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Old 03-13-2014, 08:26 PM
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Default F11 6FL cheap retrofit part numbers needed

I have a F11 2010 which only has the AUX option in the armrest.

Thus I want to retrofit the USB in the armrest (6FL) to connect my usb sticks and directly listen to music instead of copying it each time to internal HDD.

From what I understood here ([Only for registered users... ]) and the wiring diagram [Only for registered users... ], I need to retrofit the 6FL option which includes a cable from the combox to the armrest and do some coding. Problem is I don't want to pay 150 for the cable. I actually do not need aux at all, just USB.

My idea is to get a 4-pin connector to connect 4 wires to the combox and solder a USB port on that and keep it in near the combox.

Please help me with the part numbers of the
4-PIN connector for Combox-USB connection.

By the way, which of the BMW tools do i need to figure out such part numbers by myself?

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