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Voice Control
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Selecting an Item (Button) on the
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Legend.......................18
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Finding the Place by Phone
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Number .........................................
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Showing the Map of Current
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Showing the Map of City..................
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Showing the Map of Continental
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Input.................................36
Destinations...............39
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Table of Contents
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Driving to Your Destination
Calculate Route to
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Viewing the Routes...........................
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Guidance Prompts ...........................
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Exit Info
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Split Screen
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Destination
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  • Page 1

    Map Scale ........52 Zoom In/Out........By Previous Destinations....39 Map Scrolling ........Orientation......53 By Today’s Destinations ....39 Displaying Current Location ..19 Destination Icon......54 Editing Today’s Destination List ..System Function Diagram .....20 Adding Destinations to the List..2008 Pilot Navigation System 31S9V810...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    System Initialization ......96 Rerouting ......... Information Features ....66 Entering the Security Code....96 Unverified Area Routing....Initialization......97 Information Screen ......66 Edit Avoid Area........ Edit Waypoint Search Area ..... Matching........97 Setup ..........66 Guidance Mode........ Voice Command Help ....66 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Database Limitations ....100 Find Place Commands ....127 Customer Assistance ....102 Climate Control Commands ..128 Reporting Errors ......102 Temperature Voice Honda Automobile Customer Commands........129 Service ........102 Radio Voice Commands....129 Visiting Your Dealer ....103 CD Voice Commands....130 Obtaining a Navigation Update Information Screen Voice .........103...

  • Page 4: Introduction, Manual Overview, System Overview

    Address Book. The back of this manual contains: • Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) • Troubleshooting Guide • Glossary of Terms • Voice Command List 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 5: Accessories Precautions, Important Safety Information

    GPS antenna under the to the side of the road if you need more dashboard. Signal noise emanating from time to look at the screen or operate the these devices can cause intermittent controls. disruption of the navigation system. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 6: Map Overview, Current Street, Verified/unverified Street

    “Verified” Road roadway, signs and signals, etc. If you are unsure, proceed with caution. Always use your own good judgment, and obey traffic laws while driving. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 7

    “to go” is based on a fixed average speed of 25 mph “to go” and distance for the roads used for your route. for these roads. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 8: User Agreement

    • The Licensors do not guarantee to the Navigation System” (the “DVD”), duplicated, or otherwise modified, in customer that the functions included which includes HONDA MOTOR CO., whole or in part, without the express in the DVD meet the specific LTD. software, ALPINE written permission of the Licensors.

  • Page 9: 2008 Pilot

    7013, as applicable. Manufacturers are display are for your information and alleging loss, costs, expense, damages the Licensors, including HONDA convenience, and in no way implies or injuries (including injuries resulting MOTOR CO., LTD., 2-1-1 Minami...

  • Page 10: Getting Started, System Controls

    See page or 48. Joystick/ENT button CANCEL button Cancels the current screen and returns to ZOOM IN /OUT buttons the previous screen display. NOTE: the NAVI BACK button performs the same basic function. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 11

    (LCDs). Harsher chemicals may while a map screen is displayed. damage the screen. ZOOM IN reduces the scale (showing less area with greater detail). ZOOM OUT increases the scale (showing more area with less detail). See page 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 12: Voice Control Basics

    See Voice Command Index on page a list of voice commands. NAVI BACK NAVI TALK button button NOTE: While using the voice control system, all of the speakers are muted. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 13: Using The Voice Control System, Improving Voice Recognition

    See the prompts as required. adjust the vents. the Voice Recognition Feedback setting in Setup. • Lower the A/C fan speed during voice recognition operation. • Close the windows and the sunroof. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 14: Selecting An Item (button) On The Screen, Selecting An Item In A List

    If items are grayed out (very dark colored), this means that they cannot be • Touch the item on the screen. selected. • Use the joystick to move the highlighting to the item, then push in on the joystick. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 15: Using The On-screen Keyboard

