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  • QX-3870N-A- 1 -

    NISSAN Motor Genuine2DIN HDD NavigationBOSE Specifi cationsfor CANADA

    NAU-3225KCA-CModel QX-3870N-A

    (Genuine Parts Number 25915 ZZ60D)

    Service Manual

    This product is a lead free model.Lead free solder is used in PWB stamped LF mark. Please keep the following conditions when you repair.

    1. Use lead free solder. * Koki's lead free solder S3X-55M 0.6mm (CLARION Parts No.642-0231-01) * Koki's lead free solder S3X-55M 1.0mm (CLARION Parts No.642-0231-02) 2. Use a nitrogen solder system. 3. Do not use "General solder" and "Lead free solder" together.

    1. NOTES* iPod is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and

    other countries.* Bluetooth is a trademark owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc., U.S.A.

    and licensed to Clarion.* We cannot supply the parts not listed in this manual.* Specifi cation and design are subject to change without notice

    for further improvement.* Copyright 2012 Clarion Company,Ltd. All rights reserved.

    No portion of this manual can be reproduced in any way, elec-tronically or otherwise, without the express prior permission of the copyright owner.

    PDF MANUAL

    Clarion Co., Ltd.7-2,Shintoshin,Chuo-ku,Saitama-shi 330-0081 JapanAfter Service Department: Phone +81-48-601-3792 / Fax +81-48-601-3804

    Published by After Service Dept.Printed in Japan2012/06 No.E7297-00

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    2. To engineers in charge of repair or inspection of our products.Before repair or inspection, make sure to follow the instructions so that customers and Engineers in charge of repair or inspection can avoid suffering any risk or in-jury.

    1. Use specifi ed parts. The system uses parts with special safety features against fi re

    and voltage. Use only parts with equivalent characteristics when replacing them.

    The use of unspecifi ed parts shall be regarded as remodeling for which we shall not be liable. The onus of product liability (PL) shall not be our responsibility in cases where an accident or fail-ure is as a result of unspecifi ed parts being used.

    2. Place the parts and wiring back in their original positions after replacement or re-wiring.

    For proper circuit construction, use of insulation tubes, bonding, gaps to PWB, etc, is involved. The wiring connection and routing to the PWB are specially planned using clamps to keep away from heated and high voltage parts. Ensure that they are placed back in their original positions after repair or inspection.

    If extended damage is caused due to negligence during repair, the legal responsibility shall be with the repairing company.

    3. Check for safety after repair. Check that the screws, parts and wires are put back securely

    in their original position after repair. Ensure for safety reasons there is no possibility of secondary problems around the repaired spots.

    If extended damage is caused due to negligence of repair, the legal responsibility shall be with the repairing company.

    4. Caution in removal and making wiring connection to the parts for the automobile.

    Disconnect the battery terminal after turning the ignition key off. If wrong wiring connections are made with the battery connect-ed, a short circuit and/or fi re may occur. If extensive damage is caused due to negligence of repair, the legal responsibility shall be with the repairing company.

    5. Cautions in soldering Please do not spread liquid fl ux in soldering. Please do not wash the soldering point after soldering.6. Cautions in soldering for chip capacitors Please solder the chip capacitors after pre-heating for replace-

    ment because they are very weak to heat. Please do not heat the chip capacitors with a soldering iron di-

    rectly.7. Cautions in handling for chip parts. Do not reuse removed chips even when no abnormality is ob-

    served in their appearance. Always replace them with new ones. (The chip parts include resistors, capacitors, diodes, transistors, etc).

    Please make an operation test after replacement.8. Cautions in handling fl exible PWB Before working with a soldering iron, make sure that the iron tip

    temperature is around 270C. Take care not to apply the iron tip repeatedly(more than three times)to the same patterns. Also take care not to apply the tip with force.

    9. Turn the unit OFF during disassembly and parts replacement. Recheck all work before you apply power to the unit.

    10. Cautions in checking that the optical pickup lights up. The laser is focused on the disc refl ection surface through the

    lens of the optical pickup. When checking that the laser optical diode lights up, keep your eyes more than 30cms away from the

    lens. Prolonged viewing of the laser within 30cms may damage your eyesight.

    11. Cautions in handling the optical pickup The laser diode of the optical pickup can be damaged by elec-

    trostatic charge caused by your clothes and body. Make sure to avoid electrostatic charges on your clothes or body, or discharge static electricity before handling the optical pickup.

