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How to Pair your Smartphone to your Honda's Bluetooth System

How to pair smartphone to your Honda Bluetooth system
How to pair smartphone to your Honda Bluetooth system

How To Pair Your Smartphone With Honda Bluetooth Technology

Times have changed. As a modern high-tech society, we rely entirely on our smartphones to store information for easy accessibility, such as contact info, calendars, emails, navigation, and more. However, operating a vehicle while distracted by our smart device is highly reckless and dangerous. It not only places you at risk, but you may potentially cause harm to your loved ones, other motorists, and pedestrians on the road. At Castle Honda, all our new Honda vehicles and the majority of our used Honda's are equipped with Bluetooth technology to provide an easy and undistracted alternative to access information from your smart device.

Using Honda Bluetooth technology in your adequately equipped Honda car, truck, or SUV is quick and straightforward to setup. Pairing your phone with the Bluetooth connectivity in your Honda car helps to keep your eyes on the road while you stay connected. You can keep up on messages, phone calls, and have access to turn by turn directions through your audio system. You can learn how to connect your phone to the Bluetooth hands-free system right here.

Instructions On How to Pair Your Smartphone To Bluetooth

It only takes a few minutes to pair your smartphone with the Bluetooth connectivity in your Honda. Use these step by step instructions to quickly and easily connect your smart device with your Honda Bluetooth. Before you begin, it is important to note that you must not attempt to pair your phone while driving. Please make sure you are parked in a safe location before proceeding.

  1. If not already turned on, the Bluetooth setting on your smartphone must be turned on.
  2. Access "Settings" from your Honda's infotainment screen.
  3. Find the "Phone" button.
  4. Select "Add Bluetooth Device."
  5. Locate and select your phone from the list on the screen.
    1. If you cannot locate your phone on the list, press "phone not found" from the add Bluetooth device screen.
    2. Search for "HandsFreeLink" in the Bluetooth options of your phone.
    3. Once your Honda vehicle has recognized the device, it will provide a 6-digit code on the screen that will coincide with a 6-digit code on your phone.
    4. Press "Pair"

Need Help?

If you are experiencing difficulty pairing your smartphone with your Honda Bluetooth, contact us or schedule an appointment with our Service Centre.