    For example: • To select the letter “A”: Say, “A”; “Alpha”; or “Apple.” • To select the letter “M”: Say, “M”; “Mike”; or “Mary.” 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 16: System Start-up

    List. The system The OK button does not appear displays a list of names that most closely immediately. It appears after the matches your input. software is loaded. See Keyboard Layout in the Setup screen (second). 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 17

    OK. you start the vehicle. NOTE: The system will display the current message and any older or previously unread messages, with the newest message listed first. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 18: Map Screen Legend

    (Use voice command “Display the current location.” or touch the icon to show NOTE: current location.) If you move the joystick over an area (map features shown above), the name is displayed on the screen. NOTE: See Map Legend on the Information screen for further explanation. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 19: Map Screen Description, Zoom In/out, Map Scrolling, Displaying Current Location

    GPS information. The system elevation destination. Press the MENU button to may not agree with elevations shown on return to the Enter destination by roadside elevation signs, and may screen. fluctuate plus or minus 100 feet or more. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 20: 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). 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 21: Entering A Destination

    NOTE: NOTE: not the exact address. If you have no home address entered, If Previous Destinations is grayed the system prompts you for one. out, there is no Previous Destination entered. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 22: By Address, Selecting The State Or Province, Selecting The City

    For want is displayed on the screen, say your convenience, you do not have to “Select current city.” If your desired enter both city and street. destination is in another city, say or enter that city. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 23

    You should select a letter by saying the number. Alternatively, to improve voice recognition, you can say “Echo” or “Edward” instead of “E.” See page for a list of available words for each letter. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 24: Selecting The Street

    Spell Mode on the Say street name road in an unverified area, you may or screen, and the display will change to may not have routing in these areas. See the Enter street name screen. Map Overview on page 6. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 25

    Alternatively, to improve voice automatically determine that for you, recognition, you can say “Echo” or based on your entered city and street “Edward” instead of “E.” number. See page for a list of available words for each letter. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 26: Entering The Street Number, By Intersection

    Select the desired city from the list. The system then displays the Calculate route to screen. See Driving to Your Destination on page 43. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 27: Selecting The State Or Province, Selecting The City

    Change State. The display then changes to the Enter state name screen. Use the voice control system and say the name of the state or use the on-screen keyboard to enter the name of the state. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 28

    See Alternatively, to improve voice Map Overview on page 6. recognition, you can say “Echo” or “Edward” instead of “E.” See page for a list of available words for each letter. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 29

    Alternatively, to improve voice screen, and the display will change to recognition, you can say “Echo” or the Enter street name screen. “Edward” instead of “E.” See page for a list of available words for each letter. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 30

    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. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 31: By Places, Finding The Place By Category

    Index on page 125. partial name. • If you know the phone number of the coffee shop, select Phone Number, then enter the 10-digit number with area code. This is the quickest way to find it. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 32

    The subcategories are: Acura Dealers, This category is broken down into types line number 1-3). Alternatively, use the Honda Dealers, Gas Stations, etc. of food, giving you a selection by each joystick or touch screen to select the “Z” type: All Types, American, French, Banking icon.

  • Page 33

    If the Agency, Resort, Rest Area, Tourist system does not find an exact match, Information, Train Station, etc. select List when you finish entering the keyword. The system starts searching for places that match the entered keyword. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 34: City Vicinity

    Select page 43). the number (1-4) of the desired destination from the list. Once you select a place, the system then displays the Calculate route to screen (see Driving to Your Destination on page 43). 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 35: Finding The Place By Name, Finding The Place By Phone Number

    Food, Decor, Service - When you select Food, Decor, or Service, the restaurant will be listed by rating value. Cost - When you select Cost, the restaurant will be listed by the average cost of a meal (including drink and tip). 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 36: By Map Input, Showing The Map Of Current Position

    If desired, use the ZOOM buttons to change the map scale. Then push in on the joystick to select an area. The address of the road segment will appear at the top of the screen. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 37: Showing The Map Of City, Showing The Map Of State

