How do you connect to a Honda Pilot’s Bluetooth?

I’m renting a Honda Pilot and want to connect my mobile device. What are the steps to connect to the Honda Pilot’s Bluetooth?

Jacqulyn Graber · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
If your
Honda Pilot
is equipped with Bluetooth, syncing your phone should be fast and easy.
Here’s how to connect to the Honda Pilot’s Bluetooth.
First, make sure that your phone’s Bluetooth is enabled. You can typically do this by going to your phone’s settings and finding the Bluetooth menu.
Next, go to your Honda’s multimedia infotainment screen and tap the “Home” button located on the top left. Select “Phone” and then “Yes” to confirm. You’ll be asked if you want to add a new device—tap “Yes” again.
Once your phone is discovered by the vehicle, it will appear on your Pilot’s screen. Select it from the list by tapping its name.
Return to your device and find “HandsFreeLink” from the discoverable Bluetooth devices—this is your Honda Pilot’s Bluetooth. A pairing code will appear on your device screen. Press “Confirm.” The same code will appear on your Pilot’s screen. Tap “Pair.”
Finally, select which Bluetooth capabilities you want to use: “Audio,” “Phone”, and/or “Internet Tethering.” Tap “Connect” and you’re done!
You should only have to pair your phone and your Pilot once. In the future, they should automatically connect whenever your Pilot is turned on and your phone is within range.
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