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2005 NISSAN TITAN Defect Investigation Open 2008/05/30 - Close 2008/08/25 NHTSA #: PE08037
NHTSA Recall #: 08V284000
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:WIRING: ON MAY 30, 2008, THE OFFICE OF DEFECTS INVESTIGATION (ODI) OPENED A PRELIMINARY EVALUATION BASED ON CONSUMER COMPLAINTS ALLEGING THAT SMOKE AND/OR FIRE ERUPTED IN THE ENGINE COMPARTMENT OF MODEL YEAR (MY) 2005-2006 NISSAN ARMADA AND TITAN VEHICLES.BY LETTER DATED JUNE 24, 2008, NISSAN NOTIFIED THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC SAFETY ADMINISTRATION (NHTSA) THAT IT WILL CONDUCT A SAFETY RECALL (NHTSA #08V284) FOR MY2005-2006 NISSAN TITAN, ARMADA AND INFINITI QX56 VEHICLES MANUFACTURED FROM MARCH 17, 2005 TO AUGUST 21, 2006 THAT ARE EQUIPPED WITH A 90-WATT AIR CONDITIONING CONDENSER FAN.THE RECALL INVOLVES APPROXIMATELY 180,664 VEHICLES.THIS ALSO INCLUDES APPROXIMATELY 5,689 SUBJECT CONDENSER FANS, SOME OF WHICH MAY HAVE BEEN INSTALLED IN MY2004 AND PRE-MARCH 17, 2005 MY NISSAN TITAN, ARMADA OR INFINITI QX56 VEHICLES AS A SERVICE REPLACEMENT PART.NISSAN DEALERS WILL INSTALL A SPECIAL THERMAL PROTECTOR KIT ON EXISTING FANS THAT WILL ELIMINATE THE POTENTIAL FOR A FIRE TO OCCUR.NISSAN NORTH AMERICA, INC. (NISSAN) INFORMED ODI THAT THE 90-WATT AIR CONDITIONING CONDENSER FAN WAS MANUFACTURED OUT-OF-SPECIFICATION ALLOWING FOR EXCESSIVE WATER INTRUSION AND INADEQUATE DRAINAGE OF MOISTURE THAT MAY ACCUMULATE IN THE MOTOR AS A RESULT OF WATER INTRUSION OR CONDENSATION.IF SUFFICIENT MOISTURE ACCUMULATES IN THE MOTOR WITHOUT ADEQUATE DRAINAGE, CORROSION MAY OCCUR.THE CORROSION CAN CAUSE AN INCREASE IN INTERNAL FRICTION AND AN INCREASE IN THE ELECTRICAL CURRENT DRAW, RESULTING IN AN INCREASE IN THE TEMPERATURE OF THE MOTOR THAT COULD MELT ITS WIRING INSULATION AND OTHER PLASTIC COMPONENTS AND FORM A GAS.IF TWO WIRES WITHOUT INSULATION TOUCH EACH OTHER AND CREATE A SPARK, THIS GAS COULD IGNITE AND RESULT IN A FIRE.THE ACTION TAKEN BY NISSAN IS SUFFICIENT TO RESOLVE THE ISSUE RAISED BY THIS INVESTIGATION.ACCORDINGLY, THIS INVESTIGATION IS CLOSED.
