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Bmw radio code for 1993 325 i

I tried thre time but had wrong code i have right one now what should do? I unhooked battery for few seconds then put back but still did not work? The code on the radio still is showing. I was told take off negative on battery for 24hrs does tha sound correct ? If not what should i do please help?

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Unhooking your battery is not good on your computer mostly bmw because of all the components in your system are computer control so unhooking your battery is not a good idea..anyways you might check your owners manual it should have code..

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