Q: How do I pair a phone?

asked by on January 15, 2016

How do I pair a phone?

Before using your phone with your car’s Bluetooth system, you’ll need to pair your phone. Pairing your phone is a simple process that only takes a few minutes: 1. Press the Setup button. 2. Rotate the Volume knob to Phone, then press the Enter button. 3. Rotate the Volume knob to Pair, then press the Enter button. The system will then show your device and a passkey. 4. Following the instructions provided by the manufacturer, begin the Bluetooth process in your phone, and use the device name and passkey to link the phone with the Bluetooth system. Tip You can have up to five phones paired with your vehicle.

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