Re: Ipod Interface
Bought it, use it and its better than the auxillary jack. You can only adjust the volume from the steering wheel controls if you have it, for everything else you have to use the radio control buttons but overall easy to do. I installed the kit myself and connected the IPOD Interface cable to the connector located inside the steering wheel console. I drilled my own hole in the glove boxed and ran the cables underneath and behind the radio console so that I wouldn't have to remove the radio panel. The instructions were simple enough and easy to follow.
2004 Smoke Color SE 4 X 4 Crewcab, Off Road Package, Popular Pkg, Util Pkg, Big Tow Pkg
Installed after purchase: Westin Platinum Step Rails, Carriage Bolt Billet Grilles Upper and Lower, TruxedoTonneau Lo Pro Cover, Firestone Ride Rite Air Bags part #2355, Icon Rear shocks, Bilstein Heavy Duty Front Shock
(*Notes Nissan Dealer installation),
Stillen Dual Rear Straight Exhaust Part #509547*
K&N 77 Series Polished Alum Air Mod Kit #6012KP*
Trailmaster Front Coil Spring Leveling Kit #NL220*
Prodigy Brake Controller installed by RV Dealer
2008 Keystone Hideout 27B Travel Trailer with Eaz-Lift 1000/14000 WD and Robins Sway Bar.
Radio mods: Kenwood DNX 9140, Kenwoods Rear Camera, CDT CL62 front/rear speakers with a Sundown 100.4 Amp purchased from tech12volts
Last edited by Jerrygfd; 03-12-2008 at 03:32 PM.