Honda Goldwing Tour Airbag DCT 2019

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Contents Preface P. 4 Introduction P. 5 Operation Guide P. 7 Navigation System Controls P. 8 Basic Operations P. 10 How to Enter Information P. 12 Home Screen and Map/Navigation Menu P. 13 Map Screen Legend P. 14 During Route Guidance P. 15 Home Location and Going Home P. 16 Entering a Destination—Selecting a Favorite Place P. 17 Changing Route or Destination P. 18 System Setup P. 20 Start-up P. 21 Home Location P. 22 Favorite Places P. 23 Routes P. 26 Guidance Mode Settings P. 30 Map/View Settings P. 31 Track Log Setup P. 35 Other Navigation Settings P. 38 Restore All Settings P. 40 Navigation P. 41 Map Menu P. 42 Navigation Menu P. 43 Entering a Destination P. 44 Calculating the Route P. 55 Riding to Your Destination P. 59 Changing Your Route P. 61 Changing Your Destination P. 63 Viewing Information P. 65 Troubleshooting P. 67 System Messages P. 68 Troubleshooting P. 70 Technical Consumer Information P. 75 System Limitations P. 76 Customer Support P. 80 Legal Information P. 81 Index P. 84 MOM 16395 1707 31MKCT00 Gold Wing GL1800

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A Few Words About Safety The Navigation System is one of many items on the motorcycle that can distract you. Remember that your primary focus should always be on the road. To operate the Navigation System enter information into the system before you begin riding or when your motorcycle is stopped. Then as you ride listen to the voice guidance and glance at the screen information when it is safe to do so. When your motorcycle is moving only the left handlebar controls and sub menus for the navigation system will operate. Pull off the road if you need more time to study the screen or operate the controls. The Navigation System is designed to provide route information to help you reach your destination. However this route guidance may sometimes conflict with road conditions such as street closures road construction and detours. Additionally the system itself has certain limitations. 2 P. 76 Therefore you must verify the voice guidance and visual route information provided by the system by carefully observing the roadway signs and signals etc. If you are unsure proceed with caution. Always use your own good judgment and obey traffic laws while riding. WARNING Using the Navigation System while riding can take your attention away from the road causing a crash in which you could be seriously injured or killed. Glance at the navigation screen only when it is safe to do so.

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Preface Introduction ........................................... P.5 How to Use this Manual.......................... P.6 System Controls Operation While Riding.... P.6 Accessory Precautions ............................. P.6 Preface

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5 Preface Introduction Your Navigation System is a highly- sophisticated yet easy-to-use system with visual and voice guidance that uses satellites and a map database to show you where you are and help guide you to a desired destination. The Navigation System receives signals from the Global Positioning System GPS a network of 24 satellites in orbit around the earth. By receiving signals from several of these satellites the Navigation System can determine the latitude longitude and other positioning information for your motorcycle. In addition a speed sensor on your motorcycle keeps track of the speed of travel at all times. GPS is operated by the U.S. Department of Defense. The system is subject to changes that could affect the accuracy and performance of all GPS equipment including your Navigation System. For example you may be riding down a highway and your Navi system relying on GPS data will tell you you are on the frontage road adjacent to the highway you are actually on. However you should find your experience with GPS navigation highly satisfactory. The Navigation System is easy to use. The locations of many places of business and entertainment are already entered in the system. You can select any of them as a destination by using the center panel and left handlebar controls. If a desired destination is not in the system’s database you can still enter it and the system should be able to direct you to it in most cases. You can also save store locations in the systems Favorite List. The system also retains your last 30 destinations as Previous Destination so you can easily return to them and allows you to store a home address to simplify returning home from your destination. The system provides map coverage for the United States of America Canada and Mexico. The coverage consists of accurately mapped metropolitan and rural areas. Roads within metropolitan areas interstate highways and major roads connecting cities are typically verified. Verified roads have been driven by the database supplier and information like the road’s average speed turn restrictions or whether it is a one-way street are contained in the Navigation System. The route calculated by the system may not be the shortest possible because only major roads are mapped in non-detailed areas. You may be aware of secondary roads that shorten the travel distance and time. While you are riding the Navigation System provides voice guidance so you do not have to take your eyes off the road. These instructions are provided in advance of the actual riding maneuver so you have time to slow down and prepare for the maneuver. Operation is subject to the condition that this device does not cause harmful interference.

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Introduction u How to Use this Manual 6 Preface How to Use this Manual You have two options: ● Read the entire manual. ● Read the Operation Guide section to gain an overview of what the system can do. Then begin learning the controls and screen displays. You can reference the more detailed sections of the manual whenever you need to. Regardless of your choice be sure to store this manual on your motorcycle along with your Owner’s Manual for reference. System Controls Operation While Riding Certain controls are automatically disabled while your motorcycle is in motion. While riding you can use the left handlebar controls to operate the navigation system. Accessory Precautions Installing metallic or metalized accessories near the left saddlebag can seriously degrade or prevent GPS reception because the GPS antenna is located near the left saddlebag. If you plan to install electronic components such as motorcycle location devices additional amplifiers or other audio components ensure that they are not located near the navigation control unit behind the seat or near the left saddlebag. Electronic signals from these devices can cause intermittent disruption of the navigation system. GPS antenna

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7 Operation Guide Overview—Functions at a Glance This section is designed to give you a quick overview of your navigation system before you begin using it on your own. Again we recommend reading the entire manual but reading this section will definitely accelerate your learning curve. Store home location P 22 Register your home location. Store favorite locations P 23 Store locations to use as the destination. Enter destination P 44 Select your destination using several methods. Calculate route P 55 Set route preferences and roads to detour around. Track route P 59 Follow your route in real-time with voice guidance. Add waypoints P 62 Add “pit stops” along your route. While not in motion you can use the center panel and left handlebar controls. However while in motion you can use only the left handlebar controls to operate the navigation system.

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8 Operation Guide Navigation System Controls You can operate the navigation system using the interface dial and buttons on the center panel or using the switches on the left handlebar. Multi-Information Display MID Left Handlebar P 11 Center Panel P 10 Interface Dial P 10 Rotate or move up or down to move the highlight in a menu/ list and press Enter to set your selection. Move up down left right and on diagonals to scroll the map and rotate to zoom in or out of the map. ENTER Back Button Press to return to the previous screen. P 10 While using the navigation system press and hold to display the map screen with your current location centered. Home Button Press to display the Home screen. P 10 Back Switch Press to return to the previous screen. P 11 While using the navigation system press and hold to display the map screen with your current location centered. Lever Push up or down to adjust the audio/guidance volume. P 11 VOL 4-way Key/ Switch P 11 Press 3/4 to move the highlight in a menu or list. Press switch to set your selection. ENT ENT Home Switch Press to display the Home screen. P 11

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9 Operation Guide Connecting a USB flash drive Open the travel trunk and connect your USB flash drive to the USB connector. For more information see the Owners Manual. Open the shelter case and connect your USB flash drive to the USB connector. For more information see the Owners Manual. USB connector GL1800DA USB connector Except GL1800DA NOTE Use a USB 2.0 flash drive with 256 MB to 64 GB capacities formatted in FAT32.

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10 Operation Guide Basic Operations Center Panel You can operate the navigation system using the interface dial and buttons on the center panel while the vehicle is not moving. Back Button Home Button Interface Dial ENTER Zoom In/Out Rotate the interface dial clockwise/ counterclockwise to zoom in or out of the map. Map Scroll Return to Previous Screen Press Back button to return to the previous screen. Press Home button to display the main Home screen. P 13 Display Home Screen Select Menu Rotate or move the interface dial to highlight the desired menu/option/item and press Enter to set your selection. Move the interface dial up down left right and on diagonals to scroll the map.

