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  • Page 1

    Sort by Distance to Travel .... Zoom In/Out ........Search by Keyword ....... Guidance Screen Legend ....Map Scrolling ........ Sort by Zagat Rating .......41 Distance and Time to Destination 00X31-TK4-8100 Navigation System 2010 TL © American Honda Motor Co., Inc. - All Rights Reserved...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    .......110 MENU Screen (Route) ....SETUP Mode ........ Auto Time Zone ......111 Changing Your Destination ..SETUP Screen (Main Set up) ..Time Adjustment......111 Find Nearest (Voice command) ..Brightness ........Go Home (Voice command) ..Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Rearview Camera Brightness Alaska, Hawaii, Canada, and On-Screen Spelling Assist ..Adjustment ......121 Puerto Rico .......145 Rearview Camera Image ....121 INDEX ........Frequently Asked Questions ..146 System Initialization ....122 Others ........System Initialization ....Troubleshooting ......154 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 4: Introduction, Manual Overview, System Overview

    Wallpaper, and Key to Zagat Ratings. your vehicle keep track of the direction and speed of travel at all times. • System Setup - How to set up and tailor the system for your personal use and use the Address Book. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 5: Accessories Precautions, Important Safety Information

    50 destinations are saved for reuse these devices can cause intermittent at a later date. The system also allows disruption of the navigation system. you to store a home address to simplify returning home from your destination. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 6: Map Overview, Current Street, Verifi Ed/unverifi Ed Street

    Pull to the side of the road if you need more time to look at the screen or operate the Unverified street controls. Verified street Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 7

    “to go” for the roads used for your route. for the roads used for your route. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 8: User Agreement

    Navigation System” (the “HDD”), client that the functions included in whole or in part, without the express the HDD meet the specifi c objectives which includes HONDA MOTOR written permission of the Licensors. of the user. CO., LTD. software, PIONEER CORPORATION software, and •...

  • Page 9

    HDD or software. JAPAN., PIONEER CORPORATION, companies, or their products. 1-4-1 Meguro Meguro-ku Tokyo 153- The logos are trademarks of their 8654 Japan., NAVTEQ Corporation, respective owners. 425 W Randolph St. Chicago, IL 60606, USA. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 10: Getting Started, System Controls

    “Route” options on the MENU screen. See page MENU button Interface Dial/ Display Mode button ENTER button Adjusts the screen brightness for Day Display Mode or Night mode, or turns the screen OFF. button See page CANCEL button Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 11

    Dial left, right, up, or down. Rotating the Interface Dial knob allows you to change the scale. Rotating it clockwise reduces the scale, showing less area with greater detail. Rotating it counterclockwise increases the scale, showing more area with less detail. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 12

    ON/OFF (A/C), and vent on the navigation system screen. See setting. The time is automatically set page by the navigation system. Settings can be adjusted in SETUP (see Time Adjustment on page Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 13: Voice Control Basics

    See HANG-UP Voice Command Index on page for a button list of voice commands. TALK button BACK button NOTE: While using the voice control system, all of the speakers are muted. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 14: Using The Voice Control System, Improving Voice Recognition

    However, hearing the feedback will Using the TALK button, answer the familiarize you with the way the system prompts as required. expects commands to be phrased. See the Voice Recognition Feedback setting in SET UP. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 15: Selecting An Item (button) On The Screen, Selecting An Item In A List

    NOTE: then push in on the Interface Dial. The voice control system can only be used from the driver’s position. The microphone does not recognize voice commands from anywhere else in the vehicle. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 16: Entering Information

    If the system fi nds more delete an entry, say “Delete” or move than one entry that matches your input, the Interface Dial to the left. a list of these matches is displayed. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 17

    Or say “...” Or say “...” Or say “...” Alpha/Apple Hotel/Henry Oscar Victor Bravo/Boy India/Igloo Papa/Paul Whiskey/William Charlie Juliet/John Quebec/Queen X-ray Delta/Dog Kilo/King Romeo/Robert Yankee/Yellow Echo/Edward Lima/Larry Sierra/Sam Zulu/Zebra Foxtrot/Frank Mike/Mary Tango/Tom Enter Golf/George November/Nancy Uniform/Uncle Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 18: System Start-up, System Language Selection

    Interface Dial to select OK, Message icon will display on the bottom and the map screen will appear on the left hand side of the screen. display. The “OK” cannot be activated See page by voice. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 19: Bluetooth ® Handsfreelink

    Interface Dial, the reminder will not (www.acura.com/handsfreelink). the Continue Trip to screen will be show up again. (It will be deleted from displayed. For more information, see the Calendar.) Continue Trip to Screen on page Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 20: Map Screen Legend

    See Map Legend in the Map an area (map features shown above), (see Off-road Tracking on page Information on the MAP MENU the name is displayed at the top of the screen for further explanation. screen. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 21: Map Screen Description, Zoom In/out, Map Scrolling, Displaying Current Location

    Interface Dial knob and push in on the Interface Dial. Say “Register the current location” on the map screen, and you can register the current location without displaying the Current Location screen. Select Return to return to the previous screen. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 22: Traffi C Display Legend

    Traffi c Flow Data Update Details: • Unknown Traffi c Flow - A section of the route will not be bordered with traffi c • Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week fl ow. • Continuously updated Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 23: Acuralink Real-time Traffi C, Traffi C Status Indicator, Traffi C

