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   Summary of Contents for Honda 2011 Pilot

  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Showing the Map of Current Position... Showing the Map of City... Showing the Map of State ... Showing the Map of Continental USA... 2011 Pilot Table of Contents By Today’s Destinations...43 Editing Today’s Destinations List... Adding Destinations to the List...

  • Page 2

    Address Book ... Home Address... PIN Number ... Previous Destinations... Basic Settings ...84 Units (mile or km)... 2011 Pilot Voice Recognition Feedback ... Auto Volume for Speed ... Routing & Guidance ...85 Rerouting ... Unverified Area Routing... Edit Avoid Area...

  • Page 3

    DVD Voice Commands...145 AUX Voice Commands...146 Rear Radio Voice Commands Rear CD Voice Commands Rear DVD Voice Commands Rear AUX Voice Commands 2011 Pilot Table of Contents Information Screen Voice Commands ...148 SETUP Screen (Main Setup) Commands ...149 On-Screen Commands On-Screen Spelling Assist...

  • Page 4: Introduction

    • Glossary of Terms (page 136) • Voice Command List (page 139) • Operation Specific to Alaska and Hawaii (page 125) 2011 Pilot System Overview Your navigation system is a highly sophisticated location system with voice control that uses satellites and a map...

  • Page 5: Accessories Precautions

    GPS antenna under the dashboard. Signal noise emanating from these devices can cause intermittent disruption of the navigation system. 2011 Pilot Introduction Important Safety Information The navigation system can distract your attention from the road if you focus on the screen or operate the system’s...

  • Page 6: Map Overview

    If you are unsure, proceed with caution. Always use your own good judgment, and obey traffic laws while driving. 2011 Pilot Map Overview Current Street The current street on which your vehicle is located appears at the bottom of the map screen (see page 19).

  • Page 7

    For example: “In a half-mile, make a right turn, if possible.” Because the average speed of these roads is not known, the time and distance “to go” is based on a fixed average speed of 25 mph for these roads. 2011 Pilot Introduction Navigation System...

  • Page 8: User Agreement

    (or internal use where the end-user is a business) by the consumer. The DVD is not to be used for commercial purposes. 2011 Pilot • The Licensors do not guarantee to the customer that the functions included in the DVD meet the specific objectives of the user.

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    (including injuries resulting in death) arising out of the use or possession of the DVD or software. 2011 Pilot User Agreement Use, duplication, or disclosure of this DVD by or on behalf of the United States government is subject to “Restricted Rights”...

  • Page 10: Getting Started

    INFO button SETUP button SETUP Interface Dial/ ENTER button Display Mode button AUDIO button 2011 Pilot CANCEL button Cancels the current screen and returns to the previous screen display. NOTE: The NAVI BACK button performs the same basic function. MAP/GUIDE button Displays the map.

  • Page 11

    After making a selection in a menu or list, push in on the Interface Dial (ENTER button) to enter the selection into the system. 2011 Pilot Getting Started In almost all cases, you can enter a selection into the system by pushing in on the Interface Dial.

  • Page 12

    The climate status consists of the driver’s and passenger’s temperature, fan speed, ON/OFF (AC), and vent setting. The time is automatically set by the navigation system. Settings can be adjusted in SETUP (see Time Adjustment on page 95). 2011 Pilot...

  • Page 13: Voice Control Basics

    Press and release it when you want to give a voice command. See Voice Command Index on page a list of voice commands. 2011 Pilot Getting Started NAVI BACK button This button has the same function as the CANCEL button. When you press and release it, the display returns to the previous screen.

  • Page 14: Using The Voice Control System

    See the Voice Recognition Feedback setting in SETUP. 2011 Pilot If you hear a prompt such as “Please use the Interface Dial to...” or “Please choose an area with the Interface Dial,”...

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

    Interface Dial. Tip: If items are grayed out, this means that they cannot be selected. 2011 Pilot Getting Started Selecting an Item in a List To scroll through a list, do one of the following: •...

  • Page 16: Entering Information

    Or say “...” Or say “...” Alpha/Apple Hotel/Henry Bravo/Boy India/Igloo Charlie Juliet/John Delta/Dog Kilo/King Echo/Edward Lima/Larry Foxtrot/Frank Mike/Mary Golf/George November/Nancy 2011 Pilot Or say “...” Or say “...” Oscar Victor Papa/Paul Whiskey/William Quebec/Queen X-ray Romeo/Robert Yankee/Yellow Sierra/Sam Zulu/Zebra Tango/Tom Enter Uniform/Uncle...

  • Page 17: System Start-up

    See System Function Diagram on page 21. If you have entered any Calendar reminders, they are displayed after you select OK. 2011 Pilot Getting Started The Calendar reminder screen remains displayed until you select OK or Remind Later by rotating the...

  • Page 18: Bluetooth® Handsfreelink

    HFL is not in use; press the HFL BACK button. For more information on Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®, see your Owner’s Manual and the official website (handsfreelink.honda.com). 2011 Pilot ®...

  • Page 19: Map Screen Legend

    (see Map Overview on page 6) Interstates or Freeways Verified Streets Unverified Streets Map Menu (see page 52) (Push in on the Interface Dial to view.) 2011 Pilot Getting Started Landmark Icon - Generic (see page 58) Honda Dealer Acura Dealer Hospital School...

  • Page 20: Map Screen Description

    Interface Dial again, and then move the Interface Dial left to select the CURRENT LOCATION. The Current location screen will appear on the display. 2011 Pilot NOTE: The elevation will not appear when the system is temporarily lacking proper GPS information. The system elevation...

