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Nissan Titan Questions


How Many Catalytic Converters Are In A Nissan Titan? And If One Was Replace...

I had my catalytic converter replaced last year only to be told I needed another one this year. Shouldn't it be covered under the warranty? Could you help me?

2,276 views with 6 answers (last answer about a day ago)

How Can I Tell If My Nissan Titan Is Locking Or Non Locking Differential

I'm trying to replace my transmission in my 2006 nissan titan 4+4 it a 5 speed automatic but don't no how to tell if it a locking our non locking rear differential

960 views with 3 answers (last answer 3 weeks ago)
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At What Mileage Should The Plugs Be Replaced On A 2005 Titan?

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I Have A 2015 Nissan Titan Pro-4x. I Just Towed W/i For The 1st Time Last W...

I have a 2015 Nissan Titan Pro-4x. I just towed w/I for the 1st time last week. When I plugged in the lights, I had brake & turning lights but I had no running lights. At 1st I thought it was the tr...

9 views with 1 answer (last answer 4 weeks ago)

Aux Fan Stopped Working, Overheating At Idle, Where Do I Start

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Nissan Titan Overview

The Nissan Titan is the auto maker's contribution to the full-sized truck market. As the name suggests, the Titan is big. It compares to trucks like the Ford F150 and the Toyota Tundra, but it sells so few that it doesn't really compete.

The Nissan Titan has been praised for its roomy, comfortable interior, wide rear doors, and other unusual features. However, it has been criticized for not offering as many body styles as similar trucks.

The Titan has been plagued with quality issues, particularly with the brakes, which tend to wear out very quickly.

A heavy-duty Titan, to compete with the likes of the Ford F250/F350 or the Dodge Ram 2500/3500, is rumored for 2009.