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post #1 of 1 Old 03-07-2017, 11:42 AM Thread Starter
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I have an 2013 Elantra with what I assume is an entry line radio (see pic). By bluetooth suddenly stopped working, and I've read where I should do a hard reboot. I don't have the small hole that you can insert a paper clip or pen for this. I've tried removing the fuse, I've disconnected the battery for >2 hrs, I've even gone so far as to remove the ENTIRE radio, leave it on my kitchen table, and the thing still won't reboot. Or at least I assume it hasn't because the radio presets are still there when I turn it back on. I swear this thing is a zombie radio!!!

BTW...the radio itself works just fine.

Does anyone know if there is a combination of buttons I press and or hold to reboot this thing. The dealer wants $80 just to "diagnose" it and if it needs to be replaced, it'll cost that much more. I really need the bluetooth working.

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