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On the 2010 nav system, when I look up breeadcrumb trails, it says that they will be shown when navigating off of a known area. Does anyone know if they can be turned on all of the time so that I can retrace my route on streets and highways, just like a normal GPS?
 

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I'm not positive, but from what I recall reading in the manual, if they are turned on, they only appear when off of a known area.

(which may include roads that are confirmed in the nav yet)
 

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yes, that's my understanding too...it would be nice to have them available on demand to re-trace a route, even on "known" streets...another disappointment...in many ways, my $100.00 Garmin outperforms my expensive nav system in the CT.
 

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yes, that's my understanding too...it would be nice to have them available on demand to re-trace a route, even on "known" streets...another disappointment...in many ways, my $100.00 Garmin outperforms my expensive nav system in the CT.
Give me a break, we all know the Garmin is better. The question is about retracing your route. How is that done?
 

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As far as I know, the nav system will not help you in retracing your route via breadcrumb trails UNLESS you are in an area that does not have any data. That's my point chefmark. ("Give me a break?" Head banging on wall emoticon? WTF??? No need to be rude, MISTER Senior member.)
 

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Hey warp7, we may not have all-the-time breadcrumbs, but i found something our Nav system can do, I found this on the Honda website:
The automatic climate control on models equipped with the Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System benefit from GPS-linked, solar-sensing technology that intelligently modifies the temperature setting on the side of the vehicle facing the sun.
Based on its continuously updated vehicle position information, the navigation system determines the position of the sun relative to the driver and passenger and then increases or decreases the temperature accordingly. When in AUTO mode, this information is combined with input from the solar sensor located on top of the instrument panel to automatically adjust the temperature from side to side as needed in order to compensate for asymmetrical solar heating.
 
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