Question about 2004 Nissan Titan
I have not started my Titan for 1 week. went out and the battery acted like it was dead. But a new battery on and the truck would still not turn over, just clicked. When the switch is off the gauges jump. Any ideas?
Do a gauge test. turn off the key and hold the trip meter reset knob. while you are holding the knob, turn the key to ACC position and hold knob for 10 seconds. this will put the cluster into self diag mode. after that happens, let go of the knob and just push it slowly / repeadly and observe the cluster assy. It should be changing and all kinds of stuff should be happening. Don't be scared, you can get out of the self diag mode simply by turning the key off again. Test gauges since those are part of the CAN cyctem also. If NG that you may need a new cluster assy.
Posted on Jul 24, 2008
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