MS 3200
Operating Software
MO 3264
Owner's manual and mounting instruction
Mode d'emploi et manuel d'installation
Bedienungs- und Einbauanleitung
Gebruiksaanwijzing en inbouwhandleiding
Istruzioni d'uso e d'installazione
Instrucciones de manejo y de montaje
Bruksanvisning och monteringsanvisning
Betjeningsvejledning og monteringsanvisning
User manual and installation instructions


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    MS 3200 Operating Software MO 3264 Owner’s manual and mounting instruction Mode d’emploi et manuel d’installation Bedienungs- und Einbauanleitung Gebruiksaanwijzing en inbouwhandleiding Istruzioni d’uso e d’installazione Instrucciones de manejo y de montaje Bruksanvisning och monteringsanvisning Betjeningsvejledning og monteringsanvisning User manual and installation instructions...

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    Attention! Only use this system when it is safe to do so. It is more important to keep your eyes on the road and your hands on the wheel. Due to constantly changing traffic conditions, we unfortunately cannot guarantee 100 % precision under all circumstances.

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS Contents System Overview ........2 NEW OPERATING SOFTWARE MO 3264 .

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  • Page 8: New Operating Software Mo 3264

    NEW OPERATING SOFTWARE MO 3264 Safety instructions The use of the navigation system by no means relieves the driver of his/her responsibilities. The highway code must always be observed. Always observe the current traffic situation. The applicable traffic regulations and the prevailing traffic situation always take precedence over the instructions issued by the navigation system if they contradict one another.

  • Page 9: New Functions

    NEW OPERATING SOFTWARE MO 3264 New functions The new operating software for your navigation system provides a number of new or expanded functions: Improved guidance Improved visual and audible turn-off prompts thanks to additional symbols and optimised voice-output characteristics. Improved “Alternative route” The settings range for planning an alterative route has been improved from only 10 km to up to 50 km.

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    NEW OPERATING SOFTWARE MO 3264 Speed information Display of the legal speed limit applicable to the current route segment in the guidance screen, provided the map CD inserted supports this function. With an additional audible warning, the reaching or exceeding of this speed limit is indicated by means of an audible signal.

  • Page 11: New C-iq Functions

    NEW OPERATING SOFTWARE MO 3264 New C-IQ functions Prepaid C-IQ You can purchase country maps for navigation and/or travel info products (e.g. hotel and restaurant guides) at a flat rate and in advance for use on a daily basis, but without having to specify the actual days concerned.

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    NEW OPERATING SOFTWARE MO 3264 Info Points function Visual and audible indication of important points along your route. Different providers of travel and traffic information have optimised these specifically for navigation systems. This includes information about fixed speed camera installations or other safety relevant information (e.g.

  • Page 13: Tips For Convenient Operation

    NEW OPERATING SOFTWARE MO 3264 Settings / speed (See page 49) Setting of the SDVC mode has been moved from the “Speed“ menu to the “Volume“ menu. Setting is as described under "Settings / volume", see below. Settings / volume (See page 51) The volume can be set gradually between “OFF“...

  • Page 14: Mounting Instructions

    MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS IMPORTANT NOTES Installation may only be carried out by trained specialists! Observe all quality standards of the automobile industry! Fire hazard! When drilling pay attention to the location of cable harnesses, tank and fuel pipes! Never drill into car parts which are load bearing or are important for safety reasons! When installing components in the interior of the car remember the following: The driver’s field of vision must not be obstructed! Increased risk of injury in accidents! Do not mount components in an area where the air...

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    MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS Installing metal sleeve, ill 2 - 3 The computer can be mounted in a DIN radio opening of the vehicle with the supplied metal sleeve. Please note before mounting, ill. 4: – To ensure access to the CD opening a free space of at least 130 mm has to be in front of the navigation computer.

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    MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS Installing GPS antenna, ill. 6 The GPS antenna can be mounted in the vehicle interior, for example on the dashboard or on the hatshelf. The antenna must have clear “view” of the sky. In vehicles with metallic window tinting, the GPS antenna should be mounted in an area without tinting or outside on the vehicle body, for example in the plastic bumper.

