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2005 nissan titan radiator problem

2nd radiator in 87k miles, the dealer says that it is an electrical problem. he said it was caused by my after market radio. keep in mind the radiator comes from the nissan dealer, does this sound like a bunch of bull or what?

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    Frank Fernandez May 11, 2010

    Sounds like total BULL to me.



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Is the truck overheating, or do you have a leak? Electrical issues could cause the cooling fan not to run, making it overheat. If it is a leak, Titan radiators are known to be iffy quality, they tend to crack near the bottom.

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That service "Expert" who told you that should probably get his head checked or his *** kicked. The radiator has nothing to with the stereo system. Although and I dont think this would be the situation at all, its possible if you have an amp hooked up, its drawing too much off the alternator but that would be drawing current off the battery. It's not the stereo, I think it's second rate material that they are making everything out of these days. It goes bad so you have to take it back to be told your stereo is causing it. Hope it helps.

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