Question about 2004 Nissan Titan
My nissan titan can not be given alot of gas or it spudders, the other day the car spuddered and lost power, I had to pull over I started it back up, but engine light is still on and it does not drive well, my truck has also started shaking when braking to stop. Iam still paying for it its not covered under a warranty anymore, I cant afford to put it in the shop Iam a single mother of three. can anyone help.
I also have a nissan titan 05, and i was having the same problems, checked it out and it turn out to be some kinda fuel pump sensor that wasn't working properly and (lagging) the gas from going to the motor which could be the cause of the spudders ur getting. Fortunetly for me i still have the warranty for it and got it fixed.
Shacking or light vibration on you brake pedal, steering wheel kinda vibrates when you apply your brakes. It could be several things.
1. You might just need new brakes, because if it's shaking when you brake then that means your brake pads are seriously worn out and the brake metal is grinding with your rotors, this would make a loud squickie noise when baking. and can damage your rotors to the point they can't be fixed anymore.
2. You might need an alignment.
3. Your callipters could be broken and causing a rough shaking when the brakes are applied. (This can be very dangerous if driving like that.)
I suggest you take it to the shop and do a diagnostic to find out what's wrong.
Regarding your expired warranty: You should call them and ask if your truck qualifies for and extended warranty and set you up with a low monthy payment if your not able to pay it in full. They will ask for your miles that your truck has and they will make their discision based on that to see if you qualify or not. You won't loose nothing by trying.
These kind of repairs can be very expensive, and even more expensive if you don't fix them right away, so it's always good to have some type of insurance or warranty to cover that and a mechanic you can trust.
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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