Question about 2005 Nissan Titan
I have a 2005 titan i just bought a few months ago with 60,000 miles and i went to start it today and the slip light came on and it would'nt stay running. it fires right up then shuts off. i added brake fluid to see if the slip senser was the problem, i checked the brake pads that are fairly new and the're in proper positions. also i recently replaced my fuel pump so i checked the wires that plug into the fuel pump to be sure that was secure, i know that these are good trucks but this is getting rediculous! anyone have some tips pointers or answers to help me find the solution?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is a head scratcher! My first thought is the rotors. They have an oil film that needs to be degreased before being installed. That may be only part of the prob! My guess is that you hit open road in a short time?? The grinding, jack each wheel and rotate by hand, have your helper gently apply the brakes,[just slightly], this should lead you to the prob. Also check for movement in the wheel bearings. Check that the dust shields are clearing the rotor. If all this fails, remove the wheels and check the inside of the rims for any wear marks. This may be ever so slight. This is the best I can come up with at this time! Frankster016
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
I checked a consumer advocate site and realized that I am not the only one with this problem. I read that there is a problem with the Nissan Titan tailpipe falling off, well the problem with this is that it melts the wire harnes that goes to the abs and rear wheel sensors. Since this system is all interconnected it causes the 4 wheel drive not to work. In particular I found an unprotected wire harness disconnected by the passanger side rear wheel that was broke, after stripping this wire and reconnecting it, it turned on the 4-wheel drive. Make sure the truck is off and it is in 2 wheel mode when this is reconnected it could cause a blown fuse or an electric shock. Trial an reading free blogs solved my $675 diognostic fee, pass this on I am sure I am not the only one with this problem.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
SOURCE: p1320 trouble code plus
The P1320 code is essentially a coil primary voltage problem. This is traceable using a labscope or accurate DVOM and perhaps you can isolate one or two coils that still work but are close to failure...but there is a nissan service message recommending replacement of ALL coils with updated/improved models to prevent this type of failure. TCS/SLIP is traction control. Most likely you have a speed sensor issue. Be aware, some vehicles can falsely illuminate TCS because of low tire pressure in a single wheel.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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