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Does anyone know how to or if it is possible to customize settings. For instance, I know it is possible to turn off the horn during setting of the alarm using the key fob, I know you can turn off the speed sensitive volume control through the radio but the owners manual sugguests that you are able to turn off the speed sensitive mode for the windshield wipers.

Another function I would like to change is the auto down function of the power windows as activated from the key fob.

I found this on another site and was wondering if this is applicable to the Titan.

Door Lock/Unlock (with single click on keyfob)
Mode 1: Unlock left front door only
Mode 2: Unlock all doors

Anti-lock Out (prevents locking keys in car)
Mode 1: Master door lock switch can activate door locks w/ key in ignition
Mode 2: Master door lock switch cannot activate door locks w/ key in ignition

Dome Lamp Timer
Mode 1: Interior lamp comes on when left front door is unlocked
Mode 2: Interior lamp does not come on when left front door is unlocked

Retained Power (Amount of time windows and sunroof will operate after turning off ignition)
Mode 1: 45 seconds
Mode 2: No delay (Will not operate after ignition key is turned off)
Mode 3: 2 minutes

Auto Light On (headlights turn on as it gets dark)
Mode 1: Factory setting
Mode 2: Lights come on sooner than factory setting
Mode 3: Lights come on later than factor setting
Mode 4: Lights come on later than Mode 3

Head Lamp Battery Saver (applies when headlights left in “on” position, not in “auto.”
Mode 1: Shuts lamps off after 5 minutes
Mode 2: No time delay (headlights turn off immediately)

Headlamp Illumination delay (time headlights remain on after exiting car when headlight is in the “auto” position)
Mode 1: 45 seconds
Mode 2: No Delay (lights turn off immediately)
Mode 3: 30 Seconds
Mode 4: 1 minute
Mode 5: 1 ½ minutes
Mode 6: 2 minutes
Mode 7: 2 ½ minutes
Mode 8: 3 minutes

Hazard and Horn Reminder Mode (key fob allows you to choose between modes 1 & 2, but there are 4 others)
Mode 1 (C Mode): Lock = 2 flash, 1 horn /// Unlock = 1 flash, 0 horn
Mode 2 (S Mode): Lock = 2 flash, 0 horn /// Unlock = 0 flash, 0 horn
Mode 3: Lock = 0 flash, 0 horn /// Unlock = 0 flash, 0 horn
Mode 4: Lock = 2 flash, 0 horn /// Unlock = 1 flash, 0 horn
Mode 5: Lock = 2 flash, 1 horn /// Unlock = 0 flash, 0 horn
Mode 6: Lock = 0 flash, 1 horn /// Unlock = 1 flash, 0 horn

Remote Auto Locking Function Mode (Doors automatically lock after exiting car)
Mode 1: 5 minute delay
Mode 2: Function disabled
Mode 3: 1 minute delay

Remote Panic Alarm Operation Mode (activates when button on keyfob held for approx. __)
Mode 1: .5 seconds
Mode 2: Function disabled
Mode 3: 1.5 seconds

Remote Trunk Open Operation Mode (activates when button on keyfob held for approx. __)
Mode 1: .5 seconds
Mode 2: Function disabled
Mode 3: 1.5 seconds

Remote Power Window Down Operation Mode (activates when button on keyfob held for approx. __)
Mode 1: 3 seconds
Mode 2: Function disabled
Mode 3: 5 seconds

I still can't believe Nissans do not have an "auto door lock at 20mph" feature. What were they thinking?!

[edit] Duh! What was I thinking? To change between Hazard and Horn Reminder Modes 1 and 2, simply hold down the "lock" & "unlock" buttons on the keyfob simultaneously for a few seconds.


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Hold down the lock and unlock buttons at the same time for about five seconds. This shuts off the horn "chirp" when locking your Titan with the keyfob. I set mine this way because I did not want any horn noise late at night in our neighborhood.
 

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Bayou Titan said:
Hold down the lock and unlock buttons at the same time for about five seconds. This shuts off the horn "chirp" when locking your Titan with the keyfob. I set mine this way because I did not want any horn noise late at night in our neighborhood.
Thanks....I already read in the owners manual how to do that I was more interested in the other settings. BTW..I do not have the NAV Package.

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You can also roll down both front windows by holding down the unlock button on your kefob for about five seconds.
 

