2006 Nissan Titan: Radio-CD Will Not Power Off/Volume Stuck/No Display
I am not able to control or change any radio/CD/DVD settings either manually or via the steering wheel buttons. The radio/CD player will not power off. Also, I cannot change the radio station, nor can I change the volume, and there is not viewable Display on the Navigation/Control Screen. Unfortunately, the volume is stuck at a rather loud setting; to temporarily deal with the situation I placed a blank CD in the player.
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The code could be written on the radio itself. if not then check the radio is genuine Nissan and was new with the truck if so take all information to your Nissan dealer and they should be able to find the code for you. Probably need ID and ownership details also as the code is primarily a security to avoid thefts of the radio units..
Was the radio an aftermarket installation? If this is the case, then the power source for the radio is probably on all the time (like the cigarette lighter, for instance). There are power sources that shut off when the key is in the off position. Change to one of those circuits.
Hope this helps.
I had similar issues with my audio being mute intermittenly. I ended up being a penny in the CD player slot. (I think the previous owners kid put a penny thru the CD player slot) It also shorted out my DVD system, the DVD player would not come on. The dealership where I bought it seen me to GV Electronics to have my DVD player replaced, and they removed my CD Player and heard change banging around in the Player. After dis assembling it, they found the penny. Everytime I hit a bump or go over railroad tracks, the audio would mute.