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Old 09-22-2012, 01:23 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Speed Senor Wire

I have been searching this forum and I haven't found the info for my specific vehicle. I plan to install an Alpine INE-S920HD today when I get off work. The manual is asking for a speed sensor wire. I know my stock HU has an option for increasing the volume with speed. What wire should I be looking for?
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If you got one of these also then no worries.

Axxess NIRD-01 Nissan Maxima/Sentra Bluetooth Retention Interface

If you did not then it is not required anyway. It is just to assist in the accuracy of the gps when there is no gps signal. Like when traveling through a tunnel.

OnPoint Plus GPS: The INE-S920HD uses Alpine's OnPoint Plus Advanced GPS Positioning. This ensures that your vehicle stays accurately positioned on the map even in areas where it's difficult to receive GPS reception, such as in a tunnel or around tall buildings. OnPoint Plus simultaneously uses three technologies - satellite linked positioning data, gyro sensor technology (to determine the vehicle's direction), and accelerometer technology (to gauge the vehicle's speed) - resulting in continuous coverage of the location of your vehicle. For greater accuracy, an optional connection for speed pulse connectivity to the vehicle is available.
Alpine INE-S920HD Navigation receiver at Crutchfield.com
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Old 09-22-2012, 05:00 PM   Thread Starter #3
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If you got one of these also then no worries.

Axxess NIRD-01 Nissan Maxima/Sentra Bluetooth Retention Interface

If you did not then it is not required anyway. It is just to assist in the accuracy of the gps when there is no gps signal. Like when traveling through a tunnel.


Alpine INE-S920HD Navigation receiver at Crutchfield.com
YES! I bought the NIRD-01! I'm still at work. Hopefully, I can leave soon.
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YES! I bought the NIRD-01! I'm still at work. Hopefully, I can leave soon.
You sound like me when I'm at work. I NEVER know for sure when I'm getting off except that it will be at 7pm or later.

Anyway, the NIRD-01 has the speed sensor on its harness along with the reverse, and parking brake. The parking brake signal is actually from the gear changer. I think it changes from ground to 12v when the transmission is not in park. It varies by manufacture and some you have to buy a kit for but some you can just ground the parking brake wire to do video while not in park. I am grounding mine if i am ever in the dash again.
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