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2004 Nissan Titan Repair, Service & Tires


2004 Nissan Titan Tires

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2004 Nissan Titan Tires Sizes, Speed Ratings, and Inflation

Not sure about your 2004 Nissan Titan tire size? Use the following chart to find information on tire size, speed rating, and inflation.

Trim Level Speed Rating Inflation in PSI F/R Tire Size
2004 Nissan Titan LE* S 35 PSI/35 PSI P265/70R18
2004 Nissan Titan LE* T 35 PSI/35 PSI P285/70R17
2004 Nissan Titan XE S 35 PSI/35 PSI P245/75R17
2004 Nissan Titan SE* T 35 PSI/35 PSI P285/70R17
2004 Nissan Titan SE* S 35 PSI/35 PSI P265/70R18

2004 Nissan Titan LE*

P265/70R18

Speed Rating: S

Inflation F/R: 35 PSI/35 PSI

2004 Nissan Titan LE*

P285/70R17

Speed Rating: T

Inflation F/R: 35 PSI/35 PSI

2004 Nissan Titan XE

P245/75R17

Speed Rating: S

Inflation F/R: 35 PSI/35 PSI

2004 Nissan Titan SE*

P285/70R17

Speed Rating: T

Inflation F/R: 35 PSI/35 PSI

2004 Nissan Titan SE*

P265/70R18

Speed Rating: S

Inflation F/R: 35 PSI/35 PSI

* Note: these models have different tire sizes depending on vehicle options.

Recommended Tires for Your 2004 Nissan Titan

What tires are best for a 2004 Nissan Titan? Check out the following tire brands and types.

Bridgestone Dueler A/T RH-S
Dueler A/T RH-S

  • Platinum Pact Limited Warranty
  • All-Season
  • Light Truck Tires
Bridgestone Dueler H/T 685
Dueler H/T 685

  • No warranty
  • All-Season
  • Light Truck Tires
Bridgestone ALENZA A/S 02
ALENZA A/S 02

  • Platinum Pact Limited Warranty
  • All-Season
  • Light Truck Tires
Bridgestone Dueler A/T Revo 3
Dueler A/T Revo 3

  • Platinum Pact Limited Warranty
  • All-Season
  • Light Truck Tires
Firestone Destination X/T
Destination X/T

  • Gold Pledge Limited Warranty
  • All-Season
  • Light Truck Tires
Firestone Destination A/T2
Destination A/T2

  • Gold Pledge Limited Warranty
  • All-Season
  • Light Truck Tires
Firestone Destination LE3
Destination LE3

  • No warranty
  • All-Season
  • Light Truck Tires
SUREDRIVE ALL-TERRAIN LTR
ALL-TERRAIN LTR

  • No warranty
  • All-Season
  • Light Truck Tires
SUREDRIVE HIGHWAY LTR
HIGHWAY LTR

  • No warranty
  • All-Season
  • Light Truck Tires
Toyo OPEN COUNTRY A/T III
OPEN COUNTRY A/T III

  • No warranty
  • All-Season
  • Light Truck Tires

2004 Nissan Titan Tire Information

Other than getting the proper tire size, you also want to consider a handful of other factors when buying new Nissan Titan tires like which tire brands you like most and where you drive. When evaluating your driving conditions, think about where you live (countryside vs. city vs. mountains) and the kind of unexpected weather you're likely to experience. Many drivers who live in states that experience all four seasons choose to purchase two sets of tires: one for summer and one for winter. Other drivers prefer to purchase one all-season set to limit trips to the tire shop and make sure their vehicle is prepared in the rain, sleet, snow, or sun!

Driving style is next on the list to think about when buying tires. If you're a big off-roading fan who forges paths where others can't, you have very different needs than a long-distance commuter who sticks to the highway. Talk to a tire technician at Firestone Complete Auto Care for help choosing the best tire for you, or start shopping for Nissan Titan tires online.

2004 Nissan Titan Tire Installation & Rotation

We sell tires, but we also service them and care for all the around-the-wheel components. We're a tire store that also offers professional tire installation, maintenance, and rotation, along with complete auto care. Shop 2004 Nissan Titan tires online and schedule an installation appointment.