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I have a question too... My Tundra would lock the doors when the truck was put in drive and then unlock them when you put it back in park. Does anyone know if there's a similar function on the Titan? I've looked through the manual for this with no luck.

BTW, if anyone is interested, here's a link to the online owner's manual at CourtesyParts.com:

http://www.courtesyparts.com/titan/2004-Nissan-Titan.pdf
 

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Auto-locking doors

G&G,

I think that the lack of an auto door lock was one of the few design oversights. Dodge does something like a 12 MPH auto-lock.

I am also still struggling with the up is lock, down is unlock on the door switch.. Seems counter-intuitive to me..

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tbeecher said:
G&G,

I think that the lack of an auto door lock was one of the few design oversights. Dodge does something like a 12 MPH auto-lock.

I am also still struggling with the up is lock, down is unlock on the door switch.. Seems counter-intuitive to me..

Tony B
I couldn't agree with you more Tony. I read through my owners manaul along with my navigation manual (a lot of the functions are controlled on the nav screen) trying to figure out if I could turn that feature on, but after lots of reading I concluded it doesn't exist. BUMMER!!
 

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bg478 said:
I know you can turn off the speed sensitive volume control through the radio but the owners manual sugguests that you are able to turn off the speed sensitive mode for the windshield wipers.
Sorry but I am confused as how the speed sensitive volume control (for audio system?) is related to the speed sensitive windshield wipers?

I didn't know the audio system has speed (or noise?) sensitive volume control.

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amati5 said:
Sorry but I am confused as how the speed sensitive volume control (for audio system?) is related to the speed sensitive windshield wipers?

I didn't know the audio system has speed (or noise?) sensitive volume control.

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They are not related. Speed sensitive volume control for the audio system and speed senitive control for the windshield wipers.

Audio system: As your speed increases the volume of your radio will increase to make up for the extra noise caused by increased wind noise, engine noise and road noise. When you slow down your audio volume will decrease.

windshield wipers: When you have your windshield wipers on and using them in the intermitten mode, as your speed increases the interval between the activation of the wipers will decrease because as you drive faster in the rain your windshield gets covered quicker then when you are sitting at a stop light.

I hope this helps.
 

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amati5 said:
I assum they are both automatic, nothing to set on or off.

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According to the owners manual both functions can be turned on or off. I have been able to turn the SSV off (speed sensitive volume). But, the owners manual is not clear on turning off the speed sensitive function for the windshield wipers if you don not have the NAV Package.
 

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Bayou Titan said:
You can also roll down both front windows by holding down the unlock button on your kefob for about five seconds.
Alright, I gave up.

I went to test and it worked but not for rolling them back up. I guess it's not designed for that. Now, where in the manual that talks about this function. Is it under "Keyless Entry" or "Power Window"?

Also, the manual said you can deactivate the speed sensitive for the wipers refering to "Personlized Settings Menu" for car without Nav. Where is this menu?


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amati5 said:
Alright, I gave up.

I went to test and it worked but not for rolling them back up. I guess it's not designed for that. Now, where in the manual that talks about this function. Is it under "Keyless Entry" or "Power Window"?

Also, the manual said you can deactivate the speed sensitive for the wipers refering to "Personlized Settings Menu" for car without Nav. Where is this menu?


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You just asked the same questions, I asked in my original post.
(1) How do you deactivate the speed senitivity for the wipers w/o a NAV Package?..... and

(2) How do you deactivate the power window down function from the key fob to guard against accidental activation when the keys are in your pocket?
 

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Yup, I just want to try again (number 1) . Now where in the manual that says you can lower the window with the key fob (I know it works, just want to read about it).
 

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amati5 said:
Yup, I just want to try again (number 1) . Now where in the manual that says you can lower the window with the key fob (I know it works, just want to read about it).
As I recall, it doesnt say it in the manual. My salesperson showed it to me.
 

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bg478 said:
You just asked the same questions, I asked in my original post.
(1) How do you deactivate the speed senitivity for the wipers w/o a NAV Package?..... and

(2) How do you deactivate the power window down function from the key fob to guard against accidental activation when the keys are in your pocket?
I don't think you can deactivate this feature. I don't really think you could accidentally roll down the windows with the keyfob in your pocket because you would have to hold both buttons down for about 5 seconds while you are within 30 ft of your truck.
 
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