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E46 M3 (2001-2006) Engine: S54 - Max Hp: 333 hp at 7,900 rpm / 262 lb/ft at 4,900 rpm
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Old Wed, Feb-16-2005, 02:33:25 AM   #1
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I have done the search and I have found the bluetooth installation DIY. In the DIY the pairing button that is being installed looks very similar to the button that is on the steering wheel. Is the button on the steering wheel for the voice commands for NAV or for phone or both? My car is an 04 May production without Assist. I have searched the forum and looked in the owners manual but no luck.
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isn't the button for both??? :nixweiss:
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I have done the search and I have found the bluetooth installation DIY. In the DIY the pairing button that is being installed looks very similar to the button that is on the steering wheel. Is the button on the steering wheel for the voice commands for NAV or for phone or both? My car is an 04 May production without Assist. I have searched the forum and looked in the owners manual but no luck.
... it is for voice commands and phone calls received and dialed only.
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... it is for voice commands and phone calls received and dialed only.
I do not have the bluetooth installed yet, but will this button work for navigation voice commands?
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I do not have the bluetooth installed yet, but will this button work for navigation voice commands?
If you install the SES module it will...
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I cannot belevie this car doesn't have all these moduels in it to begin with it. They could have bumped up the price by 1K or 2K and included Sirius, Bluetooth, Alarm, and SES. I guess I will now do a search on SES to find out what it is. is SES part of a bluetooth module or is SES a bluetooth module?
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I cannot belevie this car doesn't have all these moduels in it to begin with it. They could have bumped up the price by 1K or 2K and included Sirius, Bluetooth, Alarm, and SES. I guess I will now do a search on SES to find out what it is. is SES part of a bluetooth module or is SES a bluetooth module?
SES is a separate, stand alone voice command module.

BT ULF module is the Bluetooth module; it has a built in SES section inside the same chassis.
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SES is a separate, stand alone voice command module.

BT ULF module is the Bluetooth module; it has a built in SES section inside the same chassis.

Thaks for your help! I wish I was in Florida right now, I am definately ready for warm weather.
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Thaks for your help! I wish I was in Florida right now, I am definately ready for warm weather.
... the weather down here has been completely, absolutely perfect for the last three weeks. Sorry for the tease.
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