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Axxess AXBUCS-NI326V Backup Camera Retention with 6V Converter for select 2010-Up Nissan Vehicles

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Axxess AXBUCS-NI326V Backup Camera Retention with 6V Converter for select 2010-Up Nissan Vehicles

The Axxess AXBUCS-NI326V harness allows you to connect the steering wheel audio controls in select 2010-up Nissan vehicles with the 4.3" factory radio to a new car stereo without having to splice into your factory wiring. To use this harness, you'll need the Axxess ASWC-1 steering wheel control interface (sold separately) and a compatible aftermarket radio. You'll also need a vehicle-specific wiring harness to install your aftermarket stereo; you'll see installation packages when you add a car stereo to your cart. You'll also be able to retain your Nissan's backup camera with a compatible car stereo.

Instruction Manual

Features

  • Pre-wired ASWC-1 harness (ASWC-1 sold separately) (1)
  • Retains the factory backup camera
  • Includes the AX-CAM6V 12-volt to 6-volt converter
  • Retains NAV outputs (reverse)

  • Axxess AXBUCS-NI326V Steering Wheel Control Harness owner's manual
  • AXBUCS-NI326V harness
  • AX-CAM6V 12V-to-6V converter harness
  • Installation Instructions

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