1999 Nissan Maxima Keyless remote, power antenna, & clock problem
I have a 1999 Nissan Maxima both me & my spouses key less remotes don't work. The power antenna doesn't work & in dash clock doesn't work. Not sure which fuse is for clock or power antenna or key less remote but checked fuses under driver side dash and under hood near battery & they were all ok. clock has had problems for along time not keeping time & dimming. But now can't see it at all. My key less remote has been on & off for a little while but doesn't work at all now. My spouses worked fine & just suddenly stopped working. We changed the batteries in the remotes but that didn't fix it. We tried reprogramming remotes by closing doors locking doors using main driver side power lock switch on door panel. Inserting key in & out of ignition 6-10x's in 10 sec. But hazard lights never flashed. Car Battery was recently changed & I think that after that is when my Spouses key less remote stopped working. the only other thing that might be relevant is we had trailer lights wiring added a couple years ago. that may have been when clock started acting funny but I can't really remember. It might not be relevant at all! Any suggestion are appreciated!
Re: 1999 Nissan Maxima Keyless remote, power antenna, &...
Fuse # 40 involves keyless remote, antenna, vanity lights, dash board clock, security system indicator light and garage door indicator light on driver side visor. One easy way to tell if the fuse is blown is if both visor lights are out. It's easy to overlook the fuse because it's labeled in white background black letter "electronic parts". It's in the fuse box under the driver side dash. The fuse is a 7.5A located in extreme upper Right hand corner o 1999 Nissan Maxima. If this fuse keep blowing after replacement it's probably due to a short. Consider any non factor installed wiring/electronic as the first place to look!
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Yes it does most of the time Billy, I will advise you to re-program your remote again like what you did last time when you first got it. And if you need to change batteries again, do it one by one so that programmed on your remote will not remove.
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Yes it has a bluetooth capability Tony. Based on the article about 2004 Nissan Maxima: The extensive list of high-tech options offered includes a navigation system and Bluetooth integration. The iPod interface is probably the most praised feature by consumers.
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Probably. Check the model of your TV and try the Samsung parts store. http://www.samsungparts.com/Default.aspx has a whole section of remote controls. Sites like remotes.com also sell replacement remotes and has exact replacement remotes for some TVs. (For remotes.com, search by tv model only leave off the brand in the search box.)
I hope this helps.
Cindy Wells (samsung's parts store tends to have the remotes for less than remotes.com)
Hey buddy this is the problem with your bluetooth antenna. I think you have given the phone for service in some local service centres. Your bluetooth antenna is misplaced. Just give it to any authorized service centres of sony ericsson. They will fix it. If it is lost you have to pay rs 550/- for a new one
its not that wrong push button man..,you'r fone was grounded... 1st man go check all the buttons.. if it bounce back all then your buttons work... ...but if you found either one does'nt bounce back... thats it... go to your nearest service center.... but if all working fine ... man your phone is grounded and service center only can fix that...