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Axxess AXTO-NI1 12V Amplifier Interface for Select 2016-up Nissan Maxima Vehicles

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Axxess AXTO-NI1 12V Amplifier Interface for Select 2016-up Nissan Maxima Vehicles

Radio Replacement Interface (NITO-01) by Axxess¬ģ. Each Interface auto detects the vehicle it is in and automatically configures itself to work perfectly with that vehicle. Then just plug in the harnesses and you‚Äôre done. It‚Äôs that easy!

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  • Provides accessory power (12-volt 10-amp)
  • Provides NAV outputs (parking brake, reverse and speed sense)
  • Pre-wired AXSWC harness (AXSWC sold separately)
  • Retains the factory backup camera (6-volt turn-on included)
  • Retains the audible parking sensor warning and blind spot detection system
  • Retains the factory AUX-IN jack
  • Used in amplified systems
  • Adjustable gain control for overall volume
  • High level speaker input
  • Retains balance
  • Micro-B USB updatable

  • AXTO-NI1 interface
  • AXTO-NI1 harness
  • 16-pin harness with stripped leads
  • AXCSD-6V 12-volt to 6-volt converter

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