2005 NISSAN TITAN Defect Investigation Open 2008/05/30 - Close 2008/08/25 NHTSA #: PE08037
NHTSA Recall #: 08V284000
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:WIRING:FRONT UNDERHOOD: ON MAY 30, 2008, THE OFFICE OF DEFECTS INVESTIGATION (ODI) OPENED A PRELIMINARY EVALUATION BASED ON CONSUMER COMPLAINTS ALLEGING THAT SMOKE AND/OR FIRE ERUPTED IN THE ENGINE COMPARTMENT OF MODEL YEAR (MY) 2005-2006 NISSAN ARMADA AND TITAN VEHICLES.BY LETTER DATED JUNE 24, 2008, NISSAN NOTIFIED THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC SAFETY ADMINISTRATION (NHTSA) THAT IT WILL CONDUCT A SAFETY RECALL (NHTSA #08V284) FOR MY2005-2006 NISSAN TITAN, ARMADA AND INFINITI QX56 VEHICLES MANUFACTURED FROM MARCH 17, 2005 TO AUGUST 21, 2006 THAT ARE EQUIPPED WITH A 90-WATT AIR CONDITIONING CONDENSER FAN.THE RECALL INVOLVES APPROXIMATELY 180,664 VEHICLES.THIS ALSO INCLUDES APPROXIMATELY 5,689 SUBJECT CONDENSER FANS, SOME OF WHICH MAY HAVE BEEN INSTALLED IN MY2004 AND PRE-MARCH 17, 2005 MY NISSAN TITAN, ARMADA OR INFINITI QX56 VEHICLES AS A SERVICE REPLACEMENT PART.NISSAN DEALERS WILL INSTALL A SPECIAL THERMAL PROTECTOR KIT ON EXISTING FANS THAT WILL ELIMINATE THE POTENTIAL FOR A FIRE TO OCCUR.NISSAN NORTH AMERICA, INC. (NISSAN) INFORMED ODI THAT THE 90-WATT AIR CONDITIONING CONDENSER FAN WAS MANUFACTURED OUT-OF-SPECIFICATION ALLOWING FOR EXCESSIVE WATER INTRUSION AND INADEQUATE DRAINAGE OF MOISTURE THAT MAY ACCUMULATE IN THE MOTOR AS A RESULT OF WATER INTRUSION OR CONDENSATION.IF SUFFICIENT MOISTURE ACCUMULATES IN THE MOTOR WITHOUT ADEQUATE DRAINAGE, CORROSION MAY OCCUR.THE CORROSION CAN CAUSE AN INCREASE IN INTERNAL FRICTION AND AN INCREASE IN THE ELECTRICAL CURRENT DRAW, RESULTING IN AN INCREASE IN THE TEMPERATURE OF THE MOTOR THAT COULD MELT ITS WIRING INSULATION AND OTHER PLASTIC COMPONENTS AND FORM A GAS.IF TWO WIRES WITHOUT INSULATION TOUCH EACH OTHER AND CREATE A SPARK, THIS GAS COULD IGNITE AND RESULT IN A FIRE.THE ACTION TAKEN BY NISSAN IS SUFFICIENT TO RESOLVE THE ISSUE RAISED BY THIS INVESTIGATION.ACCORDINGLY, THIS INVESTIGATION IS CLOSED.
2005 NISSAN TITAN Defect Investigation Open 2008/05/30 - Close 2008/08/25 NHTSA #: PE08037
NHTSA Recall #: 08V284000
ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING: ON MAY 30, 2008, THE OFFICE OF DEFECTS INVESTIGATION (ODI) OPENED A PRELIMINARY EVALUATION BASED ON CONSUMER COMPLAINTS ALLEGING THAT SMOKE AND/OR FIRE ERUPTED IN THE ENGINE COMPARTMENT OF MODEL YEAR (MY) 2005-2006 NISSAN ARMADA AND TITAN VEHICLES.BY LETTER DATED JUNE 24, 2008, NISSAN NOTIFIED THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC SAFETY ADMINISTRATION (NHTSA) THAT IT WILL CONDUCT A SAFETY RECALL (NHTSA #08V284) FOR MY2005-2006 NISSAN TITAN, ARMADA AND INFINITI QX56 VEHICLES MANUFACTURED FROM MARCH 17, 2005 TO AUGUST 21, 2006 THAT ARE EQUIPPED WITH A 90-WATT AIR CONDITIONING CONDENSER FAN.THE RECALL INVOLVES APPROXIMATELY 180,664 VEHICLES.THIS ALSO INCLUDES APPROXIMATELY 5,689 SUBJECT CONDENSER FANS, SOME OF WHICH MAY HAVE BEEN INSTALLED IN MY2004 AND PRE-MARCH 17, 2005 MY NISSAN TITAN, ARMADA OR INFINITI QX56 VEHICLES AS A SERVICE REPLACEMENT PART.NISSAN DEALERS WILL INSTALL A SPECIAL THERMAL PROTECTOR KIT ON EXISTING FANS THAT WILL ELIMINATE THE POTENTIAL FOR A FIRE TO OCCUR.NISSAN NORTH AMERICA, INC. (NISSAN) INFORMED ODI THAT THE 90-WATT AIR CONDITIONING CONDENSER FAN WAS MANUFACTURED OUT-OF-SPECIFICATION ALLOWING FOR EXCESSIVE WATER INTRUSION AND INADEQUATE DRAINAGE OF MOISTURE THAT MAY ACCUMULATE IN THE MOTOR AS A RESULT OF WATER INTRUSION OR CONDENSATION.IF SUFFICIENT MOISTURE ACCUMULATES IN THE MOTOR WITHOUT ADEQUATE DRAINAGE, CORROSION MAY OCCUR.THE CORROSION CAN CAUSE AN INCREASE IN INTERNAL FRICTION AND AN INCREASE IN THE ELECTRICAL CURRENT DRAW, RESULTING IN AN INCREASE IN THE TEMPERATURE OF THE MOTOR THAT COULD MELT ITS WIRING INSULATION AND OTHER PLASTIC COMPONENTS AND FORM A GAS.IF TWO WIRES WITHOUT INSULATION TOUCH EACH OTHER AND CREATE A SPARK, THIS GAS COULD IGNITE AND RESULT IN A FIRE.THE ACTION TAKEN BY NISSAN IS SUFFICIENT TO RESOLVE THE ISSUE RAISED BY THIS INVESTIGATION.ACCORDINGLY, THIS INVESTIGATION IS CLOSED.
