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2008 Civic Hybrid

Navigation Manual

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© 2007 Honda Motor Co., Ltd.
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  • Page 1: 2008 Civic Hybrid

    2008 Civic Hybrid Navigation Manual (Unlinked) This document does not contain hyperlinks and may be formatted for printing instead of web us. This is due to changes in content and specifications of the vehicle that happen throughout the model year. This manual will be replaced with a hyperlinked version at the end of the model year.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Introduction ........4 Entering a Destination ....21 Adding Addresses to the Personal Address Book........ 42 Manual Overview ......4 By Address ........22 By Go Home ........43 System Overview ......4 Selecting the State or Province..22 Selecting the City ......22 Accessories Precautions ....5 Driving to Your Destination ..
  • Page 3 Table of Contents Going Off the Route ......59 Calendar.........68 Correct Vehicle Position....89 System Information .......90 Off-road Tracking......59 Entering Your Schedule ....69 Calculator........70 Basic Settings.........90 Viewing/Saving the Current Unit Conversion....... 70 Keyboard Layout......90 Location........60 Units (mile or km) ......90 Pop-ups and Disclaimers ....61 System Set-up......
  • Page 4 Table of Contents Obtaining a Navigation Navigation General Update DVD......102 Commands........131 Changing the DVD ......103 Navigation Display PC Card Operation with Navi ..104 Commands........132 Inserting the PC Card....104 Find Place Commands ....133 Voice Control of PC Card Climate Control Commands ..134 Functions........
  • Page 5: Introduction

    Introduction Manual Overview System Overview The back of this manual contains: The manual is divided into the Your navigation system is a highly • Map Coverage (page 106) following sections: sophisticated location system with voice • Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) control that uses satellites and a map •...
  • Page 6: Accessories Precautions

    Introduction Accessories Precautions Important Safety Information The navigation system is easy to use. The locations of many places of If you have front window tinting The navigation system can distract your business and entertainment are already installed, be aware that if the tint has attention from the road if you focus on entered in the system.
  • Page 7: Map Overview

    Introduction Map Overview The navigation system is designed to WARNING provide route information to help you reach your destination. However, this Current Street Using the navigation system route guidance may sometimes conflict The current street on which your vehicle while driving can take your with current road conditions such as is, appears at the bottom of the map attention away from the road,...
  • Page 8 Introduction Verified streets (dark colored) Unverified streets (light colored) These roads are found within metropolitan areas, and These roads are found in rural areas, and typically include When include interstate freeways and major roads residential streets away from the center of a town. displayed connecting cities.
  • Page 9: User Agreement

    User Agreement In using this DVD “Satellite Linked • The DVD may not be copied, • The Licensors do not guarantee to the Navigation System” (the “DVD”), duplicated, or otherwise modified, in customer that the functions included which includes HONDA MOTOR CO., whole or in part, without the express in the DVD meet the specific LTD.
  • Page 10 User Agreement • The terms and conditions hereof The user shall indemnify and save Use, duplication, or disclosure of this apply to all subsequent users and harmless the Licensors, and their DVD by or on behalf of the United owners as well as to the original officers, employees and agents, from States government is subject to purchaser.
  • Page 11: Getting Started

    Getting Started System Controls OPEN button Tilts the screen down to access the CD, AUDIO button DVD, and PC Card slots. OPEN button CLOSE button Return the screen to the original Screen Joystick/ENT button position. Pressing the OPEN button tilts the screen down.
  • Page 12 Getting Started Joystick/ENT button SETUP button Other buttons Moves left, right, up and down, to move Displays the Setup screens to change See the Audio section of the Owner’s the highlighting around the display, to and update information in the system. manual.
  • Page 13: Voice Control Basics

    Getting Started Voice Control Basics NAVI BACK button This button has the same function as the Your vehicle has a voice control system CANCEL button. When you press and that allows hands-free operation of most release it, the display returns to the of the navigation system functions.
  • Page 14: Using The Voice Control System

    Getting Started Using the Voice Control System If the system does not understand a If you hear a prompt such as “Please use command or you wait too long to give a the touch screen to...” or “Please choose You should use the voice control system command, it responds with “Pardon,”...
  • Page 15: Selecting An Item (button) On The Screen

    Getting Started Selecting an Item (Button) Selecting an Item in a List • After pressing and releasing the NAVI TALK button, wait for the on the Screen To scroll through a list, do one of the beep, then give a voice command. following: On most screens, there are items that •...
  • Page 16: Using The On-screen Keyboard

    Getting Started Using the On-screen The names that can be used for each letter are shown below. For additional keyboard symbols, see page 138. Keyboard When the system needs input from you, the display changes to a keyboard. Use the displayed letters to enter the information.
  • Page 17: System Start-up

    Getting Started System Start-up Each entered letter will appear at the top You can choose to have your keyboard of the display. Say or select Space to displayed in alphabetized format as When you turn the ignition to ON (II), it enter a space between words.
  • Page 18 Getting Started By touching CLOCK TYPE, you can If you select OK, the reminder will not Read this disclaimer carefully so you understand it before continuing. Push in change the design of the clock screen. show up again. If you wish to have the on the joystick, or touch OK, and the For details of the clock type, see reminder show up again later in the day,...
  • Page 19: Map Screen Legend

    Getting Started Map Screen Legend Landmark Icon - Generic (see page 55) Map Orientation “Breadcrumbs” (see page 54) (see Off-road Tracking on page 59) Honda Dealer Acura Dealer Hospital School “North Up” Grocery Store Restaurant Gas Station “Heading Up” Hotel/Lodging Parking Lot Parking Garage Post Office...
  • Page 20: Map Screen Description

