What did your local BMW dealership say?
Re: Japan Radio Replacement
This is not unique just to Canada. All of North America uses the same radio standards while Europe and places like Japan use another slightly different broadcast standard. Even though different standards use the same band of frequencies, They have slightly different channel spacing. Japan is way out there with it's FM band (76 to 90Mhz) and is quite unique when compaired with the rest of the world. I don't think you would be able to convert your radio to NA standards. Best solution would be to seek out a radio from a simular year BMW for swap.
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Re: What did your local BMW dealership say?
Buy a new radio, $100o estimateToshiba Tom
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