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    Question 2005 Nissan maxima sub amp adapters

    Recently I got my first car a 2005 Nissan maxima, the only thing I want to do to it is put subs, new speakers, amps, and an auxiliary input into it. I was wondering if there is any adapters that I could put into the stock radio to make all this happen.

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    There should be a PAC unit for the Nissan head unit....go to forums.maxima.org....they will have more info as they are geared specifically towards that car.
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