Nissan Juke 2011
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FOREWORD NISSAN NAVIGATION SYSTEM HELPDESK CONTACT INFORMATION
For assistance or inquiries about the NISSAN Navigation System, or to order updated map data, contact the NISSAN NAVIGATION SYSTEM HELPDESK at:
NISSAN CONSUMER AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT
For assistance or inquiries about the NISSAN warranty, service or general questions, contact the NISSAN Consumer Affairs Department at: For U.S. customers Nissan North America, Inc. Consumer Affairs Department P.O. Box 685003 Franklin, TN 37068-5003 1-800-NISSAN-1 (1-800-647-7261) For Canadian customers Nissan Canada Inc. 5290 Orbitor Drive Mississauga, Ontario L4W 4Z5 1-800-387-0122
Thank you for purchasing a NISSAN vehicle This users manual is for the navigation system only. This manual contains operating instructions for the NISSAN Navigation System offered in your NISSAN vehicle. Please read this manual carefully to ensure safe operation of the navigation system.
ADDRESS: P.O. Box 1588,
Orem, UT 84059-992
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Because of possible specication changes All information, specications and illustra-
and optional equipment, sections of this manual may not apply to your vehicle. tions in this manual are those in effect at the time of printing. NISSAN reserves the right to change specications or design at any time without notice. when selling this vehicle. The next user of this navigation system may need the manual.
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Table of Contents
Introduction Getting started Map settings Navigation Other settings General system information Troubleshooting guide Index
How to use this manual. 1-2 For safe operation. 1-2 Reference symbols. 1-2
Safety information. 1-2 Laser product. 1-3
HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL
This manual uses special words, symbols and icons that are organized by function. Please refer to the following items to understand how to use this manual properly.
SAFETY INFORMATION REFERENCE SYMBOLS
INFO: Indicates information that is necessary for efficient use of your vehicle or accessories. Reference page: Indicates the title and page that you should refer to. MAP: This is an example of how a button on the control panel will be shown. Route: This system is primarily designed to help you reach your destination, and it also performs other functions as outlined in this manual. However, you, the driver, must use the system safely and properly. Information concerning road conditions, traffic signs and the availability of services may not always be up-to-date. The system is not a substitute for safe, proper and legal driving. Before using the navigation system, please read the following safety information. Always use the system as outlined in this manual.
FOR SAFE OPERATION
Indicates the presence of a hazard that could cause death or serious personal injury. To avoid or reduce the risk, the procedures must be followed precisely.
Indicates the presence of a hazard that could cause minor or moderate personal injury or damage to your vehicle. To avoid or reduce the risk, the procedures must be followed carefully.
NOTE: Indicates items that help you understand and maximize the performance of your vehicle. If ignored, they may lead to a malfunction or poor performance.
This is an example of a key/item displayed on the screen.
To operate the navigation system, first park the vehicle in a safe location and set the parking brake. Operating the system while driving can distract the driver and may result in a serious accident. Do not rely on route guidance alone. Always be sure that all driving maneuvers are legal and safe in order to avoid accidents. Do not disassemble or modify this system. If you do, it may result in accidents, fire or electrical shock.
If you notice any foreign objects in the system hardware, spill liquid on the system or notice smoke or a smell coming from it, stop using the system immediately and contact a NISSAN dealer. Ignoring such conditions may lead to accidents, fire or electrical shock.
NOTE: Do not keep the navigation system running with the engine stopped. Doing so may discharge the vehicle battery. When you use the navigation system, always keep the engine running.
Do not disassemble or modify this system. There are no user serviceable parts in this navigation system. If maintenance, adjustments and operations other than those specified in this manual are attempted, injury due to laser radiation and exposure could occur.
The volume control buttons on the steering 1 wheel can be used to control the volume level of the voice guidance given by the Navigation System. Press the + button to increase the volume or the button to decrease the volume while the voice guidance is speaking. If the volume control buttons are pressed at any other time, only the volume of the audio system is adjusted. The other steering wheel switches are used for the audio system and Bluetooth Hands-Free Phone system and are not used to control the Navigation System. For more information about the audio system and Bluetooth Hands-Free Phone system, see the vehicles Owners Manual.
