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TECHNOLOGY
REFERENCE
GUIDE
31TP6Q20
00X31-TP6-Q200
owners.honda.com
2012 Honda Crosstour Technology Reference Guide
©2011 American Honda Motor Co., Inc. — All Rights Reserved
Printed in U.S.A.
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TECHNOLOGY REFERENCE GUIDE
The Technology Reference Guide is designed to help you get
INSTRUMENT PANEL p. 4
acquainted with your new Honda and provide basic
BLUETOOTH ®
HANDSFREELINK ® p. 20
features.
VOICE RECOGNITION p. 12
instructions on some of its technology and convenience
This guide is not intended as a substitute for the Owner’s
Manual. For complete information on vehicle controls and
operation, please refer to the respective sections in the
Owner’s Manual.
AUDIO p. 23
As with the Owner’s Manual, this guide covers all trim levels
of the Crosstour. Therefore, you may find descriptions of
equipment and features that are not on your particular
vehicle.
Auto Door Locks .....................................................................................................2
Instrument Panel Indicators ...................................................................................4
Information Display ..................................................................................................6
Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)...........................................................7
Driving Position Memory System (DPMS)* .........................................................8
Rearview Camera .....................................................................................................9
Reverse Tilt Door Mirrors* ..................................................................................10
HomeLink®* ..............................................................................................................11
Voice Recognition...................................................................................................12
NAVIGATION p. 18
Navigation* ...............................................................................................................18
Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® (HFL)........................................................................20
iPod® or USB Flash Drive .....................................................................................23
Fuel Fill Door...........................................................................................................24
Hidden Removable Utility Box ............................................................................25
Compact Spare Tire ...............................................................................................26
Owner Link..............................................................................................................28
Safety Reminder......................................................................................................29
Fuel Recommendation...........................................................................................29
*if equipped
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AUTO DOOR LOCKS
Default Lock Setting
Program how and when the vehicle doors automatically lock and unlock.
Programming the Auto Door Unlock Setting
To program all doors to unlock when you shift to Park:
1. Close the driver’s door. Shift into
Park.
3. Press and hold the unlock side of
the master lock switch for about 10
seconds. In that time, you will hear
three clicks.
2. Turn the ignition switch to ON (II).
4.Within 5 seconds, turn the ignition
switch to LOCK (0).
The doors are preset to
lock when your vehicle
reaches about 10 mph.
Programmable Auto Door Lock/Unlock Settings
Default Unlock Setting
Below are the options you can choose. See Auto Door Locking/Unlocking in your Owner’s
Manual for instructions on programming these settings.
AUTO DOOR LOCK
Auto Lock
When you
reach 10 mph
When you shift
out of Park
Turn off
Auto Lock
Only the driver’s door is
preset to unlock when
you shift into Park (P).
Operate manually
AUTO DOOR UNLOCK
Auto Unlock
(all doors)
Auto Unlock
(only driver’s
door)
When you turn When you shift
the ignition OFF
into Park
When you turn When you shift
the ignition OFF
into Park
Turn off
Auto Unlock
Operate manually
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INSTRUMENT PANEL INDICATORS
Briefly appear with each engine start. Red and amber indicators are most critical.
Blue and green indicators are used for general information.
Malfunction Indicators
On/Off Indicators
If an indicator remains on, there may be a problem; see your dealer
Charging system
ABS (anti-lock brake system)
Low oil pressure
Malfunction indicator lamp
Low brake fluid, Brake system
SRS (supplemental restraint system)
PASSENGER AIRBAG OFF
Fog lights* on
(check engine light)
SIDE AIRBAG OFF
Immobilizer
Flashes: improperly coded key;
use correct key
VSA® (vehicle stability assist)
VSA OFF
Headlights on
CRUISE CONTROL on
Turn signals/hazards on
CRUISE MAIN on
High beams on
(above Hazard Warning button)
DRL (daytime running lights)
TPMS (tire pressure monitoring system)
Condition Indicators
Action is needed by driver
Parking brake on:
Release
Low fuel:
Refill
Seat belt reminder:
Fasten seat belt(s)
Maintenance MinderTM:
Make dealer appointment
Door/Tailgate open:
Close door(s) / tailgate
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Low tire pressure:
Add air
ECO
Fuel economy on
*
if equipped
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INFORMATION DISPLAY
TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM (TPMS)
Consists of several displays that provide you with useful information.
Monitors the vehicle’s tire pressures.
Accessing the Information Display
How It Works
Each tire valve stem
contains a TPMS sensor.
When you start the engine, the
information display shows your
last active selection from the
previous drive cycle.
