Have selected bluetooth and it simply says please wait. Something the 2010+ models can do. This engine uses continuously variable-valve timing to optimize efficiency and different engine speeds. Has anyone had a similar problem with a phone and found a solution? Phone and vehicle have been paired for a month now. The problem is not the Storm, the Murano doesn't seem to allow access to it's bluetooth functionality unless the phone interface is engaged.
We like the body style, although the looks might be polarizing. We reserve the right but are not obligated to review all submissions and edit or remove any image s in any manner which we deem necessary. Very frustrating - I haven't a clue what I may have done to make it stop working all of a sudden. Onboard music storage complements the iPod integration and Compact Flash-card reader. They are out of production now, and I am looking to try one.
As further proof of the Maxima's sporty nature, Nissan fitted the new car with a similar steering mechanism to that used in the 370Z, a speed-sensitive power-steering unit that does an excellent job of delivering road feel at higher speeds, while still being very responsive. That means that either there is limited functionality or none at all. The charge converter link above then any of the several 30 pin bluetooth adapters out there. With about half our miles made up of sport driving in the mountains, and half an easy highway cruise, the trip meter ended up with a low 18. There is the iPod cable in the console, and a Compact Flash-card slot on the stack. Available features include leather seats, a panoramic sunroof, a Bose stereo, Bluetooth, navigation, satellite radio and a backup camera.
It is difficult to get stuck without any music in this car. I will make a new thread about Pandora so everyone sees it. They said it performed well for a front-wheel drive car, but lacked the athleticism of true sport sedans. One that has worked flawlessly is form Parrot. .
Traffic information is also shown on the maps, letting you see the traffic jams before driving into them. The Bad The Bluetooth phone integration doesn't import cell phone contact lists, and the navigation system doesn't automatically reroute around traffic incidents. It complements front tweeters and door speakers with a centerfill speaker and subwoofer. Very frustrating - I haven't a clue what I may have done to make it stop working all of a sudden. It is now apparent that many mobile phones using Windows Mobile 6. If so, how can I fix this problem? I had previously tried a generic bluetooth adapter from ebay to play music from my iPhone 4s without success so I gave up.
Both gave me the error that the phone was in use. I don't know if I need to tune to a specific station or have it on Aux or what. Glad to have you aboard. I've got pretty much same problem. I've got pretty much same problem. Headlights get the boomerang look Nissan previously used on the and , making for cohesive brand design language. Bluetooth phone support is easy to set up; we had no problem pairing it with an iPhone.
I do have an issue with the cable, something has to be loose on the grey connector or the cable must be going bad, I lose connection all the time. Therefore, I am writing this post to inform potential purchasers of my experience. Nissan packs an insane number of audio sources into the stereo. The design is outstanding, with a sedan that sets it own unique style on the road. And the to the person who is calling in who begins by hearing the conversation I am currently having.
Nissan squeezes 290 horsepower out of this V-6, giving the Maxima plenty of power. Phone book works sometimes, blank other times. There is also a good onscreen interface for the phone. I can dial but I can not hear the person on the other end through the speakers anymore. Anybody have an update on this issue? Regarding its interior, some said it appeared to be lifted out of an Infiniti. Live traffic reporting is an excellent addition to the navigation system. But the setup lacks the ability to read your phone's contact database, forcing you to manually enter numbers into the car's phone book.
What is happening and what do I need to do? Anyhow, I am glad that the scoche power converter works to enable power flow to the 30 pin, but I just wanted to make sure that this was, in fact, the hurdle to compatibility. Otherwise it shuts bluetooth off and I could not find a way around that. What am I missing here?? I turned the vehicle off and back on but I continue to get the error Phone is in use. I'm also a little put off by the lack of Nissan's bluetooth capabilities. Infiniti-level cabin tech finds its way into the Nissan Maxima. Has anyone further explored the alternative adapters with the cablejive dockStubz charge converter? Live traffic reporting is an excellent addition to the navigation system.