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THERE IS A LITTLE ROUND PLUG IN THE BACK OF THE RADIO RIGHT BESIDE THE ANTENNA PLUG I HAVE THE OTHER PLUGS IN BUT THE WIRES AND WHERE THEY GO FOR THE ROUND PLUG.I DO NOT HAVE THE PLUG BUT I'LL MAKE IT IF I KNEW THE WIRING P.S.-THE WIRING WAS RIPED OUT FOR A NEW RADIO NOW I WANT TO PUT BACK THE OLD ONE

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Well depending on the year of the nissan you should only have two square plugs and the round plug with two holes in it is for the antenna. let me know what year maxima it is and if you have the bose option and i will let you know what you should have there.

n the round antenna plug with the two pins takes an adapter when a aftermarket radio is installed and that adapter may still be on there and if you have the factory radio it will look like it doesn't belong. is this the issue? well either way give me that info and i will let you know what you should have

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