Question about BMW 1 Series
2009 bmw 120i - has phone button on steering wheel and radio but no phone option in menu and holding the phone button doesn't activate the bluetooth. Also my iPhone doesn't see the car in bluetooth? how do I activate it?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If this is a floor shifter or center console shifter there is actually a lock release next to the shifter. Look next to the shifter handle and you should see a small square plug in the console remove the plug and you will see a little white button in it this is the shifter release push it and you can move the shifter.
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
You need to have the Bluetooth code (a four digit number that should be with your vehicle documents)
- Turn Bluetooth at your phone.
- With the car ignition key at Position 0 (Off), pressand hold the phone key on your steering wheel.
- Whilst still holding the phone key down, turn the ignition key to position 1.
- release the phone key after about 3 seconds.
- The car display should then show "BLUETOOTH PAIRING" or similar.
- Search for new bluetooth devices with your phone.
- When the BMW unit is detected, select and enter the 4 digit PIN.
- Your phone should now work via the cars Bluetooth interface
Posted on Jan 13, 2010
I'm afraid I can't solve your problem, but you're already one step further than I am: I have a 2004 E60 (525d touring) and it won't pair at all, the N97 doesn't even SEE the car's bluetooth. And my previous Nokia E61i paired, but never transferred the contactlist.
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
on 750 and 750li 2007
open trunk remove carpet and wheel cover
remove 4 black pin from lock cover
remove 4 pin from left panel
remove silver latche 2 screws
remove the whole entire panel
look at the top you see silver box has sticker and "PK" and then a 4 digit code. those 4 digits following the PK is your bluetooth pin.
Posted on Jan 24, 2010
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