    If desired, use the ZOOM buttons to change the map scale. When you have the cross hairs in the desired area, push in on the joystick. The map scale changes to a closer view. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 38: Showing The Map Of Continental Usa

    If screen (see Driving to Your Destination desired, use the ZOOM buttons to on page 43). change the map scale. The address of the location you have selected will appear at the top of the screen. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 39: By Previous Destinations, By Today's Destinations

    See entered. Edit Avoid Area on page 86. • If Previous Destinations is • For information on the available grayed out, there is no Previous voice commands, see Voice Destination entered. Command Index on page 125. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 40: Editing Today's Destination List, Adding Destinations To The List, 2008 Pilot

    Today’s according to the order of the list. When Destination list, or Today’s Destination you reach the destination, it will be list is already full (five destinations have automatically removed from the list. been stored). 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 41: By Address Book

    If the PIN has not been entered, the desired destination. After you select it, system displays the list after you select the system then displays the Calculate User 1 or User 2. route to screen (see Driving to Your Destination on page 43). 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 42: Adding Addresses To The Personal Address Book, By Go Home

    The system then includes page 43). them in its calculations for the destination you have entered. See Edit Avoid Area on page 86. • For information on the available voice commands, see Voice Command Index on page 125. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 43: Driving To Your Destination, Calculate Route To Screen

    See Destination list, or Today’s Destination Edit Avoid Area on page 86. list is already full (five destinations have • For information on the available been stored). voice commands, see Voice Command Index on page 125. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 44: Changing The Routing Method

    Change Routing Method, and the the day. Roads” are also available. screen changes to: NOTE: If the trip is greater than 100 miles, then “Minimize Freeways” and “Minimize Toll Roads” may be grayed out. This is normal. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 45: Viewing The Routes

    You can change the method for calculating the route by using the voice control system and saying “Next” or “Previous” or by touching Next or Prev. The system will display another calculated route. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 46: Viewing The Destination Map, Map Screen, Route Line

    See Unverified Area Routing on page a detailed explanation of how to enable unverified routing, and the related cautions and disclaimers. NOTE: You can always view the entire route by simply saying, “Display entire route.” 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 47: Guidance Prompts

    Blue-pink unverified route line time. (unverified routing on) 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 48

    Freeway Exit Information Vehicle Position (see page 59) NOTE: (Use voice command, “Display current location,” or See Map Legend from the Information screen for further touch the icon to show the current location.) explanation (see page 69). 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 49: Guidance Screen, Guidance Screen Legend

    • Current maneuvers and those within Voice Button (announces next driving instruction) (see page 47) 1000 feet will show on the Countdown bar, indicating the Milestone to Destination (see page 49) distance until the next maneuver. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 50: Distance And Time To Destination, Direction List, Distance And Time To

    (“i” icon) on the right end of the items in the direction list. If no exit info icon is shown on the list, the Exit Info. is grayed out. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 51: Split Screen Guidance

    NOTE: To turn on “Freeway exit information” on the map screen, display the icon bar and select the “i” icon (see page 56). 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 52: Map Scale

    Waypoint “flag” icons page NOTE: • You can change between miles or kilometers in Setup (see Units on page 91). • For information on the available voice commands, see Voice Command Index on page 125. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 53: Map Orientation

    MAP/GUIDE, the “Heading Up” current vehicle location. CANCEL, or the NAVI BACK button on the steering wheel. NOTE: The red arrow in both heading symbols always shows the direction north. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 54: Destination Icon, Landmark Icons

    (POIs) is displayed. Tip: • For information on the available When on a route, you can view a map voice commands, see Voice showing your destination. Using voice Command Index on page 125. control, say “Display destination map.” 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 55

    Driving to Your Destination For some icons you can choose either 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 56: Showing Icons On The Map, Icon Options

    Touch the icons to select (goes blue) or remove them (symbol is gray). You can also display or hide the same icons by using the “Display” or “Hide” voice commands (see page 126) 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 57

