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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Showing the Map of City....Map Scale ........56 Zoom In/Out........Showing the Map of State ....Map Scrolling ........Orientation......57 Showing the Map of Continental Displaying Current Location ..20 Destination Icon......58 USA..........System Function Diagram .....21 2009 Pilot Navigation System 00X31-SZA6001...

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    Camera......101 Screen (while en route) ....Basic Settings ........84 Rearview Camera Brightness Continue Trip Screen.....69 Units (mile or km)......Adjustment ........Information Features ....70 Voice Recognition Feedback ... Information Screen ......70 Auto Volume for Speed ....2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 3

    Database Limitations ....106 Glossary ........133 Customer Assistance ....108 Voice Command Index.... Reporting Errors ......108 Global Commands .......136 Honda Automobile Customer Navigation General Service ........108 Commands........136 Visiting Your Dealer ....109 Navigation Display Obtaining a Navigation Update Commands........137 .........109 Find Place Commands ....138...

  • Page 4: Introduction

    • System Setup - How to set up and tailor the system for your personal use and use the Address Book. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 5: Accessories Precautions

    50 destinations are saved for reuse 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. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 6: Map Overview

    Pull streets are contrasted in the chart on to the side of the road if you need more page 7. time to look at the screen or operate the controls. “Unverified” Road “Verified” Road 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 7

    “to go” is based on a fixed average speed of “to go” distance for the roads used for your route. 25 mph for these roads. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 8: User Agreement

    • 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. software, ALPINE written permission of the Licensors.

  • Page 9

    7013, as applicable. Manufacturers are and convenience stores are displayed alleging loss, costs, expense, damages the Licensors, including HONDA for your information and or injuries (including injuries resulting MOTOR CO., LTD., 2-1-1 Minami...

  • Page 10: Getting Started

    Map Legend, and Key to Zagat ENTER Ratings. See page 70. SETUP button AUDIO SETUP SETUP button Interface Dial/ Displays the SETUP screen to change ENTER button and update information in the system. Display Mode See page 76. button AUDIO button 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 11

    Dial knob to move the highlighting around the display or to scroll through a list. After making a selection in a menu or list, push in on the Interface Dial (ENTER button) to enter the selection into the system. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 12: Lower Display

    The time is automatically set by the navigation system screen. See the navigation system. Settings can be page 101. adjusted in SETUP (see Time Adjustment on page 95). 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 13: Voice Control Basics

    NAVI BACK the official website a list of voice commands. button (handsfreelink.honda.com) for information on this system. HFL BACK button NOTE: While using the voice control system, all of the speakers (except the RES haedphones) are muted. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 14: Using The Voice Control System

    Using the NAVI TALK button, answer windows or sunroof open, speak a expects commands to be phrased. See the prompts as required. little louder to overcome the wind the Voice Recognition Feedback noises. setting in SETUP. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 15: Selecting An Item (button) On The Screen

    The voice control system can be used then push in on the Interface Dial. only in the driver’s seat because the microphone unit removes noises from the front passenger’s side. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 16: Entering Information

    Quebec/Queen X-ray match the letters you are entering. As a result, you will notice that some Delta/Dog Kilo/King Romeo/Robert Yankee/Yellow letters are no longer available. Echo/Edward Lima/Larry Sierra/Sam Zulu/Zebra Foxtrot/Frank Mike/Mary Tango/Tom Enter Golf/George November/Nancy Uniform/Uncle 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 17: System Start-up

    If you have entered any Calendar The OK button does not appear select Remind Later and push in on reminders, they are displayed after you immediately. It appears after the the Interface Dial. select OK. software is loaded. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 18: Bluetooth® Handsfreelink

    HFL is not in use; press the HFL BACK button. For more information on Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®, see the vehicle Owner’s manual and the official website (handsfreelink.honda.com). 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 19: Map Screen Legend

    Interface Dial knob.) (Push in on the Interface Dial to view.) area (map features shown above), the name is displayed on the screen. NOTE: See Map Legend on the Information screen for further explanation. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 20: Map Screen Description

    MAP/GUIDE, the address for User 1 or User 2. Select CANCEL, or the NAVI BACK button. Save, and then push in on the Interface Dial again. Select Return to return to the previous screen. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 21: 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). 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 22: Entering A Destination

    Address Book (see page 27) the system prompts you for one. entered. This selection allows you to select a stored address. The system can store up to a combined total of 200 User 1 and User 2 addresses. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 23: By Address

