Connecting your phone to your Mazda 6 will take little to no effort, and the rewards are great. You must pair the Bluetooth-equipped device with your car to use Bluetooth audio and be hands-free. After that, the system automatically picks the device each time you enter the car.
Before getting started, ensure that your car is parked before connecting your phone to your Mazda 6.
2014 – 2022 Models
- Navigate to your phone Settings, and turn on your phone Bluetooth.
- On your Mazda Connect Infotainment System home screen, scroll down 🔽 to select the Settings menu.
- Tap Select Devices on your next screen.
- Select the Bluetooth option and then select Add a New Device.
- On your phone, initiate a device search and select Mazda when it pops up on your phone.
- Once your phone and car connect, a Pairing Code will be displayed on your Mazada Connect home screen and your phone; ensure it matches.
- Once both codes match, select Yes on the car home screen.
2009 – 2013 Models
Pair your device with your car’s Bluetooth setup mode or voice-activated prompts; the steps are the same.
- Press the Audio Control dial.
- Choose the Phone Setup option, then select Pairing Options to pair the device on your car’s audio control dial.
- Go to the Settings section on your phone, and turn on your Bluetooth.
- Then initiate a Bluetooth scan on your device, and wait for your car to appear.
- Select Mazda to pair your device.
- Enter the four-digit pin into your phone; the code is provided via your car’s audio system.
- Once entered, the code will pair the two items.
2003 – 2008 Models
- Click the Settings icon on the audio home screen.
- Click on the Devices tab and select the Bluetooth option.
- Now select Add a New Device.
- In your phone Settings, turn on your Bluetooth and initiate a scan for new devices.
- Select Mazda from the device list.
- Depending on your Bluetooth version, a four or six-digit code will be displayed on your phone. Make sure it matches with the one displayed on the audio screen.
- If the codes match, click Yes to pair.