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2013 Black DVD Map Update v2.A0
This 2013 map update is the final release for your vehicle and quantities will be available while supplies last.
Hit the road with the latest navigation information at your fingertips. With the new Honda 2013 DVD Map Update, your direction will be guided by a system that promises optimal performance and identifies new highways, subdivisions, businesses, and points of interest. With map coverage that includes the 48 contiguous United States, your Honda will be equipped for travel both near and far.
Compatible with the following vehicles:
Honda Odyssey 2000-2004
Honda Pilot 2003-2005
2013 Black DVD Map Update v2.A0
- How does the navigation system work?
The Honda Navigation System receives signals from Global Positioning System (GPS) satellites and sophisticated vehicle sensors. A powerful computer in your vehicle then analyzes this data to pinpoint precisely the vehicle's location. In addition, the navigation system's DVD contains an immense database of maps, plus millions of points of special interest (POI).
- Can I play DVD movies or audio CDs with my navigation system?
No. Your navigational system was designed to provide navigational assistance only.
- Is the navigation system available in any other language?
No. The U.S. navigation system is only available in English.
- Can I use a different mapping database in my navigation system?
No. The system is not designed for other navigation programs or databases.
- How do I hide or display map icons?
The system allows you to hide or display most icons, including ATMs, gas stations and restaurants. To do this, go to the "Setup" screen, select "Show Icons On Map," then choose the icons you wish to display or hide.
Note : Some icons cannot be hidden. These include schools (small buildings with a flag), hospitals (Red Cross) and Honda dealers. For complete details on icons, refer to the navigation system owner's manual.
- What map coverage does my navigation system provide?
The system provides coverage for verified and unverified roads within the 48 contiguous United States.
- Can my navigation system provide coverage for Alaska or Hawaii?
The Coverage for Hawaii and Alaska is available.
- Can my navigation system provide coverage for Mexico or Canada?
No. Coverage for these states is not provided by the system.
- How can I find out what cities or areas are covered by my navigation system?
A detailed city listing for your navigation system DVD version is available online at www.hondanavi.com. There is no listing of cities with unverified coverage at this time. Note: The Honda Navigation Center cannot answer detailed technical or coverage questions. For help with technical of coverage issues, consult Honda Customer Service at 1-800-999-10091-800-999-1009.
- If I find an error in the database, how do I report it?
If the error pertains to a highway or "verified" main road (shown as dark-colored streets on the display), report it online at: http://update.navteq.com. If the error involves a light- brown "unverified" road, do not report it. These areas are provided for reference only. For errors in points of interest, keep in mind that the database may be out of date, depending on when the data was collected and when your DVD was purchased.
- What is meant by verified and unverified roads?
Verified roads have been thoroughly researched and accurately mapped. Early DVD versions included verified street information (shown as dark colors) for major metropolitan areas and the main roads connecting them to smaller cities - but did not include details on posted speed limits, one-way streets, addresses, etc.
Later DVD versions (Version 2.11 and above) included verified information about metro- area streets: posted speed limits, one-way street address, and address information, etc.
Unverified roads have been less accurately mapped. Shown as light brown on the display, they include most of the smaller cities and rural areas of the continental U.S. Navigation information on these roads may be less detailed. For example, the street information may lack posted speed limits, whether a street is one-way or not, some address information, etc.
- Can my navigation system provide routing information for addresses or places in unverified areas?
Yes. The driver can choose between a blue-dotted "vector line" that points toward the address or destination, or full navigation routing that includes cautions. The choice can be made in the "Setup" screen, under "Unverified Routing."
- When using my navigation system, why aren't all roads named?
In verified metropolitan areas (dark-colored streets), most roads are named. Occasional errors may result from name changes, street closures or the addition of new roads that have not yet been included in the database.
In unverified areas (light brown-colored streets), street names may be missing due to roadway construction, and some roads such as highway off-ramps and service roads may appear on the map as "Unnamed Road."
- Why isn't my address included in the navigation system database?