    • AcuraLink Real-Time Traffi c is only • Traffi c information can be displayed available if you have a current traffi c on the 5 miles (8 km) or more map ® subscription with XM . See page scale. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 24: Viewing Flow Data

    • The road has no sensors, and traffi c conditions are unknown (they could be congested). Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 25: Viewing Incident Reports

    When you select the “On Route” tab, a list of all incidents on the current route within 200 miles from the vehicle’s location will be displayed. Incidents are listed by distance from your current position outward in all directions. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 26

    Internet-based the Interface Dial. To return to your traffi c information. current position map screen, press the MAP/GUIDE button. To continue viewing incidents in your “scrolled to” location, press the CANCEL button. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 27: System Function Diagram

    (orange). You are provided with map/voice guidance, routing cautions, and a direction list. While driving to your destination, use the voice control system as much as possible to interact with the navigation, audio, and climate control systems (green). Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 28: Entering A Destination

    Home 2), the last 50 destinations are Interface Dial to the left or right. NOTE: saved by the system. Use this selection If you have no home address entered, to choose a destination again. the system prompts you for one. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 29: By Address, Selecting The State Or Province

    USA tab by moving the Interface street. Dial to the left or right. If you select Canada/AK, Canada and Alaska will be displayed. If you choose USA, the American mainland, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico will be displayed. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 30: Selecting The Zip Code, Selecting The City

    fi rst few digits, move the Interface Dial down, and select List. Tip: This system is enabled for both NOTE: American and Canadian ZIP codes. To improve voice recognition when saying the city name, pronounce the syllables as clearly as possible. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 31

    “Echo” or “Edward” instead of “E.” See page a list of available words for each letter. By Interface Dial: Select City, and the display then changes to the Enter city name screen. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 32: Selecting The Street

    SPELL MODE on the Say street name screen, and the display will change to the Enter street name screen. Say the street name by saying individual letters or numbers, or words that represent the letters, one at a time. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 33: Entering The Street Number

    • When using the Interface Dial, the appropriate designation (G-2, for system only allows you to choose example). available address numbers. • When using voice control, the system beeps if you try to select an unavailable (grayed out) address number. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 34: By Address Book

    Address Book. For areas. See Map Overview on page information on inputting New Address, NOTE: see Address Book on page When changing settings related to the PIN, please see Address Book PIN on page Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 35: Adding Addresses To The Personal Address Book, By Previous Destinations

    NOTE: Edit Avoid Area on page 106 . • If Previous Destinations is • For information on the available grayed out, there are no Previous Voice Command Index , see on page Destinations entered. 158 . Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 36: By Place Name

    Interface Dial down while the list is displayed, the display will switch to Well-known facilities and other SORT BY DISTANCE or SORT BY businesses known by more than one NAME. name can be searched for by multiple name queries. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 37: By Place Category, Subcategories

    No., then enter the 10-digit number commands, see Voice Command select Search by Keyword, and with area code. This is the quickest Index on page enter the partial name. way to fi nd it. See By Place Phone Number on page Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 38: Auto Service, Navigation System

    : When trying to fi nd a specifi c subcategory, select the category ALL TYPES. Some subcategories may be miscategorized. : See page additional information on Restaurants. : For information on the Zagat-surveyed restaurants, see Key to Zagat Ratings on page 90. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 39: Place Name, City Vicinity

    1000 POIs are located, only the fi rst 1000 are displayed. Once you select a place, the system then displays the Calculate route to screen (see Driving to Your Destination on page Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 40: Sort By Distance To Travel, Search By Keyword

    (see Driving to Your Destination on keyword. The system starts searching for displays the Calculate route to screen page places that match the entered keyword. If (see Driving to Your Destination on you see your desired place, select it from page Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 41: Sort By Zagat Rating, By Place Phone Number

    When you select a sorting method, the have entered. See Edit Avoid Area on • For details on the ratings and list of restaurants will appear. page symbols, say “Key to Zagat rating” or select the “?” tab using the Interface Dial. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 42: By Coordinate

    The system then includes them in one, zero, fi ve, fi ve, fi ve, four, zero, zero, its calculations for the destination you zero.” have entered. See Edit Avoid Area on page 106 . Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 43: By Destination Lists

    The yellow box (shown in scales above 1 mile) denotes the area that can be viewed with the Interface Dial when the current map is clicked. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 44: Verifying Destination Lists, Editing Destination Lists, By Intersection

    See Edit Avoid Area on City on page page 106 . Last, select the two streets which intersect. For details of how to select a street, see Selecting the Street on page 32 . Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 45: By Map Input, Showing The Map Of Current Position

    • For information on the available map with the Interface Dial. The voice commands, see Voice scale will decrease each time you push Command Index on page 158 . in the Interface Dial. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 46: Showing The Map Of City

    If you select a single icon or road syllables as clearly as possible. segment within the target mark, the following screen appears. Select Set as Dest. to calculate a route to the selected destination. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 47

    Say the city name by saying individual letters, or words that represent the Alternatively, to improve voice recognition, you can say “Echo” or letters, one at a time. “Edward” instead of “E.” See page a list of available words for each letter. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 48: Show Map Of State

    If desired, Say the state name by saying individual rotate the Interface Dial knob to letters, or words that represent the change the map scale. When you have letters, one at a time. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 49: Show Map Of Continental Usa And Canada, By Go Home 1 Or

