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HONDA INTERNAVI CAR NAVIGATION SYSTEM I am in srilankan. I have bought a 2010 Honda Cr z imported from Japan. The car has an imporessive Honda Internavi Car Navigation System which intergrates Japanese GPS, mobile phone, reversing camera, audio, TV, DVD, CD etc on a touch screen and steering wheel control BUT all graphics and buttons are in Japanese script. Unfortunately the car didn't come with any instruction manuals. I want to know anything anyone else might know about the entire system, in English language please.
The audio system seems to rip CDS to a HDD. The radio still receives a Japanese station The TV picks up some local channels but only audio The GPS still reads Japanese cities but is active, as if we are driving in Japan!
Plesae contact me if you might be able to help with providing English language instructions manuals, or information about how software might be updated to srilanka GPS and English instructions.
Using the Chrome browser, first go to Panasonic's International Website. THis link may help:
You'll see a pop-up at the top that points out that the page is in Japanese, and asks if you'd like to translate it. The translation is surprisingly good. Assuming that manual works for your unit, you can simply have the digital kanji translated online. It won't be U.N. Translator perfect, but it'll probably do the trick.
Similarly, Googe and Altavista (bablefish?) have translation programs, but since you need to get it into a computer, that's my suggestion.
Then there's always the thin possibility that calling Panasonic might yield a Customer Support person who can just send you to an english version.
Finally, I'd like to suggest that new GPS units are much better and will have a manual (and instructions) in a number of languages.
my best suggestion for you would be to look up the user manual on pioneer's website, look for the model number on the front of the deck its usually deh-p4900ib or something like that, hopefully thats written in english for you or if its not so to pioneers website and look up the single din dvd/gps sytems and go through the pages till you find one that looks like yours, good luck.
English language manual for my 1998 Legacy wagon carries the heading "Fuses and circuits" on pp.11-6 to 11-9. With three subheadings as follows:
*Fuse panel located under the dashboard
*Fuse panel behind the instrument panel lower cover
*Fuse panel located in engine compartment
Each includes fuse panel number, fuse rating, and circuit.
I suggest you obtain a manual for your model.
Or, If I have a clear photo or copy of the Japanese language specs I can translate into English.
Or, I can provide the four pages from my English manual if you figure the fuse specs are the same for your model.