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Axxess AXDIS-BW122 Radio Replacement Interface with Steering Wheel Controls for 2004-2013 BMW Vehicles
You want to upgrade the stereo in your 2006-13 BMW, but you don't want to lose important factory features. Axxess' AXDIS-BW122 interface retains your steering wheel audio controls, along with your BMW's factory M.O.S.T. 25 amplifier and your subwoofer (if present). It retains your phone buttons, and your date, time, and temperature display. It also provides an accessory power connection, as well as providing the navigation connections (including reverse, speed pulse, and parking brake) that you'll need to install a car stereo with GPS.
- Provides accessory power (12-volt 10-amp)
- Retains R.A.P. (retained accessory power)
- Designed for amplified models
- Retains audio controls on the steering wheel
- Retains phone buttons (radio dependent)
- Retains factory features: date, time, temperature display
- Micro-B USB updatable
- Axxess AXDIS-BW122 Wiring Interface owner's manual
- Radio replacement interface module
- Amplifier interface module
- Steering wheel control interface module (ASWC-1)
- Radio replacement interface harness (attached inline fuse holder with 15A fuse)
- Steering wheel control harness
- LD-SWC-F3.5 harness
- Installation Instructions
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