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Old 01-05-2009, 12:48 PM
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Question Retro fitting sat nav in X3

Hi all.
Does anybody know how easy it is to retro fit a sat nav system into an X3. All the parts are genuine. In regards to the wiring is it all plug in or would I need to cut into any of the wiring.
Also,if anybody has any diagrams I'd be grateful to see them!
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Old 01-05-2009, 01:20 PM
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See http://www.x3world.com/x3-e83-forum/...n-2007-x3.html and http://www.x3world.com/articles/all-...-retrofit.html
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Old 01-06-2009, 12:55 PM
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Get a copy of TIS and set aside a weekend preferably when it's warmed-up !

Basic tools are all that's needed plus a reasonable understanding of how to remove trim panels.

BMW retrofit instructions attached
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Retrofit of Sat Nav

Hi

I retrofitted the system. It is quite easy. There is a BMW PDF which goes through the process step by step. Let me know if you need it? Also the retrofit kit is simly plug and play. As far as I recall there were two difficult bits which were the blue/yellow wire to the fuse box and the black wire to the rear of the instrument cluster.

Where are you based in the UK?

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Hi
Thanks for the info and the tips. I'm in West Yorkshire.
Having a go at fitting it this weekend. I've roped in a mate to help as well. He's a Vauxhall engineer but he's mates with a BMW engineer so he's been picking his brains!
I'll let you know how we get on
Thanks again
Matty
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is there a link to get the tis english version

pm me please
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