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11 Operation Guide Left Handlebar You can operate the navigation system using switches on the left handlebar while the vehicle is in motion. Lever VOL 3/4 Switch Adjust Volume Push the lever up or down during the voice guidance to increase/decrease the guidance volume. • The audio volume and the guidance volume can be adjusted separately. To adjust the audio volume see Owners Manual. Press and hold Source/Private Mode switch to mute the volume. To resume the volume operate lever while volume is muted. • Pressing and holding Source/Private Mode switch mutes the voice guidance and audio. NOTE You can also adjust the guidance volume from the map menu. P 42 VOL VOL Back Switch Home Switch Switch ENT Press Home switch to display the main Home screen. P 13 Display Home Screen Select Menu Press 3/4 to highlight the desired menu/ option/item then press switch to set your selection. ENT Return to Previous Screen Press Back switch to return to the previous screen. Source/Private Mode Switch

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12 Operation Guide How to Enter Information You can enter information e.g. city names street names numbers and symbols when prompted on the input screen. a Rotate or move on the center panel or press 3/4 switch on the left handlebar to highlight the character you want to enter. b Press Enter on the center panel or press switch on the left handlebar. c Repeat steps 1 and 2 to enter another character. d Select OK to display a list of possible entries. ● Select ab/AB to display upper/lower case characters. ● Select 12 to display other types of characters. ● Select Space to enter a space character. ● Select Del to remove the last entered character. ENT

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13 Operation Guide Home Screen and Map/Navigation Menu The system displays various functions from the Home screen. Press Home button on the center panel or press Home switch on the left handlebar at any time to return to the main Home screen. Navigation Display the navigation feature. P 41 Vehicle setting Display the vehicle settings. P 38 Audio setting Display the audio settings. P 38 Map Menu Display the map screen and operate the navigation features. Select Navigation on the Home screen then press Enter on the center panel or press switch on the left handlebar. The map menu will be displayed on the bottom of the maps screen. P 42 ENT Navigation Menu Use main navigation functions change settings and view useful information. From the map menu select Menu. The navigation menu will be displayed. P 43 Audio source Display the audio control screen. For more information see the Owners Manual. Phone Display the phone screen. For more information see the Owners Manual.

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14 Operation Guide Map Screen Legend Cursor Radius Point Locator P 54 Map Orientation P 32 Map Scale P 10 Street Feature Area POI Icon P 32 54 Current Vehicle Position : North Up : Heading Up : Heading Up 3D GPS icon NOTE Honda motorcycle dealership icons will appear when the map scale is 0.5 mile 1 kilometer or smaller and other POI icons will appear when the map scale is 600 feet 200 meters or smaller.

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15 Operation Guide During Route Guidance Map Screen Route List Mode Map Mode Guidance Screen Next Three Maneuvers Current Street Name Arrival Time Travel Distance Destination Calculated Route Waypoint Next Maneuver Current Street Name Arrival Time Calculated Route Travel Distance Destination Waypoint Next Maneuver Street Name Countdown Bar Lane Information Remaining Distance

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16 Operation Guide Home Location and Going Home The "Go Home" feature automatically routes you to your home from any location simply by selecting Go Home. Storing Your Home Location a Select Navigation on the Home screen. P 13 b Select a search method to find your home location from the destination input section. P 44 c Press and hold Enter on the center panel or switch on the left handlebar while the location is selected and then select Set to Home. uIf you select the location directly from the map the confirmation screen is displayed. Select Save to set the location to home. Going Home a Select Go Home from the map menu. P 13 ENT

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17 Operation Guide Entering a Destination—Selecting a Favorite Place Enter your destination using one of several methods then follow route guidance on the map to your destination. Storing a Favorite Place a Select Navigation on the Home screen. P 13 b Select a search method and find a location that you want to store. P 44 c Press and hold Enter on the center panel or switch on the left handlebar while the location is selected. uIf you select the location directly from the map proceed to step 4. d Select Save to Favorite. Going to a Favorite Place a Select Destination Input from the navigation menu. P 13 b Select Favorite. c Select your destination from the list. d Select GO to set the route to your destination. • Edit Option: Edits your destinations and route. P 55 • Route Option: Changes the route preferences. P 57 ENT

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18 Operation Guide Changing Route or Destination You can alter your route by adding waypoints to visit adding streets to avoid or changing your destination during route guidance. Adding a Waypoint a Select Navigation on the Home screen. P 13 b Select a search method and find a location to add. P 44 c Select Add As Waypoint. d If necessary move the location to the desired position. e Press Enter on the center panel or press switch on the left handlebar. f Select NO. uSelect YES to add another waypoint. g Select GO. ENT

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19 Operation Guide Changing Your Destination There are two methods you can use to specify a new destination during route guidance. • Searching nearby fire departments hospitals or police stations P 63 Select Emergency from the Navigation menu. • Entering a new destination P 64 Select a search method to find a new location and select Set As New Destination to cancel your current route and start a new route. Canceling Your Route a While the map screen is displayed press Enter on the center panel or press switch on the left handlebar. b Select Clear Guidance. uIf you are in the route with multiple destinations the following screen is displayed. Select a destination to clear or select Clear All Route to clear all destinations. c Select YES. ENT

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System Setup This section describes the start-up procedure and the navigation and setup functions. Start-up.................................................P.21 Home Location ......................................P.22 Setting Home Location ..........................P.22 Favorite Places......................................P.23 Storing a Favorite Place..........................P.23 Editing a Favorite Place..........................P.24 Routes ...................................................P.26 Route Menu List Screen.........................P.26 Creating a New Route ...........................P.27 Editing a Saved Route............................P.28 Guidance Mode Settings.......................P.30 Map/View Settings................................P.31 Map/View Settings Screen .....................P.31 Map Setup.............................................P.32 POI List ..................................................P.32 Track Log Setup.................................... P.35 Track Log Setup Screen..........................P.35 Import Track ..........................................P.36 Export Track to USB ...............................P.37 Tracks....................................................P.37 Other Navigation Settings ................... P.38 Interface Language ................................P.38 Voice Guidance Language......................P.38 Map Screen Brightness...........................P.39 Restore All Settings ............................. P.40 System Setup

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21 System Setup Start-up The navigation system starts automatically when you set the power mode to ACC or ON. At start-up the following confirmation screen is displayed. 1. Select OK. u If you do not select OK the system will automatically select OK after a certain period of time. 2. Press Home button on the center panel or press Home switch on the left handlebar. 3. Select Navigation. uThe map screen is displayed.

