Ok Tom is possible that my 2008 model has it.before 2009 on manufactures date on car it has the buttons on the steering wheel and phone button on the mirror

Asked by Jan 05, 2014 at 01:37 PM about the Pontiac Grand Prix

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About factory bluetooth

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Please don't start a top level post when you are trying to respond to an existing thread. Thanks!

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So you mean the Onstar button? All the info I can find is Bluetooth was not available till the 2009 models, G3, G6 and G8 and just because there was a button on the steering wheel, doesn't mean the car was equipped with bluetooth capability. If you'd like more information I suggest you contact GM customer service and or your local GM dealer. They will be able to tell you if you have the capability to pair your phone based on the VIN number. Sorry I couldn't help more.

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Check out page 2-40 of your owners manual. The buttons you are referring to are for onstar. But it can be linked to a verision wireless plan for hands free calling. But does not say anything about being Bluetooth compatable.

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http://justgivemethedamnmanual.com -- here is you access to an online manual if you don't have one. Just select your make, model and year of your car to get your manual. Hope this helps

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