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P/N 00X31-SZA-8300
© 2011 Honda Motor Co., Ltd.
Revised 2013 (page 10)


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  • Page 1: Navigation Manual

    This is due to changes in content and specifications of the vehicle that happen throughout the model year. This manual will be replaced with a hyperlinked version at the end of the model year. P/N 00X31-SZA-8300 © 2011 Honda Motor Co., Ltd. Revised 2013 (page 10)
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Introduction........4 FM Traffic ........23 By Map Input........46 Traffic Status Indicator......23 Showing the Map of Current Manual Overview ......4 Viewing Flow Data......24 Position ..........47 System Overview....... 4 Viewing Incident Reports ....25 Showing the Map of City .....48 Accessories Precautions.....
  • Page 3 Table of Contents Map Information ......61 Entering a Destination from the Menu Home Address........94 Showing Icons on the Map....61 Screen (while en route) ....78 PIN Number.........95 Map Orientation ........63 Continue Trip to Screen....78 Previous Destinations......96 Current Location .........64 SETUP Screen (Other) .....97 Information Features ....
  • Page 4 Database Limitations ....124 Map Scale Commands .......158 Customer Assistance ....126 Find Place Commands ......159 Reporting Errors ......126 Route Commands.......160 Honda Automobile Customer Climate Control Commands ..160 Service ........126 Audio Commands ......161 Visiting Your Dealer...... 127 Radio Commands.......161 Disc Commands.........162...
  • Page 5: Introduction

    Introduction Manual Overview System Overview The back of this manual contains: Your navigation system is a highly • Map Coverage (page 128) The manual is divided into the sophisticated location system with voice following sections: • Cities with Traffic Coverage control that uses satellites and a map (page 143) database to show you where you are and...
  • Page 6: Accessories Precautions

    Introduction Accessories Precautions Important Safety Information The navigation system applies location, direction, and speed information to the If you have front or side window tinting The navigation system can distract your maps and calculates a route to the installed, be aware that if the tint has attention from the road if you focus on destination you enter.
  • Page 7: Map Overview

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

    • The Licensors do not guarantee to the Navigation System” (the “HDD”), duplicated, or otherwise modified, in client that the functions included in which includes HONDA MOTOR CO., whole or in part, without the express the HDD meet the specific objectives LTD. software, ALPINE written permission of the Licensors.
  • Page 10 7013, as applicable. Manufacturers are convenience stores, and other alleging loss, costs, expense, damages the Licensors, including HONDA businesses are displayed for your or injuries (including injuries resulting MOTOR CO., LTD., 2-1-1 Minami...
  • Page 11: Getting Started

    Getting Started System Controls MAP/GUIDE button Displays the map. When en route, switches between the map and guidance screens. See page 20 or 56. DEST/ROUTE button Displays the “Dest. MENU 1” options on the DEST screen. When en route, Screen displays the “Route”...
  • Page 12 Getting Started Display Mode button Interface Dial/ENTER button You can also rotate the Interface Dial knob to scroll through a list or Adjusts the screen brightness for Day or highlight items in a list to select. Night mode, or turns the screen OFF. ENTER Knob After making a selection in a menu or...
  • Page 13: Lower Display

    Getting Started Screen Lower Display All selections and instructions are Shows a summary of the audio displayed on the screen. The display is information, as well as the time and not a “touch screen” - you can enter climate control settings. This summary information into the system either by is helpful as a confirmation when voice or by using the Interface Dial.
  • Page 14: Voice Control Basics

    Getting Started Voice Control Basics BACK button This button has the same function as the Your vehicle has a voice control system CANCEL button. When you press and that allows hands-free operation of most release it, the display returns to the of the navigation system functions.
  • Page 15: Using The Voice Control System

    Getting Started Using the Voice Control System If the system does not understand a If you hear a prompt such as “Please use the Interface Dial to...” or “Please command or you wait too long to give a You should use the voice control system choose an area with the Interface Dial,”...
  • Page 16: Selecting An Item (Button) On The Screen

    Getting Started Selecting an Item (Button) Selecting an Item in a List • Adjust the dashboard and side vents so air does not blow against the on the Screen To scroll through a list, do one of the microphone on the ceiling. following: On most screens, there are items that •...
  • Page 17: Entering Information

    Getting Started Entering Information If a letter has options (such as accent Tip: marks or symbols), they will appear in When entering a name of a city, street, When the system needs input from you, gray next to the selected letter on the or place, or if you are unsure of the the display changes to a screen similar upper row.
  • Page 18 Getting Started NOTE: The voice command names that can be used for each letter are shown below. For additional keyboard symbols, see page 170. Or say “...” Or say “...” Or say “...” Or say “...” Alpha/Apple Hotel/Henry Oscar Victor Bravo/Boy India/Igloo Papa/Paul...
  • Page 19: System Start-Up

    Getting Started System Start-up System Language Selection If you do not push in on the Interface Dial within 30 seconds, the screen Move the Interface Dial to the right to When you turn the ignition to ON (II), it displays wallpaper or the clock screen. select CHANGE LANGUAGE.
  • Page 20: Bluetooth ® Handsfreelink

    Manual and the official website Interface Dial, the reminder will not the Continue trip to screen will be ( show up again. (It will be deleted from displayed. For more information, see handsfreelink). the Calendar.) Continue Trip to Screen on page 78.
  • Page 21: Map Screen Legend

    (Use voice command “Display Landmark Icon - Generic (see page 67) current location” or use the Interface Dial to show current Acura Dealer Grocery Store location.) Honda Dealer Hotel/Lodging Gas Station Current Street (see page 6) School Hospital Parking Lot...
  • Page 22: Map Screen Description

    Getting Started Map Screen Description Displaying Current Location NOTE: The elevation will not appear when the You can see the current address, Zoom In/Out system is temporarily lacking proper latitude, longitude, and elevation at any Rotate the Interface Dial knob to GPS information.
  • Page 23: Traffic Display Legend

    Getting Started Traffic Display Legend Viewing Incident Details: Hearing Incident Details: To view incident details, use the If this screen is displayed, the system will Interface Dial to position the cursor start reading incident details. (round red circle) over an incident To view the message on the screen, push icon and push in.
  • Page 24: Fm Traffic

    (traffic flow and continuously updated traffic coverage information, go to http:// incidents). The “TRF” icon indicates the information when available, including This flow (traffic speed), incidents, and following status: link offers the following: construction on freeways in major metro...
  • Page 25: Viewing Flow Data

    Getting Started Viewing Flow Data Naturally, only roads with these sensors • The displayed traffic flow may will show traffic information. The conflict with other audio- or Internet- Traffic flow data is displayed as colored amount of flow data varies considerably based traffic information.
  • Page 26: Viewing Incident Reports

