This helpful video will explain each of the function buttons on your voice-activated SYNC System including the radio, phone, CD player and other media devices.Read Article
As with all innovative technology products, SYNC® has evolved since its introduction. There are four versions of SYNC available, depending on your vehicle's model and year:27
1) SYNC (basic system) and SYNC with MyFord®
2) SYNC with Voice-Activated Navigation
3) SYNC with MyFord Touch®
4) SYNC® 3
Please note, controls vary based on whether your vehicle is equipped with features and your vehicle's configuration. Your vehicle may differ from these images. For specific details of your vehicle, please see your Owner Manuals.
SYNC® allows you to use voice commands to make calls, play music, get driving directions, and find other useful information.27Read Article
Your SYNC® system was designed to provide you with years of entertainment, information, and convenience.
However, if you ever notice slower than normal operation or other issues, use the following troubleshooting tips to help keep your system operating in top shape.27Read Article
SYNC® can only hear you when it’s in Listening mode. If you talk while SYNC is speaking, it can’t hear you and won’t respond properly to your commands. Take turns for a successful voice session with SYNC.27Read Article
SYNC® voice commands offer hands-free control of a wide range of in-vehicle and external systems.27Read Article
Nearly every SYNC® feature can be simply activated with voice commands. You can use your phone, play music, and access many other SYNC features. Of course, you're still able to use the buttons and knobs surrounding the screen when you prefer them to voice commands.27Read Article
In order to use SYNC®, it’s important to know where your vehicle's controls are and how to interact with them.27
Please note, features may vary based on your vehicle’s configuration.
Check out SYNC features for your Ford. Learn more and see what SYNC features are available for each model of the SYNC technology.Read Article