The problem that I now face is that once I reset the clock and turned on the radio, I noticed that the volume was turned to the maximum position and there was no sound coming from the speakers. I looked around to see if a gun had been pointed at me because the sound was similar and the impact to the car felt as though it had been hit by an object. I have thought maybe a ground wire needed to be connected, but I have no idea what wire that may be. The cars have a sat button on the dash but no connections on the head unit to connect one. I made an appointment one year '06 near christmas to treat myself to have sirius satellite radio installed in my car as I was promised by the advertisements at time of purchase.
We should not be looking at a screen when driving. It does take some wiring knowledge and installation know-how. They told me they road tested the car. Do not leave your speaker connected to the battery as it may damage it. Posted on Nov 25, 2011.
I only work about 20 miles from where I live how can that be? If the amps are in, have you checked the voltage before and after the amps? 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. When the consumer tried to play the system it took a long time to get results. I believe Nissan should cover this replacement since the car was advertised at time of purchase to have the option of satellite radio. I am very concerned with these unnecessary devices in cars that car companies push to make a sale. I find it a very dangerous distraction. Good luck with your 2004 Nissan Maxima radio installation.
If your radio is malfunctioning, you may not be able to tune in any radio stations or you may only be able to get one station, or the stations may not come in clearly. I am still paying on the car and having major car issues. Apparently, these things take time. I then got a call back and was told that the compressor had gone bad. Please could someone get back to me or do something about these problems for me please. She never received a recall notice, and the manufacturer stated that the recall work must have been done. 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.
Here are some 3 radio wiring diagrams so you can see which fuses that are. Manuel Sr August 11, 2009 at 11:34 am I have a 2000 Nissan Maxima, I had a new battery installed at Autozone. When I asked him how offten this happens and he said not that offten so how can that be? The service advisor explained to me that they have run into this on the cars that came off the assembly line in the first 6 months of production of this particular model. The consumer was also informed the vehicle needed a new engine. Why not after the fact? The radio does turn on and seems to be working accept for the sound.
So I never got that issue fixed. What you need to do is remove the radio to make sure all connections are plugged in. If you suspect that signal strength is not the issue, you may have a faulty antenna wire. The vehicle will be taken to the dealer to diagnose the transmission failure. Right now as I am sending you this email, I can hear that sound again. Use of the Nissan Titan wiring information is at your own risk.
Others have had valve body work done and even replaced the transmission. The cover over the moon roof was closed so that prevented any glass from entering and cutting me. The repair order stated that miles in was 86,484 and miles out was 86,486. Automotive wiring in a 2004 Nissan Maxima vehicles are becoming increasing more difficult to identify due to the installation of more advanced factory oem electronics. Also explained it had since been corrected by Nissan on all cars of the same model made after, that had the appropriate stereo head unit installed to accommodate satellite radio tuners. If I would have known that issue at time of purchase, the dealer would have fixed that in order to make the sale.
It started to cut in and out about the 3rd or 4th month of owning the car. 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. Once I got home I taped the roof and by the time I got to the repair shop the next day the pressure caused the roof to reopen and continue to break. My left side speakers would cut in and out only on the cd player. If all of your fuses are good, your 2004 Nissan Maxima may have a factory amplifier that needs to be turned on by your after market radio. So my problem is that there no sound coming from any speakers in my car. I contacted Nissan to see if this vehicle was under recall and they said no.
The unit looked like it was made together but when you took it out the radio was separate and the cd player were separate pieces. You can begin the checks from there. I have had my transmission fluid flushed and it has not helped. The screen was completely replaced and the repair was fixed by a local Nissan dealer. We removed all but what we thought were 3 coins, radio still working until I went over a small bump in the road and the sound shorted out. After the new battery was installed, my radio does not work anymore. Hello, It sounds like a fuse has gone out because there are three that run the system.