  • 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). Navigation System 2011 Pilot...

  • Page 22: Entering A Destination

    NOTE: If Previous Destinations is grayed out, there are no Previous Destinations entered. 2011 Pilot Map Input (see page 40) This selection allows you to point to a destination on the map using the Interface Dial. This allows you to enter a destination or address that may not be listed in the database.

  • Page 23: By Address

    Use the voice control system and say the name of the state, or rotate the Interface Dial knob to select the state. 2011 Pilot Entering a Destination Selecting the City This is helpful if the street runs through several cities, and you know what city includes the street.

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    “Echo” or “Edward” instead of “E.” See page for a list of available words for each letter. 2011 Pilot By Interface Dial: Select City, and the display then changes to the Enter city name screen. Use the Interface Dial to enter the name of the city.

  • Page 25: Selecting The Street

    SPELL MODE on the Say street name screen, and the display will change to the Enter street name screen. 2011 Pilot Entering a Destination Say the street name by saying individual letters or numbers, or words that represent the letters, one at a time.

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    (St, Ave, etc.). The system will automatically determine that for you, based on your entered city and street number. 2011 Pilot The system will display a list of street names, with the closest match to the name you entered at the top of the list.

  • Page 27: Entering The Street Number

    If you select a point of interest (POI) or road in an unverified area, you may or may not have routing in these areas. See Map Overview on page 6. 2011 Pilot Entering a Destination By Address Book This selection allows you to choose a personal address entry for a destination.

  • Page 28: Adding Addresses To The Personal Address Book

    Edit Avoid Area on page 90. • For information on the available voice commands, see Voice Command Index on page 139. 2011 Pilot By Places After you select Places from the MENU screen (Enter destination by), the display changes to:...

  • Page 29: Finding The Place By Category

    Place Name by Keyword, and enter the partial name. 2011 Pilot Entering a Destination After selecting a category and subcategory, the system will give you the options of Place Name by...

  • Page 30: Navigation System

    Californian Mexican Chinese Pizza Continental Seafood Fast Food Thai French Vegetarian German Vietnamese Greek Other 2011 Pilot Shopping All Shopping*2 Office Supplies/Electronics Accessories/Jewelry Pharmacy/Drug Store Auto Parts & Electronics Pet Food/Supplies Books/Music/Video Sewing/Linen Clothing Shoes/Bags Groceries Sporting Goods Home Improvement...

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    Calculate route to screen. NOTE: Scrolling through the Zagat Review is disabled when the vehicle is moving. 2011 Pilot Entering a Destination When you say “Question mark” or select the “?” tab, you can see the description of ratings and symbols for Zagat Review.

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    Once you select a place, the system then displays the Calculate route to screen (see Driving to Your Destination on page 46). 2011 Pilot Sort by Distance to Travel When you select this option, the system gives you a list of all the places in the subcategory.

  • Page 33: Finding The Place By Name

    Use the name option only if you know the exact spelling of the place. If unsure, use the Category option. 2011 Pilot Entering a Destination Finding the Place by Phone Number The Phone Number option allows you to select a destination by its telephone number.

  • Page 34: Finding The Place By Zagat 2009

    Once you select a restaurant, the system then displays the Calculate route to screen (see Driving to Your Destination on page 46). 2011 Pilot NOTE: • Not every type of food is listed in each metro area or neighborhood. Only types of foods that are available in those areas will be listed.

  • Page 35: By Intersection

    Use the voice control system and say the name of the state, or rotate the Interface Dial knob to select the state. 2011 Pilot Entering a Destination Selecting the City This is helpful if the street runs through several cities, and you know what city includes the street.

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    “Edward” instead of “E.” See page for a list of available words for each letter. 2011 Pilot By Interface Dial: Select City, and the display then changes to the Enter city name screen. Use the Interface Dial to enter the name of the city.

  • Page 37: Selecting The Street

    SPELL MODE on the Say street name screen, and the display will change to the Enter street name screen. 2011 Pilot Entering a Destination Say the street name by saying individual letters or numbers, or words that represent the letters, one at a time.

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    (N, S, E, W) or the type (St, Ave, etc.). The system will automatically determine that for you. 2011 Pilot The system will display a list of street names, with the closest match to the name you entered at the top of the list.

  • Page 39: By Previous Destinations

    If you select a point of interest (POI) or road in an unverified area, you may or may not have routing in these areas. See Map Overview on page 6. 2011 Pilot Entering a Destination By Previous Destinations Every time you route to a destination, that destination is saved by the system.

  • Page 40: By Map Input

    Edit Avoid Area on page 90. • For information on the available voice commands, see Voice Command Index on page 139. 2011 Pilot Showing the Map of Current Position The Current Position selection assumes that you are looking for a destination in the immediate area.

  • Page 41: Showing The Map Of City

    Select an item from the list. Then select OK to calculate a route to the selected destination. 2011 Pilot Entering a Destination Showing the Map of City With the City selection, the display changes to the Enter city name screen.

  • Page 42: Showing The Map Of State

    The selected icon or road segment is displayed on the 1/2 mile (800 meter) or less map scale. 2011 Pilot If this is the desired address, push in on the Interface Dial again. If not, use the Interface Dial to reposition the...

  • Page 43: Showing The Map Of Continental Usa

    Then select OK to calculate a route to the selected destination. 2011 Pilot Entering a Destination By Today’s Destinations You can create a “trip” by combining up to five destinations previously selected on the Calculate route to screen.

