I suggest you be very careful doing this!
The light dimming system on most Nissan's (including the Rogue) is accomplished by varying the voltage on the GROUND side of the lighting circuit. Some refer to this as a 'variable ground'. In effect the voltage on the illumination wire actually increases when the dimmer is turned down. The Rogue and newer Nissan's are a bit different as the use PWM (a series of pulses with varying on time) to accomplish the same variable ground.
Where you get in trouble is hooking up aftermarket audio. Aftermarket stereo illumination is internally connected to ground. By connecting an aftermarket stereo directly to the illumination wire, you are effectively bypassing the dimmer. This usually results in a few things and none of them are good:
1) The dimmer no longer works2) The dash and stereo lights may illuminate very dimly if at all.3) The dimmer module may fail. (I managed to do this once myself BTW. Lesson learned!) In the case of the Rogue, you would have to replace the entire gauge cluster as the dimmer is located there.
For more information, I suggest reading up on the Rogue FSM, INL Sections, Pg 12 & 34.
As for a solution...
I don't have one. I have to do some research....