Question about 2004 Nissan Titan
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
IF IT WONT START OR TURN OVER.CHECK BATTERY CABLES FOR TIGHTNESS AND FREE FROM CORROSSION. IF ALL IS GOOD STARTER COULD BE THE PROBLEM.IF YOU ARE NOT GETTING NO DASH LIGHTS OR RADIO WITH THE IGNITION SWITCH ON.PROBLEM COULD BE IGNITION FUSE OR SWITCH IS BAD.
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
Could not find specs for 2006 but this is the specs for 2005 5.6
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
It's under ther dash little squarish box., 2 screws and a white plug very easy to fix. i just did mine in my 05.
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
SOURCE: 2006 nissan titan check engine
Their is a fault with the electronics on one of the vehicles electrical circuits, or one of the sensors is activated and reading a mechanical fault. This will bring up the malfunction indicator light, you will need to see a dealer with an electronics reader to find out what this fault code is meaning. Some dealers will read it for free, and then charge for the repair from that point. If it was a false code they will also reset it for free, althogh i have heard some dealers can charge up to $100. OR you can even hire a fault code reader from an automotive parts store and read it yourself. If it is an orange light, just get it to a dealer when you are able to. If it is a red light, avoid driving it and get to a dealer ASAP. this will prevent any further possible electrical damage and any other mechanical damage from what ever the fault maybe. Also, their is a safety issue if the fault is relating to a safety feature of the car. It is hard to pin point an exact fault and exact cost. Cost will vary with the type of fault. Once repaired, the dealer will be able to reset the light for you. Goodluck
Posted on Jan 25, 2011
How high are we talking? You have verified this is the correct pressure with a mechanical test gauge? If not do that first, if the pressure is normal then replace the sending unit first.
Posted on Jul 06, 2012
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