    (blue). This procedure is explained below. If you select Other Icons from the Select category for icon settings screen, the other icons options are Exit, and save your settings by selecting displayed: Done. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 58: Going Off The Route, Off-road Tracking

    150 miles; dots at the beginning of the recalculation. Tracking on the Setup screen (second) trail will start disappearing when you is set to On (see page 89). exceed that distance. When you reach a mapped road, the system stops displaying dots. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 59: Viewing/saving The Current Location

    While sitting at a stoplight the same spot. you notice a curio shop on the corner, but do not have time to visit it right now. You can save the location to select as a destination at a later date. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 60: Pop-ups And Disclaimers

    “Avoid Area” (see Edit Avoid Area on page 86). • Your route includes unverified areas • You actually entered an unverified (see Unverified Area Routing on area (see Unverified Area Routing on page 82). page 82). 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 61: Changing The Route, Change Route By Screen, Waypoints

    “Today’s Destinations” is probably a • Detour (page 63). better choice (see By Today’s • Change routing method (page 63). Destinations on page 39). • Cancel the current route (page 64). • Back to the current route (page 64). 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 62

    When the system performs use to “tailor” your route. a search from Places Along the Route, it displays matches that lie within a corridor on either side and in front of you, along your route. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 63: Reroute: Avoid Streets, Reroute: Detour, Reroute: Change Routing Method

    See avoid, you cannot choose specific Changing the Routing Method on streets you want to use. page for details. The route is re-calculated to reflect the changes you made to the waypoint(s). 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 64: Changing Your Destination, Find Nearest (voice Command), Go Home (voice Command)

    If you have entered a “Go home” again. If not, reposition the cross hairs address, then the system will display a with the joystick, then push in on the confirmation screen. joystick again to see the new address. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 65: Entering A Destination From The Menu Screen (while On Route), Continue Trip Screen

    “Cancel” or “Back.” • If you wish to change the route method, say or select CHANGE METHOD. • For additional information on changing the routing method, see Changing the Routing Method on page 44. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 66: Information Features, Information Screen, Setup, Voice Command Help

    You can select an item by saying either did not select OK on the initial the line number or the item name. Disclaimer screen. See System Start-up on page 16. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 67: Calendar

    For a listing of all voice commands, see Press Stop to stop the reading. Voice Command Index on page 125. Dates with an icon indicate there is a schedule entry for that date. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 68: Entering Your Schedule

    To remove the schedule, say or out. Select a new day and the display select Delete. retuns to the Edit schedule screen with a new date. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 69: Map Legend, Calculator

    Disclaimer screen. legend. standard hand held calculator. • For more information, refer to System Start-up on page 16. Unit Conversion Values entered on the calculator can be converted from one unit to another (e.g., inches-to-millimeters). 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 70: Unit Conversion, Key To Zagat Ratings

    (including drink and tip). NOTE: • If you do not enter a value to be converted, only “Temperature” units are selectable. • Conversions using negative value may produce meaningless or physically impossible values. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 71

    Main Menu Information Features Use the joystick or touch the scroll bar to scroll through the Key to Zagat Ratings screens. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 72: System Set-up, Setup Screen (first), Brightness, Volume

    Voice Command Index on page 125. the bar. Tip: If you are having trouble viewing the screen in bright lighting conditions, try increasing the brightness. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 73: Display

    Day mode change with use headlights during the day, and want (switches to Day mode). the headlights on/off. to temporarily override Night mode. You control the setting. However, the screen in Day mode will be extremely bright at night. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 74: Contrast, Guidance Prompts, Setup Screen (second)

    Contrast, and Black Level. Adjust each following table. setting when the display is in either Setting Distance before maneuver daytime or nighttime mode. About About Just before mile mile maneuver Normal (factory default) Yes* Yes* *Uses street name in guidance phrase. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 75: Personal Information, Address Book

    User 1 and User 2. For example, if User 1 has 150 addresses, User 2 can only have 50. You can add, modify, and delete information in the personal Address Book list. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 76