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22 System Setup Home Location Setting Home Location Sets your home location to use “Go Home” feature which automatically routes you to your home from any location simply by selecting Go Home. 2 P. 16 1. Press Home button on the center panel or press Home switch on the left handlebar. 2. Select Navigation. 3. Select a search method to find your home location. 2 P. 44 4. Press and hold Enter on the center panel or switch on the left handlebar while the location is selected and then select Set to Home. uIf you select the location directly from the map the confirmation screen is displayed. Select Save to set your home location. ENT

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23 System Setup Favorite Places Store up to 30 favorite places so you can quickly find them and create routes to them. Storing a Favorite Place 1. Select a search method and find a location that you want to store. 2 P. 44 2. Press and hold Enter on the center panel or switch on the left handlebar while the location is selected. uIf you select the location directly from the map proceed to step 3. 3. Select Save to Favorite. ❙ Importing a Favorite Place You can import a favorite place from the USB. 1. Connect the USB. 2 P. 9 2. Press Home button on the center panel or press Home switch on the left handlebar. 3. Select Navigation. 4. Press Enter on the center panel or press switch on the left handlebar. 5. Select Menu. 6. Select Destination Input. 7. Select Favorite. NOTE You can store up to 30 favorite places. ENT ENT

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Favorite Places u Editing a Favorite Place 24 System Setup 8. Select Import Favorite. 9. Select the favorite place to import. uSelect Import All to import all the places. Editing a Favorite Place ❙ Edit Screen Access the Edit screen to edit or delete a favorite place. 1. Press Home button on the center panel or press Home switch on the left handlebar. 2. Select Navigation. 3. Press Enter on the center panel or press switch on the left handlebar. 4. Select Menu. 5. Select Destination Input. 6. Select Favorite. NOTE • If 30 favorite places are stored Import Favorite is grayed-out. Delete stored places. • A file which has /“ : or space in the filename is not displayed. ENT

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Favorite Places u Editing a Favorite Place 25 System Setup 7. Press and hold Enter on the center panel or switch on the left handlebar while a favorite place is highlighted. 8. Select an option. The following options are available: ● Delete: Deletes the favorite place. Select YES on the confirmation screen. ● Rename: Changes the name of the favorite place. Enter a new name and select OK. ● Export to USB: Exports a favorite place data to the USB. ● Set to Home: Sets a favorite place to your home location. ❙ Exporting a Favorite Place You can export a favorite place to the USB. 1. Connect the USB. 2 P. 9 2. Select Export to USB on the Edit screen. 2 P. 24 ENT

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26 System Setup Routes Create and save route with multiple destinations. Up to 15 routes can be saved. Route Menu List Screen Access the Route Menu List screen to create import export use or edit a route. 1. Press Home button on the center panel or press Home switch on the left handlebar. 2. Select Navigation. 3. Press Enter on the center panel or press switch on the left handlebar. 4. Select Menu. 5. Select Routes. 6. Select an option. The following options are available: ● Create New Route: Creates and saves a new route. ● Import Route: Imports your route from a USB. 2 P. 27 ● Export Route to USB: Exports a saved route to a USB. 2 P. 29 ● Current Route: Displays the current route and route options. 2 P. 55 ● Routes: Displays the list of saved routes. 2 P. 52 NOTE You can edit saved route in the same way as editing the active route. 2 P. 55 ENT

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Routes u Creating a New Route 27 System Setup Creating a New Route 1. Select Create New Route on the Route Menu List screen. 2. Enter the route name and select OK. 3. Select ADD DESTINATION. 4. Select a search method and find a location. 2 P. 44 uRepeat steps 3 and 4 to add additional locations. 5. Move the location to the desired position. 6. Press Enter on the center panel or press switch on the left handlebar. ❙ Importing a Route Set on Website You can set and save a route on Honda Trip Planner website and import it to the navigation system via USB. For details on how to set a route visit http://www.TripPlanner.honda.com and see HELP SUPPORT. 1. Connect the USB. 2 P. 9 2. Select Import Route on the Route Menu List screen. 2 P. 26 NOTE You can also save the active route. 2 P. 57 ENT

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Routes u Editing a Saved Route 28 System Setup 3. Select a route to import. uSelect Import All to import all the routes. Editing a Saved Route You can delete or rename a saved route. 1. Select Routes on the Route Menu List screen. 2 P. 26 2. Select a route. 3. Select an option. The following options are available: ● Set Destination: Sets the route. 2 P. 52 ● Delete Route: Deletes the route. Select YES on the confirmation screen. ● Rename Route: Changes the route name. Enter the new name and select OK. NOTE • A maximum of 15 routes can be saved. You will need to delete an existing route to use Import Route. • The route set on the website may look different when imported because the route will be optimized by the map software in the navigation system. The route might be changed when it is recalculated. • A file which has /“ : or space in the filename is not displayed.

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Routes u Editing a Saved Route 29 System Setup ❙ Exporting a Saved Route You can export a saved route to the USB. 1. Connect the USB. 2 P. 9 2. Select Export Route to USB on the Route Menu List screen. 2 P. 26 3. Select the route to export. uSelect Export All to export all the routes.

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30 System Setup Guidance Mode Settings Change the guidance mode settings. 1. Press Home button on the center panel or press Home switch on the left handlebar. 2. Select Navigation. 3. Press Enter on the center panel or press switch on the left handlebar. 4. Select Menu. 5. Select Setup. 6. Select Guidance Mode. 7. Select an option. The following options are available: ● Map: Displays only the map screen. ● Route List Default: Displays the map and direction list simultaneously on the map screen. ENT

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31 System Setup Map/View Settings Map/View Settings Screen Display the Guidance Settings screen to change the map/view settings. 1. Press Home button on the center panel or press Home switch on the left handlebar. 2. Select Navigation. 3. Press Enter on the center panel or press switch on the left handlebar. 4. Select Menu. 5. Select Setup. 6. Select Map/View Settings. 7. Select an option. The following options are available: ● Map Setup: Changes the map orientation. 2 P. 32 ● Auto Zoom: Turns the auto zoom on or off. ● Speed and Flow: Sets whether the system shows the driving speed and flow on the map screen. ● POI List: Display the list of categories to show on the map. 2 P. 32 ENT NOTE • Auto Zoom is set to off as factory default. • Speed and Flow is optional. Consult your dealer for details.

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Map/View Settings u Map Setup 32 System Setup Map Setup Select the map orientation. 1. Select Map Setup on the Map/View Settings screen. 2 P. 31 2. Select an option. The following options are available: ● North Up Default: Displays the map with north always pointing up. ● Heading Up: Displays the map with your direction of travel facing upwards. ● Heading Up 3D: Displays the map in 3D with your direction of travel facing upwards. POI List Set the point of interest POI to show. 1. Select POI List on the Map/View Settings screen. 2 P. 31 2. Select categories to show. uSelect All Categories to show icons of all the categories.

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Map/View Settings u POI List 33 System Setup ❙ List of All Categories Vehicle Services All Honda Auto Dealership Honda Motorcycle Dealership Gas Station Car Wash Auto Parts Car Repair Truck Repair Tire Repair Emission Testing Van Repair Restaurant All Bar Pubs Coffee Shop American Food Californian Food Chinese Food French Food Indian Food Italian Food Japanese Food Mexican Food Seafood Barbecue/Southern Fast Food Grill Jewish/Kosher Food Steak House Turkish Food African Food Pizza Snacks Beverages Breakfast Ice Cream Tapas Caribbean Food Sushi Accommodation All Hotel Other Accommodation Shopping All Apparel Accessories Books Computers Electronics Convenience Stores Department Stores Gifts Grocery Stores Home Garden Housewares Office Supply Pharmacies Shopping centers Sporting Goods Wine Beer Liquor ATM/Banking Attraction All Major Attractions Amusement Parks Beach Historic Landmarks Park Gardens Tourist Information Wineries Zoos Aquariums

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Map/View Settings u POI List 34 System Setup Recreation All Bowling Alley Golfing Skiing Winter Sports Sport Centers Stadiums Tracks Camps RV Parks Art Entertainment All Bar Pubs Casinos Movie Theaters Museum Galleries Night Clubs Performing Arts Transport Travel All Border Crossing Train Station Ferry Terminal Commuter Train Bus Station Airport Rent a Car Facility Parking Lot Parking Garage Park and Ride Rest Area Emergency Services All Hospital/Medical Center Fire Starions Police Stations Community Services All City Halls Community Centers Court Houses Fire Stations Police Stations Post Offices Everyday Life All Fitness Gyms Libraries Places of Worship Schools Colleges Universities

