8 steps to install a 2001-2011 Nissan Frontier head unit

If you owe a 2001-2011 Nissan Frontier, would you install a car head unit by yourself or have it installed by the professional technician? Some of car owners may doubt if they really can install a head unit by themselves. As a matter of fact, the installation is so easy that it ‘s probably to install a Nissan Frontier head unit at your home. However, if you don’t have any experience on how to install a head unit, it’s wise that you ask a car stereo upgrade technician for help. Or incorrect installation may cause irreparable damage to the new head unit. The installation instruction is shared with you as a reference in the following.

2001 to 2011 Nissan Frontier after installation

2001 to 2011 Nissan Frontier after installation

Precautions:

  1. Please apply the parking brake before the installation.
  2. For your safety, please disconnect the negative cable on the vehicle battery.
  3. Please prepare a lever and a screwdriver for the installation.

 

The below is the detailed guide to install a 2001-2011 Nissan Frontier head unit :

 

Step 1:

Use a screwdriver to remove two screws above the Nissan Frontier radio.

2001 to 2011 Nissan Frontier installation step 1

2001 to 2011 Nissan Frontier installation step 1

Step 2:  Remove the trim panel.

Please wedge a flat tip screwdriver under the trim panel and pry up on it to remove the trim panel. To protect the trim from being accidentally scratched, you can use a clean rag while prying up on the trim panel.

2001 to 2011 Nissan Frontier installation step 2

2001 to 2011 Nissan Frontier installation step 2

Step 3: Unscrew the four screws which are holding the factory radio in place with a screwdriver. Then gently take the factory radio off the panel.

2001 to 2011 Nissan Frontier installation step 3

2001 to 2011 Nissan Frontier installation step 3

Step 4: Disconnect the radio antenna in the back of the factory radio and unplug the electrical plugs running to the back of the radio.

2001 to 2011 Nissan Frontier installation step 4

2001 to 2011 Nissan Frontier installation step 4

Step 5: Connect the antenna in the back of the new head unit and plug the electrical plugs running to the back of the radio. If you have any question on how to connect the antenna to new head unit, please take the user manual as a reference or turn to the dealer for a wiring diagram.

 

Step 6: Turn on the new head unit to have a careful check if it works well with your car. If it doesn’t, please check whether all the cables are connected correctly.

 

Step 7: After the test, please put the new head unit into the dash.

 

Step 8: Install all the screws and the trim panel into their original place.

 

 

Hope this step-by-step instruction may help you to replace your 2001-2011 Nissan Frontier factory radio.

 

To make your upgrade for your 2001-2011 Nissan Frontier radio, first of all, you need to have a right 2001-2011 Nissan Frontier head unit which can be compatible with your car. Here I’d like to recommend a high-end head unit from Seicane which can perfectly fit a 2001-2011 Nissan Frontier:

 

http://www.seicane.com/nissan-universal-dvd-cd-radio-mp5-player-oem-navigation-system-with-gps-pop-bt-e-book-3d-map-autoradio-3g-wifi-file-management-c001

 

 

This Sat Nav In Dash DVD Head Unit with WINCE 6.0 CORE operation system for 2001-2011 Nissan Frontier is a remarkable navigation system as well as an excellent multimedia player. There are so many practical and entertainment features for music lovers and car stereo enthusiasts. With gps navigation system built-in, you will have no trouble in finding the unfamiliar or even hard-to-find locations within the least time. This high quality DVD player will also add a large amount of entertainment for your families and passengers during the tiring and boring long trip. The reverse camera is also supported for parking. Take your in-car environment to next level with this amazing 2001-2011 Nissan Frontier head unit with you!

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