Getting started 2-3
BASIC OPERATION FUNCTIONS DISABLED WHILE DRIVING
To ensure safe driving, some functions cannot be operated or have limited operation when the vehicle driving speed is above 5 mph (8 km/h).
The on-screen text and keys for these restricted functions will be grayed-out or muted and can-
2-4 Getting started
not be selected while driving. In some cases, a screen message will appear indicating a restricted function. Restricted functions while driving include: Character (letter and number) input screen during destination entry (street address, places, intersection) Places search by name and city name Scrolling and viewing of certain navigation lists Adding/editing address book entries Adding/editing home location Storing current position, information, destinations These functions will become available again when the vehicle speed is reduced to 5 mph (8 km/h).
Destination functions available while driving include: Home Previous destinations Nearby places Address book My places Map input
TOUCH SCREEN OPERATION
The same operations described for the scrolling dial are possible using touch screen operation.
Examples of touch screen operation
Selecting an item: When any item is touched, the next screen is displayed.
Getting started 2-5
Adjusting: Touch the +, -, > or < key to adjust a setting.
Scrolling through a message or list: (up) or (down) keys on Touch the the screen repeatedly to scroll through a message or a list. When scrolling a lengthy list, you can also touch the screen and slide your finger along the scroll bar where shown to scroll more quickly.
Zoom in and zoom out keys Use to zoom the map in or out.
3-4 Map settings
MAP OPTIONS MENU SCREEN
The Map Options menu allows you to quickly store the current position, show position information or destination information, and adjust the map settings.
CHANGING THE MAP SCALE
1. Touch the Menu key while the route guidance map is displayed. 2. The following options are available for selection: Store Current Location Show Position/GPS Information Show Destination Information Map Setup
When zooming in or out, the scale on the bottom right side of the screen changes to indicate the new scale level.
The following scales are available depending on the map view:
2D view 3D view Per approximately 1/2 inch Per approximately 1/2 inch (1 cm) (1 cm) 150 ft (50 m) 300 ft (100 m) 600 ft (200 m) 1/4 mile (500 m) 1/2 mile (1 km) 1 mile (2 km) 150 ft (50 m) 300 ft (100 m) 600 ft (200 m) 1/4 mile (500 m) 1/2 mile (1 km) 1 mile (2 km)
Map settings 3-5
LOOKING AT INFORMATION ON THE MAP
2D view 2.5 mi (5 km) 5 mi (10 km) 10 mi (20 km) 25 mi (50 km) 50 mi (100 km) 100 mi (200 km) 250 mi (500 km) 3D view LNV0998
Icons of various categories of locations can be displayed on the map.
This navigation system uses symbols to display various types of facilities. The following icons are used on the map screen:
3-6 Map settings
MAP SETTINGS FOR THE MAP SCREEN
Other settings are available for the map screen, such as switching the map view or changing the map direction. 1. Press the SETUP button. 2. Touch the Navigation key.
3. Touch the Map Setup key. When selected, the system will offer the following map setting options:
Map View Touch the Map View key to toggle between the 2D or 3D map view. North/Heading Up Map Touch the North/Heading Up Map key to toggle the display between Heading Up and North Up. When Head is selected, the screen shows the map in the driving direction. When North Up is selected, the top of the map is always orientated north. Auto Zoom Touch the Auto Zoom key to toggle automatic zooming on and off.
