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Honda Parking Pilot

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Driving

1.

Press the Honda Parking Pilot switch and 
the Honda Parking Pilot mode will be 
displayed.

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 (gray) will be displayed in the 

upper left of the screen.

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If the system is in pull out mode, you can 
choose parking mode by touching the 

IN/OUT

 icon.

a

Honda Parking Pilot Switch

a

 (gray)

b

IN/OUT

 Icon

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Driving

2.

Move the vehicle close to the space where 
you want to park, and slowly advance to 
within 1 m (3.3 ft.) of the parking space 
until you are parallel to the parking space.
Stop when the candidate parking space is 
outlined in green on the display.

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The system will beep when it detects a 
parking space.

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The detected parking space boundary 
(green) may be adjusted depending on 
the vehicle position or other condition.

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How to enter a parking space

Honda Parking Pilot cannot be used if the detected 
parking space is not shown.

Tips for detecting the target position
The parking space with boundary:
Stop so that the driver's seat is just beside the parking 
space.
The parking space without boundary:
Stop so that the driver's seat is behind the parking 
space.

When you select the parking space directly confirm 
the space of the area.

a

Mode Change Display

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About 1 m (3.3 ft.)

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3.

While the vehicle is stopped, select the lines 
of any parking space (green) by touching 
the screen.

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When the selection screen for reverse 
parking or parallel parking displays, 
select the applicable mode.

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The selected lines of any parking space 
(green) will be the target position (blue).

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About 1 m (3.3 ft.)

a

Parking Space (green)

b

Target Position (blue)

c

 (gray)

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Honda Parking Pilot

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Driving

4.

Press the Honda Parking Pilot switch while 
depressing the brake pedal.

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When in operation, the system will beep 
and 

 will blink in blue in the upper 

left of the display.

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The shift position will change depending 
on the direction in which the vehicle is 
moving.

5.

Check your surroundings, the route on the 
screen, and stopping position, then release 
the brake pedal.

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The vehicle will start to move. Adjust 
your speed with the brake pedal if 
necessary.

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When you have finished parking, the 
shift position will change to 

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P

 and the 

parking brake will automatically engage.

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Parking operation is complete

 

message will display, then it will return to 
the previous screen.

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Adjust the parking location or position if 
needed.

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After parking, confirm the shift position 
is in 

(

P

.

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How to enter a parking space

After the system begins to operate, if there is an 
obstacle in your path, stop the vehicle with the brake 
pedal, press the Honda Parking Pilot switch and stop 
operation.

After the vehicle moved close to the target position, 
it may be possible that the vehicle move again to 
adjust the vehicle position.
Pay attention to the surroundings and stop the 
vehicle if needed.

You can stop the parking brake from automatically 
engaging after parking has finished.

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Customized Features

 P. 327

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 (blue)

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Honda Parking Pilot

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Driving

When pulling out from a parallel parking space

Honda Parking Pilot can be used if there is a vehicle in front of you at the following 
parking space.

Pull out

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When pulling out from a parallel parking space

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WARNING

Be careful not to get your hands caught in 
the steering wheel.

The steering wheel will turn automatically. 
Be careful not to get your hands caught in 
the steering wheel.

a

About 5.5 m (18.0 ft.) or more

b

About 4.5 m (14.8 ft.) or more

c

Distance of about 50 cm 
(20 inches) or more from other 
vehicles

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1.

Press the Honda Parking Pilot switch and 
the Honda Parking Pilot mode will be 
displayed.

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 (gray) will be displayed in the 

upper left of the screen.

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If the system is in parking mode, you can 
choose pull out mode by touching the 
mode selector icon.

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Depress the brake pedal following the 
directions on the screen and change the 
shift position to 

(

R

.

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When pulling out from a parallel parking space

The pull out function cannot be used if someone has 
double parked in front of the vehicle.

The pull out function cannot be used if the space 
between your vehicle and the vehicles in front of or 
behind you is extremely small or if there is a person or 
obstacle in between them.

Even if the parking sensor detects a person or 
obstacle while the pull out function is in use, it will 
continue to operate.

If a moving vehicle approaches from the rear, depress 
the brake pedal and stop the vehicle.

a

Honda Parking Pilot Switch

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 (gray)

b

IN/OUT

 Icon

c

Mode Change Display

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2.

Tap and select the direction in which you 
will pull out on the screen with depressing 
the brake pedal.

3.

Press the Honda Parking Pilot switch while 
depressing the brake pedal.

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When in operation, the system will beep 
and 

 will blink in blue in the upper 

left of the display.

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The shift position will change depending 
on the direction in which the vehicle is 
moving.

4.

With the brake pedal depressed, release the 
parking brake by pressing the parking brake 
switch then release the brake pedal.

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The vehicle will begin to move. Check 
your surroundings and adjust your speed 
using the brake pedal.

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Pay attention to the situation in the 
direction in which you will pull out.

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Once you have arrived at the point where 
pull out assistance will end, 

Apply the 

brake to complete pull out operation

 

will display on the screen.

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Driving

5.

Follow the instructions and depress the 
brake pedal.

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Pull out operation is complete

 will 

display in the upper left of the screen and 
assistance will end.

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If the brake pedal is released, the vehicle 
will creep forward.
Make sure the shift position and 
manually control the vehicle.

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 (blue)

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Honda Parking Pilot shut off 

In order to turn off Honda Parking Pilot after 
parking assistance has begun, depress the 
brake pedal to stop the vehicle, then press the 
Honda Parking Pilot switch.
Even if you touch the cancel icon, Honda 
Parking Pilot will not turn off.

