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NISSAN NAVIGATION SYSTEM HELP-

NISSAN CONSUMER AFFAIRS DE-

DESK CONTACT INFORMATION

PARTMENT

For assistance or inquiries about the NISSAN Navigation System, or to order updated mapping DVD-ROMsor additionalDVD-ROMs,contact the NISSAN NAVIGATION SYSTEM HELPDESK at:

. ADDRESS: P .O. Box 2082, Burlingame,

CA 94011

. E-MAIL:info-nissan@zenrin.com

. WEB SITE: www.zenrin.com or www.nissan.ca

. PHONE: 1-888-661-9995

. HOURS: 6:00 AM to 5:00 PM (Pacific Time)

For assistance or inquiries about the NISSAN warranty, service or general questions, contact the NISSAN Consumer Affairs Department at:

For U.S. customers Nissan North America, Inc.

Consumer Affairs Department P.O. Box 685003

Franklin, TN 37068-50031-800-NISSAN-1(1-800-647-7261)

For Canadian customers Nissan Canada Inc. 5290 Orbitor Drive

Mississauga, Ontario L4W 4Z5 1-800-387-0122

FOREWORD

Thank you for purchasing a NISSAN vehicle.

This user’s manual is for the navigation system only. This manual contains operating instructions for the NISSAN Navigation System offered in your NISSAN vehicle.

Please read this manual carefully to ensure safe operation of the navigation system.

. Because of possible specification changes and optional equipment, sections of this manual may not apply to your vehicle.

. All information, specifications and illustrations in this manual are those in effect at the time of printing. NISSAN reserves the right to change specifications or design at any time without notice.

. Do not remove this manual from the vehicle when selling this vehicle. The next user of this navigation system may need the manual.

Table of

Contents

Introduction

 

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

Getting started

 

2

 

 

 

 

 

Map settings

 

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

Setting a destination

 

4

 

 

 

 

 

Route guidance

 

5

 

 

 

 

 

Storing a location/route

 

6

 

 

 

 

 

Viewing technical information

 

7

 

 

 

 

 

 

Other settings

 

8

 

 

 

 

 

Voice recognition

 

9

 

 

 

 

 

 

General system information

 

10

 

 

 

 

 

Troubleshooting guide

 

11

 

 

 

 

 

Index

 

12

 

 

 

1 Introduction

How to use this manual .......................................

1-2

Safety information ..............................................

1-3

For safe operation ..............................................

1-2

Laser product....................................................

1-4

Reference symbols .........................................

1-2

 

 

HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL

This manual uses special words, symbols and icons, organized by function.

Please refer to the following items and familiarize yourself with them.

FOR SAFE OPERATION

WARNING

This is used to indicate the presence of a hazard that could cause death or serious personal injury. To avoid or reduce the risk, the procedures must be followed precisely.

CAUTION

This is used to indicate the presence of a hazard that could cause minor or moderate personal injury or damage to your vehicle. To avoid or reduce the risk, the procedures must be followed carefully.

NOTE:

This indicates an item to help you understand and maximize the performance of your vehicle. If ignored, it may lead to a malfunction or poor performance.

REFERENCE SYMBOLS

INFO:

This indicates information that is necessary for efficient use of your vehicle or accessories.

Reference page:

This indicates the title and page that you should refer to.

<>:

This indicates a button on the control panel.

[ ]:

This indicates a key/item displayed on the screen.

Voice Command:

This indicates an operation by voice command.

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SAFETY INFORMATION

 

 

 

 

This system is primarily designed to help you

 

 

 

 

 

system. If you do, it may result in

 

reach your destination, and it also performs

 

 

 

accidents, fire or electrical shock.

 

other functions as outlined in this manual.

 

 

 

. If you notice any foreign objects in

 

 

However, you, the driver, must use the system

 

 

 

safely and properly. Information concerning road

 

the system hardware, spill liquid on

 

conditions, traffic signs and the availability of

 

the system or notice smoke or a

 

services may not always be up-to-date.The

 

smell coming from it, stop using the

 

system is not a substitute for safe, proper and

 

system immediately and contact a

 

legal driving.

 

NISSAN dealer. Ignoring such con-

 

Before using the navigation system, please read

 

ditions may lead to accidents, fire

 

the following safety information. Always use the

 

or electrical shock.

 

system as outlined in this manual.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WARNING

. When the driver wants to operatethe navigation system or use themulti-functioncontroller, first park the vehicle in a safe location and set the parking brake. Operating the system while driving can distract the driver and may result in a serious accident.

