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Old 05-19-2006, 05:27 PM
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Radio Module Harness Flat Pin-Round Pin

Can anyone confirm that this is the part number for the harness. I just got back from BMW and when I was explaining what I needed, they looked at me like I was crazy. I gave them this part number that I got off of here but the post was confusing talking about siruis and other stuff

heres the number

61 12 6 924 785

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by the way - this is for converting a round pin radio connector to flat pin
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Old 05-19-2006, 05:50 PM
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Actually to upgrade the BM radio from the old version to the new version, you need to purchase these additional adapter cables sets:

61.12-6 913 957 Round Pin to Flat Pin Main Radio Harness Adapter
61.12-6 913 955 New Gen Radio Antenna Adapter
61.12-6 924 785 10-Pin to 12-Pin Radio Audio Input Adapter
61.12-0 140 716 CD Changer Audio Input Cable

http://www.bimmernav.com/.pdf/new_style_radio.pdf
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Old 05-19-2006, 05:55 PM
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Actually to upgrade the BM radio from the old version to the new version, you need to purchase these additional adapter cables sets:

61.12-6 913 957 Round Pin to Flat Pin Main Radio Harness Adapter
61.12-6 913 955 New Gen Radio Antenna Adapter
61.12-6 924 785 10-Pin to 12-Pin Radio Audio Input Adapter
61.12-0 140 716 CD Changer Audio Input Cable

http://www.bimmernav.com/.pdf/new_style_radio.pdf
thanks for the info! DO you know how much it cost?
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If you purchase from someone like Crevier, you be looking at:

61.12.6.913.957 Old to New style radio wiring harness ($33.20)
61.12.6.913.955 Old to New style radio antenna harness ($12.20)
61.12.6.924.785 Old to New style audio input adapter ($15.00)
61.12.0.140.716 (6 foot) 6 wire CD Input cable ($13.12)
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Old 05-20-2006, 01:09 PM
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wow, heres what i was quoted:

Hello Jon,

I checked the part numbers you gave me and the prices are as follows...

61.12.6.913.957 Old to New style radio wiring harness ($33.20) - $56.28
61.12.6.913.955 Old to New style radio antenna harness ($12.20) - $35.28
61.12.6.924.785 Old to New style audio input adapter ($15.00) - $50.68
61.12.0.140.716 (6 foot) 6 wire CD Input cable ($13.12) - $24.36



I can only assume that the parts you were quoted on are not original BMW parts. If you chose to pick up the parts at JMK, I ask that you let me know at least 3-4 days in advance so I can order what I do not have in stock.




I have to be getting ripped off or something. I was going to order it through them but thats a big difference.
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You're getting ripped off. Check with Crevier BMW. I bought mine in 2005, buy my prices were pretty close to apw2607 quoted above. Most local dealers are 75% to 100% higher than Crevier on special parts like these.
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Hey Guys!

Everythings working great except one thing. It won't read the navigation instructions. It will slightly lower the radio but no instructions will come out. I plugged in the old radio module and instructions came out. What could be wrong.

I have an extra wire set here. I think its for the changer. I didn't need it because the changer went in fine. I think its the 6-footer cable that you told me to get.

Any suggestions?
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Hey Guys!

Everythings working great except one thing. It won't read the navigation instructions. It will slightly lower the radio but no instructions will come out. I plugged in the old radio module and instructions came out. What could be wrong.

I have an extra wire set here. I think its for the changer. I didn't need it because the changer went in fine. I think its the 6-footer cable that you told me to get.

Any suggestions?
Figured it out. i'm so dumb. while i was installing it, i tested it midway and found that my cd changer cable was upside down. Stupid me didn't figure i put the other one in upside down and put everything back together.

well, switched the harness, working like a charm!

But I do have this extra CD changer cable. Anyone need it. I have the reciept. Picked it up today brand new
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