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SI B84 13 04
Phone, Navigation Systems
March 2005
Technical Service
This Service Information bulletin supersedes S.I. B84 13 04 dated January 2005.
designates changes to this revision
BMW Assist with Integrated Bluetooth
E46 (3 Series) from 9/04 production (325i/iA from 10/04 production) with Premium Package (ZPP) or BMW Assist
(SA 639)
E83 (X3) from 9/04 production with Premium Package (ZPP) or BMW Assist (SA 639)
E85 (Z4) from 10/04 production with Premium Package (ZPP) or BMW Assist (SA 639)
E53 (X5) from 10/04 production with Premium Package (ZPP) or BMW Assist (SA 639)
E60 (5 Series) from 9/04 production
E63, E64 (6 Series) from 9/04 production
E65, E66 (7 Series) from 3/05 production
1. Starting with all model year 2005 vehicles equipped with BMW Assist (except E65/66 7 Series from 3/05)
now has integrated Bluetooth capability. Currently, these vehicles will be arriving at your BMW Center with
Bluetooth set to active. No retrofit coding is necessary in order to use this feature.
2. For E60/63/64 voice activation functions are exactly the same as with the CPT9000 telephone
3. For E46/E83/E85/E53 vehicles voice activation functions are not part of the TCU. A separate SES module can
be installed. Refer to EPC.
For E46/E83/E85/E53 vehicles produced
between 3/2004 and 8/2004, are equipped with a
TCU that does not support Bluetooth. On these
vehicles the TCU can be replaced at the
customer's expense with a 2005 MY TCU.
Cradles may not be added to these vehicles
because of wiring incompatibility.
Please disregard the Owner's Manual insert,
shown to the left, indicating Bluetooth
functionality. The hardware in these vehicles
will not work correctly.
4. For E60/63/64 vehicles produced from 3/04 to 8/04, Bluetooth functionality can be added to most of these
vehicles by updating the vehicle software using CIP 13.2 or higher. After this is performed "Retrofit" of "Tel
Bluetooth" needs to be performed. Follow the procedure as described in this Service Information for
"Activating Bluetooth" and "Pairing the Handset". Vehicles prior to 3/04 would need to have the TCU replaced
with the 2005 MY TCU at the customer's expense and the vehicle updated to CIP 13.2 or higher. Phone
docking cradles may not be added to these vehicles because of wiring incompatibility. Note: This
software update and retrofit is not covered under warranty and is at the customer's expense.
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5. Please refer to CenterNet for information on approved Bluetooth handsets. To access this information, follow
the path as outlined below:
Visit the Bluetooth Microsite from CenterNet or point your web browser to
for the latest listing of approved handsets and other information on Bluetooth.
For further information on the functionality of the telephone, consult the handset Owners Manual.
For diagnosis and troubleshooting of the system refer to the "Bluetooth Diagnosis" attachment. Updates
to the attachment can be identified by blue text.
For information about E46, E83, E85, and E53 refer to the "Bluetooth Users Manual I-Bus vehicles"
attached to this service information.
For information about E60, E63, and E64 refer to the "Bluetooth Users Manual E60 vehicles" attached to
this service information.
6. Stolen Vehicle Recovery service has also been added to subscribers of the BMW Assist program. To access
information about Stolen Vehicle Recovery, follow the path as outlined below:
Log into CenterNet.
From the "Menu" tab select "BMW Assist".
Select "Stolen Vehicle Recovery Insurance Discount"
7. Refer to SI B84 15 03 for more information about BMW Assist.
Phone docking cradles can only be installed in 2005 MY or later vehicles with BMW Assist (SA 639) and
Bluetooth wireless technology.
E83 (X3)/E85 (Z4)
1. Using the SSS (Software Service Station) or GT1, start CIP 15.2 or higher.
2. Select the appropriate model series selection.
3. Select the vehicle model.
4. Select "Load software".
5. Answer "No" to "Have control modules been replaced?"
6. Select "Retrofits".
7. Select "Retrofits".
8. Select "TEL Bluetooth".
9. Select "Added".
10. The following message will be displayed:
"Retrofit of Telephone with cradle selected. The Vehicle order is changed during the sequence Continue only with
"Continue" if the retrofitting scope is already fitted in the vehicle. Otherwise terminate the procedure with "Cancel"\
11. Select "Continue".
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12. Follow the onscreen prompts to finish coding
13. Exit CIP and check the functionality of the system.
E46 (3 Series)/E53 (X5)
1. If the vehicle is equipped with Navigation, ensure that the warning message has been answered on the Board
Monitor screen by pressing the large control knob.