Map settings 3-7
Show Places on Map Touch the Show Places on Map key to activate or deactivate the display of place icons on the map. When the icon on the map is touched, place information will be displayed. Show Incidents Touch the Show Incidents key to enable traffic incident information on the map screen. TRAFFIC FEATURE (page 4-30) Show Traffic Flow Touch the Show Traffic Flow key to enable traffic flow information on the map screen. TRAFFIC FLOW FEATURE (page 4-32) Map Data Information Touch the Map Data Information key and the follow-up screen will display the version of the current installed map. MAP SD-CARD (page 3-8)
Warnings: The Data may contain inaccurate or incomplete information due to the passage of time, changing circumstances, sources used and the nature of collecting comprehensive geographic data, any of which may lead to incorrect results. No Warranty: This Data is provided to you as is, and you agree to use it at your own risk. NISSAN and its licensors (and their licensors and suppliers) make no guarantees, representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, arising by law or otherwise, including but not limited to, content, quality, accuracy, completeness, effectiveness, reliability, fitness for a particular purpose, usefulness, use or results to be obtained from this Data, or that the Data or server will be uninterrupted or error-free. Disclaimer of Warranty: NISSAN AND ITS LICENSORS (INCLUDING THEIR LICENSORS AND SUPPLIERS) DISCLAIM ANY WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OF QUALITY, PERFORMANCE, MERCHANTABILITY FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR NON-INFRINGEMENT.
Terms and conditions
Personal Use Only: You agree to use this Data together with NISSAN Automotive Products for the solely personal, non-commercial purposes for which you were licensed, and not for service bureau, timesharing or other similar purposes. Accordingly, but subject to the restrictions set
Map settings 3-11
Some countries, local laws and territories do not allow certain warranty exclusions, so to that extent the above exclusion may not apply to you. Disclaimer of Liability: NISSAN AND ITS LICENSORS (INCLUDING THEIR LICENSORS AND SUPPLIERS) SHALL NOT BE LIABLE TO YOU: IN RESPECT OF ANY CLAIM, DEMAND OR ACTION, IRRESPECTIVE OF THE NATURE OF THE CAUSE OF THE CLAIM, DEMAND OR ACTION ALLEGING ANY LOSS, INJURY OR DAMAGES, DIRECT OR INDIRECT, WHICH MAY RESULT FROM THE USE OR POSSESSION OF THE INFORMATION; OR FOR ANY LOSS OF PROFIT, REVENUE, CONTRACTS OR SAVINGS, OR ANY OTHER DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF YOUR USE OF OR INABILITY TO USE THIS INFORMATION, ANY DEFECT IN THE INFORMATION, OR THE BREACH OF THESE TERMS OR CONDITIONS, WHETHER IN AN ACTION IN CONTRACT OR TORT OR BASED ON A WARRANTY, EVEN IF NISSAN OR ITS LICENSORS (OR THEIR LICENSORS OR SUPPLIERS) HAVE BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
VOICE GUIDANCE DURING ROUTE GUIDANCE
When approaching a guide point (intersection or corner), destination, etc., during route guidance, voice guidance announces the remaining distance and/or turning direction. Touch Voice on the upper left of the screen to repeat the voice guidance. Example of voice guidance:
In about one quarter mile (400 meters) freeway entrance on your right onto (road number and direction). Freeway entrance on your right onto (road number and direction). In about one mile (1.6 kilometers), exit on your right. Take the second exit on your right. You have reached your destination. Ending route guidance.
In about one quarter mile (400 meters), right (or left) turn. Right (or left) turn ahead.
Several methods are available to set your destination. Up to 50 previous destinations will be automatically stored. If the number of previous destinations exceeds 50, the oldest one will be removed from the list and the newest one will be added. To manually delete a previous destination entry, touch the Delete key on the Previous Destinations list screen. Touch Del. All to delete all previous destinations on the list. Touch the Save key to add a previous destination to the address book. NOTE: It is not possible to retrieve deleted previous destination entries. HOME: Your home address can be entered as a destination. OPTIONS: Changes the settings the system uses to calculate the route. ROUTE CALCULATION SETTINGS (page 4-4)
1. Press the NAV button.
2. Select the appropriate destination setting method by touching the screen or scrolling with the scrolling dial.
AVAILABLE SETTING ITEMS
DESTINATION: Set and/or save a destination. Several methods are available to set your destination. SETTING A DESTINATION (page 4-5) PREVIOUS DESTINATIONS: Searches for a destination from the previous destinations in the destination memory.
