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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-11-2008, 10:12 PM Thread Starter
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Hi All,

I just purchased a use 2007 Outlander LS, with the sun and sound package (with bluetooth). I tried setting up the bluetooth but did not get very far. When I press any of the bluetooth buttons, nothing happens. The car is in park as recommended by the manual, and of course the car is also started. When I press the talk button, nothing happens at all. The radio is playing, and continues to play when I press any of the buttons. Any ideas? Thanks!

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-14-2008, 11:04 AM
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Same problem here. The satellite radio subscription ended and i received an update from sirius. As results, my bluetooth steering wheels controls are dead...

Help please!
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post #3 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-15-2008, 03:32 PM
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I went to the dealership and the technician looked at my settings with his computer and the bluetooth was already active and nothing looked wrong. He took the radio off and reconnected the wires as a last try before calling Mitsubishi. It worked. Disconnecting the radio resetted the bluetooth.
As a result, you also have to re-enter your phone and preferences.

BTW: To take the radio off, he took off (easily uncliped) the two vents on each side of the radio and unscrewed the radio.
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post #4 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-16-2008, 01:21 AM Thread Starter
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Hmm...I'm now wondering if I have the bluetooth module already installed or not? I bought the car used, so the Sirius subscription has ended already. I haven't read about this happening to anyone else though. If your BT used to work, I'd just bring it to a dealer and have them re-connect it, or re-activate it. It costs $90 to install (if you have the module, which you obviously already do), so I can't imagine it costing more than $90 to fix, unless the module is bad, in which case you would have to pay $180 (ebay) for a new one, and another $90 to install, or maybe even $180 for removal/re-install. The $90 is probably just a straight 1-hour labor charge. Hope this helps. I'll update mine once I figure out what's going on.

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post #5 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-12-2019, 06:51 AM
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i have an peugeot 4007 09 sport, with same bluetooth module, i lost my bluetooth and button functions some time ago, i also started having problems with my battery going flat after a couple of days if car was left standing, the battery was tested by an auto electrician who found that i had a high drain on car when ignition was off...after reading some items on this forum i decided to check my bluetooth module and removed the radio which turned out quite simple...when i got to the bluetooth module it was #####red hot####.... i have since removed the module and my battery is no longer going flat....also purchased a seperate hands free kit that lets me stream my music as well as i didnt have any AUX plugs on my car.....cheers...jason
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i have an peugeot 4007 09 sport, with same bluetooth module, i lost my bluetooth and button functions some time ago, i also started having problems with my battery going flat after a couple of days if car was left standing, the battery was tested by an auto electrician who found that i had a high drain on car when ignition was off...after reading some items on this forum i decided to check my bluetooth module and removed the radio which turned out quite simple...when i got to the bluetooth module it was #####red hot####.... i have since removed the module and my battery is no longer going flat....also purchased a seperate hands free kit that lets me stream my music as well as i didnt have any AUX plugs on my car.....cheers...jason
your kit does it work with factory radio I know it is a peugeot but I believe they are similar.
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