Where do you plug the dvd and the module, is there a socket somwhere and is it a standard av type? My question is basically can you do it yourself with home-electronics or are they hidden somwhere and the plugs are bmw plugs...ttboyvanc said:I ended up buying a module from navtv and it removed the TV block while moving... and the AV channel is if you hook up a DVD player to the radio (nav TV sells a module as well for that), it works great!
Set ignition key to position 2 (where fan, A/C, etc. are on, but you haven't started motor)this not work for me i have to start the enginejeanmarc said:Is it possible to disable the limit that only allows TV below 3 km/h? And another thing, what's the "AV" channel for in the M5 TV?
I have a '99 M5 and have disabled the TV motion check with the button presses noted above.Thanks guys but I thought MKII doesn't need any tools to make TV-in motion work. I think it applies only for US then.
No, but closeI'm sure in the destructions that I read it was contrast for one year of car and Brightness for another year of car.
The website I bought the wires from was:
You get the av harness and the tv limit harness, they are a bit pricey, and they plug right into your TV module....
Hope that helps, I tried the unlock procedure for my car like 500 times, to no avail... so ended up getting the harness...