    For your convenience, you do not have to enter both city and street. NOTE: To improve voice recognition when saying the city name, pronounce the syllables as clearly as possible. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 24

    You should select a letter by saying the number. Alternatively, to improve voice recognition, you can say “Echo” or “Edward” instead of “E.” See page for a list of available words for each letter. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 25: Selecting The Street

    If you select a point of interest change to the Enter street name (POI) or road in an unverified area, you screen. may or may not have routing in these areas. See Map Overview on page 6. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 26

    Alternatively, to improve voice based on your entered city and street recognition, you can say “Echo” or number. “Edward” instead of “E.” See page for a list of available words for each letter. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 27: Entering The Street Number

    User 1 or User 2. may or may not have routing in these • When using voice control, the system areas. See Map Overview on page 6. beeps if you try to select an unavailable (grayed out) address number. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 28: Adding Addresses To The Personal Address Book

    10-digit number with voice commands, see Voice personal Address Book. area code. This is the quickest way to Command Index on page 136. find it. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 29: Finding The Place By Category

    The Category option gives you a list of The subcategories are Acura Dealers, food. After you select Place Name Honda Dealers, Gas Stations, etc. categories or types of businesses to by Keyword and search method, select from with the following screen: enter the keyword “Bucks.”...

  • Page 30

    “Z” icon at the end of the line. To list disabled when the vehicle is moving. only restaurants with Zagat Reviews, say “Zagat” or select ZAGAT 2007. You can view the complete Zagat Review for a selected restaurant by selecting the “Z” tab. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 31

    Enter keyword for category screen. Enter the keyword using the Interface Dial. When the system finds the categories with the keyword you entered, the display changes to the Select a category screen. Select the desired category. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 32

    Calculate route to screen (see Driving to Your Destination on Once you select a place, the system then page 46). displays the Calculate route to screen (see Driving to Your Destination on page 46). 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 33: Finding The Place By Name

    Calculate route to screen Category option. numbers. For example, the telephone (see Driving to Your Destination on number (310) 555-4000 should be page 46). spoken as “Three, one, zero, five, five, five, four, zero, zero, zero.” 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 34: Finding The Place By Zagat 2007

    Once you select a restaurant, the system then displays the Calculate route to Food, Decor, Service - When you screen (see Driving to Your Destination select Food, Decor, or Service, the on page 46). restaurant will be listed by rating value. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 35: By Intersection

    Use the voice control displayed. For your convenience, you system and say the name of the state, or do not have to enter both city and street. rotate the Interface Dial knob to select the state. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 36

    You should select a letter by saying the number. Alternatively, to improve voice recognition, you can say “Echo” or “Edward” instead of “E.” See page for a list of available words for each letter. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 37: Selecting The Street

    (POI) or road in an unverified area, you SPELL MODE on the Say street may or may not have routing in these name screen, and the display will areas. See Map Overview on page 6. change to the Enter street name screen. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 38

    Interface Dial. Alternatively, to improve voice recognition, you can say “Echo” or “Edward” instead of “E.” See page for a list of available words for each letter. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 39: By Previous Destinations

    Map Input and use the Interface Dial to select the appropriate location on the map (see By Map Input on page 40). NOTE: • If Previous Destinations is grayed out, there are no Previous Destinations entered. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 40: By Map Input

    Voice map with the Interface Dial. The scale Command Index on page 136. will decrease each time you push in on the Interface Dial, until Select a destination appears at the top of the screen. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 41: Showing The Map Of City

    Interface Dial again to display the new appears. Select an item from the list. address. Then select OK to calculate a route to the selected destination. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 42: Showing The Map Of State

    Then select OK to will decrease each time you push in on less map scale. calculate a route to the selected the Interface Dial, until Select a destination. destination appears at the top of the screen. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 43: Showing The Map Of Continental Usa

    Then select OK to close to your intended destination. Then calculate a route to the selected push in on the Interface Dial. destination. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 44: Editing Today's Destinations List

    Today’s Destinations list is will guide you to the destination already full (five destinations have been according to the order of the list. When stored). you reach the destination, it will be automatically removed from the list. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 45: By Go Home

    If a Go Home PIN has not been set, the feature in SETUP. See page system displays the Calculate route to information on entering your PIN screen after you select Go Home (see number. Driving to Your Destination on page 46). 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 46: Driving To Your Destination

    If the button is grayed out, the Today’s voice commands, see Voice Destinations list is already full (five Command Index on page 136. destinations have been stored). CALL Dials the number on the screen when available. See Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® on page 18. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 47: Changing Routing Method

