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shutterspeed
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MS Gulf Coast
Member since May 2007
53015 posts

Replacing a 2010 Nissan Maxima Car Radio

Car has 177,000 miles on it and still drives like a dream. Never had any major problems with it, so I'd like to continue driving it for as long as possible. That said, I would like to at least update the radio to something current if I'm going to continue driving it around. Have no idea where to start though. Just looking for something that pairs well with my iPhone. Any recommendations?


gobuxgo5
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Member since Nov 2012
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Best Buy typically does Free Installs on new radio. Last time I did it, I go an apple car play radio with all features on a $229 unit and free install. Added bluetooth, hd radio, etc. Most places were same price for head unit with $99 install and up.


TU Rob
Troy Fan
Birmingham
Member since Nov 2008
12268 posts

Does it have room for a double din? I put a nice pioneer in my old Jeep. Big touchscreen with CarPlay and you could do navigation/Spotify and several other things.


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QuietTiger
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New Orleans
Member since Dec 2003
25861 posts

If you're a DIYer, look into Crutchfield.


HubbaBubba
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F_uck Joe Biden, TX
Member since Oct 2010
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Any recommendations?
YouTube. https://youtu.be/go6trFzzNrs


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Lonnie Utah
The Citadel Fan
Utah!
Member since Jul 2012
15526 posts

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If you're a DIYer, look into Crutchfield.

Gold standard for DYI. It's really not that hard if you are handy.

Here's a start. Crutchfield
This post was edited on 12/27 at 7:36 am


HubbaBubba
LSU Fan
F_uck Joe Biden, TX
Member since Oct 2010
39918 posts

Crutchfield is fine and all, but the best place for cable assemblies and adapters to avoid wire splicing is Metra


weadjust
Member since Aug 2012
12869 posts

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Crutchfield is fine and all, but the best place for cable assemblies and adapters to avoid wire splicing is Metra


Crutchfield's Ready Harness service does all the wiring to the Metra type adapters for you.

If you purchase our ReadyHarness service, we'll pull your new car stereo out of the box, remove its wiring harness, then connect it — wire by wire — to the vehicle-specific harnesses that plug into your vehicle's wiring.

Our wiring pro consults the wiring diagrams for your car stereo and for your vehicle to make sure that every connection is correct. We'll even terminate any unused wires, so you won't have to worry about them.



johnnydrama
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Possibly Trashy
Member since Feb 2010
8390 posts

I'll vouch for Crutchfield as well.


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