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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 09-11-2013, 07:17 AM Thread Starter
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HOW TO - Stereo removal.

Recently a new member asked how to remove the stereo, so here is a quick attempt of a how to! Mine is a 2012 UK manual gear 89 dci. I am sure there will be slight differences if they have an auto.

I am not responsible for any damage or injuries you may incur! This work is done at your own risk. BE VERY CAREFULL THE PRESSED METAL HAS VERY SHARP EDGES! I have had a few cuts!


1. Remove gear lever surround by pulling upwards towards roof lining. Once unclipped slide back.



2. remove screws at base of housing.



3. trickiest bit remove outside air vent know by pushing up.



Little knob unclips and looks like this......



4. Finger tips at base pull the surround towards you, you can use a thin stubby screwdriver or a thin allen key to get behind if you have fat fingers! Improvise!

5. Remove the four screws on either side of the stereo, slide it out (towards you) and its done!








Hope this helps.

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UK 2012 NV200 1.5 Dci SE 89 Hp (feel the power!)
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RE: HOW TO - Stereo removal.

Most impressed with your post ! It's a keeper in case the job has to be done. Good clear photos , labels and description. Thanks, Dinkum
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RE: HOW TO - Stereo removal.

Thank you very much for posting this!!!
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Recently a new member asked how to remove the stereo, so here is a quick attempt of a how to! Mine is a 2012 UK manual gear 89 dci. I am sure there will be slight differences if they have an auto.

I am not responsible for any damage or injuries you may incur! This work is done at your own risk. BE VERY CAREFULL THE PRESSED METAL HAS VERY SHARP EDGES! I have had a few cuts!


1. Remove gear lever surround by pulling upwards towards roof lining. Once unclipped slide back.



2. remove screws at base of housing.



3. trickiest bit remove outside air vent know by pushing up.



Little knob unclips and looks like this......



4. Finger tips at base pull the surround towards you, you can use a thin stubby screwdriver or a thin allen key to get behind if you have fat fingers! Improvise!

5. Remove the four screws on either side of the stereo, slide it out (towards you) and its done!








Hope this helps.

David
Oh...this is too sweet! I'd try today...but I'm heading out of town in the morning...and I know me...I'd be rushing and break something. This will be the first thing I do when I get back. I actually just purchased the **** Nissan service manual for $210.00. So I might be inclined to copy and paste a few pages.
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Thanks it is just what i needed
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Hi, this was a big help as I'm trying to install a 2400w amp, 15" sub and up rated pioneer door speakers, after following your instructions I was met by next problem, I have a factory wiring loom that makes no sense to me at all, just plugs and wires all wrapped up, I wanted to use the stock radio/cd to power fronts then have sub running on a spare rear output until I can update the sterio itself, any help much appreciated, also any ideas how to fit my pioneers in the door card and how to remove oem speakers also would be a big help. Thanks in advance
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Cool Can onyone tell me if plugs are ISO-plugs

I want to change my original radio, which is the same as shown in the picture to a Pioneer AVH-3300BT ...but I cannot find any information if I have to buy an adapter from Nissan-plugs to ISO-Plugs or not ... so would be great if someone could tell me more about ..
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I used a cheap harness from some other model Nissan. I forget exactly what.

A guide on popping the door panels would be great.
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what about an automatic I Have a 2013 and can;t seem to get it apart the way you show. Any help would be kindly apperciated.
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Thanks for the help..
Just fitted a USB double socket to top of dash to save having cables hanging down to the standard 12V socket for sat nav. / dash cam..
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