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# 144255 12-May-2014 21:38
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I've got one but the console is in japanese. If anyone has a similar car who could give me a quick rundown I'd appreciate that.

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  # 1042763 13-May-2014 08:40
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I have a Maxima, not sure what year, but somewhere around 2005.

I'm not sure what you mean by the console is in Japanese??? Do you have some kind of integrated display or something? I don't have that. I do have a user manual.

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  # 1042765 13-May-2014 08:46
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If you mean an in-dash GPS/Radio/TV/DVD system, be aware that most of the functionality is of no use in NZ.




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  # 1042963 13-May-2014 12:26
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I own a Teana 2006 - the console is in Japanese also. The Teana was only ever released in the Japanese/Asian markets, therefore you will not find any English ones. The best you may find is some variation where the first owner ordered some texts in English, though, very hard to find (I'm yet to find any)







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  # 1043130 13-May-2014 16:32
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The Teana is marketed here as the Maxima. I know most of the stuff wont be functional but I would like to be able to play with the sound system a little and things like that. I think I'll pop into a Nissan dealer and see if they can help.

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  # 1045302 15-May-2014 08:36
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How about looking for an online translator and take some images of the kanji?
I did this for some Korean I needed to translate a while back. Got close enough to
work out what I needed.




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