While every effort was made to provide a complete address database, not every address was available at the time of DVD authoring. An address located within a "verified" metropolitan area (dark-colored streets) may have been omitted because the area is located in a new subdivision, or there was a road-name change. Roads, street names and addresses located in an "unverified" area (light brown-colored streets) may be incomplete, missing or not shown accurately on the map due to roadway construction or other causes.While every effort was made to provide a complete address database, not every address was available at the time of DVD authoring. An address located within a "verified" metropolitan area (dark-colored streets) may have been omitted because the area is located in a new subdivision, or there was a road-name change. Roads, street names and addresses located in an "unverified" area (light brown-colored streets) may be incomplete, missing or not shown accurately on the map due to roadway construction or other causes.
- What is the fastest, easiest way to find an address?
When using the keyboard to locate an address, enter the state first-this will reduce the number of selections to choose from-then enter the city and street name.
The menu option "Map Input" can also be used to find a city, by jogging the joystick to select the address. And also remember that some cities may not be included within a larger metropolitan area.
- How do I delete addresses?
If the address is in your "Previous Destinations" list, go to the "Setup" screen, select "Previous," then touch the address (or addresses) you wish to delete. Touch "#all Addresses" to remove all addresses displayed.
Note: If you accidentally delete all addresses, touch "Cancel" (before exiting the screen) to restore them.
If the address is in your "Personal Address" list, go to "Setup," touch "Edit Personal Address" and follow the screen prompts.
The system can hold up to 20 previous destinations and will automatically delete the oldest entry as each new destination is entered. For more information on this and other address features, see your navigation system owner's manual, or consult your Honda dealership.
- What functions can the Voice-Activated Command System control?
No. This navigation system is not equipped with voice activation.
- My navigation system talks to me. Does this mean I have a Voice-Activated DVD Navigation System?
No. Your navigation system is not equipped with this feature. The voice heard while driving is the system providing guidance enroute to a destination. Volume can be adjusted in "Setup."
- Sometimes the system does not properly recognize a spoken command. What can I do to improve the system's performance?
No. This navigation system is not equipped with voice activation.
- When will the next DVD update be available?
Update DVDs are usually released in the fall of each year. This 2013 map update is the final release for your vehicle.
- How often do I need to purchase an updated navigation-system DVD disc?
Purchase of an update DVD is optional and not required for continued operation of your navigation system.
However, update DVDs offer a wealth of features and new information you may find helpful.
- What are the main differences between the DVD my system uses now and the update disc?
The mapping database team is constantly reviewing unverified areas, and converting them to more accurate detailed coverage. See the latest "map coverage" link, or the "Update History" link for a summary of the major cities added each year.
The Points of Interest (POI) database is constantly being refreshed. The refresh rate varies from area to area.
- How can I tell which navigation system DVD version I am currently using?
The version number is on the DVD inside your navigation-system unit. To obtain this number, carefully remove the DVD, and note the version number (Ver: x.xx) near the bottom of the DVD label. For information on how to remove the DVD, refer to the navigation system owner's manual ("DVD Removal") or consult your Honda dealership.
- Will an update DVD be compatible with my vehicle?
Yes. The latest version DVD will work in any Honda vehicle with a non-voice- activated navigation system with a black DVD. This update will not work in a voice-activated navigation system.
Note: Orange, black, white and turquoise-labeled DVDs are not interchangeable.
- If I install an update DVD, will I lose any of my personal information?
Personally entered information, such as "#address Books," "PINs" or "Previous Destinations," will not be affected by the update. However, some basic "Setup" adjustments such as "Volume" or "Brightness" may be reset to factory specification.
There is no method to “back-up” or save personal information.
- Are replacement or update DVDs available at my dealership, or are they purchased elsewhere?
Dealerships do not stock these items but may order the disc as a courtesy for you. Replacement and update DVDs may be ordered online at www.hondanavi.com. An update disc may also be ordered by calling the Honda Navigation Center at 1-888-291-46751-888-291-4675. Please note the operators cannot answer detailed technical or coverage questions. For help with technical or coverage issues, consult Honda Customer Service at 1-800-999-10091-800-999-1009.