ROUTE A route list is available. If you touch Route, a list is shown. By touching a part of the route, you can see more detailed information.
CANCEL ROUTE Touch Cancel Route to cancel the route guidance. NOTE: If route guidance is not active, both Route and Cancel Route cannot be operated.
ROUTE CALCULATION SETTINGS
The settings the system uses to calculate the route to a destination can be adjusted to suit your needs. 1. Press NAV. 2. Touch Options. 3. Adjust the settings to the desired level. Use Traffic Info: Set to Off to disable traffic info. Set to Automatic for traffic alerts to be controlled automatically. Set to Prompt for traffic alerts to be displayed when prompted.
SETTING A DESTINATION
Route Type: Set to Fastest to calculate the fastest route. Set to Economy to calculate the most economical route. Set to Shortest to calculate the route of shortest distance. Minimize Freeways: Toggle on or off to minimize the use of freeways on a calculated route. Minimize Toll & Ferry: Toggle on or off to minimize the use of toll roads and ferries on a calculated route.
Several methods are available to set your destination. From the navigation screen, touch Destination.
The methods for setting a destination are shown.
SETTING A DESTINATION FROM A STREET ADDRESS
Places SETTING A DESTINATION FROM PLACES (page 4-14) My Places MY PLACES/USER-DEFINED POINTS OF INTEREST (POIs) (page 4-21)
Map SETTING A DESTINATION BY MAP (page 4-26) Intersection SETTING AN INTERSECTION AS A DESTINATION (page 4-28) 1. Press the NAV button. 2. Touch Destination. 3. Touch Street Address.
If route guidance is active, you can choose how to use the new destination. Select Add as Waypoint to keep the current destination and to add the current destination as a waypoint along the route. Select Replace to cancel the current route and replace the current destination with the new destination.
AVAILABLE DESTINATION SETTING METHODS
Street Address SETTING A DESTINATION FROM A STREET ADDRESS (page 4-6) Address Book SETTING A DESTINATION FROM THE ADDRESS BOOK (page 4-10)
4. If the state or province shown on the screen is correct, proceed to step 6. If the state or province shown on the screen is not correct, touch Change State/Province.
12. A map of the destination is displayed on the screen. Touch Start to calculate the route. The map of the destination is always displayed in 2D North Up. Once the Start key is touched, the system returns to the current map settings. NOTE: If you did not enter an exact street address earlier in the process, the system will have chosen a default location, either along the street or within a range of addresses on that street. To move the map from that default position, touch the Menu key. A message will be displayed asking if you want to move or store the location.
SETTING A DESTINATION FROM THE ADDRESS BOOK
This option allows you to set and store the destination in the address book and use the stored destinations to calculate a route.
Touch Move. A map screen will be displayed that allows you to touch a new location for the destination. Touch OK when complete. If you touch the Store key after the Menu key is touched, you can store the location in the address book. SETTING A NEW ENTRY TO THE ADDRESS BOOK (page 4-10)
SETTING A NEW ENTRY TO THE ADDRESS BOOK
1. Press the NAV button. 2. Touch Destination. 3. Touch Address Book.
4. Touch Add New Entry.
There are four possibilities shown: NOTE: Up to 50 address book entries can be stored. If the number of address book entries exceeds 50, one must be deleted before the new one can be added. SETTING AN ENTRY AS A DESTINATION (page 4-13) Street Address This option allows you to save a new entry by selecting the address. SETTING A DESTINATION FROM A STREET ADDRESS (page 4-6)
Previous Destination This option allows you to save a destination in the address book from a location stored in the previous destination memory. Touch the destination you would like to save into the address book.
The touch keyboard gives the option to change the name of the selected destination. Touch OK. The system confirms the entry and adds it to the address book.
Current Destination This option allows you to store the currently set destination in the address book when a route is active. This option is not available when a route is not active. Touch Current Destination.