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35 System Setup Track Log Setup You can select whether the system creates a visual log of where you have ridden by spreading tracking dots “breadcrumbs.” These breadcrumbs appear for any map scale up to and including 30 miles. Track Log Setup Screen Access the Track Log Setup screen to change the track log settings. 1. Press Home button on the center panel or press Home switch on the left handlebar. 2. Select Navigation. 3. Press Enter on the center panel or press switch on the left handlebar. 4. Select Menu. 5. Select Setup. 6. Select Track Log Setup. ENT

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Track Log Setup u Import Track 36 System Setup 7. Select an option. The following options are available: ● Display Track: Shows the breadcrumbs on the map. ● Recording Track: Starts recording the track log. When this option is disabled the recording stops and the recorded track log is added to the list of tracks. 2 P. 37 ● Import Track: Imports the track log from the connected USB. ● Export Track to USB: Exports the track log to the connected USB. 2 P. 37 ● Tracks: Displays the list of tracks. 2 P. 37 Import Track You can import a track data from a USB. 1. Connect the USB. 2 P. 9 2. Select Import Track on the Track Log Setup screen. 2 P. 35 3. Select the track to import. uSelect Import All to import all the tracks. NOTE • Display Track and Recording Track are set to off as factory default. • Up to 15 tracks can be recorded. NOTE • A maximum of 15 tracks can be recorded. You will need to delete an existing track to use Import Track. 2 P. 37 • A file which has /“ : or space in the filename is not displayed.

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Track Log Setup u Export Track to USB 37 System Setup Export Track to USB You can export the track data to a USB. 1. Connect the USB. 2 P. 9 2. Select Export Track to USB on the Track Log Setup screen. 2 P. 35 3. Select the track to export. uSelect Export All to export all the tracks. Tracks View replay or delete the track. 1. Select Tracks on the Track Log Setup screen. 2 P. 35 2. Select the track. 3. Select an option. The following options are available: ● View On Map: Displays the track on the map. ● Navigate to Start Point: Sets the route to the starting point of the track. 2 P. 53 ● Delete Track: Deletes the track. Select YES on the confirmation screen.

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38 System Setup Other Navigation Settings Interface Language Change the interface language. 1. Press Home button on the center panel or press Home switch on the left handlebar. 2. Select Audio setting. 3. Select General setting. 4. Select Language. 5. Select the desired language. uFor more information see the Owner’s Manual. Voice Guidance Language Change the language for voice guidance. 1. Press Home button on the center panel or press Home switch on the left handlebar. 2. Select Audio setting. 3. Select General setting.

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Other Navigation Settings u Map Screen Brightness 39 System Setup 4. Select TTS language. 5. Select the desired language for the voice guidance. uFor more information see the Owner’s Manual. Map Screen Brightness Adjust the display brightness for the map screen. 1. Press Home button on the center panel or press Home switch on the left handlebar. 2. Select Vehicle setting. 3. Select Day / Night. 4. Select the brightness level or select an option. The following options are available: ● Hold day mode: Set the map screen to Day mode. ● Hold night mode: Set the map screen to Night mode. uFor more information see the Owner’s Manual.

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40 System Setup Restore All Settings Reset all the menu and customized settings to the factory defaults. 1. Press Home button on the center panel or press Home switch on the left handlebar. 2. Select Audio setting. 3. Select General setting. 4. Select System reset. 5. Select YES. uFor more information see the Owner’s Manual. NOTE When you restore the settings all the data saved in the navigation system will be also deleted.

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Navigation This section describes how to enter a destination and follow the route to your destination. It also describes how to change your route or destination along the way. Map Menu .............................................P.42 Adjusting the Guidance Volume ............P.42 Navigation Menu...................................P.43 Entering a Destination ..........................P.44 Destination Input Screen........................P.44 Favorite .................................................P.44 Previous Destination ..............................P.45 Point of Interest.....................................P.45 Address.................................................P.47 Intersection ...........................................P.50 Phone Number ......................................P.51 Routes...................................................P.52 Tracks....................................................P.53 Map Input..............................................P.54 Calculating the Route........................... P.55 Destination Confirmation Screen............P.55 Editing the Route...................................P.55 Changing Route Preferences..................P.57 Riding to Your Destination................... P.59 Viewing the Route .................................P.59 Changing Your Route ........................... P.61 Canceling the Route ..............................P.61 Taking a Detour.....................................P.61 Adding Waypoints .................................P.62 Changing Your Destination .................. P.63 Finding an Emergency Service................ P.63 Entering a New Destination ................... P.64 Viewing Information ............................ P.65 Information Screen................................ P.65 Current Location Information ................ P.65 System Information ............................... P.66 Navigation

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42 Navigation Map Menu Access the map menu to use main navigation functions change the guidance volume set the route to your home location show or hide POI icons or clear the current guidance. 1. Press Home button on the center panel or press Home switch on the left handlebar. 2. Select Navigation. 3. Press Enter on the center panel or press switch on the left handlebar. 4. Select an option displayed at the bottom of the screen. The following options are available: ● Clear Guidance: Cancels the current route guidance. 2 P. 61 ● Go Home: Sets the route to your home location. 2 P. 16 ● Menu: Displays the navigation menu. 2 P. 43 ● Navi Volume: Changes the guidance volume. ● POI ON Default/POI OFF: Shows/hides POI icons on the map screen. You can select the categories of icons to show on the map screen. 2 P. 32 Adjusting the Guidance Volume 1. Select Navi Volume from the map menu. 2. Move the lever up or down to increase or decrease the guidance volume. 2 P. 11 ENT NOTE You can also push the lever up or down during the voice guidance to increase or decrease the guidance volume. VOL VOL

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43 Navigation Navigation Menu This section describes how to access the navigation menu to use main navigation functions. 1. Select Menu from the map menu. 2 P. 42 2. Select an option. The following options are available: ● Go Home: Sets the route to your home location. 2 P. 16 ● Destination Input: Selects your destination by selecting one of your favorite destinations or recent destinations selecting a point of interest entering an address or selecting a location on the map. 2 P. 44 ● Emergency: Searches for emergency services or displays information about your current location. 2 P. 63 ● Routes: Creates and saves the route with multiple destinations or edits the current route. 2 P. 26 P. 55 ● Information: Displays the different information. 2 P. 65 ● Setup: Customizes the settings related to the navigation function. 2 P. 20

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44 Navigation Entering a Destination This section describes how to find a location to set as your destination. Destination Input Screen Access the Destination Input screen to select a search method. 1. Select Destination Input from the navigation menu. 2 P. 43 2. Select an option. The following options are available: ● Favorite: Sets a destination by selecting a place stored in the Favorite list. ● Previous Destination: Sets a destination by selecting a previous destination. 2 P. 45 ● Point of Interest: Sets a destination by selecting a point of interest. 2 P. 45 ● Address: Sets a destination by entering an address. 2 P. 47 ● Intersection: Sets a destination by finding an intersection. 2 P. 50 ● Phone Number: Sets a destination by entering a phone number. 2 P. 51 Favorite Select a favorite location to use as the destination. 1. Select Favorite on the Destination Input screen. 2. Select your destination from the list. 3. Select GO to set the route to your destination. 2 P. 55 NOTE You can add edit or delete the favorite place. 2 P. 23

