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Just enter the last 7 digits of your VIN number, mine for example starts with T and is followed by 6 numbers. It can only be done once your car is built.
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Thanks. It doesn't work, maybe it takes a while before they're updated.

Picking up the car today so will see it for real.

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So have you got it working then?
One strange thing I noticed is this :
S698A Area-Code 2 for DVD
I don't have a DVD player as far as I know..........
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Indeed it does according to posts on this forum, although not when te vehicle is moving, for safety reasons.
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Just enter the last 7 digits of your VIN number, mine for example starts with T and is followed by 6 numbers. It can only be done once your car is built.
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This VIN check is fun... you can see the specifications that other people have chosen and, of course, check your own!

http://www.bmwarchive.org/vin/bmw-vin-decoder.html

My car was built on June 12th and I should have it next week.

Looking at the VIN numbers either side of mine, they obviously build batches of cars in the same colour... but this was not obvious when I took the factory tour a couple of weeks ago.

I wonder if the widely varying delay times that people are experiencing is due, in part, to the way they are building cars in colour batches?

My Cooper D was due to be delivered in early May (before the engine issues)... not long to wait now.
 
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