Questions About 2004 Nissan Titan Tires

  • Is Nissan tire inflation important? A small decrease in tire pressure can have a big impact on your driving. Maintaining proper tire pressure can help improve braking time, increase fuel economy, and boost tire lifespan.
  • What do the numbers on my Nissan Titan tires mean? The numbers on your tire sidewall give you information about tire speed rating, traction, treadwear, tire size, and load carrying capacity. Chat with a tire technician to learn how to read the numbers on your Nissan tires!
  • Can I check the tread depth on my Nissan tires at home? Stay on top of your tire tread depth to help avoid a dangerous drive. You can check tread depth with a penny. Hold the penny so that Abraham Lincoln is facing you, then place your penny into a tread groove upside down. If you can see the top of Abe’s head, your tread is shallow and it might be time for new Nissan Titan tires. Grab a penny. Hold the so that Abe Lincon's head is facing you and his hair is pointing toward the ground. Then, place the penny into a tread groove. If you can see the top of Abe’s head, your tread is shallow and it might be time for new Nissan Titan tires.

Get Repairs for Your 2004 Nissan Titan

Car repairs: for many drivers, that phrase is a dreadful one. But we work to provide you with a different experience at Firestone Complete Auto Care. When you come to us for 2004 Nissan Titan repair services, rest easy knowing that your Titan is in capable hands. Before we begin any repair work, we’ll diagnose any issues and answer your questions about potential repair options. We value your trust, so we recommend only the repairs we think are necessary for your safety on the road.

What Will Nissan Titan Repairs Cost?

The cost to repair your 2004 Nissan Titan depends on what kind of repair you need, costs of replacement parts or repair supplies, how much labor the repair will take, and the state you live in. No matter what state you’re in, be sure to look through our offers and online coupons for repairs.

A few different aspects can influence repair costs for your 2004 Nissan Titan, like

Questions About 2004 Nissan Titan Auto Repairs

  • Can scheduled maintenance help me avoid repairs? One of the best ways to prevent 2004 Nissan Titan repairs is by staying on top of your Nissan maintenance schedule. This schedule is written by the people who made your vehicle and they know best how to keep it running smoothly.
  • What's wrong if something feels 'off' in my Nissan? You’re in your car, day in and day out. So, it’s only expected that you know your car better than anyone else! If you notice mysterious smells, strange engine noises, or other out-of-the-ordinary symptoms while driving, trust your instincts and stop into Firestone Complete Auto Care for a Courtesy Check. Catching a potential issue early could help prevent Nissan Titan repairs.
  • Why do you recommend certain repairs for my Nissan? We won’t recommend a service or repair for your 2004 Nissan Titan unless we think it’s necessary to keep you safe. Want to know more about a specific recommended repair? Ask! We’re here to help.

2004 Nissan Titan Brake Repair

Your Nissan Titan engine may be strong and reliable. But if you can’t brake, it might as well be scrap metal. If you’re experiencing squeaky brakes or a loss of braking power, don’t wait! Safe driving is difficult when your brakes are anything but their best. Plus, ignoring your brake problems can result in more damage and higher brake repair bills. Visit Firestone Complete Auto Care for the right brake repair for your 2004 Nissan Titan. We offer many affordable brake repairs like brake pad/shoe removal and replacement, brake rotor/drum machining, brake fluid exchange/bleeding, and brake caliper and wheel cylinder service.

Nissan Titan Brakes Questions

  • What is causing my Titan to shake when I brake? Faulty brake calipers, worn brake pads or rotors, loose or worn suspension parts, and warped rotors can cause your Titan to shake during braking. If you’re experiencing odd brake behavior, schedule a free brake inspection at a nearby Firestone Complete Auto Care.
  • What is the average lifespan of Titan brake pads? Brake pads typically last about 30,000 to 40,000 miles. However, driving conditions can affect this range. Sticking to highway driving and braking smoothly can help extend the life of your brake pads, while towing heavy loads or frequently riding your brakes can shorten it.
  • Is it bad if my Titan is leaking brake fluid when off? Your Titan has a closed hydraulic brake system, meaning you should not have a brake fluid leak under normal conditions. However, parts of your brake system can wear out over time or become damaged, which can lead to a brake fluid leak.

