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Remanufactured BMW Business CD

I recently had my Business CD stereo in my 2004 X3 replaced (on warrantee) because the cd player kept holding on to the cds. The replacement they put in is a RMFD part number (Remanufactured BMW Business CD). It stereo sounds very different from the original one but looks almost the same.. Now I don't even know if this is ipod ready. 
I have a part number but no manual and the part number on the dealership paper work doesn't really correspond to other BMW Business CD numbers. How can I find out what model (and year) stereo they put in my car. Thanks for any help.

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As with all electronics... anything can happen (even unexplained). There are two things to think abou tin this expensive experience.

  1. 1.CD's are made of plastic and metal... excessive temperature can cause them to warp, but not as bad as the old vinyl.
  2. Mosy electronics have an acceptable operating temperature. Although the unit may work outside these limits, it is not recommended. ex:My Sony DVD R/W has a range of about 40-95 F. Being in Houston I am sure the upper limit is reached OUTSIDE the car. Inside you are probably pushing 120+.
It may not be convenient but if you have to leave discs in the car, try putting them in a case in the trunk, out of direct sunlight. And let things cool down inside the car before trying the CD player.

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