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Tymatk 01-21-2012 10:11 PM

Bluetooth Module for dummy!
 
Hi

If im to get hold of a Bluetooth module ..... claim to work on X5, part number ......

BMW MULF2 High Basis SVS
84.10-9 229740
A8028185 100991-10

What other thing do i need to get it to work on my 02 X5?

Thanks

Tymatk 08-12-2012 11:24 PM

Anyone?

TerminatorX5 08-12-2012 11:45 PM

you would need some obvious things:

mike to go in the overhead console
BT antenna, to go in the trunk area
probably a snap-on cradle that goes into the central console, with a pairing button
depending on your car's set-up, you might or might not need a Voice Recognition bypass module that plugs in in place of the VR - I forgot the part number.

Even the snap on cradle can be bypassed depending on the year and the setup of the car.

you sure need a mike, and you sure need a BT antenna. Mike may already have been fitted to the car, if you had BMW ASSIST, or if the SOS service...

BT antenna - no way around it, you need that one, so you can pair the BT module to the phone...

The module that you are looking at seems to be around 10th or 11th generation or even might be of a later vintage... it also should have built in VR... depending on how many antenna inputs it has, it could be strictly BT, or BT with ASSIST, orm heaven forbid, it could be just ASSIST and NO bluetooth at all.


Make sure that your seller CONFIRMS that the unit is BT!!!

Tymatk 08-12-2012 11:52 PM

[QUOTE=TerminatorX5;891048]you would need some obvious things:

mike to go in the overhead console (got pic? can i buy from bmw?)
BT antenna, to go in the trunk area (got pic? can i buy from bmw?)
probably a snap-on cradle that goes into the central console, with a pairing button (dont need one, i just need simple bluetooth call & answer)
depending on your car's set-up, you might or might not need a Voice Recognition bypass module that plugs in in place of the VR - I forgot the part number. (Again, don't need this unless i HAVE to, just want simple BT call & answer)

Even the snap on cradle can be bypassed depending on the year and the setup of the car.

you sure need a mike, and you sure need a BT antenna. Mike may already have been fitted to the car, if you had BMW ASSIST, or if the SOS service... (pic?)

BT antenna - no way around it, you need that one, so you can pair the BT module to the phone...(Pic? Can i buy from bmw?)

The module that you are looking at seems to be around 10th or 11th generation or even might be of a later vintage... it also should have built in VR... depending on how many antenna inputs it has, it could be strictly BT, or BT with ASSIST, orm heaven forbid, it could be just ASSIST and NO bluetooth at all. (this module might belong to a newer x5 .... so might not work for my application at all :( )


Thanks

TerminatorX5 08-13-2012 12:04 AM

mike - 84316938762. please note, this is NOT the only mike that BMW had come up for the BT application, there might be other ones, better design or quality from BMW. Yes, you can buy it from a dealer

the center snap-on cradle is not much for the snapping in a phone, as that would call for a phone specific module to go into the cradle, but it is rather for the pairing button, which i think on the '02 model, you might need the cradle...
The VR bypass - I think on '02 you would need on, it is not much money... i think, part # 84320144246

Do you have S640A installed?

TerminatorX5 08-13-2012 12:07 AM

STOP!!! STOP!!!

I just plugged in the part number for your BT unit into RealOEM and it comes up for E60 and later models, which are NOT iBus cars, they use fiber-optic cables!!!

It will NOT work in E53!!!

Tymatk 08-13-2012 01:06 AM

Great, thanks.

DaveNW 08-13-2012 02:41 AM

Go to this website and review what they have for adding BT to your X. They are very helpful people. This is where I got my set up, and it works great: BMW Bluetooth Retrofit Information

Dave

ccfj1 08-16-2012 06:36 AM

You will proably require a BT retrofit loom to as more than likely you dont have prewired.

Have a look at a DIY.

[E46] Custom DIY OEM Bluetooth install, For thoses who don't want to donate a kidney - The M3cutters - UK BMW M3 Group Forum

Bnagy4.8 09-20-2012 10:56 PM

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Hey guys, I pulled apart the back of my car to get to the module and snapped a few pics.. take a look. I have Nav and all the buttons and the PK is on there. I called up BMW usa and they looked up my vin and found that i do have Bluetooth.

the only issue is i cant pair this device to save my life. please help!!!


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