    Then push in on the Interface Dial. calculate a route to the selected destination. If you selected multiple icons within the cursor radius, select an item from the list. Then select OK to calculate a route to the selected destination. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 50

    , and all PINs will be cleared. • If a PIN is desired, enter it using the Personal preference PIN number feature in SET UP. See page information on entering your PIN number. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 51: Driving To Your Destination, Calculate Route To Screen

    Command Index on page 158 . CALL Dials the number on the screen Further selections from the Calculate ® when available. See Bluetooth route to screen include: HandsFreeLink ® on page 19 . Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 52: Changing The Routing Method, Viewing The Routes

    Route Preference. upper right-hand corner of the screen. You can select one of the three routes (1-3) by rotating the Interface Dial knob. The system will calculate the selected route and display the map screen. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 53: Viewing The Destination Map

    Interface Dial and Push in on the Interface Dial and scrolling through the map, you can select Voice to have the guidance then zoom in or out on the map repeated. screen to view your route in details. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 54: Map Screen, Route Line

    (unverifi ed routing on) that display traffi c information, the route line may consist of orange or red segments. This is normal. See Traffi c Display Legend on page 22 , Viewing Flow Data on page 24 . Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 55

    Interface (Push in on the Interface Dial to view.) Dial knob.) (see page NOTE: See Map Legend in the Map Information on the MAP MENU screen for further explanation. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 56: Guidance Screen, Guidance Screen Legend

    Current Street (see page verifi ed areas. • Current maneuvers and those Time to Destination (see page within 1000 feet will show on the Countdown bar, indicating the Distance to Destination (see page distance until the next maneuver. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 57: Distance And Time To Destination, Map Menu

    These messages consist of quick tips and other information communicated to you by Acura. If the button is grayed out, you have no messages. For detailed information on this feature, see page Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 58: Directions

    • When you select a maneuver from the list, a map of the maneuver is shown. • Maneuvers that occur at freeway exits or contain freeway exit information will show the exit info icon ( ). Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 59: Exit Info (freeway Exit Information), Guidance Mode

    You will see the same screen setup when you press the MAP/GUIDE button. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 60: Current Location, Map Legend

    After you complete the maneuver, legend. the display returns to a full map screen when single-screen mode is set, or to a map and direction list screen when split- screen mode is set. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 61: Map Scale

    Traffi c speed / incident page Weather information page NOTE: • You can change between miles or kilometers in SETUP (see Units on page • For information on the available voice commands, see Voice Command Index on page 158 . Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 62: Map Orientation, Destination Icon

    NOTE: Tip: The red arrow in both heading symbols When en route, you can view a map always shows the direction north. showing your destination. Using voice control, say “Display destination map.” Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 63: Various Other Icons, Landmark Icons

    Map Information screen in Station the MAP menu. Hotel/ Parking • When there are overlapping landmark icons, a list of the points Lodging of interest (POIs) is displayed when Parking Post Offi ce selected. Garage Freeway Exit Information Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 64: Incident Icons, Weather Icons

    Daytime mode Accident/Incident Clear Partly Cloudy Construction Congestion Cloudy Weather Rain Freezing Rain Road Closed Snow Night mode Clear Partly Cloudy Icons with indicate a possibility for high wind. For example: Rain Rain with high wind Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 65

    ), specialty types of restaurants, like Chinese or Italian, can be individually displayed or hidden. See Showing Icons on the Map on page Also see the Voice Command Index on page for the “Display,” “Hide,” and “Find” commands. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 66

    POI can be found Icon can be Icon can be on the map Icon selection as a destination on manually manually by voice the map screen with screen using voice displayed hidden the Interface Dial command “Find...” Weather information Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 67: Showing Icons On The Map, Icon Options

    Information, and Weather – can items: each be tailored to your needs. Icon Bar The icon bar allows you to manually select the icons that are displayed on the map (see page for a list of these icons). Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 68

    (blue with box checked). This procedure is explained below. If you select Other Icon from the Select category for icon settings screen, the other icon options are displayed: Exit, and save your settings by moving the Interface Dial down (OK). Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 69: Going Off The Route, Off-road Tracking

    (Other) is set to ON (see page approximately 150 miles; dots at recalculation. the beginning of the trail will start disappearing when you exceed that distance. When you reach a mapped road, the system stops displaying dots. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 70: Viewing/saving The Current Location

    While sitting at a stoplight you notice a store on the corner, but do not have time to visit it right now. You can save the location to select as a destination at a later date. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 71: Pop-ups And Disclaimers

    (see Edit Avoid Area on page • Your route passes through unverifi ed • You are about to enter an unverifi ed areas (see Unverifi ed Area Routing area (see Unverifi ed Area Routing on on page page Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 72: Traffi C Rerouting

    You can also calculate the detour route manually by choosing to avoid specifi c incidents and/or congestion on your route. Say “Display traffi c incidents” or “Display traffi c list,” and select the “On Route” tab on the Traffi c Incidents screen. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 73: Changing The Route, Menu Screen (route)

    • Saying, “Go home” (page or a quicker detour route, the event location is not always avoided. • Traffi c rerouting is available only if you have a current traffi c/weather subscription with XM. See page Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 74

    Simply select the street or streets you wish to avoid. You can store up to 10 streets to be avoided. You cannot avoid your current street or the streets of Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 75

