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#1 (permalink) Old 03-04-2004, 12:44 AM
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Well, I've had my 2003 320i (I'm in Canada) for less than 24 hours, am loving it! Wish I could afford a 330. Next time around. Anyway, in my 4Runner, there is a convenient compartment above the rear-view mirror where I keep a garage opener. Great idea. I havn't found a neat place to stick my Stanley opener in the Beemer... other than the conventional method of clipping it over the visor. Would appreciate ideas from the forum.

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what's a 320i? (don't you mean 323i?) My 330 doesn't have too many storage spaces but it's not really meant to do that, know what i mean. Anyway, you can try that little compartment under the CD player if it fits there.

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The 320i model is available in Canada but not the US. It is the base 3 series model here. It has 160 hp I think, and a few less features come standard on it.

I'm still trying to figure out the remote location on my 325i. right now it is clipped to the side of the console in the cup holder. BMW has the add in remote unit also, but it ain't cheap and I am.
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Hi, WestEast --

If it totally bugs you, get the BMW Universal Transceiver --

http://www.circlebmw.com/parts/access/transmitter.htm

Although it's a little expensive, you can install it yourself and not have the remote control clutter.

Good luck!
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