2004 Nissan Titan Drivetrain Repairs

Drivetrains for front, rear, and all-wheel-drive and 4WD vehicles are quite different, so you don't want to go to just anyone for drivetrain repair. You want to visit Firestone Complete Auto Care. We can help repair all of your 2004 Nissan Titan drivetrain components Your Nissan could be crying out for driveshaft repair if you notice resistance when turning, heavy vibrations in your floorboards, clunks when shifting, or vibration as your vehicle accelerates.

2004 Nissan Titan Drivetrain Questions

  • How do I know if my Nissan drivetrain is damaged? Hear noises toward the back of your Nissan Titan? See fluid leaking? Having issues turning? These could all be signs of drivetrain damage you don't want to ignore. Take action quickly to catch repairs or replacements before something more severe happens.
  • Why is my Titan malfunction indicator light (MIL) on? If your Titan has its malfunction warning light (more commonly called the check engine light) illuminated, it could indicate engine troubles, problems with the transmission, electrical issues, malfunctioning sensors, connector problems, or misfire issues.
  • How serious is a drivetrain malfunction in my Titan? A drivetrain malfunction in your Titan should never be taken lightly. Driving with a malfunctioning drivetrain can put you in danger and lead to further vehicle damage, so it's essential to have a qualified mechanic assess and repair the problem as soon as possible.

2004 Nissan Titan Wheel Alignment

An alignment involves making adjustments to your Nissan Titan's suspension system, which connects the wheels with the rest of the vehicle. During the service, your tire angles are adjusted according to measurements recommended by Nissan. Why? So that your tires can make contact with the road at the best possible angle. Bring your 2004 Nissan Titan in for a wheel alignment and we'll start with an alignment check. If needed, we'll adjust your wheel alignment angles to match Nissan recommendations.

Questions About Nissan Titan Alignment

  • What can knock my Nissan Titan out of alignment? Potholes and uneven roads can knock your car out of alignment, so stay aware of the road ahead and adjust your speed (or avoid these obstacles whenever it’s safely possible).
  • How often should you get a wheel alignment for your Titan? It’s usually suggested you check your alignment about every 6,000 miles or 6 months (whichever occurs first). Still, you should reference your Titan owner’s manual for Nissan's recommended interval.
  • Do you need to get your Titan wheels aligned when you get new tires? It’s likely not a requirement to get an alignment when you install new tires on your Titan, but it's a smart idea to do so anyway. An alignment can help ensure even tire wear, smooth handling, and better fuel efficiency.

Engine Repairs for Your 2004 Nissan Titan

If your 2004 Titan engine needs repairs, our technicians will provide you with a thorough explanation beforehand. We don't start working until we have your approval. If a repair isn’t urgent right now, we’ll let you know. If it's necessary for your safety, we'll make sure you understand that, too. We want to give you all the details you need to make an informed decision about your engine repairs. Choose Firestone Complete Auto Care for Nissan Titan engine repairs and you can feel good knowing that we only use Nissan-compliant replacement parts such as the serpentine belt, engine oil seal, ignition coil, or other parts.

Questions About 2004 Nissan Titan Engines

  • Why does my Titan’s check engine light come on when I start it? Generally, your check engine light turning on upon ignition is not a bad thing. It’s just your Titan firing up its circuits. The light should turn off in a bit, but come see us if it doesn't.
  • Why is my Nissan Titan making engine noise?  Strange under-the-hood noises can point to problems within your Nissan Titan engine. Tapping or knocking could mean you need an oil change. Whistling sounds could mean you have an intake leak or misaligned belt. Squealing may be caused by a loose fan belt, and grinding could be a sign that something is wrong with your brakes — not the engine.
  • Are you unknowingly damaging your Nissan Titan engine? Certain driving habits can hurt your engine. These habits include driving on an empty fuel tank, revving your engine while the vehicle is in Park, or slamming the gas pedal while the engine is still cold. Steer clear of these habits to help protect engine performance and efficiency.

Tire Repair for Your 2004 Nissan Titan

If the road has been rough on your 2004 Nissan Titan tires, Firestone Complete Auto Care can help. In some cases, a tire doesn’t have to be replaced – it can be plugged and patched with a simple repair. Depending on the damage, though, a repair might not be the right move. Our technicians can determine which option is best for your situation. We’ll begin by taking a look at where the damage is, the type and extent of the tire damage, and how all of your tires are wearing.