    Back to Route The search “corridor” distance value can be changed in Edit Waypoint Returns you to the original map screen. Search Area in SET UP (see page Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 76: Changing Your Destination, Find Nearest (voice Command), Go Home (voice Command)

    Home Address 1 and positioned near multiple icons or locations. A pop-up menu will be display the confi rmation screen. displayed when the crosshairs are positioned on a particular street. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 77: Entering A Destination From The Menu Screen (while En Route), Continue Trip To Screen

    “Cancel” or “Back.” • If you wish to change the routing method, select Route Pref. by using the Interface Dial. • For additional information on changing the routing method, see Changing the Routing Method on page Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 78: Acuralink Messages

    The Interface Dial controls most • Planned appointments with your Acura dealer. AcuraLink functions. For more information on AcuraLink, refer to: • The Advanced Technology Guide for features and a function overview. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 79: Information Features, Info Screen (main Info), Cellular Phone

    Voice Command Index display changes to: on page 158 . Move the Interface Dial to the left and right to display Main Info or NOTE: Other. • For more information on this feature, see your vehicle Owner’s manual. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 80: Messages, Traffi C Incidents, Acuralink Weather

    Traffi c & be paid. See page for details. Weather Status on page 120 . NOTE: To receive traffi c information, your XM traffi c/weather subscription must be paid. See page for details. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 81

    When you select the “3 day” tab, you can view the three-day forecast (day/night). When you select Current Position, the Forecast screen will be displayed. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 82

    • Moving the cursor does not display Warning screen is disabled when the the detailed information. • Changes to the scale of the Radar vehicle is moving. Map are not refl ected on the original map screen. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 83

    This shows you the weather at the calculated route. To check the weather cursor position. warnings, see Warning Map on page Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 84: Voice Info

    Dial to the left or right. NOTE: NOTE: When the GPS signal or weather You can select an item by saying either information cannot be received, “NA” the line number or the item name. will be displayed. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 85: Calendar

    Dates with an icon indicate there is a resume the reading, push in on the Voice Command Index on page 158 . scheduled entry for that date. Interface Dial again. NOTE: Entries may be stored in the calendar for 10 years. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 86

    Use to change the line. Reminder The default for Reminder is ON. This allows the system to remind you of the calendar item the next time you start the vehicle. See System Start-up on page Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 87: Scenic Road Information

    You can then set this as a destination or waypoint. If you select a scenic road that runs through multiple states, only the portion of the road in the selected state will be displayed. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 88: Calculator

    (for example, weight) and • To return the Calculator screen, push in on the Interface Dial to select CALC. by moving the select. The screen for that conversion Interface Dial to the right. type appears (see illustration in step Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 89: System/device Information, Map Update Status, Roadside Assistance

    • If you say “Question” or select the ? Say “Call” or select CALL with the tab, you can refer to the Map Update Interface Dial, and then select Yes Status explanation. from the confi rmation screen. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 90: Key To Zagat Ratings

    Use the Interface Dial to scroll The code displayed has the following through the Key to Zagat Ratings meaning: screens. “VE”: Very Expensive “E”: Expensive “M”: Moderate “I”: Inexpensive © Copyright 2008 Zagat Survey, LLC. All rights reserved. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 91: Show Wallpaper

    INFO screen (Other), the wallpaper that is currently selected will be displayed on the screen. If you push in on the Interface Dial, the original screen will return. For instructions on changing Wallpapers Setting , see page Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 92: System Setup, Setup Mode, Setup Screen (main Set Up), Brightness, Contrast, Black Level

    Use the Display Mode button (page Tip: to select Daytime or Nighttime mode. If you are having trouble viewing the screen in bright lighting conditions, try increasing the brightness. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 93: Volume, Interface Dial Feedback, Personal Information, Address Book

    DRIVER 1 and DRIVER 2. For example, if DRIVER 1 has 150 addresses, DRIVER 2 can only have 50. You can add, modify, and delete information in the personal Address Book list. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 94

    DRIVER 1 or • Edit an existing address (see page after selecting DRIVER 1 or DRIVER DRIVER 2. • Delete an existing address (see page NOTE: Personal information cannot be backed up or moved to another navigation system. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 95

    “Address” is the Previous Destination list for your only required fi eld. Address Book list. This operation is the same as selecting Previous Destinations from the MENU screen (Dest. MENU 1). See page Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 96

    Select an edit menu screen. Follow the on-screen prompts to edit, or delete a category. If you delete a category that was used to categorize addresses, the category for those addresses becomes “UNFILED.” Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 97: Home Address

    Select Home Address 1 or Home Address 2. Enter the name, address, and phone number in the same way as entering a personal address, then say or select OK. To leave the screen, press the CANCEL button. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 98: Pin Number

    When you select PIN Number, the display changes to: 3. Enter your new four-digit PIN. If you do not wish to use a PIN, select DO NOT USE PIN. NOTE: The factory default is no PIN. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 99

    OK. stored information will be cleared. will have to reset it for you, and all The selected user’s content (PIN, PINs will be cleared. phonebook, call history, speed dial entries, and user name) is deleted. Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 100: Previous Destinations, Set Up Screen (other), Basic Settings

    Destinations, select the address that was to have been deleted and push in on the Interface Dial before performing step 4. 4. Say or select OK to perform the deletion, and the display returns to the previous screen. 100 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 101: Units (mile Or Km), Voice Recognition Feedback, Verbal Reminders, Routing & Guidance, Rerouting

    • If you live in an area with poor mapping, you may wish to set Rerouting to MANUAL to avoid constant recalculation. However, you will have to manually select Recalculation on the screen to have the system plot a new route. Navigation System 101 2010 TL...

