How To Connect Bluetooth Devices To A Chrysler Car
Your mobile device can be wirelessly connected to your Chrysler Uconnect multimedia system via Bluetooth, allowing you to make hands-free phone calls, stream music, navigate using turn-by-turn directions, and perform many other functions. We at Empire Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram are happy to assist you by providing a detailed walkthrough on how to connect your mobile device to the new Chrysler Uconnect system that features Bluetooth technology.
How to Connect Bluetooth Devices to a Chrysler Vehicle
- Check that the Bluetooth feature on your mobile device is turned on.
- Press the icon labelled Phone on your Chrysler Uconnect screen, then select Add Device, followed by Settings. Your mobile device can now discover the system, and it may present you with a personal identification number (PIN).
- Choose your Chrysler from the list of available Bluetooth devices on your mobile device. The pair will now begin the pairing process, and the request to pair will be confirmed on the screen of your Chrysler Uconnect.
- The Bluetooth connection between your portable media player and the Chrysler Uconnect multimedia system has been established.
Additional Connecting Tips And Ideas For Bluetooth
- You are only able to have one Bluetooth connection that is active at any given time. If you connect another device to the Bluetooth, the new device will take the place of the prior connection.
- If there is already a Bluetooth device linked to the car audio system, you will need to disconnect it in order for the system to recognise a new device.
- Within your Bluetooth list, you have the capability of storing the information necessary to pair several Bluetooth devices.
- Once you have more than eight devices in storage, the information associated with the oldest device will be removed.
- If you’ve missed the opportunity to pair, please enable pairing mode once more and try again later. The window of time during which pairing is possible typically lasts for only a few minutes.
- In the event that you are unable to locate your Car Audio System in the Bluetooth device list on your phone (despite the fact that it is in pairing mode), instantly deactivate and reactivate the Bluetooth feature on your phone. This will cause the list to be updated. The Refresh function is available on a number of different cellphones. However, if this does not resolve the issue, please try turning Bluetooth off completely on your smartphone and then turning it back on again.
- You will be able to listen to music through the Car Audio system if the playback device you are using supports A2DP, which stands for Advanced Audio Distribution Profile. Within the list of possible music sources, you will need to pick “Bluetooth.” (Another choice would be to listen to AM/FM radio or a CD.) The majority of today’s smartphones are outfitted with A2DP. Since 2009, it has been widely adopted as a standard feature.
- If you continue to have problems pairing your Bluetooth devices, consider erasing the existing pairing information from your car stereo or smartphone and starting the process over again. This should help resolve any issues you may be having.
If you would like more information regarding how to connect your devices to your Chrysler, or if you would like more information regarding any of the other capabilities, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us so that you may chat with a member of our knowledgeable team.