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Ford Fusion: Wi-Fi Hotspot

Creating a Wi-Fi Hotspot

You can create a Wi-Fi hotspot in your vehicle and allow devices to connect to it for access to the Internet.

Ford Fusion. Wi-Fi Hotspot Press the button to enter the settings menu.

  1. Select Connectivity Features.
  2. Select Vehicle Hotspot.

    Note: The vehicle hotspot default setting is on.

  3. Select Settings.
  4. Make sure that you have Wi-Fi visibility switched on.

    Note: The Wi-Fi Visibility default setting is on.

Finding the Wi-Fi Hotspot Name and Password

Ford Fusion. Wi-Fi Hotspot Press the button to enter the settings menu.

  1. Select Connectivity Features.
  2. Select Vehicle Hotspot.
  3. Select Settings.

    Note: The SSID is the hotspot name.

  4. Scroll to Hide password.
  5. Uncheck the box.

Connecting a Device to the Wi-Fi Hotspot

  1. On your device, turn on Wi-Fi and select the hotspot from the list of available Wi-Fi networks.
  2. When prompted, enter the password.

Purchasing a Data Plan

  1. Connect a device to the hotspot.

    Note: The vehicle network carrier’s portal opens on your device.

  2. If the portal does not open on your device, open a website and it redirects to the vehicle network carrier’s portal.

Note: Secure websites do not redirect.

Note: If you have an active plan, the system does not redirect to the vehicle network carrier’s portal when you connect a device. Visit the vehicle network carrier’s website to purchase more data.

Note: If data usage information is available in the vehicle hotspot menu, it is approximate.

Note: If you carry out a master reset, the system does not remove your vehicle from your vehicle network carrier’s account. To remove your vehicle from the account, contact your vehicle network carrier.

Note: The vehicle network carrier provides Vehicle Hotspot services, subject to your vehicle network carrier agreement, coverage and availability.

Changing the Wi-Fi Hotspot Name or Password

Ford Fusion. Wi-Fi Hotspot Press the button to enter the settings menu.

  1. Select Connectivity Features.
  2. Select Vehicle Hotspot.
  3. Select Settings.
  4. Select SSID: ___.
  5. Enter your required SSID.
  6. Select Done.
  7. Select Password: ___.
  8. Enter your required password.
  9. Select Done.

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