    Getting Started Map Screen Description Displaying Current Location You can say “Save current location.” or select Save on the screen to save the You can say “Display current location.” current location in your Address Book. Zoom In/Out or touch the vehicle position icon at any Use the ZOOM buttons to change the time to see the current address, latitude, Select Return to return to the previous...
  • Page 21: System Function Diagram

    Getting Started System Function Diagram VOICE: This diagram shows the navigation "DISPLAY (OR SAVE) CURRENT LOCATION" (pg. 60) system features, starting at the center and working outward in layers. The navigation program starts at “Key ON,” and then displays the globe screen VOICE: "FIND (blue).
  • Page 22: Entering A Destination

    Entering a Destination When you press the MENU button, the Places (see page 31) Today’s Destinations (see page 40) display changes to: The system has been programmed with You can enter and sort up to five the locations of many businesses, parks, destinations and store them in the hospitals, etc.
  • Page 23: By Address

    Entering a Destination By Address NOTE: By Voice Control: Say “City” on the Find address by If you find that your city is not listed, it After you select Address from the screen, and the display changes to the may be part of a larger metropolitan Enter destination by screen, the Say city name screen.
  • Page 24 Entering a Destination To enter the city name by voice spelling, The system has a talk back function. If By Touch Control: say or select CHANGE TO Spell your spoken letter is not recognized, the Select City, and the display then Mode on the Say city name screen, system will talk back to you.
  • Page 25: Selecting The Street

    Entering a Destination Selecting the Street If the system does not find an exact To enter the street name by voice match, select List when you finish spelling, say or select CHANGE TO By Voice Control: entering the name of the city. Most of Spell Mode on the Say street name After you have selected the city, or if the cities and towns for that state are...
  • Page 26 Entering a Destination The system has a talk back function. If By Touch Control: The system will display a list of street your spoken letter is not recognized, the names, with the closest match to the After you have selected the city, or if system will talk back to you.
  • Page 27: Entering The Street Number

    Entering a Destination Entering the Street Number By Intersection Tip: If the particular address you want After you have completed the street After you select Intersection from the cannot be found, select Map Input and name, the display changes to the Enter Enter destination by screen, the use the joystick to select the appropriate street number screen.
  • Page 28: Selecting The State Or Province

    Entering a Destination Selecting the City NOTE: To enter the city name by voice spelling, say or select CHANGE TO Spell • If you find that your city is not listed, This is helpful if the street runs through Mode on the Say city name screen, it may be part of a larger several cities, and you know what city and the display will change to the Enter...
  • Page 29 Entering a Destination The system has a talk back function. If By Touch Control: If the system does not find an exact your spoken letter is not recognized, the match, select List when you finish Select City, and the display then system will talk back to you.
  • Page 30: Selecting The Street

    Entering a Destination Selecting the Street Say the street name by saying individual The system has a talk back function. If letters or numbers, one at a time. your spoken letter is not recognized, the By Voice Control: system will talk back to you. For After you have selected the city, or if example, if you say “E”...
  • Page 31 Entering a Destination By Touch Control: The system will display a list of street If you did not select a city in the names, with the closest match to the beginning, and the intersection appears After you have selected the city, or if you select Street in the beginning, the name you entered at the top of the list.
  • Page 32: By Places

    Entering a Destination By Places Finding the Place by Category • The second best method is to select Category, then Restaurant, and The Category option gives you a list of After you select Places from the Enter enter the keyword “Bucks.” The list destination by screen, the display categories or types of businesses to will include all restaurants that have...
  • Page 33 Entering a Destination Auto Service Leisure Shopping The subcategories are: Acura Dealers, The subcategories are: Amusement The subcategories are: All Shopping, Honda Dealers, Gas Stations, etc. Park, Golf Course, Historical Accessories/Jewelry, Auto Parts & Monument, Marina, Movie Theater, Electronics, Books/Music/Video, Banking Museum, Park/Recreation Area, Clothing, Groceries, Home...
  • Page 34 Entering a Destination Advanced After selecting a category, the system Place Name by Keyword will give you the options of Place If you do not know the exact name of If you do not find the category or Name by Keyword, Sort by the destination, you can find the place subcategory you need in the other Distance to Travel, City Vicinity, or...
  • Page 35 Entering a Destination If you select the Sort by Distance to If you select the City Vicinity option, Sort by Distance to Travel Travel option, the Enter keyword for the Enter city name screen appears. When you select this option, the system place screen appears.
  • Page 36: Finding The Place By Name

    Entering a Destination Finding the Place by Phone City Vicinity Place Name The system allows you to find points of When you select this option, the display Number interest in the vicinity of the city you changes to Enter a place name screen. The Phone Number option allows entered.
  • Page 37: By Map Input

    Entering a Destination By Map Input Showing the Map of Current The yellow box indicates the area you will see when you click on the current Position After you select Map Input from the map with the joystick. Enter destination by screen, the The Current Position selection display changes to: assumes that you are looking for a...
  • Page 38: Showing The Map Of City

    Entering a Destination Showing the Map of City If you selected multiple icons within the cursor radius, the following screen With the City selection, the display appears. Select an item from the list. changes to the Enter city name screen. When you have entered the desired city, the display changes to a map.
  • Page 39: Showing The Map Of Continental Usa

