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Bluetooth pairing: After restarting car, phone shows "paired but not connected". Only remedy is to delete from phone and re-pair; however, Envoy requires a name for the phone and rejects prior names used. Now Envoy "hangs" during pair after giving yet another name - suspect the name file is full. Questions: 1. How to delete names of prior paired phones (can delete other named entries but not Bluetooth paired device names) and 2. Is there a way to have Envoy recognize, pair and connect to phone without having to re-do the process each time?

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Hi. There is an option to forget bt devices. Forget all of them. Pair your phone again automatically

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resistance in plug wires ... degrades them. I find this as a standard GMC Sierra problem. Two sets on mine already. Coding is for misfires. Also, possible to unplug your MAS [mass air sensor] which will keep the 'check engine' light on at all times but it will no longer be in the circuit and could also be another solution to the problem. Changing out O2 sensors is just expensive since there are Banks A and B and each bank has 2 sensors. The cost from a part store is 80$+... hate to know what they charge you at a garage.

Go with the new wire set first.

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here is a link that might have the name of your part. and just a thought, instead of asking a GM dealer about the part just go to an auto body shop and get the name of your part. anyway here is the link  http://www.autopartswarehouse.com/search/parts.php?N=10505+1623+4294963700&ddKeyword=

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SOURCE: i have a 2002 gmc envoy slt and i need to know the

deflector or air dam.

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You have to give us some idea of what it does. Does dash light up when trying to start? makes noise?

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SOURCE: o2 sensor name and location, specific

Don't know what size engine you have, look at your distributor cap, where # 1 is at, follow it to the spark plug, that's bank 1, sensor 1 will be right after the exhaust manifold on that side, but not pass the cat. converter.

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