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Old 06-21-2019, 06:29 AM
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e53 phone problems,

I got one of the old Motorola v50 phones in my car , 02. 4.4 until recently everything worked , then some nice person broke intro my car and stole the phone (why its 1000000 years old)
any whoo I searched eBay and got a replacement one , it powers up ok , and you can use the phone outside of the car , however , when you attach the phone to the car , the screen goes off, if then you press the telephone mode on the HU nothing happens , I then thought it might me the connector that they broke and sourced another full arm rest ,along with another phone for silly cheap money, this phone does exactly the same ,
ive looked on YouTube and the internet on a reset the phone system and found one that showed a huge module in the boot however I only have one of these. Can any one tell me what this does???


https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/BMW-X5-E5...-/283010715886
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