Touch Screen

By touching the screen with your finger, you can control the audio system, air conditioning and adjust the screen display, etc. For details, see the Owner’s Manual.

*1: See Navigation System Owner’s Manual.

*1: See Navigation System Owner’s Manual.
*2: Bluetooth is a registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG. Inc.

■Display

The contrast and brightness of the screen display and the image the camera displays can be adjusted.

Press the “SETUP” button and the touch “Dis-

Press the “SETUP” button and the touch “Dis- play” on the “Setup” screen.

1 Displays the screen in “Day Mode” with the headlights switch on
2 Changes setting display (“Camera” or “Map Menu”)
3 Turns screen off
4 Changes items (“Brightness or “Contrast”)
5 Adjusts screen brightness or contrast

■Screen scroll operation

When any point on the map is touched, that point

When any point on the map is touched, that point moves to the center of the screen.

1 Indicates the street name, city name, etc. for the selected point
2 Indicates the distance from the current posi- tion for the pointer
3 Indicates the street name for the current posi- tion

■Setting a route

While route guidance is operating, you can change the route using the following method.

Touch “Route”

Touch “Route”
The following settings can be accessed
1 Add destination
2 Delete destination
3 Change the arrival oder of the destinations
4 Detour setting
5 Route overview
6 Route preferences
7 Pause and resume route guidance

Some functions are unavailable while the vehicle is in motion. Refer to the “Navigation Sys- tem Owner’s Manual”.

    See also:

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