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Just turn on, the speaker will say " power on" then go to your phone, go to setting on phone till you reach blue tooth settings, turn it on, it will now discover available Bluetooth , now go back to HF 1000 bring them closer, now press and hold the call button on Samsung HF 1000 till you hear speaker say paring, now look at your phone, you will see HF100, click and you are all set !
mcdevito75 here, Your local library will have a manual for your car, but the way you speak, sounds like you need the actuall shop manual for your Mitsubishi, and That shop manual is only available thru Mitsubishi dealership..
That issue isn't a solenoid, that issue sounds like a starter. The solenoid is integral into that starter for that year/make/model. If he's getting a click, then that says to me that power is reaching the starter, and the internal starter solenoid is opperating. However, it also ays that the starter bendix is not engaging.
I would remove, test, and if bad, replace the starter.