I paired it with the new car myself successfully by following directions. The fight and wrangling between us, the car, me and the iphone occurred when, with no directions or experience whatsoever, I thought that pairing was all I had to do. I did not know that there were/are ways to make a call or communicate with others. I had accidentally turned the radio at first
on by a flick of my thumbnail on the steering wheel controls while reaching to brush my bangs back. That was the beginning of a never-win situation for me as audio was then enabled. I turned the radio off. Suddenly... the iPhone's music started up the next time I turned on the ignition and it played the same song over and over and over.
The iPhone and car conspired to keep me from calling my son either manually using my phone, or thru the blue tooth enabled phone/car to tell him I was waiting for him. We,Siri and I, exchanged heated words. I had to pull over to wrest back some semblance of control and finally make the call. Before the new car, I just said Call whomever and Siri accomplished the call. But now....oh noooooo.
It's not intuitive, the car's ways of doing things. I actually need someone to show me. That's not happening, so I may un-pair the phone and just go on about my business.
Car & Phone 5
|Here is that mean natured partner- in -crime to the phone!|