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  • 02-22-2011, 09:28 PM
    bilbmw

    The other link...

    ...is b_mm_r n_v .com

    I E A'00 M5
    -Carbon Black
    -Blk/Blu Sport interior
    -Mk III Nav. upgrade (16:9 wide screen)
    -Rogue Engineering short shift kit
    -Dice iPod integration kit

    '97 528i
    -'99 Double VANOS motor and ECU
    -Jet Black
    -Sand Beige interior
    -Black Dashboard (upper/lower, and center console)
    -Black, all leather shift handle
    -Debadged
    -Mr. MPL mesh lower grille
    -Shadowline (diy) ext. trim
    -Frenched high beams
    -Clear front turn signal and side marker lenses
    -Red/clear taillights
    -E38 Interior map light w/ wood trim
    -Amber fr. fog lamps
    -Rear fog lamps
    -In-dash CD player (CD53 Business)
    -Dice iPod integration kit
    -CMT5000VR cell phone (old tech.)
    -Bav. Autosport mats w/ B/A icon (blue)
    -Burlwood e-brake handle
    -///M dead pedal
    -Rear view mirror w/ compass
    -Chrome instr. rings
    -...and a rebuilt GM 4L30E transmission!!

    '86 528e

    '87 Chrysler Conquest TSi w/5spd.

    '89 Merc. Grand Marquis

    BMWCCA member since 1998
  • 02-22-2011, 09:25 PM
    bilbmw

    If you want a factory like set-up...

    ...try www.europeanautosource.com or www.[Oops!].com. Both have kits for the early E39s as well as the Dice kits.

    '00 M5
    -Carbon Black
    -Blk/Blu Sport interior
    -Mk III Nav. upgrade (16:9 wide screen)
    -Rogue Engineering short shift kit
    -Dice iPod integration kit

    '97 528i
    -'99 Double VANOS motor and ECU
    -Jet Black
    -Sand Beige interior
    -Black Dashboard (upper/lower, and center console)
    -Black, all leather shift handle
    -Debadged
    -Mr. MPL mesh lower grille
    -Shadowline (diy) ext. trim
    -Frenched high beams
    -Clear front turn signal and side marker lenses
    -Red/clear taillights
    -E38 Interior map light w/ wood trim
    -Amber fr. fog lamps
    -Rear fog lamps
    -In-dash CD player (CD53 Business)
    -Dice iPod integration kit
    -CMT5000VR cell phone (old tech.)
    -Bav. Autosport mats w/ B/A icon (blue)
    -Burlwood e-brake handle
    -///M dead pedal
    -Rear view mirror w/ compass
    -Chrome instr. rings
    -...and a rebuilt GM 4L30E transmission!!

    '86 528e

    '87 Chrysler Conquest TSi w/5spd.

    '89 Merc. Grand Marquis

    BMWCCA member since 1998
  • 02-21-2011, 09:17 AM
    fritracer

    Bavauto sells a kit that

    connects to your factory harness so you can use all the steering wheel buttons and factory stuff Ie,. speakers, wiring etc.Fritracer
    Cincinnati, OH
    2000 540ia Sport Package 9/99 Silver/Black
    1970 Dodge Challenger T/A 420 stroker w/6 Pak 430 HP,
    510 lbft torque
  • 02-21-2011, 09:10 AM
    Crusader

    Don't think the factory system will work ...

    I think the BMW bluetooth module won't work with your car. But Dice makes a device called Mediabridge which includes a bluetooth option and might meet your needs.
  • 02-21-2011, 06:29 AM
    NJDave

    iPhone and Bluetooth "Hands-Free" on E39 ?

    I was thinking of trying to use my iPhone blue tooth capability
    with my '97 528i.

    Does anyone have any experience getting, or modifying, their iPhone 3G /4G
    to work through the BMW built-in "hands-free" phone system?

    What adapters or upgrades would have to be made to use
    the iphone "hands-free" through the BMW's internal phone
    system?

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