    Getting Started Viewing Incident Reports Listing Traffic Incidents by Voice To view incident details, say the number of the incident you want to select. A Control Incident reports appear as small From the map screen (any scale), say map showing the location of the diamond- or circle-shaped icons (see incident will be displayed, and the “Display traffic incidents”...
  • Page 27 Getting Started No Traffic Incidents Selecting an Incident Icon from the NOTE: If you say “Display traffic incidents” or Map Screen • Incident reports may be displayed on select Traffic Incidents, but there are Zoom in or out so that you are between roads that have no traffic flow data no incidents, the following screen will the 1/20 and 5 mile scales.
  • Page 28: System Function Diagram

    Getting Started System Function Diagram This diagram shows the navigation system features, starting at the center and working outward in layers. The navigation program starts at “Key ON,” and then displays the navigation system globe screen (blue). If OK is selected on the Disclaimer screen, the functions in the yellow segments of the diagram become available in the...
  • Page 29: Entering A Destination

    Entering a Destination When you press the DEST/ROUTE Place Name (see page 36) NOTE: If you press the DEST/ROUTE button button, the display changes to: You can input the names of places to while en route, the DEST screen search for your destination. (Route) will be displayed.
  • Page 30: By Address

    Entering a Destination By Address Coordinate (see page 44) NOTE: After you select Address from the • If you find that your city is not listed, You can search for the destination by DEST screen (Dest. MENU 1), the it may be part of a larger inputting the latitude and longitude for metropolitan area.
  • Page 31: Selecting The Zip Code

    Entering a Destination Selecting the ZIP Code Selecting the City The Say city name screen will not If you rotate the Interface Dial to display when a language other than This is helpful if the street runs through select ZIP code while on the Find English has been selected.
  • Page 32 Entering a Destination The system has a talk back function. By Interface Dial: Select City, and the display then If your spoken letter is not recognized, changes to the Enter city name screen. the system will talk back to you. For example, if you say “E”...
  • Page 33: Selecting The Street

    Entering a Destination Selecting the Street If the system does not find an exact Say the street name by saying individual match, select LIST when you finish letters or numbers, or words that By Voice Control entering the name of the city. Most of represent the letters, one at a time.
  • Page 34 Entering a Destination By Interface Dial: The system will display a list of street names, with the closest match to the After you have selected the city, or if you selected Street in the beginning, name you entered at the top of the list. the display changes to the Enter street Select the number (1-6) of the desired name screen.
  • Page 35: Entering The Street Number

    Entering a Destination By Address Book Entering the Street Number If you did not select a city in the beginning, the street name you selected After you have completed the street This selection allows you to choose a name, the display changes to the Enter might appear in more than one city.
  • Page 36: Adding Addresses To The Personal Address Book

    Entering a Destination By Previous Destination Adding Addresses to the The system then displays a list of the places entered in your personal Address Personal Address Book Every time you route to a destination, Book. By using the Interface Dial, you that destination is saved by the system.
  • Page 37: By Place Name

    Entering a Destination By Place Name Scroll through the list and say the line If you select a restaurant name with the icon next to it, move the Interface number (1-6) of the destination, or If you select Place Name from the Dial to the right to view the Zagat select the desired destination you want.
  • Page 38: By Place Category

    Entering a Destination By Place Category NOTE: • The second best method is to select Place Category, then Restaurant, After you select Place Category from When there are more than 2,000 then CAFÉ/COFFEE SHOP, and destinations, the ordering of the items in the DEST screen (Dest.
  • Page 39: Subcategories

    Entering a Destination Subcategories Tip: To delete a category from the favorites, move the Interface Dial down. Select If you are not sure of the spelling of a If you select a category, the Subcategory screen will appear. categories you want to delete and select place, the best way to find it is to use the OK by moving the Interface Dial keyword search.
  • Page 40 Auto Service Lodging Shopping All Types (Auto Service)*2 Auto Repair & Maintenance All Types (Lodging)*2 Hotel/Motel All Types (Shopping)*2 Office Supplies/Electronics Honda Dealers*1 Car Wash & Detailing Bed & Breakfast Resort Accessories/Jewelry Pharmacy/Drug Store Acura Dealers*1 Motorcycle Dealers Leisure Auto Parts & Electronics Pet Food/Supplies...
  • Page 41 Entering a Destination Finding a restaurant By voice, select the tab by saying “Food,” “Decor,” and “Service” “Zagat list number X” (where X is the categories (red frame) are rated using The ZAGAT SURVEY for some line number 1-3). Alternatively, use the numbered values (e.g., 22, 21, 20 etc.) restaurants is available in the system.
  • Page 42: Place Name

    Entering a Destination City Vicinity Sort by Distance to Travel After selecting a subcategory and subcategory, the system will give you The system allows you to find points of When you select this option, the system the options of Place Name, Sort by interest in the vicinity of the city you gives you a list of all the places in the Distance to Travel, City Vicinity, or...
  • Page 43: Search By Keyword

    Entering a Destination Search by Keyword If you select the Sort by Distance to If you select the City Vicinity option, Travel option, the Enter keyword for the Enter city name screen appears. If you do not know the exact name of place screen appears.
  • Page 44: By Place Phone Number

    Entering a Destination ® By Place Phone Number By ZAGAT 2011 After entering the number, move the Interface Dial down and select OK. The ZAGAT 2011 option allows you to You can select a destination by phone Multiple listings for the same phone number.
  • Page 45: By Coordinate

    Entering a Destination By Coordinate When you select a sorting method, the NOTE: list of restaurants will appear. If you select Coordinate from the • Selecting this sorting method will show you Zagat’s highest-rated DEST screen (Dest. MENU 2), the display will change to the Enter restaurants by the options, and not necessarily by distance from your...
  • Page 46 Entering a Destination After entering the latitude, move the NOTE: Interface Dial down and select OK. Information icons are displayed at The display will change as follows. scales from 1 mile to 1/4 mile, POI icons are displayed at 1/8 mile or less, and On the Enter longitude screen, use the roads are displayed at 1/4 mile or less.
  • Page 47: By Intersection

    Entering a Destination By Intersection By Map Input If the two streets that you have selected do not intersect, no intersection will After you select Intersection from the After you select Map Input from the appear. DEST screen (Dest. MENU 2), the DEST screen (Dest.
  • Page 48: Showing The Map Of Current Position

    Entering a Destination Showing the Map of Current If desired, rotate the Interface Dial knob to change the map scale. When Position you have the crosshairs on the desired The Current Position selection icon, polygon, or road, push in on the assumes that you are looking for a Interface Dial.
  • Page 49: Showing The Map Of City

    Entering a Destination The Say city name screen will not By Voice Control: Say “City” on the Show map of screen, display when a language other than and the display changes to the Say city English has been selected. name screen. Say the city name and the searching will begin.
  • Page 50: Showing The Map Of State