    Entering a Destination Showing the Map of Continental The yellow box indicates the area you The yellow box indicates the area you will see when you click on the current will see when you click on the current map with the joystick. map with the joystick.
  • Page 40: By Previous Destinations

    Entering a Destination By Previous Destinations NOTE: NOTE: • If Previous Destinations is • Prior to departure, you can set areas Every time you route to a destination, grayed out, there is no Previous to avoid. The system then includes that destination is saved by the system.
  • Page 41: By Today's Destinations

    Entering a Destination By Today’s Destinations Editing Today’s Destination List Adding Destinations to the List If you change your plans, you can After you have used any of the other You can create a “trip” by combining selections from the Enter destination multiple destinations previously modify the Today’s Destination list order by distance, or by order of entry.
  • Page 42: By Address Book

    Entering a Destination By Address Book The display then changes to show you NOTE: all the current entries on the Today’s When finishing a “Today’s This selection allows you to choose a Destination list. Press Done to return to Destinations” trip, the Today’s personal address entry for a destination.
  • Page 43: Adding Addresses To The Personal Address Book

    Entering a Destination Adding Addresses to the NOTE: NOTE: PINs are optional. If you choose to use a • Destinations chosen from the Address Personal Address Book PIN, make sure you remember it. If you Book do not show up in Previous There are two ways to enter addresses to forget your PIN, your dealer will have Destinations.
  • Page 44: By Go Home

    Entering a Destination By Go Home NOTE: • To edit Home Address, see Home Selecting Go Home from the Enter Address in System Set-up on page 77. destination by screen takes you home • Prior to departure, you can set areas or to a frequently used address you have to avoid.
  • Page 45: Driving To Your Destination

    Driving to Your Destination Driving to Your Destination Calculate Route to Screen Further selections from the Calculate route to screen include: A route typically has three phases. ADD TO Address Book • Initial route calculation (Calculate route to screen) (see page 44) Allows you to add the destination to your Address Book (see By Address •...
  • Page 46: Changing The Routing Method

    Driving to Your Destination Changing the Routing Method • “Direct Route” (the factory default) is The generated route may not be the the route that is the quickest (least route you would choose. For safety The system lets you select the way you time) and is usually the best choice.
  • Page 47: Viewing The Routes

    Driving to Your Destination Viewing the Routes Say or select Summary to display the NOTE: distance and time to go for each route. • The selected route method and Touching View Routes allows you to Based on the summary data, you can pertinent details are shown at the top scroll through and view the various change the routing by using the Next...
  • Page 48: Viewing The Destination Map

    Driving to Your Destination Viewing the Destination Map Map Screen Touching View Dest. Map displays a When you select OK on the Calculate map of the destination vicinity. Press the route to screen, the map screen CANCEL or NAVI BACK button to appears, showing your highlighted route return.
  • Page 49: Guidance Prompts

    Driving to Your Destination Guidance Prompts NOTE: • You can say “Voice” or select As you get near the maneuver, you will VOICE on the screen at any time to hear a voice reminder, and see a pop-up be reminded of the next maneuver. window showing you the maneuver.
  • Page 50: Map Screen Legend

    Driving to Your Destination Map Screen Legend Map Features Waypoint Time to Destination Dark Green: Park Gray: (When on route) (see page 51) Light Blue: Hospital Airport/Stadium/Business (see page 62) Brown: Shopping Mall Blue: Body of Water Distance to Destination Light Brown: Blue/Green: Cemetery (see page 51)
  • Page 51: Guidance Screen

    Driving to Your Destination Guidance Screen Guidance Screen Legend The guidance screen offers an alternative Freeway Exit Information (see page 52) way to view your route information. Many of the icons and screen features are Vehicle Heading (white indicates North) (see page 50) similar to those on the map screen.
  • Page 52: Distance And Time To Destination

    Driving to Your Destination Distance and Time to Direction List You can see the Direction list and the distance to each maneuver. Press the Destination When you press the MAP/GUIDE MAP/GUIDE button to return to the button on the guidance screen, the When you select a destination, the map screen.
  • Page 53: Exit Info

    Driving to Your Destination Exit Info (Freeway Exit Split Screen Guidance When you get near the maneuver, the map screen changes to: Information) When on route to a destination, you have two display options: single screen You can search freeway exit mode (the factory default) and the split information and add new destinations or screen mode.
  • Page 54: Map Scale

    Driving to Your Destination Map Scale Use the ZOOM buttons or a voice command such as “Display 1/2 mile scale” (see page 132) to change the scale of the map. Zooming in increases the detail, while zooming out gives you a view of a wider area. After changing the scale, give the system a few moments to update the display.
  • Page 55: Map Orientation

    Driving to Your Destination Map Orientation Touch the Map Orientation icon on the The display automatically changes to map screen to switch between the the map screen when you reach your The map can be orientated two ways: destination. Press the MENU button to available orientation, or say “Display •...
  • Page 56: Destination Icon

    Driving to Your Destination Destination Icon Landmark Icons Some icons can be turned on or off; you can either display them or hide The destination icon only shows the Landmark icons are shown in the map them from the ICON button on the approximate location of the destination.
  • Page 57 Driving to Your Destination For some icons you can choose either to show or hide them on the map, while others like Honda Dealers, are always shown. The table below shows the features for each icon type. Some Points of Interest (POIs) like Police Stations are not shown as an icon, but you can still locate the nearest one with the voice command, “Find nearest Police station.”...
  • Page 58: Showing Icons On The Map

