2004 Nissan Titan Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2004 Nissan Titan
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2004 Nissan Titan ProblemsOverheating/Lack of Ventilation May Cause Rear Axle Seals to Leak
Overheating and/or lack of proper venting can cause the rear axle seals to leak. Excessive fluid loss can result in major damage to the rear differential assembly and/or axle bearings.
A weak or failing fuel pump can cause power loss due to lower fuel pressure and lean mixture conditions. This rarely causes a Check Engine Light to illuminate and should be repaired to avoid catalytic converter damage.
after about 200 miles of constant driving vehicle would jerk very badly as if transmission were slipping. Just found a TSB for pump failure under full acceleration. replaced no problems since- pending
2004 Nissan Titan QuestionsMy front left wheel bearing has gone bad for the 4th time now. Any causes? (1 answer)
My front left side only wheel bearing first went on me about 2 months ago. Since the replacement I have had the same bearing go on me 3 more times. At first we thought it was a bad part now it has to be something so much more. Each replacement bearing only lasts about 300 miles.
Those three lights are on and the 4 wheel drive won't engage what's wrong
2004 Nissan Titan RecallsEngine Stalls Without Warning
A relay in the engine control power distribution module may arc and cause a failure which can result in engine stalling. Dealers will replace the relay inside the module free of charge to resolve the problem.
Nissan is recalling certain 2004 - 2010 Titan, Armada, & QX56 vehicles. Also included are 2005 - 2010 Frontier, Xterra, and Pathfinder vehicles for faulty front and/or rear suspension lower control arms. The problem is the control arm's attaching point to the vehicle's chassis. During the manufacturing process, some control arms may contain welds that do not meet Nissan's strength specs, and if they break, it may result in loss of vehicle control, and a possible crash.
The rear center seat belt may be too short, making it difficult to pull out after the automatic locking mode has engaged. Due to this difficulty, rear seat occupants may not use the belt consistently, increasing the risk of injury in the event of a crash. Dealers will replace the rear center seat belt to correct this concern. This recall began on June 11, 2007. The Nissan recall number is R0701.