    Entering a Destination Showing the Map of State The system has a talk back function. If By Interface Dial: With the City selection, the display your spoken letter is not recognized, the changes to the Enter city name screen. By Voice Control: system will talk back to you.
  • Page 51: Showing The Map Of Continental Usa And Canada

    Entering a Destination in on the Interface Dial. The address Showing the Map of Continental By Interface Dial: With the State selection, the display of the location you have selected will USA and Canada changes to the Select a state screen. appear at the top of the screen.
  • Page 52: By Go Home 1 Or 2

    Entering a Destination By Go Home 1 or 2 If desired, rotate the Interface Dial NOTE: knob to change the map scale. When Selecting Go Home 1 or 2 from the • To edit Home Address, see Home you have the crosshairs on the desired DEST screen (Dest.
  • Page 53: Driving To Your Destination

    Driving to Your Destination Driving to Your Destination Calculate Route to Screen ADD TO Address Book Allows you to add the destination to A route typically has three phases. your Address Book. See By Address • Initial route calculation (the Book on page 34.
  • Page 54: Changing The Route Preference

    Driving to Your Destination Changing the Route Preference • Shortcuts through residential areas You can select one of the three routes (1-3) by rotating the Interface Dial are avoided. The system lets you select the way you knob. The system will calculate the want to drive to your destination.
  • Page 55: Viewing The Destination Map

    Driving to Your Destination Map Screen Viewing the Destination Map Based on the route data, you can change the routing method by rotating the If you move the Interface Dial down When you select OK on the Calculate Interface Dial knob. and select DESTINATION MAP on the route to screen, the map screen Calculate route to screen, a map of the...
  • Page 56: Voice Guidance Prompts

    Driving to Your Destination Voice Guidance Prompts NOTE: • You can say “Voice” at any time, or As you get near the guidance point, you select Voice after pushing in on the will hear a voice reminder and see a Interface Dial to be reminded of the pop-up window showing you the next guidance point.
  • Page 57: Map Screen Legend

    Waypoint (see page 75) Distance to Destination (see page 58) Destination Icon Acura Dealer Grocery Store (see page 67) Time to Destination (see page 58) Honda Dealer Hotel/Lodging Gas Station Vehicle Position (see page 64) School Hospital Current Map Scale Parking Lot...
  • Page 58: Guidance Screen

    Driving to Your Destination Guidance Screen Guidance Screen Legend The guidance screen offers an alternative way to view your route information. Many of the icons and Direction of Destination, “as the crow flies” screen features are similar to those on the map screen.
  • Page 59: Distance And Time To Destination

    Driving to Your Destination Distance and Time to Map Menu Traffic Incidents - Displays a list of the Destination traffic incidents around your current When the map screen is displayed, position or on your current route. You pressing in on the Interface Dial When you select a destination, the can view this same list by saying displays the Map menu.
  • Page 60: Guidance Menu

    Driving to Your Destination Guidance Menu Directions When you select Exit Info. by moving the Interface Dial to the right, you can When you select Guidance Menu You can display a list of the guidance display a list of the freeway exits en from the Map menu, the Guidance points on your route and confirm the route (see page 60).
  • Page 61: Exit Info

    Driving to Your Destination Exit Info. (Freeway Exit On the map screen, you can display Guidance Mode Information) Freeway Exit information using the When en route to a destination, you Interface Dial. The Exit Info icon will have two display options: single-screen You can search freeway exit only be displayed on the map screen if mode (the factory default) or split-...
  • Page 62: Map Information

    Driving to Your Destination Map Information Showing Icons on the Map Guidance mode can be changed in SETUP (see Guidance Mode on Selecting Show Icon on Map on the When you select Map Information page 108). Map information screen displays the from the Map menu, the Map information screen appears.
  • Page 63 Driving to Your Destination The four icon choices – Parking, In the screen shown, traffic, gas stations, Restaurant, Other Icons, and and restaurants are selected. Rotate the Interface Dial knob and push in to Traffic – can each be tailored to your select (blue with box checked) or needs.
  • Page 64: Map Orientation

    Driving to Your Destination Map Orientation Select North-up or Heading-up on Exit, and save your settings by moving the Interface Dial down to select OK. the Map information screen, or say The map can be orientated two ways: “Display heading up” or “Display north •...
  • Page 65: Current Location

    Driving to Your Destination Current Location NOTE: To save the location, say “Save current location” or select Save on the Current Whenever you are on a map screen, you The elevation will not appear when the location screen. The Edit address system is temporarily lacking proper can always obtain your current location either by pushing in on the Interface...
  • Page 66: Map Legend

    Driving to Your Destination Map Legend You can use the Map legend screens to learn the meaning of map features, icons, colors, etc. used in this system. When you select Map Legend on the Map information screen, the Map legend screen appears. Say or select the desired item or item number to view each section of the map legend.
  • Page 67: Map Scale

    Driving to Your Destination Map Scale Rotate the Interface Dial knob or a voice command such as “Display 1/2 mile scale” (see page 158) to change the scale of the map. Zooming in increases the detail, while zooming out gives you a view of a wider area. After changing the scale, give the system a few moments to update the display.
  • Page 68: Destination Icon

    Grocery Store block, the addresses may only go up to • When there are overlapping 1425 before the 1500 block starts). Honda Dealer Hotel/Lodging landmark icons, a list of the points of Therefore, the address 1425 will be Gas Station...
  • Page 69 Driving to Your Destination For some icons, you can choose to show or hide them on the map, while others like Honda Dealers are always shown. The table below shows the features for each icon type. Some Points of Interest (POIs) like Police Stations are not shown as an icon, but you can still locate the nearest one with the voice command, “Find nearest Police station.”...
  • Page 70 Driving to Your Destination Incident icon Icon can be selected as POI can be found on Icon can be Icon can be Icon the map screen using a destination on the POI type manually manually selection by map screen with the voice command displayed hidden...
  • Page 71: Going Off The Route

    Driving to Your Destination Going Off the Route Off-road Tracking By following the dots, you can backtrack to the mapped road you If you leave the calculated route, If you drive away from a mapped road, originally left. “Breadcrumbs” may “Recalculating...”...
  • Page 72: Pop-Ups And Disclaimers

    Driving to Your Destination Pop-ups and Disclaimers • Your route includes traffic • Your route includes unverified areas restrictions in the vicinity of the (see Unverified Area Routing on When you say “OK” in the Calculate departure point or destination. page 101).
  • Page 73: Traffic Rerouting

    Driving to Your Destination Traffic Rerouting • You actually entered an unverified Select an incident from the list, and push in on the Interface Dial twice. The area (see Unverified Area Routing on You can calculate the detour route by page 101).
  • Page 74: Changing The Route

