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if you scroll through to manual page 7-25 (PDF Page 180), you'll find the info on pairing bluetooth stretching on for quite a ways. It looks like it can practically elope with your phone along with passing along phone calls.
I'm hoping that can help you run through pairing or diagnoses.
(The other thing to potentially look for might be a blown fuse. Forums like this one Bluetooth phone icon stuck on and radio won work place bluetooth with the Audio System fuse, and say pulling the fuse and then replacing it will reset the Bluetooth as well. The manual noted above, starting on manual page 10-35, goes over the location of all the fuse panels, and pairs fuses to function.
Hope this helps you get to the bottom of it.
iPhones are funny things, but I could not function without mine. Try clearing all the devices out of the car and then reinstalling each device again. Make sure the Bluetooth button is enabled on the phone, if the vehicle assigns an importance number to the phone, label yours number 1, and your husbands number 2. Sorry hubby, it's her car and she has calls to make.
Go into the information /Nav Screen and you will find an icon for phone, then settings. Click on the icon and it it will give you a connect new phone option, click on that icon and it will release a 4 digit entry code and be findable by your phone. Next go to your phones tools or connections settings and look for Bluetooth, enbale Bluetooth, Search Bluetooth Devices/handsfree Your phone will search out the car, once found it will request the 4 digit pin code to be input and ask you to confirm "handfsree" Once confirmed the car will read out connecting...then bluetooth connection successful and the dial pad will appear on the NAV screen If you have more than one phone connected to the car the driver will need to select the connect phone button in order to chose the phone he wishes to enable