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#413 of 875 Problem with 2005 Nissan Titan
Aug 11, 2005 (7:28 pm)
I have been having problems with water forming on the passenger side floor. If you look under your truck on the passenger side you will see a hole that has been plugged. All you need to do is push up on the plug and it will break. This hole allows heat and water to form in the cab. Design problem that needs to be corrected. I have had my truck in the shop 5 times and now when I turn right I hear a grinding noise. Can we say Lemon Law!!!! I switched from an american product to this hoping to improve my luck and look what happens.
#414 of 875 Re: Still have bad brakes [maggiejayne]
Aug 13, 2005 (1:17 pm)
i have had brake problems from the 1st day. at first they kept telling me i didnt know how to drive with big tires. then i had the rotors turned twice, and the i contacted nissan and the dealer put on "a new kit," so far the brakes work , but are spongy and went right to the floor when i had to stop quickly. of course they say that the pedal going to the floor is normal and the brakes are still working when it does that. tell my front bumper with the scrape marks on it from that guys rear bumper/
#415 of 875 Re: Lemon Law [7forever1]
Aug 13, 2005 (1:20 pm)
i would like to does any one know how to do it
maybe we could get a group to do it
#416 of 875 titan front end problems
Aug 13, 2005 (1:35 pm)
has any one had problems with the front end??? my 2004 titan kc le has had a problem with wondering all over the road. you have to constnatly fight the steering wheel. when you hit a good bump it feels like the tires are coming up throught the truck. of course i have had the brake problems to. they say its fixed ha ha my dealer told me if i wasnt happy to go contact nissan consumer affairs. last truck i buy from Greenville Nissan. texas
#417 of 875 Re: cptnmatt [cptnmatt]
Aug 19, 2005 (6:00 pm)
Well just had my control module ,master computer, die on me in the mountain in the middle of my vacation. I have 15000 miles on the truck. They are replacing it.
#418 of 875 Fuel guage problem
Aug 20, 2005 (10:39 am)
after driving some 20 miles on low tank (yellow light was ON) with my 05 CC (2300 total miles now), I pulled into a gas station and filled up the tank. 23 gallons went in (expected to be able to tank more). When I started the engine, I noticed that the gauge was still on the very low level and the yellow light was still ON. 10 minutes after driving the gauge went slowly up and showed 1/4 of tank full of gas (yellow light was off now). Next day started the engine and it went slowly up to half a tank after some 5 minutes of driving. I suspected some air being trapped in the gas tank, so I accelerated a few times and took a few fast corners with the car. The fuel gauge went up fast and showed full tank. It might have been some air being trapped in the empty tank while pumping gas into the tank with a fast pace but I am not sure. I saw more people having (different) trouble with their Titan fuel gauge on this forum. Any feedback?
#419 of 875 Re: Fuel guage problem [kamran1]
Aug 20, 2005 (1:51 pm)
I have let my tank on the 04 get low several times to where the low light comes on. After filling, it went off and the guage functioned properly.
#420 of 875 Re: Fuel guage problem [kamran1]
Aug 21, 2005 (7:06 pm)
Just had this problem with my 04 LE CC, took it right to the dealer and they told me that they have seen this problem a few times and its very intermittent.
What happens is if you top the tank off it holds the float down so the gauge doesn't read. Don't top the tank and the gauge works perfectly. When it clicks off its done, any more and the gauge doesn't read correctly. Its more of a quirk than a problem.
#421 of 875 What oil to use with E85 gass
Aug 22, 2005 (9:55 am)
Got a new 05 Titan Crewcab SE 2WD due for an oil change soon. I have been running E85 in it and the book says to use oil that is FFV (flex-fuel vehicle) or AFV (alternative fuel vehicle) compatible. None of the typical oil brands say this on their bottles, and my dealer says it does not matter as long as it is 5W30 oil. The book says using a non-compatible oil can cause engine and warranty problems. Any suggestions.
#422 of 875 Re: Fuel guage problem [kamran1]
Aug 23, 2005 (7:58 am)
My '04 Titan KC has an interesting fuel guage as well. I have noticed that every once in a while the needle will move up until it will read FULL when I have no more than a 1/2 tank of gas. The needle will stay that way for a while and then go back down to the correct reading.
It keeps me entertained as I get shook around by the brake judder when stopping.