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| Originally posted by da_bull@May 31 2005, 04:23 AM |
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I was thinking there is a "mode" button. Its been too long since I've looked at my factory radio. If your eject button doesnt work (with the key on), make sure there is a cartridge in there, as it wont do anything unless you have one. Oh, another thing, make sure the cd changer says BMW on it and not some other brand, I've seen weirder things happen. Hope this helps....
| Originally posted by da_bull@Jun 1 2005, 04:33 AM |
I cant remember if my factory cd changer had this, but almost every aftermarket cd changer has a reset button. Its usually right next to the eject button, in the form of a little button accessed by an unfolded paper clip. It should slide in there about 1/4" and you will feel it. when pressed it should have the same "click" as the eject button. Hold that for 3-4 seconds and you should hear something happening. This resets the microprocessor (Ctrl-Alt-Del'ing) and should set everything back to factory settings in the changer. Give this a try. If that doesnt make everything ok, you may have a bad changer.
On a side note, do you know if he had an aftermarket radio in there? In returning the factory radio, he may have forgotten to plug the changer back in.
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