    Driving to Your Destination Showing Icons on the Map Icon Options Icon Options This feature allows you to “fine tune” Touching the ICON button on the map Selecting Icon Options displays the some of the icons on the Icon bar (See screen displays the following screen: following screen: Icon Options below for more...
  • Page 59 Driving to Your Destination In the example above, POST OFFICE For instance, let’s assume that your NOTE: hospital is not displayed on the map, and and SCHOOL are selected and will • When viewing the map screen, you you want to make sure that your settings show up on the map.
  • Page 60: Going Off The Route

    Driving to Your Destination Going Off the Route Off-road Tracking By following the dots, you can backtrack to the mapped road you If you leave the calculated route, If you drive more than half a mile from originally left. “Breadcrumbs” may “Recalculating...”...
  • Page 61: Viewing/saving The Current Location

    Driving to Your Destination Viewing/Saving the Current NOTE: To save the location, say “Save current location” or select Save on the screen. The elevation will not appear when the Location When you select “User 1” or “User 2,” system is temporarily lacking proper Whenever you are on a map screen, you the Edit address book screen with the GPS information.
  • Page 62: Pop-ups And Disclaimers

    Driving to Your Destination Pop-ups and Disclaimers • Your route passes near an unverified • You are about to enter an unverified area (see Unverified Area Routing on area (see Unverified Area Routing on When you say “OK” in the Calculate page 81).
  • Page 63: Changing The Route

    Driving to Your Destination Changing the Route Waypoints Choose a different destination (other methods): Waypoints allow you to add an interim While on route, you may wish to alter your route, add an interim “Waypoint” “pit stop” while traveling to a •...
  • Page 64 Driving to Your Destination From Places Around the When you enter waypoints, they appear Adding Waypoints on the map screen as small red flags Destination, the system displays From the Change route by screen, if numbered 1-5. you say or select Search Places on matches in a spiral pattern outward from the destination.
  • Page 65: Reroute: Avoid Streets

    Driving to Your Destination Reroute: Avoid Streets Reroute: Detour Deleting Waypoints From the Change route by screen, if From the Change route by screen, if Calculates a detour route for you if you you say “Delete” or select Delete, then you say or select Avoid Streets, the encounter an unexpected obstacle such the Select a waypoint to delete screen...
  • Page 66: Cancel Current Route

    Driving to Your Destination Cancel Current Route Changing Your Destination Using Joystick to Change Cancels the current route (and any Destination There are four methods by which you waypoints) and returns you to the map can change or add a waypoint to your While following a calculated route, you screen.
  • Page 67: Entering A Destination From The Menu Screen (while On Route)

    Driving to Your Destination Entering a Destination from the Continue Trip Screen With the desired address displayed, push in on the joystick. The Calculate Menu Screen (while on route) If you restart the vehicle, without having route to screen is displayed. Say or completed your prior trip, you will see If you say “Menu”...
  • Page 68: Information Features

    Information Features Information Screen Voice Command Help There is a tutorial available for the voice command help. Say or select Getting When you say “Information” or press When you say or select Voice started, and the display changes to: the INFO button, the display changes to: Command Help, you will see the following screen: Select the line number of the desired...
  • Page 69: Map Legend

    Information Features Map Legend Calendar When you make a selection, you will see the help commands that can be used You can use the Map legend screens to The Calendar option allows you to with the voice control. You can say or learn the meaning of map features, enter events and be reminded of them in select Read List, and the system will...
  • Page 70: Entering Your Schedule

    Information Features Entering Your Schedule You can scroll through the calendar day Edit Title by day by pushing the joystick or select Say or select Edit Title, then enter the Set your schedule by selecting the day the day by voice. To change the month, name of your title using the on-screen on the calendar, and the display changes say “Next”...
  • Page 71: Calculator

    Information Features Calculator Unit Conversion Done Once you have finished entering the To perform a conversion: When you say or select Calculator, the schedule, say or select Done. The display changes to: 1. Enter a numeric value to be converted Calendar screen is re-displayed and a (for example, 100).
  • Page 72: System Set-up

    System Set-up Setup Mode Setup Screen (first) NOTE: You can have a separate daytime and The Setup function consists of two From any screen, say “Setup” or press nighttime setting for brightness. Adjust different screens that allow you to the SETUP button and the following each setting when the display is in either change and update information in the screen appears:...
  • Page 73: Display

    System Set-up Display Display How setting To override setting while But remember: There are two screen display modes: Mode affects display driving: mode: Auto Automatically Override night display: Remember to adjust the (factory switches between With headlights on, dash brightness back to Day and Night default) repeatedly press the gauge...
  • Page 74: Guidance Prompts

    System Set-up Guidance Prompts Setup Screen (second) NOTE: To temporarily turn off voice guidance While you drive to your destination, the Say or select More to view additional prompts, select Off for the “Volume” system displays and announces Setup functions and the following setting in Setup.
  • Page 75: Personal Information

    System Set-up Personal Information Accessing the Address Book List After selecting Address Book, the From the Setup screen (second), say or system prompts you to select User 1 or select Personal Information and the User 2. following screen appears: If an Address Book PIN has been set, the system prompts you to enter your PIN.
  • Page 76 System Set-up Entering an Address Book Edit Name Edit Address After you select User 1 or User 2, You may use the “Name” field to give When you say or select Edit Address, your Address Book list appears: the entry a name or title that you will the display changes to: recognize later, such as “Doctor Smith”...
  • Page 77 System Set-up Places - Allows you to select one of the Edit Phone Number Edit Category Point of Interest (POI) locations already You can enter the telephone number of If desired, you can specify the category stored in the system as one of your the address.
  • Page 78: Home Address

