How to Delete a Bluetooth Device from a Subaru Outback 2013

If you no longer want a Bluetooth device to be connected to your Subaru Outback 2013, deleting it can be a quick and easy process. In this article, we’ll take you through the step-by-step process of deleting a Bluetooth device from your Subaru Outback 2013.

Key Takeaways

  • Deleting a Bluetooth device from a Subaru Outback 2013 is quick and easy.
  • You can delete a Bluetooth device from your car using the touchscreen or voice commands.
  • Deleting a Bluetooth device will disconnect it from your car and remove it from the list of paired devices.

Step-by-Step Guide

  1. Turn on your Subaru Outback’s infotainment system and navigate to the home screen.

  2. Touch the "Settings" icon on the home screen.

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  1. Scroll down to the "Phone" section and select "Bluetooth Devices."

Phone-Bluetooth-Devices

  1. On the Bluetooth Devices screen, you will see a list of all devices that are currently paired with your car.

  2. Find the device you want to delete and tap on its name.

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  1. A pop-up window will appear asking if you want to delete the device.

  2. Confirm that you want to delete the device by tapping "Yes."

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  1. The device will be removed from the list of paired devices and will no longer be connected to your car.

  2. Exit the Bluetooth Devices screen and continue using your Subaru Outback as usual.

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Using Voice Commands

If you prefer to use voice commands to delete a Bluetooth device from your Subaru Outback 2013, you can do so by following these steps:

  1. Press and hold the "Talk" button on your steering wheel.

  2. Say "Delete Bluetooth device."

  3. Your car’s infotainment system will prompt you to confirm that you want to delete a device.

  4. Say "Yes" to confirm that you want to delete the device.

  5. The device will be removed from the list of paired devices and will no longer be connected to your car.

FAQ

Q: Will deleting a Bluetooth device from my Subaru Outback 2013 reset the entire Bluetooth system?

A: No, deleting a Bluetooth device from your Subaru Outback 2013 will only remove that specific device from the list of paired devices. It will not reset the entire Bluetooth system.

Q: Can I delete multiple Bluetooth devices at once?

A: No, you must delete each Bluetooth device individually from your Subaru Outback 2013.

Q: What happens if I accidentally delete a Bluetooth device from my car?

A: If you accidentally delete a Bluetooth device from your Subaru Outback 2013, you can simply pair it again with your car using the normal pairing process.

Q: Will deleting a Bluetooth device from my car affect its connection to other devices?

A: No, deleting a Bluetooth device from your car will only disconnect it from your car. It will not affect its connection to other devices.

Conclusion

Deleting a Bluetooth device from your Subaru Outback 2013 is a quick and easy process that can be done in a few simple steps. Whether you prefer to use the touchscreen or voice commands, deleting a device will disconnect it from your car and remove it from the list of paired devices. We hope this guide has been helpful in showing you how to delete a Bluetooth device from your Subaru Outback 2013.

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Alton Brobst

As a longtime Subaru enthusiast, Alton brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to our blog. From his early days of tinkering with engines to his current role as a certified Subaru technician, Alton has seen it all when it comes to Subarus. When he's not working on cars, he enjoys hiking and exploring the great outdoors.

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