whats the wiring color codes for my 98 sentra radio
if the car is not equiped with a factory amp then it is on the radio head unit itself. if it did most nissan's have it behind one of the rear panels in the trunk.
I changed the factory radio in my 98 Nissan Sentra GXE without any problems. I don't even think that model has any antitheft precautions unless they were installed aftermarket. I put in a Sony radio with CD and USB port. If your new radio doesn't work, make sure all the connections are correct and that your new radio isn't at fault. Make sure you plug the antena in... the stereo wont turn on unless the antena and power plugs are in.
Try checking the fuse.
it is located in the in cab fuse box labeled as mirror.
You can't be serious. If the display light goes out...that means it is out. Buy a new radio if it really bothers you.
I have same problem.
1991-94 Nissan Sentras are largely alike (for instance, the Chilton's guides combine them all). Therefore, since sentro1 already answered the question for a 1994 Sentra, go here:How_do_you_install_the_radio_on_a_1994_Nissan_Sentra
Probably burnt out lamp
Here's a website with Nissan '99 manual. On page 94 it tells you how to program the stations. Hope it helpshttp://www.nissanextendedwarranty.com/owners-manual/Nissan/1999-Nissan-Sentra.pdf
Located in the passenger compartment near steerling wheel. Pull panel to see the fuse box which one is for the radio?
Go to wal mart or your local stereo shop and pick up a factory plug in harness for your car, unplug your factory radio and plug in the harness, then you just wire in the aftermarket radio to the open end of the harness.....no cutting wires so you can put the factory radio back in by just unplugging the new one and replacing it
A person can obtain a radio wiring diagram print out for this car at an auto shop. They can also looking the cars maintenance manual for the diagram.
Assuming it's like my Ford , you have to reset the preset radio stations every time a battery cable is disconnected
I don't know how similar a 1988 and 1995 Cherokees are, but I've posted instructions on replacing the radio on a 1995 at www.timsjeepblog.com.
Everywhere I go.. I cant seem to find one.. my Install is on hold for 3 days now... Does anyone have any solid Schematics for the Radio wiring diargam for the Sentra SER/Spec V / Rockford Fosgate system?
check out www.installdr.com it will specify wires for you just select your vehicle make and model. I just used it to install a radio wihtout the wiring harness.
the acutually dash removal of the Comfort-Control Toggle Switch in order to remove facing for radio replacment of 1990 nissan maxima?
the dashboard compartment pulls out of the dashboard there is no bolts holding this in. Then there are two bolts that hold the radio at the top. the rest is probably self explanitory as the other parts and bolts come out the same way.
you dont. it is self contained within the radio there are no bulbs to replace. radio replacement with a aftermarket radio is a cheaper solution the rediculos cost of a new factory radio or to have a electronics repair place fix the display
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One of the easiest and quickest ways to do this, is to go to an audio store and buy a wire harness. It should plug right into the factory plug (providing that it is still intact) and then plug into your new radio. If not, it will have ready to go wires for the harness that came with your radio.
Go back through and check your connections!
2005 Nissan Sentra 1.5 S: Press and hold the Clock button on the radio. When the hour numbers start flashing, *press the UP or DOWN arrows until the correct hour is displayed. Press the CLOCK button again and the minutes will start flashing. Repeat from * to set the minutes. Press the CLOCK button again to exit the clock setup function.