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Old 12-17-2004, 09:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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SO I have a 1995 320ia

I use to have the cd changer - part number: 82 11 1 468 014

and it broke, so I had one of those shitty FM ones installed (years ago) and now I want to rip it out and install a factory cd changer again.

I have some questions tho, because I'm not sure if they changed anything with the install of the shitty fm changer

how many pin connector is it for the factory changer? and the power one

because I looked at the wires in my trunk, and the one going into my current changer was a 13 pin, and the power cord (i think it was power, the white one? was 2 pin)

I was under the impression that it was 14 and 3 pin

so im worried that if i get a factory one it won't be a straight easy install

any help?
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Your aftermarket changer should be using a completely different DIN cable(the one that came with it). Your old oem DIN cable should still be there, and awaiting a factory changer.
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