Download Print this page

Advertisement

Warnings and caution signs, illustrated below, are posted throughout this manual as well as on
the device itself. They show safe and correct ways to handle the product so as to prevent
personal injury to you and others and avoid damage to property. Before reading through the
manual, take time to read through and learn the important information listed in this section.
Make sure your positioning is stable prior to starting your trip
● Start driving only after the GPS mark appears. Starting to drive with improper positioning
may lead to vehicle positioning errors.
* The images appearing on the screen may differ from those shown in this manual
depending on the type of database used and when it was created.
Warning
Caution
The symbol shown below indicates important instructions or helpful information to keep in
mind.
A point it will be helpful to remember.
Important points.
● Please read all materials that come with the product, such as manuals and warranties.
Eclipse will not be liability for unsatisfactory product performance due to failure to follow
these instructions.
● Changes in product specifications may result in differences between the content of the
manual and actual product features.
LAMP(S) INSIDE THIS PRODUCT CONTAIN MERCURY AND MUST
BE RECYCLED OR DISPOSED OF AS HAZARDOUS WASTE
Hg
ACCORDING TO LOCAL, STATE, OR FEDERAL LAWS APPLICABLE
TO YOU. DO NOT PLACE IN THE TRASH.

Warnings and Cautions

This symbol indicates a situation in which incorrect handling
through disregard of a warning might result in death or serious
personal injury.
This symbol indicates a situation in which incorrect handling
through disregard of a caution might result in personal injury or
may result solely in damage to property.
1

Advertisement

Chapters

   Also See for Fujitsu GPS

   Related Manuals for Fujitsu GPS

   Summary of Contents for Fujitsu GPS

  • Page 1: Warnings And Cautions

    Warnings and caution signs, illustrated below, are posted throughout this manual as well as on the device itself. They show safe and correct ways to handle the product so as to prevent personal injury to you and others and avoid damage to property. Before reading through the manual, take time to read through and learn the important information listed in this section.

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Introduction How to use this manual ......10 Features ......... 12 GPS navigation system .

  • Page 3

    Switching the pop-up message display ......32 Map displays ........33 Displaying the present location .

  • Page 4

    Narrowing down by city ....... 74 Using the Nearest 5 Cities function ....74 Using the Input City Name function .

  • Page 5

    Displaying route data (guidance road information) ....108 3-route simultaneous display (3-route search function) ... 109 Modifying the search result route ....110 Adding a destination.

  • Page 6

    Guidance in all modes ........132 Setting voice guidance output in all modes .

  • Page 7

    Entering a telephone number for a memory point ..154 Entering a memory point name ......155 Displaying a memory point name.

  • Page 8

    Optional function Rear view camera operations ..... . 175 Rear view camera image ........177 Displaying the rear view image .

  • Page 9: For Reference

    For reference Important points ....... . . 194 If one of these messages appears ......194 Before asking for repairs .

  • Page 10: How To Use This Manual

    Introduction 1. How to use this manual Section title Item title A title is assigned to each section. A number and title is assigned to each item. Operation title A title is assigned to each operation. Detailed operation title A title is assigned to each detailed operation.

  • Page 11

    Operation screen A screen showing the operation. Section side heading The side heading for the current section. Attention Additional points regarding operation are given here. Continue to the next page Indicates that operation procedures continue on the next page. About the switch display NAVI Panel switches such as are indicated in black text surrounded by a gray box (...

  • Page 12: Features

    Introduction 2. Features High-accuracy, high speed response HDD Employs a high-capacity hard disk for navigation that offers greater operation speed than conventional DVD-ROM navigation. Several search methods to choose from (See page 55) ● Search using a POI name (See page 69) When the name of the POI is known, enter it to initiate a search.

  • Page 13

    ● Search using a telephone number (See page 92) A map can be retrieved by entering a telephone number. ● Search using a local POI (See page 79) A map can be retrieved for a POI at your present location, in a set city, or at a set destination. Registering a desired point in the memory (See page 139) Your home or a geographical point you want to...

  • Page 14

    Introduction 2. Features Diverse screen displays (See page 42, 108, 119) ● Split screen display The screen can be divided into two parts. ● Enlarged intersection display While route guidance is in progress, an enlarged illustration of the area around the intersection where a turn is to be made (junction) is displayed when approaching that intersection.

  • Page 15

    User customize function for saving settings for each user (See page 184) The navigation settings can be saved separately for each user and easily retrieved. System upgrade (See page 175) ● Rear view camera When the optional rear view camera is installed, the rear image can be displayed on the monitor screen.

  • Page 16: Gps Navigation System

    Introduction 3. GPS navigation system Once you set your destination, the device will automatically perform a route search and guide you through the route using screen displays and voice announcements. Viewing the navigation screen The navigation map display consists of a present location screen and a scrolling map screen. <Scrolling map screen>...

  • Page 17

    Route display When setting your destination, the route to the destination point is displayed. ● Route guidance will occur only when the present location appears on a dark blue line Vehicle position mark The present location and heading of the vehicle are displayed. Scale display The reduction scale of the map being displayed is indicated.

  • Page 18

    Introduction 3. GPS navigation system ■ Required time display While route guidance is in progress, the required time to the destination is indicated. ● Refer to the section "Setting the required time / arrival time display" on page 128 for information concerning the required time.

  • Page 19: Gps

    Introduction 4. GPS Global Positioning System (GPS): a system developed and operated by the United States government that pinpoints your present location by utilizing latitudinal and longitudinal data received from either 3 or 4 satellites. Situations when GPS signal reception is impossible The following are situations when the GPS signal cannot be received:...

  • Page 20: Basic Operation

    Basic operation 1. Menu screen and list screens Menu screen Press NAVI MENU to display the menu screen. The following operations can be performed from the menu screen. ● Touch the desired item's touch switch to activate. Item (touch switch) Function Page Suspend Guidance/...

  • Page 21

    Item (touch switch) Function Page Switch the kilometer/mile display * Set the estimated travel time Switch the lettering layout on the keyboard Switch the time zone Set the touch switch display Set the type of POI Icons in the vicinity retrieved while Setup driving Set the traffic restriction message display...

  • Page 22: Switching The List Screens

    Basic operation 1. Menu screen and list screens Switching the list screens switch display Touch to move through the list one item at a time. Page switch display Touch to move through the list one page at a time. POI switch display Shopping Restaurant Touch...

  • Page 23: Rearranging The List Order

    Rearranging the list order Sort by Sort by When is displayed in the list screen, touch to display the following switches. Touch the switches to sort the list items according to the method indicated. Date ● Touch to sort by date. Icon ●...

  • Page 24: Adjusting The Screen And Setting The Sound

    Basic operation 2. Adjusting the screen and setting the sound Screen adjustment To make the screen easier to view, it is switched from "daytime display" to "nighttime display" depending on whether the vehicle lights (headlights, taillights, license plate lights) are ON or OFF.

  • Page 25: Contrast/brightness

    Contrast/Brightness Contrast – Touch to strengthen contrast, or to weaken contrast. Brightness – Touch to increase brightness, or to decrease brightness. Setting daytime display when vehicle lights are on Touch to switch between daytime display and nighttime display. ● The touch switch becomes brighter when daytime display is selected.

