Question about 2006 BMW 5 Series
Phone says can not communicate with BMW 40391 I can't not get it to pair used pass ode 0000 and 1234
You need to find the bluetooth pairing code in your factory BMW manuals, it is on a sticker inside the sound system manual. Or if you cant find that, it is on the sticker on the bluetooth control module in the trunk, behind the trim panels.
Posted on Dec 25, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: passkey of the bluetooth
I HAD THIS SAME ISSUE. I TOOK OUT THE REAR PANELS INSIDE THE TRUNK. FIRST, START WITH THE LOWER CENTER PANEL RIGHT WHERE THE LOCKING LATCH IS LOCATED. THEN, MOVE TO THE LEFT PANELS ON THE SIDES OF THE INSIDE OF THE TRUNK. ONCE YOU HAVE TAKEN OUT THE PANELS, THERE'S A SILVER BOX IN THE TRUNK WITH A "PK 0000" NUMBER PRINTED ON A STICKER. THAT "PK" NUMBER IS YOUR CODE.
IT'S NOT AS BAD AS YOU MIGHT THINK TO TAKE OUT THE PANELS, I DID IT IN ABOUT 15 MINUTES. JUST TAKE YOUR TIME AND THEY ALL GO BACK IN AS EASY AS THEY CAME OUT. JUST TRY NOT TO FORCE ANYTHING BACK IN IT'S PLACE.
HOPE THIS HELPS. LEONARD-
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
hi Andrew, try to press the pairing button and keeps hold for 3 sec. then switch the ignition in first position while still holding the button for another 3 sec then the the pairing messeage should be sig on. but it the pairing messeage did not show i suspect that your ULF control unit is faulty and needs to be replace.
Posted on Jan 26, 2010
SOURCE: pairing my phone
try this guy, he has all the manuals in pdf file and if he doesn't, just ask for it
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
SOURCE: Can't get address book to
It seems that this is a common problem with blackberrys.
Take a look at this forum, it seems the issue is related to password protection and encryption.
Posted on Dec 13, 2010
SOURCE: I have a 2007 BMW
Hi, from the detailed explanation you have given so far concerning your BMW Z4M and your N97 mini coupled with the fact that you were guided by the BMW instruction on how to pair the car with phone, it seems clear the fault is from the BMW bluetooth if it is not getting to the BLUETOOTH PAIRING stage as you have said.
I will urge you to try and pair the car with another bluetooth enabled phone and let us see what the result will be like. If it other phone does not get to the BLUETOOTH PAIRING stage just like it did with the N97 mini, that will certainly confirm my notion about the BMW bluetooth problem, but if you successfully pair the other phone with the BMW and the N97 mini is still not pair-able, then there is a compatibility issue between the BMW and you N97 mini. Which means you have to see a BMW dealer to rectify it....
Posted on Dec 27, 2010
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