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Old 06-27-2004, 03:04 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hey whats up, im new to the forum so i figured i'd start off by posting some pics of my setup (as its the only thing i have done to my car so far). i just bought this car about a month ago, so haven't had alot of time to work on it yet. its a '98 318is.

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alpine cda-9811 hu

it hits pretty good, and the overall sound quality is great thanks to the stock h/k setup.
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damn. so much using the trunk.

My goal is to finish my new box today and install it.

Also, why doesn't it have the didgital climate contol?
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Old 06-27-2004, 12:58 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Probably because its a 318is.... I'm not sure if they came with the digit climate control or not... I dont think so though... I'll check one of my friends....
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actually theres alot more trunk space than it seems...i just pulled the box out for a better shot.
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setup looks good.. I got the same HU
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Old 06-27-2004, 05:40 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Probably because its a 318is.... I'm not sure if they came with the digit climate control or not... I dont think so though... I'll check one of my friends....
digital was standard circa 1996, regardless of trim.
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A lota subz there guy. Too much for me, but rock on And that's a HUUUUUGE amp Man! (says Tiny "E")

I don't think the digital climate control was ever standard on the 318. Only the 325. And if at some point his digital died (which they are prone to do) it was probably replaced with an analog unit...
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I'm 99% sure it was standard on all models. Even if it died, it would cost more to convert to analog than replace the digital one.

I shall go research this issue now and make sure that 1% isn't an issue.
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see? this 97 even has digi climate.

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I dont know. I have heard that the digi climate is rediculously expensive to repair or replace. But honestly, I am not very knowledgeable on the subject matter...
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Can you install digi climate control in a 93?
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not cost-effectively.
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Not only that, but the analog is unit is a lot more reliable. My mechanic told me specifically (when lookin for my last whip) to buy an e36 with the analog climate control because the digi wasn't reliable and expensive to fix.
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