  • Page 26: Switching Km And Miles Display

    Basic operation 2. Adjusting the screen and setting the sound Switching km and miles display The km and miles display on the map screen can be switched. * Distance units can only be switched when the selected language is English. (Distance cannot be displayed in miles when a language other than English is selected.) Touch in the menu screen.

  • Page 27: Switching The Time Zone

    Switching the time zone The time zone for each U.S region can be selected. Adjusting the time zone Touch in the menu screen. Setup Touch Change for Time Zone. Touch Pacific Mountain Central Hawaii Eastern Atlantic Newfoundland ● The touched switch becomes brighter. Touch Default Touch...

  • Page 28: Setting Daylight Saving Time

    Basic operation 2. Adjusting the screen and setting the sound Setting daylight saving time Touch in the menu screen. Setup Touch Change for Time Zone. Touch for Daylight Saving Time. ● The touched switch becomes brighter. Touch Default ●Touch in the setup screen to return all items to their default settings. ●Touch to set the clock display on the audio screen one hour ahead.

  • Page 29: Setting The Volume

    Setting the volume It is possible to adjust the voice volume during route guidance. Adjusting the volume Touch Volume in the menu screen. Touch ● The touched switch becomes brighter. ● Touch to turn the volume OFF. When the volume is OFF, touch any of the volume switches to turn the volume back ON.

  • Page 30: Setting The Automatic Freeway Volume Switch Function

    Basic operation 2. Adjusting the screen and setting the sound Setting the automatic freeway volume switch function When driving at high speeds, the volume can be set to automatically increase one level. This function can be turned ON (automatically raise) or OFF (do not raise). Touch in the menu Volume...

  • Page 31: Switching The Navigation Voice Output Speaker

    Switching the navigation voice output speaker The speaker that outputs navigation voice, such as that used for the voice guidance heard during route guidance, can be switched between front LH and RH. Touch INFO. in the menu screen Touch in the information SETTING screen.

  • Page 32: Switching The Pop-up Message Display

    Basic operation 2. Adjusting the screen and setting the sound Switching the pop-up message display The pop-up messages shown in situations below can be turned on and off. Pop-up message displayed when you try to Pop-up message displayed when you switch display a POI mark on a map screen with a the map screen to the double screen display scale greater than 0.5 miles...

  • Page 33: Map Displays

    Basic operation 3. Map displays Displaying the present location The present location screen appears when switching the engine to ACC or ON. ● The present location of your vehicle is displayed on the map. NAVI ● When the menu screen or a different map screen is displayed, press to return to the present location screen.

  • Page 34: Moving The Map (one-touch Scroll)

    Basic operation 3. Map displays Moving the map (one-touch scroll) When a map is displayed, touching the map directly (anywhere except the touch switches) moves the center of the display to that point. Street names around the scrolled point will also appear.

  • Page 35: Switching The Touch Switch Display

    Switching the touch switch display When a map is displayed, the number of touch switches displayed on the screen can be reduced. Changing the touch switch display Touch ● If the touch switches are not displayed, operations cannot be performed via the touch switches.

  • Page 36: Setting Touch Switches To Display Or Not Display

    Basic operation 3. Map displays Setting touch switches to display or not display It is possible to set which touch switches are displayed when has been selected. Setup Touch in the menu screen. Touch Change Function. Touch the switches to display (or hide).

  • Page 37: Switching The Map Reduction Scale

    Switching the map reduction scale The map reduction scale (map range) can be switched to any desired setting from 40,960,000:1 to 5,000:1. Also, if a destination is set, you can select a reduction scale showing the entire route to the destination with one touch. Reduction Reduction Touch switch...

  • Page 38: Displaying Route Trace

    Basic operation 3. Map displays Displaying route trace The route travelled can be recorded (maximum of 124 miles (200 km)), and a line tracing the route history can be displayed. ● If the maximum recording distance is exceeded, part of the the older route trace will be deleted as the new route trace is added.

  • Page 39: Stopping Route Trace

    Stopping route trace If a map is displayed, touch Map View Touch for Route Trace. Stop Touch ● ...Route trace recording is stopped and the recorded route trace is displayed. ● ...Route trace recording is stopped and the recorded route trace is deleted. Route trace can be displayed on maps with a reduction scale of 30 miles (50 km) or less.

  • Page 40: Deleting Route Trace

    Basic operation 3. Map displays Deleting route trace If a map is displayed, touch Map View Touch for Route Trace. Stop Touch ● Route trace recording is stopped and the recorded route trace is deleted.

  • Page 41: Switching The Map Orientation

    Switching the map orientation The orientation of the map being displayed can be switched. ● North-up display The map appears with north pointing up at all times, regardless of the vehicle's heading. (The maps appearing in this manual are shown in north-up display.) ●...

  • Page 42: Switching To Split Screen Display

    Basic operation 3. Map displays Switching to split screen display When a map is displayed, the screen can be divided into two sections as shown below. For example, the two sections can display different reduction scale screens, north-up and heading-up screens, or screens with and without POI icons displayed. Switching to split screen display Touch when a map is...

  • Page 43

    ■ Switching the map reduction scale (See page 37.) Touch ■ Switching the map orientation (See page 41.) Touch . (Can be operated in the double screen display.) ■ Setting the POI display (See page 45.) When POI icons are displayed on the left screen, they can be set to display (ON) or not display (OFF) on the right screen.

  • Page 44: Canceling The Split Screen Display

    Basic operation 3. Map displays Canceling the split screen display If a map is displayed, touch Touch ● The selected touch switch turns green and the monitor returns to a single screen display. If you redisplay the split screen, the reduction scale for the maps shown will be the same as the previous time the split screen display was used.

  • Page 45: Poi Display

    POI display POI landmarks can be displayed on the map. ● POI display ●POI landmarks can be displayed on maps with a reduction scale of 0.5 miles or less. (Excludes all-route display screens.) ●POI landmarks can only be displayed within about a 20 mile (32 km) radius of the mark (up to 200 landmarks).

  • Page 46: Displaying Landmarks By A Simple Operation While Driving

    Basic operation 3. Map displays Displaying landmarks by a simple operation while driving POI landmarks can be displayed while driving via a simple operation. If a map is displayed, touch Map View Display POI Icon Touch Touch Gas Station Restaurant Parks/Recreation Grocery Store Hotel...

  • Page 47: Deleting A Poi Landmark

    Deleting a POI landmark If a map is displayed, touch Map View Display POI Icon Touch Touch Delete ● Touch a selected POI category to hide the corresponding POI icons. Displaying multiple POI types Multiple POI landmarks (a maximum of 5 categories) can be displayed simultaneously. If a map is displayed, touch Map View Display POI Icon...

  • Page 48: Searching For A Local Poi

    Basic operation 3. Map displays Touch the POI categories you want to display. ● POI landmarks from up to 5 categories can be displayed simultaneously. ● If the wrong POI category is selected, touch the selected POI switch again to cancel the selection.

  • Page 49

    Touch the name of the POI you want to display. ● The map is shown with the selected POI in the center. The POI name and its distance to the present location in a straight line is also displayed. ● If the mark is displayed, POIs ahead of it are shown with a mark...

