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#650 of 875 Re: 2007 Titan LE 4wd CC [firehaz1]
Mar 31, 2007 (8:30 pm)
The brake issue was fixed in late 2005; and the paint issue was isolated to 2006 models; hopefully you should have no problems with the 2007; however, Nissan seems to develop issues even after manufacturing for a number of years, for example in the 2006 release of Altima, it was recalled for engine fires, and this was a the last year model before a new generation with no issues the previous year.
#651 of 875 Re: 2007 Titan LE 4wd CC [razorthunder]
Mar 31, 2007 (10:07 pm)
Thanks for the quick reply. I'll let the board know if anything comes up. Now to the mods page.
#652 of 875 Paint and brake issues
Apr 11, 2007 (10:47 am)
The paint issues I am having are on a 2005 and the people who have replied to me with similar problems all have 2005's. No one is talking about it here, we are discussing it on the regular TITAN thread. I have also had complete brake job at 12k miles and am starting to feel the beginnings of the vibration again, this was supposed to be fixed on the 2005's or the "mod" was supposed to fix it. I am willing to bet within 2000 more miles I am getting a complete brake job again, I am at 25k right now. I mostly worry what will happen when my factory warranty runs out, will this issue be corrected or will Nissan expect me to pay for their design flaw. No other issues on mine, seems like I have had less problems than a lot of people.
#653 of 875 Re: Paint and brake issues [robnao]
Apr 11, 2007 (6:21 pm)
This is not a good forum to bring up problems, these posters are all Titan lovers that worship Nissan, and try to censor any problem with the Nissan line of vehicles. They don't beleive any problems exist in the Nissan line of vehicle, and if there are you should just trade it in for a 2008, where there will be no problems.
#654 of 875 Re: Paint and brake issues [razorthunder]
Apr 11, 2007 (6:52 pm)
I do not know what troubles you, razorthunber, but this forum is a good place to bring up and talk about Nissan Titan. But in reading all of your particular threads, you have had alot of troubles for yourself.
I think Nissan has had some problems in the past. But others like me have had only good things to say about Nissan. So please do not say that we are all Titan lovers. This is degrading and it brings much disrespect to this forum. Good luck to your future purchases.
#655 of 875 Re: Paint and brake issues [bmwseeker]
Apr 13, 2007 (8:47 pm)
No problem. Good luck with your (Nissan).
#656 of 875 Re: Suspension too bouncy...anyone else??? [paintmachine]
Apr 17, 2007 (8:55 am)
I puchased an 06 LE in July of 2006, and my tires have been bouncing since about 300 miles. I have been to the dealer and discount tire repeatedly so the tires could be "ride matched"/road force balanced in both places. The dealer put another set of tires and wheels from a new truck on the lot, and it was ok for a couple of hundred miles, then the bouncing came back. they took the "new tires and wheels off, and put my set back on since it didnt solve the issue. I called goodyear and they gave me full credit for the tires, and I bought another set of Goodyears (since I had to buy a Goodyear tire). I paid 119 for labor etc, and they bounce too. So I have had 3 sets of tires, 2 sets of wheels, shimmed the diff, 2 alignments. I live in Georgetown, Tx (just north of Austin) and I am told a DTS (Dealer Technical Specialist) will be here in Round Rock April 26th. I was told this in early March. I'm afraid the dts guy will say that its operating normally too, but the bounce (I call it a hop) is very noticeable. I'll do arbitration as well if he says that, I'm not going to waste anymore time. i can say that the Round Rock Nissan dealership has been very polite and tried pretty hard to solve this, but the service manager and I agree that the dts should have been involved sooner.
#657 of 875 A few questions
Apr 18, 2007 (5:48 am)
Has anyone put aftermarket exhaust on their Titan? If so which brand? I know the factory exhaust is superior to any(yes this includes my beloved HEMI Ram) truck on the market in terms of sound, but just curious to know of how good the aftermarket ones are.
Also, if anyone has installed a bed cover/tonneau top on their truck, please let me know.
#658 of 875 A few questions
May 01, 2007 (3:56 pm)
Don't have an aftermarket exhaust (yet), but I do have a Extang Tough Tonneau, the one with the attachment like a ziploc. I love this cover, no snaps, doesn't eat up bed space, easy to remove/replace, can be rolled up and has velcro to hold to in a roll to allow carrying the large items when needed and of course it looks good. Extang has an attachment system for the bed rail system if you have that as well (mine does and it worked great).
#659 of 875 Re: A few questions [blkhemi]
May 02, 2007 (3:46 am)
I have a 2006 Titan. When I bought it, it already had an after market exhaust on it. It's a dual exhaust system. I did look under my truck to see who it was made by, but I couldn't find a name. My truck is so loud, I love it; so do my kids and husband. If you know where the brand name would be let me know and I'll look again.