Acura RL (2011 year). Instruction — page 24

HFL allows you to send numbers or
names during a call. This is useful
when you call a menu-driven phone
system.

Press and release the HFL Talk
button before a command.

Say ‘‘

.’’

Follow the HFL prompts and say
the name or number you want to
send.

Follow the HFL prompts to send
the tones and continue the call.

To send a pound (

), say

‘‘pound.’’ To send a star (*), say ‘‘star.’’

You can store up to 50 names with
their associated numbers in HFL.
The numbers you store can be not
only phone numbers but other types,
such as account numbers or
passwords, which can be sent during
a menu-driven call.

Press and release the HFL Talk
button before a command.

Follow the HFL prompts and say
‘‘

’’ to store the entry.

Say the number you want to store
for the name entry.

Say a name you want to list as your
phonebook entry.

Say ‘‘

’’ after the prompts.

Say ‘‘

.’’

You can mute your voice to the
person you are talking to during a
call.

To mute your voice during a call,
press and release the HFL Talk
button and say ‘‘

.’’

To unmute your voice, press and
release the HFL Talk button and say
‘‘

’’ again.

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5.

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Bluetooth

HandsFreeLink

Send Numbers or Names During
a Call

Send

Phonebook

Enter

Store

Phonebook

Muting a Call

Mute

Mute

To send a name or number during a
call:

To store a phonebook entry:

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Avoid using ‘‘home’’ as a name
entry.

Avoid using duplicate name
entries.

It is easier for HFL to recognize a
multisyllabic or longer name. For
example, use ‘‘Peter’’ instead of
‘‘Pete,’’ or ‘‘John Smith’’ instead of
‘‘John.’’

Press and release the HFL Talk
button before a command.

Say ‘‘

.’’

Say ‘‘

’’ after the prompts.

Follow the HFL prompts and say
the name entry you want to edit.

When asked, say the new number
for that name.

Follow the HFL prompts to
complete the edit.

Press and release the HFL Talk
button before a command.

Say ‘‘

.’’

Say ‘‘

’’ after the prompts.

Say the name you want to delete
and follow the HFL prompts to
complete the deletion.

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5.

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2.

3.

To edit the number stored in a name:

To delete a name:

Phonebook

Edit

Phonebook

Delete

Bluetooth

HandsFreeLink

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Press and release the HFL Talk
button before a command.

Say ‘‘

.’’

Say ‘‘

’’ after the prompts.

HFL begins reading the names in
the order they were stored.

If you hear a name you want to call,
immediately press the HFL Talk
button and say ‘‘

.’’

Press and release the HFL Talk
button before a command.

Say ‘‘

.’’

Say ‘‘

’’ after the

prompts.

Follow the HFL prompts, select a
number from your cell phone, and
send it to HFL.

Follow the HFL prompts and
name the number, or say
‘‘

’’ if it is not the number

you want to store.

Follow the HFL prompts if you
want to store another number.

For a list of cell phones that are
compatible with this feature:

In the U.S., visit

, or call (888) 528-7876.

If you select

from

the Information screen menu, you
will see five HFL options.

In Canada, visit
or call (888) 528-7876.

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(available on some phones)

www.acura.com/

handsfreelink

www.handsfreelink.ca,

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Bluetooth

HandsFreeLink

To list all names in the phonebook:

To store a specif ic phone number
f rom your cell phone directly to the
HFL phonebook (available on some
phones):

Phonebook

List

Call

Phonebook

Receive contact

Discard

Cellular Phonebook

Cellular Phone

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The entire phonebook data of the
cell phone that is linked to HFL can
be imported to the navigation system.

Once a phonebook has been
imported, you can search the phone
numbers by the person’s name.

Select ‘‘

,’’ and HFL will begin

importing the phonebook. Select
‘‘

’’ after the import is completed.

Select ‘‘

,’’ and a list of imported

phonebooks will be displayed.

Select a phonebook from the list.

If the phonebook is PIN-protected,
you will need to enter the 4-digit PIN.

Import Cellular Phonebook:

Search Imported Phonebook:

Import Cellular

Phonebook

OK

Search Imported

Phonebook

Bluetooth

HandsFreeLink

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IMPORTED DATE

PIN ICON

IMPORTED PHONEBOOK

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Select a person from the list. Up to
three category icons are displayed in
the left side of the list:

These indicate how many numbers
are stored for the name. If a name
has more than three category icons,
‘‘…’’ is displayed.

Select the person’s number you want
to call, and press the HFL Talk
button.

You can delete any imported
phonebook.

Select ‘‘

,’’ and a list of imported

phonebooks will be displayed.

Select a phonebook you want to
delete. If the phonebook is PIN-
protected, you will need to enter the
4-digit PIN number.

To search for a specific name in the
phonebook, enter the keyword for
either the first or last name.

To display all names in the
phonebook, select the ‘‘

’’ option.