  • Page 44: Editing Today's Destinations List

    If ADD TO Today’s Dest. is grayed out, the Today’s Destinations list is already full (five destinations have been stored). 2011 Pilot The display then changes to show you all the current entries on the Today’s Destinations list. Select DONE to return to the MENU screen (Enter destination by).

  • Page 45: By Go Home

    Calculate route to screen after you select Go Home (see Driving to Your Destination on page 46). 2011 Pilot Entering a Destination NOTE: • To edit Home Address, see Home Address in System Setup on page 82.

  • Page 46: Driving To Your Destination

    Edit Avoid Area on page 90. • For information on the available voice commands, see Voice Command Index on page 139. 2011 Pilot Further selections from the Calculate route to screen include: ADD TO Address Book Allows you to add the destination to your Address Book.

  • Page 47: Changing Routing Method

    If the trip is greater than 100 miles, then “Minimize Freeways” and “Minimize Toll Roads” may be grayed out. This is normal. 2011 Pilot Driving to Your Destination The generated route may not be the route you would choose. For safety...

  • Page 48: Viewing The Routes

    Interface Dial. NOTE: Distances and times shown for each method are approximate. 2011 Pilot After calculating the route with the new method, the system displays a map of your current location. The calculated route will be highlighted as a blue line, and a voice prompt will tell you how to proceed along the highlighted route.

  • Page 49: Viewing The Destination Map

    NOTE: You can always view the entire route by simply saying, “Display entire route.” 2011 Pilot Driving to Your Destination “Vector line” (unverified routing off) Blue-pink unverified route line (unverified routing on)

  • Page 50: Map Screen Legend

    Waypoint (see page 66) Blue Line Calculated route (see page 49) Map Menu (see page 52) (Push in on the Interface Dial to view.) 2011 Pilot Landmark Icon - Generic (see page 58) Honda Dealer Acura Dealer Hospital School Grocery Store...

  • Page 51: Guidance Screen

    Direction of Destination, “as the crow flies” (see page 52) Distance to Next Driving Maneuver Time to Destination (see page 52) Distance to Destination (see page 52) 2011 Pilot Driving to Your Destination Street Name of Next Driving Maneuver Scroll: to view...

  • Page 52: Distance And Time To Destination

    (see page 53). Directions - Button shown if currently en route. Select to see a list of directions to your destination (see page 53). 2011 Pilot North-up/Heading-up - Select Heading-up or North-up button to change map orientation. See Map Orientation on page for details.

  • Page 53: Voice Guidance Prompts

    “if possible” are inserted before each guidance prompt. See Unverified Area Routing on page for more details about unverified routing. 2011 Pilot Driving to Your Destination Direction List If you select Directions from the Map menu, the display changes to: NOTE: •...

  • Page 54: Exit Info

    Say or select EXIT INFO, and choose the exit and place to set as a new destination or waypoint. 2011 Pilot On the map screen, you can display freeway exit information using the Interface Dial. The exit info icon will...

  • Page 55: Guidance Mode

    After you complete the maneuver, the display returns to a full map screen when the single-screen mode is set, or to a map and direction list screen when the split-screen mode is set. 2011 Pilot Driving to Your Destination Navigation System...

  • Page 56: Map Scale

    200 m 400 m 800 m 1.6 km page page page page page page page page 2011 Pilot 1 mi. 2 mi. 5 mi. 15 mi. 50 mi. 3 km 8 km 24 km 80 km 240 km 560 km...

  • Page 57: Map Orientation

    NOTE: For information on the available voice commands, see Voice Command Index on page 139. 2011 Pilot Driving to Your Destination Destination Icon The destination icon only shows the approximate location of the destination. This occurs because a city block can...

  • Page 58: Landmark Icons

    Dial on the map or guidance screen and select Show Icon on Map (see page 60), or by using voice commands (see page 139). 2011 Pilot You can select most landmark icons with the Interface Dial to display the icon’s information. See the table on the following page for exceptions.

  • Page 59

    No icon No icon for the “Display,” “Hide,” and “Find” commands. 2011 Pilot Driving to Your Destination Icon can be selected as POI can be found on a destination on the the map screen using map screen with the...

  • Page 60: Showing Icons On The Map

    SETUP. Exit Screen Press the CANCEL button to return to the map screen. 2011 Pilot Icon Options Selecting ICON OPTIONS from the Icon bar displays the following screen: This feature allows you to “fine tune” some of the icons on the Icon bar. The three icon choices –...

  • Page 61

    Dial to select it so it appears as below. Exit, and save your settings by moving the Interface Dial to the right (DONE). 2011 Pilot Driving to Your Destination NOTE: • When viewing the map screen, you can turn some icons on using voice control.

  • Page 62: Going Off The Route

    (breadcrumbs) to show the path you have taken if Off-road Tracking on the SETUP screen (Other) is set to ON (see page 95). 2011 Pilot By following the dots, you can backtrack to the mapped road you originally left. “Breadcrumbs” may occasionally be...

  • Page 63: Viewing/saving The Current Location

    You can save the location to select as a destination at a later date. 2011 Pilot Driving to Your Destination To save the location, say “Save current location” or select Save on the Current location screen.

  • Page 64: Pop-ups And Disclaimers

    Routing on page 86). • Your route includes unverified areas (see Unverified Area Routing on page 86). 2011 Pilot • You are about to enter an unverified area (see Unverified Area Routing on page 86). • You actually entered an unverified area (see Unverified Area Routing on page 86).