When the tire pressure drops
significantly below recommended
levels, the low tire pressure
indicator comes on.
To toggle between the different
displays, press and release the
select/reset knob repeatedly.
Information Displays
If the TPMS indicator appears,
there may be a problem with
the system. See your dealer.
What to Do
1. Visually inspect the tires for
damage.
Odometer, Trip meter A
Oil life
Outside temperature*,
Trip meter A
2. Use a tire air pressure gauge to
check which tire(s) have low
pressure.
Outside temperature ,
Trip meter B
3. Inflate the tire(s), if necessary,
to the recommended pressures
listed on the label on the
driver’s doorjamb.
*
*
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if equipped
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DRIVING POSITION MEMORY SYSTEM (DPMS) (if equipped)
Store a driver's seat and mirror position into memory for each remote transmitter.
Programming DPMS
1. Turn the ignition switch to ON (II).
Shift into Park (P).
REARVIEW CAMERA
For added convenience, the area behind your vehicle is displayed to help you navigate
while backing up.
How It Works
3. Press the SET button. You will
hear a beep.
• When you shift into Reverse (R), a real-time image of the area behind your
vehicle is shown in the navigation display, along with helpful parking guide lines.
• The display turns off when you shift out of Reverse.
Models without navigation
2. Adjust your preferred seat and
outside mirror settings.
4. Press the memory button
corresponding to the remote
(1 or 2) you are using. You will
hear two beeps.
Turning the Guide Lines On or Off
Models without navigation
Press and hold the power button for
3 seconds. Repeat to turn back on.
Models with navigation
Models with navigation
Press and hold CANCEL for 3
seconds. Repeat to turn back on.
Note: A stored memory position is linked to the corresponding keyless remote (1 or 2).
Each item begins to adjust when you unlock the driver’s door with the remote and enter
the vehicle.
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REVERSE TILT DOOR MIRRORS (if equipped)
HOMELINK ® (if equipped)
When you shift into Reverse (R), you can tilt either outside door mirror down slightly
to improve your view as you parallel park. Shifting out of Reverse returns the tilted
mirror to its original position.
The HomeLink Universal Transceiver can be programmed to operate up to three
remote-controlled devices around your home, such as garage doors, lighting, or home
security systems.
How It Works
• To tilt the driver’s door
mirror, move the
mirror selector switch
to the left (L) position.
• To tilt the passenger’s
side door mirror, move
the mirror selector
switch to the right (R)
position.
• To turn the feature off,
move the switch to the
middle position.
Training a Button
1
2
Position the remote transmitter you
wish to link 1–3 inches from the
HomeLink button you want to program.
Press and hold the desired
HomeLink button and the button on
the remote transmitter.
3
Does the device (garage door opener) work?
NO
4
Does the HomeLink indicator (LED) blink at a
faster rate after about 10 seconds?
NO
a
YES
Press and hold the button on the
remote and the HomeLink button at
the same time. Then, while
continuing to hold the HomeLink
button, press and release the button
on the remote every 2 seconds.
Does the LED blink at a faster rate within 20
seconds?
NO
Press and hold the programmed
HomeLink button for about a
second.
Press and hold
the HomeLink
button again.
YES
Training
complete
HomeLink indicator
HomeLink LED
flashes for 2 seconds, remains on.
then remains on.
a
The remote has a rolling code.
Press the “learn” button on the
remote-controlled device (e.g.,
garage door opener).
b
Within 30 seconds, press and
hold the programmed HomeLink
button for 2 seconds.
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Press the programmed HomeLink
button again; the remote-controlled
device should operate.
YES
If you have any problems programming HomeLink, see the owner’s manual included
with the device you are trying to program, call HomeLink at (800) 355-3515, or
visit www.homelink.com.
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VOICE RECOGNITION
Key Functions by Voice Command
Control four different systems with the steering wheel buttons and the ceiling
microphone.
HFL Talk button: Give HFL commands or
answer incoming calls.
To keep your eyes on the road and hands on the wheel, use voice commands for
hands-free calling, navigation, audio, and climate control. For a full list of commands,
say “Information” and “Voice Command Help.”
NAVIGATION*
p. 16
BLUETOOTH ® HANDSFREELINK®
p. 18
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.
AUDIO*
p. 15
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 “Help.”
• 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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CLIMATE*
p. 15
*These systems can be controlled by voice if your vehicle is equipped with a navigation system.
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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.
Locate Points of Interest
Make Audio Selections
Say a command like “Display
restaurant” to see restaurant
icons appear on the map.
Say a command like “Radio 97.1
FM” to select that station.
Say a command like “Display gas
stations” to see gas station icons
appear on the map.
