Join Date: May 2011
Location: Punta Gorda,FL
2011 Santa Fe SE V6 FWD; 2010 G37; 2005 SE Fat Boy
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|I have the same kind of problem, but then again I used to have the same kind of problem connecting to a bluetooth headset too. I thought it might have something to do with me deactivating bluetooth on the phone when its not in the car because it drains the battery in the phone like crazy.|
|When I first got my Santa Fe last summer, I had re-connect issues after the initial pairing. I have an iPhone and the Nav unit in my Santa Fe. I learned that for almost fail-free pairings you should have the bluetooth on your phone enabled BEFORE you start the Santa Fe. If I start the car first and then engage the bluetooth I often have issues even though the phone says "connected".|
I'm still having problems with our cell phones hooking up. We both have identical Sanyo cell phones. I had no problem hooking them up to my G37 or my portable Garmin GPS.
I've gone through the setup several times now, which gets them to work. Then the next time the SF is started they may or may not hook up. I put the wife's phone as the priority one, since she drives it the most. This morning I drove the SF by myself and on the way home noticed the phone symbol wasn't on the radio screen. I went into the settings and selected my phone as the priority one, thinking that might do it, but it wouldn't connect. When I check the settings both phones are listed, so I can't figure why mine didn't connect. Last time the wife drove the SF her phone connected.
I hate to drive 70 mile round trip to the dealer, since I'm sure they will pair the 2 phones up and tell me it works fine.
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