Originally Posted by Warrior-108
I have the same question. Did you ever have any luck?
It ended up being much easier than I thought. All you have to do is pull up firmly on the center console (the plastic console area that surround the shifter). If it helps, try to pry your fingers underneath the edges adjacent to the carpet. Carefully tug up and the center piece will pop right out. Once that is done you are home free... you will see a couple of sets of screws that hold in the dash portion of the console. Remove those and the console piece and the radio can be taken out very easily.
Within less than 30 minutes I had the old radio out and a new unit capable of receiving Sirius Satellite Radio installed and working.
Note -- it is highly recommended that you purchase a pre-wired harness unit that connects to the radio and then plugs into the Nissan recepticle. It was around $20, but made the installation a snap... and the radio can be easily removed if ever needed.
Hope this helps.