Honda Accord: Compass Calibration - Compass* - Features - Honda Accord 2013-2018 Owner's ManualHonda Accord: Compass Calibration

If the compass indicates the wrong direction, or the CAL indicator blinks, you need to manually calibrate the system.

Compass operation can be affected under the following conditions:

• Driving near power lines or stations
• Crossing a bridge
• Passing a large vehicle, or driving near a large object that can cause a magnetic disturbance
• When accessories such as antennas and roof racks are mounted by magnets

1. Set the power mode to ON.

1. Set the power mode to ON.
2. On the top screen of any audio source, press and hold  - The display switches to the Compass for 5 seconds.
 - The display switches to the Compass Settings screen.
3. Rotate then press . to select Calibration, then press 4. When the display changes to Calibration.
4. When the display changes to Calibration Start, press 5. Drive the vehicle slowly in two circles..
5. Drive the vehicle slowly in two circles.
 - The compass starts to show a direction after the calibration. The CAL indicator goes off.

Calibrate the compass in an open area.

While setting the compass, press the BACK button to cancel the setting mode and return to the previous screen.

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