    Touch Done when finished. Address from the Enter destination by screen (see page 22). NOTE: You can always re-enter, edit, or make changes to any entry. “Address” is the only required field. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 77

    Follow the on- Number” field. screen prompts to add, change or delete a category. If you delete a category that was used to categorize addresses, the category for those addresses becomes “UNFILED.” 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 78: Home Address

    Done. To leave the screen, press the CANCEL button. NOTE: If your Home address cannot be found in the system then, while located on the street close to your home, select “Current Position” when entering the “Edit Address” field. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 79: Pin Number

    PIN, touch the Do not use PIN display changes to: button. 3. Enter your four-digit PIN and select Done. If you do not wish to use a PIN, select Do not use PIN. NOTE: The factory default is no PIN. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 80: User Name, Previous Destinations

    Enter the name, and say or the line number, using the joystick, or select Done to leave the screen. touching it on the screen. NOTE: To cancel the deletion of Previous Destinations, press the CANCEL button before performing step 4. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 81: Routing & Guidance, Rerouting

    If Rerouting is set to Automatic and default (Automatic). you deviate from the route, you will see “Recalculating ...” at the top of the screen for several seconds as the system calculates a new route. This is followed by new routing instructions. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 82: Unverified Area Routing

    A direction list is typically not available. However, A direction list is provided showing street names and turn depending on your route, directions are provided to symbols in pink. help you reach the first available verified road. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 83

    1/4 mile map scales, or the 80, 200, and 400 meter map scales. Because both routes bypass or use unverified streets, an initial Disclaimer screen is provided. It is recommended that you stop and review the map. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 84

    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. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 85

    These guidance maneuvers are only a suggestion. You should always confirm that the maneuver is possible. A direction list is also provided that shows any unverified roads in a blue color, with pink arrows pointing to the next maneuver. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 86: Edit Avoid Area

    Use the joystick to move the crosshairs (red circle) to the desired start point and push in the joystick to “set” the start point. Then move the joystick in a straight or diagonal direction to encompass the area to be avoided. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 87

    To “re-draw” the area, touch Cancel and repeat the area selection process. If your selected area contains a freeway, the system will prompt you with a pop-up box saying, “Do you want to avoid freeways?” 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 88: Edit Waypoint Search Area

    Edit for “Edit Waypoint Search “Find nearest gas station,” that are Area,” and then choose the desired also available when viewing the map search distance for either “On screen. Freeways” or “On Surface Street.” 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 89: Guidance Mode, Vehicle, Off-road Tracking

    NOTE: again. See Map Screen Legend on page 18. The Guidance Mode can also be selected on the Icon Selection screen. See Showing Icons on the Map on page 56. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 90: Correct Vehicle Position

    3. Use the ZOOM buttons and the joystick to move the location arrowhead to the correct location. Touch the arrow buttons on the bottom of the screen to rotate the direction arrows so the vehicle position is pointing in the correct direction. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 91: System Information, Basic Settings, Keyboard Layout, Units (mile Or Km), Voice Recognition Feedback, Voice

    (as Ver. X. XX) of the navigation DVD. See Obtaining a Navigation Update DVD on page 103. When finished, say or select Return to return to the previous screen. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 92: Clock Adjustment, Auto Daylight Saving Time

    • DST (Daylight Savings Time) 2008. Selection (Change DST schedule) • Time Adjustment (Adjust your clock) • Reset button (resets this screen’s settings to factory defaults) 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 93: Auto Time Zone By Gps, Daylight Savings Time (dst) Selection Change Dst Schedule), Time Adjustment

    “April-October” schedule. If fluctuate between the two zone times. so, simply change the schedule in this setting back to the April-October schedule. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 94: Color, Map Color, Menu Color

    • Choose Black (factory default) as • Choose White (factory default) as the Night color to obtain the best the Window color to obtain the best nighttime display contrast. nighttime display contrast. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 95: Rear View Camera, Rear View Camera Brightness Adjustment

    Since the rear view camera display area is limited, you should always back up slowly and carefully, and look behind you for obstacles. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 96: System Initialization, Entering The Security Code