. Do not rely on route guidancealone. Always be sure that all driving maneuvers are legal and safe in order to avoid accidents.

. Do not disassemble or modify this

CAUTION

. Do not use this system if you noticeany malfunctions such as a frozen screen or the lack of sound. Continued use of the system may result in accidents, fire or electrical shock.

. Some states/provinces may havelaws limiting the use of video screens while driving. Use this system only where it is legal to do so.

. Extreme temperature conditions[below −48F (−208C) and above 1588F (708C)] could affect the performance of the system.

NOTE:

Do not keep the navigation system running with the engine stopped. Doing so may discharge the vehicle battery. When you use the navigation system, always keep the engine running.

Introduction 1-3

LASER PRODUCT

This navigation system is certified as a Class 1 laser product.

The navigation system complies with DHHS Rules 21 CFR Chapter 1, Subchapter J.

WARNING

. Do not disassemble or modify thissystem. There are no user serviceable parts in this navigation system.

. If maintenance, adjustments andoperations other than those specified in this manual are attempted, injury due to laser radiation and exposure could occur.

Required XM® Radio and XM NavTraffic® monthly subscriptions are sold separately after a trial period. XM NavTraffic® are only available in select markets. For more information,

see www.xmradio.com/navtraffic.

1-4 Introduction

2 Getting started

Control buttons and functions ............................... 2-2Control panel ................................................2-3Multi-functioncontroller ...................................2-4Steering switch..............................................2-5Start-upscreen .................................................2-6Navigation system status screen ............................2-7Functions disabled while driving ............................2-8Menu screen and how to operate...........................2-9Menu screens and their purposes ......................2-9Using controls to adjust values, levels, etc..........2-10Start menu (Murano, Maxima and 370Z) ............2-11List screen .................................................2-12Touch panel operation .......................................2-13Example of touch panel operation ....................2-13Map menu screen ............................................2-14Current location map screen...........................2-14Scrolled location map screen ..........................2-15Storing your home location/address......................2-15

How to store your home ................................ 2-15Setting a destination .........................................2-17Searching for a destination.............................2-17Starting route guidance .................................2-19Deleting a route ...........................................2-19Operating maps...............................................2-21How to view map screen ...............................2-21Setting the voice guidance .................................2-22Turning voice guidance ON/OFF......................2-22Adjusting voice guidance volume .....................2-23How to input letters and numbers ........................2-24Character (letter and number) input screen ........2-24Phone number input screen ............................2-25NISSAN voice recognition..................................2-27Types of Voice Recognition Systems.................2-27NISSAN voice recognition (type A)...................2-28NISSAN voice recognition (type B) ..................2-38

CONTROL BUTTONS AND FUNCTIONS

2-2 Getting started

CONTROL PANEL

&1 <STATUS>:

Push to display the current status of the air conditioner, radio, audio, vehicle information (driveable distance and average fuel economy) and navigation systems.

&2 <DEST>:

Push to enter a destination. Various methods for entering a destination are available.

“4. Setting a destination”

&3 <ROUTE>:

Push to access guidance control functions (guidance cancellation, route priority, waypoint setting on the route, etc.).

&4 Multi-functioncontroller:

Push to highlight an item on the screen, select the highlighted item, move on the map, etc.

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&5 <INFO>:

Push to display the vehicle information and the navigation information, such as GPS and version information, etc.

&6 <DAY/NIGHT OFF>:

Push to switch between the day screen (bright) and the night screen (dark). Push and hold to turn off the display. Push again to turn on the display.

&7 <SETTING>:

Push to access the system settings.

&8 <VOICE>:

Push to repeat voice guidance for a guide point.

&9 <BACK>:

Push to return to the previous screen. In a settings screen, this button can also be used to apply the setting.

In a character input screen, this button can also delete the characters that have been entered.

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&10 <MAP>:

Push to display the current location map screen.

&11 <ZOOM IN>, <ZOOM OUT>:

Push to switch to the zoom mode to change the map scale.

INFO:

If <BACK> needs to be pushed to apply the setting on a settings screen, this manual will explicitly include a step for this procedure. Otherwise, pushing <BACK> returns you to the previous screen.

MULTI-FUNCTIONCONTROLLER

&1 <ENTER>:

Push to select the highlighted item on the screen.

