2004 – 2006 Nissan Maxima Bluetooth Stereo Install Sony DSX-A400BT

2004 – 2006 Nissan Maxima Bluetooth Stereo Install Sony DSX-A400BT

Parts linked in the description below!

Watch a full tutorial as a 2006 Nissan Maxima will have a Sony DSX-A400BT Single Din Bluetooth Radio installed. We will be using a Crux Wiring Harness Adapter (non bose) made for Nissan vehicles which retains the factory steering wheel volume controls.

This video applies to Nissan Maxima models for years 2004, 2005, and 2006. This video also includes dash trim and stereo removal, complete installation for the radio and steering wheel volume controls, wiring, and testing!

For the unboxing of this radio, click here:

For the Crux wiring harness adapter unboxing, click here:

If you have any questions, leave a comment below! Be sure to like and subscribe!

Parts Used (Amazon Associate Paid Links):
*Sony DSX-A400BT Bluetooth Radio (discontinued)
—Recommended Sony: https://amzn.to/3BeYbpP
*Crux SWRNS-63T Stereo Harness adapter: https://amzn.to/3iq3LNx
*Metra 99-7404 Single Din Dash Kit Adapter: https://amzn.to/3xIxEyZ
—For the double din kit, you will need the Metra 95-7404S: https://amzn.to/2VTCBXL
*Metra 40-NI10 Nissan Antenna Adapter: https://amzn.to/3ktER24

*Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases*



Provo Beast Audio Installation says:

Parts used linked in the description!

G USD DBS says:

Hey I know I’m late to the party, but is there room to wire up my subs via rca connection in this dash kit adapter? That’s the no.1 reason I’m trying to go to an aftermarket stereo in the first place

dan hdz says:

I have a 2002 Nissan Máxima, I have looked for the interface, my radio was damaged, I have a Bose system

Ian Bowman says:

Stupid question, I'm sure, but the harness has two Black chassel ground cables and the stereo wiring only has one. Do I bind both wires to the one cable…?

Corey Landauer says:

Could I buy the kit from you?

rachel f says:

I did what you showed in your video all except I didn't swap out my radio, I hooked up my nav system that wasn't hooked up when I bought car. A blue wire came loose and I wasn't sure what it was too or where it went. Friend hooked it back up. Less than two days later drove car to store and car wouldn't start got jump drove home. There's no power to my car at all. My key fob wont even lock the doors. Please help !

Sami says:

I have a 2011 Nissan Altima. I installed the new stereo but the steering wheel control won’t work. I’ve SWRNS-63U Module and it said I’ve to connect NSBT-BP (Bluetooth Bypass) to the Bluetooth Module, but I can’t find where that is. Please help. Thanks.

fulo man says:

I did use this same adapters on my car and the steering wheels controls not working and the volume goes down by it self. What could it be???

Edgar Torres says:

My radio stop Working. And the hitting bluer States on what does that mean

fulo man says:

Great video. But can you install a double din dash kit in that model car?

Jo Bee says:

Just buy a FM Bluetooth adapter that plugs in your ciggeratte lighter ..less then 1 min to install and connect!

stevaun Mitchell ( baby boi ) says:

After you install the new deck in your car does the navigation still work amd were did u buy the dash kit thanks

Meadow Claybrook says:

Great video thank you.. I just bought my 2004 Nissan maxima and was a little intimidated by the dash and all but this makes it look much easier than I originally thought. Well done

Crissylynn Kennedy says:

About how much does all supplies cost

Cha Trapp says:

Showing how to mount the radio would have been nice. Kind of defeats the purpose of the video. Followed the entire video and that part is skipped over now I’m stuck at this part.

Jay breezey says:

Question I hve a 2009 Maxima no navi. S model. I wanted to do the same keep them screen & maybe kp the factory radio kit & put my JVC RADIO 1 how can I kp the wall unit & just replace the radio & 2 were r u guys located

Audioplugg says:

It's easy to do, but you won't be able to control the Bluetooth stereo with the steering wheel controls.

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