    MENU button, and select Change Roads” are also available. Method on the MENU screen (Route). NOTE: If the trip is greater than 100 miles, then “Minimize Freeways” and “Minimize Toll Roads” may be grayed out. This is normal. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 48: Viewing The Routes

    Distances and times shown for each NOTE: method are approximate. • You may only view routes as shown above from the Calculate route to screen. • The selected route method and pertinent details are shown at the top of the screen. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 49: Viewing The Destination Map

    NOTE: You can always view the entire route by Blue-pink unverified route line simply saying, “Display entire route.” (unverified routing on) 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 50: Map Screen Legend

    Interface Dial knob.) the screen. (see page 56) NOTE: See Map Legend on the Information screen for further explanation (see page 74). 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 51: Guidance Screen

    Current Street (see page 6) verified areas. • Current maneuvers and those within Time to Destination (see page 52) 1000 feet will show on the Distance to Destination (see page 52) Countdown bar, indicating the distance until the next maneuver. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 52: Distance And Time To Destination

    Voice - Button shown if currently en speed. route. Select to hear the next guidance maneuver (see page 53). Directions - Button shown if currently en route. Select to see a list of directions to your destination (see page 53). 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 53: Voice Guidance Prompts

    (“i” icon) on the right end of the time. items in the direction list. If no exit info icon is shown on the list, the EXIT INFO is not displayed. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 54: Exit Info

    NOTE: To turn on “Freeway exit information” on the map screen, display the icon bar and select the“i” icon (see page 60). 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 55: Split-screen Guidance

    93), or by accessing the icon bar mode is set, or to a map and direction (see CHANGE GUIDANCE MODE on list screen when the split-screen mode is page 60). set. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 56: Map Scale

    Waypoint “flag” icons page NOTE: • You can change between miles or kilometers in SETUP (see Units on page 84). • For information on the available voice commands, see Voice Command Index on page 136. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 57: Map Orientation

    To return the map to your location. current location, press either the MAP/ GUIDE, the CANCEL, or the NAVI BACK button on the steering wheel. NOTE: The red arrow in both heading symbols always shows the direction north. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 58: Destination Icon

    ICON OPTIONS Dial on the map or guidance screen control, say “Display destination map.” (see page 60). and select Show Icon on Map (see page 60), or by using voice commands (see page 136). 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 59

    Driving to Your Destination For some icons, you can choose either to show or hide them on the map, while others like Honda Dealer 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 60: Showing Icons On The Map

    Interface Dial knob and push in to select (goes blue) or remove them (symbol is gray). You can also display or hide the same icons by using the “Display” or “Hide” voice commands (see page 137). 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 61

    (blue). This procedure is explained below. If you select Other Icons from the Select category for icon settings screen, the other icon options are displayed: Exit, and save your settings by moving the Interface Dial to the right (DONE). 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 62: Going Off The Route

    150 miles; dots at the beginning of the recalculation. Tracking on the SETUP screen trail will start disappearing when you (Other) is set to ON (see page 95). exceed that distance. When you reach a mapped road, the system stops displaying dots. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 63: 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. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 64: Pop-ups And Disclaimers

    “Avoid Area” (see Edit Avoid Area on page 90). • Your route includes unverified areas • You actually entered an unverified (see Unverified Area Routing on area (see Unverified Area Routing on page 86). page 86). 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 65: Changing The Route

    • Avoid street (page 67) • Detour (page 67) Choose a different destination (other methods) by: NOTE: The “Route” tab can be selected only • Saying “Find nearest...” to find a POI when you are en route. (page 68). 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 66: Menu Screen (route

    When the system performs a search from Places Along the Route, it displays matches that lie within a corridor on either side and in front of you along your route. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 67: Search Waypoint

    Back to Route the system will attempt to recalculate a Returns you to the original map screen. new route, avoiding the next 2 miles (while on a freeway) or 1/2 mile (while on a surface street). 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 68: Changing Your Destination

    CANCEL button or the NAVI BACK button to return to the map screen. Reposition the crosshairs with the Interface Dial, then push in on the Interface Dial again to see the new address. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 69: Entering A Destination From The Menu Screen (while En Route)

    METHOD by moving the Interface You can also press the MENU button Dial down. twice to display the MENU screen • For additional information on (Enter destination by). changing the routing method, see Changing Routing Method on page 47. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 70: Information Features

