technology reference guide

technology reference guide
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TECHNOLOGY
REFERENCE
GUIDE
owners.honda.com
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2014 Honda Pilot LX, EX, EX-L, and EX-L with RES
Technology Reference Guide
©2013 American Honda Motor Co., Inc. — All Rights Reserved
Printed in U.S.A.
2014 Pilot
LX, EX, EX-L, and
EX-L with Rear
Entertainment System
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TECHNOLOGY REFERENCE GUIDE
This Technology Reference Guide is designed to help you
get acquainted with your 2014 Honda Pilot LX, EX, EX-L, or
EX-L with Rear Entertainment System and provide basic
instructions on some of its technology and convenience
BLUETOOTH ®
HANDSFREELINK ® p. 10
INSTRUMENT
PANEL p. 2
REAR ENTERTAINMENT
SYSTEM p. 14
AUDIO p. 16
features.
This guide is not intended to be a substitute for the
Owner’s Manual. For more detailed information on vehicle
controls and operation, please refer to the respective
sections in the Owner’s Manual.
Pilot EX-L shown throughout guide
Instrument Panel Indicators ...................................................................................2
Rear Entertainment System (RES)* ....................................................................14
Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)...........................................................5
iPod® or USB Flash Drive .....................................................................................17
Information Display ..................................................................................................4
Bluetooth® Audio......................................................................................................16
Auto Door Locks .....................................................................................................6
CD Library...............................................................................................................18
HomeLink ® * ..............................................................................................................9
Safety Reminder......................................................................................................19
Rearview Camera .....................................................................................................8
Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® (HFL)........................................................................10
Honda Owners .......................................................................................................19
Fuel Recommendation...........................................................................................20
*if equipped
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INSTRUMENT PANEL INDICATORS
Malfunction Indicators
If an indicator remains on, there may be a problem; see your dealer
Charging system
Low brake fluid, Brake system
Low oil pressure
Supplemental Restraint System
(SRS)
Daytime Running Lights (DRL)
Power tailgate*
Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS)
Variable Torque Management
(VTM-4) (4WD only)
Malfunction lamp
(check engine light)
Tire Pressure Monitoring System
(TPMS)
Condition Indicators
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Starter system: Hold ignition
switch in START (III) for
up to 15 seconds
Parking brake on:
Release
Low fuel:
Refill
Seat belt reminder:
Fasten seat belt(s)
Maintenance Minder™:
Make dealer appointment
Low tire pressure:
Add air
Immobilizer (blinks):
Use other vehicle key and
see dealer
A/T temperature (4WD only):
Pull over and let engine idle
VTM-4 (blinks):
Pull over and let engine idle
On/Off Indicators
Vehicle Stability Assist® (VSA)
Action is needed by driver
Door/Tailgate open:
Close door(s) / tailgate
Briefly appear with each engine start. Red and amber indicators are most critical. Blue
and green indicators are used for general information. See your Owner’s Manual for
more information.
PASSENGER AIRBAG OFF
(located on center panel)
Fog lights on*
SIDE AIRBAG OFF
Exterior lights on
VSA OFF
Turn signals/hazards on
CRUISE MAIN on
High beams on
CRUISE CONTROL on
ECO
Fuel economy on
*if equipped
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INFORMATION DISPLAY
Consists of several displays that provide you with useful information.
Accessing the Information Display
TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM (TPMS)
Monitors the vehicle’s tire pressures.
How It Works
When the tire pressure drops
significantly below recommended
levels, the low tire pressure
indicator comes on.
The specific tire with low pressure
is indicated on the information
display.
When you start the engine, the
display shows your last active
selection from the previous drive
cycle.
To toggle between the different
displays, press and release the
select/reset knob repeatedly.
Engine oil life
1. Visually inspect the tires for damage.
2. Check the information display to see
which tire(s) have low pressure.
3. Inflate the tire(s), if necessary, to the
recommended pressures listed on
the label on the driver’s doorjamb.
Information Displays
Odometer
What to Do
Fuel range
Trip meter
A or B,
Average and
instant fuel
economy
Note: Outside temperature indicator not available on LX.
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AUTO DOOR LOCKS
Program how and when the vehicle doors automatically lock and unlock.
Auto Door Locks
Programming the Auto Door Unlock Setting
To program all doors and the tailgate to unlock when you shift to Park:
Default Lock Setting
All doors and the tailgate are
preset to lock when your vehicle
reaches about 10 mph.
