Published: 16.08.2018 15:23

How to install bmw e39 cd changer

«How to install bmw e39 cd changer» in pictures.

Quidzel: BMW Aux Input

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Original BMW Accessory. Installation Instructions.

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GROM Interface Installation into BMW cars

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As a startup project, we will use node-ibus-mediacenter - thanks to Robert. His solution works with Navigation module on the I-Bus network, so we just need to develop our part for the MID unit.

Brackets are not part of CD changer as they are different for each BMW series. We do have some mounting screw and bracket kits available in the options section below.

When you are on the aux input and playing something using your iPhone, pressing the 6-6 buttons on the radio should adjust the level for the aux input. Try it and report back. I also answered your comment on the video.

The BMW instructions that come with the kit tells the user to mount it in the glovebox I chose that route because I have a Bluetooth dongle that I use to wirelessly stream my music to the radio. Others have mounted it in the cupholder area and other odd places, such as the little cubby under the armrest.

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