Question about Car Audio Receivers
Bought a 92 bmw 325is from friend and need a radio code for this obsolete
radio not worth a damn thing except to the owner of the car
I took my car to the local BMW dealer. The service manager pulled the radio out of the dash and got the serial number. He entered the radio make and serial number into his system and gave me the code. No charge.
Posted on May 03, 2009
I have a 1987 BMW 325iC. The radio code was in a radio manual. It says right in the manual that if you don't write the code down, the radio is worthless without it. My battery died and I had to put the code into the radio. It started working again. That is why I wrote the code down everywhere I could think. I am going to engrave it into the front of the radio.
If you don't have the 5 digit number anywhere around the car, or in it's paperwork, you are SOL!
Posted on Feb 02, 2008
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