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I have a 2004 Titan with the factory RF HU. As of right now, I do not have Satellite Radio and I would like to change this. However, I want to make it integrated with my OEM HU, and the SAT button that is already in place.My question is will this work:

Amazon.com: SIRIUS SCC1 Connect Universal Tuner: Electronics

I also found this but it is significantly more expensive and I don't need the auxiliary input, I already have one.

Amazon.com: Complete Sirius Radio System for Satellite Ready NISSAN Plus AUX INPUT (iPod etc): Electronics

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance guys!
 

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I have a similar box set up just for my ipod and another aux input that I use for a scanner. As long as you have the sat button it's just a plug in from the unit in the back of the stock hu. I would guess that the Sirius box is similar. My box works beautifully. Got it from Crutchfield I believe.
 

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The only problem I see is if you want the easiest installation, there should be a harness under your dash already to plug right into the Sirius tuner. I don't know if the ones your looking at will accept the harness that is waiting to be used under your dash. My suggestion is to get the Nissan tuner and antenna kit. Here is the install I did on my 05.
http://www.titantalk.com/forums/tit...24793-2005-titan-le-sirius-radio-install.html
 

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I have a 2004 Titan with the factory RF HU. As of right now, I do not have Satellite Radio and I would like to change this. However, I want to make it integrated with my OEM HU, and the SAT button that is already in place.My question is will this work:

Amazon.com: SIRIUS SCC1 Connect Universal Tuner: Electronics

I also found this but it is significantly more expensive and I don't need the auxiliary input, I already have one.

Amazon.com: Complete Sirius Radio System for Satellite Ready NISSAN Plus AUX INPUT (iPod etc): Electronics

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance guys!
Did you ever find a kit that worked? I was looking at the follwing and wondering if they would work.

The way I read it this allows me to use my plug and play with the SCC1 you showed us. My question is for anyone that has had the nissan radio out is there a plug on the back that matches the one from the SCC1? Crutchfield and TSS radio both list these as compatable. I really want to keep my plug and play as I use it on the weekends with a boom box and in my wifes ride when ever we go anywhere using it. Thoughts????


SIRIUS SC-VDOC1 Car Kit SiriusConnect™ car dock for dock-and-play radios at Crutchfield.com
 

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Got my answer today.

Hello Dan,



Thank you very much for your email and for your interest in Crutchfield.



Regarding your inquiry about adding the Sirius SC-C1 and the SC-VDOC1 to the factory radio in your 2006 Nissan Titan, I'm afraid you are going to need an additional adapter in order to translate the factory radio commands into something the Sirius SC-C1 tuner box can understand. The SC-C1 is a universal tuner box that always requires a separate "smart" adapter to translate radio commands between the radio in question and the SC-C1. Without such an adapter the SC-C1 cannot be controlled.



There a variety of brand-specific smart adapters for aftermarket radio but not many that can translate factory language in order to control the SC-C1. Fortunately in your case there is such an adapter. It is the Peripheral Gateway adapter for Satellite Radio found here on our US website:



Peripheral iSimple Satellite Radio Adapter for Nissan Add satellite radio and an auxiliary input to select 2003-up Nissan and Infiniti vehicles (Model ISNi11) at Crutchfield.com



Paired with the SC-C1 universal tuner this combination would allow you to control Sirius Satellite Radio tuning directly through your factory radio. However, if you have a separate portable plug-and-play Satellite Radio tuner, you would also need to add the SC-VDOC1 to control it through the factory radio - a total of three components.



Please note that in order for the Peripheral Gateway Satellite Radio Adapter to work with your OEM radio the radio must either have a "SAT" button or "CH", "CHANNEL", "CAT", or "CATEGORY" printed on the radio face. That indicates the presence of OEM Satellite Radio controls. The Gateway adapter plugs into the back of the OEM radio, so you will have to remove and reinstall the factory radio to connect the adapter.



Regrettably we do not currently carry the above three items in our Canadian inventory. At present they are only available through our US website and may only ship to a valid US address. But in case it may be helpful there is a possible workaround that many of our Canadian customer use that I wanted to mention.



If you're interested in a product that is not offered on our Canadian website, we may still be able to help you. We can't ship products ordered from website directly to Canada, but if you have a friend, relative or forwarder in the US, we might be able to get an order to you that way.



It's worth mentioning that, for the moment, warranties for the products shipped within the US are not valid outside the US, and the shipping cost for returns and exchanges from outside the US would be the sole responsibility of the consumer.



Let us know if you have a permanent US shipping address and we will gladly send you detailed instructions how to order and the possible payment options available to you.



For more information, please visit: Crutchfield.com - International Visitors



I hope this was helpful. Thanks again for your email and please let me know if there is anything else I can help you with.



Regards,



Lincoln

Crutchfield.ca

Crutchfield.com - International Visitors
 

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With all the stuff needed your cheaper to just get the genuine nissan stuff. You can get the tuner and the antenna for under $275
 

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The one and only draw back to that is that I want to keep my plug and play tuner and don't want to pay for 2 radios.

Oh well I have everything setup now and works I just really wanted to go the way of using the steering wheel controls for changing channels and such. But I guess I will live with this.
 

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With all the stuff needed your cheaper to just get the genuine nissan stuff. You can get the tuner and the antenna for under $275
Where can you find it for that price? My dealership wants a ton of money for it.
 

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I bought these two items for my 05 LE with the RF 6-CD changer and a "SAT" button on the radio, even though the dealer wanted to sell me a way more expensive tuner:
999U9-AS006 (Tuner) $199.20 from Nissan Parts Zone,
999U9-VS003 (Antenna) $45.60 from Nissan Parts Zone

Do the math..... $244.80 + around $15.00 Shipping, puts you right at $260.00
 
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