I cant imagine they were placed there for nothing. Now, pair your phone to the Sync system. Not sure of the exact verbage. If you have additional questions, visit the website or even see some video demos on. Remove a couple of trim pieces, and you'll have all the access you need for the installation. Now, do a clean pairing. I would recommend a visit to a Ford Service Department to have them review this… The initial warranties covering Sync equipment probably expired in 2011.
You'll have no problem fitting accessory items like satellite radio tuners, iPod adapters, navigation modules, or even small amps back behind your new stereo. Completely power down your phone. This regulator produces a large amount of heat for its size and should be bolted or screwed to a clean metal surface that will act as a heat sink. Use the Tune knob to move from Yes to No, and so on. When you can, turn off the vehicle. Yes, you can pair of to 10 devices phones, tablets, Mp3 players, etc. This article applies to the Ford F-150 2004-2014 and the.
Then go to the phone menu on your sync system and delete. The work isn't hard, but we're here to help just in case. Give us a call and talk to one of our advisors. These are the controls that would be used with the Sync system. If you bought your gear from Crutchfield, you can call Tech Support for free help troubleshooting your system. It looks about the right size - do you folks have an install kit to fit the Clarion unit in my F-150? System was updated 2 weeks ago at the dealership and I checked online before posting this to make sure that the latest is installed.
We'll also give you a nice discount on the installation gear you'll need to make a new receiver work in your truck. I use the bluetooth in the car all the time for music and video. I can make phonecalls with it, but I keep getting the disconnect message everytime I try to play the music. Follow the voice prompts from the Sync system from then on… First, go to your phone settings, to Bluetooth, and Trusted devices, then delete Sync from your list. I know that the new Sync 3 system can actually let you directly access Siri from your steering wheel. I believe it is a European version. It seems like the new upgrades have changed.
While parked, start up your vehicle. This was not the previous behavior and I am not sure what changed. The Sync system always has a badge on the center console showing the Sync logo and the Microsoft name. Power it back after a few minutes. I assume it was lacking power an amp. All the connections you will need to make are in convenient locations, and you won't have to break your back in the process.
The photo does not look like mine. I am trying to do everything right and It just wont seem to work for me. Any known problems for this? Car must be running when you do this. If so, it may be time to consider getting a newer phone. I saw your list and maybe I should purchase another brand of phone. This icon, when pushed, only mutes the radio so you could take a call on your handset.
I even bought a new phone to make sure it was not the phone problem. Turn it back on and let it power back up. It seems random, although it seems to happen most when I am accelerating from a stop, and it seems to only happen when I am running YouTube I listen to music playlists. If you have more than one phone paired to the vehicle, then is your phone the Primary? By - December 3, 2014 Contributors: Alex Cryder, Jay Darrington, SyncMyRide This article applies to the Ford F-150 2004-2014 and F-250 Super Duty 2005-2014. Power it back up and then pair your phone to the headset… when you go to the phone Bluetooth settings you should see the Sync tab, ahead of the headset… Now, be sure to go the System Settings on your Sync system of your vehicle with the vehicle running. Yes, we have double and triple and quadruple checked the usb to make sure and the update is definitely on the stick. Then turn your vehicle back on.
Open the doors and shut. I have a 2011 Fusion, and I paired my BlackBerry Z10 perfectly. In other words, there is probably a setting in your phone that bypasses connecting with the Sync system. If needed, they will prompt you on how to install the update. Completely power down your vehicle.
That was the first year that Sync was introduced in the Taurus lineup. I noticed the update when I logged into myford and it mentioned I had an update. Then reattaching the clamp assembly and retightening the bolt. We literally think, talk, and write about audio and video products all day long — and that's a good thing! However, you may have a small 3. Smartphone Mirroring Function with 2 Way Control. If you pick a high-performance sub, you'll want to replace the factory amp too.