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How to fix fm japan radio to recieve GCC fm signals ?

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ELECTRORAMA TRINIDAD CHANGE BMW JAPAN RADIO TO ENGLISH STATIONS FM 88-108 ON DISPLAY NO FM EXPANDERS NEEDED FOR LOCAL STATIONS...PH.# 662-6387..DANIEL & DAVID..

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PROBLEM COULD BE THE ANTENNA SIGNAL AMPLIFIER IN THE LEFT HAND C PILLAR TRIM PANEL.THE AMPLIFIER WHAT BRINGS IN SIGNALS.

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You can get a converter like this one.

http://catronics.com.au/fmconverter.html

It's a simple solution and it works.

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    ELECTRORAMA TRINIDAD CHANGE BMW JAPAN RADIO TO ENGLISH STATIONS FM 88-108 ON DISPLAY NO FM EXPANDERS NEEDED FOR LOCAL STATIONS...PH.# 662-6387..DANIEL & DAVID..

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