Hi, I’m Tannis Bachman. I’m here today at
Bachman Subaru in Louisville, Kentucky, with James. He’s going to show you guys how to
pair up your Bluetooth in the Subaru Outback. All right, thank you Tannis. I’m going to
show you how to set up your Bluetooth for your iPhone in the 2013 Outback. So it’s just
as simple as pressing your off hook button to answer your phone and you’ll get to speak
with your car for a little while. “Welcome to hands free phone system. The hands free
system enables usage of a mobile phone without needing to handle the phone. To operate, use
voice recognition and the select nob. Before using the hands free system a phone needs
to be paired. After pairing, to use the system, push the talk switch and say a command after
the beep. Please keep in mind that the Help command can be used at any time. Entering
phone set up to begin the pairing process.” So after she gives you her little spiel, all
you’re really going to do is press the off hook button one more time. Say, pair phone.
“Pair, push the talk switch and say a name for the phone.” Bachman iPhone. “Bachman iPhone.
Push the talk switch and say confirm.” Confirm. “To use the internal Bluetooth audio player
feature of the phone, say internal audio.” Internal audio. “Internal audio, push the
talk switch and say confirm.” Confirm. “Ready for phone pairing. Please use the phone to
connect to the hands free phone system. The passkey for the phone is 0000. Searching.”
So you notice here it says your passkey right on your screen. It’ll pop up on your screen
on your phone as Car Multi Media, not paired. You’ll click on it. “Searching.” You’ll put
in your passkey, you’ll hit pair in the top right hand corner. “The phone is paired. Push
the talk switch and say pair phone or set passkey.” That’s all you need to do. You then
hit the off hook button so that way everything is canceled out, and you’re good to go.