If you choose By Name, you can search for places using a specific name. The touch keyboard is shown. HOW TO INPUT CHARACTERS (page 2-7)
NOTE: When searching By Category, the system will search for up to 200 matches within 50 miles (80 km) of the current position. When searching By Name, the system will search for up to 30 matches within 50 miles (80 km) of the current position. If the destination is not found within the 50 mile (80 km) search radius, you can search for places around a specific city name. SEARCHING FOR PLACES IN ANOTHER CITY (page 4-18)
7. Destinations are shown based on the distance to the selected position. The arrow on the right shows the direction of the destination. The distance shown is a straight line distance. Touch the desired destination from the list.
8. A detailed description of the destination is provided. Touch List to go back and pick another destination or touch Start to have the system calculate the route to the destination.
SEARCHING FOR PLACES IN ANOTHER CITY
1. Press the NAV button. 2. Touch Destination. 3. Touch Places. 4. Touch A City Name.
5. Touch Change State/Province if the state or province shown is not correct.
6. If necessary, enter the name of the state or province. The display shows the touch keyboard. HOW TO INPUT CHARACTERS (page 2-7) The keyboard has an intelligent spelling setting, so it excludes non-existing combinations. On the top right of the screen, the number of matches is shown.
7. Touch City. 8. A touch keyboard is displayed. Enter the name of the desired city.
Press List at any time to display a list of remaining cities. Touch the desired city.
9. Touch By Category or By Name. 10. If you choose By Category, you can browse destinations from a variety of categories and subcategories, including: Automotive Banking & Business City Center Emergency Hotel/Motel Leisure Public Places Restaurant Shopping Travel
NOTE: When searching By Category, the system will search for up to 200 matches within 50 miles (80 km) of the current position. When searching By Name, the system will search for up to 30 matches within 50 miles (80 km) of the current position.
The POIs can be set as a destination or be setup to activate POI warnings that display a pop-up message when the vehicle approaches certain areas such as hazard spot warnings. NOTE: In order to save the user-defined points of interest data, a USB mass storage device is required. The user-defined points of interest data cannot be saved on the SD-card which contains the navigation data. User-defined points of interest are not shown in the map representation. The system recognizes the user-defined points of interest (POI) data and then asks the user via a pop-up message if the data needs to be downloaded into the system. If you confirm the download, the available user Places in the system internal memory will be deleted and the new ones in the USB mass storage device will be downloaded into the internal memory of the system. The progress of the download is shown by a progress-bar. When the download is finished, the user is notified that the USB mass storage device can be removed.
11. Destinations are shown based on the distance from the selected position. The arrow on the right shows the direction of the destination. The distance shown is a straight line distance from the city center. Touch the desired destination from the list.
12. A detailed description of the destination is provided. Touch List to go back and pick another destination or touch Start to have the system calculate the route to the destination.
MY PLACES/USER-DEFINED POINTS OF INTEREST (POIs)
A point of interest (POI) in the My Places database is a specific location of interest such as a gas station or bank. The POI consists of a longitude value, a latitude value and a name. Additional POIs can be added to the system using the vehicles USB port. For more information about using the USB port, see your vehicles owners manual.
Creating user-defined points of interest (POIs)
Perform the following procedure to create your own User POIs: 1. Connect a USB mass storage device to your personal computer. 2. Use a standard software program to create a list of POIs. Make sure the software can support the CSV file format. 3. In the first column, enter the longitude value of the position of the POI. 4. In the second column, enter the latitude value of the position of the POI. 5. In the third column, enter the name of the POI. Information entered in the fourth column, such as address or phone number, will be appended to the name of the POI. 6. Add more rows if necessary. 7. Save the file with the extension.csv (for example, myplacesfile.csv). NOTE: The name of the.CSV file will be used to create a My Places category in the system. Create separate.CSV files with different names to create other My Places categories.
Longitude Latitude Name Location/Folder to save File name
POI data can be downloaded from the Internet or created in a simple text editor in CSV (Comma Separated Variable) file format. There are two kinds of POI data supported by the system: User POIs user-defined points of interest (POI) that can later be set as a destination and found using route guidance. POI-warnings user-supplied areas such as hazard spots that the system displays in a pop-up window when the vehicle is approaching the designated area.
