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Old 01-03-2013, 03:46 PM   #1
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E46 Pairing Button Link "P/N: 84 13 0 302 715" (Bluetooth OEM System)

Hello, folks:

As most of you may have learned when trying to attempt to retrofit your E46 for the OEM Bluetooth system, some of the parts to do so are not available for purchase. The most elusive of these parts is the Bluetooth Pairing Button. NO ONE has these little PITA button available in the states.

I began reading post(s) which demonstrated an 'alternative' to buying the pairing button, but I thought to myself, "won't that look ugly in my E46 M3?" Long story short, I didn't give up looking for the part.

By sheer luck I came across an eBay listing in Germany which has this part available to buy. When it was all said and done, I ended up paying $31. It's in transit now, but I can imagine that this is the answer to anyone who has given up in finding P/N: 84 13 0 302 715

Anyway, here is the link to an active listing for the same product:

If you are reading this thread years from now and it has expired, try looking at this seller's store: autoscheich_de

I don't know if this has been covered or not in a previous thread, but I thought I would throw this up there for anyone who is considering doing the OEM Bluetooth Install in their E46

For a complete list of parts for the install view this link:

The installation kit as a whole no longer exists. You can buy ALL of the parts listed on there except for the manual/booklet, cutout template and other misc. non-essential parts.

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