    System Set-up Home Address NOTE: Edit/Delete an Address This feature allows you to select an You may have up to 100 categories. This feature lets you return “Home” address to edit or delete. Once an These are shared between User 1 and from any location simply by saying “Go address is selected, choose the User 2.
  • Page 79: Pin Number

    System Set-up PIN Number Address Book PIN 4. If you have entered the PIN correctly, the display changes to the Please re- If you choose to enter a PIN for the You can set a four-digit PIN (Personal enter new PIN screen. Enter the personal Address Book, you will have to Identification Number) for accessing same number, then touch Done to...
  • Page 80: User Name

    System Set-up Previous Destinations 4. Say or select Done to perform the Go Home PIN deletion, and the display returns to Allows you to delete some or all of your 1. Select Go Home PIN, and the the previous screen. previous destinations.
  • Page 81: Routing & Guidance

    System Set-up Routing & Guidance Rerouting If Rerouting is set to Automatic and From the Setup screen (second), say or select Routing & Guidance and the you deviate from the route, you will see “Recalculating...” at the top of the following screen appears: screen for several seconds as the system calculates a new route.
  • Page 82: Unverified Area Routing

    System Set-up Unverified Area Routing Allows you to receive turn-by-turn map and voice guidance in unverified areas when on route to a destination (see Map Overview on page 6). The chart below illustrates the routing differences with this setting On or Off. Unverified Area Routing: Off (factory default) Unverified Area Routing: On Decision:...
  • Page 83 System Set-up Unverified Area Routing “On” Unverified Area Routing Because both routes bypass or use unverified streets, an initial Disclaimer When driving to your destination, you have the choice of using or not using screen is provided. It is recommended that you stop and review the map.
  • Page 84 System Set-up With Unverified Area Routing Off, Unverified Area Routing “Off” Unverified Area Routing “On” the driver chose to take a shortcut, and avoid the long route. The moment you enter an unverified street, a caution box appears on the screen, and is read by the voice.
  • Page 85 System Set-up With Unverified Area Routing Off, Unverified Area Routing “Off” Unverified Area Routing “On” you are presented with a blue “vector line” that always points to the destination. You must manually choose streets from the map that will lead to your destination.
  • Page 86: Edit Avoid Area

    System Set-up Edit Avoid Area When you select Edit, for the setup item Say or select Edit Name, and use the “Edit Avoid Area,” the following list keyboard to enter the name on the Enter This function allows you to select areas avoid area name screen (19 characters screen is displayed: you wish to avoid when calculating a...
  • Page 87 System Set-up Either select Address or Map Input Answering “No” allows you to enter a on the Enter avoid area by screen. route through an avoided area on a Each choice provides a slightly different freeway, and skip the “Avoid area way to locate the approximate map caution box”...
  • Page 88: Edit Waypoint Search Area

    System Set-up Edit Waypoint Search Area NOTE: • You can select areas to avoid, When driving on route to your however you cannot select roads or destination, you can select a temporary areas that you want the system to use destination “waypoint”...
  • Page 89: Guidance Mode

    System Set-up Guidance Mode Vehicle For “Places Along the Route,” the system looks in front of you within a Allows you to select the guidance From the Setup screen (second), say or corridor width specified by your values display mode: Single Screen or Split select Vehicle and the following screen for “On Freeways”...
  • Page 90: Correct Vehicle Position

    System Set-up Correct Vehicle Position After you have traveled approximately 1/2 mile away from a mapped road, the The system relies on satellites for system will display a series of white positioning information. Buildings, dots on the map screen to show the path tunnels, and other objects can block or you have traveled.
  • Page 91: System Information

    System Set-up System Information Basic Settings Keyboard Layout Allows you to select the displayed From the Setup screen (second), say or From the Setup screen (second), say or keypad screen: Alphabet or select System Information and the select Basic Settings and the QWERTY.
  • Page 92: Clock Settings

    System Set-up Clock Settings Clock Adjustment Auto Daylight Saving Time Sets automatic daylight saving time On When you select Clock Adjustment, From the Setup screen (second), say or or Off. If set to On, the navi clock will select Clock Settings and the the following screen appears: automatically “spring ahead”...
  • Page 93 System Set-up The dates that the navi switches between Auto Time Zone by GPS Daylight Savings Time (DST) standard and daylight savings time are Sets automatic time zone selection by Selection (Change DST schedule) not triggered by GPS satellite signals. GPS to On or Off.
  • Page 94: Clock Type

    System Set-up Clock Type Color Time Adjustment Adjusts the current time in hours and Allows you to choose the design of the From the Setup screen (second), say or minutes. You can reset the adjustment clock screen from one of three Clock select Color and the following screen by selecting Reset.
  • Page 95: Map Color

    System Set-up Map Color Menu Color Allows you to choose the map color Allows you to choose the menu color from one of four colors for the Day and from one of five colors for each Base Night mode. and Window. Say or select Return to return to the Say or select Return to return to the previous screen.
  • Page 96: System Initialization

    System Initialization System Initialization Entering the Security Code Enter the four-digit security code, then select Done. If you have entered it If for any reason, you lose power to the If the battery goes dead or is correctly, the display changes to the navigation system (like the battery was disconnected for any reason, you will Disclaimer screen.
  • Page 97: Gps Initialization

