The 2006 Range Rover offers Bluetooth wireless technology, allowing you to communicate hands-free on your Bluetooth-enabled cell phone. You can only use Bluetooth with your Range Rover if you have a navigation system installed in your vehicle, and not all cell phones are compatible with the Range Rover Bluetooth connectivity system. Check your manual before synchronising your cell phone. To upgrade your Bluetooth system, you must contact your nearest Land Rover dealer.
Check your vehicle's model year to determine whether you need a CD or DVD upgrade. Models before 2002 need a CD, while models made in 2002 and after require a DVD.
Contact your nearest Land Range Rover dealer. Ask the agent for the latest Bluetooth upgrade DVD. Schedule a time and place to pick it up, or have the agent send to you in the mail.
Press the "Open" or "Eject" button on your entertainment system that houses your navigation unit. It will eject the current Bluetooth DVD. Remove it from the drive.
Insert the new BMW Bluetooth DVD. Push the "Close" button. Tap the Bluetooth icon on your navigation system.
Type in Bluetooth activation code --- "2121" on all Range Rover models --- using the numeric keypad when requested. The navigation system will automatically upgrade to the Bluetooth software.
- Land Rover: Bluetooth Overview
- Land Rover Topix: Ranger Rover Quick Start Guide
- Shelly Smith; Land Rover Agent; Lowell, Massachusetts
- Rover Upgrades: Range Rover Bluetooth Functional Overview
- Contact your Range Rover dealer anytime you have trouble with the Bluetooth or navigation system.
- If you do not feel comfortable upgrading it yourself, take your automobile to your dealer for a custom upgrade.
- Upgrade your system every six to 12 months.
- Never rely on your navigation system to get you to and from a location. Always familiarise yourself with your surroundings.