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Proud new owner!! ( What is this accessory? )

Greetings!

This is my first post on this wonderful forum. My wife and I just got a used 2010 white SL Murano that is quickly becoming our favorite car. The previous owner took really good care of it and if I'm not mistaken he/she installed some sort of "hands free device" on it and I'm not quite sure what it is, maybe someone here can shed some light on the subject.
I'm attaching a picture of the two little receivers (microphone, antenna?) attached to the windshield and one of the button found on the panel.
Anybody now what this is? THANKS IN ADVANCE

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Welcome to the forum, congrats on the MO. it could possibly be a Bluetooth device for your phone. Have you tried pairing it?


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Welcome to the forum, congrats on the MO. it could possibly be a Bluetooth device for your phone. Have you tried pairing it?


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That was my initial thought, been reading a lot about aftermarket bluetooth devices for the Murano and can't find this specific unit. I've tried pairing it but I'm not even sure how to do it. The owners manual tells me how to pair my phone to the OEM bluetooth but not for this aftermarket unit.

Thanks!! (I'll post pictures of my iced Murano later today).
Have a good one!

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Do either of those pieces have any details printed on them? #'s or letters?

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It's the ADVENT kit!!

Well, after much research I finally discovered that it's the Advent kit:

Advent : Bluetooth ® Car Kits : NISBTSW2

I haven't paired it with my phone yet, but it looks promising.

Here are a couple of our T-Rex (that's how we call it) frozen in the snow.
I'm so glad I got this car and not the Ford Edge

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Looks great! You'll love this car. My wife is on her second one.
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Welcome and congrats on the Mo (T-Rex)...
The white looks great, esp against the snow. How does it handle in the snow?

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Im getting this kit for my non-bt MO. From here : Advent Univeral BT w/ Nissan 2-Switch. Lets see how it works on my MO.

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Hey watchyman did you get to pair up your phone with this device? If so how's the sound quality?

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-Gentex 453 Auto dimming mirror with home link and compass
-Weathertech floor liners
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Hey yo!!!

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Welcome and congrats on the Mo (T-Rex)...
The white looks great, esp against the snow. How does it handle in the snow?
It works perfectly! At first I was a bit confused because the car doesn't tell you that it is actually riding on AWD. According to the user's manual the AWD will light up on your dash if there is a malfunction.

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Hey watchyman did you get to pair up your phone with this device? If so how's the sound quality?
I paired it up like these:

1.- You make your phone "discoverable".
2.- You press down the button on the dashboard towards the blue symbol and hold it down while it's pairing.
3.- Your phone will pair and it will ask you for the password.
4.- DONE!!

I never turn my phone's bluetooth off so whenever I get in the car it automatically makes a "digital sound" letting me know that it's paired.
The audio quality is good, specially if you are in the drivers seat (mic and speaker are closer to you). If you receive a call while driving the speakers shut down so you hear the ringing through the car, you press "receive" on your actual phone to accept the call and then you take it from there.
I personally try to avoid call while I'm driving so you can say that I'm not that demanding, but all in all I think that it's a really nifty gadget.


Take care guys!

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My wife and I love our MO. Congrats and enjoy it...

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