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Old 01-20-2005, 09:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I just sold my OEM CD CHANGER (out of my 95 325) to someone and I need help uninstalling it. I told him I'd send him all the neccessary hardware to install it. Anyone have a link to a DIY? or can someone exlplain it to me?

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Unless you've got one in dash, it should just be unscrewing and unplugging.
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There's a long black cord that wraps either around or through my amplifier in the trunk and I can't figure out how to pull it out. It's attached to the cd changer and cannot be unplugged so I think I have to find out where it goes and remove it with the cd changer. I just cant figure it out.
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i removed mine two weeks ago from a 95 325 IS and the data cable, the black one (i-Bus) has on part (about a foot away from the cd changer) where you can split it from the cable that goes to the amp and then to the back of the radio (in the lower part of the plug mine was blue) the support bracket has two front screws that you will need to remove to unscrew the cd changer and then unplug it (audio and electrical)...

http://www.circlebmw.com/service/access/0004616.htm

http://home.earthlink.net/~frankie66...diy_audio.html

To remove the all data cable i am not sure i haven't done it ...
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Originally posted by bimmer_boy@Jan 25 2005, 03:40 PM
There's a long black cord that wraps either around or through my amplifier in the trunk and I can't figure out how to pull it out. It's attached to the cd changer and cannot be unplugged so I think I have to find out where it goes and remove it with the cd changer. I just cant figure it out.
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I believe on your car that cord goes back about 3-4 feet and there will be the common BMW plug you can remove from there. If not it goes all the way up to the dash, which that one is kind of a pain. If the plug is not in the trunk somewhere, its the time-consuming one. Hope that helps...
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