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    MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS Completing electrical connections, ill. 9 Lay all cables carefully. Refer to the connecting diagram on the fold-out page at the end of the booklet and to the table below. Power supply cable (ISO connector A): Pin no. Cable colour Connection black/white speedometer signal input, digital (long wire)

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    Connect the white/brown cable (B4) of the signal cable 4 to the mute input of the car radio. TMC extension (ISO connector C2): For system enhancement, an optional VDO Dayton TMC receiver can be connected to the navigation computer. For connection details see “Mounting the navigation computer”.

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    MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS Initial start-up 1. Reconnect the car battery. 2. Restore perfect functioning of the electrical system (clock, onboard computer, alarm system, air bag, immobilizer, radio coding, etc.). 3. Switch on the ignition. 4. Insert map CD into the navigation computer. Please note the instructions regarding activation of C-IQ map, travel and/or traffic info, see the operating instructions, Section “C-IQ INTELLIGENT CONTENT ON DEMAND”...

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    The current vehicle location can then be checked in the emergency menu (see operating instructions, page 48). Hotline Hotlines are available in many countries to handle queries about the VDO Dayton multimedia systems. Up-to-date telephone numbers can be found in the accompanying info sheet.

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  • Page 22: General Information, Tips On The Use Of This Manual, Attention! Important Notes For Safe Usage

    GENERAL INFORMATION Tips on the use of this manual To make reading this manual easier you are given the following aids: Prompts you to do something. Shows you the reaction of the set. Provides additional information. – Marks an enumeration. Shows that the current topic is continued on the following page.

  • Page 23: How Does The Navigation System Work

    GENERAL INFORMATION How does the navigation system work? The position and movements of the vehicle are recorded by the navigation system’s sensors. The distance travelled is determined by the vehicle speedometer Gyroscope signal, rotary motion in curves is detected by a gyro sensor (inertial compass). The position is determined via the GPS (Global Speedometer GPS signal...

  • Page 24: The Digital Road Map

    GENERAL INFORMATION The digital road map To be able to plan a route to a destination address, the navigation system not only requires the current position of the vehicle but also a digital road map containing the destination address itself and the roads leading to the destination address. This digital road map is on the map CD which you insert into the navigation computer.

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    C-IQ – INTELLIGENT CONTENT ON DEMAND C-IQ – Your key to map, traffic and travel information Your navigation system is supplied with a CD containing the latest version of the map software along with travel and traffic information (for dynamic navigation). The information on the CD is encrypted and can be partially or completely activated for a defined period with the aid of an access code.

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    C-IQ – INTELLIGENT CONTENT ON DEMAND Activating products Once you have received your activation code, enter it into the system. For activation and revocation of C-IQ contents, the navigation system must have sufficient GPS reception during the code input, because time and date information are needed for activating the C-IQ access code.

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    C-IQ – INTELLIGENT CONTENT ON DEMAND Preview Together with your map and travel information software you will also receive the opportunity to inspect different products free of charge before ordering them. You can have the system display the status of this preview: Select “...

  • Page 28: Operation, Lcd Monitor, Remote Control

    FAVOURITE . . . Programmable function key. See page 52. PHONE ..Open the phone menu (only if a VDO Dayton hands-free unit is ... .

  • Page 29: Switching On / Off, Stand-by Mode, Volume

    OPERATION Active remote control holder RCD 3200 (optional accessory) If you use your remote control in the optional holder RCD 3200, the internal batteries are not used. When the batteries are exhausted the navigation system may no longer react on key presses.

  • Page 30: Menus, Cursor, Scroll Bars, Character Input

    MENUS Cursor The cursor is used to select menu options or characters. It is shown as white characters on black background. Dyn. route sett. For moving the cursor use the cursor keys 8, 2, 4 or 6. Confirm your selection by pressing the OK key. The cursor is briefly displayed as a frame around the selected field.

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    MENUS Options when entering characters The bottom line of the display shows command icons with which you can carry out the following functions: c : Display and selection of destination country (in this case, “D” for Germany). : Save an address in the personal address book. : Jump to menu “Special dest.”.

  • Page 32: Main Control Menu

    MENUS Main control menu You can select the following menu options in the main control menu: Destination input This option enters the “ ” menu. Select this option to enter the city, road, junction or a special facility as the destination address. See page 28.

