Yep, they started in 07. My 06 se came with a fullsize 5-spoke se wheel spare.spoonman said:Didnt they switch to a steel wheel spare a while ago?
Take another look. I have the PRO-4X with 18" alloys and they gave me a steely as a spare BUT....it's still a matching tire on an 18" rim. I'd be very surprised to hear you had a different size altogether. If you do, go back to the dealer ASAP.silverslayer said:wtf, i just searched this out after i saw that my spare is a 17" when I have 18" on the truck. I was curious as to why those wheels looked SOOO new with new rims and tires. ****tty 17" steel rim that's not even the right size tire. going to have to contact the dealer on this.
silverslayer said:wrong size tire. my 18's are an inch bigger than the spare.
275/70r18 vs 245/75r17 dealer kicked me around via phone, have to go over there and make a stink i guess, my sales guy was not in and that is whom they told me i have to talk with.
Not all. Most Titans came with a matching alloy minus the tire pressure sensor. Nissan has since cheaped out on us.zdawgstitan said:all spares are cheap
It can only handle 4 sensors. But you can put a 5th sensor on the spare so that you can then use the spare in your tire rotation if you want and not have to swap it from another wheel. You will, however, have to have the dealer program it when you decide to use it.racerjack said:I bought a used alloy wheel to use as a spare but it didn’t come with the tire pressure sensor. I called dealer to buy another sensor but they were not sure if it is possible to program a fifth sensor into the system. In other words, if they added one TPS, the limit may be four so a TPS on an existing wheel may no longer be recognized by the trucks tire pressure system.
Anyone know if five wheels can be programmed into the trucks Tire Pressure System?