Lizjuke60 wrote:Hi everyone, sorry not been on here for a while.quick question, does anyone know if you can replace the old style cd player(nissan) with the newer satnav version?Hope everyone is doing welllizIn a Juke I assume You can upgrade but will need a few extra pieces of equipment I am not sure exactly what will see if I can find it on a web search the rear camera wont work but everything else should if you add the correct partsalso I am sure you know but you can find the connect units readily available on ebay
im guessing it will be basically the same in a juke , its a simple swap once you have the required parts ie: connect must be from the same vehicle (product code will tell you this) , a patch lead to make the mic work (available from nissan dealer for £11) and a usb port available from holdcrofts (john from holdcrofts is a member here ), make sure if you buy from ebay that the connect comes with the gps aerial and usb lead as these both cost about £100 each to buy if not inc
it still works but each connect is wired to the steering wheel controls differently on each model depending on layout so if you get a different model connect the controls will crosswire so for example the "phone" button would change radio stations and vice versathis would drive me mad so thought id mention it
you cant paul , some are crosswired to other features for power so its not as easy as it sounds , one qq owner spent an entire weekend trying to do just that and in the end he just bought another connect as it was a nightmare , i have the wiring diagram somewhere and its a weird setup , some wires that go direct to a switch also tee off and feed another item so swapping them caused faults elswhere
That's interesting. I wondered if it might be encoded along a serial bus or similar but I didn't realise they would do something like that!I'd be interested to see the wiring diagram if you ever find it.
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