How to Connect to Chevy Wi-Fi

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If you drive a newer Chevrolet model, you can take advantage of the many helpful features that come as part of your Chevy MyLink or Chevy Infotainment services. Chevy MyLink (Chevy Infotainment in newer models) is an infotainment system that allows for smartphone interaction and accessible Wi-Fi connectivity so your drives throughout Bradenton will be more seamless than ever before. Curious how to connect to Chevy Wi-Fi and begin using this fantastic functionality? Read on below.

Step-by-Step: How to Connect to Chevy Wi-Fi

Once you’re connected, you’ll have an available Wi-Fi hotspot thanks to your new Chevy’s built-in antenna. So long as your vehicle is on, enjoy connectivity up to 50 feet from the vehicle. So whether you’re camping, at a soccer game, or just hanging out in your Sarasota driveway, you can utilize the Wi-Fi from your car! Here’s how to fire it up:

  1. Navigate to “Wi-Fi Settings” using the touchscreen or press your press your Voice Command button and say “Wi-Fi settings.”
  2. Tap or say to “Manage Wi-Fi Networks” next.
  3. If your Wi-Fi has already been purchased and set up, you should see an available hotspot on the screen. Remember the first three months or 3GB of data are on us!
  4. Click on the hotspot. It will be a version of your vehicle’s model name.
  5. You will then be given a default password.
  6. Now, go to the settings on your mobile device
  7. Click on “Network.”
  8. Choose your vehicle’s Wi-Fi hotspot network.
  9. Type in the case-sensitive default password
  10. And that’s how to connect to Chevy Wi-Fi!
Chevy Equinox Touchscreen

More Chevy MyLink Features

Chevy MyLink features include much more than just 4G LTE Wi-Fi® connectivity. Stay connected as you cruise throughout and beyond Tampa with additional Chevy MyLink functionalities like:

  • Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay® integration
  • SiriusXM® Satellite Radio for commercial-free music, weather, news, and talk radio
  • Mute the radio or pre-set a speed limit with Teen Driver technology
  • Voice-command texts to keep your eyes on Palmetto roads

Learn More About Chevy Technology at Cox Chevrolet

Thanks to innovative technology like the Chevy MyLink and Chevy Infotainment services, your drives are forever upgraded when you opt for a new Chevrolet. If you recently bought a new Chevy from Cox Chevrolet or simply need to reconnect your Wi-Fi, we hope you found this guide helpful. For more information regarding Chevy technology and how to take full advantage of it, contact us today!

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