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BIMMERZEIT documents the adventures of Richard Belton, a car enthusiast obsessed with all things BMW. Best contact for collaboration opportunities is via email bimmerzeit@gmail.com

I’m busy making things and don’t spend much time on email. While I can’t guarantee that I’ll get back to you, I truly appreciate your support.

Ethics statement: this blog periodically contains affiliate links, whereby I earn a small commission through parts purchases you make through the links I recommend at no additional cost to you. This method of monetization helps support my work with no ads.

6 Comments

    • Hey Paul, unfortunately there is not. You will need to buy the slightly newer radio from a parts car (or try eBay) with the newer production date. Be sure to verify the date on the label before purchasing.

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  1. Your videos kick ass. Please keep filming them. They blow away the poorly filmed junk that is out there from 2010.

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  2. Andy says

    Today, I changed the transfer case actuator motor gear on my X5. I was able to do this job and save thousands of dollars because of your youtube video. Thanks for sharing and helping. Much obliged.

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