How do you delete a Bluetooth device from a 2015 Honda Civic?

I want to delete my old iPhone from my Honda Civic. How do I do that?

Jacqulyn Graber · Answered on Dec 08, 2022
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
You can use your 2015 Honda Civic’s infotainment system to delete your old Bluetooth device. You’ll just need to press a few buttons:
  • Press the “Settings” button using the control stick.
  • Scroll to “Phone Settings” and press the control stick to select it.
  • Scroll to “Bluetooth Device List” and press the control stick to select it.
  • Select the device you would like to remove by highlighting it and pressing on the control stick.
  • Scroll to “Delete This Device” and press the control stick to select it.
  • A confirmation will appear. Select “Yes” by pressing on the control stick to confirm.
The Bluetooth device has now been deleted from your vehicle’s system and you will see a confirmation window at the bottom of the display confirming this.
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