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  1. Car Audio, ICE, Car Alarms, Mobile Phones, I-Drive
    Hello, I have a car phone in my 2001 320d touring. By the information I was able to get, it should be the CMT4000 (looks like this: http://tinyurl.com/h6zvpq8). I got a SIM card for it and it seemed to work - I entered the PIN, got signal and called my cellphone on it - started ringing. But...
  2. Auto Electrical Forum
    I have searched high and low for a users manual for my in car corded phone. I've had my 2000 530d Wagon for 4 years now costing a fortune on replacement parts, but I would never part with her. There is one main thing that has been the vein of my life :confused and that's the BMW car phone and...
  3. Car Audio, ICE, Car Alarms, Mobile Phones, I-Drive
    Hi all, Just joined the forum, have read a few threads about carphones in the older E38 so thought I'd share my experience. In order to use the in built carphones you need to have a simcard in the original card it is supplied in. There are two slots to insert the card one under the handset in...
  4. BMW 7 Series - Tech Talk For All Gen Of 7 Series
    Hi all, I recently purchased an e38 750i with integrated car phone - normally referred to as "the brick" right? In true Gordon Gecko '80's fashion I'm trying to get this to work with an O2 SIM card. Now my first hurdle is that neither the phone itself "lights-up" or, the Telephone...
  5. BMW 7 Series - Tech Talk For All Gen Of 7 Series
    Hi need to unlock the Motorola car phone in my 96 e38 728 so that it will be open to all sim cards, can this be done by putting codes into the handset. many thanks
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