  • Page 65: Changing The Route

    Pressing the MENU button displays the MENU screen (Route): NOTE: The “Route” tab can be selected only when you are en route. 2011 Pilot Driving to Your Destination Cancel Route Cancels the current route (and any waypoints) and returns you to the map screen.

  • Page 66: Search Waypoint

    Navigation System When you enter waypoints, they appear on the map screen as small red flags numbered 1-5. 2011 Pilot Adding Waypoint From the MENU screen (Route), if you say or select Search Waypoint, then the Select a search method screen is displayed.

  • Page 67: Delete Waypoint

    The route is recalculated to reflect the changes you made to the waypoint(s). Back to Route Returns you to the original map screen. 2011 Pilot Driving to Your Destination Avoid Street From the MENU screen (Route), if you say or select Avoid Street, the system displays a list of streets that will get you to your destination.

  • Page 68: Changing Your Destination

    Reposition the crosshairs with the Interface Dial, then push in on the Interface Dial again to see the new address. 2011 Pilot When the Select a place screen is displayed, select an item from the list, and the Calculate route to screen is displayed.

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

    Tip: You can also press the MENU button twice to display the MENU screen (Enter destination by). 2011 Pilot Driving to Your Destination Continue Trip Screen If you restart the vehicle without having completed your prior trip, you will see the following screen: •...

  • Page 70: Information Features

    • For questions about the HFL Cellular Phonebook, call HandsFreeLink customer support at 1-888-528-7876, In Canada, call 1-888-9-HONDA-9. 2011 Pilot Calendar The Calendar option allows you to enter events and be reminded of them in the future. When you say or select...

  • Page 71: Entering Your Schedule

    Select a new day and the display returns to the Edit schedule screen with a new date. 2011 Pilot Information Features Edit Title Say or select Edit Title, then enter the name of your title using the Interface Dial.

  • Page 72: Calculator

    Unit Conversion Values entered on the calculator can be converted from one unit to another (e.g., inches to millimeters). 2011 Pilot Unit Conversion To perform a conversion: 1. Enter a numeric value to be converted (for example, 100).

  • Page 73: Voice Command Help

    NOTE: You can select an item by saying either the line number or the item name. 2011 Pilot Information Features There is a tutorial available for the voice command help. Say or select Getting started, and the display changes to:...

  • Page 74: Map Legend

    Say or select the desired item or item number to view each section of the map legend. 2011 Pilot Key to Zagat Ratings When you display data for a Zagat- surveyed restaurant on the Select a...

  • Page 75

    Sunday open on Monday closed on Monday open for lunch lunch not served serving after 11 PM no credit card accepted Use the Interface Dial to scroll through the Key to Zagat Ratings screens. 2011 Pilot Information Features Navigation System...

  • Page 76: System Setup

    Tip: If you are having trouble viewing the screen in bright lighting conditions, try increasing the brightness. 2011 Pilot Contrast The screen contrast has 11 settings. To adjust the contrast, use the voice control system and say “Contrast up” or “Contrast down.”...

  • Page 77: Volume

    NORMAL, so you can adequately prepare for the next maneuver. If you wish to change the number of guidance prompts, select your preferred setting, as shown in the following table. 2011 Pilot System Setup Setting Distance before maneuver About About...

  • Page 78: Setup Screen (other)

    User 2 can only have 50. You can add, modify, and delete information in the personal Address Book list. 2011 Pilot You may choose to use a Personal Identification Number (PIN) to protect your privacy. However, PINs are optional, and if you decide to use one, record it in case you forget the number (see page 82).

  • Page 79

    Address Book list appears: Select New Address by pushing the Interface Dial when beginning to build your Address Book list. 2011 Pilot System Setup Edit Name You may use the “Name” field to give the entry a name or title that you will recognize later, such as “Doctor Smith”...

  • Page 80

    Places, the phone number corresponding to the address also appears in the “Phone Number” field. 2011 Pilot Edit Phone Number You can enter the telephone number of the address. If the address was chosen with Places, and it has a telephone number, that number is entered automatically.

  • Page 81

    If you want to enter another address, select New Address in the list, then repeat the procedures above. If not, press the CANCEL button. 2011 Pilot System Setup Edit/Delete an Address This feature allows you to select an address to edit or delete. Once an...

  • Page 82: Home Address

    PIN, the dealer will have to reset it for you. When you select PIN Number, the display changes to: 2011 Pilot Address Book PIN If you choose to enter a PIN for the personal Address Book, you will have to...

  • Page 83: Previous Destinations

    PIN, you will have to enter it whenever you say “Go Home” at the map screen or select Go Home on the MENU screen (Enter destination by). 2011 Pilot System Setup Previous Destinations Allows you to delete some or all of your previous destinations.

  • Page 84: Basic Settings

    Navigation System Basic Settings From the SETUP screen (Other), say or select Basic Settings and the following screen appears: 2011 Pilot Units (mile or km) Allows you to select the units for the entire system (mile or km). Voice Recognition Feedback Allows you to turn voice control system prompts ON or OFF.

  • 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). 2011 Pilot System Setup Navigation System...

  • Page 86: Unverified Area Routing

    Voice guidance commands end with the words “if possible.” This is to remind the driver to verify all traffic restrictions before making a maneuver. A direction list is provided showing street names and turn symbols in pink. 2011 Pilot...

  • Page 87

    Because both routes bypass or use unverified streets, an initial Disclaimer screen is provided. It is recommended that you stop and review the map. Unverified Area Routing “OFF” 2011 Pilot System Setup Unverified Area Routing “ON” NOTE: Unverified roads are shown only when...

