Last post on Feb 04, 2012 at 9:25 AM
You are in the Nissan Titan
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Nissan Frontier, Nissan Titan, Truck
#410 of 485 Is your child OK?
Apr 05, 2008 (9:17 am)
If he is, the Nissan did it's job engineering the structure of the truck.
Frontier is SOLID. Nissan went above and beyond what is required and needed when they engineered the 2005 Frontier. The frame is fully boxed and based off of the frame used in the Titan full sized truck.
Does Nissan have structural integrity issues? No. Vehicles are designed to "total" the vehicle, not the humans when they are crashed.
Critcism won't change a decision already made.
All I can say is that I had to earn every penny used to purchase my vehicles and every penny to insure them and it is my belief that doing so improved my values, however, if someone would have given me a new vehicle when I was 16 I certainly would have been happy to drive it.
#411 of 485 Re: Is your child OK? [moparbad]
Apr 12, 2008 (7:10 pm)
Gotta agree with moparbad on the structural integrity of the new Gen Frontiers. Crawl under one and you'll see a very stout frame; it is indeed borrowed from Titan's specifications. If the frame was severely bent, something more than a light pole could also have truck paint on it.
#412 of 485 Re: 2008 Frontier SE Crew Cab - Car Accident [upsetmommy]
Apr 13, 2008 (1:39 pm)
Yo mommy, returning for an answer? Bottom line what you describe is impossible with either the Frontier or the Titan. Backing up into a pole will not cause the truck to be totaled unless of course the pole fell on the truck. Somethings fishy here and its not with the truck.
#413 of 485 1995 Nissan Pick Up
Apr 23, 2008 (6:25 pm)
Could someone tell me what's wrong or causing the 1995 Nissan Pick up to overheat when the water pump and thermostat are newly replaced? At first, we thought, the parts were defective so we exchanged with a new one, but still after driven today, it still leaking/overheating. Pls. advise. Thanks.
#414 of 485 Re: 1995 Nissan Pick Up [4primadonna]
Apr 26, 2008 (3:27 am)
How old is the radiator? When was it last flushed?
#415 of 485 Re: 1995 Nissan Pick Up [obyone]
Apr 28, 2008 (6:30 pm)
Thanks for responding. My husband figured out it's the radiator so we're replacing it with a new one and hopefully the problem solved. Do appreciate your quick respond to my e-mail. God Bless you and your family. Thanks a lot again. Take care.
#416 of 485 1995 Nissan Pick-up
May 08, 2008 (4:36 pm)
Hubby just replaced new radiator/water pump/thermostat on his Nissan P/up and yet it's still giving him problem. Sometimes, thermostat not working right, and water is overflowing/leaking over the radiator. Took at the auto repair and mechanic didn't find anything wrong-Is there anything else that he should be checking or replacing parts that he's not aware of? P/U is really in good condition body/engine looks very clean but it's been acting up lately. Need advise from someone out there who really knows and expert on the maintenance and repair on Nissan P/Ups. Do appreciate the advise or ideas. Thank you.
#417 of 485 Re: 1995 Nissan Pick-up [4primadonna]
May 08, 2008 (4:50 pm)
While he replaced the radiator, water pump, and thermostat he did not appear to backflush the engine to rid it of any contaminants or BLOCKAGES. If he has the equipement fine, if not take it to a radiator shop and have it backflushed with a water gun pressurized by an air compressor.
#418 of 485 Key Release Button
May 16, 2008 (4:39 pm)
Where is the key release button located on the 1995 Nissan pickup truck? The manual says I have one, but it doesn't show where it is.
#419 of 485 Re: Key Release Button [stavner]
May 18, 2008 (12:23 am)
The regular key button is located next to the key. If you're talking about the overide button in case the ignition doesn't release your key it is located in the steering column.