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If your vehicle is equipped with Bluetooth® Streaming Audio, you can access and play audio files from your Bluetooth® compatible device.
If the desired Bluetooth® audio player is already paired as a phone, press the SETTING button on the control panel. Touch BLUETOOTH on the display screen, then CONNECTED DEVICES, and then AUDIO PLAYER. Select your already paired phone as an audio player by touching its name on the screen.
To utilize this feature if your Bluetooth® audio player is not already paired as a phone, press the SETTING button on the control panel. After touching the BLUETOOTH key on the display screen, touch the CONNECT BLUETOOTH key.
The next screen asks you if you are connecting the device to use with the Hands-Free Phone system. Touch the NO key. The vehicle display screen shows a PIN. Enter it into the Bluetooth® audio device to complete the connection process.
Check your audio device's Owner's Manual for more information.
Once the device is connected, press the DISC-AUXILIARY button several times until "Bluetooth Audio" appears on the display screen. Touch the on-screen keys to pause or play the audio files.
Your device's audio files will now play through the vehicle's speakers. In some cases, the sound quality is compromised through the Bluetooth® connection. If this occurs, we recommend using the USB audio input.
Please be aware that selecting or pairing a Bluetooth® audio player may not be available immediately after starting the vehicle. Allow a short time for the paired device's phonebook to update before selecting or pairing a Bluetooth® audio player.
For more information on your Bluetooth® system, see your Owner's Manual.