Question about 2004 Nissan Altima
Is it a standard version or Bose version? If it's a standard version then either the plug in the back came loose or the built in amp in the stereo is dying. if it's a Bose, then there should be a pre-amp some where under or behind the dash or possibly under or behind the rear seat/ trunk. In that scenario it's possible that the amp has gone bad. Another possibility regardless what version system is installed would be if a wire cracked and is showing somehow, grounding out causing the speakers to go out. Bad ground. maybe a loose plug behind the stereo. Also has the stereo every been replaced. Is it factory stereo and speakers.
Posted on Nov 25, 2011
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