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Honda Music Link
Quick Reference Guide

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   Summary of Contents for HONDA Music Link

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    ACCORD CIVIC PILOT ODYSSEY PAGE 2 PAGE 4 PAGE 6 PAGE 8 PAGE 10 CR-V ELEMENT RIDGELINE S2000 PAGE 12 PAGE 13 PAGE 15 PAGE 16 Honda Music Link Quick Reference Guide...

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    2006 American Honda Motor Co., Inc. – All Rights Reserved. American Honda accepts no responsibility for any lost data on an iPod, even if the data is lost while using this product. Apple, the Apple logo, iPod, iTunes, FireWire, and Mac are trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in the U.S.

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    This Quick Reference Guide will help you get started using Honda Music Link quickly. See the User's Guide on the Honda Music Link CD-ROM to learn how to use all of Honda Music Link's features.

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    Accord model). If the audio system plays a disc in the CD player/changer or plays the XM radio, press the CD/AUX or CD/AUX/XM button again. Honda Music Link begins playback with the last song played on the iPod. If no song is queued, Honda Music Link shuffles all songs in random order.

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    Audio System Buttons ACCORD PAGE 3 Honda Music Link uses the audio system buttons shown in blue. Honda factory-installed audio systems vary from model to model and may have slightly different button names for the same function. See page 2 for instructions.

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    2. Select Honda Music Link by pressing the AUX button. If the audio system plays an accessory connected to the auxiliary jack, press the AUX button again. Honda Music Link begins playback with the last song played on the iPod. If no song is queued, Honda Music Link shuffles all songs in random order.

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    ) or to skip to the beginning of the one currently playing ( Audio System Buttons CIVIC Honda Music Link uses the buttons and screen icon on your audio system and Navi screen shown in blue. Honda factory-installed audio systems vary from model to model...

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    Civic model). If the audio system plays a disc in the CD player/changer or plays the XM radio, press the CD/AUX or XM/AUX button again. Honda Music Link begins playback with the last song played on the iPod. If no song is queued, Honda Music Link shuffles all songs in random order.

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    2. Select Honda Music Link by pressing the AUDIO button on your vehicle's audio system, then touch the CDC icon on the navigation system screen.Honda Music Link begins playback with the last song played on the iPod. If no song is queued, Honda Music Link shuffles all songs in random order.

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    XM radio, press the AUX/XM button repeatedly until CD4 is shown in the audio display. Honda Music Link begins playback with the last song played on the iPod. If no song is queued, Honda Music Link shuffles all songs in random order.

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    PILOT PAGE 9 Honda Music Link uses the buttons on your audio system shown in blue. Honda factory- installed audio systems vary from model to model and may have slightly different button names for the same function. See page 8 for instructions.

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    Odyssey model). If the audio system plays the XM radio, press the AUX/XM button again. Honda Music Link begins playback with the last song played on the iPod. If no song is queued, Honda Music Link shuffles all songs in random order.

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    CR-V PAGE 11 Honda Music Link uses the buttons on your audio system shown in blue. Honda factory- installed audio systems vary from model to model and may have slightly different button names for the same function. See pages 10 (Odyssey) and 12 (CR-V) for instructions.

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    PAGE 12 Using the Audio System Controls Honda Music Link allows you to use the buttons on your audio system to control iPod functions. There are two ways* to listen to music: You can shuffle all albums or shuffle all songs.

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    1. Connect the iPod (see page 1), turn the ignition switch to the ON (II) or ACC (I) position, and turn on the audio system. 2. Select Honda Music Link by pressing the CD/AUX button. If the audio system plays a disc in the CD player/changer, press the CD/AUX button again. Honda Music Link begins playback with the last song played on the iPod.

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    RIDGELINE PAGE 14 Honda Music Link uses the buttons on your audio system shown in blue. Honda factory- installed audio systems vary from model to model and may have slightly different button names for the same function. See pages 13 (Element) and 15 (Ridgeline) for instructions.

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    Ridgeline model). If the audio system plays the XM radio or plays a disc in the CD player/changer, press the XM/AUX or CD/AUX button again. Honda Music Link begins playback with the last song played on the iPod. If no song is queued, Honda Music Link shuffles all songs in random order.

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    1. Connect the iPod (see page 1), turn the ignition switch to the ON (II) or ACC (I) position, and turn on the audio system. 2. Select Honda Music Link by pressing the CD/XM button. If the audio system plays a disc in the CD player/changer or plays the XM radio, press the CD/XM button again. Honda Music Link begins playback with the last song played on the iPod.

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    S2000 PAGE 17 Honda Music Link uses the buttons on your audio system shown in blue. Honda factory- installed audio systems vary from model to model and may have slightly different button names for the same function. See page 16 for instructions.

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    Guide on the Honda Music Link CD-ROM for more information. Customer Support Installation Note: Honda Music Link can be installed on applicable vehicles equipped with factory- and dealer- For more information about Honda Music installed Honda audio systems and Honda CD Link, call Honda Automobile Customer players/changers.

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