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Date Registered: 04-2009
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2002 X-Trail radio Wireing


Hey guys,
Im just looking if anyone would happen to know which wires are what for radio wire hraness on a 2002 model X-Trail.

The Below are the wires that there are:
Block one
1 - Orange
2 - White w/Green Strip
3 - Blue w/Black Strip
4 - Black w/Yellow Strip

Block two
5 - blue
6 - Brown
7 - Black w/White Strip
8 - Black w/red Strip
9 - Yellow w/Green Strip
10 - Yellow w/Red Strip
11 - Red W/Blue Strip
12 - Grey w/Blue Strip

I just need to know like which ones would be the acc, direct current, left speaker, right speaker, front and back sort of thing.

It would be so awesome if some one could help me out im in really bad need of this info.


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Date Registered: 05-2009
Location: Ankara/TURKEY
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i will ask same question.

I have gray colored, nissan branded NATS cassette player. no chance on finding original changer so i will buy aftermarket unit. how to connect new one without ruining cables behind original head unit? any wiring schematics for xtrail series 1 ?
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Date Registered: 06-2008
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Orange is normally acc power,
White is generally earth.
Blue is nuetral.
Brown is power.

The best way to test speaker colurs is turn the radio on, even if its not on a station,just noise, and disconect wires one at a time to find out which speaker is which.
You will also have up to 4 wires for the fader control.(left - right, front - back)

It should be all in the wiring diagram Jalal has posted in the radio thread.
Just use the search feature to find it.

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The Series I factory head-unnit wiring diagrams can be found HERE

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great! thank you.
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Hi, I'm trying to install Sony head unit and having a lot of trouble. I am trying to do the wiring myself, so after disconnecting the stock radio I cut the connecting harness head off and exposed the wires. I then tried to match the wires on my new head unit, but nothing I do seems to work. The cables that I try to connect in the car start out as a bunch but then branch out to two different harnesses, and seem to change colour and become the same as in the opening post in this thread, white with green stip, etc. The head unit does not turn on, however I connect it( i tried few dozens of combinations). In one case head unit vibrated when I turned the key in the ignition. I don't understand what I am doing wrong. Any help?

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Date Registered: 11-2014
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Ok, so I gave up and bought two harnesses - Aerpro Wiring Harness - APP0120 and Aerpro Wiring Harness - APP8SP3, went through quite a lot to find them. Got home, plugged them in and into my new stereo - model WX-GT99BT, connect the battery and turn the key - NOTHING. Not a single sound, vibration or anything at all. It just looks dead. Now, I checked and triple-checked every connection, everything seems to be in order, and I know cables DID transmit power when connected to my original head unit. I then checked the fuse box, and located 'AUDIO' fuse, which did appear to be blown. I have replaced it with a new 10A fuse but still nothing. Any idea?? I'm going totally insane about it!!!!

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Date Registered: 10-2006
Location: Mona Vale, Sydney, AUSTRALIA
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The Xtrail wiring harness does NOT have an earth wire in it. The stereo relies on the case being screwed into the mounting bracket or the aerial being plugged in to obtain an earth.

Are you trying the new stereo without the aerial plugged in or not screwed into the dash mounting bracket ?

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Date Registered: 11-2014
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Hi Kev,

Sorry for not replying earlier, my nissan xtrail had bigger issue that costed me $2000 to rectify - dreaded head gasket! Anyway, two car mechanics that saw my car in regards to head gasket failed to locate the issue - they say stereo works and cables work too and it might me earthing issue?? They advised me to take it to car electrician, but I just read your reply and realized that I did connect the stereo without screwing in the mounting bracket! Is it the issue? The stereo did come with a mounting bracket but I put it aside and tried to connect it without it!!!

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Date Registered: 10-2006
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Try screwing it into the bracket and see if it works then. You do need it mounted to get an earth through the case.

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