  • Page 50: Sorting Poi Landmarks

    Basic operation 3. Map displays Sorting POI landmarks POI landmarks can be listed according to their proximity to the mark, by POI category, or by POI name. Touch Sort by Touch the desired switch. Distance ● Touch to reorder the list by proximity to the mark.

  • Page 51: Displaying A List Of Pois Along The Set Route

    Displaying a list of POIs along the set route If a destination has been set, a list of POIs on the route and their distance and direction from the present location can be displayed. The distances shown represent distances left to travel to the POIs.

  • Page 52: Displaying Poi Information

    Basic operation 3. Map displays Displaying POI information Touch a POI landmark. ● The POI name and its distance from the present location are displayed. Touch when Info. Info. displayed. ● The information for that POI is displayed. There may not be information available for some POIs.

  • Page 53: Setting The Type Of Local Poi To Be Retrieved While Driving

    Setting the type of local POI to be retrieved while driving Gas station The 6 categories that appear in the local POI menu screen ( Grocery Store Restaurant Parks/Recreation Hotel ) can be customized. This local POI menu can be displayed even while driving, and used to select which POI landmarks are displayed on the map screen.

  • Page 54

    Basic operation 3. Map displays Touch the POI you want to display. Touch...

  • Page 55: Map Retrieval Methods

    Basic operation 4. Map retrieval methods There are various map retrieval methods available. You can choose to display a map by setting/adding a destination, or by registering your home, a memory point, quick access point, or detour memory point. For procedures on how to select a map retrieval method, see the corresponding page number shown for each item below.

  • Page 56

    Basic operation 4. Map retrieval methods Item (touch switch) Function Enter an address to display a map corresponding to that point (or area). (See page 59) Enter the name of a POI to display a map corresponding to the vicinity of that POI. Enter the name of city to display a map of the area around that city.

  • Page 57

    Item (touch switch) Function [Setting a destination] Initiate a route search with a Home registered point as the destination. (Only when points are registered.) Vicinity of quick access points [Registering a memory point] Display a map of a registered point. (Only when points are registered.) ●...

  • Page 58: Changing The Search Area

    Basic operation 4. Map retrieval methods Changing the search area The registered map data is divided into 9 areas comprising the U.S. and Canada. Select the corresponding area before attempting to retrieve a map using the address, POI, intersection, or freeway entrance/exit search functions. When retrieving a map using coordinates or a phone number, the system will use data from all 9 areas.

  • Page 59: Retrieving A Map Using An Address

    Retrieving a map using an address If you know the address for a desired location, you can retrieve a map using the street name or city name for that location. When searching using the address function, select either "search by street name" or "search by city name". ●...

  • Page 60: Searching By Street Name

    Basic operation 4. Map retrieval methods Searching by street name Enter a street name to narrow down the list of cities, then designate a house number to display a map corresponding to your destination. Flow of operation ● Enter a street name ●...

  • Page 61

    Touch the letters to enter a street name. ● Up to 24 letters can be entered. ● Touch to delete letters entered by mistake. ● Lettered touch switches with no corresponding search results will appear inverted. Input is not enabled for these switches.

  • Page 62

    Basic operation 4. Map retrieval methods Touch the numbers to enter the house number. ● Enter a number within the range provided. ● Touch to delete numbers entered by mistake. ● Numbered touch switches with no corresponding search results will appear inverted.

  • Page 63

    Touch the relevant street name. ● A map showing the house number on the corresponding street and the vicinity is displayed.

  • Page 64: Searching By City Name

    Basic operation 4. Map retrieval methods Searching by city name Search for a city using the Nearest 5 Cities, Input City Name, Input Postal Code, or Last 5 Cities function to narrow down the list of potential street names. Then designate a house number to display a map corresponding to your destination.

  • Page 65: Using The Nearest 5 Cities Function

    Touch City ● A screen for selecting the city appears. Touch the desired search method. Search Area ● ... to change the area where you want to initiate a search. Input City Name ● ... to directly enter the name of a city. Nearest 5 Cities ●...

  • Page 66

    Basic operation 4. Map retrieval methods Touch the letters to enter the street name. ● Up to 24 letters can be entered. ● Touch to delete letters entered by mistake. ● Lettered touch switches with no corresponding search results will appear inverted.

  • Page 67: Using The Input City Name Function

    Touch ● A map showing the house number on the corresponding street and the vicinity is displayed. ● See "Performing operations on a retrieved map" on page 94 for information regarding the displayed map. Using the Input City Name function Touch the letters to enter the city name.

  • Page 68: Using The Last 5 Cities Function

    Basic operation 4. Map retrieval methods Touch List ● A list of search results for the entered street name is displayed. ● For information on operations in the list screen, see under "Using the Nearest 5 Cities function" on page Using the Last 5 Cities function Touch the corresponding city name.

  • Page 69: Retrieving A Map Using A Poi Name

    Retrieving a map using a POI name If you have partial information about a destination point, you can narrow down your search results by POI category or city in order to retrieve the corresponding map. When the number of potential items is low, a map can be selected directly from the list screen. City ●...

  • Page 70

    Basic operation 4. Map retrieval methods Touch the letters to enter the POI name. ● Up to 24 letters can be entered. ● Touch to delete letters entered by mistake. ● Lettered touch switches with no corresponding search results will appear inverted.

  • Page 71: Narrowing Down By Category

    Narrowing down by category This is one way to narrow down the list of POIs. This method is useful when the POI category of the destination is known. If the number of potential items is high, narrow down the list by City and start a search after having filtered out a number of items.

  • Page 72

    Basic operation 4. Map retrieval methods Touch the name of the POI you want to display. ● A map will appear. Name ● Touch to return to step under "Retrieving a map using a POI name" on page 70. City ●...

  • Page 73

    Touch the POI name and the corresponding address. ● A map will appear. Name ● Touch to return to step under "Retrieving a map using a POI name" on page 70. ● See "Performing operations on a retrieved map" on page 94 for information regarding the displayed map.

  • Page 74: Narrowing Down By City

    Basic operation 4. Map retrieval methods Narrowing down by city You can narrow down search results by city using the Nearest 5 Cities, Input City Name and Last 5 Cities functions. This is useful when you know the city of your destination point. If the Category number of potential items is high, narrow down the list using and start a search...

  • Page 75

    Touch the name of the POI you want to display. ● A map will appear. Name ● Touch to return to step under "Retrieving a map using a POI name" on page 70. Category ● Touch to narrow down the POIs displayed in the list screen by category.

  • Page 76

    Basic operation 4. Map retrieval methods Touch the POI name and the corresponding address. ● A map will appear. Name ● Touch to return to step under "Retrieving a map using a POI name" on page 70. ● See "Performing operations on a retrieved map"...

  • Page 77: Using The Input City Name Function

    Using the Input City Name function Touch the letters to enter a city name. ● Up to 24 letters can be entered. ● Touch to delete letters entered by mistake. ● Lettered touch switches with no corresponding search results will appear inverted.

  • Page 78: Using The Last 5 Cities Function

    Basic operation 4. Map retrieval methods Touch the name of the POI you want to display. ● A map will appear. Name ● Touch to return to step under "Retrieving a map using a POI name" on page 70. Category ●...

