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Look behind the CD Changer itself (archive)

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Posted by Al on January 26, 2000 at 17:28:24:

In Reply to: Re: Alpine or Pioneer changer? posted by steve mcmillen on January 26, 2000 at 10:37:01:

You are going to need to physically climb into the trunk. Hope you are not that big.

There in the back of the CD changer facing the rear seats is a fuse. You can miss it. It's 180 degrees from the cartriage if I could be mathematical.

Also just so you know, the radio itself has a fuse in the back of it as well. If that ever acts up I would start from there.

If you are still having problems locating it, the parts people at the dealer will likely show it to you in microfiche! I think these explanations will suffice. Please let us know if this was the problem. The actual fuse you need to use will be inscribed on the existing fuse 5A etc. Use the same voltage.

Good luck!

Al
94 525i Alpine radio and CD changer


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