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Old 02-01-2003, 12:24 PM
Jarod Jarod is offline
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Question Dealer Install of E46 Coupe Truck CD Changer?

Does anyone know what the typical "book" labor hours are for a BMW dealer to install a 2002 E46 Coupe's truck mounted 6-CD Changer (w/o NAV)?

I bought the BMW Changer and install kit (includes a new left side panel, brackets, fasteners, instructions, etc.) from another BMW dealer via mail order for $485 including shipping. I've download the DIY stuff w/pix from the various boards and was planning to do it myself, as it does not look too hard.

However, I just discoverd that I need to use up about $100 in accumulated 1% rebate credits from a automotive related credit card before they expire in March, and figured this might be a good time to use them. The card company confirmed the rebate dollars would be good for this automotive labor. I also get a 15% BMW CCA labor discount at my local BMW dealer (where I bought the car 6 months ago) so if the total cost is a couple of hours, I may just do it this way.

Besides, my home garage is cold and miserable this time of year. Thanks.
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