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Moto razr will not hold pairing to Bluetooth

I have an acura MDX and my Mot razr was successfully paired for months and then all of a sudden it was not. I have tried to re -pair, and the Bluetooth in my car says that all is paired and OK. The little indicator comes on on the phone indicating bluetooth, but then within seconds the indicator goes off and i am no longer paired.

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Ook .. man try to do this. but first back up u'r fone,. here it is! go to menu, settings, initial set up, master clear code ( 000000 ) fone boots just w8,, then go again to menu, settings, initial set up, master reset code ( 000000 ) fone boots and now do your things,.. let me know..

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