I'm having an intermittent problem with my phone and my 2011 Hyundai Tuscon's bluetooth. About once a week, it won't connect - the car prompts me to select a phone and I do, but it fails. When I check, for some reason the phone thinks it is already connected to the car, but the car doesn't. I have been trying to check the status on the phone before I start the car to see if I can identify a pattern here, but it only seems to happen when I get complacent and forget, ha. (And thanks again for the recent suggestion of "Quicktooth" - at least I can get directly to the BT screen to check). Anyhow, until I can figure it out, my question for now is: how can I force the phone to disconnect while I'm in the car and then reconnect in the quickest way? I usually press the "Tuscon" entry on the BT screen and then it says "disconnecting" for the longest time. Should it just instantly disconnect? Then I get frustrated and try turning BT off and on, and sometimes play with the airplane mode. Eventually the display reverts back to "paired" and then I can connect normally. But I don't know which combination finally worked and I'd like to figure out a way to make it disconnect right away if possible.