How do I connect Bluetooth to a 2017 Honda Accord?

I bought a used Honda Accord a few days ago but I can’t figure out how to pair my phone to it. What’s the process?

Mary Alice Morris · Answered on Feb 21, 2023
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
It can take some time when you’re getting used to a newly-purchased vehicle. You can set up the Bluetooth connection on your 2017 Honda Accord by accessing the phone setup menu.
Here’s what to do:
  • Park your car and make sure your phone’s Bluetooth is on and in discovery mode.
  • Press the Phone button on your radio panel.
  • Tap on Yes, and then tap on Continue.
  • Select your phone from the list that pops up on your touchscreen display.
  • Check that the number on your touchscreen matches your phone’s number.
  • If prompted to enter a passcode, you’ll see it appear on the touch screen. Simply enter the code into your phone.
  • When the phone is successfully paired, your Honda will give you a confirmation notification.
Now your phone should be ready to go with hands-free calling and music streaming in your car!
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