How do I delete a Bluetooth device from a Honda Accord from 2014?

I’m getting ready to sell my 2014 Honda Accord and need to delete a few phones connected through Bluetooth. How do I remove them from the car?

Andrea Barrett · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Deleting your personal information and devices is a good idea before you sell your car! To delete a Bluetooth device from a
Honda Accord
from 2014, use your vehicle’s multimedia screen and enter the Settings menu. Then, follow these steps:
  • Scroll through the menu and select Phone Settings.
  • Navigate to Bluetooth Device List and click to select.
  • Select the device you want to remove from Bluetooth.
  • Scroll to Delete This Device and click to select.
  • A confirmation message will appear on the screen. Select Yes to confirm.
  • Your Bluetooth device has now been deleted from your Accord.
Connecting to Bluetooth is a great way to keep your eyes on the road and avoid
distracted driving
, which, depending on the state you live in, comes with some hefty consequences. As not all vehicles have Bluetooth—luckily, your 2014 Honda Accord does—you can also purchase external devices that support Bluetooth connection.
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