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Old 12th August 2008, 03:44   #1
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Latest BMW NAVTEQ DVD p/n?

Does anyone know the part number for the latest NAVTEQ DVD that BMW would sell me? This is for a 2003 M5.
My DVD is horribly out of date 2002.2 I think. There are original unopened BMW DVD's on eBay, but I don't want to buy the wrong p/n and have it not work. 2008.1 and/or 2007.2 would be great. Thx!
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Old 12th August 2008, 05:36   #2
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FYI- There are two different "2003 BMW DVD Navteq Discs"... trunk mounted (ours) and dash mount. They do not use the same data discs.


Off hand I don't know current numbers- check out the latest on navteqs website, should have the PN.

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I just replaced mine about 2 weeks ago. I have an 03 with a 02/03 manufact. date. Since yours is an 03...It should be the same;
DVD 65 90 0 431 723...Thats the 2008 version

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check out the latest on navteqs website, should have the PN.

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Thanks Ard...I did look there first, but they use NAVTEQ p/n's. The ones on fleaBay are sold using the BMW p/n's it seems.
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'03 M5 DVD

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can I get the p/n for 2007.2? My eBay seller sent me the 2008.1 p/n for the newer BMW's (obviously doesn't work). He checked his "inventory" and it turns out he doesn't have the p/n I need in 2008.1 form, but offered to send me 2007.2. I can live with that if price is right, but I don't know what the p/n should be.
I don't get it only because he made a listing for both the correct p/n and the newer p/n at the same time. I figured he just sent wrong part. Was surprised when suddenly he didn't have it at all. Must have sent it to another buyer I guess. Oh well...that's what I get for going against my better judgment and buying from a 0-rating eBay seller.

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located at x5world.com

According to BMW

DVD High 2006.2 65 90 0 404 346
DVD High 2007.1 65 90 0 415 621
DVD High 2007.2 65 90 0 426 554
DVD High 2008.1 65 90 0 431 723

DVD Professional 2006.2 65 90 0 404 347
DVD Professional 2007.1 65 90 0 415 622
DVD Professional 2007.2 65 90 0 426 555
DVD Professional 2008.1 65 90 0 431 724

We use the High series if I'm not mistaken. Pro is for i-Drive cars.
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one other thing...when you insert a newer version NAV DVD does this automatically do a firmware update if needed? I've seen talk of firmware updates in this forum, but I'm not sure if its a separate process or not.

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U should need the "High Version"....
Thats what mine is Bud...(03/03 manuf. date) DVD High 2007.2 65 90 0 426 554
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yeah man I know it! Tell that damn eBay seller! LOLZ
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one other thing...when you insert a newer version NAV DVD does this automatically do a firmware update if needed? I've seen talk of firmware updates in this forum, but I'm not sure if its a separate process or not.

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No. Different disk, just to load the OS.
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totally different NAV question

I've noticed something about this NAV system...
Let me just state that this was not resolved by updating to the latest firmware/OS yesterday.

I've noticed that when I type in an address and then drive to said address the checkered flag is never at the end destination. It's always (I think) at the next intersection. It's almost as if the system is "rounding off" to the closest cross-street! I have my home address saved in the address book also and the flag is down at the end of my block which is like 25 houses away.
I've been able to get the flag right, but only by saving my map location as my home...not an actual typed address.
Now...the voice instructions are correct. I made a right onto a road my friend lives on yesterday and her house is on the right. The voice said "You have arrived...destination is on the right", but there on my screen again was the white line guiding me to the next intersection down the road.
I've actually tried driving to the checkered flag before waiting for the big surprise. Surprisingly...nothing happens!
Keep in my my NAV DVD is like 2002.1 or .2 and I have the latest version on the way. Does the NAV DVD have a hand in this weirdness at all or does my GPS antenna hate me or something.
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