    (see Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® on page 18). NOTE: • For more information on this feature, see your vehicle Owner’s manual. • For questions about the HFL Cellular Phonebook, call HandsFreeLink customer support at 1-888-528-7876, In Canada, call 1-888-9-HONDA-9. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 71: Entering Your Schedule

    Calendar select Edit Date, the Calendar screen screen. is displayed with existing entries grayed out. Select a new day and the display returns to the Edit schedule screen with a new date. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 72: Calculator

    (e.g., entries only after you answer OK on screen for that conversion type inches to millimeters). the Disclaimer screen. appears (see illustration in step 4). • For more information, see System Start-up on page 17. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 73: Voice Command Help

    Dial right to stop the reading, or press NOTE: the CANCEL button. • If you do not enter a value to be converted, only “Temperature” units are selectable. • Conversions using negative values may produce meaningless or physically impossible values. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 74: Map Legend

    Voice Command Index on page 136. legend. displayed for the Zagat-surveyed restaurants. • “Food,” “Decor,” and “Service” categories (red circle) are rated using numbered values (e.g., 0-9, 10-15, etc.) 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 75

    • The symbols, if displayed (blue circle), indicates the following information: open on Sunday closed on Sunday open on Monday closed on Monday open for lunch lunch not served serving after 11 PM no credit card accepted 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 76: System Setup

    Use the knob. Command Index on page 146. Display Mode button (page Tip: and 98) to select Daytime or Nighttime If you are having trouble viewing the mode. screen in bright lighting conditions, try increasing the brightness. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 77: Volume

    You can set as shown in the following table. one of the three settings explained in the following table. The factory default is AUTO. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 78: Setup Screen (other)

    User 1 has 150 addresses, • Edit an existing address (see page 81) User 2 can only have 50. • Delete an existing address (see You can add, modify, and delete page 81) information in the personal Address Book list. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 79

    Personal information cannot be backed Interface Dial to enter the name. up or moved to another navigation Select DONE when finished. system. NOTE: You can always re-enter, edit, or make changes to any entry. “Address” is the only required field. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 80

    Address from the MENU screen in the “Address” field. If you have (Enter destination by). See page 22. entered the address using Places, the phone number corresponding to the address also appears in the “Phone Number” field. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 81

    Interface Dial to the right. The system will show the Select a category to edit screen. Follow the on- screen prompts to add, change, or delete a category. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 82: 2 Navigation System

    NOT USE PIN. If your Home address cannot be found NOTE: in the system, while located on the street The factory default is no PIN. close to your home, select “Current Position” when entering the “Edit Address” field. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 83: Previous Destinations

    PIN correctly, select DO NOT USE PIN. NOTE: Normally, moving the Interface Dial left exits most screens. However, for this screen, moving the dial left deletes all of your previous destinations. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 84: Basic Settings

    You can delete all addresses by When you select OFF, the volume is not selecting DELETE ALL, or by moving increased by the vehicle speed. The the Interface Dial to the left. factory default is MID. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 85: Routing & Guidance

    However, you will have to manually select Recalculation on the screen to have the system plot a new route. • It is strongly recommended that you leave the system set to the factory default (Automatic). 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 86: Unverified Area Routing

    A direction list is typically not available. However, A direction list is provided showing street names and depending on your route, directions are provided to turn symbols in pink. Directions list help you reach the first available verified road. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 87

    Additional caution is recommended in NOTE: these areas. Always obey posted traffic Unverified roads are shown only when restrictions. viewing the map in the 1/20, 1/8, and 1/4 mile map scales, or the 80, 200, and 400 meter map scales. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 88

    In both cases, when you actually enter the unverified street, a short caution will remind you. You will see and hear this short caution message whenever you enter unverified areas. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 89

    These guidance maneuvers are only a suggestion. You should always confirm that the maneuver is possible. A directions list is also provided that shows any unverified roads in a blue color, with pink arrows pointing to the next maneuver. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 90: Edit Avoid Area

    Interface Dial to enter the name on the way to locate the approximate map Enter avoid area name screen (19 display for drawing the area you wish to characters max). Say or select DONE to avoid. return to the previous screen. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 91

    Then move the point of the avoided area. map screen. Interface Dial in a straight or diagonal To “redraw” the area, select CANCEL direction to encompass the area to be and repeat the area selection process. avoided. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 92: Edit Waypoint Search Area

    From the Routing & Guidance screen, select Edit Waypoint Search Area, and then choose the desired search distance for either “On Freeways” or “On Surface Street.” 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 93: Guidance Mode

