Honda Civic: To Create a Security PIN - Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® - Features - Honda Civic Owners ManualHonda Civic: To Create a Security PIN

You can protect each of the six cell phones with a security PIN.

1. Press the PHONE button or the

1. Press the PHONE button or the button. button.

2. Rotate then to select Phone Setup, then press Repeat the procedure to select.

Repeat the procedure to select Passcode.

3. Select a phone you want to add a security PIN to.

Rotate add a security PIN to, then press . to select a phone you want to add a security PIN to, then press 4. You will receive a confirmation message on.

4. You will receive a confirmation message on the screen.

Rotate . to select Yes, then press 5. Enter a new four-digit number..

5. Enter a new four-digit number.

Rotate . Press to select, then press to delete. Press. Press to enter the to delete. Press security PIN. to enter the security PIN.

6. Re-enter the four-digit number.

The screen returns to the screen in step 2.

In the phone is already security PIN protected, you need to enter the current security PIN before clearing the PIN or creating a new one.

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