How can I delete a Bluetooth device from my Honda Civic from 2018?

I’m taking a road trip in my friend’s Honda. I’d like to connect to her car, but the spaces are all full! What’s the easiest way for me to delete a Bluetooth device from my friend’s 2018 Civic?

Answer
Road trips can be loads of fun, especially with the right setup! Luckily, hands-free features like Bluetooth are great for handling music and calls on the road.
Follow these steps to delete a Bluetooth device from a Honda Civic from 2018:
  • Press the phone button on your steering wheel display controls.
  • Scroll to the Phone Setup option and select it with the center knob button.
  • Navigate to the Connections option and select it.
  • Press the Delete a Phone button in the subsequent menu.
  • Use the scroll wheel to pick the device you’d like to remove. A menu should appear asking you to confirm your decision.
  • Select Yes to confirm you’d like to delete the device.
  • A notification should appear, confirming the phone was deleted.
Hopefully, these steps do the trick. But if you’re still having trouble removing a device, try checking your owner’s manual for further information.
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Joshua Levy
Answered on Dec 17, 2021
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