The salvage yards that process orders through our service are verified as reputable, so you can be sure you are getting quality Nissan parts for a whole lot less than what you would pay if you purchased a new speaker cover at a Nissan dealer. Anyone have any idea where I can order this? It is the charcol grey in color. This site is in no way affiliated with Nissan North America, Inc. Before reinstalling everything, it was time to crank it up. Locate and buy used Nissan Maxima speaker covers and other Maxima parts by submitting a through PartRequest.
Be sure to use gloves. I think I may have what your looking for. I know many have claimed installing foam mattress pads on their rear deck has fixed their rattle. Came to around 60 bucks. Fold back seat down and remove the 2 bolts on the back of each seat at the bottom 3. Pull up on the rear seat to remove it. Factory connections will need to be cut and wire ends will need to be put on them.
The sub sounds significantly clearer and stronger and is much tighter than before. However, the sub sounded really weak. Get multiple quotes from junk yards and auto wreckers who compete for your business. Once again, any info will be greatly appreciated. Unhook plastic snaps below rear deck that hold the deck cover on 7. Remove bottom seat cushion pull two white tabs under seat 2.
I used it to do my plate and still have enough left to do my front speakers later. I didn't add deader all the way back to assure the deck could still slide into the blue plastic clips: Copyright © 2003-2009. It will work itself out far enough that you can pull it out with your fingers: Sub mounting tray before Silencer was applied: Sub mounting tray with Silencer. Steps to remove the rear deck in order: 1. Used Speaker Covers for the Nissan Maxima for Sale Get a great deal! Our large network of salvage yards ensures that you'll be able to find used Nissan Maxima speaker covers quickly, all from the comfort and convenience of your home or office.
Remove black plastic trim around trunk pass through 4. I dont want to break anything. Two spots: General resonance from the metal around the sub and significant rattles from 2 of my 3 seatbelt units. I also removed the metal sheet the sub mounts to and added Silencer to it as well. Is it clipped in or are there hidden screws somewhere? You will get a sense of satisfaction knowing that you saved money and got your car running like new by repairing it with a top-quality, used speaker cover. Obiviously a loose connection maybe speaker wire connection at the back of the radio Next question is has anyone taken off the trim cover over the radio? I still have many parts left over. The stereo in my 05 Altima abruptly quit while driving down the road.
To replace the front speakers, you'll need to pry off the door panels at least enough so that you can get a screw driver in there. This is a generic sound deadener that's supposed to be comparable to Dynamat Extreme. Disconnected the battery with no change. Remove 2 side seat pieces by removing bolt at bottom and lifting up 5. In most cases a stock clarion amplifier will run the stock speakers.
Where do you check the fuses at as I thought it might just be the speakers because, all of the lights are on for the radio and it spins and goes through the cd tracks. Does this car have a bose system in it? Could this be a blown fuse somewhere? Then it hit me, no shocker, the seats are out. Instructions are for entertainment purposes only. The Grill covering the speakers just pops out: Open the door. I live in London, Ontario Canada.
In this day and age it just does not make sense to pay top dollar for a new speaker cover when a used speaker cover for your Nissan Maxima will get your car on the road again. The front door speakers are 2-ohm, bass-channel. I got a used seat from a wreck and used the parts I needed - seat track and electronics. Obviously removing the seatbelts isn't an option for a permanent fix, so I ran out to Circuit City and bought a door kit of Tsunami Silencer 12 sq. Get the best deal possible by letting salvage yards compete for your business! I'm having the same problem with my radio. Then remove three torque screws.
I removed the seatbelts from the car completely and found this to be true. Once again, any info will be greatly appreciated. What should I do because, I like to hear music when I'm riding. I can send pictures of whats left. Remove the rear dash and unscrew speakers from the top. Answerrear speakers are 6x9 door speakers are 5x7 the rear dash must be removed to access rear speakers also make sure the magnet of the new 6x9s isn't to big or it will get caught on your trunk spring Try to use the Nissan speaker adapters plugs so you don't need to… Depending on the year, I'm going to assume 4th gen '95-'99. Most off-the-shelf speakers are either 4-ohm or 8-ohm multi-way speakers.