Hi @JanieMc330 - thanks for posting to community.
Happy to take a closer look, can you let me know the following:
Let me know.
Use your mobile device only when conditions allow and as permitted by applicable law.
Hi @JLewis! Thanks for posting.
At this time, all Pandora automotive implementations require you to use a compatible iPhone or Android with an active internet connection in order to stream music in the car.*
Unfortunately, your model doesn't offer integrated Pandora functionality. There are aftermarket brands, such as Alpine, Kenwood, Pioneer, etc., that do have built-in Pandora functionality, where users can change stations, thumb up and down and many other features straight from the dash.
Otherwise, you may still be able to listen to Pandora in your car using a 3.5mm audio cable, USB or Bluetooth (if your automobile has these features). Note: not all BT connections support music streaming.If you are looking to use one of the other possible ways to listen to Pandora (3.5mm audio cable, USB or Bluetooth), you'll need to refer to your owner's manual, or contact the car manufacturer or your dealership to see if they have any suggestions regarding your configuration.
*Use your mobile device only when conditions allow and as permitted by applicable law.