Hands-free Bluetooth connectivity has been around for years and this workshop offers video links showing how it’s done on most vehicles.
Not everyone has access to the original owner’s manuals on a vehicle, especially a pre-owned vehicle that they have purchased. We hope this video guide helps drivers “get connected” and stay safe on the road!
First, turn your phone on. Go to the Main Menu, or Apps Menu. Find the Systems folder and open this file up. On some older phones, search for the Tools or Toolbox folder. Search for Bluetooth Settings. Turn Bluetooth ON, and on some phones you will want to place the phone in discovery mode. You may need to tap the icon for “Search for Devices,” or “Search for Trusted Devices.” See an example of phone pairing to various vehicles below.
Using and pairing a Bluetooth compatible phone to a basic Ford Sync system, see this video
Using and pairing a Bluetooth phone to a MyFord Touch system, see this video
Using and pairing a Bluetooth phone to a Sync with MyFord system, see this video
Pairing a phone to a 2014 Nissan, see this video
For general information on the Nissan Connect system, see this website
To pair a Bluetooth phone to a Mazda, see this video
Here is another video on pairing a Bluetooth phone to a Mazda (CX-9)
Using Bluetooth on a Kia vehicle, see this video
To pair a Toyota (2011-2013 models) without navigation, see this video
More on pairing a Bluetooth phone to a Toyota, see this video
Setting up a Bluetooth phone to a Honda, see this video
Pairing and using Bluetooth phones on a Hyundai, see this video
Pairing a phone to a Subaru Outback, see this video
Pairing your Bluetooth telephone to a non-iDrive BMW, see this video
Pairing and using a Bluetooth phone or device with an Audi, see this video
Pairing an iPhone to a Mercedes, see this video
Using an Android phone on a Mercedes, see this video
Pairing a phone to a Volkswagen, see this video
Pairing an iPhone to a VW, see this video
Connecting a Bluetooth phone to a Volvo, see this video
How to pair to a vehicle with touch screen Dodge UConnect system, see this video
How to pair to a non-touch screen Chrysler, see this video
Bluetooth pairing a phone to a Buick or GMC, see this video
Pairing a phone to a 2014 Chevy Spark and Sonic, see this video
A good overall source for using hands-free devices on Chevrolet, see this website
Connect an iPhone to your Chevy, GM, Buick or Cadillac, see this video
(Many thanks to the sources who provided these internet-sourced videos.)
Always remember to be safe by keeping your eyes on the road and your hands on the wheel. Happy Motoring!