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      11-26-2012, 01:58 PM   #16
PrecisionP
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Originally Posted by nybimmerfan View Post
The cloth binder that came with my M5 had 4 booklet items in it:
- THE BMW M5 SEDAN QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
- THE BMW M5 SEDAN OWNER'S MANUAL
- NAVIGATION, ENTERTAINMENT, COMMUNICATION OWNER'S MANUAL
- License Texts and Certifications - Bluetooth

Hope that helps.
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Originally Posted by Used2be View Post
Thank you both, Stealth and nybimmer, for your input. I will just wait for the car to arrive to read about the Nav, entertainment, and communication settings on the M5. Unlike the Owner's Manual, I guess BMW doesn't want to put that out as a .pdf file.
This is the same set of manuals for the M6. The "NAVIGATION, ENTERTAINMENT, COMMUNICATION OWNER'S MANUAL" is a universal book based off of "all" the available nav options. With you having to key on things that pertain to your vehicle. The one that came with my M6 is VI/12, 07 12 490. Ofcourse the version that came with the 2012 M5's will be slightly different/updated since you guys have the new system already. My guess is that they will probably make a digital version one, once the new system is rolled out across all the models.

And to answer the main question, yes it is very detailed option by option what all the settings/symbols/commands mean. About 120 pages or so.
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