    Driving to Your Destination Changing the Route NOTE: Choose a different destination (other methods) by: • When you select the “All” tab, While en route, you may wish to alter Avoid is not displayed. your route, add an interim “Waypoint” •...
  • Page 75: Dest Screen (Route)

    Driving to Your Destination DEST Screen (Route) Detour NOTE: Pressing the DEST/ROUTE button Although you can choose streets to Calculates a detour route for you if you displays the DEST screen (Route): avoid, you cannot choose specific encounter an unexpected obstacle such streets you want to use.
  • Page 76: Waypoint

    Driving to Your Destination Waypoint Adding Waypoint Next, select the category from the From the DEST screen (Route), if you “Main” or “Fav. Subcategory” tab on Waypoints allow you to add an interim the Category screen, then follow the say or select Waypoint, the Add “pit stop”...
  • Page 77: Destination List

    Driving to Your Destination If you add a waypoint, the Add to dest. Destination List NOTE: list screen will be displayed. If you push If you select Destination List from Prior to departure, you can set areas to in on the Interface Dial and select OK, the DEST screen (Route), you can avoid.
  • Page 78: Changing Your Destination

    Driving to Your Destination Changing Your Destination Using Interface Dial to Change If this is not your desired new destination, press the CANCEL button Destination There are four methods by which you or the BACK button on the steering can change or add a waypoint to your While following a calculated route, you wheel to return to the map screen.
  • Page 79: Entering A Destination From The Menu Screen (While En Route)

    Driving to Your Destination Continue Trip to Screen Entering a Destination from the When the pop-up menu is displayed, select Set as New Destination. to set Menu Screen (while en route) If you restart the vehicle without having your location as a replacement If you say “Menu”, or press the DEST/ completed your prior trip, you will see destination, or Add to Dest.
  • Page 80: Information Features

    Information Features INFO Screen (Main Info.) Trip Computer The INFO function consists of two main screens. To display the INFO screen The Trip computer screen displays the When you say “Information” or press (Main Info.), say “Information” or press the INFO button, the display changes to: trip information from the gauge the INFO button.
  • Page 81: Traffic Incidents

    Information Features Move the Interface Dial to the right, to NOTE: display the “History of Trip A” tab. • Information from the Trip Computer is displayed only when the ignition is • “Instant Fuel” and “Average Fuel” may vary from actual fuel consumed. These values are estimates only.
  • Page 82: Clock/Wallpaper

    Information Features Clock/Wallpaper NOTE: NOTE: When you cannot receive Traffic The Clock/Wallpaper option allows Entries may be stored in the calendar Incidents information and select this you to set up the clock screen or choose for 10 years. a wallpaper image to display. See feature, the message “Traffic You can scroll through the calendar day page 113.
  • Page 83 Information Features Edit Date Entering Your Schedule Once you have entered the message, say or select OK. The message will be Set your schedule by selecting the day on This allows you to move your calendar displayed on the specified date on the the calendar, and the display changes to: entry to a different date.
  • Page 84: Voice Help

    Information Features Voice Help NOTE: There is a tutorial available for the voice command help. Say or select Getting When you say or select Voice Help on • Only one entry can be stored for each started, and the display changes to: the INFO screen (Main Info.), you will calendar day.
  • Page 85: Setup

    Information Features INFO Screen (Other) Setup When you make a command help selection under any of the help screens, When you select Setup from the INFO Select the “Other” tab to view additional you will see the help commands that can screen (Main Info.), you will see the information, and the following screen be used with voice control.
  • Page 86: Scenic Road Information

    Information Features Scenic Road Information Calculator To perform a conversion: Say or select Scenic Road When you say or select Calculator on 1. Enter a numeric value to be converted Information on the INFO screen the INFO screen (Other), the display (for example, 1000).
  • Page 87: System/Device Information

    Information Features System/Device Information Map Data Update Status 4. Select the base unit (e.g., mm) that you wish to convert to some other Say or select System/Device During data updates, you can check the unit. All other units will change Information on the INFO screen update status for map data.
  • Page 88: Key To Zagat Ratings

    Information Features Key to ZAGAT Ratings Use the Interface Dial to scroll through the Key to ZAGAT ratings screens. By saying or selecting Key to ZAGAT Ratings on the INFO screen (Other), you can see the explanation of the data displayed for the Zagat-surveyed restaurants.
  • Page 89: Phone Features

    Phonebook, call HandsFreeLink® cellular phonebook (on some phones). customer support at (888) 528-7876, Up to six phones can be paired to the or visit system. handsfreelink. Say or press the PHONE button, and the display changes to:...
  • Page 90: System Setup

    System Setup SETUP Mode SETUP Screen (Main Setup) Contrast Select Setup from the INFO screen The screen contrast has 11 settings. The SETUP function consists of two (Main info.), and the following screen To adjust the contrast, use the voice main screens that allow you to change control system and say “Contrast up”...
  • Page 91: Volume

    System Setup Personal Information Volume Interface Dial Feedback From the SETUP screen (Main Setup), The navigation voice volume has 11 This setting allows you to control when say or select Personal Information settings and can be adjusted by: (and if) the system will read the current selection you choose with the Interface and the following screen appears: •...
  • Page 92 System Setup You may choose to use a Personal If an Address Book PIN has been set, Entering an Address Identification Number (PIN) to protect the system prompts you to enter your your privacy. However, PINs are PIN. Verify that the correct user is optional, and if you decide to use one, displayed, then enter your PIN.
  • Page 93 System Setup Edit Name Edit Address Place Name - Allows you to select one When you say or select Edit Address, of the Point of Interest (POI) locations You may use the “Name” field to give already stored in the system as one of the entry a name or title that you will the display changes to: your personal addresses.
  • Page 94 System Setup Say or select Edit Phone No. to After you have used one of these six Scroll the screen and select a category display the Enter phone number options to enter the address, the initial by saying the number next to your screen for entering the personal address screen.
  • Page 95: Home Address

    System Setup Home Address The system will then display everything NOTE: that you have entered. If all the • If your Home Address cannot be This feature lets you return “Home” information is correct, say or select OK. found in the system, then while from any location simply by saying “Go This will return you to the Address home 1”...
  • Page 96: Pin Number

    System Setup PIN Number Address Book PIN 4. When you have entered your PIN, the display changes to the Re-enter new If you choose to enter a PIN for the You can set a four-digit PIN (Personal PIN screen. Enter the same number to personal Address Book, you will have to Identification Number) for accessing validate the number you have...
  • Page 97: Previous Destinations

    System Setup Previous Destinations Go home 1 or 2 PIN NOTE: To cancel the deletion of Previous Allows you to delete some or all of your 1. Select Go home 1 PIN or Go Destinations, select the address that was previous destinations.
  • Page 98: Setup Screen (Other)

