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2009 Nissan Titan LE 2WD King Cab SWB FFV

2009 Nissan Titan
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Rear Wheel Drive, King Cab
13 mpg city / 18 mpg hwy
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replace drive belts
Asked by Joseph P March 21, 2022, 10:04 pm 0 reply
Crew Cab Door; Deep Gouge
Moved my Titan in my parent's backyard, next to my dad's 20' flatbed with short rails. I scrapped across the sharp corner of the rail about 2ft long. It's pretty deep. Don't want t...
Asked by Jesse S February 2, 2019, 9:05 pm 0 reply
all gauges out while driving
start happening a week ago, while driving all gauges go out, stay for a few minutes and start working again
Asked by Ed B June 6, 2013, 9:21 pm 0 reply
cause of braking problem?
emergency brake light comes on for no reason......i can stop ...turn off....then startup light goes out and brakes are back to normal.
Asked by Les N September 5, 2011, 10:58 am 0 reply
fix column shifter in 2008 nissan titan
I spilled grape kool aid in column shifter, its screwed how do i take it apart to clean it off so it will quit getting stuck. thanks
Asked by Matthew K April 18, 2009, 8:54 pm 2 replies
switch mask replacement
how do you remove and replace the circular 4-wheel drive switch mask face plate...have the replacement, but can't figure out how to release the old one without ripping it up
Asked by Butch S September 17, 2010, 4:24 pm 0 reply

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