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I would seek this advice from a radio fitting specialist as fitting anything into a car's electronics can cause big problems . There are many people who contact us with complaints after DIY radios and each one relates to incompatibility with the CPU in the car.
elctrionics and water dont mix u need new radio
u might get lucky and be able to take radio out and blow compressed air into the vents of the radio in attemt to dry it out and make it work have 50/50 chance that work
Some of the factory and aftermarket radios have a fuse in the rear of the unit. You will need to remove the radio from the dash to check it. It will have a spade type fuse in it. If it is bad the radio will not work.
Had the same problem with my '03 330xi. Navigation worked fine but radio and CD did not work at all. I opened the fuse box located in the glove compartment to check the three fuses associated with the navigation system and radio. #7, #39, and #41. All three fuses were intact so I put them back in. I then put the key into the ignition, turned it to position 2 and miraculously the radio came to life. I guess it acted as some type of reset?