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I have ongoing problems with a factory installed bluetooth in a 2007 CX9 I purchassed new. The system works sporatically, dropping calls, producing no audio and generally being unreliable. The dealer has had three cracks at fixing it but each time they deny a problem exist.

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Are you sure its not your phone some are not 100% compatible with the mazda bluetooth system?

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