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Old 04-17-2009, 12:27 PM   #1
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E46 Stereo Wiring Diagrams?

I have an '03 M3 SMG with a real wiring headache...I purchased the car with the head unit pulled and wires cut, and the nav/dvd/amplifier wires in the trunk are somewhat intact. I am now trying to piece back together a stereo setup. The factory head unit that came with the purchase has a manufacture date of 2005.
Does anyone have a wiring diagram for the stereo/nav/amplifier system?

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damn brett ! take a picture of the cables, maybe i can guide you a little ! if not than google is probobly your firend, i found the manual for my radio but it only has info no diagrams ! good luck

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I found Firefox v3 works with http://www.bmw-planet.com/diagrams/r.../e46/index.htm while IE 8 did not. I couldn't get the wiring diagrams to display with IE 8 but no problem with Firefox.
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IE works best with that website as far as im concerned , Google crome works too but will not zoom.
Firefox was pretty much thesame as chrome.
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