  • Page 79: Retrieving A Map Of The Vicinity Of A Poi

    Touch the name of the POI you want to display. ● A map will appear. Name ● Touch to return to step under "Retrieving a map using a POI name" on page 70. Category ● Touch to narrow down the POIs displayed in the list screen by category.

  • Page 80: Using The Input City Center Function

    Basic operation 4. Map retrieval methods Using the Input City Center function Input City Center Touch Touch the letters to enter a city name. ● Up to 24 letters can be entered. ● Touch to delete letters entered by mistake. ●...

  • Page 81

    Touch Enter ● The map can be moved by touching Touch a POI category. List All Categories ● Touch to list all POI categories. Touch the POI item you want to display. ● Touch a selected POI to cancel. Touch If the number of stored names corresponding to the letters you have entered reaches 4 or less, a screen automatically appears displaying the city search results.

  • Page 82: Using The Current Position, Map, Or To Functions

    Basic operation 4. Map retrieval methods Touch Show List ● A list of the selected POIs appears. Select Category ● Touch to select more categories. ● Up to 5 categories can be selected. Touch the POI name. ● A map for the selected POI appears. Sort by On Route ●...

  • Page 83

    Touch Enter ● The map can be moved by touching Touch the POI category. List All Categories ● Touch to list all POI categories. Touch the POI item you want to display. ● Touch a selected POI to cancel. Touch Touch Show List ●...

  • Page 84

    Basic operation 4. Map retrieval methods Touch the POI name. ● A map for the selected POI appears. Sort by On Route ● Touch reorder the list. (See "Searching for a local POI" on page 48 or "Displaying a list of POIs along the set route" on page 51.) ●...

  • Page 85: Retrieving A Map In The Event Of An Emergency

    Retrieving a map in the event of an emergency In the event of a traffic accident, a problem with your vehicle or other emergency, a map for the nearest police station or hospital can be retrieved. Switch to this mode and the address and longitudinal/latitudinal coordinates of the present location will be indicated on the upper part of the screen.

  • Page 86: Retrieving A Map Using A Memory Point

    Basic operation 4. Map retrieval methods Retrieving a map using a memory point If memory points have been registered in advance (see "Registering memory points" on page 146), a map can be retrieved using one of these points. Touch the memory point you want to display from the list.

  • Page 87: Sorting The Archive

    Sorting the archive Destination archives can be listed in alphabetical order or in date order (most recent first). Touch Sort by Touch the desired switch. Date ● Touch to reorder by date (most recent first). Name ● Touch to order alphabetically.

  • Page 88: Retrieving A Map Using An Intersection Name

    Basic operation 4. Map retrieval methods Retrieving a map using an intersection name An intersection can be retrieved by entering the names of 2 intersecting streets. Touch the letters to enter a street name. ● Up to 24 letters can be entered. ●...

  • Page 89

    Touch the letters to enter a second street name. ● Up to 24 letters can be entered. ● Touch to delete letters entered by mistake. ● Lettered touch switches with no corresponding search results will appear inverted. Input is not enabled for these switches.

  • Page 90: Retrieving A Map Using A Freeway Entrance/exit

    Basic operation 4. Map retrieval methods Retrieving a map using a freeway entrance/exit A map can be retrieved using the name of a freeway or freeway entrance/exit. Touch the letters to enter a freeway name. ● Up to 24 letters can be entered. ●...

  • Page 91: Retrieving A Map Using The Latitude/longitude

    Touch Entrance Exit specify a freeway entrance or exit. Touch the name of the entrance or exit you want to display from the list. ● A map corresponding to that entrance/ exit is displayed. ● The entrance/exit name can be entered directly by touching Input Name Dist.

  • Page 92: Retrieving A Map Using A Telephone Number

    Basic operation 4. Map retrieval methods Touch ● The map retrieved from the entered latitude and longitude appears. ● See "Performing operations on a retrieved map" on page 94 for information regarding the displayed map. ° ’ ” ● Touch the buttons to enter the appropriate symbols.

  • Page 93

    Touch the corresponding POI name. ● A map of the area is displayed. ●Touch to switch between north and south latitude. Touch to switch between west and east longitude. ●If the entered point is outside the area registered in the map data, a map cannot be displayed.

  • Page 94: Performing Operations On A Retrieved Map

    Basic operation 5. Performing operations on a retrieved map You can display point information or perform a search on a retrieved map. It is also possible to set route search conditions on a map retrieved using a destination point (see the next page). Performing operations on a displayed map The following operations are enabled on a retrieved map.

  • Page 95: Displaying Point Information

    Displaying point information Touch Info. ● Point information is displayed. Setting route search conditions Touch Route Preference ● A route preference screen is displayed. There may not be information available for some points.

  • Page 96: Navigation Guidance

    Navigation guidance 1. Setting a destination and searching for a route Route search conditions and destination settings or new route additions need to be completed in order to perform a route search for route guidance to a particular destination. Setting a destination (page 98) All-route display (page 102) I want to change a detected route I want to use a detected route...

  • Page 97: Set A Destination And Search For A Route

    Navigation guidance 2. Set a destination and search for a route Route guidance begins after you set your destination. The destination can be set in the following ways: ● By directly moving the map ● By using a registered point (your home, a quick access point, etc.) ●...

  • Page 98: Setting A Destination

    Navigation guidance 2. Set a destination and search for a route Setting a destination Set by directly moving the map A destination can be set in the currently displayed map. Touch the map. Touch Enter Touch Enter ● The map can be moved by touching ●...

  • Page 99

    ●If the destination is on a freeway or in an inaccessible area, the following screen will appear. Select one of the following options. • Touch to set the destination on the freeway. • Touch to set the destination on a different road. ●If the destination is inaccessible or if there is a river, railroad or other obstruction in its vicinity, the...

  • Page 100: Set Using A Registered Point

    Navigation guidance 2. Set a destination and search for a route Set using a registered point Press DEST Touch or a quick access point through Touch Enter ● The map can be moved by touching ● Route search conditions can be changed by touching Route Preference .

  • Page 101: Set Using A Map Retrieval Method

    Set using a map retrieval method DEST Press Select a map retrieval method to display the map on which a destination is to be set. ● See "Map retrieval methods" and "Performing operations on a retrieved map" (pages 55 and 94) Touch Enter ●...

  • Page 102: Route Search

    Navigation guidance 2. Set a destination and search for a route Route search Set a destination and a route search will automatically start. ● A route search will continue even if you switch to another screen. ● A route will not appear if the distance to the destination is too short. ●...

  • Page 103: All-route Display And Touch Switches

    All-route display and touch switches The all-route display shows the route from the present location to the destination as well as the required time and distance. In addition, route search results can be changed and guidance data can be displayed in this screen.

  • Page 104: Touch Switches

    Navigation guidance 2. Set a destination and search for a route ■ Touch switches The following operations are performed using the touch switches on the all-route display screen. 3 Routes Select from the different routes displayed. (See page 109) Route Change the route search conditions if the route modification screen is displayed.

  • Page 105: Setting Route Search Conditions

    Setting route search conditions Touch Route in the all-route display screen or present location screen. Touch Route Preference Touch the switches to activate route preferences. This illuminates the corresponding operation indicator lights. ● The operation indicator lights turn off when searching for a route with no detour conditions.

