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Old 01-03-2005, 09:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I just got the ’05 Pilot Service Manual from Helm today and while I was flipping thru it I found this page. I haven’t tried it yet, don’t know if it applies to other years and I’m not sure what value it is but I thought it was kind of cool!
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Cool!
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If you have the NAV unit, you can get your speed and direction (in degrees) from it.
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How do you get the speed/direction displayed on the NAV display? I've checked the menus and such and don't see a way to get speed displayed.
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How do you get the speed/direction displayed on the NAV display? I've checked the menus and such and don't see a way to get speed displayed.
I'm doing this from memory, hopefully I'll get it right.

Start the engine. Press OK to get to the first NAV screen, then press and hold MENU MAP CANCEL in that order. You'll get to the diagnostic screen.
Press UNIT CHECK, then GPS. That will show you the satellites you have in use. Press and hold MENU and you'll get another screen with the sat info, and the speed and direction are in the upper right hand corner.
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Question Has anyone tried this in an '03 or '04?

Or is this just for the Canadian models, since the units are in km/h and °C ?
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It works in U.S 2003 models, too. (tried it last night)
It's just too bad that it only shows Celsius & Km/H.
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I'm doing this from memory, hopefully I'll get it right.

Start the engine. Press OK to get to the first NAV screen, then press and hold MENU MAP CANCEL in that order. You'll get to the diagnostic screen.
Press UNIT CHECK, then GPS. That will show you the satellites you have in use. Press and hold MENU and you'll get another screen with the sat info, and the speed and direction are in the upper right hand corner.
Excellent! Time to go to lunch and try this. : Thanks!
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One thing not mentioned in the instructions (I think): To exit the sensor display mode, just press the "Auto" button again.
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One thing not mentioned in the instructions (I think): To exit the sensor display mode, just press the "Auto" button again.
Or press RETURN a bunch of times until you get back to the main NAV screen.
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One thing not mentioned in the instructions (I think): To exit the sensor display mode, just press the "Auto" button again.
The instructions do talk about how to exit the sensor mode I just didn’t mention it myself or copy that page. Here is that page as well as some more post for the other pages in the “Climate Control” general troubleshooting section.
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