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Entering a Destination u Previous Destination 45 Navigation Previous Destination Select a location from a list of your 30 most recent destinations to use as the destination. 1. Select Previous Destination on the Destination Input screen. 2 P. 44 2. Select your destination from the list. 3. Select GO to set the route to your destination. 2 P. 55 Point of Interest Select the point of interest e.g. gas stations restaurants hotels stored in the map database to search for the destination. 1. Select Point of Interest on the Destination Input screen. 2 P. 44 2. Select a category. NOTE • You can save a previous destination as your favorite or home location. Press and hold Enter on the center panel or switch on the left handlebar while the place is selected and then select Save to Favorite or Set to Home. • If you want to remove a location from the list press and hold Enter on the center panel or switch on the left handlebar while the place is selected and then select Delete. ENT ENT

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Entering a Destination u Point of Interest 46 Navigation 3. Select a subcategory. uIf the subcategory screen is not displayed proceed to step 4. 4. Select a location from the list. 5. Select GO to set the route to your destination. 2 P. 55 ❙ Changing the Search Area By default the system finds locations closest to your current location. You can find a location near another city or location. 1. Select Point of Interest on the Destination Input screen. 2 P. 44 2. Select Change Search Area. 3. Select an option. The following options are available: ● City: Searches near the city you enter. ● Current city: Searches near your current city. ● Near Current Location Default: Searches near your current location. ● Along Route: Searches along your current route. ● Near Destination: Searches near your current destination. NOTE You can save the found location as your favorite or home location. Press and hold Enter on the center panel or switch on the left handlebar while the place is selected and then select Save to Favorite or Set to Home. ENT NOTE • Along Route and Near Destination are available when the route is active. • When you select City the confirmation screen may be displayed. Select YES and enter the state name then city name.

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Entering a Destination u Address 47 Navigation Address Enter an address to use as the destination. ❙ Address Screen 1. Select Address on the Destination Input screen. 2 P. 44 2. Select an option. The following options are available: ● Street Name: Searches for your destination street. ● City Name: Searches for your destination city. 2 P. 48 ● Zip-code: Searches for your destination zip code. 2 P. 49 ● Country/State: Sets the country/state in which to search. 2 P. 50 ❙ Street Name 1. Select Street Name on the Address screen. 2. Enter the street name and select OK. 3. Select the street from the list. NOTE Unless Country/State is set the other options cannot be selected.

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Entering a Destination u Address 48 Navigation 4. Enter the house number and select OK. uIf you want to search for the selected street select Skip. 5. Select the house number from the list. uIf prompted enter the city name and select OK then select the city from the list. 6. Select GO to set the route to your destination. 2 P. 55 ❙ City Name 1. Select City Name on the Address screen. 2 P. 47 2. Enter the city name and select OK. 3. Select the city from the list. 4. Enter the street name and select OK. 5. Select the street from the list. NOTE The order of the steps may change depending on the map data loaded on your system.

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Entering a Destination u Address 49 Navigation 6. Enter the house number and select OK. uIf you want to search for the selected street select Skip. 7. Select the house number from the list. 8. Select GO to set the route to your destination. 2 P. 55 ❙ Zip-Code 1. Select Zip-code on the Address screen. 2 P. 47 2. Enter the zip code and select OK. 3. Select the zip code from the list. 4. Enter the street name and select OK. 5. Select the street from the list. uIf prompted enter the house number and select OK then select the house number from the list. 6. Select GO to set the route to your destination. 2 P. 55 NOTE • When you select Skip in step 6 the system may display the list of zip codes. If so select the zip code and proceed to step 8. • The order of the steps may change depending on the map data loaded on your system. NOTE The order of the steps may change depending on the map data loaded on your system.

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Entering a Destination u Intersection 50 Navigation ❙ Country/State Set the country/state in which to search. 1. Select Country/State on the Address screen. 2 P. 47 2. Enter the country/state name and select OK. 3. Select the country/state from the list. Intersection Select the intersection of two streets as the destination. 1. Select Intersection on the Destination Input screen. 2 P. 44 2. Select Street Name. 3. Enter the first street name and select OK. 4. Select the street from the list. uIf prompted enter the city name and select OK then select the city from the list. 5. Enter the second street name and select OK. 6. Select the street from the list. 7. Select GO to set the route to your destination. 2 P. 55

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Entering a Destination u Phone Number 51 Navigation ❙ Changing Country/State Change the country/state in which to search. 1. Select Intersection on the Destination Input screen. 2 P. 44 2. Select Country/State. 3. Enter the country/state name and select OK. 4. Select the country/state from the list. Phone Number Search for your destination by entering a phone number. 1. Select Phone Number on the Destination Input screen. 2 P. 44 2. Enter the phone number and select OK.

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Entering a Destination u Routes 52 Navigation 3. Select the location from the list. 4. Select GO to set the route to your destination. 2 P. 55 Routes Set the route by selecting one of the saved routes. 1. Select Routes from the navigation menu. 2 P. 43 2. Select Routes from the route menu list. 3. Select a saved route from the list. 4. Select Set Destination. 5. Select GO to set the route to your destination. 2 P. 55 NOTE You can save edit or delete the route. 2 P. 26

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Entering a Destination u Tracks 53 Navigation Tracks Set the route using a recorded track. The starting point of the selected track is set to your destination. 1. Select Setup from the navigation menu. 2 P. 43 2. Select Track Log Setup. 3. Select Tracks. 4. Select the track. 5. Select Navigate to Start Point. 6. Select GO to set the route to your destination. 2 P. 55

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Entering a Destination u Map Input 54 Navigation Map Input Select an icon or a location as the destination. 1. Scroll the map then select any point street intersection or POI icon. 2 P. 10 2. Select Set Destination. uSelecting POI displays a list of POIs around the location you selected. When selecting a POI from the list proceed to step 3. 3. Select GO to set the route to your destination. 2 P. 55 NOTE You can save the location as your favorite or home location. Select Save to Favorite or Set to Home in step 2.

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55 Navigation Calculating the Route This section describes how to calculate your route. Destination Confirmation Screen When you select your destination the Destination Confirmation screen is displayed. Confirm your destination address the estimated distance /time and the calculated route before setting the route. If necessary edit destinations or change the route preferences. 1. Select the search method to find your destination. 2 P. 44 2. Select an option. The following options are available: ● ● GO: Sets the route to your destination. The system calculates and displays the route on the map screen. Edit Option: Edits your destinations and route. ● Route Option: Changes the route preferences. 2 P. 57 Editing the Route Rearrange add or delete destinations and save the route using the edit menu. ❙ Edit Option Screen Access the Edit Option screen by selecting Edit Option on the Destination Confirmation screen. When en route access the screen as follows: 1. Select Routes from the navigation menu. 2 P. 43

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Calculating the Route u Editing the Route 56 Navigation 2. Select Current Route. 3. Select Edit Option. 4. Select an option. The following options are available: ● Rearrange Waypoints: Changes the order of destinations. ● Delete Waypoints: Deletes a destination. 2 P. 57 ● Add Destination: Adds a waypoint. 2 P. 62 ● Rename: Changes the name of the route. Enter the new name and select OK. ● Delete: Removes the route from the list of saved routes. ● Save as Route: Adds the route to the list of saved routes. 2 P. 57 ❙ Changing the Order of Destinations 1. Select Rearrange Waypoints on the Edit Option screen. 2 P. 55 2. Select the destination to move. 3. Move the selected destination to the desired position. 4. Press Enter on the center panel or press switch on the left handlebar. NOTE • Rearrange Waypoints and Delete Waypoints are available when the route has multiple destinations. • Rename Delete and Save as Route are available when the route is saved. 2 P. 26 ENT