2. Using SSS or GT1 with CD40 or higher, select Coding/Programming.
3. Select (3) ZCS/FA Coding.
4. Select E46 or E53 as applicable.
5. Select"Retrofit".
6. Page down and select "Bluetooth Telephone".
7. On confirmation screen asking if correct, select "YES".
8. Complete the coding per the onscreen instructions.
9. Exit from coding and check the functionality of the system.
1. Turn Key off and then to KL-R or KL-15.
2. The vehicle is ready for pairing for the first 2 minutes of key on.
If the R/T button on the MFL is pressed, "Activate Phone" appears on the MID or Board Monitor. For the
E53 X5 the seatbelt needs to be plugged in and the R/T button pressed on the MFL and "Activate Phone"
appears in the Instrument Cluster.
4. During the pairing process, depending on equipment, the indicator lights on MID or Board Monitor display
5. Your mobile phone should now be set to search for BT devices. See the Owner's Manual for your handset.
6. A request to enter a password, PIN, or code appears on the handset display, depending on your model. Enter
the 'BLUETOOTH PASSKEY" (supplied with the vehicle literature), using the numerical keys on the handset
and confirm the input. Look for a confirmation message on the handset.
7. To conclude the pairing process, turn the key off.
8. Wait approximately 30 seconds before turning the key back on. The phone will now be connected when the key
is turned on. It may take several minutes to initially load the phone book stored in the handset depending on the
number of entries.
1. This procedure must be carried out first in order to properly pair a handset to the vehicle.
2. From the start menu press briefly down on the
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3. Scroll down to the "Communication settings"
and select.
4. Select "Bluetooth" and press controller.
5. Select "Settings" and press controller.
6. Select "Bluetooth communication active" and
press the controller to activate the connection.
7. Exit back to the start menu.
1. Turn the key on.
2. From the start menu press briefly down on the
3. Scroll down to the "Communication settings"
and select.
4. Select "Bluetooth" and press controller.
5. Select "Phone" and press controller.
6. Once the message "Bluetooth connectable in this
menu" is displayed the vehicle is in pairable
7. Your handset should now be set to search for BT
devices. See the handset Owner's Manual for
your specific handset.
8. In order to pair you must enter a random passkey
both via the handset and via the CID. The
passkey can be any number that you choose up
to 16 digits long.
9. Via the CID select "Add device" and press
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10. Enter your passkey. Depending on the handset,
you will have approximately 30 seconds to enter
the passkey on the handset and the CID.
11. Enter the same passkey in the handset and in the
12. Select "Confirm passkey and press the
13. After a few seconds your device will be listed.
14. Depending on the handset, the device will ask
you to accept connection.
15. You must exit this menu in order for the handset
to operate correctly.
16. Turn the key off. When the key is turned on the
handset will connect and transfer the phonebook
entries from the handset. This may take several
minutes depending on the size of the phonebook.
17. Up to 4 handsets can be paired to the vehicle.
18. Please consult the Owner's Manual of the
handset for additional information.
1. Ensure that the Control Display is at least past
the "Accept" screen.
2. Turn ignition on. For the first 2 minutes of
ignition on the vehicle is in pairing mode.
3. Have the Bluetooth "Passkey" available. This
can be found from insert in the information kit in
the vehicle.
4. Refer to the Owner's Manual of the individual
handset, for detecting, connecting, or coupling a
Bluetooth unit. As an example on the Motorola
V600: Select Settings/Connection/Bluetooth
Link/Handsfree/Look for devices
5. The handset will now scan for Bluetooth devices
6. The vehicle will be identified by the VIN
number displayed in the handset.
7. Select the VIN number and Bond (Pair) the
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handset to the vehicle.
8. When prompted enter the Passkey as noted from
the card in the information kit.
9. Once pairing is complete the Control Display
will switch to "Phone Connected".
10. Wait to pair additional handsets until the
phonebook is fully loaded.
view PDF attachment B841304BluetoothDiagnosis.
view PDF attachment B841304BluetoothUserManualE60E63E64.
view PDF attachment B841304BluetoothUserManualIBUS.
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