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  • bignslow
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    Closer inspection revealed that it's not a factory unit. Production date of 1992, butchered wiring and hack install job. I ended up yanking it out of there.

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  • uturn
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    FYI, BMW had their units wired to only work with the factory radios. The identical Pioneer branded cd changer, purchased from the stereo hut will not be plug-n-play.

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  • bradnic
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    Agree post pics. So you have the KE83ZBM Pioneer 4 channel head unit with the mode switch? Pretty sure that changer is for pioneer only



    Some old bmw cd changer info from the late 90s here
    http://www.unofficialbmw.com/e30/ste...nger_info.html
    Last edited by bradnic; 04-23-2019, 11:20 AM.

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  • Powling
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    My 91 318is came with the exact same changer installed when I bought the car. I removed it though as I never intended on using it.

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  • rcsoundn1
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    any pics would be great

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  • reelizmpro
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    Given that you have a 91, it's probably a "factory" cd changer accessory installed by the dealer.

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  • bignslow
    started a topic CD changer factory or not?

    CD changer factory or not?

    My 91' 318IS came with a CD changer in the trunk. How would I verify if it's an OEM piece? It's a BMW unit with CDX-M91 part number. The 2 wires leading up to it do not look factory however.
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