How do you fix Ford Fusion Bluetooth?

How do you fix Ford Fusion Bluetooth? I’ve always had my phone connected to it without problems, but recently, it disconnected and I haven’t been able to get it to work again.

Melanie Mergen · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
There’s a broad range of reasons your Ford Fusion’s Bluetooth might not work. Depending on the reason your Ford Fusion’s Bluetooth isn’t working, you might be able to fix the problem with some simple troubleshooting:
  • Turn your phone off, then back on. When you turn it on again, see if it automatically connects to the vehicle.
  • Reset the Bluetooth feature on your Ford Fusion’s SYNC system by turning Bluetooth off and back on from the Bluetooth menu.
  • After resetting your SYNC’s Bluetooth, try manually connecting your phone to SYNC.
  • Try deleting your phone from the SYNC system, then re-pair the device.
  • Reverse pair your phone. The steps here will vary depending on your SYNC version, but Ford lays out the instructions on its website.
If you need more guidance on these steps, you can reference your owner’s manual for more in-depth instructions. If after some trial and error you’re still not having any luck fixing your Ford Fusion’s Bluetooth, you might want to get in touch with Ford’s support and service team, which you can do from Ford’s website.
Hopefully this ends up being an easy fix for you! If there’s a more serious problem with your Fusion’s Bluetooth, it might also be possible that a cheap
aftermarket Bluetooth adapter
could give you an easy workaround.
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