If I would have known that issue at time of purchase, the dealer would have fixed that in order to make the sale. Dealing with an authorized Axxess retailer helps ensure you get better prices and service! Good luck with your 2004 Nissan Maxima aux input adapter installation. This leads me to believe that the signal would likely be normal audio. Something needs to be done. Or could it be made to fit? How much would it cost for you to buy a different head unit and get it installed? Sometimes in situations like this replacing your headunit can result in worse sound quality unless your going to be doing a full system install. Currently I play audio through a cassette adapter but I'd much rather have an aux input for minimum quality loss.
Bring it into our show room. And if there is no cheaper solution, I am assuming you can get me the iSimple setup at a decent price. Using your present system with just an input jack added, will not change what the output of the system sounds like right now. It is designed to allow you to connect and control your iPod from the factory radio. How much do you get paid per hour compared to that? W You often need an antenna adapter and a faceplate adapter since the factory radio is a different shape and size than the replacement. Right now as I am sending you this email, I can hear that sound again. So, does it sound ok to you now, the way it is? It has the Bose audio system.
It may be easier to access it from the backseat while you plug in the cables. I checked - that radio is a standard size which means likely a standard antenna mount as well. The other option is you can probably find the dash trim from a vehicle with the nav package which in a 2007+ Altima at least is a standard double din head unit. Good luck with your 2004 Nissan Maxima amplifier and subwoofer installation. How much do you get paid per hour compared to that? Getting the latest firmware version helps ensure the best possible compatibility. One is at the rear of the center armrest, just above the storage drawer in the backseat.
Finally I decided it is not worth it. I was told by the Autozone employee that I will have to call Nissan to get the code for the radio. If by chance you have the code, could you please forward that information to me. That's the simple way to do it, swap between cars. Then again, do you have the Nav?? W Quote from protegechris : I can confirm that there most likely is not an input on the rear. This is also a very expensive solution. If you're going to do make use of the existing unit, I would do it yourself.
Of additional interest is the fact that we update the I01 'brain' with the newest firmware, right before it goes out the door. The car radio amplifier trigger wire has to be wired up to turn on your factory amplifier to output sound from your speakers. This was a big blow to me and I could not afford to replace the head unit myself. And then depending on the functions of the radio, you may need to have to pay them to relocate the existing factory radio so the car still works properly. Lot's of things to consider.
The subwoofer amp is attached to the subwoofer under the rear deck. If the speaker cone moves outward, then the positive speaker terminal is the side with the positive side wire. Using your present system with just an input jack added, will not change what the output of the system sounds like right now. Our automotive wiring diagrams allow you to enjoy your new mobile electronics rather than spend countless hours trying to figure out which wires goes to which 2004 Nissan Maxima part or component. This is the second unit from Crutchfield and they are even clueless about how to fix it. A cassette player, in 2005.
I only opted out at time of purchase because I felt comfortable with the fact that I could always come back and get it installed. Or is this a reasonable cost for the install? You'd simply be using it as an amplifier, and would be at the mercy of all that. Good luck with your 2004 Nissan Maxima radio installation. If the speaker cone moves inward then the positive speaker terminal is the negative side wire. Manuel Sr August 11, 2009 at 11:34 am I have a 2000 Nissan Maxima, I had a new battery installed at Autozone. Warning - may exclude some relevant results.
Do not leave your speaker connected to the battery as it may damage it. Just make sure to run an with a on the amplifier turn on wire. But I think you have a point - it makes sense to also get a quote to install a new unit. Use the Recommendations Form to get advice from our community of enthusiasts in order to help you choose a system. Dunno how much it would cost to have someone else do it.
It was made by a customer who has my heartfelt gratitude for doing so and is only here as a reference. Get a price quote to install a new unit too. I've been using this product for 3 months with an iphone and have zero complaints. I want to retain the factory head unit, but I need an input for a mp3 player not ipod. There may also be some other wires or settings required to enable the aux input if your car has one.
It is a simple pull the radio, pop in the wiring harness and push in the new radio job. Quote from MikeBear : Personally, I'd go for a new unit that already is engineered with one from the factory. Finally I decided it is not worth it. The tech had to un-mount the antenna leaving chunks of paint missing from my roof and I had since had to install an aftermarket portable satellite radio which always gives me static problems. Just wondering it makes more sense to buy a different head unit with aux in and get it installed. How much would it cost for you to buy a different head unit and get it installed? Nissan needs to be responsible. I do not have access to the owners manual today.