Question about 1995 BMW 3 Series
You probably need the special 5-sided tool to loosen the two screws under the little doors on either side of the faceplate to pull out the radio. Try other tools, but if the screws are really tight, you need the proper tool, which you can buy on line.
Slide out the radio, read the serial number, and give it to the service writer at a BMW dealer. If they want to charge you money to look up the code, try another dealer.
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: code for radio 1995 bmw 5 series
You need to pull the radio out and get the seriel number off of the radio itself. They were not very reliable to begin with and most had been replaced over the years under warranty. That's why you pull the number from the radio and not the car. You can then take proof of car ownership (insurance card, title, etc) to your local dealer and they can get it for you.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
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