There are a few things you can try if your Tesla Bluetooth is not working:
- Make sure your phone and Tesla are both turned on and have Bluetooth enabled.
- Pair your phone and Tesla again. To do this, follow these steps:
- On your phone, go to your Bluetooth settings and make sure that it is turned on.
- In your Tesla, touch the Bluetooth icon on the touchscreen.
- Touch Add New Device > Start Search.
- Your phone should appear in the list of available devices. Touch it to pair.
- Restart your phone and Tesla. This can sometimes fix minor software glitches.
- Check for updates for your phone and Tesla. Sometimes, updates can fix Bluetooth problems.
- Reset your Tesla’s Bluetooth. To do this, follow these steps:
- Press and hold the two scroll wheels on the steering wheel for about 10 seconds.
- You will see a message saying that Bluetooth is being reset.
- Once the reset is complete, try pairing your phone again.
If you have tried all of these steps and your Tesla Bluetooth is still not working, you may need to contact Tesla for further assistance.
Here are some additional tips for troubleshooting Tesla Bluetooth problems:
- Make sure that your phone is not too close to the Tesla’s touchscreen. The touchscreen can interfere with Bluetooth signals.
- Try moving your phone to a different location in the car. Sometimes, Bluetooth signals can be blocked by metal objects.
- If you are using an older phone, it may not be compatible with Tesla’s Bluetooth. Check Tesla’s website to see if your phone is on the list of supported devices.