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#1 (permalink) Old 06-05-2004, 03:05 PM
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i am trying to install a "bmw cd changer A" (6 cd) into my 318ci year 2000.

I have stripped the left boot panel and found the cables but they do not fit my changer which has a large white connection and round black connection.

The car which is pre wired has two small black square connections.

Can anyone help?
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sounds like you have the wrong changer. where did you buy this one?

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i bought it off a friend.

is there anyway in which i can check if it is the right model or can i get an adaptor. are there pictures of the different connections anywhere or good installation instructions which i can compare my player to, and identify it?
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I'm relatively sure the proper Changer for that car would be part #82-11-1-469-404. Cross-reference this with the one you have...

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