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Hey gentlemen,
my 2010 is currently at 99,700 miles and rising. At approximately 91,000 miles my wife rear-ended another car resulting in the replacement of the radiator. I have read a couple of write-ups regarding the tranny flush and draining the radiator fluids and I'm cool with flushing the system. Have any of you guys changed out any other parts like the spark plugs and wires? I've used nothing but full synthetic for the oil and just put a new Injen CAI on the truck.

What other checks or replacements have you guys done or recommend on the Titan's?
 

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No change of the wires but I did the sparks at about 115 or so, 10k beyond the limit. I would do it when they recommend. Would also think about changing the belt and the other fluids.
 

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Transmission fluid - I'd recommend a drain and fill every 30k
TCase (if 4wd) - Again, recommend drain and fill every 30k
Front (if 4wd) and rear diff - Again, recommend drain and fill every 30k
Brake fluid - recommend flush every 30k or 1 year
Coolant - recommend drain and fill every 50k if using extended life coolant
Power steering fluid - recommend flush every 30k
Spark plugs - every 100k miles or so
Fan belt - whenever it starts to crack

Titans have no spark plug wires.

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If you feel up to it, give a thorough look at your intake manifold. Check all the hoses and the mating surfaces. Take a peak at your MAF, Throttle body and also look at the PCV system. Any oil residue around the valves means change them. Make sure to thoroughly inspect the breather hoses coming off the PCV system. Over time they will deteriorate and crack/split. The PCV valve is a Nissan only part, but its cheap, 15 bucks or so at the dealer.

Besides that, if you have changed the fluids on time, and see no leaks from below, your in good shape.
 

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Almost forgot. Look at your exhaust manifolds for cracks. Most likely, you would hear a crack, but doesn't hurt to check em over.
 

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