Honda navigation system instructions

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Certain models of Honda vehicles can be upgraded with an optional navigation system. This system, called Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System, provides your current destination on a map was well as the ability to be guided step by step to any input destination. You can program the system with voice commands using the Talk button on the Honda steering wheel.

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Press and release the Talk button the steering wheel and say "Display Menu." Wait for the audible beep before giving any voice command.

  2. 2

    Press the Talk button and say "Address."

  3. 3

    Press the Talk button and say "City" to input a city name. The system automatically defaults to your current state location. If you need to change the state, say "Change state" instead.

  4. 4

    Press the Talk button and say the name of the city of your destination. If your destination city is your current city, say "Current city."

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    Press the Talk button and say the number of the city when the system gives you a list of cities that match your voice command.

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    Press the Talk button and say the name of the street for your destination. You do not need to say "street," "boulevard," "avenue," etc.

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    Press the Talk button and say the number of the street name from the list.

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    Press the Talk button and say the street number. The system will read back your command and confirm that the numbers are correct.

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    Press the Talk button and say "OK" to program the guidance. The system will calculate the best route and give you directions on how to get there.

Tips and warnings

  • You can also use the Interface Dial on the centre console to enter a destination instead of using voice commands. Rotate the dial to scroll and highlight each option and press it to select.

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