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Watch the video I posted. Below is description and video of the problem.
The problem I am experiencing can best be explained by the video I will be attaching with this post. The best way I can describe the sound is that it sounds like someone is tapping a hammer underneath my dash. This happens every time I shut off my vehicle and it happens approximately 2 minutes after the vehicle is shut off. The sound has been present for around 6 months now and does not appear that it will go away on its own. I'm not sure if this is a characteristic of the vehicle or a common problem. The one thing that I can recall before the sound started was that the vehicle made a sound similar to a valve turning off or something of that nature. This was a smooth and methodical sound, this is something much different. I hope this information helps.
Video Here: 2005 Nissan Titan Cabin Noise - YouTube
If anyone has any idea what this might be, please let me know!
2005 Nissan Titan LE
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How To: Fix annoying clicking heater/ac actuator under dash (w/pics)
The actuators move when the truck is shut off. With the truck on turn your controls to defrost then back to Max air. If you get the clicking it is the actuator in the above post. read the entire post and follow the links.
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I just completed my repair of the same actuator and had the exact problem you did. The part number you need is 27743-ZP00A. I have an 05 as well and be aware that if you have the rockford fosgate system, the amp mounting bracket is directly in the way. It is a pain to get to. Took me 2 hours but only cost me around $40!
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I just got mine out. Holy #$&*!, that was hard as well to get out. With my big hands, it was not easy. I can't imagine how I'm going to get it back together though. Also, I do have the rockford fosgate system, so that didn't help. Anyways, I appreciate your input, as well as everyone who helped. Lets see if I can't get this back together.
P.S. I would assume this would cost probably $400 or more at the dealership for repair. After doing it myself though, I would probably just shell out the money, if your willing to spend it. The part is very hard to get to, at least on my year model. Everything is in the way and some parts cannot be removed that are in the way because they are welded to the frame. You need to have a good set of tools to get to it as well, so if you don't have those, your going to have to spend 50-100$ on those alone. Finally, it kills your back, being in a position that long. Luckily, I'm only 21, but I could never imagine my dad getting in their and fixing it himself without having serious back pain for weeks to come.
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