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Old 03-20-2013, 11:54 AM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Help! AUX Jack 07-08 Maxima

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Looking for some input in this category. For the 07-08 models (possibly BOSE only, not sure if we all have it) there is an AUX headphone jack right above the shifter built into the center console.


I accidentally tugged on the wire while it was plugged in at a 45 degree angle, putting strain on the port. Now when I plug in a jack it's loose. Is this normal? It works fine for now but I'm afraid.



Second thing is, if I ever HAD to replace it; it looks like a nightmare and taking the whole center console apart. Does anyone know how to do this or can confirm if a little play on the female end of the port is OK?
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Old 03-20-2013, 05:51 PM   Thread Starter #2
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Bueller? Anyone?
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Old 03-20-2013, 05:59 PM   #3
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Default Re: Help! AUX Jack 07-08 Maxima

Whats there to be afraid of,its just an aux. jack. Worst case is it stops working. For the time being leave it be.
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Old 03-21-2013, 01:22 PM   Thread Starter #4
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Default Re: Help! AUX Jack 07-08 Maxima

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Whats there to be afraid of,its just an aux. jack. Worst case is it stops working. For the time being leave it be.
True. I'm just wondering what I did since the female end has a little play to it. It's like the main option I use in the car. Must, have, music.


I'm also just curious how much labor it would be to replace. Probably way too much to be worth it. I'd imagine dismantling the entire center console
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Default Re: Help! AUX Jack 07-08 Maxima

Anyone who has a Bose 07-08. Put a jack in your aux port and try to jiggle it a bit. Is it stiff? Mine is a little loose.
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Default Re: Help! AUX Jack 07-08 Maxima

Did you ever find a solution to this? mine is starting to do the same thing
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Default Re: Help! AUX Jack 07-08 Maxima

Replace it yourself, just would take some mild soldering work I imagine.
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