8. Make sure to select the USB mass storage device as the location to save, using the exact folder name /myPOIs for User POIs or /myPOIs/myPOIwarnings for POI-warnings. For example, if the USB mass storage devices root folder is represented by f:/, save the file to the folder f:/myPOIs for User POIs or to the folder f:/myPOIs/myPOIwarnings for POI-warnings. 9. Connect the USB mass storage device to the vehicles USB port. For more information about the USB port, see your vehicles owners manual.
Adding user-defined points of interest (POIs)
Perform the following procedure to add your User POIs to the system: 1. Press the NAV button. 2. Touch Destination. 3. Touch My Places.
4. If a USB mass storage device with the new POI data is connected, the system will automatically ask if you want to transfer the POI data. Touch Download to begin the transfer or Cancel to cancel the procedure. NOTE: New POI data will overwrite POI data already in the internal memory.
5. The POI data on the USB mass storage device is transferred to the vehicle. NOTE: A maximum of 8 MB of POI data can be added to the system.
6. Once the download process is complete, the available POIs are displayed in a list on the screen. 7. Touch the name of a POI on the list to set it as the destination.
8. Touch Start to calculate the route.
A user-defined POI in the My Places database can also be set as the destination by following the procedure below: 1. Press the NAV button. 2. Touch Destination. 3. Touch My Places.
4. Touch MyPOI. 5. Touch the name of the user-defined POI to set that entry as a destination.
Deleting user-defined points of interest (POIs)
Perform the following procedure to delete the user-defined POIs stored in the My Places memory: 1. Press the SETUP button. 2. Touch Navigation. 3. Scroll to the bottom of the list and touch Remove User Places From System.
SETTING DESTINATION BY MAP
This method allows you to search for a destination by scrolling the map, then have the system calculate a route to the destination or store the position in the Address book. 1. Press the NAV button. 2. Touch Destination. 3. Touch Map.
4. A pop-up is displayed to confirm that you want to delete all User POIs (My Places) from the system. Touch Yes to delete the User POIs or No to cancel.
The system is automatically set to the 2D, North Up setting.
4. Scroll the map and touch the screen at the preferred location.
6-6 General system information
HOW TO HANDLE THE DISPLAY
When the vehicle has deviated from the suggested route, voice guidance is not available. The system will not announce this to you. Refer to the map and recalculate the route. Voice guidance may not accurately correspond with road numbers and directions at freeway junctions. Voice guidance may not accurately correspond to street names at freeway exits. The displayed street names may sometimes differ from the actual names, or UNKNOWN STREET NAME may be displayed. Voice guidance is not available when the feature is disabled in the SETUP menu. Voice guidance will start when the vehicle enters the suggested route. Refer to the map for directions to the starting point of the route. When approaching a waypoint, voice guidance will announce, You have reached your intermediate destination on the (left/right) side. Voice guidance will switch to the next section of the route. When voice guidance is not available, refer to the map for directions. In some cases, voice guidance ends before arrival at the destination. Refer to the destination icon on the map to reach the destination. If the system recognizes on which side the destination (waypoint) is located, voice guidance will announce on the right/left after announcing the arrival at the destination. Voice guidance may be partially operational or inoperative due to the angle of roads at an intersection. Because it is not possible to consider data concerning roads that are seasonally available or unavailable, a route may be displayed that does not match the actual traffic restrictions. Be sure to follow the actual traffic restrictions while driving. Canada and Alaska contain many roads with incomplete map data. As a result, when searching for a route, the route may include roads with incomplete data. In regions where road data is not complete, voice guidance may stop for long periods of time. Be sure to follow the actual traffic restrictions while driving. The display is a liquid crystal display and should be handled with care.
Never disassemble the display. Some parts utilize extremely high voltage. Touching them may result in serious personal injury.
