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#559 of 875 2004 Titan LE 4x4
Sep 08, 2006 (5:35 pm)
I have had six sets of brakes,new larger rotors finally fixed the vibratons coming to a stop. I still have vibrations with 28,000 miles on the truck, speeds at 30 to 55 mph caused by faulty tires on the truck. I have had new horn, replaced the rear end cover becaused it had rusted out. My heated seats stay on now although the dealer
Pat Peck Nissan states there is nothing wrong. The gas mileage dropped from 17.9 mpg on the road to 10 mpg the dealer Pat Peck Nissan states nothing is wrong. I have had mirrors replaced for wind noise and crome paint flaking off. The tires have been a problem from 2,500 miles on the truck. The sensors were adjusted today for the air pressure in the tires. I have had the dash worked on for the rattles.
The seat belts gets tight while on the driving road for long trips. I have only had it in the shop about 30 times with oil changes and repairs. I have asked Nissan about the lemon law with the brakes and repairs to no avail.
#560 of 875 Re: 2004 Titan LE 4x4 [mfillers]
Sep 08, 2006 (11:25 pm)
Sounds like more of a dealer problem, try taking it to a different dealer.
I'm not saying that they are great trucks, I had 2 of them, but your problems sound like you have a bad dealer. Mine had FAR more problems than yours, but I had a great dealer so it wasn't a major issue usually.
#561 of 875 oil sender and oil filters....
Sep 13, 2006 (11:42 am)
Hello all, i would like to know if anyone ever changed out their own oils and used different oil filters? My question is that i've been using a purolator oil filter since new and when i switched brands, the oil pressure readings on my gauge would read slightly higher when i switch to a Wix oil filter upon startup only. But, after driving for awhile after starting up, the readings would go back down or peak normally at the midpoint on the oil pressure gauge. Has anyone experience this or just me?
Also, does anyone know where is the oil sender/sensor location on my titan? And if the oil pressure gauge on these trucks are real ones or are they just a "dummy"?
Thanks for any inputs guys.
#562 of 875 Re: vibration between 20-30mph and bad suspension in 06 titan [ksharpe]
Sep 17, 2006 (4:56 pm)
I have the same vibration you are speaking of. I have an 06 King Cab 2WD. My dealer also told me, "they all do it". The vibration is felt most at 22mph de-accelerating, in neutral, on drive, with or without brakes applied. I believe the tranny may be the culprit as this seems to be a shift point. Not sure, but would like to have it repaired. Any information beyond what I offered would be great.
#563 of 875 Re: vibration between 20-30mph and bad suspension in 06 titan [ksharpe]
Sep 19, 2006 (8:24 am)
I only have about 500 miles on my '06 Titan KC 4x4, but haven't noticed the vibration or the bounce yet.
#564 of 875 Re: A/C does not turn off [jgordon24]
Sep 21, 2006 (10:29 am)
There are a lot of times that I need to turn on the defrost just to melt the snow outside the windshield but the AC turned on and can never be turned off, that bothers me and I think that's waist of gas and power.
#565 of 875 Re: A/C does not turn off [littletitan]
Sep 22, 2006 (8:52 am)
LITTLE...........Just FYI poss. nissan uses the same
idea as GM. When the defrosters are used the AC kicks
on along with them to remove moisture and condensation
from the air in the cabin..................
Can Any nissan gurus confirm this???????????
Oct 07, 2006 (6:02 pm)
Can someone tell me how to locate my PCV valve, and are there 2 or just one PCV valve... my manual has a picture that shows 2, but just wanted to make sure.
#567 of 875 Re: Suspension too bouncy...anyone else??? [tbowen767]
Nov 24, 2006 (5:23 pm)
YES!!! I have a 2006 2WD Crew Cab and the first day I drove it home the rear end shook at 45mph and again at 52mph. This is a very annoying problem because most "in town" driving is around 40 to 55mph. I've had tires balanced, then replaced. No change. Then had the driveshaft changed. Again no change. I've heard that this may be caused by a bad fit with the differential to driveshaft meaning the two are in a bind and when the vehicle accelerates the driveshaft will not rotate corretly kinda like a tire out of balance. If you have heard anything as to how to fix this problem please let me know. Thanks.
Dec 10, 2006 (7:18 pm)
I have a titan with the rockford fosgate radio and navigation. It has a aux input on the radio. Can I plug a Sirius Stargate 4 directly into the aux plug? Even Best buy did not know. Thanks for any input. Dale