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I'm having trouble getting my cell phone to "pair" with the Bluetooth function in my car. Car is a 2008 Mitsubishi Outlander - phone is a Motorola Razr - I think it's M3 or C3 - it is a Pink Razr through Verizon Wireless

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Make sure your mitsu's head unit is blue tooth on and visible to other devices. try pairing again.

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