How To Connect Phone To Mitsubishi Lancer

to connect the Bluetooth interface and a Bluetooth device.

1. Come to a complete stop before the vehicle and engage the “Park position, or P.

2. Select SPEECH from the menu (on steering wheel, headliner or dashboard).

NOTE: The Bluetooth Hands-Free Phone System conforms with many state regulations requiring hands-free phone use while driving and is practical, safe, and legal.

3. Say “Setup .

4. Say “Optional Pairings

As the voice guide says “Choose between the options pair, edit, delete, or list.

5. Say “Pair

As the voice guide says “Tell me the pairing code, please. It is necessary for you to write your own code.

6. Mention a four-digit number.

The system will validate whether the entered number is acceptable when the confirmation feature is on.

As the voice guide says “Start the device’s pairing process. Instructions can be found in the device handbook.

7. Enter the four-digit Bluetooth device registration code that you obtained in step six.

As the voice guide says “After the beep, kindly mention the name of the device. The Bluetooth device can be given any name you choose and registered as a device tag. You can say your name by itself, i.e “Phone of Bill.

8. After the beep, say the name you want to register.

As the voice guide says “When the pairing process is finished, a beep will be audible.

NOTE: Only seven devices can be linked at once. Certain Bluetooth devices demand a unique pairing code. For pairing code specifications, consult the device’s user handbook. The pairing code can be chosen by the user and is only employed during certification. Keep in mind the pairing code in case you need it later.

Has the 2011 Mitsubishi Lancer Bluetooth capability?

The Positive The 2011 Mitsubishi Lancer GTS has complete voice control over Bluetooth cell phones and iPods thanks to Mitsubishi’s innovative Fuse technology. Lots of power and bass are produced by the Rockford Fosgate audio system.

What about a 2009 Lancer’s Bluetooth?

Bluetooth Car Interface Built-In Hands Free Calling and Wireless Audio are now standard on the Mitsubishi Lancer 2009’s factory-installed car radio. The device has a microphone and Bluetooth built in.

Has the 2010 Lancer Bluetooth?

Bluetooth Car Interface Built-In The factory-installed car audio in the Mitsubishi Lancer 2010 now has Hands Free Calling and Wireless Audio. The device has a microphone and Bluetooth built in.

How do you link your car’s Bluetooth?

  • from your phone, pair
  • Verify that your car is paired and ready for discovery.
  • Open the Settings app on your phone.
  • Then select Connected devices. Tap “Bluetooth” if you see it.
  • To pair a new device, tap Your Car Name.