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Old 08-10-2007, 04:27 AM
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Which ULF??

I have a 2004 X5 4.4i, I have BMW assist, but want bluetooth desperately. I found a used module, 84.11 6952218-01. Will this work? If so, can someone tell me if there is any disadvantage buying this as opposed to the newest generation ULF. Thanks!!
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Old 08-10-2007, 07:23 AM
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That part number may not be a ULF. I think that it is a CDMA telematics unit. See this link: http://www.realoem.com/bmw/showparts...=84&fg=10&hl=8

In general, if the price is right, there is nothing wrong with buying a used Bluetooth module. Try to get part number 84.21-6 934 961 or newer. If you get PN 84.21-6 955 522 or newer, those double the phone book capacity. Avoid PN 84.21-6 934 552 and 84.21-6 938 610.
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There are two other ULF part numbers not on that list to absolutely avoid. They are 84.21-6 915 563 and 84.10-6 931 854. These are actually pre "1st Generation" in the list above. The reason to absolutely avoid them is that they do not have the built-in Voice Recognition like all other ULF modules.
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Thanks, so this is not even the proper part to convert to bluetooth, correct? I must already have a telematics unit in my X5 if I have navigation?
Sorry, I am a newbie at this. Thanks!
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