No need to get to the back of the radio to connect this unit as it will broadcast over an fm frequency. But if you have have issues with static, you may need to install an FM Direct Adapter which plugs into the back of your car stereo where the antenna plugs in now. Professional installation is advised, but not required. If you need more specific help, let me know.
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I have the same problem with a 2010 Murano. It doesn't happen in the winter like you said. It has to do with the air conditioner or with humidity. I just drove today with the AC off and the problem went away. It could be a power problem or a moisture problem.
I agree with Mike. The same thing happened to my 2007 Murano after I needed to get a battery jump -- my screen went black, no back-up camera, couldn't turn on radio or HVAC.
Brought it into my dealership who changed the battery, then they wanted to run a diagnostic (around $105/hr). I asked about the fuses, and thankfully, as it turns out, it was the "back-up battery fuse." Just paid for the battery and labor for that, and the fuse.