    System Setup SETUP Screen (Other) Music Search From the SETUP screen (Other), say Select the “Other” tab by moving the Interface Dial to the right to view or select Music Search and the Music search setup screen appears. additional SETUP functions and the following screen appears: Say the desired voice command followed by the artist, song title, album,...
  • Page 99: Phonetic Modification

    System Setup Phonetic Modification When you select New Modification, When you say “List artist ‘Artist A,’” the system will provide the following the following screen appears: You can modify the phonetics for all song list of Artist A. artists, songs, albums, and composers on the HDD and connected iPod.
  • Page 100: Basic Settings

    System Setup Basic Settings Select Artist, Track, Album, or Composer and then select an item to From the SETUP screen (Other), say modify. or select Basic Settings and the following screen appears: The artist “No Name” is modified to “‘Artist A’” and you can use the voice command “Play artist ‘Artist A’”...
  • Page 101: Routing & Guidance

    System Setup Routing & Guidance Rerouting If Rerouting is set to AUTOMATIC From the SETUP screen (Other), say or select Routing & Guidance and and you deviate from the route, you will see “Recalculating...” at the top of the the following screen appears: screen for several seconds as the system calculates a new route.
  • Page 102: Unverified Area Routing

    System Setup Unverified Area Routing Allows you to receive turn-by-turn map and voice guidance in unverified areas when en route to a destination (see Map Overview on page 6). The chart below illustrates the routing differences with this setting ON or OFF. Unverified Area Routing: OFF (factory default) Unverified Area Routing: ON The driver wishes to navigate manually by using the...
  • Page 103 System Setup Unverified Area Routing “ON” Unverified Area Routing Because both routes bypass or use unverified streets, it is recommended When driving to your destination, you that you stop and review the map. have the choice of using or not using “unverified”...
  • Page 104 System Setup With Unverified Area Routing OFF, Unverified Area Routing “OFF” Unverified Area Routing “ON” before you enter an unverified street, a caution box appears on the screen and a voice message is given. This lets you know that you are about to enter an unverified area and that you will be following a dotted “vector line”...
  • Page 105 System Setup With Unverified Area Routing OFF, Unverified Area Routing “OFF” Unverified Area Routing “ON” you are presented with a blue “vector line” that always points to the destination. You must manually choose streets from the map that will lead to your destination.
  • Page 106: Edit Avoid Area

    System Setup Edit Avoid Area You can select New Area, or select one Say or select Edit Area to create the of your existing areas to modify. If you area to be avoided. The following screen This function allows you to select areas choose New Area, the following screen appears: you wish to avoid when calculating a...
  • Page 107 System Setup After selecting the choice, a map screen Say or select OK to return to the Edit avoid area screen. will be displayed. If your selected area contains a freeway, the system will prompt you with a pop- up box saying “Do you want to avoid freeways?”...
  • Page 108: Edit Waypoint Search Area

    System Setup Edit Waypoint Search Area For “SEARCH ALONG,” the system looks in front of you within a corridor When driving en route to your width specified by your values for “On destination, you can select a temporary Freeways” or “On Surface Street.” destination waypoint (marked with a The system checks the upcoming area, small flag on the map) along your route...
  • Page 109: Guidance Mode

    System Setup Guidance Mode Street Name Guidance Guidance Screen Interruption When the audio screen is displayed and Allows you to select the guidance Allows voice guidance to include the display mode: Single Screen or Split street names (for example, “Turn right you get near the guidance point, the Screen.
  • Page 110: Vehicle

    System Setup Vehicle Correct Vehicle Position After you have traveled approximately 1/2 mile away from a mapped road, the From the SETUP screen (Other), say The system relies on satellites for system will display a series of white or select Vehicle and the following positioning information.
  • Page 111: Color

    System Setup Color 4. Rotate the Interface Dial knob so 1. Stop the vehicle. the vehicle position arrowhead is From the SETUP screen (Other), say 2. Select Correct Vehicle Position, pointing in the correct direction, and or select Color and the following and the system will display the push in on the Interface Dial.
  • Page 112: Map Color

    System Setup Map Color Menu Color Switching Display Mode Manually Allows you to choose the map color Allows you to choose the menu color from one of five colors for the Day and from one of five colors for the Day and Pressing the Display Mode button Night modes.
  • Page 113: Switching Display Mode Automatically

    System Setup Switching Display Mode Automatically llumination control Priority Operation But remember Display Mode button Allows selection of Day, Night, or Off display Once you press this button, you assume full (see page 11) mode. This button has the highest priority and manual control of the display mode until the overrides all other display control adjustments ignition key is cycled again.
  • Page 114: Language

    System Setup Language Clock/Wallpaper NOTE: • Voice confirmation of cities and Selects the language to be used on each You can display a clock or uploaded streets only occurs when English has screen that the system displays. From picture on the navigation screen. From the SETUP screen (Other), say or the SETUP screen (Other), say or been selected.
  • Page 115: Clock Adjustment

    System Setup Clock Adjustment Auto Daylight Auto Time Zone Sets automatic daylight saving time ON Say or select Clock Adjustment and Sets automatic time zone selection by or OFF. If set to ON, the clock will GPS to ON or OFF. If you are driving the following screen appears: automatically “spring ahead”...
  • Page 116: Clock Type

    System Setup Picture Setup Time Adjustment Say or select Picture Setup and the Adjusts the current time in hours and minutes. Select ADJUST TIME by following screen will be displayed. moving the Interface Dial up, and then switch HOUR and MINUTE by moving the Interface Dial to the left and right and changing the value by rotating the Interface Dial knob.
  • Page 117 System Setup Selecting Wallpaper Pictures Delete Pictures on HDD NOTE: If you say or select Select a Picture If you say or select Delete Pictures • If there are no images on the HDD, for Wallpaper, a list of the images on on HDD, a list of the images on the “No Entries Exist”...
  • Page 118: Reset Factory Default Settings

    System Setup Reset Factory Default Importing Pictures from USB NOTE: Settings To use a wallpaper image other than the • You can only import images from the factory defaults, you can import pictures root directory. Images in the folders The Setup settings and multi-view rear from a USB thumb drive or similar cannot be imported.
  • Page 119: Clear Personal Data

    System Setup Clear Personal Data • Basic Settings: Units, Voice If a PIN number is set, the screen for Recognition Tutor entering the PIN code will be displayed. Any uploaded data, calendar entries, A pop-up screen verifying whether address books, stored destinations, or •...
  • Page 120: Multi-View Rear Camera

    System Setup Multi-view Rear Camera Three-way Rearview Modes Wide view The rearview image can be easily Your vehicle is equipped with a Multi- switched between Wide, Normal, and view rear camera as shown in the Top view modes by pushing in on the illustration.
  • Page 121: Visible Range Of The Rearview Image

