Nissan Rogue Bluetooth Not Working – How To Fix

By Max Anthony •  Updated: 10/06/22 •  2 min read

The Nissan Rogue is a wonderful vehicle that provides a lot of features and luxury. However, one problem that many owners have had with their Rogue is that the Bluetooth isn’t working properly.

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This can be a problem if you are trying to connect your phone to the car to make hands-free calls while driving.

So, how do you fix it? Here are some simple steps to take when your Bluetooth isn’t working properly on your Nissan Rogue.

Symptoms

The signs that your Nissan Rogue Bluetooth is not working properly include pairing and connectivity issues, or when you try to pair a new device to the car. You may also experience audio dropouts, connectivity issues, or an inability to connect.

Causes

There are several reasons your Bluetooth system may not be working properly. You can check the most common problems below.

Power Source – If your power source isn’t working properly, then you won’t be able to use your Bluetooth system at all. This can be caused by several things such as a broken fuse or a damaged wire.

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To fix this, you will need to take apart your entire car and check out all the wirings for any problems or damage that may have occurred. You may also want to get an inspection from a mechanic as well if you have any questions about what is wrong with your car.

Bluetooth Error – If there is an error with your Bluetooth system, then it cannot properly connect to the vehicle’s system. To fix this, you will need to replace your Bluetooth module.

Procedures

There are several things that you can do to try to fix the Bluetooth on your Nissan Rogue. The first thing that you will want to do is check for any dirt or debris inside the vehicle.

If there is any, then you can clean it out with a vacuum or by blowing it out with compressed air. You may also want to use a small brush to get any particles out as well. Once you have cleaned all of the vents, you can reassemble them back together and put your car back together again.

You should now be able to turn on your Bluetooth and use it as normal. If you are still having problems with your Bluetooth, then you might take it to a mechanic for further inspection.

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Max Anthony

Max is a gizmo-savvy guy, who has a tendency to get pulled into the nitty gritty details of technology and cars. He attended UT Austin, where he studied Information Science. He’s married and has three kids, one dog and a GMC truck and a Porsche 911. With a large family, he still finds time to share tips and tricks on cars, trucks and more.

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