How to Connect a Bluetooth Phone to a Toyota Sienna Van

By Neil Edwards

Most newer cell phones come with Bluetooth functionality, which allows them to wirelessly connect to other Bluetooth devices to transmit audio, receive remote commands and more. Toyota now offers built-in Bluetooth modules on several of the models in its line-up, including the Sienna. Connecting your cell phone with your Sienna allows you to answer and end phone calls without taking your hands off of your steering wheel and route calls through the Sienna's speaker system.

Siennas With a DVD Navigation System

Step 1

Press the "end call" button on your Sienna's steering wheel.

Step 2

Select "Yes" when the navigation system asks you to connect a phone.

Step 3

Select "Connect Phone" and choose to add a new phone.

Step 4

Set your phone to search for new Bluetooth devices.

Step 5

Choose your Sienna's navigation system from the list of devices.

Step 6

Enter the Bluetooth passkey shown on your Sienna's navigation display.

Siennas Without a DVD Navigation System

Step 1

Activate your Sienna's voice commands and say "setup."

Step 2

Press the voice command button and say "phone setup," then "pair phone," and select "phone only."

Step 3

Give the Sienna a name for your cell phone and say "confirm."

Step 4

Set your phone to search for new Bluetooth devices.

Step 5

Select your Sienna's Bluetooth module and type the passkey displayed by your Sienna's audio system.