2005 NISSAN TITAN Defect Investigation Open 2008/05/30 - Close 2008/08/25 NHTSA #: PE08037
NHTSA Recall #: 08V284000
ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:ENGINE: ON MAY 30, 2008, THE OFFICE OF DEFECTS INVESTIGATION (ODI) OPENED A PRELIMINARY EVALUATION BASED ON CONSUMER COMPLAINTS ALLEGING THAT SMOKE AND/OR FIRE ERUPTED IN THE ENGINE COMPARTMENT OF MODEL YEAR (MY) 2005-2006 NISSAN ARMADA AND TITAN VEHICLES.BY LETTER DATED JUNE 24, 2008, NISSAN NOTIFIED THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC SAFETY ADMINISTRATION (NHTSA) THAT IT WILL CONDUCT A SAFETY RECALL (NHTSA #08V284) FOR MY2005-2006 NISSAN TITAN, ARMADA AND INFINITI QX56 VEHICLES MANUFACTURED FROM MARCH 17, 2005 TO AUGUST 21, 2006 THAT ARE EQUIPPED WITH A 90-WATT AIR CONDITIONING CONDENSER FAN.THE RECALL INVOLVES APPROXIMATELY 180,664 VEHICLES.THIS ALSO INCLUDES APPROXIMATELY 5,689 SUBJECT CONDENSER FANS, SOME OF WHICH MAY HAVE BEEN INSTALLED IN MY2004 AND PRE-MARCH 17, 2005 MY NISSAN TITAN, ARMADA OR INFINITI QX56 VEHICLES AS A SERVICE REPLACEMENT PART.NISSAN DEALERS WILL INSTALL A SPECIAL THERMAL PROTECTOR KIT ON EXISTING FANS THAT WILL ELIMINATE THE POTENTIAL FOR A FIRE TO OCCUR.NISSAN NORTH AMERICA, INC. (NISSAN) INFORMED ODI THAT THE 90-WATT AIR CONDITIONING CONDENSER FAN WAS MANUFACTURED OUT-OF-SPECIFICATION ALLOWING FOR EXCESSIVE WATER INTRUSION AND INADEQUATE DRAINAGE OF MOISTURE THAT MAY ACCUMULATE IN THE MOTOR AS A RESULT OF WATER INTRUSION OR CONDENSATION.IF SUFFICIENT MOISTURE ACCUMULATES IN THE MOTOR WITHOUT ADEQUATE DRAINAGE, CORROSION MAY OCCUR.THE CORROSION CAN CAUSE AN INCREASE IN INTERNAL FRICTION AND AN INCREASE IN THE ELECTRICAL CURRENT DRAW, RESULTING IN AN INCREASE IN THE TEMPERATURE OF THE MOTOR THAT COULD MELT ITS WIRING INSULATION AND OTHER PLASTIC COMPONENTS AND FORM A GAS.IF TWO WIRES WITHOUT INSULATION TOUCH EACH OTHER AND CREATE A SPARK, THIS GAS COULD IGNITE AND RESULT IN A FIRE.THE ACTION TAKEN BY NISSAN IS SUFFICIENT TO RESOLVE THE ISSUE RAISED BY THIS INVESTIGATION.ACCORDINGLY, THIS INVESTIGATION IS CLOSED.
