Nissan Titan Repair and Maintenance
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Nissan Titan ProblemsCorrosion due to water in connector between engine and wiring harness
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
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.
Nissan Titan QuestionsDealer replaced r rear wheel sea now the drive shafts just spin inside the reare (1 answer)
Heavy oil usage (1-2 quarts per week) despite power test showing equal compression in all 8 and oil been changed timely. Plugs 2 & 4 need regular cleaning. Dealership/3rd party mechanics all say the engine is fine and won't work on it. Could vandalism cause this?
Nissan Titan RecallsImproper Weight And Load Rating On Certification Label
The vehicle weight rating as listed on the vehicle certification label is misprinted to a weight too large for the vehicle to carry. Nissan will provide a new label to replace the incorrect one free of charge to resolve the concern.
The brake master cylinder provides the hydraulic pressure to operate the braking system. The brake master cylinder may intermittently reduce the pressure supplied to the front brakes. This could result in increased stopping distance. Dealers will replace the master cylinder on affected vehicles free of charge to correct this concern.
The brake shift interlock function may fail, allowing the transmission shift lever mounted on the steering column to be able to be moved from the park position without depressing the brake pedal. Dealers will remedy the vehicles free of charge.