- What is the price of an update or replacement DVD?
Your update or replacement DVD is $149 plus tax and shipping.
- When will my order ship?
Orders placed by 11:30 a.m. Pacific Standard Time will be processed and shipped that same day. Delivery time depends upon the shipping method you select.
- If I'm not happy with my new DVD, can I reinstall my previous disc?
Yes. Your previous disc can be reinstalled, but your dealer must perform the procedure. There may be some loss of personal information entered while using the new DVD.
- What is the return policy for update or replacement DVDs?
Products purchased on or after April 1, 2009 and purchased directly from NAVTEQ can be returned to NAVTEQ for refund or exchange.
· Only products purchased direct from NAVTEQ can be returned to NAVTEQ for refund or exchange.
· You may return the item within 30 days of shipment. Requests for returns and exchanges made after 30 days will not be honored.
· The credit card used to purchase will be credited for the original purchase plus applicable sales tax. If your order included discounted products, the refund will be given on the lower-priced product.
· Proof of purchase is required and must accompany the returned items. A copy of the packing list that came with your product can be used for this purpose.
· Items must be returned in their original container and must not be damaged. You are responsible for returned freight costs.
To return a product, call the Honda Navigation Center at 1-888-291-46751-888-291-4675br />· Request a Return Authorization Number
· Clearly print the authorization number on the outside of the package.
· Ship the product via courier service or insured mail. Insure the package and keep the receipt. For your protection we suggest you retain the tracking number of the shipment in the unlikely event your product is lost in transit. NAVTEQ is not responsible for lost packages.
· Return the package, with proof of purchase, in original container to the address provided by the Honda Navigation Center.
· If the carton has been damaged during shipping a claim must be made to FEDEX at 1-800-463-33391-800-463-3339 or (1-800-goFedEx) or on-line at FEDEX.com
Note: The Honda Navigation Center cannot answer detailed technical or coverage questions. If you have any questions, please consult Honda Customer Service at 1-800-999-10091-800-999-1009.
- Occasionally, I see white dots on the screen. Is something wrong with my navigation system?
No. Your system is operating properly. The white dots you see are off-road tracking dots that illustrate your path when driving a Pilot off of a mapped road. Also known as the “breadcrumbs”, these dots allow you to later retrace the route back to a mapped road. They can be turned on or off at the "Setup" screen under "Track Off-Road Position."
- If I find an error in the database, how do I report it?
NIf the error pertains to a highway or "verified" main road (shown as dark-colored streets on the display), report it online at: http://update.navteq.com.
If the error involves a light- brown "unverified" road, do not report it. These areas are provided for reference only.
For errors in points of interest, keep in mind that the database may be out of date, depending on when the data was collected and when your DVD was purchased.
- I forgot my PIN or have a previously owned vehicle with an existing PIN. How can I retrieve an old PIN or enter a new one?
An old PIN cannot be retrieved. If you forget your PIN, have a vehicle with a previous PIN, or wish to enter a new one, your Honda dealership will have to install it and reset the system for you. You can also visit https://radio-navicode.honda.com/ to retrieve your code using this website by providing identity verification and vehicle information in a few simple steps.
Note: A PIN is optional. If you decide to use one, it's advisable that you record it somewhere.
- If I have a problem with my navigation system, where should I have it repaired?
All repairs should be performed by an authorized Honda dealership.
2013 Black DVD Map Update v2.A0
NAVIGATION SYSTEM DVD RECORD OF UPDATES
Below is a record of annual updates applicable to your navigation system DVD for your selected vehicle.
How to determine your DVD version, and determine if you need a new version:
The version number is near the bottom of the DVD label. For a particular version number (like 3.30d), the map coverage typically remains the same during the entire model year. However, in some cases there may be minor software updates - in this case, the letter designation (like the "d" in 3.30d) will change. In this case, there are usually no changes to the map data on this DVD.
Black DVD – 2013 Update
Highlighted cities indicate that it is a new added Detailed Coverage Area.
