From time to time, your Honda Civic’s Bluetooth may not work. There can be a few issues that are behind this problem. As a general rule, you should first check to be sure that you have Bluetooth turned on.
If the Bluetooth in a Honda Civic is not working, it may be due to the device’s pairing memory being full. To fix this, clear the Bluetooth memory through the car’s audio system settings and attempt to re-pair the device.
The issue might also be with the software of the car’s infotainment system. If it’s outdated, it may not function correctly with newer devices. Check for any available updates for the system and install them. If the problem persists, a factory reset of the system might be necessary, but be aware that this will erase all saved settings.
If your Honda Civic’s Bluetooth is not working, there are a few steps that you can take to easily fix the issue.
Honda Civic Bluetooth Not Pairing
When it comes to Bluetooth, your Bluetooth may be turned on both your phone and Honda Civic, but no matter how hard you try, it will not pair. This is one of those issues that is so trivial that it becomes frustrating to deal with. The first issue to check is to ensure that your device is, in fact, compatible with your Honda Civic.
If your device is compatible and your Bluetooth is not paired with your Honda Civic, first ensure that your phone or device is fully charged. Even if your device is turned on, a low battery can produce a low signal, making it hard for your Honda Civic to pick it up. The way that Bluetooth works is by utilizing radio waves. If the energy level on your phone isn’t enough, these levels will be too low to pick up.
You may also be facing the issue of where a device that has been previously prepared with your Honda Civic is in range. If that is the case, you need to enter your Honda Civic’s Settings menu and make sure that your device is the device that it is connecting to. You can turn off the Bluetooth settings that pick up devices that are not the device that you are attempting to connect with.
Bluetooth is reliant on the signal from your device. If you are in an area where the signal is low, you might not be able to connect your device to your Honda Cicnic’s Bluetooth. If your Bluetooth picks up the connection as you continue to drive, then it is safe to say that this is the issue.
If you’ve tried all these methods and are in an area where Bluetooth and cell service are good, perform a reset. On your phone, enter the Settings menu, and find the Bluetooth section, turn it on and off again. Also, delete your Honda Civic from the list of devices that your Bluetooth is connecting to. Reconnect it and check to see if it is working properly.
Honda Civic Bluetooth Keeps Disconnecting
You may experience an issue where your Bluetooth may be connected, but from time to time you will disconnect. This could be a technological issue either on the side of your phone or the connection between your phone and your Honda Civic. First, check to see that your Bluetooth settings have not been turned off. If they have, turn them on and off again and try to connect.
If your Bluetooth continues to disconnect, as a general rule, you should reset your Bluetooth settings in your Honda Civic. First, enter your Settings menu on your phone. When you bring up Bluetooth settings, there will be a list of connected devices. Find your Honda Civic and click on it. Select to remove the device. Wait until your Honda Civic appears again and click Connect.
If resetting your Bluetooth connection on your phone doesn’t work, you can reconnect the Bluetooth through your Honda Civic. Turn on the Bluetooth settings on your phone and press the Home button on your Honda Civic’s display screen. Once you press the button labeled Phone, you’ll be prompted with a ‘Yes’ or ‘No’, press ‘Yes’ to confirm.
This will bring up any devices that are in range. Select your phone from the available options. One of the reasons that your Bluetooth may constantly disconnect may be because your ‘HandsFreeLink’ is not enabled. This is a setting that you need to turn on through your phone’s Settings menu. With ‘HandsFreeLink’ set on, you are less likely to face the issue of your Bluetooth disconnecting frequently.
There could also be another Bluetooth device in the vicinity that has previously been paired with your Honda Civic in the past. Look under the Settings menu on your Honda Civic’s display screen to check that it is connected to the correct device.
Honda Civic Bluetooth Not Turning On
If your Honda Civic Bluetooth device is not turned on, wait a moment. Sometimes it can take a few seconds for your device and your Honda Civic to sync up. If it still does not connect, there are a few other things to try.
If your Bluetooth is not turned on for your Honda Civic, first make sure that your phone or device is turned on. Also, check to see if your Bluetooth settings are on. Enter your phone’s Settings menu and, under Bluetooth, make sure that settings are not limited.
Honda Civic Bluetooth Audio Not Working
You may find that your Bluetooth is connected on both ends, but that your audio is not working. There are a few things that you should check to troubleshoot this issue.
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If your Honda Civic Bluetooth audio is not working, make sure that the audio on your Hona Civic is turned on and that it is turned up to an audible level.
Honda Civic Bluetooth No Device Connected
Like with pairing and disconnection issues, your Honda Civic can show that there is no device connected. Firstly, you should restart your Bluetooth settings on your phone or device. Also, ensure that your device is fully charged.
Check for your phone settings to ensure that your phone is connected to Bluetooth. Check to make sure that your settings are turned on and delete your Honda Civic from your device. Search and reconnect your device again.
You may be in an area where you do not have enough signal for your Bluetooth to connect. If your device’s service is low, your ability to connect to your Honda Civic will be affected. Similarly, if your device has a low battery, it can often show as not being connected. Because it takes power to connect your phone or device to your Honda Civic’s Bluetooth, even if your phone or device is on, but has low power, the connection can be interrupted.
Honda Civic Bluetooth Not Working
If your Honda Civic Bluetooth is not working you need to first check that you have Bluetooth permission enabled on your phone, if you do have access is there are other aspects to troubleshoot. Try reconnecting your Bluetooth to your Honda Civic. It could be a matter of lost connection or the need to restart.
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