    • Map matching to align the GPS NOTE: coordinates to a place on the map The anti-theft security code is unrelated (displays current street at the bottom to your optional Navigation system PIN of the map). (for Personal or Home Address). 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 97: Gps Initialization, Map Matching

    The green GPS icon should complete. Your system is now ready to During this procedure the vehicle appear in the upper left corner of the use. should be out in the open with a clear screen. view of the sky. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 98: System Limitations

    • Radar detectors mounted on the dash itself while you drive. driving in these unverified areas. • Remote starters, or “hidden” vehicle location systems mounted near the navigation unit • Other after-market audio electronic devices mounted near the navigation unit 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 99

    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. 2008 Pilot Navigation System...

  • Page 100: Database Limitations

    • Road, traffic or traffic facilities restaurant is now a jewelry store). The safety, or conditions number of these inaccuracies increases • Weather conditions the longer you go without an update. • Special events • Pavement characteristics or conditions 2008 Pilot 100 Navigation System...

  • Page 101

    Rights Reserved. program, or from changed conditions • EXIT-Data: © ZENRIN CO., LTD. not noted above. 2003. All Rights Reserved. • ZAGAT SURVEY: Copyright © [2003] Zagat Survey, LLC. All rights reserved. 2008 Pilot Navigation System 101...

  • Page 102: Customer Assistance, Reporting Errors, Honda Automobile Customer Service

    Limitations on page 98, or Honda Navi online at: Troubleshooting on page 121. America Honda Motor Co., Inc. http://update.navteq.com/, or to Honda Customer Service Honda Customer Services. MS 500-2N-7A • If the error involves a light brown 1919 Torrance Blvd.

  • Page 103: Visiting Your Dealer, Obtaining A Navigation Update Dvd

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

  • Page 104: Changing The Dvd

    Slide the DVD into the slot. The DVD is automatically pulled into the control unit. Make sure you close the door. PC card slot 2008 Pilot 104 Navigation System...

  • Page 105: Coverage Areas, Map Coverage

    Tallahassee Tampa Bay/St. Petersburg Metro - on your routing choices. See Unverified Colorado including Pasco and Manatee Area Routing on page 82. Denver/Boulder/Colorado Springs/ Counties Ski Resorts Metro area - including Ft. Vero Beach Collins 2008 Pilot Navigation System 105...

  • Page 106

    Complete coverage of all cities in St Louis Metro (IL-MO) - incl Barnstable, Berkshire, Bristol, Essex, Cedar Rapids additional cities in Jefferson County Davenport Hampshire, Hampden, Middlesex, Montana Norfolk, Plymouth, Suffolk, and Des Moines Worcester Counties Iowa City Billings 2008 Pilot 106 Navigation System...

  • Page 107

    Buffalo - including Erie and Niagara Toledo (Lucas County) Spartanburg Counties Counties Myrtle Beach Metro Oklahoma Cooperstown Rock Hill Metro Eastern New York - including New Oklahoma City York City Metro, Albany, Glen Falls, Tulsa 2008 Pilot Navigation System 107...

  • Page 108

    Wyoming San Antonio Metro Winchester Cheyenne South Padre Island Washington Jackson Ski Resorts Utah Bellingham Moab Seattle/Tacoma/Olympia Metro - Ogden including Island County Park City Spokane Salt Lake City Metro Tri-Cities Whatcom Point Roberts (community) 2008 Pilot 108 Navigation System...

  • Page 109: Canada Detailed Coverage Areas

    Halifax (partial) Edmonton Abbottsford Lethbridge ONTARIO Chilliwack Medicine Hat Barrie Mission Kingston BRITISH COLUMBIA Victoria Ottawa-Gatineau Greater Vancouver Stratford Capital Anmore Dufferin Central Saanich Belcarra Colwood Orangeville Bowen Island Esquimalt Burnaby Highlands Coquitlam Langford Delta 2008 Pilot Navigation System 109...