  • Page 106: Bypassing A Restricted Segment

    Navigation guidance 2. Set a destination and search for a route Bypassing a restricted segment Touch in the all-route Route display screen or present location screen. Touch Route Preference To search for a route that bypasses time-restricted roads, touch . To Allow Time Restricted Road search for a route that bypasses season-restricted roads, touch...

  • Page 107: Setting The Restriction Message Display

    Setting the restriction message display You can choose to display (ON) or not display (OFF) the message that notifies you when a route search includes restricted segments. Touch in the menu screen. Setup Touch for Traffic Restrict, Notification. ● The touched switch becomes brighter. Touch Default Touch...

  • Page 108: Displaying Route Data (guidance Road Information)

    Navigation guidance 2. Set a destination and search for a route Displaying route data (guidance road information) The route to a destination can be segmented by set points, exits/entrances of freeways, names of streets on the route and a list of distances for every segment displayed. A map of the departure or destination area can also be displayed.

  • Page 109: 3-route Simultaneous Display (3-route Search Function)

    3-route simultaneous display (3-route search function) When you set a destination, the system will search for recommended routes and show an all- route display from your present location to the destination. A total of 3 recommended routes will be displayed (Quick 1, Quick 2 and Short), from which you may select one. Touch in the all-route 3 Routes...

  • Page 110: Modifying The Search Result Route

    Navigation guidance 3. Modifying the search result route After the search result route is obtained, it is possible to modify the route in several ways, such as by adding a destination. The following are methods for modifying the route. Route ●...

  • Page 111: Adding A Destination

    Adding a destination After setting a destination, up to 5 more destinations can be set. Add a destination in the following situations. ● When setting a transit point between the present location and set destination. ● When changing the set destination into a transit point and setting a new destination. Add to Using the same method as for setting a destination, touch to add a new destination.

  • Page 112

    Navigation guidance 3. Modifying the search result route Touch Enter ● The mark is displayed in the same position as ● Up to a maximum of 5 destinations can be set. ● If 5 destinations are already set, delete a destination and proceed. (See page 115) Touch in the segment you...

  • Page 113: Changing Search Conditions Per Segment

    Changing search conditions per segment The search conditions per segment can be changed and a search reinitiated. Touch Route Touch Search Condition Touch the preferred search conditions for each segment. Touch ● A route search is initiated. ●Refer to the section "Reinitiating a route search" on page 136 for information regarding search conditions.

  • Page 114: Switching The Destination Order

    Navigation guidance 3. Modifying the search result route Switching the destination order The order of multiple destinations can be switched and a search reinitiated. Touch Route Touch for Destination. Reorder Touch destination names in the order you want to arrive after leaving the present location.

  • Page 115: Deleting A Destination

    Deleting a destination Multiple set destinations can be deleted. It is also possible to delete all destinations at once. Deleting using Route Touch Route Touch for Destination. Delete ● If only one destination is set, the screen in step will appear. Touch the destination name you want to cancel.

  • Page 116: Deleting From The Map Screen

    Navigation guidance 3. Modifying the search result route Touch ● A route search is initiated. Deleting from the map screen Touch the destination mark on the map screen. Touch Info. Touch Delete Touch...

  • Page 117: Starting, Pausing And Restarting Route Guidance

    Navigation guidance 4. Starting, pausing and restarting route guidance Starting route guidance Guide When the route search is complete, the all-route display screen appears. Touch the all-route display screen to start route guidance. Route guidance can be paused and restarted. Touch in the all-route Guide...

  • Page 118: Pausing And Restarting Route Guidance

    Navigation guidance 4. Starting, pausing and restarting route guidance Pausing and restarting route guidance Touch Suspend Guidance in the menu screen. ● Destinations will not be deleted if route guidance is paused. ● To restart route guidance, touch Resume Guidance in the menu screen.

  • Page 119: Route Guidance

    Navigation guidance 5. Route guidance When the route search is complete, you can begin route guidance for the desired route. Drive towards your destination and the device will guide you along the route all the way. Route guidance screen Apart from the single and split screen displays, it is also possible to display the arrow, turn list, and compass screens while route guidance is in progress.

  • Page 120: Arrow Screen

    Navigation guidance 5. Route guidance ● Arrow screen (see below) ● Turn list screen (page 121) ● Compass screen (page 123) ● Enlarged intersection display screen (page 124) ● Freeway junction guidance screen (page 126) The above are examples of screens that appear during route guidance. Some screens may not be displayed depending on driving conditions.

  • Page 121: Canceling The Arrow Screen

    Canceling the arrow screen Touch Touch to display the normal map. ● Touch in this screen to restore the arrow screen. Turn list screen The names of intersecting roads and distances to them for the next 3 intersections can be displayed.

  • Page 122: Displaying The Turn List Screen

    Navigation guidance 5. Route guidance Displaying the turn list screen Touch Touch ● The turn list screen appears. Canceling the turn list screen Touch Touch to display the normal map. ● Touch in this screen to restore the turn list screen.

  • Page 123: Compass Screen

    Compass screen The current orientation of the vehicle, road name, and latitude/longitude of the present location and destination can be displayed. Orientation display Displays the vehicle’s directional heading. Present location data display Displays the road name and latitude/ longitude at the present location. Destination data display Displays the road name, latitude/longitude, and POI name at the destination.

  • Page 124: Enlarged Intersection Display Screen

    Navigation guidance 5. Route guidance Touch to display the normal map. ● Touch in this screen to restore the compass screen. Enlarged intersection display screen When approaching a junction intersection (within about 0.3 miles), the enlarged intersection display screen automatically appears. Road name display Displays the names of roads at intersections and junctions.

  • Page 125: Canceling The Enlarged Intersection Display Using Off

    Canceling the enlarged intersection display using Touch NAVI ● Press in this screen to restore the enlarged intersection display screen. Canceling the enlarged intersection display using Touch Touch to display the normal map. ● Touch in this screen to restore the enlarged intersection display screen.

  • Page 126: Freeway Junction Guidance Screen

    Navigation guidance 5. Route guidance Freeway junction guidance screen When approaching a freeway junction while route guidance is in progress, the freeway junction guidance screen is automatically displayed on the present location screen (when the present location is on the route). Junction name display The interchange exit/entrance name (IC) or the junction (JCT) direction name is...

  • Page 127: Canceling The Freeway Junction Guidance Screen Using Off

    Canceling the freeway junction guidance screen using Touch NAVI ● Press to redisplay the freeway junction guidance screen. Canceling the freeway junction guidance screen using Touch Touch to display the normal map. ● Touch in this screen to restore the freeway junction guidance screen.

  • Page 128: Ferry Crossing Guidance

    Navigation guidance 5. Route guidance Ferry crossing guidance Ferry crossings are shown with a dotted line. ● Voice guidance occurs up to the ferry terminal. ● After having finished the ferry crossing, start driving and route guidance will resume automatically. Setting the required time / arrival time display The time required to reach your destination is displayed on the left side of the present...

  • Page 129: Setting The Average Speed

    Setting the average speed The following times are calculated using the average speed of your vehicle. ● Arrival time / time to destination on the present location screen (page 16) ● Arrival time / time to destination on the all-route display screen (page 102) ●...