  • Page 102: Unverifi Ed Area Routing

    A direction list is typically not available. However, A direction list is provided showing street names and turn Directions list depending on your route, directions are provided to help you symbols in pink. reach the fi rst available verifi ed road. 102 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 103

    1/20, 1/8, 1/4 Additional caution is recommended in mile map scales, or the 80, 200, 400 these areas. Always obey posted traffi c meter map scales. restrictions. Navigation System 103 2010 TL...

  • Page 104

    You will see and hear this short caution message whenever you enter unverifi ed areas. If you regularly enter and leave unverifi ed roads for short amounts of time, there may be cases where no guidance is provided. 104 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 105

    You should always confi rm that the maneuver is possible. A directions list is also provided that shows any unverifi ed roads in a blue color, with pink arrows pointing to the next maneuver. Navigation System 105 2010 TL...

  • Page 106: Edit Avoid Area

    Enter avoid area name screen (25 way to locate the approximate map following list screen is displayed. characters max). Say or select OK to display for drawing the area you wish return to the previous screen. to avoid. 106 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 107

    NOTE: encompass the area to be avoided. You can select areas to avoid, however you cannot select roads or areas that you want the system to use for routing. Navigation System 107 2010 TL...

  • Page 108: Edit Waypoint Search Area

    “Find nearest gas station” that are also select Edit Waypoint Search Area, 2 mi available when viewing the map screen. and then choose the desired search distance for either “On Freeways” or “On Surface Street.” 108 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 109: Guidance Mode, Street Name Guidance, Traffi C Rerouting

    If the system language selection is not 67 . Automatic traffi c rerouting may give English, Street Name Guidance will inappropriate guidance in metro areas be grayed out, making its selection with limited or incomplete traffi c fl ow impossible. data. Navigation System 109 2010 TL...

  • Page 110: Clock Adjustment, Auto Daylight

    • Auto Daylight (Default = ON) to review and possible cancellation in • Auto Time Zone (Default = ON) 2009-2010. • Adjust Time (adjust your clock) • Reset (resets this screen’s settings to factory defaults) 110 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 111: Auto Time Zone, Time Adjustment, Vehicle, Off-road Tracking

    (“breadcrumbs”) on the map screen whenever you drive into an area where the map does not show any roads. See Map Screen Legend on page 20 . Navigation System 111 2010 TL...

  • Page 112: Correct Vehicle Position

    To clear existing dots, turn this feature If you choose to do this, follow these OFF and exit SET UP. To re-enable steps: this feature, return to SET UP and turn it on again. 112 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 113: Color, Map Color

    NOTE: • Choose “White” (factory default is Beige) as the Day color to obtain the best daytime display contrast. • Choose “Black” (factory default) as the Night color to obtain the best nighttime display contrast. Navigation System 113 2010 TL...

  • Page 114: Menu Color

    NOTE: • Choose “White” (factory default) as the Day color to obtain the best daytime display contrast. • Choose “Black” (factory default) as the Night color to obtain the best nighttime display contrast. 114 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 115: Switching Display Mode Automatically

    • On the SET UP “Color” adjustment screen, choose white for the map Day display and black for the map Night display (see page ). Inappropriate adjustment of these colors can cause the Day/Night modes to appear inoperative. NOTE: See the vehicle Owner’s manual for additional information regarding the dash brightness adjustment. Navigation System 115 2010 TL...

  • Page 116: Language, Wallpapers Setting

    In this case, conversion of all the voice data has not been completed (the system will display a message). 116 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 117: Importing Pictures From Usb, Selecting Wallpaper Pictures

    • When music fi les that are saved within a USB thumb drive are NOTE: being played, image fi les cannot be • Depending on the USB thumb drive, uploaded. pictures may not be imported. • You cannot import images while driving. Navigation System 117 2010 TL...

  • Page 118: Delete Pictures On Hdd, Reset Factory Default Settings

    Volume, Interface Dial Feedback, • If there are no images on the HDD, Brightness (Rear Camera) “No Entries Exist” will appear. • Basic Settings: Units, Voice • You cannot delete images while Recognition Feedback, Verbal driving. Reminder 118 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 119: Clear Personal Data

    A pop-up screen verifying whether deletion is to be continued or not will be displayed, and then another deletion verifi cation message will appear. Select Yes to commence the deletion; select No to suspend it. Navigation System 119 2010 TL...

  • Page 120: Acuralink/messages, Traffi C & Weather Status

    The system is searching for the signal or updating the data. Check Antenna Antenna error The system cannot receive traffi c data or weather data because XM Signal Reception status is “No signal” or “Check Antenna.” 120 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 121: Rearview Camera, Rearview Camera Brightness Adjustment, Rearview Camera Image

    This is normal. sure it is not covered. Since the rearview camera display area is limited, you should always back up slowly and carefully, and look behind you for obstacles. Navigation System 121 2010 TL...

