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2012 Honda Fit Technology Reference Guide
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    2012 Honda Fit Technology Reference Guide 0 0 X 3 1 - T K 6 - Q 3 0 0 ©2011 American Honda Motor Co., Inc. — All Rights Reserved P r i n t e d i n J a p a n...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    T E C H N O L O G Y R E F E R E N C E G U I D E INSTRUMENT PANEL p. The Technology Reference Guide is designed to help you get acquainted with your new Honda and provide basic VOICE RECOGNITION p. instructions on some of its technology and convenience features.

  • Page 3: Auto Door Locks

    AUTO DOOR LOCKS Program how and when the vehicle doors automatically lock and unlock. Default Lock/Unlock Setting Programming the Auto Door Unlock Setting To program all doors to unlock when you shift to Park: 1. Close the driver’s door. Shift into 3.

  • Page 4: Instrument Panel Indicators

    INSTRUMENT PANEL INDICATORS Briefly appear with each engine start. Red and amber indicators are most critical. Blue and green indicators are used for general information. Automatic transmission model shown Malfunction Indicators Low tire pressure: Maintenance Minder If an indicator remains on, there may be a problem; see your dealer Add air Make dealer appointment Charging system...

  • Page 5: Information Display

    INFORMATION DISPLAY TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM (TPMS) Consists of several displays that provide you with useful information. Monitors the vehicle’s tire pressures. Accessing the Information Display How It Works Each tire valve stem contains a TPMS sensor. When the tire pressure drops significantly below recommended levels, the low tire pressure indicator comes on.

  • Page 6: Voice Recognition

    VOICE RECOGNITION ( if equipped To keep your eyes on the road and hands on the wheel, use voice commands for hands-free calling, navigation, and audio. For a full list of commands, say “Information” and “Voice Info.” Key Functions by Voice Command Control three different systems with the steering wheel buttons and the ceiling microphone.

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    Commonly Used Voice Commands Here are some examples of commonly used voice commands.Try some of these to familiarize yourself with the voice command system. Press and release the Talk button before you give a command. Press and release the Talk button before you give a command. Locate Points of Interest Make Audio Selections Say a command like “Display...

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    P h o n e C o m m a n d s (Accepted on Map screen) (Accepted on Phone screen) • Find nearest: • Dial - ATM - Honda dealer • Speed Dial 1 (or 2) - gas station - airport • Redial - Mexican - hospital •...

  • Page 9: Navigation

    NAVIGATION ( if equipped Real-time navigation system uses GPS and a map database to show your current location and help guide you to a desired destination. Entering a Destination Using Voice Commands Using the Find Nearest Command Set a destination using a street address. For other destination options, see the Find a nearby point of interest, such as a gas station, movie theater, restaurant, etc.

  • Page 10: Bluetooth Handsfreelink

    Place and receive phone calls through your vehicle’s audio system. Visit handsfreelink.honda.com to check if your phone is compatible. Press and release the Talk button before you give a command. To prevent driver distraction, certain manual and touch screen functions 1.

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    Dialing a Number Using the Phonebook Enter a 10-digit phone number to call. When your phone is paired, its entire phonebook is automatically imported to the system. Press and release the Talk button before you give a command. Press and release the Talk button before you give a command. 1.

  • Page 12: Bluetooth Audio

    Play stored or streaming audio from your compatible phone through your vehicle’s audio Play audio files from your compatible iPod or USB flash drive through your vehicle’s system. Visit handsfreelink.honda.com to check if this feature is available on your phone. audio system.

  • Page 13: Owner Link

    Register collisions, but they do not provide protection in all collisions. at owners.honda.com to ensure that you continue to enjoy the experience of owning a Honda. Always make sure you and your passengers wear seat belts, and that young children are properly secured in a child seat or booster in the rear seat.

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