This means you need to get your CD Changer repaired. The in dash CD changers Nissan put into the Pathfinder is notorious for this issue. From what I recall, on the OE changer (by Clarion, I think) there is a plastic screw inside that controls the changing of the discs that breaks/wears out. If you take it to your local Clarion service place, they should know what to do with it.
When I brought mine in, the guy knew the vehicle it came from without hesitation. I think it cost about US$150 to fix.
They have to send it to California, so it took about 3 weeks to get back to me, but it works fine now.
Clock removal is relatively straight forward. I have a removal instructions .pdf on a website, please check my bio for details.
I need some help I gotta 2009 lancer and I wana pound hard need to know how too hook up subs and an amp up to my factory cd player its a indash six disk changer please let me know thanks
Yes, but they are very expensive. (Typical Price can be around $999)
An indash gps device price ranges depending on the quality of the device. Prices can range from 400 dollars all the up to 2000 dollars so the best option is to go online or check your local stores.
This is illegal in most states. No info can be given.
you would have to have a indash that includes angle setings other then that you are out of luck
What indash DVD player play videos off a thumbdrive
disconnect the orange wire don't need it that should fix it
Yea mate, is meant to connect to your handbrake usually but just join it to your earth wire.
Yes, the indash model does indeed give up to date maps.
There is a button that says "Angle" that has two arrows on it Up & Down that's the button to adjust the angle/tilt of the screen
located under the indash.. right side where your gas pedals are. have to open carpet. black box
You can buy In Dash GPS systems on websites such as Amazon.com. For example, here follow this link: www.amazon.com/Pioneer-AVIC-D3-Navigation.../B000MY72F0.
as it comes from the factory, there is a plastic sheet with the fuse diagram printed on it clipped onto the inside of the fuse compartment door.
Follow the directions in the manual or pamphlet that comes with the product. Also, check with auto mechanics as they may have some knowledge that can help you. Also,a web search may give you the directions.
the wire needs ground to function. Connecting it to the ebrake allows it to ground so just connect the video wire to any ground and it will function as if it was connected to the ebrake
Power window motors seems to fail often Does not have an indash glovebox Small trunk Valve cover gaskets takes all day to replace. Other than that it's a fine car with plenty of pep.
I have just installed a indash in my infiniti i30 1998. The amp and subwoofers work but the speakers in the inside of the car does not work. Did I blow a fuse or do I have to bypass the factory amps. The system that I took out before the installation was a factory bose system.
i pulled off the end of the cable from the shifter and found it was snapped. i then took off the whole indash. I would just lke to know the easiest way to go about pulling and replacing it! I'm wondering as well what tools i may need?
You can change the language settings for your Ð CD player on your 1997 Mitsubishi automobile by going to the menu settings. In the menu settings go to the language setting. In the language setting you can choose the desired language.
None of the top car manufacturers provide in dash GPS systems with no additional charge. Many cars come with all star pre-installed however the owner has to pay a subscription. Most of the car manufacturers do not plan on adding indash GPS systems as a standard in vehicles anytime soon.
I have a clarion unit and what i did was run the green brake wire to chassis ground, tap in a toggle switch by cutting the green wire & wiring the green wire to the toggle switch. When the clarion unit is on all you have to do is turn the switch off then on, and that will bypass the brake switch allowing to watch video moving or sitting. Mine works perfect.
i have a 97 Concorde so its pretty much the same. all you do is pop off the casing around the stereo, undo the bolts take it out, buy a wire harness and a deck kit, and wala it is simple as that...i put a pioneer DVD indash in mine with 2 sony xplod 12's and a 1200w amp with a capacitor
Actually the anti theft device is just a metal bracket that connects to the indash stereo itself and bolts on to the inside of the stereo unit housing (way towards the back!) . It can easily be re-connected. It can even be reconnected after putting in an aftermarket stereo as well
1999 Ford Windstar Van with AM/FM/Cassette deckFactory replacement info: In-dash stereo 9-19/32" depth; Size code E,F2,S Front speakers Front Door : 6x8" Far rear speakers Mid Panel : 6x8" SAME APPLIES TO 1998 FORD WINDSTAR EXCEPT FOR THE INDASH STEREO DEPTH SIZE