  • Page 110

    Niagara-on-the-Lake Georgina Lambton Niagara Falls King Lanark Markham Pelham Leeds and Granville Newmarket Port Colborne Lennox and Addington Richmond Hill St Catharines Middlesex Vaughan Thorold Muskoka Whitchurch-Stouffville Wainfleet Northumberland Welland Oxford West Lincoln Perth Peterborough 2008 Pilot 110 Navigation System...

  • Page 111

    Memphremagog Pincourt Roussillon Laval St-Lazare Rouville Les Moulins Terrasse-Vaudreuil Vaudreuil-Soulanges Vaudreuil-Dorion Lachenaie Montreal Vaudreuil-sur-le-Lac Mascouche Terrebonne Quebec ´ Deux-Montagnes Quebec ´ Longueuil Deux-Montagnes Longueuil Oka Paroisse Montreal Pointe-Calumet St-Eustache Montreal St-Joseph-du-Lac Rousillon Ste-Marthe-sur-le-Lac Candiac Chateauguay 2008 Pilot Navigation System 111...

  • Page 112

    Hwy-1/Trans Canada Hwy (in Hwy-11 from Muskoka district to Kamloops) Roads in the province of Saskatchewan North Bay Hwy-99 between Vancouver and Hwy-1/Trans Canada Hwy across Hwy-60 and Hwy-127 in Nipissing Whistler whole province County 2008 Pilot 112 Navigation System...

  • Page 113

    Main Menu Coverage Areas If you desire additional map coverage information, contact Honda Customer Services or go to www.honda.com and select “Honda Automobiles”, enter “navi” into the “Type a question” field, click “right here” under “Order the Satellite Navigation DVD”, and select “View Current Coverage Map”.

  • Page 114: Frequently Asked Questions

    The basic guidance phrase uses a studio-recorded voice, but the street name command, or reads the destination address it sounds strange. is pronounced by the system using a machine-generated voice. What causes this? Consequently, the name may be mispronounced or sound strange at times. 2008 Pilot 114 Navigation System...

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    I forget the PIN for Home, or the PIN for personal addresses PINs are optional. See information regarding PINs on page 79. Your dealer (User 1 or User 2). How do I reset it? can reset the PIN for you. 2008 Pilot Navigation System 115...

  • Page 116

    I arrive at an intersection. Is there intersecting road. Large differences is vehicle position can indicate a anything wrong? temporary loss of the GPS signal. See GPS Reception Issues on page 98. 2008 Pilot 116 Navigation System...

  • Page 117

    If the GPS antenna cannot receive at least four satellites, the elevation is not Why? displayed. Try moving the vehicle into an open area. If the elevation is zero, or below sea level, the elevation is also not displayed. 2008 Pilot Navigation System 117...

  • Page 118

    I found some errors in the database. How do I report them? Minor errors are bound to occur in a large database. If you encounter major errors, you can report them following the instructions on page 102. 2008 Pilot 118 Navigation System...

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    See page 93. My state does not observe daylight savings time. How do I You can turn off this feature. See page 92. turn off this feature? 2008 Pilot Navigation System 119...

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    If you cannot find it, your dealer can help you out. I speak a language other than English. When will other This is being considered as a future enhancement. languages be available for the navigation system? 2008 Pilot 120 Navigation System...

  • Page 121: Troubleshooting

    Please operate climate control after starting engine. The engine needs to be running in order to operate the climate control. * If the error persists, or is shown for a wide area, see your dealer. 2008 Pilot Navigation System 121...

  • Page 122: Glossary

    See page page for a list of the customer open area. for a list of these areas. FAQs, and troubleshooting LCD - Liquid Crystal Display. The information. navigation screen. 2008 Pilot 122 Navigation System...

  • Page 123

    Setup screen. The user can use Calendar message. See Calendar on shown in black on the map. them to return to a mapped road. The page 67. bottom of the navigation screen will say “Not on a digitized road” 2008 Pilot Navigation System 123...

  • Page 124

    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. 2008 Pilot 124 Navigation System...

