Nissan Titan How to Remove and Install Amplifier
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Nissan Titan Amplifier Removal Instructions

1.1) Under dash, on driver's side, remove one screw along bottom left of under dash trim panel.

2.1) Remove one screw along bottom right of under dash trim panel.
3.1) Pry lower dash panel on left from upper dash releasing clips. All clips release with pressure.
4.1) With lower dash trim panel released, disconnect connectors at back of panel, remove panel and set to side..

Note - To release connectors, squeeze trigger at center of connector to release and remove.

5.1) Remove two bolts securing under dash metal panel.
6.1) Remove under dash metal panel and set to side.
7.1) Remove screws securing assembly above gas pedal.
8.1) Pull assembly down from dash and pull to side.
9.1) Remove screws supporting next assembly under dash. Pull assembly back for access behind assembly.
10.1) Release trigger on amplifier's first amplifier connector.
11.1) Disconnect and remove connector.
12.1) Release trigger on amplifier's second amplifier connector.
13.1) Disconnect and remove connector.
14.1) Release connector in dash to disconnect.
15.1) Remove connector to disconnect.
16.1) Removing connectors will allow play in assembly removed in an earlier step for access to screws securing amplifier in dash. Remove first screw.
17.1) Remove second screw securing amplifier.
18.1) Lower amplifier down out of dash.
19.1) Twist amplifier out of dash.
20.1) Removed amplifier.

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