    The Guidance Mode can also be • Time Adjustment (adjust your clock) selected on the Icon Selection screen. • RESET (resets this screen’s settings See Showing Icons on the Map on to factory defaults) page 60. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 94: Auto Daylight

    2007, daylight savings time will begin in March and end in November instead of the old schedule from April to October. The new schedule is subject to review and possible cancellation in 2008. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 95: Daylight Savings Time (dst) Selection (change Dst Schedule)

    With this ON, the system will provide “April-October” schedule. white off-road tracking dots (“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 19. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 96: Correct Vehicle Position

    To clear existing dots, turn this feature If you choose to do this, follow these off and exit SETUP. To re-enable this steps: feature, return to SETUP and turn it on 1. Stop the vehicle. again. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 97: 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. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 98: Menu Color

    Day color to obtain the best daytime display contrast. • Choose “Black metal” (factory default) as the Night color to obtain Day Mode Night Mode the best nighttime display contrast. (Example of Day/Night Mode) 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 99: Switching Display Mode Automatically

    • On the SETUP Color adjustment screen, choose white for the map Day display and black for the map Night display (see page 98). Inappropriate adjustment of these colors can cause the Day/Night modes to appear inoperative. 2009 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 100

    NOTE: Loose articles in the center dash can block or interfere with the operation of the sunlight sensor. See the vehicle Owner’s manual for additional information regarding the dash brightness adjustment. 2009 Pilot 100 Navigation System...

  • Page 101: System Information

    When finished, say or select Return to return to the previous screen. Since the rearview camera display area is limited, you should always back up slowly and carefully, and look behind you for obstacles. 2009 Pilot Navigation System 101...

  • Page 102: System Initialization

    • Map matching to align the GPS NOTE: coordinates to a place on the map The anti-theft security code is unrelated (displays current street at the bottom to your optional navigation system PIN of the map). (for Personal or Home Address). 2009 Pilot 102 Navigation System...

  • Page 103: Gps Initialization

    During this procedure, the vehicle NOTE: should be out in the open with a clear The average acquiring time is less than view of the sky. 10 minutes, but it can take as long as 45 minutes. 2009 Pilot Navigation System 103...

  • Page 104: System Limitations

    Exercise additional caution when • Remote starters, or “hidden” vehicle driving in these unverified areas. tracking systems mounted near the navigation unit 2009 Pilot 104 Navigation System...

  • Page 105

    A reboot can be caused by a number of things, such as extreme temperatures or shock from bumpy roads. It does not necessarily indicate a problem that requires service. If this happens frequently, please see your dealer. 2009 Pilot Navigation System 105...

  • Page 106: Database Limitations

    (for example, a restaurant is now a jewelry store). The number of these inaccuracies increases the longer you go without an update. 2009 Pilot 106 Navigation System...

  • Page 107

    • ZAGAT SURVEY: Copyright © • Travel time [2006] Zagat Survey, LLC. All rights reserved. We assume no liability for any incident that may result from an error in the program, or from changed conditions not noted above. 2009 Pilot Navigation System 107...

  • Page 108: Customer Assistance

    104, or Troubleshooting on Honda Navi online at page 132. America Honda Motor Co., Inc. http://update.navteq.com/, or to Honda Customer Service Honda Customer Service. MS 500-2N-7A • If the error involves a light brown 1919 Torrance Blvd.

  • Page 109: Visiting Your Dealer

    Main Menu Customer Assistance Visiting Your Dealer Obtaining a Navigation • Call Honda Customer Relations (see “Honda Automobile Customer We strive to make this manual as Update DVD Service” on page 108). complete as possible and to answer all Honda is continually expanding the questions regarding operation of the •...

  • Page 110: Changing The Dvd

    To install the DVD, make sure the white label is facing up. Slide the DVD into the slot. The DVD is automatically pulled into the control unit. Make sure you close the door. PC card slot 2009 Pilot 110 Navigation System...

  • Page 111: Coverage Areas

    Main Menu Coverage Areas Map Coverage If you desire additional map coverage Sacramento Metro information, contact Honda Customer Sacramento-Reno-Lake Tahoe-Yuba The system provides map coverage for Services or go to www.hondanavi.com. San Francisco Bay (approximately the following 48 U.S. states, Hawaii, Monterey to Sonoma) –...

  • Page 112

    Chicago Metro (to Wisconsin border) Topeka – including Lake County, IN and Athens Kansas City/Leavenworth Metro Dekalb County, IL Atlanta Metro Wichita East St. Louis Metro Columbus Kentucky Moline Augusta/Aiken Metro Lexington Peoria Macon Louisville Quincy Savannah Cincinnati 2009 Pilot 112 Navigation System...

