No not the tire pressure sensors...There has been talk about Nissan aware of the brake pressure sensors being defective.. I'm going to have mine checked along with the tailgate problems and the side box problem I have (missing parts)CaliforniaTitan said:Sensor issue being the low tire pressure sensors? Those are actually located inside the wheel on the rim and attached to the valve stem.
My truck has 5200 miles on it and the brakes are the same as day 1. Only issue for brakes that I have noticed and others is that they brake dust because of the soft pads is very noticable and accumulates quickly. I will 'fix' this by going to a different pad when its time for that.
Mine seem spongy also but it stops fine. I also can push them all the way tolizardking said:Has anyone else notice if there Titan brake pedal seems spongy? I have to put mine to the floor sometimes to get stopped... After driving the wifes 2004 Maxima with 12.6 inch disc brakes which you barely have to touch the pedal.. :crying:
I love the brakes on the Frontier. I drive a twisty freeway on the way to work and it was fun to push Sport Sedans out of the fast lane because I could handle and brake better than them.Briarman said:My Titan doesn't stop on braking as sharply and solidly as my '01 Frontier did-but then I'd never had a vehicle that did before the Frontier either...plus with the Titan I find I have less reason to have to stop in traffic...I'm usually ahead of the crowd! LOL :teethmast
Okay, is that your Dog and does the Dog love your truck? I want/need more info on the Dog.FLfinfan said:Actually there are quite a few people on the Frontier Forums that complain about their brakes. Mostly rotors warping and brake fade or spongyness. Mine are ok, but I do wish I could improve them. The Frontier CC 4x4 is a heavy truck, I can only imagine what the Titan has to try to stop.