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The wost truck suspension ever experienced!
By littletitan on
Vehicle2005 Nissan Titan 4dr Crew Cab XE 4WD SB (5.6L 8cyl 5A)
ReviewBought the truck brand new in 2005.
Start having big problem three years later.
Bearings on both rear-wheels
are broken which lead to oil leak and cost too expensive to repair ($450 for each side).
A year after replaced both rear wheels' bearings, the rear wheel spring attachment to the body was broken due to rust and poor welding.
Twelve months later, the bearing at the T bar nearby the trans. was broken and caused the oil leak, cost too $450 to repair. Then later, 2 backup sensors were out and were replaced.
This truck was a biggest disappointment to me.
I finally gave up on this truck and sold it in 2012.
Nissan knew a bout this problem on all Nissan trucks but careless to recall.
I could not afford to keep spending money on repairing the differential parts and suspension parts so I ended up to tray in for anF-150 in 2012. It was a nightmare to own a Titan truck for me.
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