Set up and connect to your Lincoln Connect* with Wi-Fi Hotspot-equipped** vehicle and connect up to 10 devices simultaneously as well as make or receive calls while the Hotspot is in use.

Get the most out of your Wi-Fi Hotspot

  • Fast data speeds through a 4G LTE connection on the AT&T nationwide wireless network

  • Powerful vehicle antenna that maintains connection for up to 50 feet outside of the vehicle for up to 10 devices to utilizing the vehicle Wi-Fi Hotspot at the same time

  • Ability to make or receive calls while Wi-Fi is in use

Set up your Wi-Fi Hotspot

  1. Start your vehicle.

  2. Find the “Vehicle Wi-Fi & Hotspot” menu

    a. Using the vehicle SYNC display, touch “Settings” on the bottom right of the screen.

    b. Scroll sideways until you locate the “Wi-Fi & Hotspot” menu

    c. Select the “Wi-Fi & Hotspot” menu and then select the “Vehicle Hotspot” tab.

  3. Check the default settings of the Wi-Fi Hotspot

    a. In the “Wi-Fi Hotspot” screen, verify that the “Wi-Fi Hotspot” is set to “On”. The “Toggle” should be moved to the right and in the “On” position. If it is not, press the “Toggle” button to turn the Wi-Fi Hotspot “On”.

    b. Touch the “Settings” tab and take note of the “Service Set Identifier” (SSID) name. This is the name of your Wi-Fi Hotspot and will be required later.

    Note: Your Wi-Fi Hotspot has a default unique SSID name and password. You can change these in the Edit Wi-Fi Hotspot Settings screen and view them at any time.

    c. Click the “Edit” button located near the bottom center of the screen.

    d. Verify that the “Wi-Fi Visibility” setting is moved to the right and toggled “On”. Touch the toggle to move it to the “On” position if it is toggled off and moved to the left.

    Your vehicle’s Wi-Fi Hotspot should now be turned on and have a network to which devices can connect. To ensure it is working properly, connect a Wi-Fi enabled device.

Connect to your vehicle’s Wi-Fi Hotspot