Question about 2002 Nissan Altima
So many Nissan radios fail that it is a business for some folks here.
Bad solder connections are the main failure (flow solder machine at subcontractor site may be set wrong). Anyway, you would be better off simply installing a double din radio from an outside source. You can add DVD player, 7-inch screen display (motorized), GPS etc. for under 400 bucks if you stay clear of domestic suppliers.
Go to the source... I have used eonon .com to find my last 2 radios... with TV, DVD, CD, GPS and some have more.... check it out..
You can google a Nissan radio repair tech in your area and discuss cost (and method of removal from your car). Then I suspect that you will consider a multifunction, double-din device...
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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