Go Hands-Free in your Mitsubishi
In New Hampshire, using your cellphone while driving is now illegal, but you can make calls if your phone is connected to your car via Bluetooth. Mitsubishi realizes this as an important feature in your vehicle, which is why it has been included in many models since 2007. Read here for a step-by-step break down of how you can connect your phone to your Mitsubishi.
**In order to connect, your phone, and your vehicle have to be powered on.
On your Mitsubishi:
- Press the Speech button on the steering wheel. You’ll see an image of a face, with speech lines coming out of the person’s mouth. Now, wait for a beep.
- After the beep, say “Setup.” Wait until the audible list has completed and the vehicle beeps again.
- Say, “Pairing Options.” Once the vehicle has finished listing options, you’ll hear another beep.
- Say, “Pair” and the vehicle will give you instructions, and then ask you for a 4-digit pin code.
- Choose your own 4-digit pin code. You’ll then use this pin on your phone to complete the pairing procedure.
On your phone:
- Go to your Settings menu, and select Bluetooth
- Make sure that Bluetooth is enabled or set to “on.”
- Begin searching on your phone for new devices.
- Once the Mitsubishi is detected, “Hands-Free System” or a similar name will display. That is the name you’ll select.
- Your vehicle will then ask you for a name associated with the cellphone. You can say your own name or anything you’d like to identify your phone.
- Your Mitsubishi will then confirm it has completed the pair by saying, “Pairing Complete.”
Thanks for reading, and if you have any questions setting up your Bluetooth device in your Mitsubishi Outlander, Outlander Sport, or any other model please visit us at 93 Manchester Street in Concord, NH. Feel free to give us a call at 603-689-1851 and we’ll also be happy to assist there as well.