CHARACTERISTICS OF A LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY
If the temperature inside the vehicle is especially low, the display will stay relatively dim or the movement of the images may be slow. These conditions are normal. The display will function normally when the interior of the vehicle has warmed up. Some pixels in the display are darker or brighter than others. This condition is an inherent characteristic of liquid crystal displays, and it is not a malfunction. A remnant of the previous display image may remain on the screen. This screen burn is inherent in displays, and it is not a malfunction. INFO: The screen may become distorted by strong magnetic fields.
General system information 6-7
MAINTENANCE OF THE DISPLAY
To clean the display, never use a rough cloth, alcohol, benzine, thinner, any kind of solvent, or paper tissues with chemical cleaning agent. They would scratch or deteriorate the panel. Do not splash any liquid such as water or car fragrance on the display. Contact with liquid will cause the system to malfunction and damage the hardware.
For cleaning, use a dry soft cloth. If additional cleaning is necessary, use a small amount of neutral detergent with a soft cloth. Never spray the screen with water or detergent. Dampen the cloth first, then wipe the screen.
6-8 General system information
7 Troubleshooting guide
Basic operations. 7-2 Vehicle icon. 7-3
Map SD-card route calculation and visual guidance. 7-5 Voice guidance. 7-6
Symptom No image is displayed.
Possible cause The brightness is at the lowest setting. The display is turned off. The system is in overheat mode due to excessive high temperature.
Possible solution Adjust the brightness of the display. Press the button to turn on the display.
Wait until the system cools down. Adjust the volume of voice guidance or turn voice guidance on.
No voice guidance is available. or The volume is too high or too low. No map is displayed on the screen.
The volume is not set correctly, or it is turned off.
The map SD-card is not inserted. A screen other than map screen is displayed.
Insert the map SD-card correctly. Press MAP. Wait until the interior of the vehicle has warmed up. This is not a malfunction. Park the vehicle in a safe location, and then operate the navigation system.
The screen is too dim. The movement is slow. Some pixels in the display are darker or brighter than others. Some menu items cannot be selected.
The temperature in the interior of the vehicle is low. This condition is an inherent characteristic of liquid crystal displays. Some menu items become unavailable while the vehicle is driven.
NOTE: Locations stored in the Address Book and other memory functions may be lost if the vehicles battery is disconnected or is discharged. If this occurs, service the vehicles battery as necessary and re-enter the information in the Address Book.
7-2 Troubleshooting guide
Symptom Names of roads and locations differ between 2D and 3D mode.
This is because the quantity of the displayed information is This is not a malfunction. reduced so that the screen does not become difficult to read. There is also a chance that names of the roads or locations may be displayed several times, and the names appearing on the screen may be different because of a processing procedure. The vehicle was transported after the ignition switch was turned off by a ferry or car transporter, for example. The position and direction of the vehicle icon may be incorrect depending on the driving environments and the levels of positioning accuracy of the navigation system. Drive the vehicle for a while on a road where GPS signals can be received. This is not a malfunction. Drive the vehicle for a while to automatically correct the position and direction of the vehicle icon. CURRENT VEHICLE LOCATION (page 6-4)
The vehicle icon is not displayed in the correct position.
When the vehicle is traveling on a new road, the vehicle icon is located on another road nearby. The map does not scroll even when the vehicle is moving. The vehicle icon is not displayed. The GPS indicator on the screen remains gray.
The system automatically places the vehicle icon on the near- Updated road information will be included in the next version of est available road, because the new road is not stored in the the map SD-card. map data. The current location map screen is not displayed. The current location map screen is not displayed. GPS signals cannot be received under certain conditions, such as in a parking garage, on a road with many tall buildings, etc. A sufficient number of GPS satellites is not available. Press the MAP button. Press the MAP button. Drive on an open, straight road for a while.
Wait for the satellites to move to locations available for the navigation system.
Troubleshooting guide 7-3
Symptom The location of the vehicle icon is misaligned from the actual position.
Possible cause When using tire chains or replacing the tires, speed calculations based on the speed sensor may be incorrect.
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