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Old 08-29-2012, 06:50 PM
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Japanese spec radio frequency conversion

I just bought a beautiful 735i but the radio frequency is in different range at my country. I read some forums here for the conversion( by holding down the 'Menu' button for ten seconds etc). The only problem for my car is I don't have a 'Menu' button. Can someone kind enough to share your thought. Thank you Bimmerfest.
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Old 09-04-2012, 07:35 PM
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If you are referring to the AM/FM frequency, you will need to have your ASK recoded.

There is an Idrive Service Menu which requires you to be at the Menu screen, then press down the knob for 6 seconds, release, then 3 turns rights, 3 turns left, 1 turn right, 1 turn left, 1 turn right, press down knob once. But I've only seen the ability to turn on / off the TV tuner diversity function. Nothing about radio frequency.
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