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Old 11-04-2015, 07:08 PM
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Mein Auto: 2012 328i xDrive Coupe
2012 328i xDrive Steering Wheel Button Mapping

Hey all,

First post here. Happy to say that I recently purchased my first BMW, a 2012 328i xDrive Coupe. Having an odd issue though.

It seems as if the buttons on the steering wheel aren't mapped correctly. Here are some examples...
  • The + button to increase the volume actually decreases the volume
  • The button to active/deactivate the voice activation system increases the volume
  • The - button to decrease the volume acts like the Telephone button

There are a couple other ones acting very odd. Think the dealership needs to do a software reset or something?

Thanks for your help,
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