    System Initialization GPS Initialization Map Matching If the navigation system finds the satellites properly, this box clears, and Depending on the length of time the This part of the initialization matches changes to the Disclaimer screen. If battery was disconnected, your system the GPS coordinates found above with a within ten minutes the system fails to may require GPS initialization.
  • Page 98: System Limitations

    System Limitations Although your navigation system is one Also, depending on your current view of • Trees, tall buildings, freeway of the most highly sophisticated pieces the sky and the position of the satellites, overpasses, tunnels or overhead of equipment you will find in a modern the elevation may be shown incorrectly.
  • Page 99 System Limitations The destination icon shows the approximate location of the destination. This occurs because a city block can have as many as 100 possible addresses (for example, the 1400 block is followed by the 1500 block.) Since most cities use only a portion of the 100 possible addresses (for example, in the 1400 block, the addresses may only go up to...
  • Page 100: Database Limitations

    Database Limitations You will find that some points of The digitized map database reflects In addition, this database does not interest (POI) may be missing when you conditions as they existed at various include, analyze, process, consider, or search the database. This can be caused points in time before production.
  • Page 101 Database Limitations • Weather conditions Copyrights • Special events • infoUSA-Data: Certain business data provided by infoUSA, Inc., Omaha, • Pavement characteristics or Nebraska, Copyright © 2006, All conditions Rights Reserved. • Traffic congestion • EXIT-Data: © ZENRIN CO., LTD. •...
  • Page 102: Customer Assistance

    Customer Assistance Reporting Errors Honda Automobile • If the error does not involve the database, such as if the vehicle Occasionally, you may encounter Customer Service position icon does not follow the database errors. Telephone: (800) 999-1009 road, screen error messages, or other Fax: (310) 783-3273 •...
  • Page 103: Visiting Your Dealer

    Some issues may at line by going to www.honda.com and first seem random, but you may notice a selecting “Honda Automobiles,” entering • The navi FAQs found on the on-line pattern, like it only occurs when you “navi” into the “Type a question” field, DVD order site (see “Obtaining a...
  • Page 104: Changing The Dvd

    Customer Assistance Changing the DVD 3. Press down on the DVD cover release 4. Press the MAP (Eject) button. The , then lower the cover DVD will automatically come out and an error message will display on NOTE: the screen. This is normal. The system’s database is stored on a removable DVD.
  • Page 105: Pc Card Operation With Navi

    Customer Assistance PC Card Operation with Navi Inserting the PC Card CD/CD-R Operation with Ensure that the PCMCIA PC card A PC card with WMA or MP3 audio Navi files can be played through the Audio adaptor contains the media chip, and A CD or a burned CD-R with MP3 or that the card adaptor is fully inserted in system, and controlled using the...
  • Page 106: Voice Control Of Cd Functions

    Customer Assistance Voice Control of CD Functions The navigation voice control system can be used to select the first 30 tracks directly by using the command, “CD play track X” (X=1-30). Additional voice commands allow CD tracks, and folders be played in a random, repeat, or in a scan mode.
  • Page 107: Coverage Areas

    The system provides map coverage for Alabama Services or go to www.honda.com and the following 48 US states, and southern Birmingham/Tuscaloosa select “Honda Automobiles,” enter Canada. The US map coverage consists Huntsville “navi” into the “Type a question” field, of accurately mapped (verified) Mobile and follow the links.
  • Page 108 Coverage Areas Colorado Florida Idaho Denver/Boulder/Colorado Springs/ Cape Canaveral/Cocoa Beach/ Boise Ski Resorts Metro area – including Titusville Sun Valley Ski Resorts Ft. Collins Florida Keys Spokane-Coeur d’Alene Grand Junction Fort Myers Metro area – including Illinois Naples Connecticut Bloomington-Normal Fort Pierce Bridgeport Champaign...
  • Page 109 Coverage Areas Indiana Maine Michigan Evansville Bangor Detroit Metro area – including Ann Fort Wayne Bar Harbor/Acadia National Park Arbor, Pontiac, Flint, Clinton, Eaton, Gary/Hammond Metro Portland/Lewiston/Auburn and Monroe Counties Indianapolis Metro Grand Rapids Metro Maryland Kokomo Metro Kalamazoo Cumberland Northwest Indiana Lansing Metro Baltimore/Washington D.C.
  • Page 110 Coverage Areas Missouri New Jersey North Carolina Branson Northern New Jersey Asheville Columbia Southern New Jersey – including Charlotte Metro Kansas City (KS-MO) Metro – Atlantic City/Cape May/Cumberland Fayetteville including Platte County Metro Hickory Springfield Camden Metro Morgantown St Louis Metro (IL-MO) – including Newark Metro Jacksonville additional cities in Jefferson County...
  • Page 111 Coverage Areas Oregon South Carolina Texas Bend Augusta-Aiken Austin Metro Eugene Beaufort Big Bend Medford Charleston Bryan/College Station Portland/Salem Metro Charlotte Corpus Christi Columbia Dallas/Fort Worth Metro-Sherman – Pennsylvania Greenville/Spartanburg – including including additional cities in Grayson Allentown additional cities in Greenville and County Erie Spartanburg Counties...
  • Page 112: Canada Detailed Coverage Areas

