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Metra 40-NI12 Aftermarket Antenna Adapter for Select Nissan/Suzuki

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Antenna Cable to Aftermarket Radio Adapter
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Compatible With
Nissan 370Z 2009-2013
Nissan Altima Sedan 2013
Nissan Altima Coupe 2013
Nissan Altima/Altima Coupe 2007-2012
Nissan Armada 2008-2013
Nissan Cube 2009-2013
Nissan Frontier (all SL, SV, and SE with options) 2013
Nissan Frontier with black dash (all LE, and SE with options) 2009-2012
Nissan Frontier with gray dash (all LE, and SE with options) 2009-2012
Nissan Juke 2011
Nissan Maxima (without OE NAV or tech) Black dash 2009-2013
Nissan Maxima (without OE NAV or tech) Gray dash 2009-2011
Nissan Maxima 2007-2008
Nissan Murano (Non-BOSE ONLY) 2009-2012
Nissan NV 2012-2013
Nissan Pathfinder LE and SE 2008-2012
Nissan Quest 2011-2013
Nissan Rogue S with Special Edition Pkg 2012-2013
Nissan Rogue SV 2012-2013
Nissan Rogue S and SV with SL Pkg 2012-2013
Nissan Rogue 2008-2011
Nissan Sentra 2007-2013
Nissan Sentra with Rockford Fosgate 2010-2011
Nissan Titan 2008-2013
Nissan Titan (base model only) 2008-2012
Nissan Versa 2007-2013
Nissan Xterra with black dash (All but X models) 2009-2013
Nissan Xterra with gray dash (All but X models) 2009-2013
Suzuki Equator Crew Cab (black dash) 2009-2011
Suzuki Equator Crew Cab (gray dash) 2009-2011

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