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How Do The Tire Pressure Sensors Work On A Nissan Titan. Can I Change To Aftermarket Rims Easily?From Other - Car Makes Forum:
How do the tire pressure sensors work on a Nissan titan. Can I change to aftermarket rims easily? I want to upgrade to an aftermarket rim for my Nissan titan. I am confused how this will affect my tire pressure sensors. My dealer said not an issue if I stay with a similar rim but offered no other details. Is the sensor located in or on the factory rim, if so, can it be transfer ed easily to a new rim? I do not want a constant idiot light showing on my dash.
Answer: Most sensors are part of the valve stem. If you can transfer them to the new wheels you should be OK.
What Should I Do To My New Nissan Titan?From Nissan Forum:
What should I do to my new Nissan Titan? I am getting a 2004 Black Nissan Titan. I was wondering what type of accessories and things I should add to it because I dint know much about trucks. I definitely want to get Tint, Blacked out Tail lights and LED headlight. Any other suggestions? Please help. What about like performance parts, rims, interior, exhaust. Stuff like that?
Answer: That is actually enough for it. You want somewhat a cool car, not a parade car.
How Much Weight Can A 2007 Nissan Titan Pull?From Nissan Forum:
How much weight can a 2007 Nissan Titan pull? I have a 2007 Nissan Titan, I want to pull trailers,campers,or maybe a boat. It is two wheel drive.I put a haul trailer hitch on it. The guy at haul said the hitch can pull 6,000lbs and 10,000 with a weight distribute. How much can the truck pull.
Answer: Your Titan should be able to tow to the full potential of the hitch that is installed. Your owner's manual gives tow ratings based on a factory hitch. Your ACTUAL towing capacity is the LESSER of what your truck is rated for and what your hitch is rated for.
What Would Be The Total Cost Of This Nissan Titan With These Customizations?From Nissan Forum:
What would be the total cost of this Nissan Titan with these customizations? I was looking at a 4 door Nissan Titan with an extended bed (if that's possible with a 4 door I dint know) with around a 6 inch lift and a grill guard. What do you think would be the total price range of all this be? I was also thinking of leather seats.
Answer: I'm driving a lifted Nissan Terra, it all depends on if you want a body lift or a suspension lift. Also With a 6" lift your stock tires are going to look tiny! So 33" tires are going to be around $900.
What Kind Of Sound System Should I Put In My Nissan Titan?From Car Audio Forum:
What kind of sound system should I put in my Nissan titan? I have an 06' lifted Nissan titan and its a crew cab and I'm deciding on what sound system I should put in it. Rockford Frigate I dint like they are BS compared to other systems so that's a no for sure. Pioneer, MT, Jackhammer etc. is kind of what I'm looking at. so what kind of subs, amp, and speakers should I put in it?
Answer: hey I got a 94 Nissan pathfinder and I got a 600 watt amp which is a MT roadrunner with a MT thunder subs (10in. and they are 1350 watts) but if u get those subs dint buy a Watt amp get like a 1000 watt CZ I had mine like a month and I bump all the time and I blew my amp Lil...
Who Owns A Nissan Titan And How Do You Like Your Truck?From Nissan Forum:
Who owns a Nissan Titan and how do you like your truck? My husband and I own a 2005 Nissan Titan LE that we just purchased last summer, and we just love it! It has the Flow master dual exhaust, which is kick ass rumblim! It also has full leather heated seats, the GAPS navigation system built in, the Rockford stereo system, the factory spray on bed liner with the Uni-track system. It has lots of power and we think it is just an awesome truck! It really is a tough competitor to the Dodge, Chevy, and Ford trucks.