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Calculating the Route u Changing Route Preferences 57 Navigation ❙ Deleting a Destination 1. Select Delete Waypoints on the Edit Option screen. 2 P. 55 2. Select the destination to delete. 3. Select YES. ❙ Saving the Route 1. Select Save as Route on the Edit Option screen. 2 P. 55 2. Enter the route name and select OK. Changing Route Preferences Recalculate the current route using another route preference. ❙ Route Option Screen Access the Route Option screen by selecting Route Option on the Destination Confirmation screen. 2 P. 55 When en route access the screen as follows: 1. Select Routes from the navigation menu. 2 P. 43 NOTE You can use a saved route. 2 P. 52

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Calculating the Route u Changing Route Preferences 58 Navigation 2. Select Current Route. 3. Select Route Option. 4. Select an option. The following options are available: ● Fastest Default: Calculates routes that are faster to ride but can be longer in distance. ● Shortest: Calculates routes that are shorter in distance but can take more time to ride. ● Avoid Expressways: Avoids expressways. ● Avoid Toll Roads: Avoids toll roads. ● Avoid Tunnels: Avoids tunnels. ● Avoid Ferries: Avoids ferries. ● Avoid Carpool: Avoids car share lanes. ● Avoid U-Turn: Avoids u-turns. ● View Route: Displays the entire route. 2 P. 60 ● Detour: Calculates a detour route. 2 P. 61 ● Dynamic Route Guidance: Set the dynamic route guidance feature. NOTE Dynamic Route Guidance is optional. Consult your dealer for details.

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59 Navigation Riding to Your Destination Viewing the Route This section describes how to follow the route guidance to your destination. ❙ Map Screen After calculating the route to your destination the route is displayed on the map screen. 2 P. 55 As you ride the system tracks your position on the map in real time and provides guidance as you approach each guidance point on the route. 2 P. 15 At the left of the map screen the estimated arrival time and distance are displayed. When you are in the route with multiple destinations you can check the estimated time and distance of each destination by selecting the flag icon. The next guidance point and its distance from the current position are displayed at the top right of the screen. On a multilane road the lane information is also available. The lanes and their directions are displayed with small arrows. The lanes you should take will be shown in white. ❙ Guidance Screen The guidance screen will be displayed when you get close to the next turn. A countdown bar appears in the screen when you are approaching a turn. ❙ Intersection View Screen The intersection view screen displays a view of the upcoming intersection and which lane you should be driving. NOTE When you set Guidance Mode to Map only the next maneuver is displayed. 2 P. 30

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Riding to Your Destination u Viewing the Route 60 Navigation ❙ Entire Route You can check the entire route by selecting View Route on the Route Option screen. 2 P. 57 ❙ Deviating From the Planned Route If you go off the route the system automatically recalculates a route to the desired destination based on your current location and direction.

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61 Navigation Changing Your Route Canceling the Route Clear a destination to stop the route guidance. 1. While the map screen is displayed press Enter on the center panel or press switch on the left handlebar. 2. Select Clear Guidance. uWhen you are in the route with multiple destinations select a destination to clear or select Clear All Route to clear all destinations. 3. Select YES. Taking a Detour Calculate a new route to avoid something ahead of you. The system creates a new route if possible and attempts to get you back on your original route as quickly as possible. 1. Select Detour on the Route Option screen. 2 P. 57 2. Select the street to avoid. 3. Press Back button on the center panel twice or press Back switch on the left handlebar twice. 4. Select GO to set the new route. ENT NOTE If your current route is the only reasonable option the system might not calculate a detour.

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Changing Your Route u Adding Waypoints 62 Navigation Adding Waypoints Add up to 8 waypoints along the route to your destination. 1. While en route select a search method to add a new destination or waypoint. 2 P. 44 2. Select Add As Waypoint. uSelect Set As New Destination to set the location as your new destination. 3. Move the location to the desired position. 4. Press Enter on the center panel or press switch on the left handlebar. 5. Select NO. uSelect YES and repeat steps 1 through 4 to add another waypoint. 6. Select GO. ❙ Adding Waypoints from the Edit Option Screen 1. Select Add Destination on the Edit Option screen. 2 P. 55 2. Select a search method to add a new destination or waypoint. 2 P. 44 3. Move the location to the desired position. 4. Press Enter on the center panel or press switch on the left handlebar. 5. Select NO. uSelect YES and repeat steps 1 through 4 to add another waypoint. 6. Select GO. ENT ENT

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63 Navigation Changing Your Destination Finding an Emergency Service Search for a fire department hospital or police station around your current location. 1. Select Emergency from the navigation menu. 2 P. 43 uSelect OK if the confirmation screen is displayed. 2. Select Fire Department Hospital or Police. uPlaces of your selected category are listed with the nearest place at the top. 3. Select a location from the list. 4. Select GO to set the route to your destination. uYou can edit destinations or route preferences. 2 P. 55 P. 57 ❙ Viewing Information about Your Current Location View the address and coordinates of your current location. 1. Select Emergency from the navigation menu. 2 P. 43 uSelect OK if the confirmation screen is displayed. 2. Select Current Location.

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Changing Your Destination u Entering a New Destination 64 Navigation uThe address and coordinates of your current location are displayed. Entering a New Destination This section describes how to change or add a new destination to your route. 1. Select a search method to enter a new destination. 2 P. 44 2. Select an option. The following options are available: ● Set As New Destination: Clears the current route and starts the new route to the location. ● Add As Waypoint: Adds the location as a waypoint. 2 P. 62

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65 Navigation Viewing Information You can check the different information such as your current location or navigation system. Information Screen Access the Information screen and check the different information. 1. Select Information from the navigation menu. 2 P. 43 2. Select an option. The following options are available: ● ● Current Location: Displays the address and coordinates of your current location. Traffic: Displays the traffic events near your location or on your route. ● Weather: Displays the current weather information. ● System Information: Displays information about the navigation system and map database. 2 P. 66 ● SiriusXM ® Subscriptions: Displays information about SiriusXM ® subscriptions. SiriusXM ® is a registered trademark of SiriusXM Radio Inc. Current Location Information View the address and coordinates of your current location. 1. Select Current Location on the Information screen. uThe address and coordinates of your current location are displayed. NOTE Traffic Weather and SiriusXM ® Subscriptions are optional. Consult your dealer for details.

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Viewing Information u System Information 66 Navigation System Information View information about the navigation system and map database. 1. Select System Information on the Information screen. 2 P. 65 uThe system information is displayed.

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Troubleshooting System Messages ................................. P.68 Troubleshooting ................................... P.70 Hardware.............................................. P.70 Voice Guidance ..................................... P.70 Screen................................................... P.70 Software ............................................... P.71 Routing................................................. P.72 GPS Signal............................................. P.74 Troubleshooting

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68 Troubleshooting System Messages Screen Message Explanation – Suggested Action Maximum number of favorite reached. Do you want to edit favorite Favorite entry has reached the maximum number. Delete a favorite entry to save a new location. Select YES to proceed to the Favorite List screen and delete a favorite location. 2 P. 24 Route to selected destination cannot be calculated. There is no available route to the selected destination. Try another destination. No data found Searched POI was not found. Try another POI. Reached the maximum number of waypoints. Do you want to delete a waypoint Waypoint entry has reached the maximum number. Delete a waypoint entry to add another waypoint. Select YES to proceed to the Delete Waypoint screen and select a destination to delete. 2 P. 57 Reached the maximum number of routes. Route entry has reached the maximum number. Delete a route entry to create or import a route. 2 P. 28 In case of emergency please contact the facility to verify their availability before proceeding. Message for emergency confirmation. Read the message and select OK. Reached the maximum number of favorites. Favorite entry has reached the maximum number. Delete a favorite entry to save a new location. 2 P. 24 The data is not valid. Imported route favorite and track were corrupted. Check if the data was copied correctly to the USB. Unable to export. Export route favorite and track were not succeeded. Reconnect the USB flash drive and try importing again. If the problem persists try using another USB flash drive. Route to selected destination was calculated. But one or more route options were not avoided. Some of selected avoid options were not avoided to calculate the route.

