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Old 09-10-2020, 10:26 PM
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Smile Bluetooth Module not working.

Hi folks,

My BMW is equipped with Tel option which is working via Bluetooth module located left side of the trunk. I have done the procedure to pair my phone with car Bluetooth but no success till now. I have seen many suggestions over the net about resetting Bluetooth module by removing the power cable from the module. To do that I need to remove the bottom cover and also some plastic cover to remove the cables from the module. There is any fast and easy way like removing the fuse connected to this module? Should be the same as removing the power cable from the module... I appreciate any suggestions...

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Andi
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Old 09-12-2020, 11:50 PM
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Yes there is a thread about this. I forget which fuse it is but find that thread, remove that fuse and it should reset. Mine was doing the same thing and removing the fuse worked for me.


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