  • Page 130: Voice Guidance

    Navigation guidance 5. Route guidance Voice guidance If you approach an intersection, junction, interchange (ramp) exit/entrance, junction or destination while route guidance is in progress, voice guidance will announce the remaining distance to this point and one of 10 different turning directions (straight, right, left, slight right, slight left, sharp right, sharp left, make a legal U-turn, keep right, keep left).

  • Page 131: Setting Automatic Voice Guidance

    Setting automatic voice guidance The automatic voice guidance function can be turned ON (output) or OFF (no output). Setup Touch in the menu screen. Touch for Auto Voice Guidance. ● The touched switch becomes brighter. Touch ●If your vehicle position is not precisely specified, voice guidance may not occur or, in some cases, may be delayed or announce an erroneous instruction.

  • Page 132: Guidance In All Modes

    Navigation guidance 5. Route guidance Guidance in all modes Route guidance continues without vocal guidance output even when switching to other modes, such as screen displays other than the navigation screen. However, voice guidance can also be made to output in other modes. Setting voice guidance output in all modes Setup Touch...

  • Page 133: Performing Operations On The Guided Route

    Navigation guidance 6. Performing operations on the guided route Redisplaying the all-route display The all-route display from the start point to the destination can be shown. Map View Touch when a map is displayed on the screen. Touch Route Overview ●...

  • Page 134: On-route Scroll

    Navigation guidance 6. Performing operations on the guided route Touch the distance remaining display for the preferred destination. Arrival Time ● Touch to display the estimated time of arrival at your destination. On-route scroll The map screen displaying the guided route can be moved to show the destination, start point, or other set POIs.

  • Page 135: On-route Scroll Screen Operations

    On-route scroll screen operations ● Touch to pause map scrolling. NAVI ● Press to stop the on-route scroll. ● Touch to move the map more quickly. ●If there is no route displayed on the map, on-route scroll is impossible. ●The split-screen display is cancelled during on-route scrolling. You can resume the split-screen display by pressing the button.

  • Page 136: Reinitiating A Route Search

    Navigation guidance 7. Reinitiating a route search Reinitiating a route search While route guidance is in progress, additional destinations can be set, search conditions can be changed, and the route search can be reinitiated. Route DEST Use either to change the route. A route search can be reinitiated from the following screens.

  • Page 137

    Screen Item / touch switch(es) Functions Page number Retrieve a desired map. Set or add a How to retrieve maps destination. Route Overview Show the all-route display. Route Display the route modification screen. Delete Add, switch the order of, or delete Reorder a destination destinations.

  • Page 138: Adding A Detour

    Navigation guidance 7. Reinitiating a route search Adding a detour You can reinitiate a search for a route that takes a detour from the guided road ahead. You can also designate detours that avoid certain road conditions. Touch Route when a map is displayed on the screen.

  • Page 139: Point Registration

    Point registration 1. What is point registration? It is possible to register points on the map such as your home, memory points, and quick access points as memory points. Up to 106 points, including 1 home and 5 quick access points, can be registered.

  • Page 140: Registering, Correcting Or Deleting A Memory Point

    Point registration 2. Registering, correcting or deleting a memory point Registering/correcting/deleting your home One point on the map can be registered as your home. Registering your home enables you to perform a route search to your home with a single switch in the destination setting screen.

  • Page 141

    Touch the switch for the item you want to enter or correct. ● See the following for more information on entering and correcting data: ● Changing icons (page 152) ● Setting quick access points (page 159) ● Entering names (page 155) ●...

  • Page 142: Correcting Your Home

    Point registration 2. Registering, correcting or deleting a memory point Correcting your home Correcting from the menu screen Touch My Places in the menu screen. Touch for Memory Points. Edit Touch Touch the switch for the item you want to enter or correct. ●...

  • Page 143: Correcting From The Map Display

    Correcting from the map display Touch the icon indicating your home on the map. Touch Info. Touch Edit Touch the switch for the item you want to enter or correct. Del. ● Touch to change the memory point type. ● Touch to change to a regular memory point.

  • Page 144: Deleting Your Home

    Point registration 2. Registering, correcting or deleting a memory point ● See the following for more information on entering and correcting data: ● Changing icons (page 152) ● Setting quick access points (page 159) ● Entering names (page 155) ● Displaying names on the map (page 156) ●...

  • Page 145: Deleting From The Map Screen

    Deleting from the map screen Touch the mark registered as your home on the map. Touch Info. Touch Delete Touch...

  • Page 146: Registering Memory Points

    Point registration 2. Registering, correcting or deleting a memory point Registering memory points Up to 106 memory points (landmarks) can be registered on a map, including 1 home and 5 quick access points. If 106 points are already registered, first delete unnecessary memory points and proceed.

  • Page 147: Registering A Far Away Point

    Registering a far away point Touch My Places in the menu screen. Touch Register for Memory Points. Select a map retrieval method to display the map on which the memory point is to be registered. ● See pages 55 and 94, "Map retrieval methods"...

  • Page 148: Correcting Memory Points

    Point registration 2. Registering, correcting or deleting a memory point Touch the switch for the item you want to enter or correct. ● See the following for more information on entering and correcting data: ● Changing icons (page 152) ● Setting quick access points (page 159) ●...

  • Page 149

    Touch the memory point you want to correct. Touch the switch for the item you want to enter or correct. ● Changing icons (page 152) ● Setting quick access points (page 159) ● Entering names (page 155) ● Displaying names on the map (page 156) ●...

  • Page 150: Displaying The Memory Point Editing Screen From The Map Display

    Point registration 2. Registering, correcting or deleting a memory point Displaying the memory point editing screen from the map display Touch the memory point you want to edit on the map. Touch Info. Touch Edit Enter ● Touch to set the memory point as a destination.

  • Page 151: Correcting Memory Point Location

    Correcting memory point location Touch in the memory Location point editing screen. ● A map will appear. Touch ● Move the memory point to the correct position on the map. Touch Enter ● The icon displayed in appears in position. ●...

  • Page 152: Changing A Memory Point Icon

    Point registration 2. Registering, correcting or deleting a memory point Changing a memory point icon Touch in the memory point Icon editing screen. Touch the icon you want to change. ● Touch Page 1 Page 2 , and/or with Sound and change the icon type.

  • Page 153

    After touching set the Bell (with Direction) direction. ● Touch to turn the direction counterclockwise and to turn it clockwise. Touch Enter ● The memory point will be displayed with <With direction> <With sound> Present location Memory point Chime East West About 0.3 miles...

  • Page 154: Entering A Telephone Number For A Memory Point

    Point registration 2. Registering, correcting or deleting a memory point Entering a telephone number for a memory point Touch in the memory Phone # point editing screen. Touch the numbers to enter the telephone number. ● Touch to delete numbers entered by mistake or phone numbers that have already been entered.

  • Page 155: Entering A Memory Point Name

    Entering a memory point name Touch in the memory point Name editing screen. Touch the letters to enter a name. ● Touch to delete characters entered by mistake or names that have already been entered. À-Ý ● Touch to switch to the accent mark screen.