    Coverage Areas Canada Detailed Coverage Virginia West Virginia Washington D.C. detailed area – Charleston Areas including Alexandria, Arlington, Harper’s Ferry Metro Fairfax, Falls Church, Fauquier NOTE: Wisconsin County, Fredericksburg City, The blue colored city names are not Appleton Manassas, and additional cities in included in the USA South DVD.
  • Page 113 Coverage Areas Stony Plain Fraser Valley Squamish-Lillooet Strathcona County Abbottsford Whistler Chilliwack Kamloops BRITISH COLUMBIA Mission MANITOBA Greater Vancouver Central Okanagan East St Paul Anmore Kelowna Headingley Belcarra Peachland West St Paul Bowen Island Winnipeg Okanagan-Similkamen Burnaby Coquitlam Penticton NOVA SCOTIA Delta Summerland Halifax (partial)
  • Page 114 Coverage Areas Halton Peel Wellington Burlington Brampton Guelph Halton Mills Caledon Puslinch Milton Mississauga York Oakville Simcoe Aurora Hamilton Adjala-Tosorontio Ease Gwillimbury Hamilton Barrie Georgina Bradford West Gwillimbury King Muskoka Clearview Markham Bracebridge Essa Newmarket Georgian Bay Innisfil Richmond Hill Gravenhurst Midland Vaughan...
  • Page 115 Coverage Areas Gray QUÉBEC La Rivìere-du-Nord Haldimand-Norfolk Prévost Municipalites Regionales de Comte Haliburton St-Colomban Beauharnois-Salaberry Hastings St-Hippolyte Brome-Missisquoi Huron St-Jèrôme Coaticook Kawartha Lakes Ste-Sophie La Haute-Yamaska Lambton La Vallee-du-Richelieu La Vallee-du-Richelieu Lanark Le Haut-Richelieu Beloeil Leeds and Granville Le Haut-St-Laurent Caringnan Lennox and Addington Les Jardins-de-Napierville...
  • Page 116 Coverage Areas Les Laurentides Les Pays-D’en-Haut Therese-de-Blainville Amherst Lac-des-Seize-Îles Blainville Arundel Morin-Heights Boisbriand Barkmere Piedmont Bois-des-Filion Brèbeuf Ste-Adolphe-d’Howard Lorraine Huberdeau St-Sauveur Rosemere La Conception Ste-Adèle Ste-Therese La Minerve Ste-Anne-des-Lacs Vaudreuil-Soulanges Labelle Ste-Marguerite-Estèrel Hudson Lac-Supèrieur Wentworth-Nord L’Ile-Cadieux Lantier Longueuil L’Ile-Perrot Mont-Tremblant Longueuil Notre-Dame-de-l’Ile-Perrot Montcalm...
  • Page 117 Coverage Areas CANADA CONNECTOR ROADS Roads in the province of Alberta Roads in the province of Manitoba: The Cross-Canada Connector Road Hwy-1/Trans Canada Hwy across Hwy-1/Trans Canada Hwy across allows for travel between the whole province whole province provinces of British Columbia and Hwy-1A from Cochrane to Canmore Hwy-100/Trans Canada Hwy in Quebec in DCA 11.
  • Page 118: Frequently Asked Questions

    Frequently Asked Questions Map, and Features, Voice Operation, Entering Addresses Problem Solution Why does the Disclaimer screen need to be displayed every The Disclaimer screen reminds you and your guest drivers to always time I start the car? I am the only driver. operate the navigation system in a safe manner.
  • Page 119 Frequently Asked Questions Problem Solution When I drive at night, the screen is bright and will not switch The system thinks it’s in Day display mode. Verify the following: The display mode in Setup is set to Auto, the dash brightness is not set to to the night display mode.
  • Page 120 Frequently Asked Questions Guidance, Routing Problem Solution The navi does not route me the same way I would go, or the The navigation system attempts to generate the optimum route. See way some other mapping program displays. Why is this? Changing the Routing Method on page 45.
  • Page 121 Frequently Asked Questions Problem Solution While I drive, my screen shows white dots (“breadcrumbs”) These are called “breadcrumbs.” If you drive more than 1/2 mile from on it. What do they mean? mapped roads, the off-road tracking feature begins to function. See Off-road Tracking on page 59 and 88.
  • Page 122 Frequently Asked Questions Ordering a Navi DVD, Coverage, Map Errors, Limitations Problem Solution I want to buy a new DVD. How do I purchase one? You cannot obtain a new DVD from the dealer. See Obtaining a Navigation Update DVD on page 102. I want to order a DVD.
  • Page 123 Frequently Asked Questions Display, PC Card, Accessories Problem Solution The display appears dim when starting the car in real cold No, this is normal, and will become brighter after a few minutes. weather. Is there a problem? The screen does not close completely. Why is this? •...
  • Page 124 Frequently Asked Questions Problem Solution I insert a PC card with music files, but the CARD button or • After inserting the card, a delay of up to 30 seconds may be required to navi “PC Card” voice commands do not work. What’s read the tag information (album, artist, and track names) - this is normal.
  • Page 125 Frequently Asked Questions Problem Solution The media card will not fully insert into the PC card slot. • The PC card edge connector or the pins in the back of PC card slot may be What is wrong? damaged. • Never force the card into the slot - the adaptor card should glide smoothly into the slot.
  • Page 126 Frequently Asked Questions Miscellaneous Other Questions Problem Solution My clock frequently changes forward and backward by one The clock is being automatically set based on your GPS location. If you live hour. Why is this? and work on the boundary between two time zones, you can turn off this feature.
  • Page 127 Frequently Asked Questions Problem Solution My battery was disconnected, or went dead, and the There should have been a card in the glove box with the anti-theft code for navigation system is asking for a code. Where do I find this the navigation/audio system.
  • Page 128: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Screen Error Message Solution Navigation system is unable to acquire a proper GPS signal. Make sure there is nothing on the dash blocking the GPS antenna (after- market metallic window tinting or after-market devices placed on the dash, like radar detectors, cell phones, or loose items). If the dashboard is clear of objects, move the vehicle to an open space away from tall buildings, trees, etc.
  • Page 129: Glossary

