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#1 (permalink) Old 05-21-2008, 11:20 PM
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I just got the 2005 X5 4.4. Tryed to connect my bluetoot enabled Nokia, it asks for the passcode. I tryed several combinations like 1111, 0000 and 1234, didn't go thrue. Can anyone give me any advice how to connect the phone please?
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They come with their own password, different to every car.
Check your service book pouch, see if there's a piece of paper with password in it.
If not, you'll need to get ur local dealer to retrieve it from a tester.
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Damn I did call the dealer, and they ask for $150 to retreive the code, morans! But thanks anyway "pepsi" for replying.
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locate your TCU... not sure where it is on an X5... but on it you will find a label that has your passkey.

actually, call your dealer and ask where the TCU on an X5 is... i dnt think they'll charge you for that info ;-)
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I'll do it free for you if ur in melbourn, lol.
Anyway..I don't think it'll be on the ULF/TCU unit.
However, if you want to look for it. This is where they normally located.
Note that this is for a RHD car, it should be the same, but if u can't find it, it might be on the other side of the car.


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