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Hello all!

I recently got a 2014 Versa Sedan SV, and I'm looking to replace the stock radio in it with a more feature-rich one (including GPS and USB port).

I took the current one out today to get a mesaurement on dimensions, and noticed a spare connector with several wires taped to a wiring tube behind the current head unit. I was wondering if anyone could tell me what this is?

Thanks!
 

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most vehicles are modular, and use largely the same wire harness. That extra connector is likely for an oem infotainment system that has more features than your stock unit.

I don't have a wiring diagram, so I can't say for sure, but i'd be willing to bet its for oem nav, bluetooth, or some other feature you don't currently have installed.
 

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Hey Joey, I just got a 2016 and pulled the radio also finding the same extra white and blue connectors. I was actually browsing the forum hoping to find the same answer you were looking for.. So,.... LoL, did you ever find out what they were originally intended for?

Hello all!

I recently got a 2014 Versa Sedan SV, and I'm looking to replace the stock radio in it with a more feature-rich one (including GPS and USB port).

I took the current one out today to get a mesaurement on dimensions, and noticed a spare connector with several wires taped to a wiring tube behind the current head unit. I was wondering if anyone could tell me what this is?

Thanks!
 
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