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05-22-2006, 05:44 PM
Hello everyone. I have a nissan titan that has tire problems according to nissans regional manager. Here is my story 6857 i have the 7500 mile service performed. i noticed tires were wearing tech says they will rotate them. 11083 miles tire are still feathering tech tells me there is recall on brakes and that is causing my tires to feather. they rotate them and perform an alignment. 14109 miles tires still wearing they tell me to get the 15000 mile service and they will rotate them. 19200 miles tires making noise . service manager says i need to buy new tires . call regional manager she calls me back never asks me a single question just tells me there is nothing wrong with my truck and that i have a tire problem. bfgoodrich says otherwise. any advice?? anyone??

05-23-2006, 09:16 AM
Have they checked your alignment?
Do you run 35psi in the tires?

05-29-2006, 08:46 AM
they did perform an alignment and the service manager told me that i should not have to do that but once or twice for the life time of the truck.
also i keep the pressure around 36-38 thanks.

07-26-2007, 12:30 PM
I have a 2004 Titan Crew Cab 4x2. Keep front tires inflated to 38 and the rear to 35. My tires started wearing & cupping on the inside front. Was told the front end was not aligned properly (10K miles at the time). I had it aligned and the tires balanced/rotated. 10K miles later the tires now on the front were also wearing/cupping on the inside. I took it to another dealer and had the front end re-aligned and tires balanced/rotated. Have since (another 10K miles) had the tires balanced/rotated and the wearing/cupping seems to be resolved. Of course, I have bad tire noise but it is subsiding as the tires wear flat. I thought the tranny or differential was going out!!! Can you imagine getting a NEW truck that had the front end not aligned??? The dealer told me that I should have the tires balanced/rotated every 7K miles and it was common on light trucks. I've never had any vehicle that had to have the tires balanced/rotated that often. I've always been told that when I start to feel a slight vibration in the steering wheel or seat it was time to have them checked.