  • Page 113

    Springfield Metro area Biloxi/Gulfport Manchester Complete coverage of all cities in Jackson Nashua-Portsmouth Barnstable, Berkshire, Bristol, Essex, Hampshire, Hampden, Middlesex, Norfolk, Plymouth, Suffolk, and Worcester Counties The State of Massachusetts: All roads are verified in non-metro areas. 2009 Pilot Navigation System 113...

  • Page 114

    Ithaca Toledo (Lucas County) Providence Metro Lake Placid Youngstown The State of Rhode Island: All roads Oneonta are verified in non-metro areas. Oklahoma Rochester – including cities in Oklahoma City Monroe County Tulsa Syracuse Utica 2009 Pilot 114 Navigation System...

  • Page 115

    Salt Lake City Metro Salt Lake City -Provo Bellingham Portland-Salem Vermont Seattle/Tacoma/Olympia Metro – Burlington including Island County Montpelier Spokane-Coeur d’Alene The State of Vermont: Most roads are Tri-Cities verified in non-metro areas. Whatcom Point Roberts (community) Yakima 2009 Pilot Navigation System 115...

  • Page 116: Canada Detailed Coverage Areas

    Crossfield Surrey Jackson Ski Resorts Devon Squamish Edmonton Vancouver Fort Saskatchewan West Vancouver Leduc White Rock Lethbridge Medicine Hat Whatcom, WA Spruce Grove Point Roberts (Community) also St. Albert listed in USA Washington St Cities 2009 Pilot 116 Navigation System...

  • Page 117

    Central Saanich Hamilton London Colwood Ottawa-Gatineau Hamilton Esquimalt Stratford Highlands Muskoka Langford Dufferin Bracebridge Metchosin Orangeville Georgian Bay North Saanich Gravenhurst Oak Bay Huntsville Saanich Lake of Bays Sidney Muskoka Lakes Sooke Victoria View Royal 2009 Pilot Navigation System 117...

  • Page 118

    Whitchurch-Stouffville Severn Peel Springwater Windsor Brampton Caledon Essex Tiny Mississauga Wasaga Beach Lasalle Tecumseh Toronto Windsor Toronto Inter-Town (partial) Coverage Waterloo Counties/Districts/Regional Cambridge Municipalities Kitchener Brant North Dumfries Bruce Waterloo Chatham-Kent Dufferin Elgin Essex Frontenac 2009 Pilot 118 Navigation System...

  • Page 119

    Perth St-Basile-le-Grand Peterborough Montreal St-Mathieu-de-Beloeil Prescott and Russell Deux-Montagnes Prince Edward LaJemmerais Simcoe Deux-Montagnes Longueuil Stormont, Dundas, and Glengarry Ste-Julie Waterloo Oka Paroisse Laval Wellington Pointe-Calumet St-Eustache Laval St-Joseph-du-Lac Ste-Marthe-sur-le-Lac L’assomption Charlemagne Le Gardeur Repentigny 2009 Pilot Navigation System 119...

  • Page 120

    Notre-Dame-de-l’Ile-Perrot Longueuil Montcalm Pincourt St-Faustin-Lac-Carrè Montreal St-Lazare Ste-Agathe-des-Monts Terrasse-Vaudreuil Montreal Ste-Lucie-des-Laurentides Vaudreuil-Dorion Rousillon Val-David Vaudreuil-sur-le-Lac Candiac Val-des-Lacs Chateauguay Québec Val-Morin Delson Québec La Prairie Les Moulins Lery SASKATCHEWAN Lachenaie Ste-Catherine Regina Mascouche St-Constant Saskatoon Terrebonne 2009 Pilot 120 Navigation System...

  • Page 121

    US-61 (U.S. border) Kamloops) Roads in the province of Saskatchewan Hwy-11 from Muskoka district to North Hwy-99 between Vancouver and Hwy-1/Trans Canada Hwy across whole Whistler province Hwy-60 and Hwy-127 in Nipissing County 2009 Pilot Navigation System 121...

  • Page 122: Operation In Alaska And Hawaii

    • Cautions and pop-up windows related to unverified roads (see page 64) • Setup entries that relate to turning on or off unverified routing (see page 87) • When zooming in and out, there is no 350-mile scale for Hawaii 2009 Pilot 122 Navigation System...

