Along the rear window on the inside, the plastic long pieces will snap up and off with a regular screwdriver. I received my stereo back last week and installed it and it sounds better than it ever has. In addition there is a handy fuse puller located under the dash as well. The screws then can be seen that hold the stereo in and the stereo just unplugs. I take no responsibility for these instructions or any damage this may cause to your vehicle. Having pulled the unit and now replacing it back in the car, I can say that it shouldn't take more that half an hour to pull or replace the radio. I'm going to assume it is the Bose system and all info here is based on that assumption.
There are tips on the Nissan Page of our website for you or your mechanic. It doesn't eliminate the possibility of the radio needing work but that is the main problem. We don't take rear speakers out. I had to pound an impact driver onto those heads. You just have to wedge in something made of thin sturdy plastic and pop the top grate out. It may not be the same problem that mine had.
If you can have them taken out or take them out yourself and send them in we can do all of them for what the dealer will charge to do just one. Figure 1 also shows how to pull up and the path to pivot yellow arrow to remove the wood panel. Then there are 2 screws that hold the circuit board in and as long as there is a plug for the 6 wires that go into the board, then just unplug it and it can be sent for rear speaker rebuild. Thanks, Mark I just wanted to thank you for the great service. If there is no plug, then the whole assembly will have to be taken out from the top.
I have nissan maximal 05. Position the gear shifter in Neutral by inserting the key and turning the keys to the Accessory position. I'm going to guess most after-market, japanese type stereos will have these same mounting holes. Once released you may disconnect the wires and set it aside or you can simply drape it off to the left and let it hang. Look under the trim and there is 2 more screws. I would assume you need to remove the entire dash and since the airbag tears through the dash most likely replace the entire dash while you are at it.
I helped it along with a flat screw driver. . The two middle air vents are also attached, and will come out as well. If by chance you have the code, could you please forward that information to me. You did a great job!! It is recommended to purge the the engine every time the noise starts to come back. Start by using a flat head screwdriver and remove the following screw covers.
Those 2 screws will come out. If you don't have any panel removal tools about three inches wide you can use those cheap plastic putty knifes typically found at any local hardware store. That way your amplifier is on whenever your 2004 Nissan Maxima is on and off whenever your 2004 Nissan Maxima is off. I just want rid of it!!! Then unplug lighter to move it left enough to pull stereo out. It's that way for OnStar but is still a bad idea.
The door will unsnap along the bottom edge by laying down and looking for where the snap is and use a regular screwdriver to pry it loose. There is a screw behind the insert, as shown in Figure 7 below, that must be removed. Posted on Jul 01, 2009 www. The vents will not want to come out, so some force is needed. Adding More Information If you would like to help the Modified Life community by adding any missing information or adding a new car audio wire diagram to our resource, please feel free to post it at the bottom of this page. Removing Speakers: Front Door Speakers: The door panel has to be taken loose and pulled out from the bottom in order to lay under door and unscrew speaker's black housing. Do this all of the way around the door.
The… driver's side: remove airduct that connect to your airfilter box. The only thing you need to do is get the speakers and radio out of the car to send in. We are so quick to complain in today's world and I thought this was a good time to say --good job and thank you. With the tab properly pushed in, the connector will slide off. You will want to pull or pry in the location like where the fingers are in Figure 9 above for the '96.