Connecting an external device - Vehicles With: Bluetooth

Connecting a Bluetooth audio device

CAUTION:
As various standards exist, manufacturers are able to implement a variety of profiles in their Bluetooth devices. Because of this, an incompatibility can occur between the Bluetooth device and the system, which in some cases may limit system functionality. To avoid this situation, only recommended devices should be used.

Please visit the website www.ford-mobile-connectivity.com for full details.

Bonding the device

Note: Some audio and navigation units have a separate Bluetooth audio menu.

Use this to access setup and control.

To connect the device to the system follow the same procedure as for Bluetooth hands free phones. See Bluetooth setup.

Operating the device

Select Bluetooth audio as the active source.

Tracks can be accessed by skipping forwards and backwards using the steering wheel controls, or directly from the audio unit controls.

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