Connect Your Tracfone to Your Subaru: A Beginner’s Guide

As technology advances, our cars are not just modes of transportation anymore. They have become our mobile offices, entertainment centers, and even extensions of our smartphones. That’s why many car manufacturers, including Subaru, have made it possible to connect your phone to your car so that you can have access to essential features like hands-free calling, music playback, and messaging while keeping your hands on the wheel.

If you’re an owner of a Subaru vehicle and you can’t connect your Tracfone to it, don’t worry. In this article, we’ll guide you step-by-step on how to connect your Tracfone to your Subaru. Additionally, we will provide some troubleshooting tips for common issues that you might encounter during the process.

Connecting Your Tracfone to Your Subaru

Before you start the pairing process, make sure that your phone’s Bluetooth is turned on, and your car is in park or stationary. The steps for connecting your Tracfone to your Subaru vehicle may vary depending on your specific car and phone model. However, here are the general steps that you can follow:

  1. Turn on your car’s infotainment system and go to the "Bluetooth" settings.

  2. On your Tracfone, go to the "Settings" app, and then navigate to the "Bluetooth" section.

  3. Turn on Bluetooth and make your phone "discoverable."

  4. On your car’s screen, select the option to "Add a new device."

  5. On your Tracfone, select your car’s name from the list of available Bluetooth devices.

  6. After your phone is successfully paired with the car, you might need to give permission to allow access to your car’s contacts, call logs, and messages.

  7. Once connected, you can start using the hands-free phone calling, message dictation, and music playback features that your car offers.

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Troubleshooting Tips

If you’ve followed the above steps and still can’t connect your Tracfone to your Subaru, don’t panic. Here are some troubleshooting tips that you can try:

  • Make sure your phone is compatible with your car’s infotainment system.
  • Check whether both your phone and car have the latest software updates installed.
  • Restart both your phone and car and try reconnecting them.
  • Delete your car’s name from your phone’s Bluetooth device list and add it back again.
  • Try unpairing all Bluetooth devices from both your phone and car and then re-pair them again.

If you’re still having trouble, your Subaru dealer’s service center can help you with the problem.


Connecting your phone to your car is a useful and necessary feature in today’s world, and Subaru’s Bluetooth integration makes it easy for you to do so. By following the above steps and keeping in mind our troubleshooting tips, you can pair your Tracfone with your Subaru quickly and easily. Now you can enjoy your hands-free calls, message dictation, and music playback without taking your hands off the wheel and eyes off the road.

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Billy Covington

With a passion for all things automotive, Billy is our go-to expert on Subaru performance upgrades and modifications. He's been featured in several car magazines and blogs, and his extensive knowledge and expertise make him a valuable member of our team. When he's not working on cars, he enjoys playing guitar and writing music.

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