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Re: HOW DO I SET UP CELL PHONE TO USE IN CAR?
OK - If you are getting the SIG instead of Phone connected in the X Type - You need to enter the code - for the 2007 X Type, the Code is ##3#*# - Which should then say waiting and finally SIG ****** which means it is connectable - To pair your phone, goto bluetooth and pair device, wait until the Jaguar is found. When prompted for the numerical code it is 1313
I had this problem, and I called my local dealer. They looked up my cars vin # and told me that the car had the ability to have it, but they didnt install it. it would have cost me 1200 dollars to have this installed. Kind of a shocker for me! Needless to say, I didnt get it...
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Hi, i'll need a bit more info to be able to give you an opinion , am i correct in assuming the "new kenwood " is a radio/cd player ? If so do you have a car phone or a hands free kit for your mobile/cell phone ? Assuming the kenwood is a radio the mute wire has to be connected to the car phone/mobile hands free kit , this is usually described in the phone installation directions , how the mute system works is when you recieve a call the signal is sent via the phone system to the radio , which is where the mute wire comes into use .If you have either of the phone set ups i've described post back with there details , make , model etc ,if you do not have this type of system and are using an ear piece then the mute funtion can't be used , i hope this is of some help to you
Hello and welcome. this vehicle doesnt have a bluetooth option. it does have a cell phone that works thru the onstar system. however you have to have a active onstar. you can have this sytem activated at any time. just have to sign a contract just like any other cell phone provider.
The code for the radio reset comes along with the car manual and could be noted in your instruction manual. So look into the service book to find this out. You can also call up your service dealer who will have it logged on to the car history.
So check this out.
The number was on a white card stuck in with the manual binder. Or if you don't have it, its located in the trunk, behind the left nav access panel on a silver "TCU" module about the size of 2 vhs tapes stacked together. if you look at the eject button on the nav player its located just to the right and is installed on about a 45 degree angle.
there is a white lable with the "PK" on it. i used a small telescoping mirror but you can also slightly pull back the trunk liner above the unit and it will be easily located. If any of this options works go to Bmw dealer for service and we found it in car computer.
Blame it on the former owners. I don't know why it is, but some(rather a lot) of people take it out and into their home to read something and NEVER put it back. The used car department isn't really responsible for it. Just like extra keys and remote. A family member trades in a vehicle and only one of them is there to do the transaction, therfore the extras are back home or in her purse. Look on Ebay or craiglist for these.