The phone is an iPhone 6s Plus with iOS 9.3.5. I have also talked with apple and have performed a factory reset on the phone and the issues remains the same. Has anyone had this issue? Were you able to fix it?
I have intermittent problem with my radio when, I use my transponder to remotely start the car or some else with another transponder uses it near my car when I try to turn on the radio my speakers pop like a machine gun, I try accessing different mode for music, but will only work on Am. At first I thought it was Sirrus but I discontinued my subscription with them, and it still happened then it dawn on me to try the remote start and it happened again. I didn't take it to the dealer yet because as I said it is intermittent. And knowing the dealer they will tell me there's nothing the can do because they have to see the problem before they can fix it.I had one issue with CarPlay shortly after I received my car.
At one point, all sounds (music/nav/etc.) for CarPlay stopped coming through the speakers and would not come through the phone either. The radio worked, though I could not restore sound to CarPlay even by unplugging/replugging my device and disabling/enabling bluetooth.
The issue was resolved by restarting my phone; I haven't seen the issue since, though I assume it's still there.
Try updating to the newest version first and if it still doesn't work then you may need to bring your vehicle into the dealership so they can take a look at your infotainment system. Also handy to try it with someone else's phone to see if it's a model specific problem.I have had my 2016 Honda Civic EX-L Sedan for a month now. I can plug my phone into the USB and play music through Apple Carplay just fine. The minute I tell it to read me a text message it stops playing music and will not read the message. The volume becomes stuck at 25 without actually playing anything and It will not let me change sources. It remains like this even after I unplug the phone. The only way to get the radio to play audio again is to manually hold down the audio power button and force a reboot of the system. When this happens it also keeps me from adjusting the climate control system. This happens every single time! Its extremely annoying. I have had the car in the dealer 3 times. They have talked to Honda Tech support, unhooked the battery and performed a factory reset. The phone is an iPhone 6s Plus with iOS 9.3.5. I have also talked with apple and have performed a factory reset on the phone and the issues remains the same. Has anyone had this issue? Were you able to fix it?