The compass indicator on my 2013 Pilot EX-L blinks 90% of the time. There are few occasions when it stops, but mostly it simply blinks and blinks with the little "CAL" icon above it. It seems to want me to calibrate it, but as near as I can tell, this feature is faulty — at least on my vehicle. Pressing "Setup" for 5-6 seconds brings up the initial "Calibration" and "Zone Adjust" menu, and choosing "Calibration" then brings up the "Start Calibration" screen, but from there I can't get it to behave. Pressing the "Select" button simply returns me to the home screen. I have tried this with the engine running, the shifter in Park and in drive, in the garage, in open spaces, in parking lots, and under every other circumstance I can think of. What am I missing? I do not have a magnetic roof rack, nor any electronic devices mounted or stored nearby.