First take of the panel over the shifter just pull it off with some force and it will come off, next take out the ash try and remove the two screws that hold the ash try support in and remove the ash try support then remove the two screws underneath the heat/ac controls and the two screws that were exposed when you removed the shifter panel and then pull the panel off un clip the cigarette lighter from the car and then unscrew the radio mounts and pull out the radio and disconnect the clips and the antenna
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hi there, unfortunately it is hard to diagnose or advise how to remove a non-standard radio over the internet without knowing what brand/model it is......are you able to provide a photo of it in the car so I can guide you through the process......you can email it to me direct at firstname.lastname@example.org
The moulding around the radio removes quite easily. Remove the ashtray, 2 screws. Remove the slideout cupholder. 2 screws. The moulding around the radio pulls straight out. It has slideout or popout clips. Once that is removed, unscrew the 2 10 mm or philips screws that hold the radio in. Slide out the radio, another 10 mm ground screw on back, then unplug the antenna, 2 electrical connectors and that's it. I dont recommend an aftermarket radio without a schematic or someone that knows what they're doing. Like in the chiltons books, "reverse disassembly procedure to reassemble". Hope this helps
Your factory radio probably has a built in theft deterent system that shuts down the radio when it senses a voltage drop. (ie: if the radio is stolen then the thief cannot use it without a code to turn it back on) check your owners manual or paperwork that came with the car. There should be a code that you enter to turn it back on. If not contact your Nissan dealer and they should be able to help get the code for you. Hope this helps
That all depends on the mileage, first tune is 100,000 miles, the very least you will need is spark plugs, fuel filter and air filter, use factory spark plugs, many brands available but the factory plugs work best.