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#754 of 875 Nissan Customer Service Sucks
Nov 07, 2008 (5:55 pm)
Last week a rim on my 2006 Titan broke. The lug nuts and studs stayed in place, but the rim broke. Because the truck was out of warranty (mine had 46K instead of the 36K warranty number), Nissan said I had to pay. They said that rims break. "Sometimes it happens" said the dealer. The regional rep agreed. Any other Nisaan owners have the same issue? Or others have bad customer service issues with Nissan? We currently own 2 Nissans which we bought new that have the same rims..."That sometimes it happens" that the rims break... Good thing mine broke at 10-15 mph and not 60...otherwise I wouldn't be telling you this today.
I'd never buy another Nissan again...
#755 of 875 Re: Nissan Customer Service Sucks [jmj57]
Nov 07, 2008 (8:10 pm)
Is that the 17 or 18" rim that you're talking about?
#756 of 875 willthe rockford fosgate stereo plug in?
Dec 21, 2008 (8:53 am)
will the sub amp headunit, and speakers plug in i have a 6 disc changer in my 05 le thanks
#757 of 875 Re: willthe rockford fosgate stereo plug in? [jonboyf]
Dec 21, 2008 (9:13 am)
You will need an adapter harness that can be found at BestBuy, Circuit City, etc.
#758 of 875 Re: willthe rockford fosgate stereo plug in? [obyone]
Dec 21, 2008 (1:55 pm)
im talking about a factory stereo from a junkyard titan, thanks
#759 of 875 Re: Nissan Customer Service Sucks [obyone]
Feb 02, 2009 (7:03 pm)
it sure does! they keep your truck all day and don't fix anything!
#760 of 875 Transmission Electrical Whine? Need Advice
Feb 16, 2009 (3:56 pm)
My 04 Titan CC 4x4 with 44,000 miles just started making this load electrical whine from the tranny. Took a while to pinpoint but it is clearly coming from under the black cover (looks like a pan) behind the main part of the transmission. The noise starts when I turn the key to the on position (doesn't have to be running). Doesn't so it when in th ACC position. At first thought it was a grounding issue with the radio but it's not coming from the speakers...clearly identifiable underneath the truck coming from under the black cover. Something perhaps with the 4WD mechanism?
My wife took it to the dealer today and they wouldn't even listen to the sound without charging $95 to pull it in the shop. Crappy service. Just wondering if anyone had any expereince/ideas with this. Searched the web and have come up empty handed so far.
#762 of 875 Re: '04 Titan radiator leak at 50K miles [ruthlesreb]
Feb 22, 2009 (8:06 am)
My 04 Titan was bought with 95k on it, I put the iridium plugs in it, flushed the tranny and put in the Valvoline Maxlife (It works great in the Titan, you don't need to waste your money on J-Matic), changed the oil with synthetic, and thought now I will have a reliable truck for the next 10 years, at least. I had a 1985 Nissan pickup with the z motor that finally threw a wrist pin at 285k, (my fault for having straight 40w in the winter time and after a cold start rattle the knock came the next day), and my maxima's were in the high 200's when they started losing power. Well long story short, I was smelling coolant on my titan. I thought no big deal, it's a slow leak somewhere and I'll get to it when I have time. I figured I would see the temp going to about halfway when coolant loss got there, but instead it rocketed to max in like 15 seconds with no warning. Damn aluminum engines. Blown both heads instantly. Blue devil "fixed" it for a month. should have traded it in then. The crack in the lower plastic radiator tank had grown to 5 inches. I replaced the radiator, but it was to late.
#763 of 875 differential problem
Mar 30, 2009 (7:24 am)
Hello, I have an 04 Titan SE. I purchased it used in 05. My differential just went out and I am trying to find the best way to get it going again. Of course warranty is out. Do i take it to the dealer $$$ ? or do i take it to a shop that specializes in rear ends? Help! any ideas or suggesstions?