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Hi All,

Just bought a 2014 5 door Titanium. There are two cup holders and the center console and to top it off the power plug is right in front of the cup holders. When there are two or more people in the car, where can I put stuff. My passenger and I generally have a soda each in the cup holders. Now I do not have a place for my Iphone 5. I tried to put it in the upper tray but does not fit and if it did the plug is below the tray. I would appreciate any ideas you guys have.


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Fritz
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Here are the instructions for pairing a phone from my 2012 manual. Your 2014 ought to be about the same. Note that when I copied and pasted, the up and down arrows did not copy and paste so you will see the slash instead.

Pairing a phone for the first time
The first thing you must do to use a phone with the system is to
wirelessly pair your phone with SYNC. Doing so allows your phone to
communicate with the hands-free system, thereby enabling you to make
and receive hands-free calls.
Note: To scroll through the menus, press / .
1. Ensure that the vehicle ignition and radio are turned on and that
you are in P (Park).
2. Press PHONE or . When the display indicates no phone is
paired press OK.
3. When Add Bluetooth Device appears, press OK.
4. When Find SYNC appears in the display, press OK.
5. Put your phone into Bluetooth discovery mode. Refer to your
phone’s user guide if necessary.
6. When prompted on your phone’s display, enter the six digit PIN
provided by SYNC in the radio display.
7. The display will indicate when the pairing is successful.
8. Depending on your phone’s capability and your market, the
system may prompt you with questions such as setting the current
phone as the primary phone (the phone SYNC will automatically try
to connect with first upon vehicle start-up), downloading your
phone book, turning on 911 Assist™ (if available), etc.
Note: SYNC can support downloading up to approximately 2,000
entries per Bluetooth enabled cellular phone.
Note: If one phone has already been paired to SYNC, the process to pair
another is slightly different. To pair subsequent phones, please refer to
Pairing subsequent phones in the following section.
Pairing subsequent phones
Once you have a phone paired with the system, the steps to pair another
phone is a bit different. To pair a subsequent phone:
Note: To scroll through the menus, press / .
1. Ensure that the vehicle ignition and radio are turned on and that
you are in P (Park).
Entertainment Systems
2. Press PHONE or and scroll until System Settings is selected.
3. Press OK and scroll until Bluetooth Devices is selected and press
OK.
4. Scroll until Add Bluetooth Device is selected and press OK.
5. When Find SYNC appears in the display, press OK.
6. Put your phone into Bluetooth discovery mode. Refer to your
phone’s user guide if necessary.
7. When prompted on your phone’s display, enter the six digit PIN
provided by SYNC in the radio display.
8. The display will indicate when the pairing is successful.
9. The system will then prompt with questions such as if you would
like to set the current phone as the primary phone (the phone SYNC
will automatically try to connect with first upon vehicle start-up),
download your phone book, turn on 911 Assist™ (if available), etc.
Phone voice commands
Pull and when prompted, say, “Phone”. You may then say any of the
following:
• Call <name>2 • Call <name> at home2
• Call <name> on mobile OR cell2 • Call <name> at work OR Call
<name> in office2
• Call <name> on other2 • Dial* 2
• Phone book <name> at home1 • Phone book <name>1
• Phone book <name> on mobile
OR cell1
• Phone book <name> at work OR
Phone book <name> at office1
• Call history outgoing1 • Call history incoming1
• Phone book <name> on Other1 • Connections1
• Call history missed1 •Go to privacy
• Menu**1 • Hold
• Join
1 Voice commands are not available until downloading phone information
via Bluetooth is complete.
2 Voice commands which are available at the first level (without having
to say, “Phone”).
 
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