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Basic Bluetooth hands-free kit retrofit BMW X1 (E84) before 09/2010

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BMW Installation Instructions

Retrofit kit no. 84 64 0 441 949 Bluetooth hands-free kit

Installation time

The installation time is approx. 1.5 hours. This may vary depending on the condition of the car and the equipment in it.

The installation time does not include any time for programming/encoding, as this depends on the age of the car and the equipment in it.

Important information

These installation instructions are primarily designed for use within the BMW dealership organisation and by authorised BMW service companies.

In any event, the target group for these installation instructions is specialist personnel trained on BMW cars with the appropriate specialist knowledge.

All work must be completed using the latest BMW repair manuals, wiring diagrams, servicing manuals and work instructions in a rational order using the prescribed tools (special tools) and observing current health and safety regulations.

In the event of any installation or function problems, restrict the troubleshooting session to about 0.5 hours for mechanical work or 1.0 hour for electrical work.

In order to reduce costs and avoid any additional expense, send a query immediately to the Technical Parts Support via the Aftersales Assistance Portal (ASAP).

Specify the following information:

  • Chassis number
  • Part number of the retrofit kit
  • A precise description of the problem
  • Work steps already carried out

Do not archive the hard copy of these installation instructions since daily updates are made by ASAP!

Installation information

When routing fibre optic cables, make sure the bending radius is no less than 25 mm. Refer to the instructions for handling fibre optic cables according to ISTA 61 00 …

Ensure that the cables and/or lines are not kinked or damaged as you install them in the car. The costs thereby incurred will not be reimbursed by BMW AG.

Additional cables/lines that you install must be secured with cable ties L.

If the specified PIN chambers are occupied, bridges, double crimps or twin-lead terminals must be used.

All pictures show LHD cars; proceed accordingly on RHD cars.

After the installation work the retrofit must be programmed / coded using ISSS (Integrated Software Service Station) via the Retrofit path.

Ordering instructions

The following parts are not supplied in the retrofit kit and must be ordered separately (see EPC for part number and details).

– Universal charger and hands-free unit (ULF) D – ULF holder E

List of special equipment

The following special equipment must be taken into consideration when installing the retrofit kit:

SA 606 Business navigation system
SA 609 Professional navigation system
SA 663 BMW Professional radio
SA 6FL USB/audio interface
SA 620 Voice input system

Special tools required

00 9 310, Installation wedges

Table of contents

Section

1. Parts list
2. Preparatory work
3. Connection diagram
4. Installation and cabling diagram
5. Installing and connecting the ULF control unit
6. Installing and connecting the cable kit
7. Installing and connecting the Bluetooth aerial
8. Installing and connecting the hands-free microphone
9. Concluding work and encoding
10. Circuit diagram

1.Parts list

Legend

A Cable kit
B Bluetooth aerial
C Hands-free microphone
D ULF control unit (not supplied in the retrofit kit)
E ULF holder (not supplied with the retrofit kit)
F Trim for hands-free microphone (not required)
G Oval-head self-tapping screw ST4, 2 x 13 mm (x 2, not required)
H Hexagonal screw M5 x 20 mm (x 4)
I Hexagonal nut M5 (x 4)
J 4-pin socket casing, SW
K Adhesive strips (80 x 15 mm)
L Cable ties (x 10)
M Template (not required)
N Bluetooth aerial connecting cable
O Adapter cable (not required)
P Installation frame (not required)

2.Preparatory work

ISTA no.
Conduct a brief test
Disconnect negative pole of battery 12 00 …
The following components must be removed first of all
Pedal trim 51 45 185
Trim at the bottom left of the dashboard 51 45 180
Radio receiver 65 83 010
Lower the A pillar trim on the left 51 43 148
Roof function centre/front interior light

3.Connection diagram

Item Designation Signal Cable colour/

Crosssection

Connection location in the car Abbreviation/ Slot
A Cable kit
A1 Socket contact Terminal

30

RT/GN

2.5 mm2

Cars without universal charger and hands-free unit already fitted only

On radio receiver

Cars with universal charger and hands-free unit already fitted only

Tie back, not required

X13812

PIN 15

A2 Socket contact Terminal

31

BR

2.5 mm2

Cars without universal charger and hands-free unit already fitted only

On radio receiver

Cars with universal charger and hands-free unit already fitted only

Tie back, not required

X13812 PIN 12

A3 4-pin plug casing SW Cars without universal charger and hands-free unit already fitted only

To socket casing J

Cars with universal charger and hands-free unit already fitted only

Tie back, not required

A4 Fibre optic cable MOST OR Cars without universal charger and hands-free unit already fitted only

On radio receiver

Cars with universal charger and hands-free unit already fitted only

Tie back, not required

X13815 PIN 2

A5 Fibre optic cable connector MOST GN Cars without universal charger and hands-free unit already fitted only

