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I've searched the interwebs and this forum for info on my question to no avail so here goes. The gear indicator PRND on the dash continually flashes the selected gear. Is that normal? So whether in PRND, the selected gear is circled and it flashes like a computer cursor, just a steady blinking. I asked the dealer, even called Nissan support, they just say it's normal. I've even looked at online videos and those do not show the indicator flashing, it's just steady, as i would expect. I keep worrying about the flashing since it makes me think there's a problem, but there are no other warning lights or indicators illuminated. Thoughts?
 

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Well 'issue' was resolved although i do not know the solution unfortunately. I had a leak letting rain into the driver's side floorboard. Dealer had it a week trying to find the leak which ended up being a frame "weld" with not enough body seaming which allowed water to drain into the cab. Anyway, that's a different issue altogether, however, when i got it back the flashing gear select indicator was now solid. No one knows.
 

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I've searched the interwebs and this forum for info on my question to no avail so here goes. The gear indicator PRND on the dash continually flashes the selected gear. Is that normal? So whether in PRND, the selected gear is circled and it flashes like a computer cursor, just a steady blinking. I asked the dealer, even called Nissan support, they just say it's normal. I've even looked at online videos and those do not show the indicator flashing, it's just steady, as i would expect. I keep worrying about the flashing since it makes me think there's a problem, but there are no other warning lights or indicators illuminated. Thoughts?
I am having this same issue. Has anyone figured out the cause?
 

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I'll check mine when I get a chance. I don't like the idea of a weld not being substantial enough.
 

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Didn't see the gear indicator flashing, but I did notice something odd when I was vacuuming yesterday. The carpet on the driver's side floorboard was a little puffed up. I may have to get that addressed with the dealership to make sure that it's not the same issue that you reported.
 

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Didn't see the gear indicator flashing, but I did notice something odd when I was vacuuming yesterday. The carpet on the driver's side floorboard was a little puffed up. I may have to get that addressed with the dealership to make sure that it's not the same issue that you reported.
I noticed the same carpet bump on the driver's side of my 2020 P4X. Let me know what you find out from the dealer. Thx.
 

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I noticed the same carpet bump on the driver's side of my 2020 P4X. Let me know what you find out from the dealer. Thx.
They're going to look at it today. I told them about the reports that there were some missing welds allowing outside elements in the cabin. Will be interesting to see how this dealership addresses my concerns with such a new vehicle.
 

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To the people having issues in here - what are the manufacture dates on your vin panel in your trucks?
 

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To the people having issues in here - what are the manufacture dates on your vin panel in your trucks?
Mine shows 3/20, just around the time Covid quarantine started....great....the guy building mine was probably ready to go on his Covid break....
 

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Well 'issue' was resolved although i do not know the solution unfortunately. I had a leak letting rain into the driver's side floorboard. Dealer had it a week trying to find the leak which ended up being a frame "weld" with not enough body seaming which allowed water to drain into the cab. Anyway, that's a different issue altogether, however, when i got it back the flashing gear select indicator was now solid. No one knows.
do you have a picture of this? I just looked at mine and I’m concernedI may have the issue with the leak.
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Definitely have an issue with not using a car-vac 😜


My salesman claims that he went and looked at several of his other Titans and the carpeting is the same.
Ha! I had my weathertech mats in on the first day but apparently they had some clingers from my 2018. Definitely gotta freshen that up :)

As long as my carpet doesn't look like it's lifting or out of the ordinary. I haven't paid attention before but I get paranoid about these things. This is a pretty significant revision, after all - but Nissan's mid-cycle refreshes are usually really good at buttoning up the quality and filling gaps.
 

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Ha! I had my weathertech mats in on the first day but apparently they had some clingers from my 2018. Definitely gotta freshen that up :)

As long as my carpet doesn't look like it's lifting or out of the ordinary. I haven't paid attention before but I get paranoid about these things. This is a pretty significant revision, after all - but Nissan's mid-cycle refreshes are usually really good at buttoning up the quality and filling gaps.
I'm hopeful. I've been getting some grief from some people about Nissan looking like it may go into bankruptcy and why I chose the Nissan over the other players. I'd say that many car manufacturers are having some issues with their finances, as is the same with many industries. My main pick with Nissan is that it was a refresh, and I didn't like Dodge's reliability. Looked at a local Chevy dealership but they didn't want to deal. I see F150s all over the place, and as far as Toyotas, their styling is really long in the tooth. Here's to hoping I made the right choice.
 
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