Q: How do I answer a call?

asked by on December 11, 2015

How do I answer a call?

The hands free feature on your vehicle allows you to talk on the phone without taking your hands off of the steering wheel. To answer an incoming call when driving.

  1. Press the Phone button to engage the hands free mode.

  2. Press and hold the Phone button to end the call.

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