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      12-06-2005, 03:31 AM   #1
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How to remove the radio (no Idrive)

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because i want to check whether a cable I received from parrot (for my bluetooth carkit) is the right one, I would like to remove my radio/cd. Anyone knows how to do that? I've read about removing the trim on the dashboard, but my radio is below the matt grey trim.
I drive a 320d with no idrive and standard business cd radio.

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      12-06-2005, 08:44 AM   #2
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Hi,

because i want to check whether a cable I received from parrot (for my bluetooth carkit) is the right one, I would like to remove my radio/cd. Anyone knows how to do that? I've read about removing the trim on the dashboard, but my radio is below the matt grey trim.
I drive a 320d with no idrive and standard business cd radio.

Thanks,
Maurice.
SEARCH. Itīs been discussed at least 3 times on this board alone.
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Is it a good idea to try something so risky? Can you not speak to the dealer and ask for a definitive answer? I personally would not be doing anything like that to my car. However, if you are in fact technically competent, I wish you well.

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Thanks, i found instructions here: http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=8215

I tried searching the forum before, but couldn't find this info.
As for why not having the dealer do this: they already tried, but told me the parrot could not be connected. I found out that another e90 driver however has exactly the same carkit connected to the stereo. I ordered the cable that is needed and now hope to prove the dealer wrong.
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