How to Use Bluetooth in a Range Rover

Updated February 21, 2017

All late-model Range Rovers come standard with Bluetooth capabilities. Bluetooth in your vehicle works by syncing your Bluetooth capable cell phone with your Range Rover's integrated Bluetooth system. When you make and receive calls you hear and speak through the speaker system in your car. Caller ID information is displayed on your dashboard screen and you can make and receive calls using the buttons located on your steering wheel, which eliminates the need to take your hands off the wheel.

Pair your phone to your Range Rover by turning the locate mode of both devices on and allowing them to find one another. Use the directions specific to your Range Rover model by finding them in your operator's manual.

Make a phone call by pushing the button on your steering wheel marked with a photo of a phone. Your Range Rover will say "Phone" at which point you say "Call....." and input the name of the person you want to call. If the call you want to make is to a number not listed in your cell phone's contact list you will need to say the area code and phone number to your Range Rover.

Disconnect your call by once again pushing the steering wheel control with the phone on it.

Answer a call by first looking at the Caller ID on your dashboard screen. Once you've decided to answer the call, push the button on your steering wheel with the photo of the phone on it. Disconnect the same way you did in step three.

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