How do you delete a Bluetooth device from a Mitsubishi Outlander?

I just got a new phone and want to connect it to my car, but it says I can’t because I already have ten devices paired. How do I delete a Bluetooth device from a Mitsubishi Outlander so I can add a new one?

Kathryn Mae Kurlychek · Answered on Feb 20, 2023
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Your Mitsubishi Outlander lets you pair multiple devices simultaneously—but the list isn’t limitless! Once you’ve hit the maximum number of paired devices in your vehicle, you won’t be able to add a new one without deleting a different device from the list first. Exactly how you do that will partially depend on your car’s model year and trim designation, but in most cases, it’s a fairly straightforward process.
In newer models, you can access your list of paired devices by entering your vehicle’s settings and selecting the “Connections” button from the lower menu. This should pull up a list of devices currently paired with your vehicle. You can select the device you wish to delete from the list, then hit “Delete” at the top to remove it from your car’s paired phones.
In models made between 2010 and 2016 this process can also be accomplished via voice command. Simply enable voice commands in your vehicle, then say “set up,” followed by “pairing options” and “delete.” From there, you should be able to say the name of the device you wish to delete from your car—or simply say all to wipe the slate clean and remove every paired device.
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