  • Page 123: Information Screen Differences

    “What • If the “Guidance Prompts” setting on time is it?” (see page 93). the SETUP screen (Main Setup) is set to normal or maximum, street names will not be spoken in voice guidance commands. 2009 Pilot Navigation System 123...

  • Page 124: Shipping A Vehicle To Or From Hawaii

    • If a U.S. mainland-delivered vehicle is shipped to Hawaii, there is no XM reception. It is necessary to see your Hawaii dealer to allow viewing of local Hawaii maps. • The issues under “operation in Hawaii” above apply. 2009 Pilot 124 Navigation System...

  • Page 125: Frequently Asked Questions

    The basic guidance phrase uses a studio-recorded voice, but the street name command or reads the destination address, it sounds strange. is pronounced by the system using a machine-generated voice. What causes this? Consequently, the name may be mispronounced or sound strange at times. 2009 Pilot Navigation System 125...

  • Page 126

    CALL is not available on the Calculate route to screen. Your phone is not paired to the HFL, or if your phone is paired, it is in use Why? or does not have good coverage; press the HFL BACK button. 2009 Pilot 126 Navigation System...

  • Page 127

    I arrive at an intersection. Is there intersecting road. Large differences in vehicle position can indicate a anything wrong? temporary loss of the GPS signal. See GPS Reception Issues on page 104. 2009 Pilot Navigation System 127...

  • Page 128

    If the GPS antenna cannot receive at least four satellites, the elevation is not Why? displayed. Try moving the vehicle into an open area. If the elevation is zero, or below sea level, the elevation is also not displayed. 2009 Pilot 128 Navigation System...

  • Page 129

    I found some errors in the database. How do I report them? Minor errors are bound to occur in a large database. If you encounter major errors, you can report them following the instructions on page 108. 2009 Pilot Navigation System 129...

  • Page 130

    See page 94. My state does not observe daylight savings time. How do I You can turn off this feature. See page 94. turn off this feature? 2009 Pilot 130 Navigation System...

  • Page 131

    If you cannot find it, your dealer can help you out. I speak a language other than English. When will other This is being considered as a future enhancement. languages be available for the navigation system? 2009 Pilot Navigation System 131...

  • Page 132: Troubleshooting

    Vehicle is out of the database coverage area. The vehicle is located outside of the mapped area provided by your navigation DVD. See page for map coverage. * If the error persists, or is shown for a wide area, see your dealer. 2009 Pilot 132 Navigation System...

  • Page 133: Glossary

    48 U.S. states, Hawaii, and southern compatible cell phone. Canada are mapped to this level. See Icon - Symbol representing Points of page for a list of these areas. Interest (POI) that can be displayed on the map. 2009 Pilot Navigation System 133...

  • Page 134

    PIN - Personal Identification Number. in the wrong location, or have an A random 4-digit number created by incorrect name or address range. the customer to protect personal information. 2009 Pilot 134 Navigation System...

  • Page 135

    VR - Voice Recognition. This allows voice control of many of the navigation functions. The hardware consists of the microphone, voice control switch (NAVI TALK/NAVI BACK buttons), and the front speakers. 2009 Pilot Navigation System 135...

  • Page 136: Voice Command Index

    Cancel (cancels current activity) Cancel What time is it? Backward (or just Back) What time is it? Repeat voice (repeats the screen prompt) Help (reads list of Navigation General and Navigation Display Commands at any screen) 2009 Pilot 136 Navigation System...

  • Page 137: Navigation Display Commands

    2 mile (3 km) scale a destination. 5 mile (8 km) scale 15 mile (24 km) scale 50 mile (80 km) scale 150 mile (240 km) scale 350 mile (560 km) scale 2009 Pilot Navigation System 137...

  • Page 138: Find Place Commands

    American restaurant Indian restaurant Chinese restaurant Thai restaurant fast food vegetarian restaurant Italian restaurant Vietnamese restaurant Japanese restaurant other restaurant Mexican restaurant business seafood restaurant civic center shopping (all shopping types) convention center parking garage library 2009 Pilot 138 Navigation System...

  • Page 139: Climate Control Commands

    Climate control bi-level (vent and clothing store truck stop floor) grocery store Climate control floor home improvement store Climate control floor and defrost mall office supply store pharmacy pet food store sewing store shoe store sporting goods store 2009 Pilot Navigation System 139...

