Question about 2004 Nissan Titan
Take it back to the dealer and mean business?? The guys at the dealer ship have nothing to do with the way the truck/car was put together. Yea it is a new truck, but the problems with it are not because of the guys at dealer but at the assembly line. So give the guys at your friendly dealer a little break. Those cars/trucks are put together 100ts or even 1000nds of miles from you local dealer and get shipped there on a truck and dropped off. That's it. Any problems with vehicle is now on the shoulders of your dealer/tech, that has to chase the problem that started in factory. I see it all the time, people getting angry at the dealership, for something that we have NO CONTROL over. Anyhow, the antenna or the receiver for the satelite radio is most likely not plugged in. You also need to subscribe to satelite radio in order for it to work. But have them check to see if the satelite radio/receiver is plugged in (all connectors that is, including the antenna) Good luck.
Posted on Jul 30, 2008
Take it back to the dealer and mean business. It is a new vehicle, they have to fix it under warranty.
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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