Last post on Feb 04, 2012 at 8:25 AM
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Nissan Frontier, Nissan Titan, Truck
#230 of 485 Re: To buy or not to buy [btlewis]
Dec 27, 2005 (1:44 am)
You should buy one. I have one and I think a lot of people who are hard core chevy and ford lovers would put down any truck that is not domestic. The Titan now comes with Bosch ABS Disc Brakes on all four tires standard and they work very good. Before this, I owned a 2004 Chevy 4X4 Quad Cab and it was nice, but not as powerful, fast, or roomy as my Titan. Nissan is very reliable too. There are a lot of old Nissan cars and trucks on the road with well over 200,000 miles. Nissan also has very good axles, Highest torque and horse power than any domestic and will lose any chevy or dodge or ford in a race.
It is a truck that a true truck lover can appreciate.
#232 of 485 How do I replace a light bulb in 2000 Nissan Frontier Tail light?
Jan 01, 2006 (8:03 pm)
I can not find a place to remove the taillight assembly to get access to the tail lights. I have taken the bed lined off and removed the screws that hold on the tailgate. Help? Thanks. Brian
#233 of 485 Re: nissan frontier transmission problems [qwert13]
Jan 02, 2006 (7:49 am)
I am considering the purchase of an older Nissan Frontier (2000 or 2002 model, due in part to financial situation, I can't afford brand new vehicle. I am looking at 4 door model with around 60000 to 85000 miles on them. I have never owned a Nissan, and do not know what to expect, what I mean is what are the normal things to "go out". Also what are some of the miles on "like models" from owners registered in these forums. I drive 30 miles each direction for work so alot of the miles will be highway miles. I just do not know what to expect from a reliability standpoint. I am looking at models with automatic transmissions, but I am scared of potential for problem with these type transmissions. ANY and all information would be of great assistance in making my decision of purchase or not.
#234 of 485 Re: nissan frontier transmission problems [wrightd]
Jan 03, 2006 (9:17 am)
I own a 2002 Frontier SE, 4X4, 4-door. I bought it used about a year ago, and I love it (my first truck), but:
The brake caliper, passenger front, seized up the other day. I called NAPA, and they had to order it, but only 1 day to deliver. The guy said quick ship time indicates a common problem (lots of people order calipers for this vehicle).
Also, I have had a slow coolant leak for a couple of months, and I should really get it tested. Could just be a hose, but could be the water pump.
Otherwise, no problems. Don't expect a lot of power (I don't have the supercharger), but better than a lot of other light trucks.
#235 of 485 Re: nissan frontier transmission problems [bsmith72]
Jan 03, 2006 (4:49 pm)
Thank you for the information, all input is greatly appreciated. Best of luck.
#236 of 485 Re: sylvania silver star bulbs [abir_ky]
Jan 04, 2006 (7:35 pm)
Hi, I have tried those bulbs before, honestly i wasnt too impressed, they werent as bright as i expected(for $20ea), and they didnt last too long either, i was extremely careful not to touch the glass and they only lasted about 3 months. I have bought some eurolights that were brighter, but the wattage was too high and they melted my wires.
Jan 04, 2006 (7:42 pm)
Hi, my 2000 nissan frontier crewcab 4x4 v6 xe randomly died today. it wont start. I had it towed home, and pulled the diagnostic code p0325 knock sensor. My question is, Would a faulty knock sensor kill my truck? Or would something else be killing my truck and setting off the knock sensor? I dont really want to go replacing expensive sensors for no reason.
any help would be greatly appreciated!
#238 of 485 1997 Nissan 2WD Clutch Replacement
Jan 06, 2006 (12:46 pm)
I am about to replace the clutch and thrust bearing in my 1997 2WD Nissan XE pickup.
I do not want to remove thie engine to do this, so am thinking of removing the manual transmission and going in thru the underside of the vehicle.
Are there any tips or tricks that anyone can pass on or any problems that I may come across that can be avoided.
Appreciate any advice.
Also, I haven't worked on a car in nearly 20 years (used to race and service my own Renault Gordini including stripping the motor after every race) so was wondering if anyone knew roughly how many hours this job is estimated to take?
Thanks in advance
#239 of 485 Re: Transmission Shifting when Cold [sjg5530]
Jan 12, 2006 (5:04 pm)
i also have a 2004 frontier 4 cyl automatic and i have the same problem as you on cold days it will not shift until around 3500-4000 rpm i have been back to the dealer and it has not yet been fixed i find that if i let the truck warm up for around 20 mins it will not have a problem i cant imagine that this is normal as i live in florida could not imagine if i lived north the problems i have if you have any luck with the dealer fixin this problem please let me know as i will do the same if i have any good luck