U.S. Detailed Coverage Areas
Central Valley – including Fresno, Merced, Modesto and Stockton
Los Angeles/San Diego Metro
San Francisco Bay (approximately Monterey to Sonoma) – including Monterey County and Hollister
Southern California Area – including Bakersfield and San Luis Obispo
Denver/Boulder/Colorado Springs/Ski Resorts Metro area – including Ft. Collins
New Haven Metro
Entire state, including Dover, Wilmington Metro area, New Castle County
Cape Canaveral/Cocoa Beach/Titusville
Fort Myers Metro area – including Naples
Jacksonville Metro – including St. Johns County
Miami/Fort Lauderdale/West Palm Beach Metro
Orlando/Daytona Beach/Melbourne area – including Osceola County
Tampa Bay/St. Petersburg Metro – including Pasco and Manatee Counties
Hawaii (all cities for the following islands)
Sun Valley Ski Resorts
Bloomington - Normal
Chicago Metro (to Wisconsin border) – including Lake County, IN and Dekalb County, IL
East St. Louis Metro
Kansas City/Leavenworth Metro
New Orleans Metro
Bar Harbor/Acadia National Park
State of (partial) - Baltimore/Washington D.C. – including Charles and Carroll Counties
Boston/Cape Cod Metro
Springfield Metro area
Complete coverage of all cities in Barnstable, Berkshire, Bristol, Essex, Hampshire, Hampden, Middlesex, Norfolk, Plymouth, Suffolk, and Worcester Counties
Detroit Metro area – including Ann Arbor, Pontiac, Flint, Clinton, Eaton, and Monroe Counties
Northern Michigan Resort Area, including Traverse City, Elk Rapids, Petoskey, Charlevoix, Boyne City, and Harbor Springs
Saginaw - Midland
Southern Michigan – including Kalamazoo, Southeast Michigan – including Detroit- Grand Rapids-Lansing
Minneapolis/St. Paul Metro – including cities in Anoka Scott and Carver Counties
Kansas City (KS-MO) Metro – including Platte County
Lake of the Ozarks
St Louis Metro (IL-MO) – including additional cities in Jefferson County
Lincoln (Lancaster County)
Las Vegas Metro
The State of (partial) - including Laconia , Keene, Lebanon, Manchester, Concord, Franklin, Portsmouth, Dover, Rochester, Somersworth
Southern New Jersey, including Atlantic City/Cape May/Cumberland Metro
Trenton Metro – including Ocean and Hunterdon Counties
Taos Ski Resorts
Buffalo – including Erie and Niagara Counties
Eastern New York, including: The Adirondack, Oneonta-Cooperstown, New York City Metro, Albany, Glen Falls, Schenectady, Troy
Rochester – including cities in Monroe County
Cincinnati Metro – including Butler County
Cleveland Metro – including Geauga County
Toledo (Lucas County)
Southwest Pennsylvania – including Pittsburgh and Washington County
State College/University Park
Greenville/Spartanburg – including additional cities in Greenville and Spartanburg Counties
Myrtle Beach Metro
Rock Hill Metro
Memphis Metro – including Desoto and Tunica Counties
Dallas/Fort Worth Metro – including additional cities in Grayson County
Houston Metro – including additional cities in Galveston County
San Antonio Metro
South Padre Island
Salt Lake City Metro
State of (partial) – including Burlington, Montpelier
Washington D.C. detailed area – including Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax, Falls Church, Fauquier County, Fredericksburg City, Manassas, and additional cities in Loudoun and Prince William Counties
Shenandoah National Park
Williamsburg/Norfolk/Virginia Beach Metro – including Charles City, Hopewell, Kent, and Prince George Counties
Seattle/Tacoma/Olympia Metro – including Island County
Point Roberts (community)
Harper’s Ferry Metro
Milwaukee Metro – including Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Washington, and Waukesha Counties
Jackson Ski Resorts
* This price is stated in US dollars and excludes local taxes. Applicable local taxes will be applied during the checkout process.