How do you delete Bluetooth devices from your 2016 Honda Civic?

I just bought a used Honda Civic and it still has a bunch of old devices paired to it. What’s the best way to delete Bluetooth devices from my 2016 Honda Civic?

Used cars can sometimes come with reminders of the previous owners. Luckily, things like paired devices are easy to remove with a little patience. Follow these steps to delete old Bluetooth devices from your Honda Civic 2016:
  • First, turn on the car.
  • Press the Settings button on the home screen of your Honda display.
  • Scroll to Phone Settings and select Device List.
  • Locate the devices you’d like to remove and select them, one at a time.
  • Once you choose a device, a menu should pop up asking whether you’d like to delete it.
  • Select Delete this Device and press Yes in the following confirmation screen.
If you’re having issues or can’t remove devices, try rebooting your Honda display by holding down the audio button for five seconds. The reboot should take about five minutes in total. Once it restarts, you should be able to delete old devices.
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Joshua Levy
Answered on Dec 17, 2021

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