How Do I Connect My Phone to My Car’s Bluetooth?
Today, nearly every Nissan car, truck, or SUV comes standard with Bluetooth wireless streaming technology. Bluetooth allows you to connect your phone or tablet to your vehicle’s infotainment system so that you can play music (whether stored on the device or over the internet), make phone calls, or receive texts.
To find out which Nissan model trims come with Bluetooth and what cool, hands-free features it gives you, check out our Nissan Showroom Page.
Please read below for the easy steps on how to pair your Bluetooth-capable iPhone or Google Android device to your car’s stereo. But if you’re still having trouble getting it to work, give our friendly service advisors a call at 1-888-797-8032.
Step-By-Step Guide to Pairing Your Phone
Sit down in the driver’s seat and close all your car’s windows and doors as surrounding noises can cause interference
Click on your phone’s Settings menu and make sure that Bluetooth is activated and stay on the menu
Press the button that shows a face speaking into a phone on your steering wheel and wait for the tone
1. Say, “setup”
2. Wait for the tone, and then say, “pair phone”
3. Wait for the tone, and then say, “new phone”
4. Your car will then send a code to your phone. Enter that code into your Bluetooth menu
5. You can then provide a name for your phone
Now you’re connected! You can repeat the above steps for up to 5 other Bluetooth capable devices