On disconnected fibre optic cable of radio receiver

Cars with universal charger and hands-free unit already fitted only

Tie back, not required

A6 SW 2-pin fibre optic cable casing MOST Cars without universal charger and hands-free unit already fitted only To ULF control unit D

Cars with universal charger and hands-free unit already fitted only

Tie back, not required

X14134

 

Item Designation Signal Cable colour/

Crosssection

Connection location in the car Abbreviation/ Slot
A7 GN 54-pin socket casing Cars without universal charger and hands-free unit already fitted only To ULF control unit D

Cars with universal charger and hands-free unit already fitted only

Connect disconnected cables to ULF control unit

X14133

X14133

A8 3-pin socket casing, SW Mic To hands-free microphone C X3564
N Bluetooth aerial connecting cable
N1 Fakra socket casing, GN BT Ant To ULF control unit D X14081
N2 Fakra socket casing, GN BT Ant To Bluetooth aerial B X14080

4.Installation and cabling diagram

Legend

A Cable kit
B Bluetooth aerial
C Hands-free microphone
D ULF control unit
N Bluetooth aerial connecting cable
1 Radio receiver

5.Installing and connecting the ULF control unit

Use hexagonal screws H and hexagonal nuts I to secure ULF control unit D to ULF holder E.

Remove existing speed nut (1) and push onto hole (2) of the ULF holder E.

Secure the ULF holder E with screw (1) of the CAS control unit.

Attach ULF holder E with hexagonal screw H and hexagonal nut I to dashboard support.

When routing fibre optic cables, make sure the bending radius is no less than 25 mm.

Connect the following branches to ULF control unit D:

Branch A6 (SW 2-pin fibre optic cable casing)

Branch A7 (54-pin GN socket casing)

Branch A2 (GN Fakra socket casing)

Secure Bluetooth aerial connecting cable N with cable tie L to the holder E.

Lay branches A1–A5 to the installation site of the radio

6.Installing and connecting the cable kit

Ensure that wiring harness A is routed and secured behind the head airbag.

Route branch A8 (SW 3-pin socket casing) up left A pillar over the lowered headlining to the opening of the roof Fix cable harness A with cable tie L to left A-pillar.

Disconnect cables from plug X13812 (16-pin SW) of the radio receiver and connect to socket casing J as follows:

RT/GN cable from PIN 15 to socket casing J PIN 1

BR cable from PIN 12 to socket casing J PIN 2

Connect branches A1 and A2 to plug X13812 as follows:

Branch A1, RT cable, to PIN 15

Branch A2, BR cable, to PIN 12

Connect branch A3 to socket casing J.

When routing fibre optic cables, make sure the bending radius is no less than 25 mm.

Unclip fibre optic cable casing X13815 (SW 2-pin) from plug X13812 (SW 16-pin) of the radio receiver.

Disconnect the outgoing fibre optic cable from fibre optic cable casing X13815 PIN 2 and connect branch A4, OR cable.

Clip fibre optic cable casing X13815 into plug X13812.

Unlock the fibre optic cable connector (1) of branch A5 and connect the disconnected fibre optic cable (2).

Connect plug X13812 (SW 16-pin) to radio receiver.

7.Installing and connecting the Bluetooth aerial

Cut the adhesive strips K into two 40 mm-long pieces.

Remove the brown protective film from both pieces of adhesive strip and stick them to the metal side of the Bluetooth aerial B.

Remove white protective film and attach Bluetooth aerial B to dashboard support.

Connect branch N2 to the Bluetooth antenna B.

8.Installing and connecting the hands-free microphone

The arrow on hands-free microphone C must point to the front of the car after it has been installed.

Clip hands-free microphone C into the trim (1).

Connect branch A9 (3-pin socket casing SW) to the hands-free microphone C.

9.Concluding work and coding

The retrofit system requires coding.

  • Connect the battery
  • Encode the retrofit with ISSS (integrated software service station) via the Retrofit path
  • Conduct a brief test
  • Re-fit the car components as required

10.Circuit diagram

Cable colours

BL Blue RT Red
BR Brown SW Black
GE Yellow VI Violet
GN Green WS White
OR Orange

Legend

A1* Socket contact
A2* Socket contact
A3* 4-pin plug casing SW
A4* OR fibre optic cable, in fibre optic cable casing SW 2-pin X13815
A5* Fibre optic cable connector
A6* SW 2-pin fibre optic cable casing X14134
A7* GN 54-pin socket casing X14133
A8* Fakra socket casing GN X14081
A9* 3-pin socket casing SW X3564
A10* Fakra socket casing SW X14080
B402/C* Hands-free microphone
J* 4-pin socket casing, SW
N1 Fakra socket casing GN X14081
N2 Fakra socket casing GN X14080
U400/D* ULF control unit
W18/B* Bluetooth aerial
X13012 Radio receiver plug, SW 16-pin
X13815 SW 2-pin fibre-optic cable socket casing

All the designations marked with an asterisk (*) apply only to these installation instructions or this circuit diagram.

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