    System Setup Visible Range of the Rearview Multi-view Rear Camera NOTE: Image Brightness Adjustment • The multi-view rear camera has a special lens that makes distances The rearview image is displayed within When in reverse, the navigation buttons appear different than they actually approximately three meters of the vehicle.
  • Page 122: System Initialization

    System Initialization System Initialization Entering the Security Code GPS Initialization If for any reason you lose power to the If another system has been installed in Depending on the length of time the vehicle (e.g., the battery was the vehicle, you will have to enter a battery was disconnected, your system disconnected), the navigation system security code for the audio and...
  • Page 123: Map Matching

    System Initialization Map Matching If the navigation system finds the Although your navigation system is one satellites properly, this box clears and of the most highly sophisticated pieces This part of the initialization matches the Disclaimer screen is shown. If of equipment you will find in a modern the GPS coordinates found above with a within 10 minutes the system fails to...
  • Page 124: System Limitations

    System Limitations Also, depending on your current view of • Other aftermarket audio electronic The destination icon shows the the sky and the position of the satellites, devices mounted near the navigation approximate location of the destination. the elevation may be shown incorrectly. unit This occurs because a city block can You may also notice some delay of the...
  • Page 125: Database Limitations

    Database Limitations You will find that some points of The digitized map database reflects In addition, this database does not interest (POI) may be missing when you conditions as they existed at various include, analyze, process, consider, or search the database. This can be caused points in time before production.
  • Page 126 Database Limitations • Traffic facilities safety Copyrights • Special events • infoUSA-Data: Certain business data provided by infoUSA, Inc., Omaha, • Pavement characteristics or NE, Copyright © 2010, All Rights conditions Reserved. We assume no liability for any incident • EXIT-Data: © ZENRIN CO., LTD. that may result from an error in the 2010.
  • Page 127: Customer Assistance

    GPS related errors, see • If the error pertains to freeways and Frequently Asked Questions on America Honda Motor Co., Inc. main “verified” roads shown in black page 146, System Limitations on on the map, then report it online at...
  • Page 128: Visiting Your Dealer

    Customer Assistance Visiting Your Dealer Obtaining a Navigation • Call Honda Customer Relations (see “Honda Automobile Customer Update We strive to make this manual as Service” on page 126). complete as possible and to answer all Honda is continually expanding the questions regarding operation of the •...
  • Page 129: Coverage Areas

    Hot Springs Norwalk Little Rock If you desire additional map coverage Stamford Pine Bluff information, contact Honda Customer Delaware Service or go to California Entire state - including Dover, Enter your vehicle model and model Central Valley – including Fresno,...
  • Page 130 Coverage Areas Fort Myers Metro area – including Hawaii (all cities for the following Urbana-Danville Naples islands) Indiana Fort Pierce Hawaii Bloomington Gainesville Kauai Evansville Jacksonville Metro – including St. Lanai Fort Wayne Johns County Maui Gary/Hammond Metro Miami/Fort Lauderdale/West Palm Molokai Indianapolis Metro Beach Metro...
  • Page 131 Coverage Areas Kentucky Springfield Metro area Mississippi Complete coverage of all cities in Bowling Green Alcorn County Barnstable, Berkshire, Bristol, Lexington Biloxi/Gulfport Essex, Hampshire, Hampden, Louisville Jackson Middlesex, Norfolk, Plymouth, Owensboro Memphis Suffolk, and Worcester Counties Pascagoula Louisiana Tupelo Michigan Baton Rouge Detroit Metro area –...
  • Page 132 Coverage Areas Nevada New York North Dakota Las Vegas Metro Binghamton Fargo Metro Reno/Lake Tahoe Buffalo – including Erie and Niagara Grand Forks Counties New Hampshire Ohio Eastern New York – including the Lebanon Akron Adirondack, Oneonta - Manchester Columbus/Marysville Metro Cooperstown, New York City Nashua Cincinnati Metro –...
  • Page 133 Coverage Areas Pennsylvania South Dakota Longview Lubbock Allentown Rapid City McAllen Eastern Pennsylvania Sioux Falls Midland/Odessa Metro Erie Tennessee Nacogdoches-Lufkin Gettysburg Chattanooga San Angelo Harrisburg Chester County San Antonio Metro Lancaster Franklin County South Padre Island Philadelphia Metro Johnson City/Kingsport/Bristol Texarkana Reading Knoxville/Farragut Metro...
  • Page 134: Puerto Rico Detailed Coverage Areas

    Coverage Areas Charlottesville Puerto Rico Detailed Coverage Wisconsin Danville Appleton Areas Emporia Beloit Arecibo Lynchburg Eau Claire Bayamon Richmond Metro Green Bay Cabo Rojo Roanoke Janesville Caguas Shenandoah National Park Kenosha County Canovanas Staunton-Waynesboro-Harrisonburg La Crosse Carolina Williamsburg/Norfolk/Virginia Lake Geneva Ceiba Beach Metro –...
  • Page 135: Canada Detailed Coverage Areas

