate
the menu on the display. Press the ENT
button to select a function.
2. Press AM/FM, XM, CD, or DVD/AUX to make
a selection.
4. The rear control panel can be detached and
used as a remote control. Press the
RELEASE button to remove it from the ceiling.
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Text Data Display Function (LX, EX, and EX-L)
For music CDs recorded with text data.
LX model shown
• Press the TITLE button to display the album, press it again to display the artist, and press once
more to display the track name.
• MP3 and WMA formats also show the folder when TITLE is pressed, and the file name when pressed
again.
Advanced Audio
Components
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Rearview Camera/
Parking Sensors
Rearview Camera and Monitor (EX-L and Touring models)
The display shows a view behind the vehicle.
To Turn the Camera On
1. Shift into Reverse (R).
2. The rear view is shown in the display area.
EX-L models
Touring models
To Turn the Display Off
All models: Shift out of Reverse.
EX-L models: Press the monitor on/off button
while in Reverse with your foot on the brake.
Press again to turn back on.
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Parking Sensor System (Touring models)
Warns you of the proximity between your vehicle and nearby surrounding objects when parking or in Reverse.
To Turn the System On and Off
Press the parking sensor button. A
light appears when the system is on.
How It Works
When the system senses an object, an indicator appears in the
MID and a beep sounds. As you get closer to an object, the
beep rate increases.
Corner Sensors
Within about 24 in. (60 cm)
Corner Sensor Indicator
Rear Center Sensors
Within about 40 in. (1 m)
Rear Center Sensor Indicator
Rearview Camera/
Parking Sensors
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About This Technology Reference Guide
Fuel Recommendation
This Technology Reference Guide has been prepared to help you
get quickly acquainted with your new Honda, and to provide reference instructions on driving controls and convenience items.
• Use only unleaded gasoline of
87 octane or higher.
• Some gasoline in North America
contains MMT, a manganese-based
fuel additive. Prolonged and consistent
use of gasoline containing MMT can
deteriorate your vehicle’s performance,
fuel economy, and the emissions
control system. Always use MMT-free
gasoline if alternatives exist. Failures
caused by use of gasoline containing
MMT may not be covered under
warranty.
However, this guide is not intended as a substitute for the
Owner’s Manual. For complete information on operating the
vehicle safely, please refer to the Owner’s Manual.
As with the Owner’s Manual, this guide covers all models of the
Honda Pilot. Therefore, you may find descriptions of equipment
and features that are not on your particular model.
Safety Reminder
Your vehicle is equipped with airbags. Airbags do not replace
your seat belts; they add to the protection offered by seat belts.
Airbags can help protect you in some types of collisions, but they
do not provide protection in all collisions.
Always make sure you and your passengers wear seat belts, and
that young children are properly secured in a child seat or
booster in the rear seat. Never place an infant seat in the front
passenger’s seat as the force of a deploying airbag can seriously
injure an infant.
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• For further important information on
fuel and lubricants for your car and
information on gasoline that does
not contain MMT, contact your
dealer or visit Owner Link at
www.hondacars.com.
2010 Honda Pilot Technology Reference Guide
© 2009 American Honda Co., Inc. - All Rights Reserved
Printed in U.S.A.
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