How do I connect a Bluetooth device to my 2015 Honda Pilot?

I recently bought a 2015 Honda Pilot, and I’m slowly learning how to use all of its features. Does the 2015 Pilot have Bluetooth capabilities, or do I need to purchase some sort of adapter?

Jacqulyn Graber · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Congratulations on the new-to-you car! You’ll be glad to know that every 2015
Honda Pilot
comes equipped with Bluetooth, and you can set it up in a few easy steps:
  • First, make sure that your phone’s Bluetooth capabilities are turned on. You can usually access this via your iPhone or Android settings.
  • Then, on your Pilot’s infotainment screen, go to “Settings.”
  • Click “Connect” and then “Bluetooth.”
  • Choose the “Connect New Device” option. Within seconds, your phone should pop up as an available device on your infotainment screen. Select it.
  • Follow any pairing prompts on your phone, and—within moments—your phone should be connected.
Once you set up your Bluetooth device, it should automatically connect every time you turn on your Pilot with your mobile device in range. If it doesn’t or if the pairing doesn’t work in the first place, you may have to
take your car to a mechanic
or the dealership to determine what the issue is.
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