  • Page 140: Temperature Voice Commands

    * Repeating these commands switches (toggles) the function between On Passenger temperature up and Off, so the action that occurs Passenger temperature down may not match the command you Passenger temperature max hot speak. Passenger temperature max cold 2009 Pilot 140 Navigation System...

  • Page 141: Radio Voice Commands

    Radio FM2 preset # (#: 1-6) buttons on your steering wheel. See your Radio AM preset # (#: 1-6) vehicle Owner’s manual for more Radio auto select* information. Radio scan* Radio select XM1 Radio select XM2 2009 Pilot Navigation System 141...

  • Page 142: Dvd Voice Commands

    DVD title # (#: 1-30)** features by voice command. DVD chapter # (#: 1-30) DVD title #1 chapter #2 (#1: 1-30, #2: 1-30) DVD play track # (#: 1-30) DVD skip forward DVD skip back 2009 Pilot 142 Navigation System...

  • Page 143: Aux Voice Commands

    Rear radio preset # (#: 1-6) speak. Rear radio FM preset # (#: 1-6) Rear radio FM1 preset # (#: 1-6) Rear radio FM2 preset # (#: 1-6) Rear radio AM preset # (#: 1-6) 2009 Pilot Navigation System 143...

  • Page 144: Rear Cd Voice Commands

    Rear CD disc scan* (#1: 1-30, #2: 1-30)** Rear CD normal play Rear DVD play track # (#: 1-30) Rear DVD skip forward Rear DVD skip back Rear DVD track random* Rear DVD track repeat* 2009 Pilot 144 Navigation System...

  • Page 145: Rear Aux Voice Commands

    “Play movie” or “Extras”). Some • For more information on USB or Calendar DVDs do not support selecting these Bluetooth audio features, see the Key to Zagat ratings features by voice command. vehicle Owner’s manual. Calculator 2009 Pilot Navigation System 145...

  • Page 146: Setup Screen (main Setup) Commands

    Delete Brightness maximum/max. Done Contrast up etc. Contrast down Contrast minimum/min. 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 2009 Pilot 146 Navigation System...

  • Page 147: On-screen Spelling Assist

    “-” by using the Interface Dial. The system will respond to the names • When selecting letters using the voice shown in the following tables. control system, a confirmation box may pop up to confirm the letter. 2009 Pilot Navigation System 147...

  • Page 148

    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 2009 Pilot 148 Navigation System...

  • Page 149

    U umlaut Colon Ê E circumflex At sign Semicolon Ë E umlaut Caret Plus ì I grave Asterisk Enter NOTE: The term “grave” (used for symbols À, È, Ì, and Ù) is pronounced like “save.” 2009 Pilot Navigation System 149...

  • Page 150

    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 2009 Pilot 150 Navigation System...

  • Page 151: Index

    ..18 City Vicinity Driving to Your Destination Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® ............19, Climate Control Commands DVD Voice Commands Breadcrumbs ..............76 Clock Adjustment Brightness ..................23 Color By Address ..............27 Community By Address Book 2009 Pilot Navigation System 151...

  • Page 152

    Emergency ....... Hawaii (Operation) .....22 Entering a Destination ..............Home Address Map Color ......79 Entering Address ......Honda Automobile Customer Map Coverage ......71 Entering Schedule ..............22, Service Map Input ....102 Entering Security Code .......... 19, 50,...

  • Page 153

    .........22, 28, Places ................ Travel Search Waypoint ..22, 39, Previous Destinations ............Troubleshooting Security Code ..... 23, Selecting the City ....23, Selecting the State ....25, Selecting the Street ........ SETUP button 2009 Pilot Navigation System 153...

  • Page 154

    Verified Streets ........48 View Routes .....109 Visiting Your Dealer .....73 Voice Command Help ....136 Voice Command Index .......13 Voice Control Basics ....84 Voice Recognition Feedback ..14 Voice Recognition, Improving ..........77 Volume ........92 Waypoints .......30, Zagat 2007 2009 Pilot 154 Navigation System...

  • Page 155

    AGAINST INFRINGEMENT. IF YOU Corporation or their affiliates to provide or HAVE RECEIVED ANY WARRANTIES make available to you SOFTWARE REGARDING THE DEVICE OR THE updates, supplements, add-on components, SOFTWARE, THOSE WARRANTIES DO or Internet-based services components of 2009 Pilot Navigation System 155...

  • Page 156

    U.S. and available to you through the use of the other governments. SOFTWARE. For additional information on exporting the SOFTWARE, see http:// www.microsoft.com/exporting/. 2009 Pilot 156 Navigation System...

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