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Old 02-16-2017, 02:52 PM
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I still havent fully disconnected most on e60. Some things work, somethings don't as a result.

I've accumulated parts for this retrofit. And am ready to go as soon as emulator arrives. I bought the harness this time because its easier!

740is: You are in the lead.
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Old 02-16-2017, 03:27 PM
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Oh no, not me. LOL, I may be in the lead but really wish BMW documented and labeled MOST Bus connections better!
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I can't believe that there has not been a documented NBT retrofit!
It's exciting that 3 of us are doing this together.
Good luck with Most.

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Old 02-17-2017, 08:49 AM
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There are "guides" out there, i.e. germaniks.com has one that is pretty step by step. http://www.germaniks.com/customerfil...STRUCTIONS.pdf But they don't even mention MOST Bus and how to remove the components/modules you won't use any longer. I notice they have the following document that has some diagramming of the systems, but it's not complete. http://www.germaniks.com/customerfil...dition%203.pdf

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Following. I will join late with you guys. Just need to save some more $$. Car repairs set me back, or I would have started sooner.
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Welcome to the adventure.
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Old 02-17-2017, 10:17 AM
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740is:

Wow that is a serious DIY pdf. I don't know where you found it. But I love it!!

Exactly how it done, except for the goofy display mount originally. Then he got it together by removing the diplay trim and fitting it into the old trim, making it OEM.

It doesn't answer the question, where is the OEM bluetooth antenna in car.

Also, I would use shielded mic wires vs unshielded.

Lastly, if you have poor reception, you need to add the 2nd antenna.

And Just buy the premade harness!!!.... like the first pdf. Plug and play. Then get someone to code.....

Unless you've got lots of cash to buy it precoded like 740is
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