How can I delete a Bluetooth device from my 2017 Honda Civic?

I just got a new phone, but my old one is still connected to my Honda. I’d like to get rid of it since I need to pair my new phone. What’s the best way to delete a Bluetooth device from my 2017 Honda Civic?

Answer
While it’s a minor part of car maintenance, keeping your connected devices up-to-date is a great way to keep your car organized. Plus, it only takes a few minutes to delete Bluetooth devices from your Honda Civic 2017.
  • First, turn on your car and press the Phone button on your steering wheel.
  • From there, use the steering wheel or display controls to select Phone Setup.
  • You should see a new menu with the option Bluetooth Setup—select it.
  • The following menu should give you the option to delete devices.
  • Once you select the option to delete a device, you should see a list of connected devices.
  • Pick the one you’d like to delete and press Yes when asked if you’d like to remove it.
These steps should help you delete any unwanted devices from your 2017 Honda Civic. But if you have an earlier model without Honda’s HandsFreeLink, you may need to check your owner’s manual for further instructions.
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Joshua Levy
Answered on Dec 17, 2021
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