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    Hi All,

    I have recently became the proud owner, in fact just this week of a, November 2004, 325Ti M sport, in gorgeous Imola 11 Red and god do I love her, what a car?
    But Today the Auto AC started to have a faint whistle sound and a CD got stuck in the Player. I tryed to remove the disc with another CD but the whole unit went dead during this stupit process. No lights and no on or off response,,, Can anyone help me sort this???
    Is it a fuse ,where is the fuses if so, and which one ???????
    As for the AC the whistle comes and goes, any thoughts??

    Cheers,
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    the fuses for the radio are in the glove box,

    there is a card that tells you which one is for what,

    open the glove box, at the top is two little white tags you twist and the fuse box falls out

    the radio has two fuses,

    iirc fuses 41 and 7 BUT CHECK
     
     

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    With the radio, mine did this. Took it out, and apart. Turned out just to be a dry joint on the bored, as the connection from the car pushed in. Re did connection and fine since
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by milwatch126 View Post
    Hi All,

    I have recently became the proud owner, in fact just this week of a, November 2004, 325Ti M sport, in gorgeous Imola 11 Red and god do I love her, what a car?
    But Today the Auto AC started to have a faint whistle sound and a CD got stuck in the Player. I tryed to remove the disc with another CD but the whole unit went dead during this stupit process. No lights and no on or off response,,, Can anyone help me sort this???
    Is it a fuse ,where is the fuses if so, and which one ???????
    As for the AC the whistle comes and goes, any thoughts??

    Cheers,
    M
    I think that there's a fuse on the rear of the head unit as well if the glovebox fuses turn out to be ok
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by colin burchett View Post
    I think that there's a fuse on the rear of the head unit as well if the glovebox fuses turn out to be ok
    there most certainly is, good memory lol

    10 amp ;

     
     

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