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    i have a connector in the trunk of my 2003 nissan altima that i think is for a multi-disc changer, but i am not sure

    i did some googling, and searching here, and did not find much.

    if anyone has a 2003 or there about nissan altima, and/or can identify the connector i would greatly apreciated it.

    the connector is located on the drivers side, inside the trunk compartment at the edge of the carpet near the rear deck. if need be i'll find a place to host a picture.
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    no such thing as a multi disc changer in the trunk..... only way you could have multi disc is if you had the bose factory system and that has a in dash 6 disc changer....

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    • #3
      trunk connector

      attached is the picture of the connector that is in the trunk of my nissan altima.

      how can i check to see if i have the bose system? i'm pretty sure i do from the way it sounds.
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      • #4
        anyone?
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        • #5
          I'm with cj 8501, there is no trunk cd changer for the 03 and up altima's are you sure thats the right year. If you had the bose system you would see it written on the radio on the front and on the speaker grille, the amp is also be located in the trunk under the rear deck.

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          • #6
            my guess is a trailer wiring harness? clip on a test light and see if it lights up with the tails and brake lights...

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            • #7
              Originally posted by CTS_V View Post
              my guess is a trailer wiring harness? clip on a test light and see if it lights up with the tails and brake lights...
              i doubt it is for a trailer, this is a car....

              and i guess i do not have a bose system, but what ever this thing is is tied into the audio system...i've been playing with a DMM
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              • #8
                i can guarentee you its not with audio system..... head over to nissanclub.com and post this in the 3rd gen discussion area. And since you have a 2.5, you most likely have the crappy ndss system. Easy way to check.... should say bose on the headunit, speakers in rear doors, speaker grilles in back should say Bose on them, etc. My guess is that its either with the tail lights, spoiler light, 3rd break light, or a combination of those..... ive been in the back of mine and actally have never seen it. Ill look for it this weekend

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                • #9
                  I agree with CJ8501. I think it is probably for the tail lights. I can't tell if those wires are red or red/blue (might want to try out the macro feature). I looked at the wiring diagram for your car. Most of the wires for the parking lights and tail lights are Red/Blue (Red wire with a blue tracer).

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by walky_talky20 View Post
                    I agree with CJ8501. I think it is probably for the tail lights. I can't tell if those wires are red or red/blue (might want to try out the macro feature). I looked at the wiring diagram for your car. Most of the wires for the parking lights and tail lights are Red/Blue (Red wire with a blue tracer).

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                    no red/blue....have 3 red/purple
                    a couple of red/green, purple/white purple/red, red/purple
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                    • #11
                      bose amp most likely. That plug looks familiar, i've done a few newer sentras with bose and that plug is located under the rear deck. I haven't checked my 3rd genner yet. I drive my 2nd gen daily and my bro has the 3rd gen...

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                      • #12
                        hopefully when i leave work today, i'll be able to stop by the nissan dealer on the way home, and find out what it is(will post it here, in case it comes up again for someone else)
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by bobdenar9
                          I use mp3 connector I found at http://www.nissanaltimaipodmp3.com/ for my old nissan altima.
                          It works with all ipods/mp3 players any device which can have a earphone connection can be connected to the car stereo.
                          It gives really high quality sound as no quality is lost in transmitting the music from ipod to the car radio/cd system.
                          did you even read the thread? none of this has anything to do with the plug he was looking at identifying.
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