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Fitting a car cd player.

I WANT TO FIT A CD PLAYER IN MY CAR BUT THE CONNECTORS ARE DIFFERENT. MY CAR IS A BMW 318is N REG 1995.

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If you want to get this fixed you will need to replace the wiring harness which means stripping out the entire interior of your car, i.e seats, carpet, door panel. or you can live with the single CD which works.

If my answer has solved your problem, please rate me on fixya.

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