Nissan Murano Forum banner

1 - 11 of 11 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
13 Posts
Discussion Starter #1
The link to JAAK's site seems to not work..

Anyone else got instructions with pictures to install the PAC, including yanking the radio..

Grip, you have the pin-outs to the belkin unit, so I can use the line output of an iPOD?
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
118 Posts
Jaak's link worked for me.

http://ca.geocities.com/[email protected]/Main.htm

When I installed the PAC NIS I did not remove the radio. Just remove the 2 panels below the radio and you can access the connectors fairly easily.

I removed the carpeted panel just forward of the panels mentioned above, and stored the PAC unit in there between the heater ducts.

Once the connections are made, you won't want to disconnect and reconnect, so decide where you are going to store the PAC before you connect it so that you can route the wires correctly.
 

·
Moderator
Joined
·
4,601 Posts
Saves some time too, not taking out the radio... Just watch the connectors, they do lock in place. Don't pull on the wires or you may have a hand full of them and no connector. Make sure you release the locking tab on the connector when you try to remove it.

I should take another picture and include that as an alternate way to get to it... You can see in the picture below, that it is possible to get to the back of the radio, but I've not tried it.
 

Attachments

·
Registered
Joined
·
13 Posts
Discussion Starter #4
No Dice

Because my MO has NAV, absoluetely impossible to get my hands back there.. with only removing the bottom cover. Also had to guess which NBUS plug to pull out (prewired for sat) (guessed right first shot around)

Jaak, your instructions were great.. I didn't have to pull out the monitor cover completely, was able to pop out the bottom below the screen enough to get screws out.. Benefit is, if you pull it out, I could cram the PAC and a ground isolator into pocket no problem.. Works like a Charm.. Just ordered one of these, for ipod line level out

http://www.sik.com/imp.php

Anyone got the link to the docs to put in the NAV bypass switch so i can enter in addresses while drivin?? Seach isn't getting me what I want!



JeffC said:
Jaak's link worked for me.

http://ca.geocities.com/[email protected]/Main.htm

When I installed the PAC NIS I did not remove the radio. Just remove the 2 panels below the radio and you can access the connectors fairly easily.

I removed the carpeted panel just forward of the panels mentioned above, and stored the PAC unit in there between the heater ducts.

Once the connections are made, you won't want to disconnect and reconnect, so decide where you are going to store the PAC before you connect it so that you can route the wires correctly.
 

·
Moderator
Joined
·
4,601 Posts
You could try a PM to Generator...

I don't see it either, but the thread for it is here NAV Disclaimer Screen Gone Forever....

Ahhh... Wait, have a look at this...

http://www.nissanmurano.org/forums/showthread.php?postid=27047
On behalf of Generator:

Today I had the pleasant opportunity to meet up with EasternPA. He visited me so I could perform the install of the NONAG circuit. In what seems to be a ritual forming he showed up with a six pack of Hard Lemonade and Coronas. EasternPA Thanks! Just a word of advice though. It is best to leave the Coronas and Lemonade in the bag until the job is complete as I will expalin later.

Here are photos of me and EPA taking the radio and nav controls apart. Very simple procedure.

http://www.radiostationcentral.com/Generator/DSC00201.JPG

http://www.radiostationcentral.com/Generator/DSC00203.JPG

This is a photo of the electonics and a where the signal wire gets soldered. EasternPA was under the impression that the wire got soldered inside the radio. He was pleased to see that it all happens externally.

http://www.radiostationcentral.com/Generator/DSC00206.JPG

http://www.radiostationcentral.com/Generator/DSC00207.JPG

This is where we tapped the power from with two butt connectors.

http://www.radiostationcentral.com/Generator/DSC00216.JPG

This is where the situation got a liitle hairy. Of course boys will be boys. I was showing off the video and audio mods I did in my MO' while putting down some hard lemonade. EPA was showing off his AVelectronis units and putting down some Coronas. Needless to say it got dark real quick. The combination of darkness and drinking has me wiring like I was dyslexic. I wired his cigarette lighter backwards. I got quite a laugh when I put a meter to the outlet and found negative 12 volts there. Thank goodness the NAG circuit wasnt backwards or that thing would have taken a summer vacation. So let this be a lesson boys and girls. Dont drink and MO'.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
13 Posts
Discussion Starter #6

·
Member
Joined
·
136 Posts
I too need help installing PAC(For SAT)

I have the bottom covers off on my non-Bose radio(05 S model). It is very congested back there with about six bundled connectors. I can only see the lower row of four connectors well and none of them seem to be of thematching pin pattern or colors supplied on the PAC power jump bundle(10 pin).

Also, I can not see a receptacle for the 12 pin SAT plug. on the rear right hand side of the radio(passenger) there appears to be a stick on cover-Is the female 12 pin SAT under there?.

Should I pull the radio for accesibiility?

Please bear with me as electronics is not my game.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
13 Posts
Discussion Starter #8
Hey

Pull the radio.. IT's really not a bad job..

Not worth tearing up your fingers trying to get back there. All ya gotta do is pop the cover (Not completely take it off) - at the bottom of the screen.. if you pop it with a screwdriver (covered with a t-shirt) you can bend it up and have access to 2 screws. Other two you already have access to.. Whole assembly comes out in 1 piece..
 

·
Moderator
Joined
·
4,601 Posts
Go here. or click on the link below for the whole web site. (Helps the counter stats too.)



You'll see what you need in the radio removal section and the 2003 harness install (scroll down to where the radio is) as connecting the Pac unit is identical to connecting the harness. If you have newer than 2003, you'll see the harness and have to disconnect it and put the Pac in it's place. The PAC plugs in where the Sat connector would normally go, and taps off power from the radio harness.

 

·
Member
Joined
·
136 Posts
PAC install

Thanks guys-Radio removal is the way to go and Jaak's detailed photo will do it.

This site is great!!!:) :)
 

·
Moderator
Joined
·
4,601 Posts
It sure is! I can't believe it's coming up to three years I've been coming here.... Scary!
 
1 - 11 of 11 Posts
Top