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      06-08-2008, 05:43 PM   #1
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wires in trunk?

if you remove the panel on the floor of the trunk there are some wires there wrapped up in some sort of black material. anyone know what those wires are there for or whats their use?
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      06-08-2008, 07:49 PM   #2
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Depends on where they are. Could be for Bluetooth if you don't have that, could be for Sirius (ditto)... snap a pic?
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ill see if i can get one up tomorrow morning
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wires in trunk pics! What are they for?

I was looking in my trunk and noticed these wires wrapped in a black cloth with velcro....can anyone help me figure out what they are for? I want to add a subwoofer to my 328i.
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That is the wiring for Sirius Satellite Radio unit
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BTW, I may have a radio for that if you are interested.
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is it easy to install? I already a radio, integrated navigation (Idrive).
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you can email me at xmrivera@gmail.com

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Not it isn't difficult. There is a great write up in this forum for retrofiting Sirius with step by step instructions.
I will probably sell it for around 300 but not quite yet. I am waiting on clarification on the compatability of the unit.
The large 2 prong black node is the wiring for the fiber optic MOST system. The pink one is the antenna and the small black connector is for the fan for the unit.
I'll let you know.
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