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Old 10-11-2006, 02:46 PM
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SA620 is coding AND wiring for voice recognition. Ordering SA620 gives you a 26 pin blue connector for VR.

On the other hand the solution is straight forward. You need new and uncoded ULFs to get VR to work in a car that is not equipped with SA620 AND you need the dealer to not mess with the car unless they want to spend the time to enable the coding for SA620 again.

If you purchase a ULF from Europe second hand, it is most likely NOT going to have VR. If you purchase a ULF module new/uncoded from the US, you whoudl be typically fine as long as you do not have dealer code the car.

I only get the new/uncoded versions as they are configured for BT and VR. It is the best and easiest solution to make sure it works as designed

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Old 10-11-2006, 06:06 PM
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Martin:

If you install a BT unit in an X3, the car needs to be coded to recognize the unit, or else the BT is not functional (assuming BT/Assist was not present before).

I've purchased a ULF -387 that I put in a e46 and the VR worked flawlessly. I put the same ULF-387 in my X3 and the VR is no longer functional. In addition, the car would not recognize the unit until it was coded. In addition, I do not have SA620
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Old 10-12-2006, 07:54 AM
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steering wheel control

Hi,
I have a ck7w bluetooth kit fitted and I have hear'd you can get a cable to hook up the un-used buttons on the steering wheel so I can have steering wheel control? anyone know where I can get one and how much?
2001 x5 4.4i no sat nav.
I live in Scotland UK.
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