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Old 25 Jun 2008, 11:46 am
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Default How can I change users for the Bluetooth feature on a 2008 Honda Accord Sedan?

I have two users set up with the hands free bluetooth in my 2008 Honda Accord Sedan. Currently it is set up so that I am the user. How can my husband switch to user #2 when my he drives my car? I can't find my car manual. Thanks!
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Old 25 Jun 2008, 12:01 pm
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check page 240 of your owners manualBasically you have to make sure both of the phones are paired to Bluetooth, then find out which one is currently paired and if its not the one you want linked then you need to change the pairing. Here's the instructions from the owners manualTo list all paired phones, do this:1. Press and release the Talk button.After the beep, say ‘‘Phone setup.’’The HFL response is ‘‘Phonesetup options are status, pair, edit,delete, and list.’’2. Press and release the Talk button.After the beep, say ‘‘List.’’ TheHFL responds by listing the nameof each paired phone. When allphones paired to the system havebeen read, the HFL response is‘‘The entire list has been read.Returning to the main menu.’’To find out the status of the phone beingused, do this:1. Press and release the Talk button.After the beep, say ‘‘Phone setup.’’The HFL response is, ‘‘Phonesetup options are status, pair, edit,delete, and list.’’2. Press and release the Talk button.After the beep, say ‘‘Status.’’ Anexample of the HFL response is,‘‘Eric’s phone is linked. Batterystrength is three bars. Signalstrength is five bars, and thephone is roaming. Returning to themain menu.’’To change from the currently linkedphone to another paired phone, do this1. Press and release the Talk button.After the beep, say ‘‘Next phone.’’The HFL response is ‘‘Searchingfor the next phone.’’ The HFLthen disconnects the linked phoneand searches for another pairedphone. If the HFL finds it, anexample of the HFL response is,‘‘Paul’s phone is linked.’’ If noother phones are found, the firstphone remains linked.there is a website to check if you run into problemshandsfreelink.honda.comhope that helps
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