I guess BMW thought it would be more difficult to remove the stereo if the bolt was a non-standard one.Well, my standard hex tool fit right in there, and was able to remove it with no effort involved (Figure 4).Plug the harness adapter into the factory connector, and then plug the harness into the back of the head unit and connect all of the spade connectors, as shown in Figure 12.On this particular head unit, I found that the antenna jack on the back of the unit was not compatible with the one in the factory harness (Figure 13), so I needed an antenna adapter as well (Figure 14).Begin by flipping open the small flap on the OEM head unit (Figure 2).Underneath, you will find a funky 5-sided bolt on the inside (Figure 3). Simply enter your car radio serial number and get the code or you can use our search engine.Car Stereo For your convenience, divided by categories, each category you can find a list of Car Stereo photos.
I put some spade connectors on the ends of the harness adapter, and the connector that plugged into my new radio.
If your bolts are more securely tightened, then you may need a specific five-sided tool for the task.
After the bolts are loose, you should be able to simply pull the unit out by hand (Figure 5).
Eurovox radio you can enter 1111 if the code is a 4 number pin of 111111 if the code is the 6 number pin.
This will put the unit into test operation for about 3 minutes to at least see if the unit ...