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      03-07-2011, 03:31 PM   #1
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Thumbs up -= 100% OEM PDC Retrofit kit =-

The rear PDC kit I am offering includes all parts required to retrofit the rear PDC in any 3-series BMW.
Everything is 100% OEM, but to keep the price at the acceptable level the PDC module and sensors are used and all other parts are brand new.

The kit includes the following parts:
- PDC module
- ECU box for PDC module (optional)
- PDC sensors and holders (4 pcs)
- all wirings and connectors
- other minor parts
- BMW installation instructions
- full coding

The installation instructions explain the whole process in details, but here are the most important steps:
- remove the rear bumper
- drill holes for the sensors (you can find marks where to drill on the back of the bumper)
- paint the sensors
- use the OEM parts included in my kit to install the sensors (each sensor has a holder which you just attach to the bumper with the OEM adhesive tape)
- install the wiring: one goes from the sensors to the PDC module in the trunk and the other goes from the Junction Box module behind the glove box to the PDC module

You do not have to change your rear bumper to retrofit the rear PDC.

After the installation I will remotely code your car to enable PDC.
The sensors installed in your non-PDC rear bumper will flush with the bumper giving you the OEM look.

Price: $750 shipped



The below picture shows an obstacle detected by the front PDC.
The rear PDC will work the same way.
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      03-07-2011, 03:44 PM   #2
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How about a front retro kit for the folks that already have rear PDC?
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      03-07-2011, 04:17 PM   #3
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How about a front retro kit for the folks that already have rear PDC?
I can also offer the front PDC retrofit.
The cost will be a bit higher because of the button that has to be added on the dashboard to turn the front PDC on/off.
The PDC module you have will have to be changed with the one on the picture that supports both front and rear PDC.
You can then sell the old module.

Just drop me an email with your VIN at info@modyfikacjebmw.pl
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      04-03-2011, 10:55 AM   #4
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Hello, I have two questions for you:

1) Do i need to drill holes in my rear bumper for this retrofit kit?

2) I have a 2009 E90. How much do you charge to update my CIC with the latest navigation software
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      04-20-2011, 04:40 AM   #5
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Hello, I have two questions for you:

1) Do i need to drill holes in my rear bumper for this retrofit kit?

2) I have a 2009 E90. How much do you charge to update my CIC with the latest navigation software
Yes, you have to drill the holes or you can buy a new bumper, which will have the holes for the PDC.

The cost of the CIC update depends on your location. Please send me a PM or an email to discuss it.
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      05-11-2011, 01:23 AM   #6
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Hi, I can get the module (front/rear) pdc, sensors, center panel...but not the cabels...

what else i am missing? how for the missing things? thank you

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Patryk I sent you an email. Can you also provide asistance and coding for OEM Backup Camera Retrofit Kit?
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      11-14-2011, 08:52 AM   #8
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I got one question about PDC module.
Are there a separate module for front and for the rear sensors, or it is the only one module connecting both front and rear sensors?

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      11-14-2011, 08:56 AM   #9
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I got one question about PDC module.
Are there a separate module for front and for the rear sensors, or it is the only one module connecting both front and rear sensors?

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There are two versions of the PDC module. One that works for the rear PDC only and the other that supports both front and rear.
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Which version is the PDC module in your offer?
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Which version is the PDC module in your offer?

We can offer you any version you need.
Please send us an email with your VIN and we shall find the one that fits your car.
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Thanks for reply, but I already retrofited my car
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I sent you a PM, very interested in this.
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This may help when you gather all the parts

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Wanted to bump this up as I think you are still missing the control panel part needed as well. Could you please confirm that. I already received my unit from you and wanted to make sure there was not any more parts needed!
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Wanted to bump this up as I think you are still missing the control panel part needed as well. Could you please confirm that. I already received my unit from you and wanted to make sure there was not any more parts needed!
Control Panel is needed only if you are doing a Front or Full PDC retrofit. If its rear only then no panel required.
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Control Panel is needed only if you are doing a Front or Full PDC retrofit. If its rear only then no panel required.
Good to know!
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