How to pair Bluetooth Phone with Chevrolet vehicles

Chevrolet vehicles equipped with Bluetooth capabilities allow you to make hands-free calls or listen to music from your phone. In this guide, we will go over the instructions on how to pair your phone with any Chevrolet vehicle. Chevrolet vehicles have various Bluetooth systems (such as MyLink, steering wheel etc), in this article, we will cover all of them. 

Scroll down until you find the instructions applicable to your Chevrolet. 

Pairing your phone with a Chevrolet

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Pair Cellphone with Chevrolet MyLink

To pair your smartphone to Chevy MyLink, you'll need to make sure the Bluetooth feature is turned on. After that, you'll need to press the "Phone" icon on MyLink's home screen. There will be a short series of prompts you can follow to finish syncing your cell phone to your car via Bluetooth.

  1. Turn on the Bluetooth on your Android or iPhone by going to settings. 
  2. On MyLink select Phone. 
  3. On the MyLink screen select Pair Phone. 
  4. On your phone, you should see Phone Bluetooth Pairing Request. "Chevrolet MyLink" would like to pair with your iPhone or Andoird.
  5. Confirm that the code shown on the Chevrolet matches that shown on your phone.
  6. Select Pair. 

Pair your phone using Chevrolet steering wheel buttons

  1. Turn on the ignition but do not start the engine. 
  2. Press the voice command button on the steering wheel and hold it pressed until you hear "READY".
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  3. Say "Bluetooth"
  4. Wait until you hear "pair Bluetooth device"
  5. Say PAIR
  6. On your phone Android or iPhone go to settings. 
  7. Select Bluetooth. 
  8. Search for a new device. 
  9. Select Your Vehicle or Chevrolet on the new found devices. 
  10. Enter the pin number. Your PIN number will display where you miles display on the odometer/instrument cluster. 

These instructions will help owners of Chevrolet Spark, Sonic, Bolt, Volt, Cruze, Malibu, Impala, Camaro, Corvette, City Express, Trax, Equinox, Traverse, Tahoe, Suburban, Colorado, Silverado, Sonic, Blazer, Astro, HHR, Uplander, Avalanche etc pair their phones.

By YOUCANIC on Mar 7, 2019


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