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Gwegz320 10-16-2009 12:00 PM

Problem with tv modul
 
Hi everyone,

I have a problem with a tv modul ^^
Number part : 65.50-8 375 553
I have a bmw E46 320cd coupe, equiped with nav 16:9 system and MK4...

Recently I have buy a tv modul on ebay and installed it in my car.
The problem is that when i plug the tv modul, the screen oscillate :s
I think there is a problem with format of the tv output, but how to configure this when I can't read nothing on the screen?

Other things, I'm not sure that the tv modul is compatible with my car, but as i can read on ebay, all tv modul is the same for e36, e39 or e46...
So, can you help me?

Thank you

Gwegz320 10-16-2009 01:25 PM

I have made a little video with my gsm, so you can see what i see on my nav screen with the tv modul plugged :
YouTube - E46 tv modul problem

Roy in GA 10-17-2009 01:42 AM

That is a pretty old P/N and I don't know if it will sync with a wide screen. Some of the early ones won't work with the WS. I have posted all of the VM P/Ns on the nav forum at bimmerboard.com. Do a search there for them.

zeronoo 10-17-2009 02:17 AM

this is a syncronisation problem between navigation computer (16:9) an tv module witch i think is in 4:3 format...try to let several minutes on, if still oscilate, dont't work on 16:9 system...

Gwegz320 10-17-2009 05:18 AM

Ok, thank for your answear :(
On bimmerboard i have found a post were people said a great NO compatible with 16/9 :s
Now i have to sell the video modul pffff
Thank you for your help

Gwegz320 10-17-2009 05:29 AM

Another question plz.
On some notice on the net, i have read this : After the installation work the retrofit TV function must be coded using DIS or MoDiC via the Retrofit pat.

If i buy a good tv modul for my car, is it working directly correctly? Or i have to go to a bmw dealer to activate the fonction via the MODIS?

Roy in GA 10-17-2009 12:21 PM

You don't need the dealer for anything. Look for a hybrid VM since you are in Europe. I have posted the P/Ns on BB forum.

zeronoo 10-17-2009 03:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Gwegz320 (Post 670491)
Another question plz.
On some notice on the net, i have read this : After the installation work the retrofit TV function must be coded using DIS or MoDiC via the Retrofit pat.

If i buy a good tv modul for my car, is it working directly correctly? Or i have to go to a bmw dealer to activate the fonction via the MODIS?

i retrofited navi+tv on my e46 several month ago, never code anything (except vin on navi:D), and it works with no problem, maybe i'll do this next days(months)...however, @roy is right, if you can, buy a hybrid video module

Gwegz320 10-19-2009 03:09 AM

Ok thank you for your information!

I search for Hybrid tv modul on ebay but don't found actually.
But what i see is people who sell tv modul for 16:9... That's what they said but the product number is 6 911 221...
And in the list of Roy this product number is considered only for 4:3 :s
And no one announce,... already 3 or 4 announce that said is for 16:9 navi but the product number 221...

What's wrong?

Last question :
Ok, so I have buy a wrong modul tv.
Is there no way to recode it?
I means, if I go to BMW specialist can he recode the tv modul to work with my car? Or if I use a program like NAVCODER?

KiwiJochen 10-19-2009 09:06 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Gwegz320 (Post 671022)
Last question :
Ok, so I have buy a wrong modul tv.
Is there no way to recode it?
I means, if I go to BMW specialist can he recode the tv modul to work with my car? Or if I use a program like NAVCODER?

Neither NavCoder nor the BMW dealer can recode it.

But this company can:
Shop

Read the "eScreen | Videomodul Umprogrammierung 4:3 auf 16:9" part


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