  • 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. Navigation System 2011 Pilot...

  • Page 89

    For the pop-up menu displayed when pushing in on the Interface Dial from the map screen, Voice and Directions are grayed out. With Unverified Area Routing “OFF,” no Direction List is provided. 2011 Pilot System Setup Unverified Area Routing “ON” Navigation System...

  • Page 90: Edit Avoid Area

    Interface Dial to enter the name on the Enter avoid area name screen (19 characters max). Say or select DONE to return to the previous screen. 2011 Pilot Say or select Edit Area to create the area to be avoided. The following screen appears: Either select Address or Map Input on the Enter avoid area by screen.

  • Page 91

    Interface Dial to set the end point of the avoided area. To “redraw” the area, select CANCEL and repeat the area selection process. 2011 Pilot System Setup Say or select DONE to return to the Edit avoid area screen.

  • Page 92: Edit Waypoint Search Area

    Edit Waypoint Search Area, and then choose the desired search distance for either “On Freeways” or “On Surface Street.” 2011 Pilot The diagram below shows how the system handles the search for “Places Along the Route” or “Places Around the Destination”...

  • Page 93: Guidance Mode

    NOTE: The Guidance Mode can also be selected on the Icon Selection screen. See Showing Icons on the Map on page 60. 2011 Pilot System Setup Clock Adjustment From the SETUP screen (Other), say or select Clock Adjustment and the...

  • Page 94: Auto Daylight

    NOTE: The automatic clock setting feature relies on a satellite signal. It will not work in Hawaii and Alaska. 2011 Pilot Auto Time Zone Sets automatic time zone selection by GPS to ON or OFF. If you are driving across the country and passing through...

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

    “Auto Daylight,” “Auto Time Zone,” or “DST Selection” settings. Depending on your location, you may need to adjust these settings. 2011 Pilot System Setup Vehicle From the SETUP screen (Other), say or select Vehicle and the following...

  • Page 96: Correct Vehicle Position

    If you choose to do this, follow these steps: 1. Stop the vehicle. 2011 Pilot 2. Select Correct Vehicle Position, and the system will display a map adjustment screen. 3. Use the Interface Dial to move the...

  • Page 97: Color

    Color From the SETUP screen (Other), say or select Color and the following screen appears: 2011 Pilot System Setup Map Color Allows you to choose the map color from one of four colors for the Day and Night modes.

  • Page 98: Menu Color

    See item #1 on page 99. See the chart on page for an explanation of other day/night display mode adjustments and how they interact with each other. Day Mode Night Mode (Example of Day/Night Mode) 2011 Pilot...

  • Page 99: Switching Display Mode Automatically

    “cancel” this function. The user can select the color of the screen that will be displayed for the Day and Night display modes described above. 2011 Pilot System Setup But remember Once you press this button, you assume full manual control of the display mode until the ignition key is cycled again.

  • Page 100

    Loose articles in the center dash can block or interfere with the operation of the sunlight sensor. See your Owner’s Manual for additional information regarding the dash brightness adjustment. 100 Navigation System is selected, the other display mode controls are overridden until the 2011 Pilot...

  • Page 101: System Information

    Since the rearview camera display area is limited, you should always back up slowly and carefully, and look behind you for obstacles. 2011 Pilot System Setup NOTE: • The rearview camera has a special lens that makes distances appear closer than they actually are.

  • Page 102: System Initialization

    If you lose the cards, you must obtain the security codes from your dealer. 2011 Pilot Enter the four-digit security code. If you have entered it correctly, the display changes to the Disclaimer screen. If you make a mistake, the system will display “INCORRECT PIN.”...

  • Page 103: Gps Initialization

    NOTE: The average acquiring time is less than 10 minutes, but it can take as long as 45 minutes. 2011 Pilot System Initialization Map Matching This part of the initialization matches the GPS coordinates found above with a road on the map screen. To perform this...

  • Page 104: System Limitations

    • Radar detectors mounted on the dashboard • Remote starters, or “hidden” vehicle tracking systems mounted near the navigation unit 2011 Pilot • Other aftermarket audio electronic devices mounted near the navigation unit • Trees, tall buildings, freeway overpasses, tunnels, or overhead...

  • 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. Navigation System 105 2011 Pilot...

  • Page 106: Database Limitations

    There is no free program to retrofit early production vehicles with the latest disc. For DVD ordering information, see page 109. 2011 Pilot In addition, this database does not include, analyze, process, consider, or reflect any of the following categories of information: •...

  • Page 107

    Inc., Omaha, Nebraska, Copyright © 2008, All Rights Reserved. • EXIT-Data: © ZENRIN CO., LTD. 2008. All Rights Reserved. • ZAGAT SURVEY: Copyright © [2008] Zagat Survey, LLC. All rights reserved. 2011 Pilot Database Limitations Navigation System 107...

  • Page 108: Customer Assistance

    GPS-related errors, see Frequently Asked Questions on page 128, System Limitations on page 104, or Troubleshooting on page 135. 2011 Pilot Honda Automobile Customer Service Telephone: (800) 999-1009 Fax: (310) 783-3273 Mail: Honda Navi America Honda Motor Co., Inc.

  • Page 109: Visiting Your Dealer

    This information is very useful to the service advisor. Be patient, the service advisor may be unfamiliar with your specific issue. 2011 Pilot Customer Assistance Obtaining a Navigation Update DVD Honda is continually expanding the scope of the navigation system.