  • Page 122: System Initialization, Entering The Security Code, Gps Initialization

    (See Map Matching on NOTE: should be out in the open with a clear page The anti-theft security code is view of the sky. unrelated to your optional navigation system PIN (for Address Book or Home Address). 122 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 123: Map Matching

    The system assistance. will, under most circumstances, correct NOTE: itself while you drive. The average acquiring time is less than 10 minutes. Navigation System 123 2010 TL...

  • Page 124: System Limitations, Gps Reception Issues

    • Remote starters or “hidden” vehicle Exercise additional caution when tracking systems mounted near the System Limitations driving in these unverifi ed areas. navigation unit 124 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 125: Database Limitations

    fi nd inaccurate information when you select and drive to a point of interest (for example, a restaurant is now a jewelry store). The number of these inaccuracies increases the longer you go without an update. Navigation System 125 2010 TL...

  • Page 126

    • Portions of the software in this not noted above. product are copyright 2007 The FreeType Project (www.freetype.org). All rights reserved. Licensed under the FreeType Project LICENSE, 2006-Jan-27. (http://www. freetype.org/FTL.TXT) 126 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 127: Client Assistance

    “verifi ed” roads shown in black Acura Navi page , System Limitations GPS on the map, then report it online at Reception IssuesPS Reception Issues America Honda Motor Co., Inc. http://update.navteq.com/. on page 124 , or Troubleshooting on Acura Client Service page 154 .

  • Page 128

    • The update DVD order line staff • For traffi c-related issues, see the cannot answer technical questions “ AcuraLink Real-Time Traffi c™ ” regarding navigation operation, section (on page 23 ) and FAQs (on coverage, or POIs. page 128 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 129: Coverage Areas, Map Coverage, U.s. Detailed Coverage Areas

    Fort Myers Metro area – including Mammoth Lakes you want to verify map coverage. Naples Sacramento Metro Fort Pierce San Francisco Bay (approximately Gainesville Monterey to Sonoma) – including Monterey County and Hollister Navigation System 129 2010 TL...

  • Page 130

    Hawaii (all cities for the following Indiana New Orleans Metro islands) Bloomington Shreveport Evansville Hawaii Maine Fort Wayne Kauai Bangor Gary/Hammond Metro Lanai Bar Harbor/Acadia National Park Indianapolis Metro Maui Portland/Lewiston/Auburn Molokai Kokomo Metro Oahu 130 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 131

    – including Traverse City, Elk additional cities in Jefferson Taos Ski Resorts Rapids, Petoskey, Charlevoix, County Boyne City, and Harbor Springs Montana Saginaw-Midland Billings Southeast Michigan – including Helena Detroit - Grand Rapids - Lansing Missoula Southern Michigan Navigation System 131 2010 TL...

  • Page 132

    Hickory Columbia Corvalis Jacksonville Greenville/Spartanburg – including Eugene Morgantown additional cities in Greenville and Medford Outer Banks Spartanburg Counties Portland/Salem Metro Raleigh-Durham Metro Myrtle Beach Metro Seaside/Astoria/Cannon Beach Wilmington Rock Hill Metro Winston-Salem/Greensboro Metro Sumter/Florence 132 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 133

    Fairfax, Falls Church, Fauquier County Harper’s Ferry Metro County, Fredericksburg City, El Paso Huntington Manassas, and additional cities Houston Metro – including Morgantown in Loudon and Prince William additional cities in Galveston Parkersburg Counties County Bristol Laredo Charlottesville Navigation System 133 2010 TL...

  • Page 134: Canada Detailed Coverage Areas

    Medicine Hat Wyoming Richmond Spruce Grove Cheyenne Surrey St. Albert Jackson Ski Resorts Squamish Stony Plain Vancouver Strathcona County West Vancouver White Rock Whatcom, WA Point Roberts (Community) also listed in USA Washington St Cities 134 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 135

    Capital Frontenac Islands Chatham-Kent Central Saanich Kingston Dufferin Colwood North Frontenac Amaranth Esquimalt South Frontenac East Garafraxa Highlands Gatineau East Luther Grand Valley Langford Gatineau Melancthon Metchosin Mono North Saanich Mulmur Oak Bay Orangeville Shelburne Navigation System 135 2010 TL...

  • Page 136

    Lambton Niagara Falls Gananoque Brooke-Alvinston Pelham Leeds and the Thousand Islands Dawn-Euphemia Port Colborne Merrickville-Wolford Enniskillen North Grenville St Catharines Lambton Shores Prescott Thorold Oil Springs Rideau Lakes Wainfl eet Petrolia Westport Welland West Lincoln 136 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 137

    Innisfi l Woodstock Woolwich Midland Zorra Wellington New Tecumseth Peel Centre Wellington Orillia Brampton Erin Oro-Medonte Caledon Guelph Penetanguishene Mississauga Guelph/Eramosa Ramara Mapleton Perth Severn Minto North Perth Springwater Puslinch Perth East Wellington North Perth South Navigation System 137 2010 TL...