    Coverage Areas Gurabo Canada Detailed Coverage Areas British Columbia Celada Greater Vancouver Alberta Gurabo Anmore Airdrie San Juan Belcarra Banff Bowen Island Hato Rey Beaumont Burnaby San Juan Calgary Coquitlam Santurce Calmar Delta Canmore Langley Chestermere Langley Twp Cochrane Lions Bay Crossfield Maple Ridge Devon...
  • Page 136 Coverage Areas Fraser Valley Esquimalt Torbay Highlands Wabana Abbottsford Langford Chilliwack Rimouski-Neigette Metchosin Mission Rimouski North Saanich Nanaimo Oak Bay Rivière-du-Loup Lantzville Saanich Rivière-du-Loup Nanaimo Sidney Parksville Sooke NOVA SCOTIA Qualicum Beach Victoria Halifax (partial) View Royal Squamish-Lillooet ONTARIO Lillooet MANITOBA Brant Pemberton...
  • Page 137 Coverage Areas Durham Grey Petrolia Plympton-Wyoming Ajax Blue Mountains Point Edward Brock Chatsworth Sarnia Clarington Georgian Bluffs St. Clair Oshawa Meaford Warwick Pickering Grey Highlands Scugog Hanover Lanark Uxbridge Owen Sound Beckwith Whitby Southgate Carleton Place West Grey Drummond/North Elmsley Elgin Lanark Highlands Haldimand...
  • Page 138 Coverage Areas Muskoka Norfolk Perth Bracebridge Norfolk North Perth Georgian Bay Perth East Northumberland Gravenhurst Perth South Alnwick/Haldimand Huntsville St. Mary’s Brighton Lake of Bays Stratford Cobourg Muskoka Lakes West Perth Cramahe Middlesex Prescott and Russell Hamilton Twp Adelaide Metcalfe Port Hope Alfred and Plantagenet London...
  • Page 139 Coverage Areas Ramara Windsor Wellington Severn Centre Wellington Essex Springwater Erin Amherstburg Guelph Essex Tiny Guelph/Eramosa Kingsville Wasaga Beach Mapleton Lakeshore Minto Stormont, Dundas, and Glengarry Lasalle Puslinch Cornwall Leamington Wellington North North Dundas Pelee North Glengarry York Tecumseh North Stormont Windsor Aurora South Dundas...
  • Page 140 Coverage Areas Leeds and Granville QUÉBEC La Rivìere-du-Nord Lennox and Addington Prévost Montreal-Laurentians Middlesex St-Colomban Muskoka St-Hippolyte Beauharnois-Salaberry Northumberland St-Jèrôme Beauharnois Oxford Ste-Sophie Salaberry-de-Valleyfield Perth Ste-Martine La Vallee-du-Richelieu Peterborough É tienne-de-Beauharnois Beloeil Prescott and Russell St-Louis-de-Gonzague Caringnan Prince Edward St-Stanislas-de-Kostka Chambly Simcoe St-Urbain-Premier...
  • Page 141 Coverage Areas Le-Haut-Richelieu Les-Jardins-De-Napierville Les Moulins Henryville Hemmingford Mascouche Lacolle Hemmingford Village Terrebonne é Mont-St-Gr goire Napierville Les Pays-D’en-Haut Noyan St-Bernard-de-Lacolle Lac-des-Seize-Îles â St-Alexandre St-Cyprien-de-Ch teauguay Morin-Heights St-Blaise-sur-Richelieu É douard Piedmont St-Georges-de-Clarenceville St-Jacques-le-Mineur Ste-Adolphe-d’Howard St-Jean-sur-Richelieu St-Michel St-Sauveur Î St-Paul-de-L’ le-aux-Noix St-Patrice-de-Sherrington Ste-Adèle é...
  • Page 142 Coverage Areas St-Jacques Roussillon Pincourt St-Liguori Pointe-des-Cascades Candiac St-Lin -- Laurentides Pointe-Fortune Chateauguay St-Roche-de-l’Achigan Rigaud Delson St-Roch-Ouest Riviere-Beaudette La Prairie St-Clet Lery Montreal Ste-Justine-de-Newton Mercier Baie-D’Urfé St-Lazare Ste-Catherine Beaconsfield Ste-Marthe St-Constant Côte-St-Luc St-Polycarpe St-Isidore Dollard-des-Ormeaux St-Telesphore St-Mathieu Dorval St-Zotique St-Philippe Hampstead Terrasse-Vaudreuil Kirkland...
  • Page 143 Coverage Areas La Jacques-Cartier CANADA CONNECTOR ROADS Roads in the province of Alberta The Cross-Canada Connector Road Fossambault-sur-le-Lac Hwy-1/Trans Canada Hwy across allows for travel between the provinces Lac-Beauport whole province of British Columbia and Quebec in Lac-Delage Hwy-1A from Cochrane to Canmore DCA 11.
  • Page 144 Coverage Areas Roads in the province of Manitoba Cities with available in-car traffic Grand Rapids-Wyoming, MI Hwy-1/Trans Canada Hwy across Greensboro-High Point, NC information whole province Greenville-Mauldin-Easley, SC The following cities currently have Hwy-100/Trans Canada Hwy in Hartford-West Hartford-East available continuously updated traffic Winnipeg (partial beltway) Hartford, CT information.
  • Page 145: Operation In Alaska, Hawaii, Canada, And Puerto Rico

    Raleigh-Cary, NC page 6, 101) becomes available. Visit http:// Richmond, VA • Cautions and pop-up windows related for the Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario, to unverified roads (see page 71) latest coverage. Rochester, NY • Setup entries that relate to turning on...
  • Page 146 Coverage Areas Address and POI Entry Screens Puerto Rico If Street Name Guidance is set to The following differences occur for map, address, and POI selection: ON, the street names will not be read out by voice guidance. This may change •...
  • Page 147: Frequently Asked Questions

    Frequently Asked Questions Map and Features, Voice Operation, Entering Addresses Problem Solution Why does the Disclaimer screen need to be displayed every The Disclaimer screen reminds you and your guest drivers to always time I start the car? I am the only driver. operate the navigation system in a safe manner.
  • Page 148 61. • It is possible that there is a temporary technical problem with your metropolitan area traffic. You can call Honda Customer Service to see if there is an outage (page 126). • If the situation persists, see your Honda dealer for assistance.
  • Page 149 Frequently Asked Questions Guidance, Routing Problem Solution The navigation system does not route me the same way I The navigation system attempts to generate the optimum route. See would go, or the way some other mapping program displays. Changing the Route Preference on page 53. Why is this? Why is the street I’m on not shown on the map? It has been The mapping database is constantly undergoing revision.
  • Page 150 Frequently Asked Questions Problem Solution While I drive, my screen shows white dots (“breadcrumbs”) These are called “breadcrumbs.” If you drive more than 1/2 mile from on it. What do they mean? mapped roads, the off-road tracking feature begins to function. See Off-road Tracking on page 70 and 109.
  • Page 151 Frequently Asked Questions Updates, Coverage, Map Errors, Limitations Problem Solution When is my city going to become part of a fully verified The mapping database vendor is constantly revising map coverage. See detailed coverage area? page 128 for ways to obtain the latest detailed coverage information. Will the navigation system work outside North America? The system contains maps for the 50 U.S.
  • Page 152 Frequently Asked Questions Display, Accessories Problem Solution The display appears dim when starting the car in really cold No. This is normal, and it will become brighter after a few minutes. weather. Is there a problem? Rear Camera Problem Solution When I shift gears, the rear camera image is delayed.
  • Page 153 Frequently Asked Questions Problem Solution Daylight saving time occurred, but the navigation system did The automatic daylight saving time feature does not work in regions where not change time even though SETUP shows Auto Daylight the daylight saving time system is not adopted. is ON.
  • Page 154: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Screen Error Message Solution System temp is too low. System will shut down until it This message will appear briefly when the system temperature is too low, and it warms up. will turn off until the temperature warms up. System temp is too high.
  • Page 155: Glossary

    Glossary Glossary Digitized Road - A road that appears on GPS Antenna - Located in the the navigation screen. The road name dashboard, which is in the center of The following is a glossary of terms will appear at the bottom of the the dashboard.
  • Page 156 Glossary Initialization - This refers to the period Navi - Abbreviation for the navigation POI - Point of Interest. These are the needed to reacquire the GPS satellite system. businesses, schools, etc. found under Place category or Place Name on orbital information whenever the North Pointer - The map symbol the DEST screen (Dest.
  • Page 157 Glossary USB - Universal Serial Bus. A computer VP - Vehicle Position. When in map Yaw Rate Sensor - Senses when the hardware interface used to store and mode, this circular icon shows the vehicle makes a turn, which makes play audio files from USB devices, vehicle position on the map.
  • Page 158: Voice Command Index

