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Q: How do you set up speed dial?

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How do you set up speed dial?

A: The HandsFreeLink® (HFL) system in your car...

The HandsFreeLink® (HFL) system in your car offers a lot of convenience and can enhance your safety by providing hands-free calling while you’re driving. You can also store up to 15 numbers in the speed dial section for even easier usage. Here’s how to store those numbers:

  1. Press the phone button.

  2. Choose speed dial.

  3. Choose add new.

  4. Choose how you want to add the numbers:

  • Choose a number from a phonebook stored in the system

  • Choose a number from call history

  • Input a number manually

  1. Enter the number.

  2. The system wants you to create a voice tag for the entry, which allows you to just use the tag to dial the number. Choose yes or no. If you choose yes, enter the tag.

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