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E36 M3 (1992-1999) {Euro - S50 B32 321hp @ 7400 rpm} {U.S. - S52 B32 240 hp @ 6000 rpm}
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Old Mon, Nov-24-2008, 02:26:36 AM   #11
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hmm interesting. I did mine a different way and I love it.
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hmm interesting. I did mine a different way and I love it.
Tell us what you did.

BTW, I see you are too into VWs. Nice.

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VWs? The buggy or the 914?

Im too lazy right now, but I basically tapped into the CD changer signal.
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I also wanted to know how to do this...Thanks great write up
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VWs? The buggy or the 914?

Im too lazy right now, but I basically tapped into the CD changer signal.
Well, your buggy has a VW engine and the 914 engine is a type 4. Isn't it?
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i just took my radio out and saw its c43 this will work just the same???
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Open the radio up and look inside. If you are not sure post good quality pictures of the inside and I can probably tell you but I would assume the tape mechanism is the same.
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Well, your buggy has a VW engine and the 914 engine is a type 4. Isn't it?
It WAS a type 4, yes.

It is slowly becoming a monster though.
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Open the radio up and look inside. If you are not sure post good quality pictures of the inside and I can probably tell you but I would assume the tape mechanism is the same.
It looks nearly identical. I think everything should be fine. I'll try n post pics if i can get my photobucket 2 work.
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I would say it is probably the same. Anyway, the outputs are marked on the tape mechanism under the metal tin. You can remove it witt 2 screws.
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