If your 2004 Nissan Titan tire puncture can be repaired, we’ll get to work on the steps to fix it: (1) Take the tire off the wheel for easy inspection, (2) use a filler to close up the puncture (this is to keep moisture from getting in), and (3) secure and seal the inner tire liner to ensure the tire is airtight.

Frequently Asked Nissan Titan Tire Repair Questions

  • How soon should I have my flat tire repaired? A flat tire that’s not addressed can take a terrible toll on the rest of your car. Until you have it repaired or replaced, drive your Titan as little as possible to reduce your risk of damage to the wheels and alignment – or further damage to that already struggling tire!
  • Will a temporary sealant fix my Nissan's flat tire? Fast fixes are a mixed blessing. They’ll help you get your Nissan Titan to Firestone Complete Auto Care, but don’t count on them to keep you on the road for very long. Using a temporary sealant may also void a Bridgestone or Firestone tire warranty.
  • Why do my Titan tires keep losing air? Possible reasons for your Titan tires continuously losing air include a leaking valve steam, wheel damage, and a puncture or hole in the rubber.

Guide to 2004 Nissan Titan Scheduled Maintenance

There's no need to guess when it's time to get Titan maintenance, and no need to wait until something goes wrong. It’s as easy as following the recommended maintenance schedule that’s been written specifically for your 2004 Nissan Titan! The recommended maintenance schedule is put together by Nissan, your vehicle manufacturer. Scheduled maintenance services can vary depending on driving conditions, climate, and other factors; however, recommended maintenance usually includes services like oil changes, tire rotations, brake pad replacement, filter changes, and fluid checks and exchanges. Scheduling routine service appointments is one of the best ways to help extend your Titan's life, decrease your risk of dangerous malfunctions on the road, and maybe even save you the headache of dealing with common 2004 Nissan Titan problems in the future.

Overview of Essential Nissan Titan Maintenance Needs

Come to Firestone Complete Auto Care for manufacturer-recommended routine maintenance on your 2004 Nissan Titan and our technicians will jump right in with a Courtesy Check. This Courtesy Check can establish a baseline of what may need to be addressed during your service appointment. During a Courtesy Check, we’ll always check your battery, then we’ll move on to inspect your Titan’s head and tail lights, tires, fluid levels, alignment, and windshield wipers.

Firestone Complete Auto Care is the place to go for 2004 Nissan Titan maintenance. Don’t wait until something goes wrong with your car. Visit your nearest location for proactive maintenance today.

2004 Nissan Titan Maintenance Q&A

  • When should I have Nissan Titan alignment checked? Watch out for pothole damage. If your 2004 Titan is pulling to one side or the other, your tires or suspension system could be calling out for help.
  • When should I switch my Nissan Titan to high mileage oil?  If your Nissan Titan has ticked past 75,000 miles, consider switching to high mileage oil at your next oil change to give your engine what it needs to go another 75,000 (or more!). High mileage oil: make it a high priority!
  • Can I ignore dashboard lights on my Nissan?  It's better to get them addressed as soon as possible. An illuminated dashboard light means something in your vehicle isn't functioning like it should. Letting problems linger can mean bad news for your Nissan Titan, so be sure to take your car in for service as soon as you notice an illuminated dashboard light.

2004 Nissan Titan Battery Replacement & Size

Need more info about Nissan Titan batteries?

Battery Engine Warranty Cold Cranking Amps
24F-3 V8/5.6L Replacement 24 months Performance months 650
24F-6 V8/5.6L Replacement 36 months Performance months 750
24F-RP V8/5.6L Replacement 48 months Performance months 750

Car Batteries for 2004 Nissan Titan

The average car battery lasts three to five years. You want to replace your 2004 Nissan Titan battery before it fails and leaves you stranded. Pay attention to clues that your battery is on its way out. A sluggish engine start, an illuminated battery or check engine light, swollen battery case, corroded battery posts, or weak lights may all indicate that your battery needs attention.

Plus, at Firestone Complete Auto Care, we’ll test your battery for free. Visit us for a complimentary battery check and, if needed, a replacement battery for your 2004 Nissan Titan. Car batteries are only one of our many strong suits. Our technicians are familiar with Nissan-specific recommendations for Titan car batteries’ reserve capacities and cold cranking amps. Get help figuring out the battery size that matches your vehicle, and schedule an appointment today for a quick car battery replacement.

Top Nissan TitanCar Battery Questions

  • Why doesn’t my Nissan Titan battery stay charged? A battery is in its final hour when it will no longer hold a charge. The battery may be too old. Or, you may have been leaving your car doors ajar and the cabin light at night. Stop by for a complimentary battery check at your favorite Firestone Complete Auto Care and get a handle on your car battery’s health.
  • How long can I expect my car battery to last?  A car battery normally lasts three to five years, but this number can vary based on battery type, your driving habits, and battery maintenance.
  • What is the white, crusty stuff around my Titan’s battery post?  A chemical reaction between battery acid and the air can cause a white, crusty buildup to form on the terminals of your Titan car battery. This buildup — known as corrosion — can impede the flow of electricity and cause a range of issues, from poor performance to premature battery failure.

2004 Nissan Titan Oil Changes

Your 2004 Titan’s oil should be changed according to Nissan’s recommended oil change intervals. No matter the mileage, your Titan may need its oil changed ASAP if your check engine light is on, you hear knocking sounds coming from the engine, smell oil inside the car, or notice excess vehicle exhaust. You might need an oil change more frequently than what’s recommended by Nissan if you regularly haul heavy loads, drive in dusty terrain, enjoy off-roading, or drive at low speeds for long distances.

Whether you need high mileage oil, synthetic oil, or conventional oil, you'll find the right 2004 Nissan Titan motor oil at Firestone Complete Auto Care. Check your owner's manual and talk with a technician to select the right Nissan Titan oil, whether it's Quaker State® Advanced Durability™ conventional oil, Pennzoil® High Mileage Vehicle® motor oil, Pennzoil Platinum® Full Synthetic motor oil with PurePlus™ Technology, or Shell Rotella® heavy-duty engine oil. In an oil change service, a technician will change your Titan's oil, replace and recycle your used oil and oil filter, inspect the rest of your car’s filters, top-off essential fluids, and visually inspect the rest of the vehicle. Make an appointment for an oil change service today and let the oil experts take care of your Titan's engine.

2004 Nissan Titan Oil Change Q&A

  • What does it mean if my Nissan Titan oil light comes on?  The oil change light in your Nissan Titan could be triggered by an overdue oil change. However, if the oil pressure light is on, you may be dealing with low engine oil, a failing oil pump, a clogged oil filter, or a malfunctioning oil pressure sensor.
  • Can I change my Nissan Titan oil at home?  First off, changing your own oil isn’t as easy as you’d think. You’ll have to buy special tools and figure out a way to recycle the old oil properly. Getting a professional oil change reduces the risk of something going wrong during the service, but also helps your car perform down the road.
  • Why is my Nissan Titan exhaust smoke grayish or blue?  You could have an oil leak and have a case of burning oil. Looks like it’s time for a professional to take a look. The leak could be the result of worn valve seals, fried piston rings, or old cylinder walls.

Engine Tune-Up Service for Your 2004 Nissan Titan

Routine engine tune-ups can bring power back to your Titan. The Firestone Complete Auto Care location in your community offers several Nissan Titan engine tune-up services. The standard Firestone Tune-Up is one service option. The standard Firestone Tune-Up includes new spark plugs (and installation!), a thorough inspection of engine components, and a lifetime parts warranty*. The second service focuses on your Titan's filters, specifically replacing the air filter and fuel filter. Yet another service is a fuel system cleaning process, which involves removing varnish, dirt, and carbon deposits that have built up inside the fuel injectors, throttle body, and throttle plate in your Titan. The result? Restored fuel system performance. Keep in mind that your Titan's mileage and maintenance history can uniquely impact its tune-up needs. Chat with a Firestone technician before you jump into a specific service to ensure your engine tune-up money is well-spent.

*Check with a teammate at Firestone Complete Auto Care for complete terms and conditions regarding warranties.

2004 Nissan Titan Engine Tune-Up Q&A

  • What happens if my Nissan Titan spark plugs fail?  Replace spark plugs on time or about every 30,000 miles or so. Without the spark of electricity created by spark plugs, your engine doesn’t have the combustion it needs to start — which could leave you stranded on the road. Always replace your spark plugs on time based on Nissan’s recommendations.
  • What do I do if I see a pool of liquid under my Nissan Titan? Puddles could indicate that your vehicle is leaking coolant, oil, or brake fluid. Ignoring these leaks can lead to permanent engine damage, so address these symptoms ASAP with a tune-up service.
  • How often do Nissan Titan fuel injectors need to be cleaned? There is no hard and fast rule on how often fuel injectors should be cleaned, and it can vary based on driving habits and fuel type. Some manufacturers may suggest including a fuel system cleaning in your regular maintenance schedule. Or you may need to clean your fuel injectors as needed if you notice signs of a fuel system problem.

Suspension Service & Repair for 2004 Nissan Titan

During the first few years you had your 2004 Nissan Titan, the ride was probably so smooth that you didn’t even think about it! Now, however, things are starting to feel a little rough. Maybe your Titan bounces, leans to one side, or makes a weird sound when you drive over a speed bump or turn. As soon as you notice that something’s “off” with your 2004 Nissan Titan, bring it in for steering and suspension repairs. We’ll get to the source of your car problems and, if your car needs steering and suspension repairs, we'll explain all of your options and the potential cost.

2004 Titan Steering & Suspension Q&A

  • Why does my Nissan Titan bounce so much?  If your shocks or struts are in bad shape, they can’t dampen road bumps like they should. This can cause your Titan to bounce more than usual.
  • Why does my Titan tilt forward when I hit the brakes?  As you brake, the forward momentum of your Titan combined with its weight sends a ton of force to its front end. A damaged or worn suspension system can cause the front end to compress and dip even further.
  • Does tire pressure and tread depth impact my Nissan's suspension?  Maintaining your tires can help reduce strain on the suspension, nd also let you know when it's time to replace your tires. A faltering steering and suspension system could lead to uneven tire wear.

2004 Nissan Titan A/C Service Near You

Technicians at Firestone Complete Auto Care are ready to help you address your 2004 Nissan Titan A/C problems. During an A/C performance check, we'll determine the condition of your 2004 Nissan Titan A/C system to see if repair work is required. This check will include an examination of system pressure, a visual inspection, and a leak test.

Let's say we repair your 2004 Nissan Titan A/C system. We will also perform an A/C evacuation and recharge. To start this process, a technician will flush out the old refrigerant from your vehicle’s A/C system. Then, they’ll use Nissan’s specifications to evacuate the system. Finally, we’ll recharge the A/C system with new refrigerant.

Frequently Asked Questions for 2004 Nissan Titan A/C Systems

  • Why do I get hot air from my Titan A/C? If your car’s air conditioning isn’t blowing cold air at all (or it tries, then turns warm), you could have a clogged expansion valve, a faulty compressor clutch, a leak, or a malfunctioning fuse in the system.
  • What can cause an A/C system leak?  A/C system leaks are often due to a combination of age and moisture. Rubber seals and gaskets naturally degrade over time, allowing refrigerant to exit and moisture to enter your Titan's A/C system.
  • Why does my vehicle have to be moving for my Titan’s A/C to work?  A problem with one or more of your air conditioning or electrical system components could cause the A/C to only work when your Titan is moving. You may be low on refrigerant, or the cooling fan could be faulty.

2004 Nissan Titan Transmission Service & Repairs

The transmission delivers power from the engine to the wheels so that you can drive on your terms. Because your transmission is responsible for converting the right amount of power into the right amount of speed, even the smallest transmission problems should be addressed right away. 2004 Nissan Titan transmission issues could include shifting delays, grinding when accelerating, the car shaking on the road, or a burning smell or whistling sounds coming from under the hood. Let Nissan Titan transmission problems linger and you could see your fuel economy decrease or find that your Titan isn’t working at all. Our technicians know how to service your 2004 Titan up to Nissan-recommended standards. As soon as you suspect something’s wrong with your Titan’s transmission, book an appointment at your local Firestone Complete Auto Care to help keep your Nissan running for miles and miles.

2004 Nissan Titan Transmission Q&A

  • When should I have my Titan's transmission fluid checked or exchanged?  Regularly checking and exchanging your 2004 Titan’s transmission fluid is one of the best ways to help the transmission system perform. Some technicians would say that between 30,000 and 60,000 miles is a good timeframe for having your Nissan's transmission fluid checked and replaced, but that timeline can vary depending on how your vehicle is used and your manufacturer’s recommendations. The good news is that transmission fluid leaks are affordable to repair and easy to spot.
  • Is it possible for transmission fluid to leak from my Nissan Titan?  Over time, transmission fluid can leak from your Nissan Titan, potentially causing transmission problems. A transmission fluid leak may be caused by a damaged transmission pan, faulty transmission cooler lines, worn-out seals, a cracked transmission housing, or an overfilled transmission.
  • Should I avoid driving my Nissan Titan if there is a transmission fluid leak?  Driving your Titan with a transmission fluid leak is highly discouraged. Transmission fluid is vital to the smooth operation of your transmission system, and a leak can put the entire system at risk. A transmission fluid leak may lead to decreased performance, overheating, and possibly even transmission failure.

Vehicle Inspection for 2004 Nissan Titan

When you bring your vehicle to Firestone Complete Auto Care for any service, we’ll automatically do a multi-point Courtesy Check. First, a technician will pop the hood on your Nissan Titan and test the battery to see how much charge it has left – and determine if it may fail in the near future. We’ll follow the battery inspection with a visual check of your Nissan Titan’s filters, lights, wiper blades, fluid levels, belts, hoses, tires, and alignment.

While every visit to your local Firestone Complete Auto Care includes a Courtesy Check, we can also dig deeper and perform a Complete Vehicle Inspection on your 2004 Nissan Titan if you prefer. In addition to a visual check of everything that's included in a Courtesy Check, a Complete Vehicle Inspection also includes a thorough manual inspection of your steering and suspension system, brakes, and exhaust components. This inspection is aimed at informing you of any major problems that could wreak havoc on your 2004 Nissan Titan if left unaddressed.

Depending on where you live, you may be able to complete your vehicle’s safety tests or state inspection at your nearest Firestone Complete Auto Care. Specific requirements for these types of inspections vary by state.

Common 2004 Nissan Titan Vehicle Inspection Questions

  • How do I know if I should have an inspection on my Nissan Titan? You drive your car, day in and day out, so you know it best. If you notice unusual engine noises or you can’t shake the feeling that something is 'off,' start with a Courtesy Check to stay ahead of potential issues.
  • My 2004 Nissan Titan failed the state inspection test. Can you fix it? Did your vehicle fail a recent state inspection test? We can help. Come in for a checkup and we’ll diagnose the issue.
  • When should I get a complete vehicle inspection for my Nissan Titan?  The best time to get a complete vehicle inspection for your Nissan Titan is before going on a road trip for the peace of mind. Another great time is when something abnormal occurs, and you can't pinpoint the issue. You might notice new dashboard lights, hear strange noises from under the hood, or your steering wheel doesn't feel like it once did.

2004 Nissan Titan Radiator Repair & Service

Staying on top of routine radiator maintenance for your 2004 Nissan Titan is essential for long-term engine health. To keep your radiator functioning, Nissan recommends replacing your antifreeze or coolant at scheduled intervals but it’s a good idea to keep your eyes open for any indication that your radiator is failing. Your radiator could be close to causing an engine breakdown if you notice leaking coolant, overheating, or an illuminated low coolant dashboard light.

If you bring your vehicle to Firestone Complete Auto Care, we start with a comprehensive inspection of your Nissan Titan’s cooling system. We then do a machine-powered radiator exchange, replenish flushed chemicals, sealants, and lubricants, and then pressure check for leaks. From the heater core to the radiator cap, your 2004 Nissan Titan is in good hands at Firestone Complete Auto Care.

Questions About Nissan Titan Radiators

  • What does the coolant light on my Nissan dashboard mean?  Pay attention to the temperature gauge and lights on your dashboard. If a low coolant warning light comes on or your dashboard temperature gauge keeps rising, it’s likely that your engine is about to overheat (and could leave you stranded on the road). Wait for the engine to cool down, then have your coolant system checked immediately at your nearest Firestone Complete Auto Care.
  • Why is my Titan overheating?  If your Nissan Titan engine overheats, it could be because of a clogged radiator, a damaged thermostat, a faulty cooling fan, a malfunctioning water pump, or low coolant levels.
  • Why does the radiator in my Titan sound like it’s rumbling or boiling? There could be air pockets in your Titan’s cooling system. You might also have a clogged radiator or faulty radiator cap (this last one is an easy fix!).