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BMW Owners manual. 1998 BMW 318i 4DR E36 BMW
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BMW 323is 2DR E36 ...data.bmrparts.com/bmwparts/1610.html have just checked this site out and the have a manual for yr bmw - hope this will help-
hold the m button with the radio on it will display the serial # of the radio. call a bmw dealer and tell them you need a radio code looked up. tell them the serial number and they'll give you the code
you will have to pull the radio out of your vehicle and get the serial number off of it. bmw keeps a record of old radio codes. if you take your vehicle to the dealership usually they will retrieve radio codes for free. And even pull the radio out to get the serial number.
If the radio is displaying code wait, or wait, then the ignition and radio must remain on for 1hour. I would contact a dealer within the USA and provide them with your radio serial number. The serial number can be displayed in the radio by pressing and holding down the "M" button while turning on the ignition.
It will be with your owners documentation packet that includes the operating manual on a card in the radio guide booklet ( I just leave one in the glove compartment. The bimmer comes with two plastic cards displaying the radio unlock code for your radio. If you don't have or can't find the code in the radio booklet/packet, then you can get the code with your VIN (vehicle identification number) through a BMW dealership or a BMW Technician with access to the list. There are even Members of BMW forums that will provide your code via the VIN, but either way this will only work for the original radio (hopefully yours hasn't been replaced). I bought a replacement radio for my 750 and I wrote the code down in several locations and I suggest you do the same when you get yours, as it's no fun guessing at it as you get three tries and have to leave the radio sit without power for over an hour before it will let you enter another code again and there are 1.000 possible codes. Good luck.