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Bluetooth

HandsFreeLink

Delete Imported Phonebook:

Delete Imported

Phonebook

List

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Preference

Home

Mobile

Work

Pager

Fax

Car

Voice

Other

Push up the interface selector
to show a list.

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After making a selection, the
following screen will appear.

You can add, change, or remove a
PIN number from any phonebook.

Select ‘‘

,’’ then ‘‘

’’ to complete

the deletion.

If you have selected a phonebook
without a PIN, you will see the above
display.

Enter the new 4-digit PIN. You will
have to re-enter the PIN for
confirmation.

Select the phonebook you want. The
display will change as shown above.

Enter the current PIN for this
phonebook.

PIN Number

Yes

OK

To add a PIN:

To change the PIN to a new number:

Bluetooth

HandsFreeLink

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Select ‘‘

,’’ then select

‘‘

’’ after you enter

the current PIN.

This command group allows you to
change or customize HFL basic
settings.

The display will change as shown
above.

Enter the new 4-digit PIN number.
You will be asked to re-enter the PIN
for verification.

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Bluetooth

HandsFreeLink

To remove a PIN:

PIN number

Do not use PIN

System Setup

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Press and release the HFL Talk
button before a command.

Say ‘‘

.’’

Follow the HFL prompts and say
the 4-digit passcode you want to
set.

Say ‘‘

’’ after the prompts.

Follow the HFL prompts to
confirm the number.

Once a passcode is set, you

will need to enter it to use HFL each
time you start the vehicle. If you
forget the code, your dealer will have
to reset it for you, or you will have to
clear the entire system (see page

).

Press and release the HFL Talk
button before a command.

Say ‘‘

.’’

Say ‘‘

’’ after the

prompts.

Follow the HFL prompts and say
the new 4-digit passcode.

Follow the HFL prompts to
confirm the number.

Press and release the HFL Talk
button before a command.

Say ‘‘

.’’

Say ‘‘

’’ after the

prompts.

Follow the HFL prompts and say
‘‘

’’ or ‘‘

.’’ You

can also say ‘‘

’’ for no audible

incoming call notification.

The default setting is a ring tone.

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To set a 4-digit passcode to lock the
HFL system f or security purposes:

To change your security passcode:

To select either a ring tone or a
prompt as the incoming call
notif ication :

System setup

Security

System setup

Change passcode

System setup

Call notif ication

Ring tone

Prompt

Of f

Bluetooth

HandsFreeLink

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Press and release the HFL Talk
button before a command.

Say the language you want to
change to in that language.

Follow the HFL prompts.

This operation clears the passcodes,
paired phones, all names in the HFL
phonebook, and all imported
phonebook data.

Press and release the HFL Talk
button before a command.

Say ‘‘

.’’

Say ‘‘

’’ after the prompts.

Follow the HFL prompts to
continue to complete the clearing
procedure.

You can also clear the system when
you have forgotten the passcode and
cannot access HFL. When HFL asks
you for the passcode, say ‘‘

.’’ Paired phones, all names in

the HFL phonebook and all imported
phonebook data will be lost.

If you get into the vehicle while you
are on the phone, the call can be
automatically transferred to HFL
with the ignition switch in the
ACCESSORY (I) or ON (II) position.

Say ‘‘

.’’

Say ‘‘

’’ after the

prompts.

HFL will let you know if auto
transfer is on or off, depending on
the previous setting. Follow the
HFL prompts to change the
setting.

Press and release the HFL Talk
button before a command.

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Canadian models only

Bluetooth

HandsFreeLink

Quick Language Selection

System setup

Clear

System

clear

System setup

Auto transf er

To quickly change the language:

To clear the system:

To activate or deactivate the auto
transf er f unction:

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The

name and logos are

registered trademarks owned by
Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of
such marks by Honda Motor Co.,
Ltd. is under license. Other
trademarks and trade names are
those of their respective owners.

Press and release the HFL Talk
button before a command.

Say ‘‘

.’’

Follow the HFL prompts to
change the language to English or
French.

If you have not named your paired
phone in the language you just
selected, HFL will ask you to name it
in the current language.

When French is your currently
selected language, you can give voice
commands in French.

An incoming call on HFL will
interrupt

Audio when it is

playing. Audio will resume when the
call is ended.

In addition, you cannot use HFL
while using AcuraLink.

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Bluetooth

As required by the FCC:
This device complies with Part 15 of the
FCC rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) This device
may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any
interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired
operation.

Changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s
authority to operate the equipment.

This device complies with Industry
Canada Standard RSS-210.
Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) this device may not cause
interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference that may cause
undesired operation of the device.

Bluetooth

U.S. models only

Canadian models only

Bluetooth

To change the system language
between English and French:

Wireless Technology

Change Language

Change language

HFL Limitations

Bluetooth

HandsFreeLink

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If equipped

Your vehicle has a backup sensor
system. This system lets you know
the approximate distance between
your vehicle and most obstacles with
an audible signal while you are
parking.

