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Old 18th June 2009, 07:41   #1
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Bluetooth ULF

1st Generation, works great, never had any issues. This is still the only E39 ULF supported by BMW NA. Works with my Blackberry Bold and I hear it works well with the iphone (you need to confirm). No volume issues. Comes with the armrest cradle that has the pairing button. The mic is still in the car (updated mic) and if I can get it by Friday I will sell it also.

W/o mic $250 shipped
w/mic $280 shipped.

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Will you sell me only the armrest cradel ? thanks
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I am not up to speed on the whole BT system.. What else is needed in addition to your setup?
Any idea on Windows Mobile working with it?
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Any idea on Windows Mobile working with it?
Does Windows Mobile work with anything???? Sorry I couldn't resist...
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Will you sell me only the armrest cradel ? thanks

I'd rather sell the whole kit at once. However, I may sell the components separately if the kit does not sell in a week or so.

I got the mic out of the car. See picture.

Loop plug is also included. My car already came with it so I never installed it.

All you need is the antenna which you can order from Bimmernav.com

Pictures attached. Sorry for the poor quality.

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My Motorola Q worked fine with it with Windows CE. I had the Q before my company switched to Blackberry. All you will need is the antenna. It is fairly easy to install. Installation instructions here:

BMW E39 Bluetooth Installation instructions - Bimmernav BMW Upgrades

BLUETOOTH ANTENNA part number is 84506928461 and typically costs around $25
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M5CCIE, according to that website for my build date (10/99 I think) it says "03/97 to 01/00 Upgraded to CPT 7000/8000 (+$100.00)
Any idea on what that means? My car has the phone kit in it, had antenna and the box in trunk already, I know those get replaced, but not sure what that reference above is for...
I am on the fence about getting the kit, want to find more info out first...
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M5CCIE, according to that website for my build date (10/99 I think) it says "03/97 to 01/00 Upgraded to CPT 7000/8000 (+$100.00)
Any idea on what that means? My car has the phone kit in it, had antenna and the box in trunk already, I know those get replaced, but not sure what that reference above is for...
I am on the fence about getting the kit, want to find more info out first...
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What I think it means is that you'll need a wiring harness to get your car retrofitted. The CPT7000/8000 were BMW/Motorola Phone options if you wanted to have a car phone, the CPT 8000 being the newer. So if you have a CPT7000/8000 phone, you will need a special wiring harness to make your car accept a ULF for Bluetooth which according to Bimmernav it is $100. If you don't have a CPT7000 or 8000 phone option, you will still need a wiring harness. For production dates 01/97 - 01/00 it is $100 and from 01/00 - 02/02 is $90. For production dates 03/02 and higher, you will not need a harness.

Thanks for bringing this to my attention. Since I had an 03, I had forgotten these little gotchas. Even with the added cost, it's much worth it in my honest opinion.

Note, these harnesses will be required no matter what generation of ULF you get.

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M5CCIE, those requirements put it out of the price I can justify spending...
Good luck with the sale!
Just for future reference, is the tray the only way to pair the system? Seems kind of useless after its been paired...
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M5CCIE, those requirements put it out of the price I can justify spending...
Good luck with the sale!
Just for future reference, is the tray the only way to pair the system? Seems kind of useless after its been paired...
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Thanks!

Yes, you need the tray...at least with my experience and according to the manual. The steering wheel button will not pair the phone.

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