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Re: 2001 Altima Radio
Rather then look for the pin out, you might want to check into the adapter harnesses.
There are companies like Blaupunkt, PIE, and a few other that offer harnesses that make it a simple plug and play operation.
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That\'s the problem with Nissan\'s...I love the car but they cant seem to dial in the stereo systems...always malfunctioning so my advice to you is save your money and go down and have a new aftermarket one put in,..Pioneer makes a great system for the 06 altima.
As for those players. If you have never takin apart one before you should get someone at an electronics store to help you. If you bring it into Nissan they will get send your radio to the manfacture and then fix your radio and send you back your CD's wiyth the radio. Those types of radio/CD players are very difficult to work on. I recommend you bring it to somone who knows what they are doing . or buy a used one.
HI. thisvehicle has a theft system that will kick in if the battery is dead or disconnected from the vehicle. The radio is in lock mode and can only be unlocked by inputting a standard code specifically made for this vehicles radio. Most of these codes are located in the owners manual. If you have lost your manual, you can call the dealership for this code or, send for it by contacting Nissan.
Try radio shack, or stereo sales/installation place for ready to go plug adapter. For a few bucks, it saves headaches, and butchering the wiring in case you want to re-install old one later when trading in or selling the car.
if you have waranty on the vehicle take it to the dealer if not ther is probably something mangled inside some companies fix these radios fairly cheap compared to new radio prices (shortcircuit in california)