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      05-22-2018, 11:16 PM   #1
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FS: 2018 M3 Heated Steering Wheel, Cover, Button, Module - Full Retrofit Kit

Hello,

Up for sale is a complete "option 248" retrofit kit for a F3X or F8X. This was taken out of my 2018 M3 shortly after the 1200 mile service. All parts are in fantastic condition, feel free to reach out if you have any questions.

Asking $950 shipped or $900 for local pickup in SF Bay Area. Best offers welcome!

Parts Included:

M-Sport Trim Cover

32307846029

M-Sport Steering Wheel, Leather
32307847607

M-Sport Steering Wheel Connecting Line for Option 248
32307848331

Trim panel, Steering column, Bottom
61316823468

Steering Wheel Heating Pushbutton
61319384363

Steering Wheel Heating Control Unit
61317848638


Photos are coming up shortly! Thanks.
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      05-22-2018, 11:45 PM   #2
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Photos are available here:

https://www.icloud.com/sharedalbum/#B0VGY8gBYGVB1Fe
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      06-01-2018, 02:18 AM   #3
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Where does the button go? Wouldn't we need a new steering column shroud to take the button?

EDIT Oh sorry, I didn't see that the part was included. My bad.
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Where does the button go? Wouldn't we need a new steering column shroud to take the button?

EDIT Oh sorry, I didn't see that the part was included. My bad.
No worries. Let me know if you have any other questions.

Offers welcome!
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      06-05-2018, 07:12 PM   #5
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Would you say this is a pretty easy retrofit? I was reading through the thread that talks about it but have not yet encountered how to remove the column (just started reading through after seeing this post)
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Would you say this is a pretty easy retrofit? I was reading through the thread that talks about it but have not yet encountered how to remove the column (just started reading through after seeing this post)
Very easy. It's held together tightly by a series of clips, but there are no screws. Use a trim tool, pick, or small screwdriver to help separate the pieces. Start from the very back until you get to the steering wheel itself. Take your time and take care, this is not the place to break a clip. The top piece releases upwards first. Push it back and rest it on the column, it will stay there until reassembly. The bottom piece separates by gently pushing two clips outward from the top.

PM me for more details. I also have some reference photos from ISTA if you need them.
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Bump for offers!
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Bump! Price Drop
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Hi Netinvader,
hope i can pick your brain, the black and brown wires from the steering heater pad is a 2 pin connector, the control module has a 4 pin connector, how do these connect ?
thanks
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Hi there, it also has a 2 pin connector on the bottom --that plugs into the steering heater pad.

PM if you have any additional questions.

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Hi Netinvader,
hope i can pick your brain, the black and brown wires from the steering heater pad is a 2 pin connector, the control module has a 4 pin connector, how do these connect ?
thanks
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      07-29-2018, 11:24 AM   #11
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Thanks for the info, think i was looking at the wrong steering wheel, it has the hands on detection which is 2 wire connection.
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