    Voice Command Index Global Commands Navigation Commands The “Voice Help” option on the INFO screen (Main Info.) lists many of the The system accepts these commands on General Commands following controls. To avoid distraction any screen. The system accepts these commands on while you are driving, the system can Help (displays the list of commands a map/guidance screen.
  • Page 159: Map Display Commands

    Voice Command Index Map Display Commands Map Scale Commands Hide: (hide the selected icon from the screen) The system accepts these commands on The system accepts these commands on a map/guidance screen. a map/guidance screen. gas station Display current location (shows Display north up current latitude, longitude, and restaurant...
  • Page 160: Find Place Commands

    Find nearest: (find the nearest selection) Hospital Greek restaurant Auto service center Police station Indian restaurant ACURA dealers Veterinarian Italian restaurant HONDA dealers Lodging Japanese restaurant Gas station Bed & breakfast Korean restaurant Hydrogen station Hotel Mexican restaurant Auto parts & electronics...
  • Page 161: Route Commands

    Voice Command Index Climate Control Commands Route Commands Shoe store Sporting goods store The system accepts these commands on The system accepts these commands on a map/guidance screen when en route. Toy store most screens. Travel center How long to the destination? (tells Climate control automatic (controls Airport the time to destination)*...
  • Page 162: Audio Commands

    Voice Command Index Audio Commands Temperature # degrees Rear climate control automatic (#: 57 - 87 degrees F) Rear climate control off Radio Commands Driver temperature # degrees Rear climate control vent (#: 57 - 87 degrees F) The system accepts these commands on Rear climate control floor Passenger temperature # degrees most screens.
  • Page 163: Disc Commands

    Voice Command Index Disc Commands HDD Commands Radio select XM2 XM channel # (#: 0-255) The system accepts these commands on The system accepts these commands on most screens. most screens. XM channel up XM channel down DISC play HDD play DISC play track # (#: 1-30) HDD search (activates Song By XM category up...
  • Page 164: Usb Commands

    Voice Command Index USB Commands iPod Commands What/Who am I listening to? Who is this? The system accepts these commands on The system accepts these commands on most screens. most screens. What’s playing? Who’s playing? USB play iPod play USB play track # (#:1-30) iPod search (activates Song By What album is this? Voice™)
  • Page 165: Bluetooth ® Audio Commands

    Voice Command Index ® Bluetooth Audio Commands Song By Voice™ Commands Rear Radio Commands The system accepts these commands on The system accepts these commands on The system accepts these commands on most screens. most screens. most screens. BTA Bluetooth Audio play iPod Search (activates Song By Rear audio on* Voice™)
  • Page 166: Rear Cd Commands

    Voice Command Index Rear CD Commands Rear DVD Commands Rear XM channel # (#: 0-255) Rear XM channel up The system accepts these commands on The system accepts these commands on most screens. most screens. Rear XM channel down Rear XM category up Rear CD play Rear DVD play Rear CD play track # (#: 1-30)
  • Page 167: Rear Hdd Commands

    Voice Command Index Rear HDD Commands Repeating these commands switches * Repeating these commands switches (toggles) the function between On (toggles) the function between On The system accepts these commands on and Off, so the action that occurs and Off, so the action that occurs most screens.
  • Page 168: Rear Ipod Commands

    Voice Command Index Phone Commands SETUP Screen (Main Setup) Rear iPod Commands Commands The system accepts these commands on The system accepts these commands only on the PHONE screens. most screens. The system accepts these commands on the SETUP screen (Main Setup). (For Rear iPod play Dial # the SETUP screen (Other), simply say...
  • Page 169: On-Screen Commands

    Voice Command Index On-Screen Commands On-Screen Spelling Assist NOTE: • The system will only respond to the The system accepts these commands on When speaking the letters or using names shown in the following tables. any screen. There are over 100 on- “spell mode,”...
  • Page 170 Voice Command Index Letters Assist Definitions: Or say “...” 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 Golf/George November/Nancy...
  • Page 171 Voice Command Index Symbol Assist Definitions: Symbols Say “...” or “Symbol ...” Symbols Say “...” or “Symbol ...” Symbols Say “...” or “Symbol ...” À A grave î I circumflex Underscore  A circumflex ï I umlaut Back quote Ä A umlaut Ô...
  • Page 172 Voice Command Index Numbers and Additional Symbol Assist Definitions: Numbers Say “...” or “Number ...” Symbols Say “...” or “Symbol ...” Symbols Say “...” or “Symbol ...” Hyphen Tilde Exclamation point Slash Three Double quote Less than ” < Four Pound Greater than >...
  • Page 173: Index

    Index ......51 ........39 By Go Home 1 or 2 Community ....... 46 ......50 By Intersection Continental USA ......... 46 ......... 89 ......52 By Map Input Contrast Add to Address Book ......37 ........ 85 ......52 By Place Category Convert (Unit) Add to Dest.
  • Page 174 ....82 Entering Your Schedule ......162 HDD Commands .......153 Error Message ....... 94 Home Address .........60 Exit Info Honda Automobile Customer ........111 Map Color ........126 Service ......128 Map Coverage ....39 Hotel/Motel (Lodging) ....86 Map Data Update Status ......38...
  • Page 175 Index ........13 ....29, 46 Microphone Selecting the State ....119 ....32, 46 Multi-view Rear Camera Selecting the Street ........97 ... 89 ......161 Music Search SETUP Screen (Main Setup) Radio Commands ........40 SETUP Screen (Main Setup) Read List ........
  • Page 176 Index ...... 13 Voice Control Basics ......55 Voice Guidance ........83 ........13 Voice Help TALK button ....99 ......115 Voice Recognition Tutor Time Adjustment ..14 ..........22 Voice Recognition, Improving Traffic ......... 90 ....22 Volume Traffic Display Legend ....25, 58, 72, 80 Traffic Incidents ......72 Traffic Rerouting...
  • Page 177 END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT ALPINE TO CONDUCT SUFFICIENT inherently statistical process and that TESTING TO DETERMINE THAT THE recognition errors are inherent in the process. SOFTWARE IS SUITALE FOR SUCH USE. Neither ALPINE nor its suppliers shall be You have acquired a device (“DEVICE”) that liable for any damages arising out of errors in includes software licensed by Alpine Electronics, –...
  • Page 178 • ALPINE, MS, Microsoft Corporation and their SOFTWARE, are owned by MS, Microsoft any other reason, please refer to the address affiliates reserve the right to discontinue any Corporation, their affiliates or suppliers. The provided in the documentation for the Internet-based services provided to you or SOFTWARE is licensed, not sold.
  • Page 179 As required by the FCC: 1)This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules and Canadian RSS-210/RSS- Gen. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

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