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The Nissan Titan was released in 2004 as a gesture by the Nissan Company designed to provide a Nissan alternative in the extremely competitive large truck market. Even though it is sold nationwide, a full quarter of its sales come from the south central area of the country, specifically Texas and its neighbors.
The Titan was widely acclaimed for its spacious interior, strength, and many innovative features, earning it Edmunds.com’s recommendation as the greatest full size truck on the market. The year of its release it was nominated for the North American Truck of the Year award.
The original engine was a 5.6 liter, 305 horsepower V8 featuring a full 32 valves and 379 pounds per foot of torque. The engine was upgraded in 2007 to give it 12 more horsepower and 6 more pounds per foot of torque. The transmission is a 5-speed automatic with the choice of either 2 or 4 wheel drive.
Although Nissan is known for its outstanding products and the Titan is definitely no exception, with age, like all cars, it is known to develop certain engine problems. The Titan sometimes develops a difficulty with starting, many times attributed to complications with and eventual failure of either the vehicle’s computer or certain sensor systems. This minor difficulty can develop over time into a more serious engine problem. The rear differential also has a tendency to be slightly defective in some Titan models and, combined with increasing age, this can lead to eventual engine failure. When this happens, the best option is to look into used engines. If you can find a good dealer of used engines to help you replace your failed engine with a used one, you can usually be back on the road and at full operating power within a couple of days.
Replacing your failed Titan engines with used engines will enable your Titan to keep on going long after the original engines have lived out their life spans. Select a good engine from the selection of used engines offered by a trustworthy used engines dealer and have them remove your old engine and put the used one in its place. The best dealers of used engines will check their used engines for flaws before putting them up for sale. The used engines are carefully revised and any minor details found are corrected. Used engines are cleaned up and tested to make sure they run beautifully.
Used engines are better for Nissan Titans than remanufactured ones because they have already been road tested. When an engine has already been proven on the road, something that remanufactured engines lack, it is a much safer option for your car and avoids possible instances of repeated terminal breakdowns that remanufactured engines so often suffer from. Used engines do not have to go through a lengthy and complicated breaking in process and are ready as is to be placed in your car to get it back on the road quickly.
Used engines also offer a way to effectively use your car’s breakdown as an opportunity to recycle and reuse raw materials, and thus contribute in a solid way toward conserving the environment. The very nature of used engines means they come from recycled vehicles being put to the best use possible. Besides the used engines, as much as possible of the entire rest of the original host cars are recycled using various processes.
When you buy used engines you can know for sure that your money is being put toward a process that will not only help you but help to conserve the environment as a whole.