So I recently just got a BMW 1 Series 2010 116i 2.0 Petrol.
Great car and my first bmw. The one thing I have noticed about it, there seems to be no bluetooth or hands free function. Which seems strange as its not that old.
It does have a BMW Business radio in the car, and on the steering wheel...
Here's a solution about how to fool the touch sensor in the steering wheel if you have professional driving assist.:)
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My bluetooth module died. I've a 2012 328-I hard top convertible. Does anyone know where it's located and can I buy a used one and plug and play?
I've seen them used on ebay for $50-150 for a module. Appears to be Harmon Kardon.
I think the bmw stealer wanted about $1200 and said they would...
I have a 2012 X5 35i and the hands free stopped working. The screen just spins with "please wait". I also tried connecting to bluetooth entertainment and get the same result. As near as I can tell this is all tied into the 'combox for telematics' P/N 84109257163. Has anyone experienced this...
I've seen write ups of retro-fitting some older cars with a multifunction steering wheel with an airbag but I haven't seen any for the e30. I understand it won't be compatible with the stock stereo but I'm fine with getting a new stereo. Has anybody else had any experience with this?
What do you currently use, in 2013, for handsfree telephone operation in your Bimmer?
Why do you like it, and how much does it cost?
(i.e., what can the rest of us learn from your setup?)
EDIT: See also: What do you currently use for a cigarette lighter power adapter in your E39 today?
Just purchased '03 325i from private party, and towards the top of my "to do" list is to get a HANDS FREE CELL PHONE SYSTEM installed (ie the "Parrot" etc).
I have a "Parrot" installed on my F-150, and it works well enough, but there's likely been technological advancement...