Hi @esbernard! Thanks for posting.
I've created a separate thread for you post since you mention this happening with your iPhone connected via Bluetooth.
Could you provide the following information so I can investigate?
Thanks for the help!
Use your mobile device only when conditions allow and as permitted by applicable law.
Are you using a stock stereo or aftermarket stereo?
Is your vehicle equipped with Apple CarPlay?
What is the iOS version on your phone? (Settings > General > About > Version).
Which Pandora version are you on? (Pandora > Profile tab > Settings gear & scroll to the bottom of the screen)
Do you receive an error message?
Have you experienced this issue only when in the car
Have you performed any troubleshooting before reaching out?
Thanks for the info, @esbernard! If you're still having trouble connecting to your vehicle.
Let's begin with some troubleshooting steps:
Try re-pairing the connection between your car and the phone.
To remove the pairing, please go into the Bluetooth settings menu on your phone, find the appropriate connection, and select "Forget this device."
Once you've done so, refer to your car's manual for the steps to reconnect the car system to your phone. Using the Voice Commands for your unit (if available) is often the easiest way to do this.
Second, can you confirm that the Launch from car* setting is enabled on your phone?