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    bmw headunit simple ques...

    sorry folkz im new to this 5hit....how the fuc do i take out the headunit of my 1988 bmw 325is??? need help thanx







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    Re: bmw headunit simple ques...

    You probably need some plastic or metal keys, found on eBay. Check a BMW forum, f00l




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    Re: bmw headunit simple ques...

    wtf...im new to this fool where do i find that forum




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    Re: bmw headunit simple ques...

    forget it...but how??? anyone???




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    Re: bmw headunit simple ques...

    You can't just expect us to know.

    Check the sides of the head unit. It'll either have two small holes on each side, just big enough to fit a nail or a coathanger thickness through. If it is, just put a nail in each hole, and pull. If it's not, I can't help ya.




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    Re: bmw headunit simple ques...

    arite koo thanx anyways




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    Re: bmw headunit simple ques...

    what the hell, man.

    www.google.com is a neat website where you can search for things;

    In fact, a large percentage of my knowledge comes from Google.

    So I'd suggest you click on Google. And then type, "BMW stereo remove how to"

    That should do it. Grr.




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    Re: bmw headunit simple ques...

    For some reason it doesnt seem like this dude has a BMW




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    Re: bmw headunit simple ques...

    BMW uses allen wrench heads. Forgot the size. Just stick it in there and unscrew.



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