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    Default Ah! install instructions

    I have a 2005 Nissan Altima with Bose system. I would like to install a new system in this vehicle but I can't find any installation instructions on the web. All I need to know is how to remove all the trim to get a new radio/speakers installed. I would also like to know how to remove most of the interrior incase I decided to put down second skin or something similar. Also, are there any good sites to buy replacement trim if needed?

    I have been looking on the web for about 2 hours now with no luck. Even Crutchfield doesn't have instructions on this vehicle. Its been out for almost a full year now too.

    Any ideas on where to get this info?

    Howie

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    good luck doing it with the bose system...hopefully its not integrated into the cars electrical system too bad...
    id look for a altima specific forum and go from there...
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    I don't care about the Bose system (yes it does have it) I will rewire the system completely and remove all that is Bose! Thats what I did with my Grand Prix, it also had an funny "high end" factory system with external amps.

    I was just wondering if anyone had some good sites. I'll post on some Altima sites as well.

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    its nice when it happens where you can just take out the bose system, but theres a few cars where its actually inegrated with the cars main electrical system. especially when navigation is involved. im not aware of any sites that have a data base of how to disassemble your cars interior, i would def. find an altima site where people have had personal experience
    good luck:)
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    You could buy your speakers and/or amps from a local shop and then hit them up for directions.

    Ive done this several times. When I buy a new car and go to buy speakers for the first time, Ill hit the dude up on how best to remove the panels etc. If youre a paying customer they are usually only too happy to point you in the right direction.
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