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The Nissan Titan, a full-size pickup truck produced by Nissan USA for the North American market, began production in 2003. Deriving its name from the titans of Greek mythology, the Titan utilizes Nissan's F-Alpha platform, also used by the Nissan Armada and Infiniti QX56. The first-generation Titan remained largely unchanged till 2015 and featured automatic brake control, King Cab or Crew Cab options with full rear seats, and varying bed lengths. After the 2008 financial crisis led to a rethinking of plans, the second-generation Titan was unveiled at the 2015 North American International Auto Show, aiming for a significant market share. Offered in three cab styles, this generation initially introduced four-door King Cab models, followed by the Regular Cab models. In 2020, Nissan unveiled a redesigned Titan XD, eliminating certain older models and introducing a new nine-speed automatic transmission. The 2020 Titan also boasts a standard V8 engine producing 400 hp. This full-size, light-duty pickup truck shines with a comfortable cabin, smooth ride on smooth asphalt, and impressive cargo handling. The Titan comes equipped with state-of-the-art tech like a 9-inch touchscreen, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, wireless smartphone charging, and multiple charging ports. The use of high-quality materials in the interiors, such as the Platinum Reserve upholstery, lends a premium feel. With a class-leading limited warranty and powertrain warranty, the Nissan Titan solidifies its position as a strong contender in its segment.

The Nissan Titan, a full-size pickup truck, often encounters issues with its powertrain and engine due to its demanding mission. Powertrain issues typically surface around 80,000 miles, with drivers complaining about a loud clicking noise when turning, excessive vibration while driving, grease on the tire's inside edge or the vehicle's underside, abnormal tire wear, and difficulty controlling the vehicle. These issues usually indicate a failing axle shaft, wheel bearing, or leaf spring bushing. Engine failure, another common problem, often manifests through strange engine noises, burnt oil odors, decreased engine performance, reduced power, acceleration, fuel economy, and starting issues. When the Check Engine Light illuminates, it's advisable to check the Titan's engine control module, exhaust manifold gasket, exhaust flange gasket, and oil filter. In addition to these issues, routine inspection of other parts like the seat belt, headlight, and door lock actuator is crucial for safety and theft prevention. The blower motor resistor, door handle, and power steering hose, all susceptible to wear and tear, should also receive regular attention.

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Nissan Titan Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How do I remove and replace the blower motor and blower motor resistor in a Nissan Titan?
    A: Disconnect the negative battery terminal. Remove the glove compartment and lower dash trim to access the front blower motor. Disconnect the electrical connector, remove the mounting screws, and pull out the motor. If replacing, transfer the fan to the new motor. For the rear, remove the right-rear interior trim panels. Disconnect the electrical connector, remove the mounting screws, and pull out the motor. If replacing, transfer the fan to the new motor. For the blower motor resistor, disconnect the electrical connector, remove the mounting screws, and pull out the resistor. Installation is the reverse of removal. Check for proper operation.
  • Q: How to remove and install the control assembly in a Nissan Titan?
    A: Disconnect the negative battery terminal. For 2009 and later models, remove the display unit and detach the A/C Switch assembly. For 2009 and later models, pry the trim from the overhead console and remove the assembly. For 2008 and earlier models, remove the rear overhead console and the assembly. Installation is the reverse of removal.
  • Q: How to replace a water pump in a Nissan Titan's cooling system?
    A: Drain the cooling system. If the coolant is relatively new or in good condition, save it and reuse it. Remove the engine cover. Remove the air intake duct between the throttle body and the air filter housing. Loosen, but do not remove, the mounting fasteners on the water pump pulley. For 2010 Armada models, remove the belt-driven engine cooling fan. Remove the lower radiator hose. For all models, remove the drivebelt. Remove the water pump pulley mounting fasteners, then remove the pulley. Remove the water pump mounting bolts, then detach the water pump from the engine. Check the impeller on the backside for evidence of corrosion or missing fins. Compare the new pump to the old one to make sure they're identical. Remove all traces of the old gasket from the engine as necessary. Carefully attach the pump to the engine and thread the bolts into the holes finger tight. Tighten the bolts, a little at a time, to the torque. Don't over tighten the bolts or the pump may be distorted. Reinstall all parts removed for access to the pump. Refill and bleed the cooling system. Run the engine and check for leaks and proper operation.