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System Messages 69 Troubleshooting Reached the maximum number of tracks. Track entry has reached the maximum number. Delete a track entry to record or import a track. 2 P. 37 The import of the following Favorite failed. Importing Favorite from USB failed. Reconnect the USB flash drive and try importing again. If the problem persists try using another USB flash drive. The import of the following Route failed. Importing Route from USB failed. Reconnect the USB flash drive and try importing again. If the problem persists try using another USB flash drive. The import of the following Track failed. Importing Track from USB failed. Reconnect the USB flash drive and try importing again. If the problem persists try using another USB flash drive. Selected street does not contain any intersections. When entering the destination by intersection the intersection was not included in the first street. Enter the street contains an intersection. Destination is not reachable Un-reachable destination was set. Try another destination. Screen Message Explanation – Suggested Action

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70 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Hardware Voice Guidance Screen PROBLEM EXPLANATION The vehicle position icon is not correct position while I’m riding my motorcycle. Satellite reception has been lost or moved your motorcycle without engine on. Icon will recover during driving. PROBLEM EXPLANATION I did not hear the voice guidance when I expected to hear it. If the Navi Volume is turned fully off or “Mute” is selected you will not hear the voice guidance. Also since the voice guidance can be routed through the speakers or the headphones check that you are listening to the sound source you selected. PROBLEM EXPLANATION While I ride my screen shows “purple dots” on it. What do they mean These are called “breadcrumbs.” They appear if Display Track is set to on in the track log settings. The default is off. 2 P. 35 After using the cursor radius point locator I resumed riding but the map display is frozen. If you resume riding after using this feature without removing it from the screen the screen will continue to display the last map screen until you terminate the point locator feature. I get inconsistent results when I type in initials searching for a location. The database includes some entries that leave spaces between initials and some entries that do not. If your entry fails try the alternative.

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Troubleshooting u Software 71 Troubleshooting Software PROBLEM EXPLANATION How do I obtain a navigation update Contact your dealer. How can I determine the software version in my Navigation System Select System Information on the Information screen. 2 P. 65 When is my city going to become part of a fully verified detailed coverage area The mapping database supplier is constantly verifying new and existing areas that currently show on the map as unverified. Alaska and Hawaii are covered. Will the navigation system work outside North America It will work in Hawaii Alaska Canada and Mexico as well as the continental U.S. Why is the street I am on not on the map It has been here for a year. The mapping database is constantly undergoing revision. Contact your dealer.

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Troubleshooting u Routing 72 Troubleshooting Routing PROBLEM EXPLANATION My system does not route me the same way I would go. Why is this In some situations your local knowledge may generate a better route than the data currently available to the system. I entered a new route with waypoints that would create a loop starting and ending at my current location and turned off the ignition. When I turned the system on again the route was gone. Shutting the system after entering a loop from your current location cancels the route. The system assumes you reached your destination. You can save the route before turning off the ignition. 2 P. 57 I stopped for coffee about 220 yards 200 meters from my route destination. When I started up again the route was no longer in the system. If you turn the ignition off when you are within 220 yards 200 meters of your destination the system assumes you have reached your destination. I went more than 33 yards 30 meters off my route but the system did not alert me. The automatic re-routing feature will normally give you visual and voice alerts if you move more than 33 yards 30 meters off route. However some situations such as riding on a road that closely parallels another road may prevent activation of this feature because the system may be reading your location on the other road within the 33 yards 30 meters limit. As explained in System Limitations there are elements that can affect the accuracy of all GPS equipment. The navigation system does not provide information for some roads or POIs. -The navigation system’s map database does not contain all the information. -Update the map data. Contact your dealer.

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Troubleshooting u Routing 73 Troubleshooting The vehicle position icon is not correct position. The process of map matching may take time to start working when you start riding from the place does not contain the road such as parking. In addition it may occur when there is a problem with GPS or the satellite reception or there is another road near your current position. The navigation system continuously recalculates the route. The system may continuously recalculate the route depending on the road shape. The navigation system does not stop routing though I arrived at the destination. The system may not judge correctly whether you arrive at or pass the location depending on the GPS status. The distance unit is not what I set. It may recover as you keep the ignition on. The route guidance stops. When you use the navigation of Apple CarPlay TM the route guidance on the navigation system is cleared. A road that I selected to avoid is being used when routing. The system might calculate the route containing the road you select to avoid if it cannot find another route to your destination. Lane information is not displayed or it sometimes looks different. Lane information may not be displayed correctly depending on the road shape. On the guidance screen or the intersection view screen the latest lane information is displayed based on your vehicle position. The route set on the website looks different when imported. The route will be optimized by the map software in the navigation system. The route may be changed when it is recalculated. PROBLEM EXPLANATION

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Troubleshooting u GPS Signal 74 Troubleshooting GPS Signal How do I stop the map scale from changing as I drive along Disable Auto Zoom. 2 P. 31 When Auto Zoom is enabled automatic zooming on the map for optimal viewing will be activated. The guidance volume is too quiet/loud. The audio volume and the guidance volume can be adjusted separately. 2 P. 42 No results found when searching for a destination by a phone number. Enter the country calling code and then enter the phone number. The vehicle position icon is not exactly where I am when the system calculates the route. The vehicle position icon will recover as you ride. When I set a route and turned the ignition off then on the route disappeared. The system may take time to resume the guidance depending on the GPS status or the route. PROBLEM EXPLANATION The Navigation System is unable to acquire a proper GPS signal. Make sure there is nothing blocking the GPS antenna located near the left saddlebag. 2 P. 6 If there is not move the vehicle to an open space away from tall buildings trees etc. How long should it take for my system to become GPS-ready if it has not been used for some time In a garage or other area that would interfere with receiving GPS signals turn on the ignition for four minutes. Then move your motorcycle outside to a clear area where it should be able to pick up GPS signals. If you don’t receive any signals contact your dealer. PROBLEM EXPLANATION

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Technical Consumer Information System Limitations............................... P.76 Database Limitations ............................. P.79 Customer Support ................................ P.80 Honda Customer Support...................... P.80 Legal Information................................. P.81 End User Terms................................. P.81 Technical Consumer Information

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76 Technical Consumer Information System Limitations Although your Navigation System is a highly sophisticated piece of equipment you may find it has certain limitations. The system uses signals from the Global Positioning System GPS to determine its current location. The GPS is operated by the U.S. Department of Defense. The system is subject to changes that could affect the accuracy and performance of all GPS equipment including your Navigation System. ❙ Favorable Reception Areas for GPS Signals GPS reception is best in open areas with no trees tall buildings or other tall objects that can interfere with the signal.

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System Limitations 77 Technical Consumer Information ❙ Unfavorable Reception Areas for GPS Signals The following areas restrict GPS signal reception. However these obstacles do not interfere with the operation of the speed sensor in your motorcycle that tracks your movement along the route. Be aware that high rise buildings may diffuse your GPS signal and cause an inaccurate display of your current location on the map screen. If this occurs the GPS icon on the top of the screen shows its signal strength and displays poor GPS satellite reception by the strength bar. If the satellite reception has been lost the icon will be grayed-out. Low GPS satellite position less than 10 degrees on the horizon. Areas with tall buildings. Areas with tall trees. Enclosed or indoor areas such as parking lots or tunnels. The bottom level of multiple-level highways.

