I had taken this to the dealer before at around 48k and they said they couldn't replicate the problem and I should bring it in sometime while it was doing it. I don't what else to tell you except to take it out, check the wiring harness for power and if there is power then I guess the stereo is toast. It will eventually usually hours later start to work again. Nissan normally outfits its low- to mid-level production vehicles with a cheaper radio than its premium or flagship cars. The dealer special order a new radio.
Can any body please please help me? The rear passenger side bumper was loose. So I finally got a hold of the dealer and they say that my Infiniti does not have any kind of anti-theft feature for the radio. I fought a long hard battle just to get it fixed. You can only hear them, if on the stereo settings you switch the balance to the right side, only then can you only hear them but the sound is quite low with no bass at all. I can get the system to work but have to guess what mode its in.
It will eventually usually hours later start to work again. If you find that your sound comes back on if you open and shut the door, that may be the problem, or it could be a ground issue. They check the fuse and wall were ok. It does happen more often in the summer, but it just happened the other day, when temps were in the 20s F! I was sent home in a vehicle that was unsafe and they did not want to fix this last time and were denying the car had any problem. The primary function of the intake manifold is to evenly distribute the combustion mixture or just air in a direct injection engine to each intake port in the cylinder head s. The hazard switch failed, the windshield wiper would stick intermittently. If you can locate the faulty ground wire on your own, you'll need to remove it, clean the surface that it is secured to and re-secure the ground wire.
Answered on Mar 18, 2019 you need to have some software like you would use on the ecu but for the central locking unit instead. The consumer stated she heard a cracking noise coming from under the hood, the right rear tire had a leak, the window regulator was replaced, the shift knob was screwed on too far which was making it difficult for the consumer to shift gears. Eventually the car wouldn't start and I was told I needed a new engine. I went to pick up the car and found out that the stereo system will not turn on. I have 2005 Quest 3. I have been experiening the same problem. They both even work on my iPhone when I'm in a call.
The controls just go dead. Please what is the warranty on the Stereo system. One owner - 142,000 miles. If your radio is malfunctioning, you may not be able to tune in any radio stations or you may only be able to get one station, or the stations may not come in clearly. I need to know if the stereo has blown or can be resetted or something. They say that the battery has nothing to do with it. Depending on what component s go bad, it's possible that something was weak and a voltage surge from jump starting or charging took it out? To solve this problem, you'll need to have the radio replaced with one that has a higher output amplifier, or you'll need to have the speakers replaced.
It does have a lighter socket type thing so wondering if that could somehow work? I looked everywhere in the car and can't find the aux input or any kind of plug in spot where I could plug my iphone in for music. Because the radio system's wiring harness can get quite complex, you probably will have to have this serviced by a qualified mechanic. The left side seems to work ok for example when I try tu unblock it slides only halfway, I can play music and rewind but not forwardwithout unblock Siri can be accesed but doesn't respond. The right front and rear speakers don't work. But I had them register the complaint within the warranty period 58k miles , so my hopes that if it resurfases after the warranty exparation, I should have a good case on my hands. If the sound stops when you turn off the engine, you may have feedback being generated through the power leads on the Nissan's alternator or ignition.
Answered on Jul 10, 2018 In contrast, an exhaust manifold collects the exhaust gases from multiple cylinders into a smaller number of pipes - often down to one pipe. Your Nissan car radio may, over time, start to malfunction. On Monday he called back and said Nissan said they would not fix the problem under warranty. Listen for a humming sound coming through the audio system while the car is running. Well, I looked in my owner's manual for any mention of a radio anti-theft feature or the code to unlock my radio. I don't believe that the radio just gave up all of a sudden. This was a rental car.
So now that it is summer, I took it back - repair guys knew what it was doing but said I was now out of warranty 65k I called 800 Nissan 1 and they called back saying dealer couldn't replicate the problem - I should take it over when it is happening. The current vehicle has had 1 new engine, 1 exhaust manifold, 2 window regulators, 2 new windows, three new door speakers, two shift knobs, 1 timing belt tensioner, 1 third brake light, and is in the process of getting it's third engine. It also can mean the speaker cone may have ripped. From that day on the radio wont turn off either when pressing the turn off button. If you have a voltmeter or test light, you can check for power and ground at the fuse block and also at the radio itself to help locate the fault.
It sounds like an internal radio issue and will probably need to be replaced. Several repair attempts were made but none of them were successful. Make sure you check them out as well. None of the audio controls work and the display is blank. If you suspect that signal strength is not the issue, you may have a faulty antenna wire. Over time, however, you may begin to experience audio problems that are directly related to the Nissan's radio.
I am taking it back to the dealer to have them check it out again. Answered on Oct 30, 2017. In some cases, a broken wire or bad connection in the where they pass through into a door can also cut off the sound altogether rather than just cutting off the sound to one speaker. The car no longer has warranty and I don't have the money for a new engine at this point in time. The gauges didn't warn me of any problems before hand. This is my fourth Nissan and I love the way they drive - is the company really willing to lose a customer over a display? Are you trying to install a new stereo with bluetooth or you want to integrate a bluetooth device with your existing car radio? I am thinking about whether to replace the radio unit myself. I guess it's outta warranty?? You'll need to have the antenna checked and replaced if necessary by a qualified mechanic.