T

(1) Satellite informational

Information from a maximum of 12 satellites is displayed on the screen. This information includes the target GPS satellite number, elevation angle, direction, and signal level.

(2) Receiving condition/*2

(DENSO model):

Display

Contents

T

The system is receiving a GPS signal, but is not using it for location.

P

The system is using the GPS signal for location.

-

The system cannot receive a GPS signal.

(AISIN AW model):

Display

Contents

01H

The system cannot receive a GPS signal.

02H

The system is tracing a satellite.

03H

The system is receiving a GPS signal, but is not using it for location.

04H

The system is using the GPS signal for location.

Measurement information/*3:

Display

Contents

2D

2-dimensional location method is being used.

3D

3-dimensional location method is being used.

NG

Location data cannot be used.

Error

Reception error has occurred.

-

Any other state.

Position information/*4

Display

Contents

Position

Latitude and longitude information on the current position is displayed.

Date information/*5:

Display

Contents

Date

The date/time information obtained from GPS signal is displayed in Greenwich mean time (GMT). The last 4 digits are displayed.

(c) Vehicle Sensors Screen

Vehicle Sensors

Nävi Menu

Vehicle Signal

REV SPD

Pulse Count Speed

Sensor Signal Gyro Voltage

Relative bearing

Reset

E120077E01

Vehicle signal:

Display

Contents

REV/*1

REV signal ON/OFF state is displayed.

SPD/*2

SPD signal condition is displayed.

Sensor signal:

Display

Contents

Gyro sensor/*3

Gyro sensor output condition is displayed (when the vehicle runs straight or is stationary, the voltage is approximately 2.5 V).

HINT:

Signals are updated once per second only when vehicle sensor signals are changed. (d) Microphone & Voice Recognition Check Screen

MICROPHONE & VOICE RECOGNITION CHECK

Mic input level :

REC/PLAY :

Screen Description:

Display

Contents

Microphone input level meter/*1

Monitors the microphone input level every 100 ms and displays the results in 8 different levels.

Recording switch/*2

Starts recording.

Stop switch/*3

Stops recording.

Play switch/*4

Plays the recorded voice.

Recording indicator/*5

Comes on while recording.

HINT:

• The microphone input function is on at all times when this screen is displayed.

• While recording or playing, the switches other than the stop switch cannot be pushed.

• When no voice is recorded, the play switch cannot be pushed.

• Recording will stop after 5 seconds or by pushing the stop switch.

(e) DVD Player Information Screen

DVD player information

Nävi Menu

Code

Y/M/D

Time

¡of

2004/01/01

01:01:011

¡01

2004/01/01

01:01:01!

¡01

2004/01/01

01:01:011

¡01

2004/01/01

01:01:01 !

^¡01

2004/01/01

01:01:01!

¡03

2004/01/01

01:01:01 !

¡03

,2004/01/01

01:01:01 !

Code Clear Previous

Next

E120078E01

Screen Description:

E120078E01

Display

Contents

Trouble code/*1

Each code corresponding to the malfunctions is displayed. For details, refer to "Trouble Code Description".

Occurrence time/*2

• The date (year, month, day) and time (hour, minute, second) when the trouble code was detected are displayed as a time stamp. (Greenwich mean time)

• The time data to be displayed are received from the GPS receiver.

Trouble code clear switch/*3

All code data being displayed are cleared by pushing this switch for 3 seconds.

Returning switch/*4

The previous page is displayed. If the current displayed page is the first page, this switch cannot be operated.

Proceeding switch/*5

The next page is displayed. If the current displayed page is the last page, this switch cannot be operated.

Trouble Code Description:

Code

Malfunction

Countermeasure

01

Cannot be recognized

Replace radio and navigation assembly.

03

Cannot be read

Follow the inspection procedure for DTC 58-42 (See page NS-83).

HINT:

This is a DVD player check function in the radio and navigation assembly (built-in navigation ECU).

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