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Raptor AD-NI1 Aftermarket Radio to Antenna Adapter for Select Nissan

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Original price $0.00
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Nissan diversity antenna adapter
Retains diversity functions with applicable diversity radios
Authorized Dealer

Note: Same as Metra 40-NI10
Aftermarket diversity radios are no longer made

Compatible With
Infiniti FX35-FX45 2003-2008
Infiniti G20 1991-1996, 1999-2002
Infiniti G35 2008
Infiniti G35 (sedan) 2003-2007
Infiniti G35 (coupe) 2003-2007
Infiniti I30 1996-2001
Infiniti I35 2002-2004
Infiniti J30 1993-1997
Infiniti M30 1990-1992
Infiniti M35 2005
Infiniti M45 2004-2005
Infiniti Q45 1990-2005
Infiniti QX4 1997-2003
Infiniti QX56 2004-2005
Nissan 200SX 1995-1998
Nissan 240SX 1989-1998
Nissan 300ZX 1990-1996
Nissan Altima 1993-2001
Nissan Frontier 1998-2001
Nissan Maxima 1987-1999, 2004-2006
Nissan Maxima with Bose or Comfort pkg 2000-2003
Nissan Maxima without Bose or Comfort pkg 2000-2003
Nissan Murano 2003-2007
Nissan Murano with brushed aluminium dash 2003-2007
Nissan Pathfinder S 2008-2012
Nissan Pathfinder (non-NAV) 2005-2007
Nissan Pathfinder LE 2003-2004
Nissan Pathfinder SE 2003-2004
Nissan Pathfinder 1987-2002
Nissan Quest 1993-1995, 1999-2006
Nissan Xterra 2005-2008

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