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Old 01-09-2006, 11:05 AM
Join Date: Mar 2005
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AM Radio TSB

Contributed by: motorDavid

Here is a stealth, rarely
admitted, (by BMW), fix for common poor AM radio reception. I don't
promise it is Your prob., but it fixed mine: part # 65-12-6-916-242...I
got it done, only after considerable complaining and tossing out this # at
the dlr. The work receipt simply shows this # and doesn't explain whether
radio or jes' a "part" was replaced, or what work was actually done. It is
now "better" than previous w/o the static and poor signal strength, though
not up to most AM radios, imo. But, worth a shot. I haven't put this up on
the board very often, but worth a try. GL & BR, md

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