    11-1. Laser diode The laser diode terminals are shorted for transportation in order

    to prevent electrostatic damage. After replacement, open the shorted circuit. When removing the pickup from the mechanism, short the terminals by soldering them to prevent this damage.

    11-2. Actuator The actuator has a powerful magnetic circuit. If a magnetic ma-

    terial is put close to it. Its characteristics will change. Ensure that no foreign substances enter through the ventilation slots in the cover.

    11-3. Cleaning the lens Dust on the optical lens affects performance. To clean the lens, apply a small amount of isopropyl alcohol to

    lens paper and wipe the lens gently.

    3. COMPONENTQX-3870N-A(NAU-3225KCA-C)1. Main unit ----------- 1

    4. SPECIFICATIONS

    * For details, please refer to the condition and notes of design specifi cation of audio unit EP-1308Y-B.

    GENERAL VOLTAGE: 13.2V (NEGATIVE GROUND)BACK UP CURRENT: Less than 1.0mADIMENSIONS(mm): 196.0(W) x 100.0(H) x 158.5(D)WEIGHT: 2.65kg

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    (N-BUS) standard

    (1K)Hz IV unbalanced INPUT VOL-MAX

    Measurement not required

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    SUB sensitivity

    Illuminates within 5 seconds after receiving.

    At (98.1)MHz, insert ANT in the SUB side only, and measure S/N when ANT-IN30dBuV.

    FM OTHERS

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    Digital audio signal format

    Ser

    vo

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    0 dB when VOL-16 clickMeasure MAX and MINA-BUS only

    (AUX : 0.5V)

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    Measure Front-Lch and Rch

    Measure Front-Lch and Rch

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    (N-BUS) standard

    (1K)Hz 1V unbalanced INPUT VOL-MAX

    * Due to articles in the design warranty, it is not necessary to inspect all numbers.

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    TH12HW (RGB signal terminals)3

    TH18HW-CS2 (Vehicle / Audio output signal terminals6

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    DiscriptionRGBRGB_GNDRGB_SYNCSYNC_GND

    DiscriptionYSHPVPIT-DISPDISP-ITSHIELD

    TH32HW (Audio input/output signal terminals)5

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    DiscriptionN-BUS_LH+N-BUS_RH+DATA_GNDREQ1(to_HU)TX(from_HU)REQ2(to_HU)AUDIO-BUS_LH+AUDIO-BUS_RH+AUDIO-BUS_SHIELDHP_LH-HP_RH-N.C.CD_EJECTAUX_SHIELDAUX_AUDIO_LH+AUX_GND

    DiscriptionN-BUS_LH-N-BUS_RH-N-BUS_SHIELDAUDIO_CONTRX(to_HU)NDS_CONTAUDIO_BUS_LH-AUDIO_BUS_RH-HP_SHIELDHP_LH+HP_RH+HP_SHIELDN.C.SW_GNDAUX_AUDIO_RH+N.C.

    GT13SHA (Radio antenna terminals)4

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    DiscriptionANT_SUBANT_MAINANT+B

    TH40HW (Vehicle signal terminals)2

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    No.2122232425262728293031323334353637383940

    DescriptionGNDBATGNDBATACCMIC_VCCMIC_GNDMIC_SIGHP (OPEN)VP (OPEN)IT-DISP (OPEN)DISP-IT (OPEN)SHIELD (OPEN)N.C.IGNPKB_SIGREVERSE_SIGSPEEDN.C.RV_CAM_SIG

    DiscriptionN.C.N.C.N.C.N.C.N.C.N.C.N.C.M-CAN_H_TRMM-CAN_L_TRMM-CAN_HM-CAN_LV-CAN_HV-CAN_LN.C.GNDTEST B0TEST B1TEST B2IT-PCPC-IT

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    DiscriptionAMP_ONFR_LH_PRE+FR_LH_PRE-RR_LH_PRE+RR_LH_PRE-STRG_SW_AACCNCILLSHIELD

    DiscriptionFR_RH_PRE+FR_RH_PRE-RR_RH_PRE+RR_RH_PRE-STRG_SW_GNDSTRG_SW_BNCNC+BNC(GND)

    FAKRA (XM terminals)7

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    DiscriptionXM_ANTXM_ANT_SHIELD

    5. CONNECTORS

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