Question about OEM Systems Car Audio & Video
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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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Jensen car stereo
just turn the changer on, make sure it is playing a disk, (and you know whats playing) the press the scan function on your radio til it picks up that signal and lock it in.
Posted on May 24, 2008
As with all electronics... anything can happen (even unexplained). There are two things to think abou tin this expensive experience.
I have not seen this before but like I said, anything is possible.
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
Get in touch with the dealer. You may need to go there. If so, bring your title, registration, and photo ID to prove you're who you say you are, and the car is yours. They can look up the code for your car based on its VIN number. They may charge you though, up to an hour's labor, so be prepared.
Posted on Aug 02, 2008
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A malfunctioning stereo may least allow feature buttons to perform extractions of CDs. Depending on how the stereo was installed, the car would have to be powered on to attain stereo functionalities. Second, CDs have to be inserted with the readable media side facing the appropriate lenses to achieve results. A wrong insertion of the CD into stereo compartment may require forceful extraction. Observe the type of stereo to ascertain CD extraction also known as reset buttons. Usually a tiny area, the reset button allows inserting an object that forces the car stereo to eject stuck disks. Every mean to eject stereo disk have to be performed while the car is turned on to utilize the source of power. An unsuccessful attempt to dislodge CDs in stereo compartments would require auto electrician's consultation. An unsuccessful dislodge attempt usually requires acquiring a new stereo in replacement of the malfunction.
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