How do I connect Bluetooth to an Infiniti car?
I just bought a newer Infiniti and I’m having a hard time connecting its Bluetooth to my phone. Can you tell me how to do it?
Mary Cahill · Answered on Jan 04, 2023
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Don’t worry, we understand the importance of Bluetooth audio streaming! You can connect Bluetooth to an Infiniti car in a few easy steps.
To start, make sure that Bluetooth functionality is enabled on your mobile device—otherwise, it won’t be able to detect your Infiniti. Next, press the MENU button near the Infiniti’s audio system and select Settings, Bluetooth, Connect Device, and Add New. You should see a PIN number displayed on your Infiniti’s infotainment screen.
Open the Bluetooth menu on your phone and select MY-CAR from the list of pairing options. If you’re prompted to enter a PIN, type in the exact number shown on the infotainment screen. Once your car and phone are paired via Bluetooth, they should automatically sync up every time you enter your vehicle.
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