  • Page 110: Changing The Dvd

    Slide the DVD into the slot. The DVD is automatically pulled into the control unit. Make sure you close the door. 2011 Pilot NOTE: • The system will not play movies or other video/audio discs. • Never “sneak preview” a newer white labeled DVD in the system unless you plan to keep it.

  • Page 111: Coverage Areas

    Sedona Tucson Yuma Arkansas Fayetteville Fort Smith Hot Springs Little Rock Pine Bluff 2011 Pilot Coverage Areas California Central Valley - including Fresno, Merced, Modesto, and Stockton Humboldt Los Angeles/San Diego Metro Mammoth Lakes Sacramento Metro San Francisco Bay (approximately Monterey to Sonoma) –...

  • Page 112

    – including Lake County, IN, and Dekalb County, IL East St. Louis Metro Galesburg Moline Peoria Quincy Rock Island Rockford Springfield Urbana-Danville 2011 Pilot Indiana Bloomington Evansville Fort Wayne Gary/Hammond Metro Indianapolis Metro Kokomo Metro Lafayette Muncie Northwest Indiana South Bend/Elkhart/Goshen...

  • Page 113

    Minneapolis/St. Paul Metro – including cities in Anoka Scott and Carver Counties Moorhead Rochester Mississippi Biloxi/Gulfport Jackson Memphis Tupelo 2011 Pilot Coverage Areas Missouri Branson Columbia Jefferson City Joplin Kansas City (KS-MO) Metro – including Platte County Lake of the Ozarks Springfield St.

  • Page 114

    Cincinnati Metro – including Butler County Cleveland Metro – including Geauga County Dayton Lima Mansfield Springfield Toledo (Lucas County) Youngstown Oklahoma Oklahoma City Tulsa 2011 Pilot Oregon Bend Corvalis Eugene Medford Portland/Salem Metro Seaside/Astoria/Cannon Beach Pennsylvania Allentown Erie Gettysburg Harrisburg...

  • Page 115

    Park City Salt Lake City Metro St. George Vermont Rutland State of (partial) - including Burlington, Montpelier 2011 Pilot Coverage Areas Virginia Washington D.C. detailed area – including Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax, Falls Church, Fauquier County, Fredericksburg City, Manassas, and additional cities in...

  • Page 116: Canada Detailed Coverage Areas

    Calgary Calmar Canmore Chestermere Cochrane Crossfield Devon Edmonton Fort Saskatchewan Leduc Lethbridge Medicine Hat Spruce Grove St. Albert 2011 Pilot Stony Plain Strathcona County BRITISH COLUMBIA Greater Vancouver Anmore Belcarra Bowen Island Burnaby Coquitlam Delta Langley Langley Twp Lions Bay...

  • Page 117

    Halifax (partial) ONTARIO Brant Brant Brantford Chatham-Kent Chatham-Kent Dufferin Amaranth East Garafraxa East Luther Grand Valley Melancthon Mono Mulmur Orangeville Shelburne 2011 Pilot Coverage Areas Durham Ajax Brock Clarington Oshawa Pickering Scugog Uxbridge Whitby Elgin Aylmer Bayham Central Elgin Dutton/Dunwich...

  • Page 118

    Augusta Brockville Edwardsburgh/Cardinal Elizabethtown-Kitley Front of Yonge Gananoque Leeds and the Thousand Islands Merrickville-Wolford North Grenville Prescott Rideau Lakes Westport 2011 Pilot Muskoka Bracebridge Georgian Bay Gravenhurst Huntsville Lake of Bays Muskoka Lakes Middlesex Adelaide Metcalfe London Lucan Biddulph Middlesex Centre...

  • Page 119

    Simcoe Adjala-Tosorontio Barrie Bradford West Gwillimbury Clearview Collingwood Essa Innisfil Midland New Tecumseth Orillia Oro-Medonte Penetanguishene 2011 Pilot Coverage Areas Ramara Severn Springwater Tiny Wasaga Beach Stormont, Dundas, and Glengarry Cornwall North Dundas North Glengarry North Stormont South Dundas South Glengarry...

  • Page 120

    Bruce Chatham-Kent Dufferin Elgin Essex Frontenac Gray Haldimand-Norfolk Haliburton Hastings Huron Kawartha Lakes Lambton Lanark 2011 Pilot Leeds and Granville Lennox and Addington Middlesex Muskoka Northumberland Oxford Perth Peterborough Prescott and Russell Prince Edward Simcoe Stormont, Dundas, and Glengarry Waterloo...

  • Page 121

    Mont-St-Hilaire Otterburn Park St-Antoine-sur-Richelieu St-Basile-le-Grand St-Charles-sur-Richelieu St-Denis-sur-Richelieu St-Jean-Baptiste St-Marc-sur-Richelieu St-Mathieu-de-Beloeil LaJemmerais Calixa-Lavallée Contrecoeur St-Amable Ste-Julie Varennes Verchères Laval Laval 2011 Pilot Coverage Areas Le-Haut-Richelieu Henryville Lacolle é Mont-St-Gr goire Noyan St-Alexandre St-Blaise-sur-Richelieu St-Georges-de-Clarenceville St-Jean-sur-Richelieu Î St-Paul-de-L’ le-aux-Noix é St-S bastien...

