Installing this isn't for the faint of heart, but if you're handy, its not that bad.
Motorola L2000/L7089 + car install kit.
In the E46, it will utilize the factory speaker under the steering column, the roofmount antenna (or add-on M3 sharkfin one if you have a 01+ 2/4dr), and the factory harness under the center console for power and access to the aforementioned speaker. You'll need to route the included mic to an appropriate location, build a wiring harness to connect to the car, get a mounting bracket, and that's it! :thumb: The setup worked perfectly in my own car for months, until I got a new phone and installed a new kit for it.
Motorola L2000/L7089 GSM Triband worldphone
Unlocked. Tested with Cingular, Fido and VoiceStream SIMs
Brand-new factory shell (Flat Sea Blue)
Super bright, but factory-green LEDs
Engineering Mode enabled
Ringtone editor enabled
Low mileage: 1795 minutes
-Factory 600mah battery
-Aftermarket 1000mah battery (does NOT show 'invalid battery')
-Aftermarket desktop charger base
-Original travel charger (use alone or with base)
-Aftermarket cigarette adapter (sorta redundant; car kit will fast-charge the phone)
-New aftermarket handsfree earpiece
-Original belt clip
-Aftermarket leather case (never used)
-TrueSync software on CD (works through IR port)
-Original Motorola packaging
Car install kit:
Motorola S8543 Professional DSP in-car handsfree kit
Control box (mounting ear modified to fit under center console)
Speaker (I never used this)
coiled Handset cable
Some bits and pieces that may aid in installation
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