If this button is pushed while a map is displayed, the map menu screen is displayed.

&2 Main directional buttons:

Use to move across the map, highlight an item on the screen or adjust a setting (volume, brightness, etc.).

&3 Additional directional buttons:

Use to move across the map or highlight an item on the character input screen.

&4 Center dial:

Turn to highlight an item on the screen or adjust a setting.

Turn the center dial on the map screen. The map scale is displayed. Use the center dial to adjust the map scale.

STEERING SWITCH

Murano, Maxima and 370Z

Murano

Maxima and 370Z

&1 <ENTER>:

Tilt to highlight an item on the screen or adjust a setting. Push to select the highlighted item.

If this button is pushed while a map is displayed, the map menu screen is displayed.

“MAP MENU SCREEN” (page2-14)

Push and hold to display the start menu. “START MENU (Murano, Maxima and

370Z)” (page 2-11)

If this button is tilted up while the audio function is activated and the map or status screen is displayed, the audio system can be operated.

&2:

Use to adjust the volume. These buttons have the same function as that of the volume knob. Refer to the vehicle Owner’s Manual.

&3:

Push this button during a setting operation to return to the previous screen. In a settings screen, this button can also be used to apply the setting.

&4 <TALK>:

Push to start the voice recognition mode. Push and hold for 1 second to cancel voice commands when in the voice recognition mode.

&5 <SOURCE>:

Use to switch the audio mode (source). Refer to the vehicle Owner’s Manual.

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Armada and Pathfinder

3

 

 

&Tuning switch:

 

 

Use to operate the audio system. Refer to

 

 

the vehicle Owner’s Manual.

 

4

:

 

&

Push to end a call when in the phone mode.

Use to switch the audio mode (source).

Refer to the vehicle Owner’s Manual.

START-UPSCREEN

1.The navigation system starts when the ignition switch is turned to the ACC or ON position.

&1 <VOL>:

Use to adjust the volume. This button has the same function as that of the volume knob. Refer to the vehicle Owner’s Manual.

&2 <TALK>:

Push to start the voice recognition mode. Push and hold for 1 second to cancel voice commands when in the voice recognition mode.

Push and hold when not in the voice recognition mode to display the phone screen.

2.As the start-upscreen is displayed, read the precautions carefully, highlight [OK] and push <ENTER> or touch [OK].

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INFO:

If you do not push <ENTER> for more than 30 seconds, the status screen will be displayed. Push <DEST>, <MAP>, <ROUTE>, <INFO>, <SETTING>, <STATUS> or

<TALK> to return to the start-upscreen.

NAVIGATION SYSTEM STATUS SCREEN

By pushing <STATUS> while the current location map screen is displayed, you can display the current status of the navigation system.

Each time <STATUS> is pushed, displayed information is switched in the order of audio, air conditioner, vehicle information and navigation route information.

INFO:

There are different status screens displayed depending on various factors, such as the currently active mode, whether a destination has been set or not, etc.

When a route to the destination is set and the audio system is on, a screen similar to the one above appears.

&1 Turning direction at the next intersection

&2 Distance to the next intersection

&3 Remaining time to the destination

&4 Name of the next street

When a route to the destination is not set and the audio system is off, a screen similar to the one above appears.

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FUNCTIONS DISABLED WHILE

DRIVING

To ensure safe driving, some functions cannot be operated while driving.

The on-screenfunctions that are not available while driving will be“grayed-out”or muted.

In some cases, certain text will not be displayed on the screen.

Park the vehicle in a safe location and then operate the navigation system.

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MENU SCREEN AND HOW TO OPERATE

MENU SCREENS AND THEIR PURPOSES

Push <DEST>, <ROUTE>, <PHONE>,

<INFO> or <SETTING> to display the corresponding menu screen.

How to select a menu item

Example: <DEST> screen

1.Turn the center dial clockwise or counterclockwise or push the up or down button of the main directional buttons. An item is highlighted accordingly.

2.To select the preferred menu item, highlight the item and push <ENTER>. The next screen is displayed.

3.Push <BACK> to return to the previous screen without applying any changes.

Push <MAP> to return to the current location map screen without applying any changes.

INFO:

Depending on the menu selected, pushing <MAP> may not return you to the current location map screen.

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INFO:

This same adjustment can also be made by the touch panel operation.

“Adjusting the volume and others” (page2-13)

USING CONTROLS TO ADJUST VALUES, LEVELS, ETC.