  • Page 138

    Perth St-Placide Leamington Peterborough Pelee L’Assomption Prescott and Russell Tecumseh Charlemagne Prince Edward Windsor L’Assomption Simcoe L’Èpiphanie Stormont, Dundas, and Glengarry Inter-Town (partial) Coverage L’Èpiphanie Paroisse Waterloo Repentigny Counties/Districts/Regional Wellington St-Sulpice Municipalities Brant Bruce Chatham-Kent 138 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 139

    St-Marc-sur-Richelieu Franklin La Minerve St-Mathieu-de-Beloeil Godmanchester Labelle Havelock Lac-Supèrieur LaJemmerais Hinchinbrooke Lantier Calixa-Lavallée Howick Mont-Tremblant Contrecoeur Huntingdon Montcalm St-Amable Ormstown St-Faustin-Lac-Carrè Ste-Julie St-Anicet Ste-Agathe-des-Monts Varennes St-Chrysostome Ste-Lucie-des-Laurentides Verchères Ste-Barbe Val-David Laval Très-St-Sacrement Val-des-Lacs Laval Val-Morin Navigation System 139 2010 TL...

  • Page 140

    Senneville St-Lambert L’Ile-Cadieux Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue Mirabel L’Ile-Perrot Westmount Mirabel Notre-Dame-de-l’Ile-Perrot Roussillon Pincourt Montcalm Candiac Pointe-des-Cascades St-Alexis Chateauguay Pointe-Fortune St-Alexis Paroisse Delson Rigaud St-Calixte La Prairie Riviere-Beaudette Ste-Julienne Lery St-Clet Ste-Marie-Salomé Mercier Ste-Justine-de-Newton St-Esprit Ste-Catherine St-Lazare St-Jacques 140 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 141

    Trans Canada Hwy (Hope) to Hwy- St-Ferréol-les-Neiges 5/Coquihalla Hwy (Hope) St-Joachim Hwy-5/Coquihalla Hwy (in Hope) St-Louis-de-Gonzague-du-Cap- to Hwy-1/Trans Canada Hwy (in Tourmente Kamloops) Ste-Anne-de-Beaupré Hwy-99 between Vancouver and La Jacques-Cartier Whistler Fossambault-sur-le-Lac Lac-Beauport Lac-Delage Lac-St-Joseph Ste-Brigitte-de-Laval Ste-Catherine-de-la-Jacques-Cartier Shannon Navigation System 141 2010 TL...

  • Page 142

    Saskatchewan North Bay Dayton, OH Hwy-1/Trans Canada Hwy across Hwy-60 and Hwy-127 in Nipissing Denver-Boulder, CO County whole province Detroit, MI Fresno, CA Grand Rapids, MI Gr eensboro-Winston Salem-High Point, NC Greenville-Spartanburg, SC Harrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle, PA 142 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 143

    West Palm Beach-Boca Raton, FL Oklahoma City, OK Wilkes Barre-Scranton, PA Omaha-Council Bluffs, NE Wilmington, DE Orlando, FL In Canada Philadelphia, PA Toronto, ON Phoenix, AZ Montreal, QC Pittsburgh, PA Vancouver, BC Portland, OR Portsmouth-Manchester, NH Navigation System 143 2010 TL...

  • Page 144: Operation In Alaska, Hawaii Canada, And Puerto Rico, Alaska, Hawaii, Canada, And Puerto Rico

    • Setup entries that relate to turning on information. have XM, but will not function because or off unverifi ed routing (see page the XM satellites (aimed toward the U.S. mainland) are too far away to obtain reception. 144 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 145: Info Screen Differences, Alaska, Hawaii, Canada, And Puerto Rico

    Alaska, Hawaii, Canada, and Puerto as the diagnosis information for the trouble of the car. This is normal. Rico” apply. Traffi c Incidents This item is grayed out on the INFO screen because XM is not available. Navigation System 145 2010 TL...

  • Page 146: Frequently Asked Questions

    Verify the following: The nighttime dash brightness control is not set to maximum, and Map Color in SET UP is set to Black for Night. See switch to the night display mode. Why? Switching Display Mode Manually on page Frequently Asked Questions 146 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 147

    PIN for you. CALL is not available on the Calculate route to screen. Your phone is not paired to HFL, or if your phone is paired, it is in use; press the HANG-UP button. Why? Navigation System 147 2010 TL...

  • Page 148

    How can I ignore the detour route and return to the Turn Traffi c Rerouting to OFF in Setup, under Routing & Guidance (page original route? 148 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 149

    I arrive at an intersecting road. Large differences in vehicle position can indicate a intersection. Is there anything wrong? temporary loss of the GPS signal. See GPS Reception Issues on page Navigation System 149 2010 TL...

  • Page 150

    If the GPS antenna cannot receive signals from at least four satellites, the Why? elevation is not displayed. Try moving the vehicle into an open area. If the elevation is zero, or below sea level, the elevation is also not displayed. 150 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 151

    I found some errors in the database. How do I report Minor errors are bound to occur in a large database. If you encounter major them? errors, you can report them following the instructions on page 127 . Navigation System 151 2010 TL...

  • Page 152

    Daylight saving time occurred, but the navigation system The automatic daylight saving time feature does not work in regions where did not change time even though SETUP shows Auto the daylight saving time system is not adopted. Daylight is ON. 152 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 153

    I speak a language other than English. Are there any Besides English, you may select French or Spanish for your language setting. other languages available for the system? However, messages will continue to be in English. Navigation System 153 2010 TL...

  • Page 154: Troubleshooting, 2010 Tl

    The destination was not found in the database. Try another destination nearby, or select the destination with the Interface Dial.* * If the error persists, or is shown for a wide area, see your dealer. Troubleshooting 154 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 155: Glossary

    Icon - Symbol representing Points of Rico, are mapped. See page for a list signals from up to 12 satellites to Interest (POI) that can be displayed of these areas. accurately position the vehicle on the on the map. map. Navigation System 155 2010 TL...

