Honda HR-V Owners & Service Manuals

Honda HR-V: Functional Setup - Navigation System Diagnostic Mode

Select the item you want to check.

  • Backup Data Clear
  • Save Users Memory
  • LaneWatch (with LaneWatch)
  • Photo Picture
  • Anti-Theft Skip
  • Other

Audio Visual Systems - Testing & Troubleshooting

Backup Data Clear

This screen initializes the back-up data in the audio-navigation unit.

Audio Visual Systems - Testing & Troubleshooting

All Clear

The all clear function deletes the data in the audio-navigation unit, and restores it to the factory defaults.

When selecting the All Clear icon, the confirmation screen appears.

Audio Visual Systems - Testing & Troubleshooting

When selecting the Yes icon, the second confirmation screen appears.

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When selecting the Yes icon, the system restarts after performing the All Clear process. After the restart, a normal start-up process occurs.

Save User's Memory

When replacing the audio-navigation unit, this function allows the technician to transfer the customer's personal data to the new audio-navigation unit. The transferred information includes their setup settings and personal addresses. The dealer inserts a USB device into the USB port, and then selects the Save Users Memory function. The two functions in this diagnostic screen are Export and Import. Export saves the customer's data to the USB device, and Import moves the USB device files to the new audio-navigation unit.

This function does not start until you connect a USB device to the USB port.

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1. Select the Export icon to move the customer's data from the original audio-navigation unit to the USB device. Select the Yes icon on the Export User Data Confirmation screen.

The process takes only a couple of seconds. The system stores. DAT files on the USB device.

NOTE: If the Export icon is grayed out, check the USB port.

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2. After replacing the new audio-navigation unit, allow the system to boot up. Insert the USB device into the USB port and enter the Save Users Memory in the System Diagnostic Mode

3. Select the Import icon to move the two files stored by the Export process from the USB device to the new audio-navigation unit. Select the Yes icon on the Import User Data Confirmation screen. When the transfer is finished (a few seconds) the system automatically reboots. After the system reboots, remove the USB device from the USB port.

NOTE: If the Import icon is grayed out, check if the Model and the Program Version shown on the DA Unit and Version screens are the same.

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LaneWatch

This diagnosis checks the LaneWatch status.

  • If Connection shows NG, check for hard error codes.
  • Error Status: Indicates LaneWatch camera status OK or NG. If Error Status shows NG, replace the LaneWatch camera. When the LaneWatch camera is disconnected, the status shows hyphen (-).
  • If Error Status shows OK, press the HOME button to display the LaneWatch camera image. To return to the previous screen, press the HOME button again.
  • LaneWatch Switch: LaneWatch switch status on or off. When the LaneWatch switch is pressing, the status shows ON. When the LaneWatch switch is released, the status shows hyphen (-).
  • B-CAN: Checks whether the audio-navigation unit has received specific B-CAN data from the MICU. If B-CAN shows NG, check for B-CAN DTCs with the HDS. If DTCs are not detected, check for B-CAN lines continuity between the audio-navigation unit and the MICU.
  • If Connection, Error Status, LaneWatch Switch, and B-CAN shows OK, the LaneWatch camera aiming procedure is available. If the LaneWatch camera need to aiming, refer to the LaneWatch Camera Aiming. When the aiming fails, Aiming shows NG.

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Photo Picture

This screen allows you to enable or disable the Show Contact Picture with On/Off.

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Anti-Theft Skip

This selection can cancel the anti-theft mode temporarily (for 150 seconds).

The Anti-Theft Skip icon is grayed out when the anti-theft mode is already canceled.

Other

Select the item you want to check.

  • Pandora Setting
  • HIR Setting
  • Demo Mode
  • HD Radio Setting

Audio Visual Systems - Testing & Troubleshooting

Pandora Setting

This screen allows you to restrict the Pandora function to the running vehicle. Refer to the Owner's Manual for more information about the Pandora setting function.

Audio Visual Systems - Testing & Troubleshooting

HIR Settings

This screen allows you to restrict the internet radio function. Refer to the Owner's Manual for more information about the internet radio setting function.

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Demo Mode

This screen is for factory use only, and should always be set to OFF. Occasionally DEMO setting is turned ON when vehicles are being used at auto shows or similar events. Turning this feature on, allows the navigation system to automatically follow a route to a destination when the vehicle is stationary. Speed Rate changes the speed of the demo mode.

Audio Visual Systems - Testing & Troubleshooting

HD Radio Setting

This screen allows you to restrict the HD radio album art function to the running vehicle. Refer to the Owner's Manual for more information about the album art function.

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B-CAN

Refer to the B-CAN in the Unit Check for details.

F-CAN

Refer to the F-CAN in the Unit Check for details.

Version

This screen displays the current version information about each module in the audio-navigation unit.

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Vehicle Status

Refer to the Vehicle Status in the Unit Check for details.

GPS Information

This screen shows the current status of GPS reception. The circular diagram shows the current location of the GPS satellites (yellow numbers) as they would appear in the sky. The outer circle represents the horizon (0 degrees elevation). The middle and inner circles represents 30 and 60 degrees respectively. The very center of the diagram (90 degrees elevation) is directly overhead. Nearby obstructions, like tall buildings will block satellites in that direction. That is why it is necessary to be in an open area to effectively troubleshoot GPS reception issues. The satellite numbers shown on the diagram while pressing the HOME button that correspond to the PRN (satellite ID number). There are always at least 24 active GPS satellites in orbit. Because satellites fail, and have to be removed from service, spares are always parked in orbit, ready to be activated. This is why the PRN can be greater than 24.

NOTE: When you use this screen for troubleshooting, park the vehicle outside, away from buildings, tall trees, and high tension wires for at least 10 minutes with the engine running.

  • The Number of Satellites box shows the number of acquired satellites (maximum of 12). It should contain three or more icons.
  • The Current Position shows latitude, longitude, and elevation (in feet). If there are less than four satellites, the elevation can be grossly inaccurate.
  • The date/time field shows the current date, and also a time that includes daylight savings and other offsets entered by the customer in Setup screen 2 Adjust Time Zone/Clock.

Audio Visual Systems - Testing & Troubleshooting

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