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Old 12-19-2003, 07:08 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello,

I have a JVC 12 disc CD changer I took out of my old car, is it possible I can add this to the BMW 325i without changing any wiring?

Or if I have to change the wiring, what type would I get? :wrench

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yes it is, you may need to get a modulator and someone to wire it in properly , how professional do you want it done? or are you gonna do it yourself?


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Well, it depends on how difficult the installation is. First choice is to do it myself. The JVC CD changer originally had a modulator go through a radio station on my radio. So my questions are:

Is a hard installation?

Does it void warranty on radio?

Any help appreciated...

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it wont void the warranty, and installation is not hard at all. All you need to do is find a power source to tap into and secure the changer and set up the modulator.
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