There are four main methods you can use to control the navigation system: the center dial, the main directional buttons, the touch panel and the steering switch. Use these controls to adjust the volume of phone and voice guidance, the display brightness, etc.

How to adjust

1.Highlight the preferred setting item and push <ENTER>. The color of the corresponding adjustment item changes.

2.Use one of the controls, and the value or bar indicating levels increases or decreases accordingly.

3.Push <ENTER> or <BACK> to apply the setting.

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START MENU (Murano, Maxima and 370Z)

The start menu can be displayed using the steering switch.

1.Push and hold <ENTER> on the steering switch.

2.Highlight the preferred item and push

<ENTER>.

INFO:

<ENTER> on the steering switch can be used to display the start menu only when the map or status screen is displayed.

Available items

. Destination:

Displays the destination screen. It is the same screen that appears when you push

<DEST>.

“4. Setting a destination”

. Route:

Displays the route screen. It is the same screen that appears when you push

<ROUTE>.

“5. Route guidance”

. Information:

Displays the information screen. It is the same screen that appears when you push

<INFO>.

“7. Viewing technical information”

. Settings:

Displays the settings screen. It is the same screen that appears when you push

<SETTING>.

“4. Setting a destination”

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the selected item. Turn the center dial or push the up or down buttons of the main directional buttons to scroll the list.

&5 Highlight and push <ENTER> to sort the list by shortest distance.

&6 Highlight and push <ENTER> to sort the list in the original order.

&7 When the list is sorted by the shortest distance, you can confirm the selected location in the preview on the right side of the screen.

LIST SCREEN

After searching for a point of interest, a list screen is displayed.

Depending on the list displayed, it can be sorted.

Items displayed in a list

&1 Highlight the preferred item from the list and push <ENTER> to select it.

If a location or facility name is not completely displayed (due to length), highlight the item

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and push the right button of the main directional buttons to show the hidden part of the name.

You can also display the hidden part of the name by touching .

&2 Distance from the current location

&3 Direction to the point of interest

&4 If the entire list cannot be displayed on the screen, the system displays the total number of items in the list and the entry number of

TOUCH PANEL OPERATION

With this system, the same operations as those for the multi-functioncontroller are possible using the touch panel operation.

This manual describes the operations using the multi-functioncontroller.

For the operations that differ from those of the multi-functioncontroller and for useful methods for using the touch panel operation, refer to each section.

EXAMPLE OF TOUCH PANEL OPERATION

Here, the operation examples performed with the touch panel operation are described.

Selecting the item

When the item is touched, the following screen is displayed.

Adjusting the volume and others

Touch [+] or [−] located on the right and left of the bar graph to perform the adjustment.

Scrolling the message or list

Touching [UP] or [DOWN] allows you to scroll the message or list.

Inputting letters and numbers

1.Touch the letter or number.

2.When you desire to delete a character, touch [Delete]. Push and hold [Delete] to delete all of the characters.

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MAP MENU SCREEN

Push <ENTER> while the current location map screen or a scrolled map screen is displayed to display the menu corresponding to that screen.

This menu allows you to quickly use helpful functions, such as setting a destination easily and searching for Points of Interest nearby.

To select a menu item, use the method described in “Menu screen types and how to operate”.

INFO:

With the touch operation, the same screen can be displayed by touching [Map Menu] located on the map screen.

CURRENT LOCATION MAP SCREEN

If <ENTER> is pushed while the current location map screen is displayed, the following options are available.

. Store Location:

Allows you to store the current vehicle location in the Address Book. The stored location can be retrieved as necessary to set it as a destination (waypoint).

“STORING A LOCATION” (page6-2)

. Nearby:

Allows you to search for points of interest near the current vehicle location, such as restaurants and gas stations, etc.

“SETTING A NEARBY PLACE” (page4-14)

. Map Settings:

Performs the map operations such as the switching of map type and the setting of map orientation and scale.

“OTHER SETTINGS FOR THE MAP SCREEN” (page3-12)

. Landmark Icons:

Allows you to display certain points of interest near the current vehicle location on the map, such as restaurants and gas stations, etc.

“DISPLAYING LANDMARK ICONS” (page3-19)

. Store Tracking:

Allows you to store in the Address Book the route that you have travelled from the starting point to the current location.

“STORING A TRACKED ROUTE” (page6-6)

. Guide Screen:

Set the default display screen for route guidance.

“Visual guidance settings” (page 5- 18)

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