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 20 seconds, turn the ignition
switch to LOCK (0).
Default Unlock Setting
Only the driver’s door is preset to
unlock when you shift into Park (P).
Programmable Auto Door Lock/Unlock Settings
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
Turn off
Auto Lock
When you
reach 10 mph
When you shift
out of Park
Operate manually
AUTO DOOR UNLOCK
Auto Unlock
(all doors)
Auto Unlock
(only driver’s
door)
Turn off
Auto Unlock
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When you turn
the ignition OFF
When you shift
into Park
When you turn
the ignition OFF
When you shift
into Park
Operate manually
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REARVIEW CAMERA
HOMELINK ® (if equipped)
For added convenience, the area behind your vehicle is displayed to help you navigate
while backing up.
Program your vehicle to operate up to three remote-controlled devices around your
home, such as garage doors, lighting, or home security systems.
How It Works
Training a Button
• When you shift into Reverse (R), a real-time image of the area behind your vehicle
is shown in the center display.
• Yellow parking guidelines also appear to help you judge distance.
• The rearview display turns off when you shift out of Reverse.
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Turning the Guidelines On or Off
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?
4
Does the HomeLink indicator (LED) blink at a
faster rate after about 10 seconds?
Press and hold RETURN for
about 3 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.
NO
YES
Press and hold
the HomeLink
button again.
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.
5
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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BLUETOOTH ® HANDSFREELINK ® (HFL)
Make and receive phone calls through your vehicle’s audio system. Visit
handsfreelink.honda.com to check if this feature is compatible with your phone.
How to Use HFL
Pairing Your Phone
Use this pairing method when no phone has ever been paired to the system. You
can pair your compatible phone only when the vehicle is stopped.
Use the selector knob to make and enter selections.
1. Press PHONE to go to the Phone screen.
A prompt appears. Select Yes.
2. Make sure your phone is in discovery mode,
and select Continue.
Pick-Up button: Go directly to the
Phone screen, or answer an incoming call.
3. HFL searches for your phone. Select it when
it appears on the list.
Talk button: Use to call speed dial
entries with stored voice tags.
If your phone does not appear:
Select “Phone Not Found?” and search for
HandsFreeLink from your phone. Connect
to HFL.
Back button: Cancel a selection.
Hang-Up button: End a call.
4. HFL gives you a four-digit code. Enter it on
your phone when prompted. Select OK to
complete.
Use this pairing method when a phone has already been paired to the system,
or when you want to pair an additional phone.
Use the selector knob to make and enter selections.
1. Press PHONE to go to the Phone screen.
If a prompt appeears asking to connect to a
phone, select No.
2. Select Phone Setup.
Use these buttons to navigate through the HFL menus.
PHONE button:
Go directly to the
phone screen.
Selector knob:
Rotate to scroll through
selections and press to
make a selection.
Return button:
Press to cancel an
operation or return to
the previous screen.
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3. Select Connection.
4. Select Add a New Phone.
5. Select an empty location for the phone.
6. Make sure your phone is in discovery mode,
and select Continue.
7. HFL searches for your phone. Select it when
it appears on the list.
If your phone does not appear:
Select “Phone Not Found?” and search for
HandsFreeLink from your phone. Connect
to HFL.
8. HFL gives you a four-digit code. Enter it on
your phone when prompted. Select OK to
complete.
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Dialing a Number
Use the selector knob to make and enter selections.
1. Press PHONE to go to the Phone
screen.
2. Select Dial.
3. Enter the phone number. Select the
green phone icon to call.
Using Speed Dial
Up to 15 numbers can be stored with voice tags.
Use the selector knob to make and enter selections.
1. Press PHONE to go to the Phone
screen.
Using the Phonebook
When your phone is paired, its entire phonebook is automatically imported to
the system.
Use the selector knob to make and enter selections.
1. Press PHONE to go to the Phone
screen.
2. Select Phonebook.
3. Scroll through the list to find the
name you want to call. Press ENTER
to begin the call.
Receiving a Call
A notification is heard and the following screen appears:
2. Select Speed Dial.
3. Scroll through the list to find the
name you want to call. Press ENTER
to begin the call.
When a voice tag is stored for a speed dial entry, you can make a call using voice
commands. Press the
Talk button and follow the prompts. See your Owner’s Manual
for instructions on storing voice tags.
