Date Registered: 10-2014
Location: Rocky QLD
TOTAL POSTS: 10
Re: Remove the Face Cover (4 clips, 2 at the top and 2 at the bottom
You don't even need the plastic tools described in other threads.
Park in a safe place with the hand brake firmly on. Move the gear shifter back to Drive.
With both hands put you fingers under the lower grey surround edge just below the air flow dials.
With a bit of pull, release the clips, they'll sound like you've just broken a lot of plastic. Don't panic! Don't panic! You haven't really. The first time you remove a clip anywhere it makes a horrid noise as many have noted on many threads but it gets easier.
Work your fingers around the grey surround and release (pull back) the clips at the top.
Follow other instructions about disconnecting the hazard switch.
The serial number is right there on top of the unit, no need to remove anything more. Just take a pic and send it to a Nissan dealer.
And here is the really good news! Drum role please!
Your standard factory head unit (not the LCD type) supplied after 2011, series IV don't come with a security code at all. .
Yes I went through this torture to discover all this.
I guess no drugo scum bothers stealing them any more, so no need for a code.
2011 ST 4x4, Snow Storm
Mods (me): Reverse Camera, steering LED's, nudge, bonnet protector, fogs, LED-parkers F&R.
(Previous) Alloys, mats, rails & rack, H&R tow.
10/Oct/2015, 1:08 am