The sensors are installed in the rear
bumper. There are two corner
sensors, one on each side, and two
center sensors in the middle of the
rear bumper.

The system is activated and a beeper
sounds once when you put the
transmission into reverse. As your
vehicle is nearing an obstacle, the
system makes the audible signal to
let you know the approximate
distance between your vehicle and
the obstacle. If there are more than
two obstacles around the rear
bumper, the system informs you of
the nearest obstacle’s distance from
the rear bumper.

All obstacles may not always be
sensed. Even with this system, you
should look for obstacles near your
vehicle to make sure it is safe to park.

The beeping changes according to
the distance between the rear
bumper and an obstacle:

Distance from the Bumper

Corner

Sensors

Center

Sensors

Within

59 in

(150 cm)

Within

39 in

(100 cm)

Within

20 in

(50 cm)

Signal

Short beeps

Very short

beeps

Continuous

beeps

CONTINUED

Within

24 in

(60 cm)

Within

16 in

(40 cm)

Within

10 in

(25 cm)

Operation

Backup Sensor System

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The range of the corner sensors and
the rear center sensors are limited.
Each corner sensor is capable of
sensing an obstacle within about 24
in (60 cm).

The rear center sensors sense an
obstacle within about 59 in (150 cm).

Do not put any accessories on or
around the sensors.

The system may not function
properly under these conditions:

The sensors are covered with
snow, ice, mud, etc.

When the vehicle is on a rough
road, on grass, or on a hill.

After the vehicle has been sitting
out in hot or cold weather.

When the system is affected by
some electrical equipment or
devices generating an ultrasonic
wave.

When operating the vehicle in bad
weather.

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Within about 24 in (60 cm)

Within about 59 in (150 cm)

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The system may not sense thin or
low objects, or sonic-absorptive
materials such as snow, cotton, or
sponge.

The system cannot sense objects
directly under the bumper.

If a beeper sounds several times or
does not sound when you put the
transmission into reverse, there is a
problem with the backup sensor
system. You should have the system
checked by your dealer.

Canadian Owners:
This device complies with Industry
Canada Standard RSS-210. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause
interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference that may cause
undesired operation of the device.

This ISM device complies with Canadian
ICES-001.

Backup Sensor System

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If equipped

Refer to the navigation system
manual for operation of the rearview
camera.

Rearview Camera and Monitor

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Before you begin driving your
vehicle, you should know what
gasoline to use and how to check the
levels of important fluids. You also
need to know how to properly store
luggage or packages. The
information in this section will help
you. If you plan to add any
accessories to your vehicle, please
read the information in this section
first.

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Break-in Period

. 382

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Fuel Recommendation

. 382

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Service Station Procedures

. 383

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Refueling

. 383

…..

Tighten Fuel Cap Message

. 385

Opening and Closing

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the Hood

. 385

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Oil Check

. 387

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Engine Coolant Check

. 387

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Fuel Economy

. 388

Accessories and Modifications . 391

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Carrying Cargo

. 393

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Help assure your vehicle’s future
reliability and performance by paying
extra attention to how you drive
during the first 600 miles (1,000 km).
During this period:

Avoid full-throttle starts and rapid
acceleration.

Avoid hard braking for the first
200 miles (300 km).

Your vehicle is designed to operate
on premium unleaded gasoline with a
pump octane of 91 or higher. If this
octane grade is unavailable, regular
unleaded gasoline with a pump
octane of 87 or higher may be used
temporarily. The use of regular
unleaded gasoline can cause metallic
knocking noises in the engine and
will result in decreased engine
performance. The long-term use of
regular-grade gasoline can lead to
engine damage.

Do not change the oil until the
multi-information display indicates
it is needed.

Do not tow a trailer.

You should also follow these
recommendations with an
overhauled or exchanged engine, or
when the brakes are replaced.

We recommend quality gasolines
containing detergent additives that
help prevent fuel system and engine
deposits.

Break-in Period

Fuel Recommendation

Break-in Period, Fuel Recommendation

382

Use of gasoline with these additives
may adversely af f ect perf ormance, and
cause the malf unction indicator lamp
on your instrument panel to come on. If
this happens, contact your dealer f or
service. Some gasoline today is blended
with oxygenates such as ethanol. Your
vehicle is designed to operate on
oxygenated gasoline containing up to
10% ethanol by volume. Do not use
gasoline containing methanol. If you
notice any undesirable operating
symptoms, try another service station
or switch to another brand of gasoline.

We recommend quality gasoline
containing detergent additives that help
prevent f uel system and engine deposits.
In addition, in order to maintain good
perf ormance, f uel economy, and
emissions control, we strongly
recommend the use of gasoline that
does NOT contain harmf ul manganese-
based f uel additives such as MMT, if
such gasoline is available.

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