My 2005 titan 4x4 is having transfer case problems. It has passed 308,000 miles. Is it worth repairing?

Asked by Nov 18, 2013 at 10:01 PM about the Nissan Titan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

new tires, brakes, and wipers. fresh paint. uses no oil.

3 Answers

Do you LOVE this vehicle?...due to the number of miles I'd say YES, you do...stick with it, then~....unless you fancy the new ones...then bite the carrot and go for it~

is there nothing we can simply insert a few shims or change out some bearings to fix?

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I would fix it just because it cost less to repair than buy a new one. Check the junk yards and see if you can find a new one to put in it. Much cheaper than a parts house.

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