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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 displays code or wait, then you have to make sure the ignition stays on for 1 hour before trying to enter the code. It is also possible the dealer gave you the wrong code. BMW had 3 different makers of radios back then. Blaupunkt, Pioneer, and Alpine. Make sure they checked which maker of your radio was.
Hello, The only way I know of to get a radio code is from BMW itself. If you call your nearest BMW dealer and supply them with all the info they need, they can get it from BMW. You may be required to make available your registration and ID for them to process this. I hope this helps. CYA, Gator241