2007 Nissan Titan can't seem to get it right

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OkieVet
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2007 Nissan Titan can't seem to get it right

Post by OkieVet » Mon Nov 12, 2018 9:48 am

Vehicle 2007 Nissan Titan w/Rockford Fosgate, no nav, no dual zone.
Radio replacement is a Kenwood DNX694s w/front and rear cameras and patched into factory amp - so far no issues.
Installed the SW as shown in the install page. Used the webpage to flash using 2007 Nissan Titan Base, chose steering wheel #1 with vol+/-, mode, power, seek +/1, and Kenwood DNX694s.
After hooking everything up it would only recognize volume up, mode, and seek up - the rest of the switches weren't recognized.
Attempted manual setup with web flash. With DMM set to 2kOhm got the following:
SW1: Vol+ =.652 SW2: Vol+ = open
Vol- = open Vol- =.652
mode = 1 mode =open
power = open power =1
seek + =.166 seek + =open
seek - = open seek - =.166
I'm no rocket scientist, nor am I an electrical engineer so bear with me.
By open, that would be no continuity, so on the web form that should be a zero?
At mode = 1, that would be no resistance i.e. a closed circuit?
And finally, at 2kOhm selected on the DMM, .652 and .166 would be 652 and 166 respectively?

Thanks for your patience.

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Re: 2007 Nissan Titan can't seem to get it right

Post by Zack Flynn » Mon Nov 12, 2018 10:07 am

I just spoke with you on the phone about checking the SWI wires. If that doesn't work let us know and we will help you get it going.
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Re: 2007 Nissan Titan can't seem to get it right

Post by OkieVet » Mon Nov 12, 2018 12:10 pm

Reflashed, wiring confirmed correct, however...and I should know better...confirm continuity, don't just assume it's good.

In the interest of being able to reinstall the OEM stereo should we decide to eventually sell the truck, I used some T-connectors. They're great in concept, however they're not so great in practical use especially when using them at their min recommended wire gauge.
So, after a bit of fiddling around I found the culprit - SW1. Fixed it and now all is right with the world, or at least with my wife's truck and new stereo unit. Merci Beaucoup for both the quick phone help and the quick online response.

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Re: 2007 Nissan Titan can't seem to get it right

Post by Zack Flynn » Mon Nov 12, 2018 3:32 pm

Thanks for confirming it is working. Enjoy the new radio
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