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Loose, oxidized, or corroded connection? When the volume is cranked up there may be enough power to overcome the slight resistance created, but at lower volumes it may be affecting them.

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This is probably not the best recommendation, but it's been around for a long time now. Give the stingray roundel a firm "bump" with the side or your fist. Worked for me until I had the stingray off and cleaned up the connections.

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This is probably not the best recommendation, but it's been around for a long time now. Give the stingray roundel a firm "bump" with the side or your fist. Worked for me until I had the stingray off and cleaned up the connections.

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What the hell is the stingray roundel?????

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Yeah, I guess I've been reading this forum for too long. Starting to talk in LT. Never thought it would happen. :rolleyes:
The plastic that holds the radio is the stingray (think of the fish and how the plastic is shaped) and the roundel is the BMW badge. In this case it's the little BMW badge on the plastic that holds the radio. Just give it a firm bump with the side of your fist. YMMV.
Much easier to call it the stingray roundel.

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