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Old 01-20-2009, 12:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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98 323is amp part nubmer?

does anyone know what he part number for the amp is in a 98 323is is? Or what would be a good (cheap) replacement? I think mine in gone, replaced the head unit, still have the same problem. Radio comes on when it wants too, and front speakers sound like crap.

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I found it....65.12-8366472.

Anyone know where I can get a cheap replacement?
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Honestly, I'd go aftermarket. The factory amps really only put out 10-20w per channel, and any decent aftermarket radio will do that if not more. Plus then you'll get features like ipod inputs, mp3 compatibility, warranty, and all in a neat package. Hope that helps...
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Thanks da bull, any recommendations? We might be selling it soon, I want the radio to work correctly.
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Would a 2000 BMW Z3 M Coupe with a Harmon Kardon Stereo System amp part number 65 12 8 400 292 work?

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I'm not 100% sure on the differences, but I am thinking the HK powers 5 pairs of speakers, where yours does 4 pairs. I dont know if they are compatible or not.
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