Say a command like “CD play
track 1” to hear that song on a
currently inserted CD.
Press and release the Navi Talk button before you give a command.
Get Navigation Route
Information
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Press and release the Navi Talk button before you give a command.
Press and release the Navi Talk button before you give a command.
Adjust the Vehicle’s
Climate Setting
After a destination is entered,
say “How far to the destination?”
to hear the remaining distance.
Say a command like “Air
conditioner on” to start the
air conditioning system.
Say “Display entire route” to see
the routing method the system
mapped for your destination.
Say a command like “Fan speed
4” to adjust the fan speed.
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Commonly Used Voice Commands (Continued)
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.
General Commands
(Accepted on most screens to change
displays)
• Display map
• Display menu
• Information
• Display audio screen
• What time is it?
Find Place Commands
(Accepted on Map screen)
• Find nearest:
- ATM
- Honda dealer
- gas station - airport
- Mexican
- hospital
restaurant - bank
- post office
Navigation Commands
(Accepted on Map screen)
• How long/far to the destination?
• Display destination map
• Display entire route
Display Commands
(Accepted on Map screen)
• Display (or hide):
- ATM
- gas station
- restaurant
- post office
• Display north up/heading up
• Zoom in/out
• Go home
• Display current location
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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 Setup screen)
• Brightness up/down
• Volume up/down/min/max/off
• Interface dial feedback on/off
• Guidance prompts
min/max/normal
Climate Control Commands
(Accepted on most screens)
• Air conditioner on/off
• Rear defrost on/off
• Climate control recirculate/
fresh air
• Fan speed up/down
• Temperature # degrees
(# = 57–87)
• Temperature max hot/cold
Help Commands
(Accepted on most screens)
• Help (list of available commands
for current screen)
• Voice command help - from
INFO screen (list of all
available navigation, audio, and
climate control commands)
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NAVIGATION (if equipped)
Entering a Destination Using Voice Commands
Set a destination using a street address. For other destination options, see your
Navigation Manual.
Press and release the Navi Talk button before you give a command.
1. Say “Display menu.”
Say “Address.”
2. Say “Street,” then say the street
name on the next screen. Do
not include the direction (N, S, E,
W) or type (St.,Ave., Blvd., etc.).
4. Say the entire street address
number. For example, “1-2-3-4.”
5. If the street address is in more
than one city, a list of city names
appears. Say the number next to
the city you want to select.
Real-time navigation system uses GPS and a map database to show your current
location and help guide you to a desired destination.
Using the Find Nearest Command
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. From the map screen, say “Find
nearest ATM.”
3. Say the number next to the
destination you want to select.
2. A list of the nearest ATMs in
your area is displayed by
shortest distance to destination.
4. The system displays the
“Calculate route to” screen.
Say “OK” to set the route.
Map Screen Legend
3. A list of street names appears.
Say the number next to the
street you want to select.
6. The system displays the
“Calculate route to” screen. Say
“OK” to set the route.
Direction of destination
Distance to go
Time to go
Calculated route
Current vehicle
location
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BLUETOOTH ® HANDSFREELINK ®
Pairing Your Phone
Place and receive phone calls through your vehicle’s audio system. Visit
handsfreelink.honda.com to check if your phone is compatible.
Making a Call
Press and release the HFL Talk button before you give a command.
1. Press the HFL Talk button.
3. Say “Call” or “Dial” to continue.
2. Say “Call” or “Dial” and the
desired phone number.
4. The call is connected and heard
through the vehicle’s speakers.
*model with navigation shown
HFL Talk button: Give HFL
commands or answer incoming calls.
HFL Back button: End a call, go back
to the previous command, or cancel an
operation.
Press and release the HFL Talk button before you give a command.
1. Enable “Discovery” or
“Search” mode on your
compatible phone.
2. Say “Phone setup,” then say
“Pair.”
3. HFL gives you a four-digit
code that appears on the
audio display.
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4. Search for HandsFreeLink
from your phone, and enter
the code when prompted.
Connect to HFL.
5. HFL asks you to name the
phone. For example, say
“Mary’s phone.” The phone is
now added.
Receiving a Call
1. A notification is heard and
the incoming phone number
appears on the audio display.
2. Press the HFL Talk button to
accept the call.
3. Press the HFL Back button to
end or decline the call.
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HFL Phonebook
Store up to 50 names and their phone numbers, which can be used
as speed dials.
Press and release the HFL Talk button before you give a command.
1. Say “Phonebook.”
2. Say “Store.”
3. Say the name of the contact,
and then the phone number.