  • Page 156: Displaying A Memory Point Name

    Point registration 2. Registering, correcting or deleting a memory point Displaying a memory point name The name of a stored memory point can be displayed. Touch for Show Name in the memory point editing screen. ● The touched switch becomes brighter. Touch You can register points using a detailed map with a scale of 0.5 miles or less.

  • Page 157: Deleting A Memory Point

    Deleting a memory point Deleting from the menu screen Touch in the menu My Places screen. Touch for Memory Points. Delete Touch the memory point you want to delete. Del. All ● Touch to delete all memory points. Touch ● Touch to return to the original screen.

  • Page 158: Deleting From The Map Screen

    Point registration 2. Registering, correcting or deleting a memory point ● Deleting from the map screen Touch the memory point icon on the map. Touch Info. Touch Delete Touch...

  • Page 159: A Quick Access Point

    Point registration 3. Registering, correcting or deleting a quick access point Up to 5 quick access points can be registered. Quick access points are different from other memory points in that, when registered, they can be retrieved with a single touch from the retrieved map screen. Registering quick access points Touch My Places...

  • Page 160

    Point registration 3. Registering, correcting or deleting a quick access point Touch Quick Access Touch a switched marked Not Registered from 1 to 5. Touch the switch for the item you want to enter or correct. ● See the following for more information on entering and correcting data: ●...

  • Page 161: Correcting A Quick Access Point

    Correcting a quick access point Correcting from the menu screen Touch My Places in the menu screen. Touch for Memory Points. Edit Touch the quick access point you want to edit or enter information for. Touch the switch for the item you want to enter or correct.

  • Page 162: Correcting From The Map Screen

    Point registration 3. Registering, correcting or deleting a quick access point Correcting from the map screen Touch an icon registered as a quick access point on the map. Touch Info. Touch Edit Touch the switch for the item you want to enter or correct. Del.

  • Page 163: Deleting A Quick Access Point

    Deleting a quick access point Touch My Places in the menu screen. Touch for Memory Points. Delete Touch the quick access point you want to delete. Del. All ● Touch to delete all quick access points. Touch ● Touch to return to the original screen.

  • Page 164: Registering, Correcting Or Deleting

    Point registration 4. Registering, correcting or deleting detour memory points Registering detour memory points Up to 10 detour memory points can be registered. If 10 points are already registered, first delete unnecessary detour memory points and proceed. By registering detour memory points, you can search for a route that takes you through the registered area when conducting a route search.

  • Page 165

    Touch Enter ● The map can be moved by touching Touch to set the area to be detoured. ● Touch to widen and to narrow the area. ● When reaching the maximum or minimum permissible area, the switches invert and become inoperable.

  • Page 166

    Point registration 4. Registering, correcting or deleting detour memory points Touch ●There are ten area sizes (side lengths) that can be selected: point, 150 ft, 300 ft, 700 ft, 0.25 mile, 0.5 mile, 1 mile, 2 miles, 4 miles, and 8 miles.

  • Page 167: Correcting A Detour Memory Point

    Correcting a detour memory point Touch My Places in the menu screen. Touch for Areas to Avoid. Edit Touch the area that you want to edit. Touch the switch for the items you want to enter or correct. ● See the following for more information on entering and correcting data: ●...

  • Page 168: Avoiding Detour Memory Points During Route Search

    Point registration 4. Registering, correcting or deleting detour memory points Avoiding detour memory points during route search When performing a route search, the system can be set to avoid detour memory points (ON) or not avoid detour memory points (OFF). Touch My Places in the menu...

  • Page 169: Deleting A Detour Memory Point

    Deleting a detour memory point Touch My Places in the menu screen. Touch for Areas to Avoid. Delete Touch the area that you want to delete. Delete All ● Touch to delete all detour memory points. Touch ● Touch to return to the original screen.

  • Page 170: Destination Archive

    Point registration 5. Destination archive Deleting destination archives Points on a map set as destinations are automatically recorded and be used to retrieve a map when setting a destination (maximum 100 destinations). If you exceed 100 destinations, the oldest entry will be automatically deleted with every new entry. Unnecessary destinations can also be deleted.

  • Page 171: Information Function

    Information function 1. Information screen The information functions are "SETTING", "ESN", "SYSTEM CHECK", and "DATA". The functions "CAMERA SCREEN" and "AV SELECTOR" are operational when these optional devices are connected. Information screen Touch in the menu screen. INFO. Touch any touch switch. ●...

  • Page 172: Switching The Settings

    Information function 1. Information screen Switching the settings SETTING The following items can be adjusted using See the "Owner's manual/Audio and ESN" for more information on "GUIDE TONE", "Pic- CLIP", "VIDEO CONVERT", and "OPENING". See the "Owner's manual Reference Guide" for more information on "USER DATA".

  • Page 173

    Touch BLUE ILLUMINATION. Touch ENTER...

  • Page 174: System Check Screen

    Information function 2. System check screen Touch in the SYSTEM CHECK information screen. ● The system check screen appears. Item (touch switch) Function Displays GPS reception conditions 4 indicators lit: Receiving signals from 4 or more satellites 3 indicators lit: Receiving signals from 3 satellites No lit indicators: Measurement not possible Displays the progress of the distance compensation learning function Pulse Study...

  • Page 175: Optional Function

    Optional function 1. Rear view camera operations When the optional rear view camera is installed, the rear view image can be displayed on the monitor screen. ●Do not rely too heavily on the rear view camera. ●Use the rear view camera as a backup means to check for obstructions behind the vehicle.

  • Page 176

    Optional function 1. Rear view camera operations ●The actual position and distance of people or objects may vary depending on the features of the camera lens. ●Do not expose the camera to strong shocks such as hitting it or knocking it into other objects.

  • Page 177: Rear View Camera Image

    Rear view camera image Displaying the rear view image Automatic display Shift into reverse gear. ● The rear image appears on the monitor screen. ● If you shift out of reverse gear, the display will return to the screen that was displayed prior to the back camera image (navigation, audio, blank screen, etc).

  • Page 178: Manual Display

    Optional function 1. Rear view camera operations Manual display Touch INFO. in the menu screen. Touch in the CAMERA SCREEN information screen. ● The rear image appears on the monitor screen. CAMERA SCREEN ● Touch again to return to the screen displayed prior to the back camera image (navigation, audio, blank screen, etc).

  • Page 179

    ●The range of the image may vary depending on the vehicle and the road conditions. ●There is a limit to the range of the camera. Objects near the ends of the bumper and under the bumper cannot be seen. ●The rear image color may vary from that of the actual objects. ●The image brightness and contrast can be adjusted.

  • Page 180: Setting The Rear View Camera

    Optional function 1. Rear view camera operations Setting the rear view camera You can set whether the image from the rear view camera is displayed when shifting to reverse gear (AUTO) or operated from the INFORMATION screen (MANUAL). Touch in the menu screen. INFO.

  • Page 181: Helpful Tips

    Helpful tips 1. Situations when a correction is necessary The present location must be corrected when: ● Changing a tire (perform an automatic correction). (Distance correction). The present location should be corrected when: ● The vehicle position mark is misaligned, meaning that it appears in a location different to the actual present location (correct the vehicle position mark position and heading).

