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post #1 of 10 Old 12-31-2012, 10:31 AM Thread Starter
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I have a 2007 murano and my radio recently stopped working. I hear a buzzing sound from my speakers every now an then though but never any music
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Do you have the base or BOSE model? When you put in a CD does it accept the CD? Do you hear the CD?

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No I can't hear the cd just a buzzing sound
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The fact that the head unit accepts the CD means you have power going to it.

Do you have the base or BOSE model? The reason I ask is because the BOSE model has a separate power amp.

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It's bose
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The BOSE system has a separate power amp behind the rear seat. Check that the connector on the power amp is properly seated.

Also check the fuses to ensure none have blown.

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They're all good
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What else could it be?
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You have checked the easy and inexpensive fixes (fuses, loose connectors, etc.), now you are left with only the tough and expensive ones. It is plausible either you power amp or head unit is fried.

There used to be a shop in the Northeast called One Stop Video Shop that would take your head unit and/or amp and repair it for a flat fee, but unfortunately their link no longer works - Index of /

That's a shame because several members used them and I do not recall any negative feedback.

Check online, there may be other shops that can repair the units. Or you could source a new one on eBay or at a salvage yard.

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You have checked the easy and inexpensive fixes (fuses, loose connectors, etc.), now you are left with only the tough and expensive ones. It is plausible either you power amp or head unit is fried.

There used to be a shop in the Northeast called One Stop Video Shop that would take your head unit and/or amp and repair it for a flat fee, but unfortunately their link no longer works - Index of /

That's a shame because several members used them and I do not recall any negative feedback.

Check online, there may be other shops that can repair the units. Or you could source a new one on eBay or at a salvage yard.

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i have the same issues. so basically its either a bad alternator or a bad head unit? is it possible to switch out the amp to an aftermarket one if it is indeed a dead amp? i have a few amps laying around and im inclined to swap them out if possible?
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