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Old 04-18-2013, 05:22 PM
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Bluetooth activation question

Just got a 04 X5 4.4i and I have confirm there is a BT module in the trunk.
I have the INPA/NCS

Question:
1)What options should I check to confirm is AKTIV (active)
2)What is the peering process?

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Old 04-18-2013, 10:48 PM
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There are a number of articles for Bluetooth here - http://www.xoutpost.com/bluetooth.php

Note that most 2004's came with a module that did not actually allow the Bluetooth to operate. So unless someone swapped out your module at some point, it's probable that it's not going to work.
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Just got a 04 X5 4.4i and I have confirm there is a BT module in the trunk.
I have the INPA/NCS

Question:
1)What options should I check to confirm is AKTIV (active)
2)What is the peering process?

Thanks
Pairing a BT phone with a TCU/Assist module
1. Turn the car off (key position 0)
2. Turn the car on (key position 1)
3. The TCU enters pairing mode for about 2 minutes
4. Set your mobile phone to look for BT devices
5. When your phone finds the car, select it, and then it will prompt you for the Bluetooth passkey
6. After you enter the BT passkey and the car accepts it, pairing is complete
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Old 04-19-2013, 12:41 PM
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Pairing a BT phone with a TCU/Assist module
1. Turn the car off (key position 0)
2. Turn the car on (key position 1)
3. The TCU enters pairing mode for about 2 minutes
4. Set your mobile phone to look for BT devices
5. When your phone finds the car, select it, and then it will prompt you for the Bluetooth passkey
6. After you enter the BT passkey and the car accepts it, pairing is complete
Thanks I will give it a try....
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hey -did you ever get this to work?
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