When operation is cancelled, a warning will 
sound and a message saying 

Parking 

operation cancelled

/

Pull out operation 

cancelled

 will be shown on the screen. 

Depress the brake pedal.

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The system will return to the previous 
screen. Since the vehicle is no longer 
being controlled by the system, it will 
begin to creep if the brake pedal is 
released. Make sure the shift position 
and manually control the vehicle.

If Honda Parking Pilot is shut off, it is not 
possible to resume operation.
You must start again from the beginning or 
park the vehicle manually.

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Cancel Icon

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Driving

Examples of shut off conditions

The driver changed the shift position to 

(

P

.

The parking brake was engaged.

About five minutes has passed since operation began.

Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA) was activated.

VSA was set to OFF.

Something unusual was detected.

Low Speed Braking Control was activated.

The Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS) was activated.

The vehicle speed is too high.

The system cannot operate due to a slope.

The vehicle cannot get over uneven ground.

There is an obstacle in the parking space and the system has determined there is 
not enough space after starting.

When switched more than a certain amount of times.

When you deviate from the route or a route cannot be generated.

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Pausing and restarting Honda Parking 
Pilot 

If the system is paused, a beeper will sound, 
and a message will appear in the upper left of 
the screen.
Stop the vehicle by depressing the brake.

When assistance is able to be resumed, 

Resume parking operation?

/

Resume pull 

out operation?

 will be displayed on the 

screen. While the brake pedal is depressed, 
touch the 

Resume

 icon on the screen and 

assistance will continue. Release the brake 
pedal.

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The vehicle will begin to move. Check 
your surroundings and adjust your speed 
using the brake pedal.

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If you touch the cancel button while the 
brake pedal is depressed, assistance will 
end and 

Parking operation cancelled

/

Pull out operation cancelled

. will be 

displayed.
Make sure the shift position and 
manually control the vehicle.

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If it is not possible to resume, 

Resume

 

cannot be selected.

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Examples of pause conditions

The driver unfastened their seatbelt.

A pedestrian or obstacle is detected.

The driver depressed the accelerator.

The driver turned the steering wheel.

The driver changed the shift position to 

(

D

(

R

, or 

(

N

.

A door on the vehicle was opened (including the tailgate).

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If the following condition occurred while using the system, there may be a problem 
with the system.
Stop the vehicle by depressing the brake pedal, change the shift position to 

(

P

 once 

and manually operate the vehicle after making sure the shift position.

The screen is not displayed.

 does not blink.

The system does not beep.

 is amber and an error massage is displayed on the screen.

In the following situations, the target position may be misaligned or not detected at 
all, or the vehicle may not be able to park.
In addition, in the following situations that the route and turn-back position may not 
be generated properly, the system may detect obstacles or other things excessively 
and cancel the operation, or the vehicle may not be possible to stop before hitting 
an obstacle.

Environmental conditions

The parking space boundary lines are faded or dirty

The parking space is outlined by rope, blocks, tile, etc.

There is not much contrast between the pavement and parking space boundary 
lines.

The parking space boundary lines are extremely thick, thin or short.

Only one parking space boundary line can be seen.

When the parking space is too wide or narrow.

The parking area is too close or far from where you have stopped.

Error Messages

Honda Parking Pilot Conditions and Limitations 

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The pavement of the parking area is not all one colour, or is uneven.

There are shadows, paint, redrawn lines, etc. that look like parking space 
boundaries.

The parking space boundaries are difficult to see, such as when parking at night 
or in dark indoor parking.

Sunshine or lighting is reflected off of part or all of the pavement due to coating, 
etc.

Sunlight, such as during sunrise or sunset, directly or indirectly enters the camera.

It is difficult to see the boundary lines due to piled up snow, snow melting agents, 
etc.

Shadows of adjacent objects (trees, buildings, guard rails vehicles, etc.) are 
parallel to the parking vehicle or parking space.

There are holes, grooves, cliffs or protrusions.

There are other vehicles with sonar sensors or other ultrasound-emitting objects 
close by.

Driving in bad weather (rain, fog, snow, etc.).

When similar shapes such as multiple window sashes are lined up in the building.

Flaps, wheel stoppers, or other structures used in coin-operated parking lots.

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Vehicle conditions

The vehicle is stopped at an angle to the parking space.

The front of the camera is covered by dirt, fog, rain, mud, wet snow, seals, 
accessories, stickers, or film of the camera lens.

The sonar sensors are dirty (covered with snow, ice, mud, etc.)

The sonar sensors or damaged to facing the wrong direction.

The vehicle is too hot or cold.

The vehicle is tilted due to a heavy load in the cargo space or rear seat.

An abnormal tyre or wheel condition (wrong sized, varied size or construction, 
improperly inflated, etc.).

a

Wheel Stopper

b

Coin Park Flap

c

Different Level

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Obstacle conditions

Obstacles that do not reflect sound waves well, such as people, snow, cloth, 
sponges, etc.

Thin obstacles such as fences, chains, bicycles, sign posts, etc.

Short or small obstacles.

Curbs, parking curbs, level differences and other obstacles attached to the 
pavement.

Obstacles immediately in front of the bumper.

Obstacles such as walls that are not perpendicular to the ground.

Moving objects or obstacles that suddenly enter the road.

A sloped pillar or wall protruding from a high position.

Specially-shaped obstacles, including other vehicles.

The other vehicle is narrow.

Ground clearance is high because the other vehicle is extremely low.

Obstacles to the side of the vehicle.

Obstacles, including other vehicles, too close or far from the vehicle.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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