How to Connect to Chevy Wi-Fi

connecting your phone to wifi in your car
 

The vast majority of new Chevrolet vehicles come standard with Chevy MyLink or Chevrolet Infotainment 3. Both of these cutting-edge smartphone integration and infotainment systems make it easier to stay connected on Minot and Williston roads. But how do you connect with the 4G LTE WiFi connectivity in your Chevy? Read on to learn more. Or, contact us anytime.


How Do I Connect to Chevy Wi-Fi?

Connecting your vehicle to the 4G LTE WiFi technology that’s enabled in it is not a difficult process in the vast majority of instances. To do so, just follow these steps:

  1. Go to the “Settings” menu on your touchscreen and click “WiFi”.
  2. Select “Manage WiFi networks.” (If you’ve already purchased or set up your WiFi, you should see a hotspot available already).
  3. Click your vehicle’s hotspot, and you should see a default password.
  4. Go to “Settings” on your smartphone or tablet you’re trying to connect
  5. Click on “Network.”
  6. Choose the WiFi hotspot network and enter the case-sensitive default password to connect to your Chevy Wi-Fi network!

Notable Chevy MyLink Features

Wi-Fi isn’t the only notable feature that your Chevy MyLink or Chevrolet Infotainment 3 system offers. The latest Chevy models also come standard with some of the following features and amenities for your additional convenience:

  • Satellite Radio: SiriusXM® Satellite Radio lets you listen to your favorite music and talk radio on demand at any time, commercial-free.
  • Teen Driver Mode: Most new Chevy models boast Teen Driver technology, which tells you how your teen drove when you’re not in the car and helps them learn safer driving habits by doing things like muting the radio, giving warnings when they drive over a pre-set speed, and more.
  • Smartphone App Integration: Chevy MyLink works with Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay™ to connect your smartphone to your Chevy on-the-go.
  • Text Alerts: Listen to your text messages and verbally respond without ever having to take your focus off the road ahead in .

Need More Assistance Connecting to Chevy Wi-Fi? Reach Out!

Now that we’ve had a chance to explain how to connect to Chevy Wi-Fi and the benefits of modern Chevy infotainment systems, if you need additional information or assistance, we invite you to schedule a service appointment with one of our service centers. Meanwhile, if you figure out your vehicle isn’t equipped with Wi-Fi capabilities and you’d like to upgrade, feel free to value your trade online. While you’re here, learn how to use paddle shifters!

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