2005 NISSAN TITAN Technical Service Bulletin 2013/04/03 NHTSA #: 10051767
Service Bulletin #: NTB-13-038
LATCHES/LOCKS/LINKAGES: NISSAN: LOCK/UNLOCK REQUEST BUTTON ON OUTSIDE HANDLE DOES NOT RESPOND. *JS
2005 NISSAN TITAN Technical Service Bulletin 2012/04/10 NHTSA #: 10043950
Service Bulletin #: NTB12-035
POWER TRAIN:AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION:CONTROL MODULE (TCM, PCM): NISSAN: ECM REPLACEMENT PROCEDURES WITH CONSULT III PLUS. APPLIES TO ALL 2004 AND LATER (DOES NOT APPLY TO LEAF/EV) VEHICLES. *JS
2005 NISSAN TITAN Technical Service Bulletin 2012/03/22 NHTSA #: 10043772
Service Bulletin #: NTB-12-028
STEERING:HYDRAULIC POWER ASSIST:HOSE, PIPING, AND CONNECTIONS: NISSAN: POWER STEERING HOSE SERVICE PART CHANGE. THE HOSE NOW COMES WITHOUT THE PRESSURE SENSOR. DO NOT DAMAGE PRESSURE SENSOR UPON REMOVAL. IF ONLY PRESSURE SENSOR NEEDS REPLACEMENT, DO NOT REPLACE HOSE. *JS
2005 NISSAN TITAN Technical Service Bulletin 2011/01/14 NHTSA #: 10035684
Service Bulletin #: NTB-11-005
EQUIPMENT:ELECTRICAL:NAVIGATIONAL SYSTEM(GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM): NISSAN: NAVIGATION MAP DATA UPDATE MATRIX. AFFECTING ALL VEHICLES 2003-11 EXCEPT LEAF, EQUIPPED WITH NAVIGATION SYSTEM. CUSTOMER IS MAILED UPDATE DISC(S) OR SD CARD AND INSTALLS DATA; DEALERSHIP IS MAILED UPDATE DISC(S) AND THE DEALERSHI
2005 NISSAN TITAN Technical Service Bulletin 2010/10/06 NHTSA #: 10034904
Service Bulletin #: NTB-10-072A
SUSPENSION:FRONT: NISSAN: FRONT SUSPENSION NOISE. A NOISE (CLUNKING, SQUEAKING, POPPING) CAN BE HEARD WHEN PERFORMING AT LEAST ONE OF THE FOLLOWING ACTIONS: TURNING THE STEERING WHEEL LEFT OR RIGHT, DRIVING OVER SPEED BUMPS, DRIVING ON ROUGH ROADS, ACCELER
2005 NISSAN TITAN Technical Service Bulletin 2010/09/30 NHTSA #: 10031305
Service Bulletin #: NTB-09-101
TIRES:PRESSURE MONITORING AND REGULATING SYSTEMS: NISSAN: TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM (TPMS) WARNING LIGHT ON/FLASHING. NO MODELS OR MODEL YEARS LISTED. *PE UPDATED ON 08-11-2011. *KB
2005 NISSAN TITAN Technical Service Bulletin 2010/09/13 NHTSA #: 10032506
Service Bulletin #: NTB-09-129
EQUIPMENT:OTHER:OWNERS/SERVICE/OTHER MANUAL : NISSAN: VENT CONTROL VALVE REPLACEMENT. WHEN REPLACING THE EVAP CANISTER VENT CONTROL VALVE FOR REASON: USE THE ONE LISTED ON PAGE 2; FOR VENT CONTROL VALVE REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE, REFER TO THE APPROPRIATE SECTION OF THE ELECTRONIC SERVICE
2005 NISSAN TITAN Technical Service Bulletin 2010/04/27 NHTSA #: 10032992
Service Bulletin #: NTB-10-061
EXTERIOR LIGHTING:HEADLIGHTS: NISSAN: XENON HEAD LAMP SERVICE. A XENON HEADLAMP IS NOT FUNCTIONING BECAUSE OF AN ISSUE INSIDE THE HEADLAMP ASSEMBLY (AN INTERNAL ISSUE). IN MOST CASES, REPLACEMENT OF A BULB OR HID CONTROL UNIT WILL SOLVE THE INCIDENT. THIS INCLUDES A
2005 NISSAN TITAN Technical Service Bulletin 2010/04/26 NHTSA #: 10032991
