How to delete a Bluetooth device from my Honda?
Removing Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® Paired Phone from your Honda Vehicle
Here at Miller Honda in Winchester, VA, we like teaching people more about their Honda vehicles. This can range from simple things like what type of oil your vehicle needs to more involved processes like programming a Honda vehicle’s universal garage door opener. Today, we’d like to teach you another skill.
Here’s how to delete a Bluetooth device from your Honda vehicle. We’ll be using the 2019 Honda Pilot as an example vehicle, so the process may vary a little bit depending on your vehicle’s model and model year. Also note that this process does not work for Android Auto or Apple CarPlay, only Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®. A video tutorial is also included.
Deleting a Paired Smartphone from Your Honda
There are just six steps to deleting a paired phone from Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®. Follow these instructions to remove a paired device from your Honda:
Press the Phone button or select Phone in the Options menu
Select Phone Setup
Select Bluetooth® Setup
Select Delete Device
Navigate to and select the paired to the paired phone you want to delete
And that’s it! You’ve successfully removed a paired Bluetooth® device from your Honda vehicle.
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