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Originally posted by hedgehog
For all of those with older Nissan Murano's, I *highly* recommend the PAC Auxiliary Audio input... I too (as you can see from the prior posting) was looking for an iPod only interface...after a complete non-response from dealers, this forum and contacting the various vendors I gave the $99 option a shot. It resulted in me running two RCA patch cables to my glove box (completely hidden though the console area - completed in 2 hours) and now allows me to use an iPod, Zune and even the kids DVD player and games. It was cheaper, easy to install (even in my "odd" configuration, non-SAT, Bose) and just plain 'ole works. The quality is as good or better than the CD even though, I too, was skeptical about using the audio input over a direct iPod connection. It also provides two inputs so I can switch between iPod/Zune and/or the kids games whereas I'd be locked with an iPod only. (Charging is fine because I store that in the interior glove box -- yes two cables -- but doesn't impact me enough to care.)
Also, the more I looked into the iPod interfaces there were some serious limitations with how many characters would display (limited to 14, I think?) and the skipping of tracks was supposed to be flaky. Try the $99 solution first, and worst case, return it to amazon -- they have a 30 day return / refund policy.
Had I reviewed it on Amazon, I'd be giving it 5 stars...(i didn't have any of the 3 problems listed..and if a ground loop isolation is needed, it's cheap.)
Originally posted by murano2007kobe
I am also interested in hooking up my Ipod in my 07 Murano with Bose stereo, pre-wired for SAT, and without NAV.
From reading a million forums, the NIssan part numbers were 999U7-VS000 (harness) and 999U7-VR002 (adapter) to hook the ipod into the satellite plug behind the rear seats. However, my local Nissan guy says now that 999U7-VR002 is now gone and replaced by 999U7-ST002. I have no idea if this still works? As the parts are officially for a Titan, he has no idea if this will work in a Murano.
Since I lease the car, I'd like to avoid screwing around with the radio and hooking up the ipod behind there. I'd rather just plug it into the rear satelitte input.
Can anyone help?
Originally posted by QuickTicket
Jasher - Have you tried the iPhone 3g with the 999U7-ST002, and if so does it charge the phone as well? Lots of adapters don't seem to charge the new 3g because Apple dropped the fire wire charging for all their newest generation devices.
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