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Old 08-11-2010, 09:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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HELP!! How do I change radio frequencies from Japanese to New Zealand frequencies?

Hi there

I have a 2004 BMW 545i that I have imported to NZ from Japan.

I have changed the language display from Japanese to English UK (the only options were Japanese, English UK, Dutch) but I am now trying to figure our how I can change the radio frequencies over to NZ frequencies...I believe it can be done???

It has I drive and I have managed to access the ECU List but cant find anywhere to change the location in this area.

If anyone can help me that would be appreciated.

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This can not be done unlesse using a special programing tool to reprogram the i-drive and radio frequencies i tried it myself they asked for 300$ to reprogram it to gain access to radioo channel in my location.
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