  • Page 33: Destination Input, Entering A Destination Address, Destination Input Menu

    DESTINATION INPUT Entering a destination address You can enter a destination address in various different ways: – Entering city, road, house number or junction letter-by-letter by means of the ”typewriter“. See next page. – Loading an address from the personal address book. See page 46. –...

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    DESTINATION INPUT Entering a new address An input wizard will help you enter a new address. It will lead you step by step through all the necessary entries such as country, city, road, house number or crossroads and required routing criterion. Step 1: City or postal code Select ”...

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    DESTINATION INPUT Step 2: Road Once the city has been entered the input wizard automatically jumps to the “ ” input menu. Enter the name of the road using the “typewriter” or select a name from the list using Step 3: House number or junction If house numbers are available for a selected road, they can be entered with a separate input menu.

  • Page 36: Special Destinations (pois)

    DESTINATION INPUT Special destinations (POIs) You may also input the destination address by selecting special facilities (POI = Points of Interest) stored in the database. These include e.g.: – airports, – hotels, – petrol station, – car repair garages – car parks, etc.

  • Page 37: Destination Input Via Gps Coordinates

    DESTINATION INPUT Special facilities in the vicinity of the current position You may also set a destination address by selecting a special facility in the vicinity of the current vehicle location. Press the INFO key on the remote control, select “ ”...

  • Page 38: Viapoints, Via Point Input

    VIAPOINTS Via point input If you wish to visit other locations en route to the entered destination address, these can be stored as via points. The navigation system then plans the route to include the via points in the given sequence before the destination address is reached.

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    VIAPOINTS Delete via points not reached Via point which you have not reached or which are no longer desirable to you must be deleted from the via point list so that the navigation system may plan the route to the next via point or to the final destination.

  • Page 40: Guidance, Guidance Screen

    GUIDANCE Guidance screen The guidance screen appears as soon as you activate the guidance. The guidance screen displays the following information: 1 Road direction arrow: The arrow indicates the course of the road. 2 Simplified presentation of the next turn-off prompt. 3 Turn-off prompt: A graphic display of the next crossroads or junction.

  • Page 41: Audible Messages

    GUIDANCE Audible messages During guidance, the navigation system will provide acoustic routing information in addition to the symbols on the guidance screen. Commonly, the directive to turn into another road consists of two voice messages: an early warning e.g. “Right turn ahead” the instruction to turn e.g.

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    GUIDANCE On longer route segments without junctions or crossroads, an arrow is displayed indicating the course of the road over the next approx. 100 m. In addition, a reduced diagram of the next turn-off prompt appears on the left, above the route direction arrow. Thus, the driver is always warned in advance of the next change of direction.

  • Page 43: Route Selection

    GUIDANCE Route selection During guidance, you may also modify the route criterion and activate or deactivate dynamic route planning. The system will then plan a new route taking into account the new setting of the current position of your car. In the guidance screen, select the symbol for route selection (on the basis of the setting in the destination input U, V, W or X).

  • Page 44: Information During Guidance

    GUIDANCE Information during guidance During guidance, you can call up several information screens: Move the cursor to the symbol and confirm by pressing OK. The list of information menus appears. The following information menus are available: Route list This option is available as soon as a route has been planned.

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    GUIDANCE Displaying/deleting via points If via points have been entered for the current destination, the “ ” option will be active. The number of via points still to be reached also appears. Select the required via point from the list in order to view details or delete it.

  • Page 46: Traffic Information, Traffic Information

    TRAFFIC INFORMATION* Traffic information Use the “Traffic info” option in the main control to obtain information about traffic conditions in three different categories: – At the car position – At the destination – On the route Please note that the RDS-TMC station picked up by the TMC receiver may not provide any traffic information relating to your destination if the destination is located outside the station range.

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    TRAFFIC INFORMATION You can use cursor key 2 to access further screens containing details about the selected traffic obstruction. The second details screen indicates the section in which the traffic obstruction is located and the third, the information about the obstruction provided by the TMC provider.

  • Page 48: Dynamic Guidance With Tmc, How Tmc Traffic Announcements Are Made

    DYNAMIC GUIDANCE WITH TMC* With RDS TMC (Traffic Message Channel), the current traffic situation is taken into account when planning the route to your destination. You will be informed, for example, of accidents, congestion or construction sites as soon as such a traffic situation occurs.