  • Page 182

    Helpful tips 1. Situations when a correction is necessary Touch ● Move the map to the actual present location. Touch Enter Set the direction. ● Touch to turn the direction counterclockwise, and to turn it clockwise. Touch Enter You can correct the present location using a detailed map with a scale of 0.5 miles or less.

  • Page 183: Correcting The Distance

    Correcting the distance Touch Setup in the menu screen. Touch for Calibration. Adjust Touch Tire Change ● Automatic correction is performed. ●This device performs automatic distance correction using GPS and vehicle speed signals. Correction may be delayed in the event of a sharp deviation that overwhelms the automatic correction function, such as changing a tire or reinstalling the device in another vehicle.

  • Page 184: Saving Navigation Settings

    Helpful tips 2. Saving Navigation settings It is possible to save customized settings for up to 3 different users. You can retrieve a saved setting pattern for performing navigation operations. Settings that can be saved Item Page Item Page Map orientation Volume Map view mode 42, 119...

  • Page 185

    Touch ● Touch to return to the original screen. Memorize ● Touch for settings already saved followed by overwrite. Delete When there are no saved settings, is shaded and becomes inoperable.

  • Page 186: Retrieving Saved Settings

    Helpful tips 2. Saving Navigation settings Retrieving saved settings Touch Select User in the menu screen. Touch User 1 User 2 User 3 ● The current navigation settings are replaced by those saved under the selected touch switch. Deleting all saved navigation settings Touch in the menu Select User...

  • Page 187: Map Data Information

    Helpful tips 3. Map data information It is possible to view information stored in this device, such as map data. The screen below is only an example. Data displayed may vary depending on the type of map data and when it was created. Displaying map data information Touch in the menu screen.

  • Page 188: Accuracy And Errors

    Helpful tips 4. Accuracy and errors Positioning accuracy The GPS is a very accurate satellite system controlled by the U.S. Department of Defense. Errors may result due to the occurrence of a multipath caused by reflections off of buildings or other structures.

  • Page 189: Present Location Display Error

    In the following situations, make sure to install the GPS antenna in the position indicated in the instruction manual for your vehicle model. ●If the noise emitted from another electrical device diminishes signal reception. ●If the device could prevent the proper operation of airbags. ●If the satellite signal received from the side or rear of the vehicle is diminished because of a windshield pillar or roof panel.

  • Page 190: Correcting The Vehicle Position Sensor Using Map-matching

    Helpful tips 4. Accuracy and errors Correcting the vehicle position sensor using map- matching Map-matching is a system that compares present location positioning data from the GPS and other sources with actual driving information in order to match the present location with the most appropriate road.

  • Page 191

    The present location appears When turning on a road When making a turn, the on a road running parallel to forking into two roads making present location appears on the road taken. a "Y" shape, the present the road just before or after location appears on the other the road turned on.

  • Page 192: Road And Geographic Name Data

    Helpful tips 4. Accuracy and errors Road and geographic name data Roads and geographic locations indicated are subject to change after the compilation of the map data and may therefore differ from the actual roads and names. Route guidance In half maile, right turn.

  • Page 193

    When searching for a route, If you bypass the first of While providing guidance on the route display may not multiple destinations, a route where you are headed, appear in time for the next search is reinitiated to provide several geographical names turn.

  • Page 194: Important Points

    For reference 1. Important points If one of these messages appears If any of the following messages are displayed, check the unit while referring to the cause and corrective action columns. Messages Cause Corrective action The GPS antenna is not connected Connect the GPS antenna Check GPS antenna properly.

  • Page 195

    Messages Cause Corrective action Route guidance will proceed using A new route could not be found A route could not be found. the present route. (Drive according when reinitiating a route search. to the route guidance.) The destination is nearby. Please You attempted to set the The destination is nearby.

  • Page 196: Before Asking For Repairs

    For reference 1. Important points Before asking for repairs Slight differences in operation can sometimes be mistaken for mulfunctions, so check the following table before requesting any repairs. If the following fail to solve the problem, contact your local retailer. Symptom Possible reason Corrective action...

  • Page 197: Copyright

    For reference 2. Copyright ¤ 2004 NAVTEQ All rights reserved. END-USER TERMS The Map Data Disc (“Data”) is provided for your personal, internal use only and not for resale. It is protected by copyright, and is subject to the following terms and conditions which are agreed to by you, on the one hand, and AISIN AW CO.,LTD.

  • Page 198

    For reference 2. Copyright No Warranty. This Data is provided to you “as is,” and you agree to use it at your own risk. AISIN AW and its licensors (and their licensors and suppliers) make no guarantees, representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, arising by law or otherwise, including but not limited to, content, quality, accuracy, completeness, effectiveness, reliability, fitness for a particular purpose, usefulness, use or results to be obtained from this Data, or that the Data or server will be uninterrupted or error-free.

  • Page 199

    Government End Users. If the Licensed Data is being acquired by or on behalf of the United States government or any other entity seeking or applying rights similar to those customarily claimed by the United States government, (i) for acquisitions conducted by the Department of Defense, the Licensed Data is licensed with “Limited Rights”...

  • Page 200: Topic Index

    For reference 3. Topic Index Information about the maps <Map displays> ■How to view the map screens "Viewing the navigation screen" ................P16 ■Info on the present location "Displaying the present location" ................P33 ■How to move the map ●How to view a map in the vicinity of the present location "Moving the map (one-touch scroll)".................

  • Page 201

    ■How to switch the map image quality ●How to change the brightness and contrast "Screen adjustment" ....................P24 ●How to change the lettering layout on the keyboard "Switching the lettering layout on the keyboard" ............P26 <Retrieving a map> ■How to retrieve a map "Map retrieval methods"...

  • Page 202: Route Guidance

    For reference 3. Topic Index Route guidance <Prior to starting route guidance> ■How to set a destination "Setting a destination" ....................P98 ■How to start route guidance "Starting route guidance" ..................P117 ■How to view a demo before starting guidance "Demonstration"...

  • Page 203

    ■How to view an enlarged display of the intersection at which you will make a turn "Enlarged intersection display screen" ..............P124 ■How to display freeway interchange/junction directions "Freeway junction guidance screen" ..............P126 ■How to stop route guidance ●How to pause route guidance without deleting the destination(s) "Pausing and restarting route guidance"...

  • Page 204: Other

    For reference 3. Topic Index Other <Useful functions> ■How to change the menu screen color "Setting the wallpaper" ............."Owner's manual/Audio" ■How to place an icon on the map ●How to mark your home "Registering/correcting/deleting your home" ............P140 ●How to mark a desired location "Registering memory points"...

  • Page 205: Index

    For reference 4. Index Numerics 3-route simultaneous display Map display color ........26 (3-route search function) ....109 Map retrieval methods ......55 Map-matching........190 Menu screen........... 20 Accuracy and errors ....... 188 Moving the map........34 All-route display ........102 Arrow screen.........120 Name entry ..........

  • Page 206

    For reference 4. Index Saving navigation settings ....184 Scale display ..........17 Setting a destination ......... 98 Setting the average speed ..... 129 Setting the volume ........29 Split screen display.........42 Starting, pausing and restarting route guidance ........117 Switching the map orientation....41 Switching the map reduction scale ..

Comments to this Manuals

Symbols: 0
Latest comments: