All parts were replaced with new parts at our expense. The vehicle was being inspected by the dealer when the contact was informed that the rear axle seals were leaking. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The failure mileage was unknown. I have seen in the Nismo catalog that the R180A was developed with a shorter pinion by 120mm to reduce driveline angles vs.
The current and failure mileages were 59,800. I smelled something burning while driving my Nissan Titan. In addition to this feature, the new Titan came with a factory spray-in bedliner, which gave extra durability to the truck bed. Some 720's have the smaller H190 rear end that's identified by not having a removable rear diff cover. Detroit used to make a locker for the older 31 spline H233B, but those are getting scarce. While the vehicle was parked he engaged the emergency brake and the vehicle made a grinding noise causing the vehicle to move. As for the complaints of transmission mixing with engine coolant, such problem is not confined to Titans alone.
It would be best to do a price comparison before purchasing to save on cost. If the power steering of your vehicle is not working properly or not working at all, the probable suspect is a leaky power steering pressure hose. Warrenty for another replacement and Nissan is saying I need to have the entire rear replaced and it is costly. There were originally only gears for pre-90 diffs. Also the rear spring shackle broke sending the leaf spring into the bed of the truck denting it.
I bought after market shackles and found the other side was cracked. The first rear end was replaced before it stranded me. Keep it apart,you'll be glad you did. The contact owns a 2004 Nissan Titan. . Dealer said they didn't know what to do, and I am to live with it.
As for the cost, the price varies from seller to seller. Upon further inspection, the left rear shackle holding holding the leaf spring to the frame snapped in half. Check the hose and see if there's a leak. If the problem was a burning transmission fluid, then it only means that your transmission was overheating. The power steering of my Nissan Titan is not working. Dealer said rear end was bad and it was replaced under warranty. Looks as though the rear may fail as well.
They called the next day and said my rear end is shot and since I have 61,312 miles on the truck they said I missed warranty by 1312 miles, and I have to pay for it. Was there a recall for this defect? All parts on both sides of the truck needed to be replaced since the other one was found to be defective also. When warranty work was initiated, dealer then stated that both rear axles were now damaged due to the faulty axle seals. Other notes: The H233B 3rd member changed from 9 bolts to 11 studs to hold it to the housing beginning with the 1990 models. Is it possible for me to do the repair? How much would it cost? At this point nothing has been done to correct the problem.
The axle code is located on the door jamb sticker on Nissans. Mods, if you want to sticky this, feel free. To find it, stand outside your vehicle and look at the corner where the windshield meets the dashboard. If I had not been going away, the spring would have pushed its way through the bed. The current mileage was 83,167. The current and failure mileages were less than 67,400. The contact called the manufacturer and filed a complaint; the manufacturer also advised the contact to take the vehicle back to the dealership but that they would not assist in repairs as the vehicle was no longer under warranty.
The A designates an offset carrier. Dealer did not say what exactly was wrong with it or what caused the problem. Below you can browse the current inventory of used Nissan Titan differentials sold by leading salvage yards across the United States. Lacking the two different bed lengths for each body style, users of the older Titans had to deal with a reduced maximum payload. Dealers will fix the existing differential but will not warranty the work as they will fail again.