  • Page 122

    Wentworth-Nord Longueuil Boucherville Brossard Longueuil St-Bruno-de-Montarville St-Lambert Mirabel Mirabel Montcalm St-Alexis St-Alexis Paroisse St-Calixte Ste-Julienne é Ste-Marie-Salom St-Esprit 2011 Pilot St-Jacques St-Liguori St-Lin -- Laurentides St-Roche-de-l’Achigan St-Roch-Ouest Montreal Baie-D’Urfé Beaconsfield Côte-St-Luc Dollard-des-Ormeaux Dorval Hampstead Kirkland L’Ïle -Dorval Montréal Montréal-Est Montréal-Ouest...

  • Page 123

    Boischatel Château-Richer L’Ange-Gardien St-Ferréol-les-Neiges St-Joachim St-Louis-de-Gonzague-du-Cap- Tourmente Ste-Anne-de-Beaupré La Jacques-Cartier Fossambault-sur-le-Lac Lac-Beauport Lac-Delage Lac-St-Joseph Ste-Brigitte-de-Laval Ste-Catherine-de-la-Jacques-Cartier Shannon 2011 Pilot Coverage Areas L’Île-d’Orléans St-François- L’Île-d’Orléans St-Jean St-Laurent-de- L’Île-d’Orléans St-Pierre-de- L’Île-d’Orléans Ste-Famille Ste-Pétronille Lévis Lévis Québec L’Ancienne-Lorette Notre-Dame-des-Anges Québec St-Augustin-de-Desmaures Navigation System 123...

  • Page 124

    Hwy-2 (in Fort Macleod) to Hwy-1/ Trans Canada Hwy (in Calgary) Roads in the province of Saskatchewan Hwy-1/Trans Canada Hwy across whole province 2011 Pilot Roads in the province of Manitoba Hwy-1/Trans Canada Hwy across whole province Hwy-100/Trans Canada Hwy in...

  • Page 125: Operation In Alaska And Hawaii

    (see page 87) • When zooming in and out, there is no 350-mile scale for Hawaii 2011 Pilot Coverage Areas Other Map Issues • See the coverage section for a list of islands with coverage (see page 111) •...

  • Page 126: Information Screen Differences

    Zone, and DST Selection will not be shown on the Clock adjustment screen. To test your adjustment, use the voice control system, and say “What time is it?” (see page 93). 2011 Pilot Information Screen Differences ® ® Bluetooth HandsFreeLink...

  • Page 127: Shipping A Vehicle To Or From Hawaii

    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. 2011 Pilot Coverage Areas Navigation System 127...

  • Page 128: Frequently Asked Questions

    The basic guidance phrase uses a studio-recorded voice, but the street name is pronounced by the system using a machine-generated voice. Consequently, the name may be mispronounced or sound strange at times. 2011 Pilot...

  • Page 129

    PIN for you. Your phone is not paired to the HFL, or if your phone is paired, it is in use or does not have good coverage; press the HFL BACK button. 2011 Pilot Frequently Asked Questions Solution...

  • Page 130

    No. When at an intersection, the system is unaware of the width of the intersecting road. Large differences in vehicle position can indicate a temporary loss of the GPS signal. See GPS Reception Issues on page 104. 2011 Pilot...

  • Page 131

    If the GPS antenna cannot receive at least four satellites, the elevation is not displayed. Try moving the vehicle into an open area. If the elevation is zero, or below sea level, the elevation is also not displayed. 2011 Pilot for an Navigation System 131...

  • Page 132

    Map discs for other vehicle manufacturers or PC map programs will not work. 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. 2011 Pilot...

  • Page 133

    The time zone borders are only approximated in the system. Depending on the geography of the time zone boundary, the switch to a different zone can be erratic. See page 94. You can turn off this feature. See page 94. 2011 Pilot Navigation System 133...

  • Page 134

    There should be a card in the glove box with the anti-theft code for the navigation/audio system. This card contains the 4-digit security code and serial number. If you cannot find it, your dealer can help you out. This is being considered as a future enhancement. 2011 Pilot for more...

  • Page 135: Troubleshooting

    The destination was not found in the database. Try another destination nearby, or select the destination with the Interface Dial.* The vehicle is located outside of the mapped area provided by your navigation DVD. See page for map coverage. 2011 Pilot Troubleshooting Navigation System 135...

  • Page 136: Glossary

    Disc. The navigation program and database resides on this disc. For information on how to order a replacement or update DVD, see page 109. 2011 Pilot FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions. See page for a list of customer FAQs and troubleshooting information.

  • Page 137

    PIN - Personal Identification Number. A random 4-digit number created by the customer to protect personal information. 2011 Pilot Glossary POI - Point of Interest. These are the businesses, schools, etc. found under the Places option on the MENU screen (Enter destination by).

  • Page 138

    VP change direction on the map as you turn. Zagat Ratings - Restaurant ratings information provided by Zagat Survey. See the Information screen on page for an explanation of the ratings. 2011 Pilot...

  • Page 139: Voice Command Index

    The commands are accessible at any time while driving and can be read to you so that you do not need to memorize all of them. 2011 Pilot Voice Command Index Navigation General Commands The system accepts these commands on a map/guidance screen.

  • Page 140: Navigation Display Commands

    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 2011 Pilot Display: (display the selected icon on the screen) gas station restaurant post office...

  • Page 141: Find Place Commands

    Italian restaurant Japanese restaurant Mexican restaurant seafood restaurant shopping (all shopping types) parking garage 2011 Pilot Voice Command Index parking lot other car dealers auto parts & electronics auto repair & maintenance car wash & detailing motorcycle dealers...

  • Page 142: Climate Control Commands

    2011 Pilot Climate Control Commands The system accepts these commands on most screens. Climate control automatic (controls temperature to your selection) Climate control on* Climate control off*...