  • Page 125: Global Commands, Navigation General Commands

    Voice command help you so that you do not need to memorize How long to the destination? (when all of them. on route, tells the time to destination) 2008 Pilot Navigation System 125...

  • Page 126: Commands, Navigation Display Commands

    2 mile (3 km) scale 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 Max zoom in Max zoom out Go home 2008 Pilot 126 Navigation System...

  • Page 127: Find Place Commands

    & maintenance book store travel agency car wash & detailing clothing store truck stop motorcycle dealers grocery store restaurant (all restaurant types) roadside assistance home improvement store American restaurant check cashing mall Californian restaurant 2008 Pilot Navigation System 127...

  • Page 128: Climate Control Commands

    Climate control defrost* other restaurant Rear defrost on Rear defrost off Rear defrost* Climate control fresh air Climate control recirculate Climate control vent Climate control bi-level (Vent and floor) Climate control floor Climate control floor and defrost 2008 Pilot 128 Navigation System...

  • Page 129: Temperature Voice Commands, Radio Voice Commands

    Radio preset # (#: 1-6) Radio FM preset # (#: 1-6) Radio FM1 preset # (#: 1-6) Radio FM2 preset # (#: 1-6) Radio AM preset # (#: 1-6) Radio auto select* Radio scan* 2008 Pilot Navigation System 129...

  • Page 130: Cd Voice Commands, Information Screen Voice Commands, Setup Screen (first Commands

    Display day (screen goes dark, route random” and “CD track repeat”) guidance stops) Display night * Repeating these commands switches Display auto (toggles) the function between On and Off. Contrast adjust Guidance prompts normal Guidance prompts maximum/max. Guidance prompts minimum/min. 2008 Pilot 130 Navigation System...

  • Page 131: On-screen Commands, On-screen Commands Assist

    Edward Frank Golf Hotel India Juliet King Larry Mike November Papa Queen Robert Ampersand Oscar Kilo Lima Mary Nancy Paul Quebec Romeo Sierra Tango Uniform Whiskey Yankee Zulu Slash Victor X-Ray Uncle William Yellow Zebra 2008 Pilot Navigation System 131...

  • Page 132: Voice Command Index

    Main Menu Voice Command Index Symbol Assist Definitions NOTE: The term “grave” used for these keys (À, È, Ì, and Ù) is pronounced like “save.” 2008 Pilot 132 Navigation System...

  • Page 133: Table Of Contents

    By Intersection ..Editing Today’s Destination List .............36 Coverage Areas By Map Input ........Emergency ...... 19, ........31 Current Location By Places ....Entering a Destination ....... 36, ....39 Current Position By Previous Destinations 2008 Pilot 133 Navigation System...

  • Page 134: Table Of Contents

    ....58, Off-road Tracking ....On-Screen Commands ..........On-Screen Commands Assist Map Color ........78 Home Address ........... On-Screen Keyboard Map Coverage ....32 Hotel/Motel (Lodging) ........ 21, Map Input ....... 18, 48, Map Legend 2008 Pilot 134 Navigation System...

  • Page 135

    Volume ..Temperature Voice Commands ......Time Adjustment ..........Title .....59 Save Current Location ....21, ....... 32, Today’s Destinations Zagat 2007 .........68 Schedule ..........Today’s Destinations List ZOOM buttons ..........11 Screen ..........Travel 2008 Pilot Navigation System 135...

  • Page 136

    AGAINST INFRINGEMENT. IF YOU Corporation or their affiliates to provide or HAVE RECEIVED ANY WARRANTIES make available to you SOFTWARE REGARDING THE DEVICE OR THE updates, supplements, add-on components, SOFTWARE, THOSE WARRANTIES DO or Internet-based services components of 2008 Pilot 136 Navigation System...

  • Page 137

    U.S. and other governments. SOFTWARE. For additional information on exporting the SOFTWARE, see http:// www.microsoft.com/exporting/. 2008 Pilot Navigation System 137...

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