Answer: I bought a 2005 Titan XE and so far, I'm very pleased with it. So far, no mechanical problems at 60,000 miles and the only maintenance I've had to do is oil changes. What I really like about the Titan is that a V-8 and extended cab (King Cab) are standard. Another feature I like is the 5-speed automatic with manual shift mode, and the low tire pressure warning system, also standard features. Inside, the cabin is roomy and quiet for a truck. The ride is good, and the steering has a nice feel to it. The stock exhaust rumble is noticeable and pleasant. Once broken in, the Titan gets respectable fuel mileage. With almost K miles, I'm getting 19.5mpg on the highway and 16 in the city. My last Chevy truck got worse mileage than that, while making almost HP less than the Titan's HP. Titans got a bad reputation from the 04 models and early 05's. Among the big problems were brakes and rear axles, all of which are fixed on the newer models. I don't care who the manufacturer is, you are going to have first year bugs. I have had a few rattles, but the dealer took care of it. You just cannot beat the power of a Titan. New from the factory, the ECU limits the power until around K miles. After that, it really opens up. A Titan KC will run even with a Dodge He mi, although the he mi is rated with more hp. HP isn't everything. There is an aftermarket of performance parts for the Titan. Up Rev can tune your ECU for additional performance. We're not talking about 10 or HP, we're talking about enough power to drop 0-60 times by a full second. Stock, a Titan will run 0-60mph in 7.4 seconds, with a good driver. With the Up Rev tune, expect 0-60 in 6.5 seconds or less. In addition, headers and CAI's are available for the Titan for even more power gains. I've seen a few Titans running mid 13's in the 1/4 mile. That's corvette (non Z06) territory. For those with the money, a supercharger is available from Still en. With a supercharger, the Titan can easily put down 400+hp to the rear wheels, putting it in Lightning territory. Along with those mods, I would recommend the Detroit True Tr ac, which gives you psi like performance and makes the rear axle nearly indestructible. If I had to buy another truck today, the Titan would be at the top of my list. The new Tundra with the 5.7L is going to be really nice, but I bet it will be way more expensive than the Titan. Before I bought my Titan, I have owned only domestic trucks. The biggest problem with the domestic trucks are the transmissions, Dodge being the worst, and various leaks. I took a chance with Nissan, and it will be hard to pull me back to the domestic trucks, unless it's a Dramas HUD 2500 ;-)
How Much For A Nissan Titan At A Car Auction?From Buying & Selling Forum:
How much for a Nissan Titan at a car auction? I am looking at going to a car auction (where dealers go) to see about getting one. I will have one of my friends who does car inspections look it over before the bidding to make sure it is in good shape. Now what would be the average winning bid for a 05'-07' Nissan Titan at one of these auctions? Don't tell me Yahoo Autos because dealers raise the price.
Answer: If you're going to a dealer auction, it should be about 50-70% of trade-in estimates on KB.COM.
What Is The Smallest Engine For A Nissan Titan?From Other - Car Makes Forum:
what is the smallest engine for a Nissan titan? I what to know the smallest engine for a Nissan titan? I know they only come in V. but I want to know is the like 4.8 L
Answer: All Nissan Titan's come with a 5.6 liter V. There is no other motor available
How Many Nissan Titan Long Bed Crew Cabs Were Made?From Nissan Forum:
How many Nissan Titan long bed crew cabs were made? I'm wondering how many Nissan Titan crew cab long beds were made? I own one and I have only ever seen only one like it mine. Are they rare?
Answer: Anytime a Jape assembly line is set up to make a product it is not going to be rare!
Should I Buy A 2006 Nissan Titan With The Valve Stem Light On?From Nissan Forum:
Should I buy a 2006 Nissan Titan with the valve stem light on? The 2006 Nissan Titan is at a car dealership and they are selling it for a good price and it has low mileage. The only problem is the tire sensor light is on in the truck. The dealership said that they replace the original Nissan valve stem with regular valve stem and that's why the light is on. They said they will not replace it with a Nissan valve stem and they lowed the price of the truck some more. Would you buy this truck and why?
Answer: The interior build quality of the Titan's aren't the greatest, but they DO have reliable engines. The valve stem light is only because the tire pressure monitoring sensors were pulled out of the tires when they were changed, so your truck won't be letting you know about low tire pressure. It's an inconvenience, and an oversight on the part of whoever changed the tires, but it's nothing dangerous. You can have Nissan replace the sensors for about $60-80 each (labor not included), or you can just leave it alone. All in all, this shouldn't factor into your purchasing decision.
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