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Navigation system not working
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
When your NAVI system comes up, press ok and then the 1, 2 and 4 buttons from the top. Do this in order and hold each button until all three buttons are held down. After 5 seconds this will take you into a diagnostic mode. I'm not sure which menu it is (I think it is the ECU diagnostic), but there is a menu where you can force a download to your old dvd.
Posted on Jul 01, 2008
SOURCE: 2005 honda pilot with navigation
same problem, disc is located under passenger seat, talked to honda canada , alpine and honda usa, they dont make a disc for 05, couldnt get nav in 05 cannadian pilots , they dont even make north america disc just stricly usa maps
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
I have a few thoughts, but they may not be worth much: it's a pretty involved system.
You might check fuse number 11 (10A) in the passenger's side fuse box. I think it shares the navi system with the interior light (of course, if you interior light is working, that tends to suggest that there is nothing wrong with the fuse, not I'd check it anyway).
You might take a look at the Control Unit (under the passenger's seat) and see if the DVD (the database for the system) is okay. To remove it, you have to turn the ignition switch to the ON II position, then pull the door on the control unit open and push the eject button. The DVD will automatically come out. You can then check it for dirt or such, maybe clean it, and slide it back into the slot (it gets pulled in automatically). Make sure the label is up when you do that. And make sure to close the door. I would think that if the DVD does NOT come out when you push the eject button, the unit is not getting power for some reason.
Sorry that's all the help (if any) I can be on this.
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
SOURCE: Navigation Door Open or No Disk
Tony, check the door to the nav unit in the trunk, when the door is open there should be a small plactic point on the door that fitds into a tiny hole on the nav unit, if this plastic point on the door is missing thats the problem, I had it happen to me. ken. email@example.com let me know what you found out, thanks
Posted on Mar 03, 2010
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