Q: How do I choose the Uconnect language?

asked by on December 11, 2015

How do I choose the Uconnect language?

The Uconnect voice-activated system is available in English, Spanish, and French. Switching languages requires a few easy steps.

  1. Press the Uconnect phone button, which looks like a phone, and is located on either the center console or the steering wheel.

  2. The system will prompt you by saying “Ready” and beeping. At this point, say either “English”, “Espanol,” or “Francais.”

  3. Follow the prompts to confirm your language choice.

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