60" Cables for Installing Audio-In Feature on Rear of Radio Unit

Bimmian

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  • $25.00


Product Introduction

  • If your vehicle is not equipped with an audio input jack, our auxiliary cables will create an input, right on your stereo head unit.

Features and Benefits Of This Product

  • On the back of most BMW head units made in the last 15 years, there is set of input pins that allows the addition of an auxiliary input.
  • With this cable, you will be able to plug into those inputs and create an auxiliary input for any device with a 3.5mm jack.
  • Options for BMWs with no audio input plug, but with a factory head unit and specific characteristic (see cables below for details):
  • 3 PIN BLACK CABLE (For E39 E46 E53-X5 with Navi)
    • For Vehicles from 09/2002:
      • BMW BM54 E39 E46 E53 X5 AUX IN (with Large screen 16:9 Navi BMW BM54-board monitor radio / navigation system with optional SA 602/609 only)
    • Connects to X14118 connector tied back behind the monitor.
  • 10 PIN BLACK CABLE (For E46)
    • For E46 from 09/2002 (with Radio BMW Business CD / Professional CD with optional SA 661 +650) Not Navi unit.
  • 12 PIN BLACK CABLE (For E39, E60, E63, E85-Z4, E83-X3, E53-X5 & Listed MINI vehicles)
    • For vehicles from 09/2002:
      • BMW 5 Series E39 (BMW Business radio with CD drive)
      • BMW 5 Series E60, E61
      • BMW 6 Series E63, E64
      • BMW Z4 Series E85 (BMW Business radio)
      • BMW X3 Series E83 (BMW Business radio)
      • BMW X5 Series E53 (BMW Business radio with CD drive)
  • 12 PIN WHITE CABLE (For E82/87, E81/E88, E90/E91, E92/E93)
    • For vehicles: (AUX must be selected or enabled)
      • BMW 1 Series E87, E88, E81, E82
      • BMW 3 series E90, E91, E92, E93

Installation Notes

  • Installation Difficulty: EASY (Most People Can Do This With Common Household Tools)
  • These cables plug into the rear of your head unit, which will need to be remove for installation.
  • Please consult third party removal guides for this information specific to your vehicle.
  • Most head units will need to be set to AUX to play to allow music to play.

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