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Sorry to say but the radio control module inside the radio is bad...repair or replace...
Posted on Jan 14, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2002 nissan altima
On the left hand side by your left knee, there is a fuse box. Sound like for some reason , you blew a radio fuse. Remove cover, find fuse that sais RADIO and check it.
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
SOURCE: 1996 Nissan 240SX
Had very similar problem. If your ignition fuse under the hood is blown, (30 amp fuse), then here's something to check. It was my problem and I fixed it and have had no troubles since. Ok, stand in front of car with hood up. Looking at the engine, just to the left of the front left corner (corner of engine closest to the fuse box) there is a wire harness that rubs against this corner of the engine block. Mine had rubbed through the plastic housing of that harness, through two wire insulations (both wires were black with red spots or something like that but there were alot of wires in the bundle--had to look at all of them to confirm no others were worn through) of the two wires that go to the ignition system and waa laa shorted straight to the engine block which is ground. I picked up on this tip that wires get worn thru at this spot via the internet. Anyway, using electrical tape and such and using tie wraps to pull the harness up away from the engine block, this fixed the problem. It took awhile even after the internet tip cuz it is just that way working on cars. I had blown several fuses befor getting a 'resettable' 30 amp fuse and hooking it up....I thought the problem was in the ignition switch in the steering column...it wasn't...All that to say, I tried a lot of things before finding the tip on the internet of where the short could be. I took pics and such. If you'd like me to post pics let me know.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
I was JUST working on a similar problem at work. It was a 2006 Altima SE with improper seat operation. It would ONLy go up/down on the bottom section of the seat. The recline and slide didnt work at all. It was looked at by different dealer and they couldn't fix it, so it end it up at my dealer ship. Since some of the features of the power seat are working, that means that you have power going to the switch. The switch provides ground for the whole circuit. The wires coming from the switch got chaffed and switch burned up. I installed new seat switch ($150 or so for the switch) and the whole seat bursted to life. I am pretty sure that you seat switch in NG.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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