How do you delete a Bluetooth device from a 2013 Honda Accord?

I just bought a used car and want to pair my phone with it, but the old owner’s phone is still the default option. How do you delete a Bluetooth device from a 2013 Honda Accord?

Melanie Mergen · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
While you can pair multiple devices with a 2013
Honda Accord’s
Bluetooth feature, having an unused device that’s still paired can make things unnecessarily complicated when you’re trying to use your phone.
Here’s how you can delete a Bluetooth device from your 2013
  • Enter the settings menu on your infotainment system
  • Select “phone settings”
  • Select “Bluetooth device list”
  • On the list of devices, select the device you want to remove
  • Select “delete this device”
  • On the confirmation screen, select “yes”
That’s it! Once you’re finished, that old device won’t be such a hassle anymore—and your phone can take the honorable spot as the primary device.
For additional guidance, you can refer to your 2013 Honda Accord’s owner’s manual.
While you’re at it, remember to make sure that new set of wheels is protected by the right
car insurance
policy so you can keep enjoying that Bluetooth connection!
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