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Mazda bluetooth connection

I connected my razr v3 to the factory fitted bluetooth in my mazda, but deleted the mazda from the phones bluetooth device history (an accident), and now I can't get the phone to connect at all. it can find the mazda, but wont connect - staying on 'seeking device' until it times out.

Appreciate any help.....

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Delete all bt devices in your phone then try again

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