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System Limitations 78 Technical Consumer Information Although the system will direct you to your desired destination it may not always do it by what you consider to be the most direct route. The points of interest listings are not as complete in outlying areas as they are in metropolitan areas. For example only limited numbers of gas stations restaurants supermarkets banks etc. are included. In outlying areas you may not find listings for places you know exist and the facilities listed may not be the closest. This is also true for police agencies and hospitals. Always check with local information sources if you need law enforcement or hospital services. On rare occasions you may find that the system “reboots.” This is indicated by the display returning to the logo screen. A reboot can be caused by a number of things including excessive heat or shock. It does not necessarily indicate a problem that requires service. After the system completes the reboot it should allow you to complete whatever functions you were performing before the reboot. Honda has made every effort to verify that the system’s database was accurate at the time it was created. However businesses do close or move to new locations and new businesses start in the old locations. For this reason you may occasionally find inaccurate information when you select and ride to a point of interest. The number of these inaccuracies will increase as time goes on. However database updates are available annually. See the Owner’s Manual for details. Loss of Satellite Signal If the system loses power for more than five minutes it takes a while to reacquire the GPS signal satellite positions. ● The ignition must be turned to ON or ACC. ● The motorcycle must be parked outside away from buildings. ● The motorcycle should be stationary. Acquiring the signal takes longer if the motorcycle is moving. The average acquiring time is about five minutes but it can take as long as 30 minutes. If the system is unable to acquire a signal follow the instructions on the screen. Contact your local Honda dealer if a problem still persists.

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System Limitations u Database Limitations 79 Technical Consumer Information Database Limitations The navigation system’s digitized map database reflects the most complete and accurate data available at the time of production. Accordingly your copy may contain inaccurate or incomplete data or information due to the passage of time road construction changing conditions or other causes. In addition this database does not include analyze process consider or reflect any of the following categories of information: ● Population density ● Neighborhood quality or safety ● Availability or proximity of law enforcement ● Construction work zones or hazards ● Legal restrictions such as vehicular type weight load height and speed restrictions ● Road slope or grade ● Bridge height width weight or other limits ● Traffic facilities safety ● Pavement characteristics or conditions ● Special events We assume no liability for any incident that may result from an error in the program or from changed conditions not noted above.

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80 Technical Consumer Information Customer Support Honda Customer Support You may contact: ● U.S.: Honda Customer Service Motorcycle Division American Honda Motor Co. Inc. P.O. Box 2200 mailstop: 100-4C-7B Torrance CA 90509-2200. Telephone: 866 784-1870. ● Canada: Honda Customer Relations Honda Canada Inc. 180 Honda Boulevard Markham Ontario L6C 0H9 Telephone: 888 946-6329 Fax: 877 939-0909 e-Mail: honda_crch.honda.com

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81 Technical Consumer Information Legal Information End User Terms The data “Data” is provided for your personal internal use only and not for resale. It is protected by copyright and is subject to the following terms and conditions which are agreed to by you on the one hand and HONDA MOTOR CO. LTD. “Honda” and its licensors including their licensors and suppliers on the other hand. © 2017 HERE. All rights reserved. The Data for areas of Canada includes information taken with permission from Canadian authorities including: © Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada © Queens Printer for Ontario © Canada Post Corporation GeoBase ® © Department of Natural Resources Canada. HERE holds a non-exclusive license from the United States Postal Service ® to publish and sell ZIP+4 ® information. ©United States Postal Service ® 2017. Prices are not established controlled or approved by the United States Postal Service ® . The following trademarks and registrations are owned by the USPS: United States Postal Service USPS and ZIP+4. The Data for Mexico includes certain data from Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Geografía. ❙ Terms and Conditions Personal Use Only. You agree to use this Data together with the Satellite Linked Navigation System for the solely personal non-commercial purposes for which you were licensed and not for service bureau time-sharing or other similar purposes. Accordingly but subject to the restrictions set forth in the following paragraphs you agree not to otherwise reproduce copy modify decompile disassemble create any derivative works of or reverse engineer any portion of this Data and may not transfer or distribute it in any form for any purpose except to the extent permitted by mandatory laws. Restrictions. Except where you have been specifically licensed to do so by Honda and without limiting the preceding paragraph you may not a use this Data with any products systems or applications installed or otherwise connected to or in communication with vehicles capable of vehicle navigation positioning dispatch real time route guidance fleet management or similar applications or b with or in communication with any positioning devices or any mobile or wireless-connected electronic or computer devices including without limitation cellular phones palmtop and handheld computers pagers and personal digital assistants or PDAs. Warning. 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. Honda 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

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Index 84 Index A Add As Waypoint ....................................................................... 62 Add Destination ......................................................................... 62 Address ....................................................................................... 47 Country/State............................................................................ 50 Auto Zoom.................................................................................. 31 B Brightness ................................................................................... 39 C Change Search Area................................................................... 46 City Name ................................................................................... 48 Clear All Route ........................................................................... 19 Clear Guidance ........................................................................... 19 Current Location ........................................................................ 63 D Delete Waypoints....................................................................... 57 Destination Input ....................................................................... 44 Detour......................................................................................... 61 Display Track............................................................................... 36 E Edit Option ................................................................................. 55 Delete ....................................................................................... 56 Rename..................................................................................... 56 Emergency .................................................................................. 63 Export Track to USB ................................................................... 36 F Favorite .......................................................................................23 Deleting.....................................................................................24 Editing.......................................................................................24 Exporting...................................................................................25 Importing ..................................................................................23 Storing ......................................................................................23 Using.........................................................................................44 G Go ................................................................................................55 Go Home .....................................................................................16 Guidance Mode ..........................................................................30 Guidance Volume .......................................................................42 H Home Screen...............................................................................13 I Import Track ...............................................................................36 Information.................................................................................65 Intersection .................................................................................50 Country/State ............................................................................51 L Language ....................................................................................38 Left Handlebar..............................................................................8 Index Index

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85 Index M Map....................................................................................... 15 30 Map Input................................................................................... 54 Map Menu.................................................................................. 42 Map Screen Legend ................................................................... 14 Map Setup.................................................................................. 32 Map/View Settings..................................................................... 31 N Navi Volume............................................................................... 42 Navigate to Start Point.............................................................. 53 Navigation.................................................................................. 41 Navigation Menu....................................................................... 43 P Phone Number........................................................................... 51 POI Map Input................................................................................. 54 POI List........................................................................................ 32 POI OFF....................................................................................... 42 POI ON........................................................................................ 42 Point of Interest......................................................................... 45 Previous Destination.................................................................. 45 R Rearrange Waypoints................................................................ 56 Recording Track ......................................................................... 36 Route List.............................................................................. 15 30 Route Option ............................................................................. 57 Routes ......................................................................................... 26 Creating.................................................................................... 27 Deleting .................................................................................... 28 Exporting .................................................................................. 29 Importing .................................................................................. 27 Setting ...................................................................................... 52 S Save as Route ............................................................................. 57 Set As New Destination ............................................................. 64 Speed and Flow.......................................................................... 31 Street Name................................................................................ 47 System Controls............................................................................ 8 System Reset............................................................................... 40 T Track Log Setup.......................................................................... 35 Tracks .......................................................................................... 37 Using ........................................................................................ 53 TTS Language ............................................................................. 38 U USB Connector Location .............................................................. 9 V View Route ................................................................................. 60 Z Zip-Code ..................................................................................... 49

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