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Old 05-07-2009, 09:00 PM
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NAV bug fix

I see over on E90post tha BMW has fixed some of the '09 IDrive Nav bugs. Now we can get rid of the damn shopping carts. Think I might try to get this done at the dealer next week.

This Service Information bulletin supersedes SI 65 04 09 dated April 2009.

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SUBJECT
Shopping Cart Icons Displayed Permanently


MODEL
E82, E88 *(1 Series) from September 2008

E90, E91, E92, E93 *(3 Series) from September 2008

E60, E61 *(5 Series) from March 2009

E63, E64 *(6 Series) from March 2009

F01, F02 *(7 Series)

*with option 609 (NAVIGATION SYSTEM PROFESSIONAL, CIC)


SITUATION
The shopping cart icon is permanently displayed in the navigation map display in scale 400 feet and below, even when the setting for display points of interest (POI) is set to "No Points of Interest".

When scale 800 feet and up is selected, it is not displayed.

CAUSE
Error in the navigation system integrated in the Car Information Computer (CIC)

CORRECTION
Do not replace parts!

Program the vehicle using ISTA/P 2.33.1 or later.

Note that ISTA/P will automatically reprogram and code all programmable control modules that do not have the latest software.

For information on programming and coding with ISTA/P, refer to CenterNet / Aftersales Portal / Service / Workshop Technology / Vehicle Programming.

WARRANTY INFORMATION
Covered under the terms of the BMW New Vehicle Limited Warranty.
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Old 05-08-2009, 10:41 AM
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I going to try to get the software update next week too. Hopefully our dealers have it on hand already.
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Old 05-08-2009, 12:26 PM
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Thanks Mattie. This has been bugging me since I got my 328i!! Back to the dealer it goes - finally no more shopping carts!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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So to get rid of them you would need to take the car in? I can add it to my list tomorrow for the SA!
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Old 05-08-2009, 05:43 PM
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So to get rid of them you would need to take the car in? I can add it to my list tomorrow for the SA!
Yep, can only be done at the delear. BTW, I'm jealous of how fast you got to 100 posts! You get an avatar and I don't. Guess I need to post more.
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Old 05-09-2009, 01:55 PM
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I took my car in for service today and explained to him if he could remove the shopping carts. He knew exactly what I was talking about. But then when I went to pick up my car, my manuals were on the passenger seat and the shopping carts still there. GRRRRRRRRRRRRRR so he obviously didn't know how to remove them!

So I guess the next time I bring my car in, I will ask them, AGAIN!
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Its not a question of "removing the shopping carts." He has to update the software for your car. That is a half day procedure, which they obviously did not do.
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Old 05-10-2009, 07:53 AM
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Its not a question of "removing the shopping carts." He has to update the software for your car. That is a half day procedure, which they obviously did not do.
As a former dealership mechanic, a 'half day' procedure translates to what, maybe, 30 minutes of billable warranty time. Man, that is no way to make a living!

I wonder how many 'software' stations they have in a typical dealership? I would hope every bay would have access to a network that would supply these downloads on demand. Otherwise, can you imagine the scheduling nightmare?

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