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Old 08-11-2005, 04:43 PM
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Need some technical advice

Hey Guys and Gals,
I'm rather excited after doing my first minor repair and mod to my newly purchased CPO 2002 325i. Get this, I sewed velcro onto the back of the floor mats so that they would stay in place . Also I added a S-E HCB-30 BT. It was just a basic install. I only had to cut one thing which was the rubber nipple leading through the firewall. I temporarily have the aux wire plugged into an empty fuse slot which I have to press buttons to pair the phone everytime I get in. What I think will remedy this is to splice into the ignition wire but . If anyone would be so kind as give some advice I certainly would appreciate it.

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