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Old 01-03-2006, 04:30 AM
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Bluetooth Quick Question

I Am Looking At This Ulf. I Want To Put It In A 03 4.4 X5 With Nav And Dsp. It Is Used.

Bmw 84.11 6945940-01
Bmw Everest Ibus Us

Dont Know What Kind Of Bmw Its Off.

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Old 01-03-2006, 11:57 AM
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I think I also saw this on eBay.....Don't quote me on this one, but I think it is probably an ULF that has BMW Assist working on it and was suppose to have Bluetooth in it, but BMW never got those ULF to work.

As far as a I know, these are the current ULF model numbers that exists.....
History of Bluetooth Module part numbers

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I Am Looking At This Ulf. I Want To Put It In A 03 4.4 X5 With Nav And Dsp. It Is Used.

Bmw 84.11 6945940-01
Bmw Everest Ibus Us

Dont Know What Kind Of Bmw Its Off.

Would Appreciate Any Advise.
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Old 01-05-2006, 01:15 AM
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I just took the same Everest IBUS ULF out of my '04 X5 4.4. Mine was a BMW Assist module only, even though it had a Bluetooth Passkey and antenna. Looks can be deceiving. Talk to Randy at EIS about retrofit kits for your X5. He helped me with my kit and everything went great and the system works terrific. I use a Motorola E815 with it. Now I wish they made a kit to fit my '03 745i. If you go with used, make sure it is a true Bluetooth ULF and not just the Assist module. EIS has a reasonable return policy also, so that's something to consider for your safety. Good Luck.
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Old 03-06-2006, 07:56 PM
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The everest phone is a car phone system that uses the bluetooth protocol for the cars cordless handset. The phone is contained in that control unit and the SIM card is inserted into a slot at the cradle.
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