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#205 of 485 nissan frontier transmission problems
Nov 15, 2005 (3:32 pm)
I have a 2001 frontier and as I was traveling about 30 mph or so and would approach a stop I would push in the clutch and put it in 1st gear aan coast to the light or stop sign and there was a grinding in the tranny well I got it checked out and was told that the tranny was bad so a couple of thousand dollars later my warranty co. not the original warranty but 1 I bought from the guardian co (they suck)I have a tranny that came out of a junkyard with 55,ooo miles is worse than what came out of it but now it wonn't even go in 1st gearand ive already exploded 1 clutch and the winners at aamco say i shouldnt be shifting into 1st but i was able to before does anyone have a resource or the knowledge about this subject . every car or truck that i have ever had i could go through all the gears no matter what speed as long as the clutch was depressed please help they dont wanna fix it
Nov 17, 2005 (11:50 pm)
This may seem like a dumb question because in part, i never researched a pickup before but i got one a couple days ago. I just wanted to ask if all pickup trucks have gas cap covers that can be easily accessible to gas theives? To be more exact, im used to pulling a lever to open my gas tank whenever im refuelling. But for my titan, i can just use my finger and flip the cover open to get to the gas cap and therefore the gas tank. Has anyone learned a way to protect/lock their gas cap from potential gas thefts? Appreciate the help.
#207 of 485 Re: 06 titan [highroller]
Nov 18, 2005 (3:16 pm)
Besides the obvious locking gas cap?
#208 of 485 Control Module Sub-Harness Recall
Nov 18, 2005 (7:21 pm)
I recently purchased a new 2005 Titan. It now has around 4500 miles.I took my truck in for the Control Module Sub-Harness recall. Now,whenever I press on my brakes, a noise comes from under my floor shifter/console. I can also feel it through my shifter. Perhaps, a brake linkage is rubbing against the floor shifter? Service department said this is normal, it is a problem with the new harness, and that there is nothing that can be done.I called Nissan to ask if there have been any other complaints and they said no.
Anyone else experiencing this problem?
#209 of 485 Re: 06 titan [jon677]
Nov 19, 2005 (10:05 am)
Jon677, where can you get those locking gas cap? Autozone, pepboys, etc.? Thanks
#210 of 485 Re: Control Module Sub-Harness Recall [novne]
Nov 19, 2005 (10:07 am)
I just got my new 06 titan and whenever i accelerate, i hear squeaking/little rattle noise from the from the front console near my steering wheel. Its not that loud, but it bugs me.
#211 of 485 Nissan pickup Help!
Nov 27, 2005 (4:28 pm)
I have a 1995 Nissan 4x4 pickup. While driving in 4 wheel drive about 15 mph, the temp gauge, tach, speedometer, and fuel gauge stopped working at the same time. Also the battery light is on and the light indicating 4 wheel drive is not working. Whats up? Thanks.
#212 of 485 Re: Help..Water in the cab body. [radgit]
Nov 27, 2005 (8:07 pm)
in my 02 frontier, the night I drove it home was raining, and the next morining I had water in the cab. Not wanting to deal with the trouble of going back to the dealer, I did the water hose trick. The water was coming in via my third tailight. The gasket Nissan used was not as thick as it should have been. I bought some RTV sealant, took the screws out of the tailight, filled in the screw holes and put a thin layer around the housing assembly, and put the screws back in. That was at 12 miles, I now have 204,564 miles on it and it hasnt leaked yet. But that dang SES light is still on.
#213 of 485 1987 pickup
Nov 30, 2005 (9:08 pm)
This truck has been amazing until recently. It has developed a surge and hesitation problem that occurs at idle and during driving (any speed). I have had it to two mechanics, the second a Nissan certified mechanic, and still no luck determining the problem. The fuel system has been ruled out and the problem may exist within the ignition system. Can anyone offer other solutions?
#214 of 485 Re: nissan frontier transmission problems [rsking]
Dec 01, 2005 (3:16 am)
so...you disengage the clutch and keep it disengaged all the way to the light/stop..? Clutches are for shifting. Aamco is right. How many miles do you get on a clutch? Personally, I got 170,000 on one. I suggest that when you see the stop coming, pop it into neutral without even touching the clutch, or disengage the clutch long enough to put it in neutral, then coast to the light and keep you foot on the brake...(notice you are still not touching the clutch). When the light changes, disengage the clutch, put it in 1st gear and continue as normal. Why would you want to disengage a clutch, at any speed, and go through the gears..?