How do you reset a Chevy Malibu’s Bluetooth?

Can you reset the Bluetooth in a Chevy Malibu? I’ve been having connectivity issues and I’m not sure how else to fix them. I’m hoping if I reset my Bluetooth, the problem will resolve itself.

Liz Jenson · Answered on Jan 12, 2023
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
To reset a Chevy Malibu’s Bluetooth, follow these steps:
  1. Turn on your car and use your touchscreen to access your list of paired Bluetooth devices.
  2. Select the name of the device that’s been giving you trouble, then delete it.
  3. Open your phone’s settings and locate your car in the list of paired devices.
  4. Select your car, then select Delete or Forget This Device to remove it.
  5. Once you’ve removed both connections, turn off your car.
  6. Open and close your car door.
  7. Wait for two minutes, then turn your car back on.
  8. Pair your phone with your car once again.
This should reset your car’s Bluetooth and take care of any connectivity problems that you’re experiencing. If this doesn’t work, though, you may need to talk to a professional about your problem.
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