IPOD ® OR USB FLASH DRIVE
Play audio files from your compatible iPod or USB flash drive through your vehicle’s
audio system.
Connecting Devices and Playing Audio Files
1. Open the center console, and pull
out the USB adapter cable.
3. Press AUX to begin playing.
2. Connect the USB connector to your
iPod dock connector or flash drive.
4. To change tracks, press the SKIP ()
or () buttons.
4. To call a contact once an entry
is stored, say “Call Mike.”
Cellular Phonebook* (models with navigation)
Import your entire cell phone’s address book to the navigation system.
Press and release the Navi Talk button before you give a command.
1. Say “Display information.”
Say “Cellular phone.”
3. HFL begins to import your
contacts to the system.
2. Say “Import Cellular Phonebook.”
4. To call a contact, say “Search
Imported Phonebook” and select
the name and number.
*not available on all phones
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iPod is a registered trademark of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. iPod not included.
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HIDDEN REMOVABLE UTILITY BOX
Easy-to-use locking fuel door keeps your fuel cap secure.
Removable and washable utility box provides extra storage and access to tool kit and jack.
Opening the Fuel Fill Door
Removing the Utility Box
When you unlock the driver’s door,
the fuel door unlocks.
1. Lift the removable tray using
the handle.
3. Secure the anchors to the
designated hooks located on the
side panels.
2. Remove the side anchors attached
to the tray.
4. Lift the utility box out from its
compartment using the side handles.
To open, push and release the fuel
door in the area shown until it pops
open.
Closing the Fuel Fill Door
Push the fuel door until it is flush
with the body.
When you lock the driver’s door, the
fuel door locks.
NOTE: If you lock the doors while
the fuel door is open, you must
unlock the doors to close the fuel
door.
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The utility box also includes two
removable dividers for added storage
options, located behind each handle.
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COMPACT SPARE TIRE
Removing the Spare Tire
1. Open the tailgate. Raise the
removable tray and flip it over so the
carpeted side faces you.
4. Attach the short end of the wheel
nut wrench to the spare tire holder
bolt. Turn the wrench
counterclockwise until the bolt
loosens.
2. Remove the hook, and hook it to the
cargo side panel to hold the tray in
place. Remove the utility box to access
the wheel nut wrench in the tool kit.
5. Attach the long end of the wrench,
and turn it approximately 70 times.
Stop when you feel resistance and can
see the spare tire under the vehicle.
NOTE: Turning the wrench any
further may cause damage.
3. Remove the plastic cover on the cargo
area lining using your key to access the
bolt for the spare tire holder.
6. Unhook the spare tire holder, and
remove the spare tire.
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Temporary replacement tire located underneath the rear cargo area. Have your regular
tire repaired or replaced by your dealer as soon as possible.
7. Place the spare tire holder back on
the hook.
NOTE: Do not place the flat tire in
the spare tire holder. This can damage
the holder.
Storing the Flat Tire
1. Remove the plastic bag from the
tool kit case, and place the flat tire
inside. Knot the top of the bag to
secure the tire.
2. Puncture the bag, and pass the
holding belt through and around
one of the tire spokes.
8. Turn the wrench clockwise to
retighten the bolt and raise the holder
back into place.
NOTE: If the holder is not raised, it
will be damaged during driving.
3. Place the flat tire in the cargo
area. Thread the belt through
the cargo hook. Pass the belt
through the ring, and tighten the
belt to secure the flat tire in
place.
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OWNER LINK
SAFETY REMINDER
Owner Link allows you to explore features and technologies specific to your vehicle,
schedule service appointments, obtain and update maintenance and service records,
manage your financial services account, and access other useful information. Register
at owners.honda.com to ensure that you continue to enjoy the experience of owning a
Honda.
Your vehicle is equipped with airbags. Airbags do not replace 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.
FUEL RECOMMENDATION
• Only use 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 available. Failures caused by use of gasoline containing MMT may
not be covered under warranty.
• “TOP TIER Detergent Gasoline” meets a new gasoline standard jointly established by
leading automotive manufacturers to meet the needs of today's advanced engines. In
most cases, qualifying gasoline retailers will identify their gasoline as having met “TOP
TIER Detergent Gasoline” standards at the retail location. This fuel is guaranteed to
contain the proper level of detergent additives and be free of metallic additives. This
helps avoid build-up of deposits in your engine and emission control system. Because
the level of detergency and harmful metallic additives (such as MMT) in gasoline vary
in the market, Honda endorses the use of “TOP TIER Detergent Gasoline” where
available to help maintain the performance and reliability of your vehicle. For more
information, visit www.toptiergas.com.
• 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
owners.honda.com.
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