GROM USB interface: Nissan Altima 2008 iPod or USB integration guide

Step-by-step guide. Add iPod, iPhone, Bluetooth, AUX, USB and Android Car Integration to your Nissan Altima 06-09. 10 minutes, Philips screwdriver and panel removal tool required. Soundtrack: Michelle Wеeks "Thе Light" The product is located at To get the Bluetooth Dongle add-on for Hands Free phone calls (HFP) and wireless audio streaming (A2DP) please visit For questions please visit us at Let's get GROMified!

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