  • Page 49: Bypassing A Traffic Obstruction Locally, Dynamic Route Planning

    DYNAMIC GUIDANCE WITH TMC Bypassing a traffic obstruction locally When you approach the last exit before reaching a traffic obstruction, the navigation system will alert you and offer you the option of planning a detour route. As soon as a traffic obstruction is detected on your route and the detour option is displayed on the guidance screen: Confirm the detour option in the top line of the guidance screen.

  • Page 50: Alternative Route

    ALTERNATIVE ROUTE During guidance, you can cause the navigation system to plan an alternative route. Use this function if, for example, you want to avoid stationary traffic not reported via TMC or if you wish to plan an alternative route. The alternative route will be calculated for a selectable distance from the current position of the car.

  • Page 51: Address Manager, Address Manager

    ADDRESS MANAGER Address Manager The VDO Dayton Navigation System allows you to store 30 destination addresses in a personal address book. In the address book, you can store your destinations separately under the categories “Private” and “Business”. The “Home” and “Work” shortcuts, which can be programmed with your home address and business address respectively, are also available here.

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    ADDRESS MANAGER Store current loc. Would you like to store a favourite restaurant in the destination memory? You can store the current position of your car as follows: Select “ ” in the address manager. Select which address books the address should be stored in (private, business, home or work).

  • Page 53: Emergency, Emergency Menu

    EMERGENCY Emergency menu Select “ ” from the main control menu. The “ ” menu is shown. The following options are available in the “ ” menu: GPS position Shows the current geographical position of the vehicle evaluated by the Global Positioning System.

  • Page 54: System Settings, Speed

    SYSTEM SETTINGS To customise the navigation functions to your own needs, you can change several settings. In the main control, select “ ”. The “ ” menu is displayed. The following options are available: Speed In the “ ” menu, you can configure the following settings: Speed correction The navigation system uses an average cruising speed to calculate the remaining travel time and the estimated time of arrival.

  • Page 55: Guidance Screen, Dyn. Route Sett

    SYSTEM SETTINGS Guidance screen Here you can select the information which should appear on the guidance screen. Show event Select whether traffic obstructions on your route should appear in the top line of the guidance screen or not. Remain. distance Select whether the distance-to-go to the destination or via point should appear in the status field of the guidance screen or not.

  • Page 56: Language, Volume, Date / Clock

    Choose one of the two languages loaded in the system, Select “ ” to replace one of the two loaded languages with another language from the supplied “VDO Dayton Language Loading Software CD”. Select the language to be replaced. You will be prompted to insert the CD.

  • Page 57: Display, Remote Control, Measuring Units, Mounting Angle, Default Settings, Service, System Information

    Select the desired setting according to the mounting position of the display. Remote control Steering wheel Activate this option if you want to control the system with a VDO Dayton steering wheel remote control (accessory). Favourite button You can assign a function to the FAVOURITE key on the remote control.

  • Page 58: Notes On Map Cds, Changing The Map Cd

    Notes: Only use genuine VDO Dayton C-IQ map CDs. These map CDs are exclusively designed for use with the VDO Dayton Navigation System and they are only readable by a VDO Dayton Navigation System. The CD player of the navigation system does not play any other CDs (i.e. Audio CDs).

  • Page 59: Replacing Batteries Of The Remote Control, Cleaning Of The Remote Control And The Monitor

    MAINTENANCE & CARE Replacing batteries of the remote control You have to replace the batteries of the remote control, if you use the remote control outside of its holder and the navigation system does no longer respond to key presses. Open the battery compartment on the back of the remote control.

  • Page 60: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING There may be times when you suspect that your navigation system is not functioning as you expect it to. Before calling for service please read the operating instructions and check the following list. You may find that an apparent malfunction can easily be rectified.

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    • Check that you have inserted a map CD which contains C-IQ CD”. data. Map CDs without C-IQ will not be accepted by the system. Hotlines are available in many countries to handle queries about the VDO Dayton multimedia systems. Up-to-date telephone numbers can be found in the accompanying info sheet.

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