While it was founded way back in 1967, Hyundai has grown to become a very reliable manufacturer and a frontrunner in the automotive industry. Hyundai Palisade is one of the most popular cars that have come out from this company. With a compact and low profile design, this car offers a very stylish yet efficient ride.
The exterior looks as good as it drives, but there are still some issues that have arisen, such as the Bluetooth feature of the Palisade malfunctioning. This is unfortunate, as the Bluetooth can be used for such a wide variety of things, including hands-free calling and music streaming. If you are experiencing this problem, we will explain how to fix it here.
Check the Bluetooth connection
If you have a new Hyundai Palisade, then you can use the Bluetooth device in your car to see whether the phone is connected or not. You should be able to see the device in your car’s Bluetooth settings. If there is no such device there, then you need to check whether your phone has its own Bluetooth feature.
This can be done by using a tool like Google Assistant or Siri on your phone and asking “Is my phone connected?” This is a good option if your phone has its own Bluetooth feature, but if it doesn’t have one built-in, then you may need to replace it with an original model from another manufacturer that works with this car’s system.
Check if your phone is compatible
In addition, you should check if your phone is compatible with the Hyundai Palisade. If it is not, then you can try to use a different device that will work with your car’s Bluetooth system.
This can be done by going to the phone’s settings and using the “Bluetooth” option there. After this, you should see whether your phone has been detected or not.
Check if your phone is set as the priority device
In this case, you should also check whether your phone is set as the priority device. You can do this by using the “Settings” option on your phone and selecting “Bluetooth” from there.
From here, you should select “Auto Connection Priority”. After this, you should see a list of Bluetooth devices connected to your phone and make sure that yours is one of them.
Uninstall and reinstall any software related to the problem
If none of these solutions work for you, then you may need to uninstall any software related to the problem. For example, if your car has Android Auto or Apple CarPlay built-in, then you may need to remove them from your car before starting it again so that they won’t interfere with each other while working on their own systems.
Also, if it was not possible for you to use the Bluetooth device in your car and another model of a different manufacturer was used instead (as we mentioned earlier), then removing such software could be beneficial for now until a solution can be found for this issue.