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Old 10-02-2008, 10:39 AM
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DIY: Door Panel Removal

  1. Remove cover inside door panel. Remove (1) 10mm bolt
  2. Remove door handle trim panel by pulling gently at bottom edge. Remove (2) 10mm bolts
  3. Remove light by prying gently at side. Unplug harness.
  4. Remove door panel by pulling gently at lower edge to rear of vehicle.
  5. Unplug (2) harnesses from power window switch, (1) harness from mid-woofer, and both cables from door handle assembly. Set entire door panel aside.
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Old 10-02-2008, 10:44 AM
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After Removal Look

Here's what you'll see after panel removal.
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Tweeter Removal

  1. Remove (1) 10mm bolt. Carefully pry side facing front of vehicle and then slide entire panel towards rear of vehicle.
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Bose Speaker and Wiring Information

  • DS Woofer Positive:Red
  • DS Woofer Negative: Green
  • PS Woofer Positive:Green
  • PS Woofer Negative: Red
  • DS Mid Positive: Grey
  • DS Mid Negative: White
  • PS Mid Positive: Blue
  • PS Mid Negative: White
  • DS Tweeter Positive: Black/White Stripe
  • DS Tweeter Negative: Black
  • PS Tweeter Positive: Black/Red Stripe
  • PS Tweeter Negative: Black

**The tweeter does not have it's own dedicated wiring from the Bose amp. It is run parallel off the mid at the door harness.

**The wiring at the Bose amp is different the ones at the door. This is typical Nissan. The wires pass through two harnesses between the amp and speakers and the colors of the wires often change. For instance, the service manual shows the DS door woofer output on Bose systems without Nav as black for positive and white for negative. Yet at the door it's red and green. Always test each speaker for proper polarity to confirm proper wiring color as your car may differ.

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Old 01-31-2009, 07:35 PM
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I can see a pic of the back of the door panel. I want know how to take off the alum washi piece.

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ya i have done it i adopted your method and got the results thanx

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thanks for the post... like it
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