  • Page 156

    156 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 157

    Waypoint - A temporary destination map. you may enter while en route (e.g., a gas station, ATM, etc.). See page 74 . Voice Control - See VR. Navigation System 157 2010 TL...

  • Page 158: Voice Command Index, Global Commands, Navigation General Commands

    Repeat voice (repeats the screen What time is it? prompt) Voice Command Index Help (reads list of Navigation General and Navigation Display Commands at any screen) What is today’s date? (reads the current date) 158 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 159: Navigation Display Commands

    5 mile (8 km) scale Voice Info weather warning icon 15 mile (24 km) scale messages 50 mile (80 km) scale 150 mile (240 km) scale 350 mile (560 km) scale 1000 mile (1600 km) scale Navigation System 159 2010 TL...

  • Page 160: Find Place Commands

    Max zoom in Restaurant Bank Max zoom out Zagat restaurant Check cashing place Go home 1 American restaurant Community Go home 2 Chain restaurant Business place Café/Coffee shop City hall Civic center Convention center Court house 160 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 161: Climate Control Commands

    Climate control sync off Grocery store Climate control sync Home improvement store Climate control bi-level (vent and Mall fl oor) Offi ce supply store Climate control fl oor Pharmacy Climate control fl oor and defrost Navigation System 161 2010 TL...

  • Page 162: Radio Voice Commands

    Radio FM2 preset # (#: 1-6) buttons on your steering wheel. See Radio AM preset # (#: 1-6) your vehicle owner’s manual for more Radio auto select* information. Radio scan* Radio select XM1 Radio select XM2 162 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 163: Disc Voice Commands, Hdd Voice Commands, Aux Voice Commands

    * Repeating these commands switches and Off, so the action that occurs (toggles) the function between On may not match the command you and Off, so the action that occurs speak. may not match the command you speak. Navigation System 163 2010 TL...

  • Page 164: Usb Voice Commands, Ipod Voice Commands, Bluetooth ® Audio Commands

    USB folder scan* may not match the command you USB normal play speak. * Repeating these commands switches (toggles) the function between On and Off, so the action that occurs may not match the command you speak. 164 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 165: Set Up Screen (main Set Up Commands, On-screen Commands, Set Up Screen (main Set Up)

    Contrast maximum/max. Black level up Black level down Black level minimum/min. Black level maximum/max. Volume up Volume down Volume minimum/min. Volume maximum/max. Volume off Interface dial feedback off Interface dial feedback auto Interface dial feedback on Navigation System 165 2010 TL...

  • Page 166: On-screen Spelling Assist

    Interface Dial. The system will respond to the names • When selecting letters using the voice shown in the following tables. control system, a confi rmation box may pop up to confi rm the letter. 166 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 167

    Or say “...” Or say “...” Or say “...” Apple/Alpha Henry/Hotel Oscar Victor Boy/Bravo Igloo/India Paul/Papa William/Whiskey Charlie John/Juliet Queen/Québec X-Ray Dog/Delta King/Kilo Robert/Romeo Yellow/Yankee Edward/Echo Larry/Lima Sam/Sierra Zebra/Zulu Frank/Foxtrot Mary/Mike Tom/Tango Enter George/Golf Nancy/November Uncle/Uniform Navigation System 167 2010 TL...

  • Page 168

    Colon Ê E circumfl ex At sign Semi colon E umlaut Caret Plus Ë ì I grave Asterisk Enter NOTE: The term “grave” (used for symbols À, È, Ì, and Ù) is pronounced like “save.” 168 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 169

    Exclamation point Slash Three Double quote Less than ” < Four Pound > Greater than Five Dollar Open brace Percent Close brace Seven & Ampersand Enter Eight Apostrophe ’ Nine Open parenthesis Zero Close parenthesis Navigation System 169 2010 TL...

  • Page 170: Index

    Black Level ........Cellular Phone Voice Commands ... Destination ......28, 51, 76 Bluetooth ® Audio Commands ..Change Route Preference ....Destination Icon ........ Bluetooth ® HandsFreeLink ® ..... Change State ........Destination Lists ......43, 44 170 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 171

    INFO button .........10, 79 Map Screen ......... 20, 55 Find Place Commands ....INFO Screen ........MENU button ........Frequently Asked Questions ... Interface Dial ........Menu Color ........114 Interface Dial Feedback ....Messages ........... Navigation System 171 2010 TL...

  • Page 172: Table Of Contents

    State ........29, 45, 48 Use Toll Roads ........Recalculation ......69, 101 Street ........... 32, 44 Using the Voice Control System ..Reporting Errors ......Switching Display Mode ..114, 115 Rerouting ..........101 System Controls ........ 172 Navigation System 2010 TL...

  • Page 173

    Visiting Your Dealer ....... Voice Command Index ....Voice Control Basics ......Voice Info .......... Voice Recognition ......Voice Recognition Feedback ..14, 101 Volume ..........Waypoint ........... Weather ........Weather Icons ........Zagat 2008 ........Navigation System 173 2010 TL...

  • Page 174: Others

    This device complies with Industry Canada Standard RSS-210. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference that may cause undesired operation of the device. 174 Navigation System 2010 TL...

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