  • Page 143: Temperature Voice Commands

    Passenger temperature # degrees (#: 57-87 degrees F) Passenger temperature up Passenger temperature down Passenger temperature max hot Passenger temperature max cold 2011 Pilot Voice Command Index Rear temperature # degrees (#: 57-87 degrees F) Rear temperature up Rear temperature down...

  • Page 144: Radio Voice Commands

    NOTE: Radio volume levels cannot be controlled using voice control. Use the buttons on your steering wheel. See your Owner’s Manual for more information. 2011 Pilot CD Voice Commands The system accepts these commands on most screens. CD play CD play disc # (#: 1-6)

  • Page 145: Dvd Voice Commands

    DVD title #1 chapter #2 (#1: 1-30, #2: 1-30) DVD play track # (#: 1-30) DVD skip forward DVD skip back 2011 Pilot Voice Command Index DVD track random (for playing CD only)* DVD track repeat (for playing CD only)*...

  • Page 146: Aux Voice Commands

    Rear radio FM preset # (#: 1-6) Rear radio FM1 preset # (#: 1-6) Rear radio FM2 preset # (#: 1-6) Rear radio AM preset # (#: 1-6) 2011 Pilot Rear radio auto select* Rear radio scan* Rear radio select XM1...

  • Page 147: Rear Cd Voice Commands

    * Repeating these commands switches (toggles) the function between On and Off, so the action that occurs may not match the command you speak. 2011 Pilot Voice Command Index Rear DVD Voice Commands The system accepts these commands on most screens.

  • Page 148: Rear Aux Voice Commands

    • When selecting “Rear AUX Play,” only folders that contain audio tracks are displayed. • For more information on USB features, see your Owner’s Manual. 2011 Pilot Information Screen Voice Commands These are additional commands not found on the Voice Command Help screen available when viewing the Information screen.

  • Page 149: Setup Screen (main Setup) Commands

    Interface dial feedback auto Interface dial feedback on Guidance prompts minimum/min. Guidance prompts normal Guidance prompts maximum/max. 2011 Pilot Voice Command Index On-Screen Commands The system accepts these commands on any screen. There are over 100 on- screen commands. Just say what is written on the screen (this excludes listed items).

  • Page 150: On-screen Spelling Assist

    • To select the symbol “- (hyphen),” say “Hyphen” or “Symbol Hyphen,” or select the “-” by using the Interface Dial. • When selecting letters using the voice control system, a confirmation box may pop up to confirm the letter. 2011 Pilot...

  • Page 151

    Alpha/Apple Bravo/Boy Charlie Delta/Dog Echo/Edward Foxtrot/Frank Golf/George Or say “...” Hotel/Henry India/Igloo Juliet/John Kilo/King Lima/Larry Mike/Mary November/Nancy 2011 Pilot Voice Command Index Or say “...” Or say “...” Oscar Victor Papa/Paul Whiskey/William Quebec/Queen X-ray Romeo/Robert Yankee/Yellow Sierra/Sam Zulu/Zebra Tango/Tom Enter...

  • Page 152

    Symbols Say “...” or “Symbol ...” î I circumflex ï I umlaut Ô O circumflex Ù U grave Û U circumflex Ü U umlaut At sign Caret Asterisk 2011 Pilot Underscore Back quote Comma Question mark Colon Semicolon Plus Enter...

  • Page 153

    Symbols Say “...” or “Symbol ...” Hyphen Exclamation point Double quote ” Pound Dollar Percent Ampersand & ’ Apostrophe Open parenthesis Close parenthesis 2011 Pilot Voice Command Index Tilde Slash Less than < Greater than > Open brace Close brace Enter Navigation System 153...

  • Page 154: Index

    Changing the DVD Changing the Route Changing Your Destination ... 23, 35, City City Vicinity Climate Control Commands Clock Adjustment Color Community 2011 Pilot Continental USA Contrast Convert (Unit) Correct Vehicle Position Coverage Areas ... 20, Current Location ... 40, Current Position...

  • Page 155

    Information Screen Information Screen Voice Commands Interface Dial Interface Dial Feedback Interface Dial knob ... 22, Intersection Key to Zagat Ratings 2011 Pilot Landmark Icons Leisure Lodging (Hotel/Motel) Lower Display Map Color Map Coverage ... 22, Map Input ... 19, 50,...

  • Page 156

    Security Code ... 23, Selecting the City ... 23, Selecting the State ... 25, Selecting the Street SETUP button 2011 Pilot SETUP Screen (Main Setup) Commands Shopping Show Icon on Map Sort by Distance to Travel Split-Screen Guidance ... 23, 35, State ...

  • Page 157

    ...48 View Routes ...109 Visiting Your Dealer ...73 Voice Command Help ...139 Voice Command Index ...13 Voice Control Basics ...84 Voice Recognition Feedback ...14 Voice Recognition, Improving ...77 Volume ...92 Waypoints ...31, Zagat 2009 2011 Pilot Index Navigation System 157...

  • Page 158

    AGAINST INFRINGEMENT. IF YOU HAVE RECEIVED ANY WARRANTIES REGARDING THE DEVICE OR THE SOFTWARE, THOSE WARRANTIES DO 2011 Pilot NOT ORIGINATE FROM, AND ARE NOT BINDING ON, MS. No Liability for Certain Damages. EXCEPT AS PROHIBITED BY LAW, MS SHALL...

  • Page 159

    For additional information on exporting the SOFTWARE, see http:// www.microsoft.com/exporting/. 2011 Pilot As required by the FCC: This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device...

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