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Old 18th September 2012, 19:56   #1
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BMW offers fix for hi-tech theft

I saw this link it should be helpful for all of us. I hope this is not a repost.

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Thanks for the link. I try to keep the Beast under lock and key all the time, but it's not always possible.

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Thanks Q!

I was wondering about this. Well, I'll give it two months or so before I hit up my dealer and ask about the software update.
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Interesting. Only mentions X5 and X6 - wonder about the M5s...

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