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may be encountered between the system
and your actual location. Road system and
weather changes may affect the accuracy of
the information provided. Rely on your
common sense to decide whether to follow
a specified route. Detailed coverage is not
available in every city or roadway.HOW TO ORDER MAP DATA UP-
To order updated map data, contact the
NISSAN NAVIGATION SYSTEM HELPDESK.
See the contact information on the inside front
cover of this manual.
ABOUT MAP DATA
1. This map data has been prepared byHITACHI, LTD. under licence from ZENRIN
CO., LTD. and NAVTEQ. ZENRIN CO., LTD.
has added, processed and digitized data
based on the digital road map data of
Navigation Technologies Corporation. Due
to the production timing of the map data,
some new roads may not be included in this
map data or some of the names or roads
may be different from those at the time you
use this map data.
2. Traffic control and regulation data used in this map data may be different from those at
the time you use this map data due to the
data production timing. When driving your
vehicle, follow the actual traffic control signs
and notices on the roads.
3. Reproducing or copying this map software is strictly prohibited by law.
Published by Nissan North America, Inc.
*C2006 Navigation Technologies. All rights
Certain business data provided by infoUSA, Inc.,
Omaha, NE, Copyright
*C1993-2008 NAVTEQ. All Rights Reserved.
*C2008, All Rights Reserved.
*CZENRIN CO., LTD. 2009. All rights reserved.
*CZENRIN USA, INC. 2008. All rights reserved.
*C2008 Zagat Survey, LLC.
. This navigation system should not
be used to replace your own judge-
ment. No itinerary suggested by this
navigation system should ever over-
ride any highway regulations, your
own judgement, or a knowledge of
safe driving practices. Do not follow
the navigation system’s suggested
itinerary if it would cause you to
perform a dangerous or illegal act,
place you in a dangerous situation,
or take you into an area you con-
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11-14General system information
.The advice provided by the naviga-
tion system is to be regarded as a
suggestion only. There may be
times when the navigation system
displays the vehicle’s location in-
correctly, fails to suggest the short-
est route, or fails to direct you to the
your desired destination. In such
instances, rely on your own driving
judgement, taking into account the
driving conditions at the time.
. Do not use the navigation system to
locate emergency services. The da-
tabase does not contain a complete
listing of emergency services such
as police stations, fire halls, hospi-
tals and walk-in clinics. Please
show discretion and ask for direc-
tions in such instances.
. As the driver, you alone are respon-
sible for your driving safety.
— In order to avoid a traffic acci-
dent, do not operate the system
— In order to avoid a traffic acci- dent, operate the system only
when the vehicle is stopped at a
safe place and the parking brake is on.
— In order to avoid a traffic acci- dent or traffic offence, remem-
ber that actual road conditions
and traffic regulations take pre-
cedence over the information
contained on the navigation sys-
— The Software may contain inac- curate or incomplete informa-
tion due to the passage of
time, changing circumstances,
and the sources of information
used. Please respect current
traffic conditions and regula-
tions at all times while driving.
— Where actual road conditions and highway regulations differ
from the information contained
on the navigation system, abide
by the highway regulations.
— Keep the amount of time spent viewing the screen while driving
to a strict minimum. The navigation system does not provide,
nor represent in any way information on:
traffic and highway regulations; technical
aspects of the vehicle including weight,
height, width, load and speed limits; road
conditions including grade, percentage of
incline and surface conditions; obstacles
such as the height and width of bridges
and tunnels; and other current driving or
road conditions. Always rely on your own
judgement when driving a car, taking into
account current driving conditions.
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such marks in this product does not imply any
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The Data for areas of Canada includes informa-
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The display is a liquid crystal display and should
be handled with care.
Never disassemble the display. Some
parts utilize extremely high voltage.
Touching them may result in serious
CHARACTERISTICS OF LIQUID
.If the temperature inside the vehicle is
especially low, the display will stay relatively
dim or the movement of the images may be
slow. These conditions are normal. The
display will function normally when the
interior of the vehicle has warmed up.
. Some pixels in the display are darker or
brighter than others. This condition is an
inherent characteristic of liquid crystal dis-
plays, and it is not a malfunction.
. A remnant of the previous display image may
remain on the screen. This screen burn is
inherent in displays, and it is not a malfunc-
The screen may become distorted by strong
MAINTENANCE OF DISPLAY
. To clean the display, never use a
rough cloth, alcohol, benzine, thin-
ner and any kind of solvent or paper
towel with a chemical cleaning
agent. They will scratch or deterio-
rate the panel.
. Do not splash any liquid such as
water or car fragrance on the dis-
play. Contact with liquid will cause
the system to malfunction.
To clean the display screen, use a dry, soft cloth.
If additional cleaning is necessary, use a small
amount of neutral detergent with a soft cloth.
Never spray the screen with water or detergent.
Dampen the cloth first, then wipe the screen.
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12 Troubleshooting guide
Customer assistance ............................................................. 12-2
......... 12-3Basic operations ............................................................... 12-3
Vehicle icon ........................................................................\
Route calculation and visual guidance ........................ 12-6 Voice guidance ................................................................ 12-8
Traffic information ........................................................... 12-9
Audio system ........................................................................\
®Hands-Free Phone System ........................ 12-11
Voice recognition ................................................................ 12-12
Monitor system .................................................................... 12-13
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For assistance or inquiries about the NISSAN
Navigation System, or to order updated map
data, contact the NISSAN NAVIGATION SYS-
TEM HELPDESK. See the contact information
on the inside front cover of this manual.
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SymptomPossible cause Possible solution
No image is displayed. The brightness is at the lowest setting.Adjust the brightness of the display.
The system in the video mode. Push on the control panel to change the
“3. Audio system”
The display is turned off. Push to turn on the display.
No voice guidance is available.
The volume is too high or too low. The volume is not set correctly, or it is turned off. Adjust the volume of voice guidance.
Voice guidance is not provided for certain streets (roads
displayed in gray).
This is not a malfunction.
No map is displayed on the screen. A screen other than map screen is displayed. Push
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SymptomPossible cause Possible solution
Names of roads and locations differ
between Plan View and Birdview
TM. This is because the quantity of the displayed information is reduced so that
the screen does not become too crowded. There is also a chance that
names of the roads or locations may be displayed multiple times, and the
names appearing on the screen may be different because of a processing
procedure. This is not a malfunction.
The vehicle icon is not displayed in the
correct position. The vehicle was transported after the ignition switch was pushed off, for
example, by a ferry or car transporter. Drive the vehicle for a while on a road where GPS
signals can be received.
The position and direction of the vehicle icon may be incorrect depending
on the driving environments and the levels of positioning accuracy of the
navigation system. This is not a malfunction. Drive the vehicle for a while
to automatically correct the position and direction of
the vehicle icon.
“Current vehicle location” (page 11-2)
When the vehicle is traveling on a new
road, the vehicle icon is located on
another road nearby. Because the new road is not stored in the map data, the system
automatically places the vehicle icon on the nearest road available.
Updated road information will be included in the next
version of the map data.
The screen does not switch to the night
screen even after turning on the head-
lights. The daytime screen was set the last time the headlights were turned on. Set the screen to the night screen mode using
OFF>when turning on the headlights.“Display settings” (page 7-4)
The map does not scroll even when the
vehicle is moving. The current location map screen is not displayed.