How to use factory bluetooth phone prep???
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    How to use factory bluetooth phone prep???

    So I've got my new car now and it has bluetooth fitted, I cannot for the life of me figure out how to use it though.

    I checked and it does look like the "ULF?" is there in the boot.. silver metal block sits on top of CD changer obscured by the boot lining?

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    All the info should be in this pdf Mike http://www.e38.org/ULFOwnerManual.pdf

    did you get the 4 digit passkey from the seller? if not you're going to have to expose the ULF and read it from
    the ULF sticker itself, as per pic below.


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    All sorted Simon, cheers for the info!

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    Quote Originally Posted by baderlfc View Post
    All sorted Simon, cheers for the info!
    Good to hear Mike

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