Complaint Number: 10173223 Incident Date: November 11, 2006 Date Added to File: November 12, 2006 Description of the Complaint: Loud noise from rear end. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. Two years ago 2013 I heard a loud noise coming from the front differential. I Was Told The Rear Differential Had Broken Teeth And It Is A Recurring Problem. This Is Ridiculous That nissan Will Not Step Up And Pay For The Item That Is Obviously A Defect. Don't waste your time wasting ours! Had The Driveshaft Not Ripped Free From The Differential, The Rear Wheels Could Have Locked Up, Causing The Truck To Skid Out Of Control.
Their problems are mostly due to sloppy tolerances. The dealership replaced the entire axle. Leaking Oil Tends To Cover Brakes. Nissan is recalling certain 2014 model year Titan King Cab and Crew Cab pick-up trucks manufactured August 27, 2013, through November 13, 2013. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control.
Nissan will notify owners, and dealers will replace the brake master cylinder, free of charge. I Have Never Towed Anything Nor Been Off Road. My brakes have been worked on three times, both times of differential failure the truck was in the shop for a month, I have owned the truck for one year and currently have 29000 miles. Passenger and driver side shackle, clips, spring assemble, bolts needed to be replaced. The driver stated the failure was contributed to front differential. Easy job, use Timken hub assemblies.
Vehicle was using Cruise Control. The new rear started leaking within a year and have denied further warranty repairs. I took it to nissan and they said the u joints are going bad. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. Dealer replaced whole rear end assembly to correct. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. Basically Rebuild The Entire Rearend.
Complaint Number: 10202469 Incident Date: April 5, 2007 Date Added to File: September 11, 2007 Description of the Complaint: I currently own a 2004 titan crew cab with tow package and I have 80,000 mi. I had it back to the dealer 5 times in less than a year for several issues. Seals Will Be Replaced Possibly Dictating Axle Replacement Because nissan Has No Tooling To Remove The Axle Bearings. Nissan North America is recalling 5,744 model year 2019 Altimas. Why Is nissan Not Making This Right? Tried to accelerate, truck would not move, and I could hear an audible clicking noise at what would have been tire rotation speed. I decided to do some research and went on to several internet sites for nissan titan owners to see if others were experiencing similar problems or if there was a recall for this. Braking Felt Off When Driving, Which Led To Initial Walk-around Of The Truck And Noticed Fluid On Ground.
The manufacturer was notified of the failure but no assistance was offered. Need to put in four wheel drive to get out the middle of the road. If you insist on an import Toyota is your best bet anyway. Complaint Number: 10212111 Incident Date: October 14, 2007 Date Added to File: December 17, 2007 Description of the Complaint: Rear differential failure. Passenger And Driver Side Shackle, Clips, Spring Assemble, Bolts Needed To Be Replaced. Complaint Number: 10193279 Incident Date: May 16, 2007 Date Added to File: June 13, 2007 Description of the Complaint: Failed rear differential seal on rear tires. Master Tech decided to swap out and adjust the driveshaft and told me the truck has been fixed.
The First One Occurred At 47k Miles And Was Covered Under Warranty, Now At 67k Miles The Same Seal Has Failed Again And Now I Have To Pay Out Of My Own Pocket. The Truck Only Has 44,000 Miles On The Odometer. The vehicle was taken to the dealer where the contact was informed that the drive shaft and rear axle needed to be replaced. Just as a follow up, Nissan came to their senses in my case and warranted the entire job. I bought a Titan in 2016. It has happened during normal driving conditions, as well as when towing, off-roading, etc. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control.
This Could Result In A Serious Accident Occurring Should The Failure Occur At Highway Speeds. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. I will contact my dealer tomorrow morning for them to pick it up. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. At 15k limp mode again as turning to interstate ramp.
Although the rear end gear failure did not cause an accident I was told by a mechanic that if the gears failed and lock at highway speeds they could cause the rear wheels to lock which could cause an accident. If I had not checked it would have been a safety issue, as oil could get on the brakes. This model Titan only requires about 2. Changing the oil in your Titan's rear differential may seem like a daunting task, but in reality, it is nearly just as easy as. Nissan said it doesn't know of any accidents resulting from the problem.
Called And Described Issues, They Assigned File And Asked Me To Obtain Additional Diagnosis which I Had To Again Pay For And Information About Any Previous nissan Vehicles Owned. Leak Was Large Enough To Contaminate Parking Brake Assembly, Rendering It Useless. If My Rear End Went Out While Driving 70mph Which I Do Every Day. Complaint Number: 10188479 Incident Date: April 20, 2007 Date Added to File: April 20, 2007 Description of the Complaint: Rear differential failure. The truck is back in for repair within 5 days since and back brakes are not working properly.