You would be able to replace the factory unit in seconds. It's the clean way to install it. All the wire colors on the adapter are the same as your aftermarket deck. It does save time and effort.goheelsbaby wrote:Why am i going to pay $20 for something when if had this information i could do it myself in about 5 min...thanks for the help
IMHOgoheelsbaby wrote:Why am i going to pay $20 for something when if had this information i could do it myself in about 5 min...thanks for the help
I just got done a few weeks ago with my own amp/sub install. Just somethings to let you be aware of..i think the 1.6 will be the same as mine - I had to take off the air intake parts and remove the battery to be able to view the firewall grommet that the wires go through.goheelsbaby wrote:dont i know it...but the mpg's do ease a little of the pain : ) so as soon as i stopped being hard headed i started from the beginning with the adapter and had it all in within 20 min sounds great now to run power to my amp and 12" thanks for setting me straight guys
What a PERFECT time for a CAI.Andries wrote:
I had to take off the air intake parts and remove the battery to be able to view the firewall grommet that the wires go through.
Confirmed!sfxc13 wrote:I believe I figured out the correct wiring for 2009 Versa Hatchback. Once I finish my install I will confirm.
White - Left Front +Brown - Left Front - Purple - Left Rear -Red - Left Rear +
Green Right Front +Blue Right Front-Teal Right Rear -Gray Right Rear +
Teal* - ignition wireblack - groundorange - illumination
* there are two teal wires. Before cutting pay attention to which teal is group with the speaker wire (8 wires without spaces on head) versus which is grouped with power (3 wires separated from others)
Everything you need to know is in this link right here: http://www.nicoclub.com/articles.php?id=227206fastback65 wrote:I just bought a 2009 Versa sedan w/o radio and would like to know how do you pull the radio cover off to install a aftermarket radio.
Cool. That seems to work, but the radio reception is terrible. I used the antenna adapter that came with my wiring harness, but it has a blue wire that I don't know were it goes. Is that why I have terrible reception? If so, where do I connect it?sfxc13 wrote:Confirmed!