Q: How do I turn on or turn off the automatic connection?

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How do I turn on or turn off the automatic connection?

You can choose whether or not a paired Bluetooth device will automatically connect to the system when the ignition is turned to ACC.

To customize this setting, press the detailed Bluetooth settings and then turn the Bluetooth power "On" or "Off."

"On" will allow it to automatically connect, while "Off" will require manual connection each time.

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