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A few new upgrades to my 04 MO

So my tax money helped me add a few new upgrades to my MO. I added the JVC NT-810HDT DDin Headunit, tinted the windows, and installed a HID Fog Light Conversion kit. The pics seem to make it green but it is a very even blueish white light. I like it so far. This was a SL with Bose and OEM NAV.







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looks nice, enjoy your upgrades!
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Looks Nice!

Great job...Metra definitely helped us out with the double din kit the made. Check out my 07 MO...i started working on it in September 2012 for my birthday since then i have done loads of work...will post more pics soon!
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Looks good dude! Any other mods planned?
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yea i added a center console dvd system, a rear entertainment system, i added audi day time running lights. im planning to fog my head lights and tail lights soon..what are your plans for your MO?
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yea i added a center console dvd system, a rear entertainment system, i added audi day time running lights. im planning to fog my head lights and tail lights soon..what are your plans for your MO?

Mine has the factory dvd in the console...I just recieved my HR Springs today and plan on maybe adding a small system to it. Thats about it,,,,,for now
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do you know what kind of speakers you wanna go with? i used soundstream...sound is so clear and amazing!

i have all mid range speakers by sound stream
2- 4in in the dash
2- 6x9 in the front door
2- 6 1/2 in rear doors
2- 10in in custom box in trunk



2- 10in jl subs custom boc in trunk
2- 4in bullet tweeters in custom box in trunk

sound stream crossover and equalizer in dash compartment

3-1300 watt audio pipe amplifier

this can give you an idea of what you might want to do to your MO
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This is just a personal thing, but that front bar system really kills the front end look. I've never been a fan of those on our MO's.

Now if you went with an aero kit or did some skirt work on the front with custom grille's, then I"d be down with that.

All the other stuff is fantastic. I've been looking to get screens for the rear passengers.

After 142K miles, my MO is history. Now sporting a loaded silver 2012 Ford Edge Limited with 20" wheels.
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I actually have a pair of JL components for the doors and dash...Looking to possibly upgrade the rears and maybe 1 10" Alpine Sub for a lil fill. Today I replaced all interior lights with white led bulbs and this was a cheap mod that actually impressed me,,lol
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LoZ dominicanos in da house great.job dominicano... mo looking good..

i have on my 03 murano
installed not yet completed
2 jl amps
2 Beyma in the rear doors
2 Evs in the rear
2 15 in Punch subs in a box


need to finish
1.BATTERY
2.CAP
3.ALPINE OR PIONEER DDDIN WITH METRA
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what kind of hid fog light kit did u install? iam tryin to put one together
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what kind of hid fog light kit did u install? iam tryin to put one together
I dont know what actually kit he used but it was a simple plug and play with ballast.
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hey all, installed this metra kit along with a pioneer DDIN headunit. The HVAC (air conditioning) controls at the bottom works, but the top row buttons for (Trip / maintenance) are not working at all. I recall hooking up everything in the back correctly to the metra kit, is there a specific cable I need to check for which controls the top row buttons? I noticed the top row buttons are not lite up like the bottom controls for the HVAC. Thanks for any input.
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All mine light up so it may be a bad connection. Only issue I have with this kit is it not being able to work my steering wheel controls after it claimed they would still be operable after the code was set...set and reset code over 10 times and still dont work.
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I probably over looked something during the install process, Do you know where this plugs into (circled in red) The other end of the black connector plugs into the metra kit control panel. I was able to find a mating plug on the murano side for the white plug. But I couldn't find anything to match up to plug for the black connector (circled in red) , so i just left it unplugged. Any ideas? Thanks in advance

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