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Old 08-20-2013, 12:18 PM   #81
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My 96 infinti i30 was recently stolen and was recovered without rims, and the whole front console was missing. I bought a a front console from a 1998 i30 consisting of the ac controls, the CD player, and cassette player.

My question is if the console from the 98 i30 will be compatible with my 96 I30...? Please I need some help.

I noticed that the 98 had a 6 cd changer in the trunk where as my 96 doesn't. I just need the tape player or main CD player to work along with my ac controls.s
The a/c controls are different between a 96 and a 98. The 98 controls have one additional button and the electrical connector is wired differently, even though it is the same plastic connector. Do not plug it in!

The Bose radio should work fine. The 6 CD player is a separate unit and plugs into the back of the Bose radio. If you don't have it, not a problem.
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Old 11-04-2013, 06:38 AM   #82
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I30, 2000

How close are the specs of the 1990 to the 2000? i'm interested in the Bose system as my cd player went on the blink,

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how do you save your stations on a 98 infiniti i30 bose raido?

I have a 96 i30 with a 98 radio but I don't know how to set the stations to the preset buttons so I don't have to flip thru channels to find my favorite stations. thanks for any help.
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2/3 RCA Preouts? What voltage?

Awesome thread! Thanks for all the valuable information.

I have a 1999 Infiniti I30. I want to replace the OEM deck with an aftermarket head-unit with bluetooth capabilities. I think I got most of my answers reading this thread but I am still confused about two things.

Do I buy a head-unit with:
1) 2 RCA Preamp OR 3 RCA preamp output
2) Should these Preamp outputs be 2V or 4V?

AFAIK, all the parts in the car stereo are OEM.

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Old 09-18-2014, 08:26 AM   #85
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I have a 96 i30 with a 98 radio but I don't know how to set the stations to the preset buttons so I don't have to flip thru channels to find my favorite stations. thanks for any help.
I hope you found the answer by now, but if you haven't, you set the presets by tuning to the station you want and then press and keep holding the button that you want that station to be on. You have to hold the button down for a few seconds. I can't remember if it beeps when the preset has been done.
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For those of you replacing BOSE

I have a 1995 maxima GLE and i have had to do extensive research to figure out what he hell the noise is from my speakers. DO NOT PLUG A NEW HEAD UNIT INTO THE BOSE AMPS. Each speaker has it's own amp with the bose sytem, ion the 1995 model, not a centralized on, and this system is a low-frequency system. This means you can have the crappiest head unit in the world, and you will still blow the amps. In order for your system to work, you will need:

Scosche CNN03 Wiring Interface, containing:
-4 speaker-level inputs
-output level adjustments for all four channels

The Scosche CNN03 wiring interface allows you to integrate a high-powered aftermarket receiver into select 1994-up Nissan and Infiniti vehicles with premium factory systems. The package includes the OEA-4 adapter and a Nissan-specific harness. The OEA-4 unit has output-level gain controls for each of its four channels which can be adjusted to properly match the new receiver to the factory amplifier.
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I probably connected wrong but is the power antenna suppose to work like normal as in when deck is on the antenna rises or is that function lost due to using a aftermarket deck
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On just about all aftermarket head units, the antenna will extend whenever the head unit is turned on, regardless of what feature/function you are using and lower when you turn it off.

If the antenna isn't rising or it never goes down, then you probably wired it wrong.

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