Service Bulletin #: NTB-08-091B
FUEL SYSTEM, OTHER:STORAGE:FUEL GAUGE SYSTEM: NISSAN: FUEL GAUGE DOES NOT READ FULL, IS SLOW TO RESPOND, OR IS INACCURATE. *PE
2005 NISSAN TITAN Technical Service Bulletin 2010/04/08 NHTSA #: 10032628
Service Bulletin #: NTB-10-052
EQUIPMENT:ELECTRICAL: NISSAN: THE PROPELLER SHAFT U JOINT (JOURNAL/JOURNAL BEARINGS) IS THE SOURCE OF NOISE AND/OR VIBRATION ON AN APPLIED VEHICLE. DIAGNOSE BY EVALUATING THE U JOINT WITH THE PROPELLER SHAFT REMOVED. REPLACE THE U JOINT (JOURNAL/JOURNAL BEARI
2005 NISSAN TITAN Technical Service Bulletin 2010/04/08 NHTSA #: 10032628
Service Bulletin #: NTB-10-052
EQUIPMENT:OTHER:OWNERS/SERVICE/OTHER MANUAL : NISSAN: THE PROPELLER SHAFT U JOINT (JOURNAL/JOURNAL BEARINGS) IS THE SOURCE OF NOISE AND/OR VIBRATION ON AN APPLIED VEHICLE. DIAGNOSE BY EVALUATING THE U JOINT WITH THE PROPELLER SHAFT REMOVED. REPLACE THE U JOINT (JOURNAL/JOURNAL BEARI
2005 NISSAN TITAN Technical Service Bulletin 2010/04/08 NHTSA #: 10032628
Service Bulletin #: NTB-10-052
SUSPENSION:FRONT:WHEEL BEARING: NISSAN: THE PROPELLER SHAFT U JOINT (JOURNAL/JOURNAL BEARINGS) IS THE SOURCE OF NOISE AND/OR VIBRATION ON AN APPLIED VEHICLE. DIAGNOSE BY EVALUATING THE U JOINT WITH THE PROPELLER SHAFT REMOVED. REPLACE THE U JOINT (JOURNAL/JOURNAL BEARI
2005 NISSAN TITAN Technical Service Bulletin 2010/03/19 NHTSA #: 10033345
Service Bulletin #: NTB-04-047
POWER TRAIN:TRANSFER CASE (4-WHEEL DRIVE): NISSAN: OIL LEAKING FROM TRANSFER CASE. OIL IS LEAKING FROM ONE OR A COMBINATION OF THREE BOLTS AT THE REAR OF THE TRANSFER CASE. IF BOLTS ARE NOT MISSING, DO NOT REPLACE TRANSFER CASE, TRANSFER CONTROL DEVICE; OR TRANSFER CONTROL UNIT F
2005 NISSAN TITAN Technical Service Bulletin 2010/01/24 NHTSA #: 10032306
Service Bulletin #: NTB-03-074C
EXTERIOR LIGHTING: NISSAN: EXTERIOR LAMP FOGGING. OCCASIONALLY WATER IS NOTICED IN THE EXTERIOR LAMPS. THIS IS GENERALLY NOT DUE TO A DEFECT. ALL CURRENT EXTERIOR LAMP ASSEMBLIES ARE VENTED TO THE ATMOSPHERE (NOT SEALED). THIS IS NECESSARY TO ALLOW FOR E
2005 NISSAN TITAN Technical Service Bulletin 2010/01/24 NHTSA #: 10032306
Service Bulletin #: NTB-03-074C
EXTERIOR LIGHTING:FOG LIGHTS: NISSAN: EXTERIOR LAMP FOGGING. OCCASIONALLY WATER IS NOTICED IN THE EXTERIOR LAMPS. THIS IS GENERALLY NOT DUE TO A DEFECT. ALL CURRENT EXTERIOR LAMP ASSEMBLIES ARE VENTED TO THE ATMOSPHERE (NOT SEALED). THIS IS NECESSARY TO ALLOW FOR E
2005 NISSAN TITAN Technical Service Bulletin 2010/01/24 NHTSA #: 10032306
Service Bulletin #: NTB-03-074C
EXTERIOR LIGHTING:HEADLIGHTS: NISSAN: EXTERIOR LAMP FOGGING. OCCASIONALLY WATER IS NOTICED IN THE EXTERIOR LAMPS. THIS IS GENERALLY NOT DUE TO A DEFECT. ALL CURRENT EXTERIOR LAMP ASSEMBLIES ARE VENTED TO THE ATMOSPHERE (NOT SEALED). THIS IS NECESSARY TO ALLOW FOR E
 
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