    Glossary Glossary Digitized Road - A road that appears on GPS Antenna - Located in the center of the navigation screen. The road name the dash. Electronic items operating The following is a glossary of terms will appear at the bottom of the in this general location can interfere pertaining to the voice recognition navigation screen.
  • Page 130 Glossary MP3 - A music file format that can be PC Card - An adaptor card (sometimes Security Code - Code needed to played from a CD-R or PC card. called a PCMCIA card) that can activate the navigation system or contain a compact flash, or SD media audio unit (see Entering the Security MW - Maneuver Window.
  • Page 131 Glossary VP - Vehicle Position. When in map mode, this circular icon shows the vehicle position on the map. Touch this icon to show the latitude, longitude, and elevation of your current position. VR - Voice Recognition. This allows voice control of many of the navigation functions.
  • Page 132: Voice Command Index

    Voice Command Index Global Commands Navigation General How long to the destination? (when on route, tells the time to The system accepts these commands on Commands destination) any screen. The system accepts these commands on How far to the destination? (when on Help (reads list of the commands for a map/guidance screen.
  • Page 133: Navigation Display Commands

    Voice Command Index Navigation Display Display: (display the selected icon on Hide: (hide the selected icon from the the screen) screen) Commands The system accepts these commands on gas station gas station a map/guidance screen. restaurant restaurant Display current location (shows current latitude, longitude, and post office* post office...
  • Page 134: Find Place Commands

    Voice Command Index Find Place Commands parking lot city hall other car dealers court house The system accepts these commands on a map/guidance screen. auto parts & electronics higher education Find nearest: (find the nearest auto repair & maintenance amusement park selection) car wash &...
  • Page 135: Climate Control Commands

    Voice Command Index Climate Control Commands airport Fan speed down automobile club Fan speed # (#: 1-7) The system accepts these commands on most screens. bus station Repeating these commands switches Climate control full automatic camping (toggles) the function between On (controls temperature to 72 commuter rail station and Off.
  • Page 136: Temperature Voice Commands

    Voice Command Index Temperature Voice Radio Voice Commands Radio FM2 preset # (#: 1-6) Radio AM preset # (#: 1-6) Commands The system accepts these commands on most screens. Radio auto select* (scans six stations The system accepts these commands on with strong signals on the FM Audio on* most screens.
  • Page 137: Cd Voice Commands

    Voice Command Index CD Voice Commands PC Card Voice Commands Repeating these commands switches (toggles) the function between On The system accepts these commands on The system accepts these commands on and Off. most screens. most screens. CD play Card play CD play track # (#: 1-30) Card play track # (#: 1-30) CD skip forward...
  • Page 138: Information Screen Voice Commands

    Voice Command Index Information Screen Voice Setup Screen (first) Commands Commands These are additional commands not The system accepts these commands on found on the Voice Command Help Setup screen (first). (For Setup screen screen available when viewing the (second), simply say what is written on Information screen.
  • Page 139: On-screen Commands

    Voice Command Index On-Screen Commands NOTE: • The system will only respond to the names shown in the graphic below. The system accepts these commands on • For instance, to select the letter “A,” you can touch the “A” on the screen, or say any screen.
  • Page 140 Voice Command Index Symbol Assist Definitions NOTE: The term “grave” used for these keys (À, È, Ì, and Ù) is pronounced like “save.” Navigation System 139...
  • Page 141: Index

    Index ......106 Coverage Areas ...... 19, 60 Current Location ....... 36, 75 ..74 ........70 Current Position Accessing the Address Book List Calculator ........6 ..40, 44 ........17, 68 Current Street Add to Today’s Destinations Calendar ....101 ..40 ......
  • Page 142 Index ..40 Editing Today’s Destination List ........32 Emergency .....21 ....... 77 ........94 Entering a Destination Home Address Map Color ....75 ......106 Entering Address Book Honda Automobile Customer Map Coverage ....95 ........101 ........ 21, 36 Entering the Security Code Service Map Input ....26...
  • Page 143 Index ....... 80 ......16 Routing & Guidance System Start-up ......45 Routing Method .....59, 88 Off-road Tracking ....138 On-Screen Commands ......93 Time Adjustment ..138 On-Screen Commands Assist ....60 ..........69 Save Current Location Title .......15 On-Screen Keyboard ........
  • Page 144 Index ....90 Voice Recognition Feedback ..13 Voice Recognition, Improving ..........71 Volume ........62, 87 Waypoints ........11 ZOOM buttons Navigation System 143...
  • Page 145 License notice GRANT OF SOFTWARE LICENSE. NOT ORIGINATE FROM, AND ARE This EULA grants you the following NOT BINDING ON, MS. license; You have acquired a device (“DEVICE”) No Liability for Certain Damages. EXCEPT that includes software licensed by ALPINE You may use the SOFTWARE only on the AS PROHIBITED BY LAW, MS SHALL ELECTRONICS, INC., from an affiliate of...
  • Page 146 the SOFTWARE after the date you obtain RECOVERY MEDIA. If SOFTWARE is As required by the FCC: your initial copy of the SOFTWARE provided by ALPINE This device complies with Part 15 of the (“Supplemental Components”). ELECTRONICS,INC., on separate media FCC rules.

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