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Press the
(Pick-Up) button
to accept the call.
Press the
(Hang-Up) button
to end or decline the call.
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REAR ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM (RES) (if equipped)
Rear Entertainment System
Rear passengers can enjoy a different entertainment source than front passengers.
Press OPEN to release the
overhead screen.
Front System Operation
REAR
REAR
POWER SOURCE
button
button
Play/
DVD
Pause
eject
button
button
Front Controls
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press REAR POWER to turn the system on.
Press REAR SOURCE.
Select an entertainment source for the rear passengers (AM/FM, DVD, etc.).
Press REAR SOURCE again to return to playing front audio.
Press RELEASE to detach the remote
control, if desired.
Extend the overhead screen
until it locks into place.
Rear Controls
1. Make sure REAR POWER is on in the front audio controls.
2. Open the overhead screen and lock it into place. Retrieve the wireless
headphones.
3. On the remote control, press DVD/AUX, CD/CDL, XM, or FM/AM.
4. Press (p) (q) (t) (u) to naviagte menu options. Press ENT to select an option.
Headphone Operation
Your vehicle comes with two sets of
wireless headphones. Pivot the earpieces
to turn on or off. Wireless headphones
only work in the rear seats.
Wired headphones may
also be used. Plug them
into the headphone
connector jacks on the
back of the center console.
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headphone jacks
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BLUETOOTH ® AUDIO
Play stored or streaming audio from your compatible phone through your vehicle’s audio
system. Visit handsfreelink.honda.com to check if this feature is compatible with your phone.
Playing Bluetooth Audio
1. Make sure your phone is on and
paired to Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®
(see page 11).
4. Press (9) (:) or (+) (-) to change
tracks.
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
1. Open the center console, and pull out
the USB adapter cable.
3. Press (9) (:) or (+) (-) to change
tracks.
2. Press USB/AUX until Bluetooth Audio
appears on the screen.
3. From your phone, open the desired
audio player or app and begin playing.
Sound is redirected to the audio
system.
Make sure the volume on your phone
is properly adjusted.
Notes:
• You may need to enable additional settings on your phone for playback.
• The play/pause function and remote audio controls may not be supported on all
phones.
• Operate your phone only when your vehicle is stopped.
Connect the USB connector to your
iPod cable or flash drive.
2. Press USB/AUX until iPod or USB
appears.
Note: Connect your device only when your vehicle is stopped.
iPod is a trademark of Apple, Inc.
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CD LIBRARY
Store up to 18 audio CDs in the system memory.
Recording an Audio CD
HONDA OWNERS
Visit owners.honda.com and register to explore features and technologies specific to
your vehicle, obtain and update maintenance and service records, manage your
financial services account, and access other useful information. For added convenience,
Honda Owners can also be accessed on a mobile device.
Use the selector knob to make and enter selections.
1. Insert an audio CD.
3. Select the location to store the
CD.
2. The system asks if you want to
record the CD to memory.
Select Yes.
4. The CD records. If available,
album information is displayed.
Note: Albums can be selected from the CD library only if recorded in their entirety.
Partially recorded albums may appear, but they cannot be played.
Using the CD Library
Use the selector knob to make and enter selections.
1. Press CD/CDL. The last album
recorded begins playing.
Press (9) (:) or (+) (-) to
change tracks.
2. Press the selector knob to
view the CD library.
SAFETY REMINDER
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. See your Owner's Manual for more information.
3. A list of recorded CDs
appears. Select the album and
track you want to hear.
Press CATEGORY (+) (-) to
change albums.
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FUEL RECOMMENDATION
Use of unleaded gasoline of 87 octane or higher is recommended.
• Honda recommends TOP TIER Detergent Gasoline where available.
• Do NOT use gasoline containing more than 15% ethanol.
• Do NOT use gasoline containing methanol.
• Do NOT use gasoline containing MMT.
• See your Owner’s Manual for more information.
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 emission control system. Always use
MMT-free gasoline if available. Failures caused by use of gasoline containing MMT
may not be covered under your new vehicle warranty.
TOP TIER Detergent Gasoline (recommended) never contains MMT and has
detergent additives to keep your engine clean. For further information on fuel and
lubricants for your car and information on gasoline that does not contain MMT,
contact your dealer or visit owners.honda.com.
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