Tech Tips | 2011 Honda Crosstour Bluetooth Setup | Boulder, CO | Denver, CO | Fisher Honda

(303) 247-8447 We Deliver Nationwide! http://www.fisherhonda.com/delivery-service/ Today I'm going to show you how to pair your bluetooth smartphone with the Honda Hands Free Link system. 1. The first thing you'll want to do is have your phone ready and press the Call/ Voice Command on the left of the steering wheel. 2. The car will prompt you about the system. Press the voice command button and say "Yes" 3. Listen the the system prompt. It will announce that it is searching for the phone and gives you a pairing code. 4. Now, on your phone make sure your bluetooth is on, make your phone discover-able and and search for devices. 5. When your phone discovers the system, the HandsFreeLink device will come up, go ahead and select that device on your phone. 6. Your phone will now ask for the pairing code, enter the one the system presented and hit "done" and then "OK" 7. Your phone is now connected and the system just need sand name to identify it. Press the voice command button and announce the name you want to assign. 8. The system will now prompt you with the tutorial which you can either go through or use the voice command button and say "no" to exit. This process is identical to many other Honda vehicles, including all of those that feature the Honda Hands Free Link but lack a navigation system so feel free to use this guide. Fisher Honda has been family owned and operated in Boulder since 1968. With over 500 Google reviews and a 4.8 out of 5 star rating, why would you choose to do business anywhere else? Fisher Auto 6025 Arapahoe Rd. Boulder, CO. 80303 Website: http://www.fisherhonda.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/coloradohondakiadealer Twitter: https://twitter.com/FisherKiaHonda Google+: https://plus.google.com/b/114095486627687280686/114095486627687280686/posts Instagram: http://instagram.com/fisherkiahonda Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/fisher-auto-dba-fisher-honda-dba-fisher-kia?trk=nmp_rec_act_company_photo

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