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When you try to pair your phone to the car via Bluetooth are you allowing the car to see it by enabling the phone visibility setting.
To do this go into the phones setting find the blue tooth setting then select visibility this allows the car to see it for about 1 minute 59 seconds then go to the cars settings on the dash cluster to pair the phone it should now find it.
And you have had this battery load tested with a special tool? I think you have a dead cell and hince a defective battery. The sysmptom is right for this. Autozone and others do this battery test for free.
I am having the same issue. I know you can connect a USB thumb drive and play mp3 files. I also have the iPod accessory cable sold by Kia to connect to a iPod or iPhone. But, I haven't been able to find a smartphone that will connect directly to the USB port and play.
FIRST U MUST REMOVE THE MIRROR.BE CAREFULL THEY TEND TO CRACK.THEN UNBOLT THE 2 TORX N8 .NO 8 AT THE ILLUSTRATION.REMOVE THE COVER GENTLY UPWARDS.UNCLIP THE INDICATOR PLUG WITH THE COVER OUT U MUST SEE ONE MORE TORX NO8 UNBOLT AND REPLACE THE INDICATOR.REPEAT THE PROCEDURE BACKWARDS TO ASSEMBLE THE MIRROR.CLICK IF U FIND THIS HELPULL.LET ME KNOW IF U NEED MORE INFO...GOOD LUCK!!