how do i turn off the bluetooth on a 2017 chevy bolt

Asked by Jun 29, 2017 at 09:33 PM about the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV LT FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

8 Answers

91,955

Read the owners manual.

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Ok maybe I wasn't specific enough. Bluetooth is always on, searching for a device. How do I stop it from doing this. The manual does not tell me!

91,955

Since you have a warranty I would talk to your Chevy dealer.

8,105

could look through your configurations to see if u can make it stop.

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269,805

when you turn the vehicle on, that's when the bluetooth function is activated. It's always searching until it pairs with a phone or device. I don't think you can turn off the functionality. Why do you want to disable it? Comes up on the screen or information station? Then I suggest you change the screen to another function so it is hidden. Your owners manual will document that.

Thank U all for trying to answer my question Does anybody out there know how to turn the Bluetooth off.

I would like to know too. The manual doesn't say how to disable Bluetooth and I can't find a way to disable through the menu. Extremely frustrating. I don't want it transmitting constantly through my vehicle.

Hi Khuddy and Guru9HZJB. Did you ever figure it out? I was able to disconnect Bluetooth from my Samsung Galazy J3 Smart phone. But when I turn the car on, my phone shows "Android Auto" on the display, even when I haven't attached the USB cable. So there is obviously still some wireless signal happening. I called Chevy to see if there is a specific fuse I could remove, but there was not.

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