Description: The ProClip is a mounting bracket for the vehicle's dashboard. Onto the Proclip you can install e.g. a holder for your mobile phone or PDA or a handsfree set etc. Safe and convenient -always within easy reach. The ProClip is car specific and easy to install. The installation is quick, no special tools or dismantle of the dashboard is required and it will not damage the interior of the vehicle. Made in black ABS plastic. Comes with detailed instructions.
Part Number: 853118
EAN: 5055257403482, 7320288531182
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR PART 99-7418
NISSAN ALTIMA 2002-2004
DIN Mount Radio Provision with Pocket ISO Mount Radio Provision with Pocket
A) Radio Housing B) ISO Brackets C) Pocket D) Trim Plate E) Rear Support Bracket F) (4) #8 Phillips Pan Head Screws
Small Flat Blade Screwdriver/ Panel Removal Tool Phillips Screwdriver
COPYRIGHT 2004-2007 METRA ELECTRONICS CORPORATION
T ABLE OF CONTENTS Dash Disassembly - Nissan Altima 2002-2004.1 Kit Preparation.2 Kit Assembly - DIN Mount Radio Provision with Pocket. 3 - ISO Mount Radio Provision with Pocket. 4 Final Assembly. 5
*Note: Refer also to the instructions included with the aftermarket radio.
99-7418 DASH DISASSEMBL Y NISSAN AL TIMA 2002-2004
1 Disconnect the negative battery terminal to prevent an accidental short circuit. 2 Unclip and remove the trim panel surrounding the climate controls. (Figure A) 3 Remove (1) Phillips screw (bottom right side of panel) securing the panel surrounding the radio then unclip and remove the panel. (Figure B,C) 4 Remove (4) Phillips screws securing radio to remove. (Figure D) Continue to final assembly. D B A
99-7418 KIT PREPARATION NISSAN AL TIMA 2002-2004
1 Mount the Pocket to the back of the Radio Housing with (2) #8 x 3/8" Phillips Pan-head Screws supplied. Mount the Rear Support Bracket to the back of the Pocket with (2) #8 x 3/8" Phillips Pan-head Screws supplied. (Figure A) Continue to kit assembly. A
99-7418 KIT ASSEMBL Y DIN MOUNT RADIO PROVISION WITH POCKET
1 Slide the DIN cage into the Radio Housing and secure by bending the metal locking tabs outward. (Figure A) 2 Slide the aftermarket radio into the DIN cage/housing assembly until it snaps into place. (Figure B) Continue to final assembly.
99-7418 KIT ASSEMBL Y ISO MOUNT RADIO PROVISION WITH POCKET
1 Align the holes from the ISO snap in brackets with the holes in the side of the radio and mount the brackets to the radio using screws supplied with the radio. (Figure A) 2 Slide the radio/bracket assembly into the radio housing until the assembly snaps into place. (Figure B) 3 Snap the ISO trim plate onto the radio and housing assembly. (Figure B) Continue to final assembly. B A
C NOTE: To remove the mounted head unit, unclip and remove the ISO trimplate. Using a small flat-blade screwdriver, disengage the side clips securing the ISO Brackets to the Radio Housing. (Figure C)
99-7418 FINAL ASSEMBL Y
FINAL ASSEMBL Y
A (A) Strip wire ends back 1/2" B B) Twist ends together C) Solder C D 1 Locate the factory wiring harness in the dash. Metra recommends using the proper mating adapter and making connections as shown. (Isolate and individually tape off the ends of any unused wires to prevent electrical short circuit.) 2 Re-connect the negative battery terminal and test the unit for proper operation. 3 Reassemble radio and dash assemblies in reverse order of disassembly. D) Tape
FINAL WIRING CONNECTIONS
Make wiring connections using the EIA color code chart shown below and the instructions included with the head unit. Metra recommends making connections as shown below; Strip, Splice, Solder, Tape. Isolate and individually tape off ends of any unused wires to prevent electrical short circuit. METRA / EIA WIRING CODE 12V Ignition / Acc. Red 12V Batt / Memory. Yellow Ground. Black* Power Antenna. Blue Amp Turn-On. Blue / White Amp Ground. Black / White Illumination. Orange Dimmer. Orange / White Right Front (+). Gray Right Front (-). Gray/ Black Left Front (+). White Left Front (-). White / Black Right Rear (+). Violet Right Rear (-). Violet / Black Left Rear (+). Green Left Rear (-). Green / Black
*NOTE: When a Black wire is not present, ground radio to vehicle chassis. All colors may not be present on all leads due to manufacturers specifications.
REV. 09/17/07 COPYRIGHT 2004-2007 METRA ELECTRONICS CORPORATION INST99-7330
GrilleGuy.com, LLC Installation Instructions and Care guide Nissan Altima 2002-2004
Thanks again for purchasing your custom grille insert from the GrilleGuy. The following are some general guidelines that will simplify the installation process and make owning your Grille Guy grille an enjoyable experience. ? ? ? Always place the head of the cable ties behind the grille for a cleaner more custom look. You may have to access the rear of the grille opening from beneath the hood or from beneath the car. Occasional use of an aluminum polish will give your grille a brilliant shine Hardware list: 1 perforated aluminum grille insert 6 weather resistant nylon zip ties
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Installation Procedure: Step 1 Place the grille inside the opening. The grille should conform to the center opening on the car and fit snugly. This will actually provide the support for the grille. Step 2 - Use a pencil or magic marker to mark the holes where you want to route the zip ties. On the Altima , the zip ties will attach to the OEM grille slats. Step 3 Route a zip tie through an opening in the grille (from the back) and then through the front of the grille via an adjacent hole. Unless you have tiny hands, you may need to attach a second zip tie to the end of the first to add length. Step 4 - Wrap the zip ties around or thru the OEM grille slates. Now, complete the zip tie loop by attaching the second (or third) zip tie back to the first. Go ahead and push the zip tie tail end thru the back of the grille and out the front. This way you will be able to pull tight from the front side. Loosely fasten the zip tie, do not tighten at this point. Repeat steps 3 & 4 for the other sides. Step 5 Go back and secure each zip tie by pulling slightly on each one. Use an alternating pattern. This will ensure the grille is pulled in evenly and has a secure even fit. Do not over tighten, it is possible to damage the grille insert during this step. Clip off excess cable material.
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