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I asked around, and here was one response from an car audio specialist: The future is the XM network, so basically the Sirius network is 'as-is' and only providing limited hardware. The SCC1 tuner is discontinued and it is required for the Sirius kits. It looks like the ISNI572 kit should work with your Altima, provided it doesn't already ...
Two things to look for here. First, it could be that there is a cut in the antenna wire somewhere, so that it is shorting (both sides of the wire coming in contact with each other). Second, it may not be plugged in all the way to the back of the head unit.
Diameter and depth and impedance. Might as well do both since speakers are almost always sold in pairs. If you go to crutchfield or bestbuy or just about any website that sells car speakers, they should have a lookup tool for the size speaker you need. Since you just want to replace one, you might want to go to the junkyard and look for the same or ...
The key thing you need to know is the impedance (measured in ohms) of the speaker - you might have to hunt for the model number if it doesn't mention it anywhere. Look for a number with a Greek Omega after it - likely to be somewhere around 4 or 8... The new speaker will have to have the same impedance as the one you're removing, to balance the one on the ...
OK, so we figured it out. When i was trying to connect the car to a computer. The computer did not start. A fuse was burned. What i did wrong in the first place ? In the radio there was a blue "power antena" wire, And from the car radio unit there was a blue wire "Source control power", i connected them (i thought blue goes to blue) - well i was wrong. ...
Since this stereo has the front face which flips down, I'd suggest the connection between it and the stereo is at fault, not that it needs reset. You'd need to check to see where the connection is made and how it is made, then see if there what issues may be there.
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