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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 Sat, Nov-29-2008, 03:20:02 PM   #21
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So how bad is this buzz you mentioned?

Is it gone completely when an iPod is plugged in?

Excellent write-up by the way...
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How did you get the black clip off of the radio. I simply cannot get it off although i know it is something ez. Help PLEASEEEEEEEEE!!!!!
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I use the iPhone without the charger most of the time so no buzz but since I replaced the AUX cable the buzz is minimal when I use the powerjolt with it.

What clip are u talking about zoomzoom?
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The black radio clip for the wire harness
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Old Sun, Nov-30-2008, 07:02:59 AM   #25
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Use a flat head screw driver to pull it up like in the picture on top of it. Then pull it up harder with your fingers and it will pop off. It requires some power to pull it off.
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Is there anyway to integrate an ipod/iphone into the CD43 without losing cd changer functionality or CD functionality?
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I don't think so but if you have a CD up front then just stick an old 30GB iPod in the back and you have virtually unlimited music.
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I tried prying it up but i felt i was gonna break somtin. Ill go at it again this weekend or somtin.
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Look on the side of the plug. You might need a flashlight sinc eyou are doing it in the car and there is not much light and everything is colored black.

On the side of the plug you will see 2 rails and the pins on the radio go into those rails. You need to pull the plug up until the pins are at the end of the rails.
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When I replaced my radio with a new head unit, I tried to get the connector off the regular way and it just wouldn't work. I ended up breaking the outer rail frame. Fortunately the connctor itself was still fine. It was much easier on my e39.
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