Also, I had the seat tilt all the way forward when "half-sitting" on the seat while reaching for something. Not sure if I was on the tilt, or what. I doubt if I was hitting the switch, because it would be more likely for the seat itself to raise or lower by hitting that switch rather than the back tilt.
Not sure if Nissan has a fix yet...it has to do with the connector inside the seat bottom not neccesarily the switch itself on the sides there. I was talking to the service manager at my dealer when I was having the oil change done and we were actually able to recreate the problem by pushing down on the entry edge of the seat on the other Titan they had just got. He took some notes and was sending it to Nissan.
I was showing the service manager and my salesman the same thing the other night. I went to the dealer to buy some touchup paint. As I got into the truck my weight hit the edge of the seat and the back tilted all the way foward before I could bail out. I called them both over to look at it. The service manager is still stumped. I think that Nissan will have to figure it out
and come up with a solution before the dealerships can do anything because it is an intermittent problem. my wife witnessed this happening all three times it has occured. She saw that my leg was not hitting the switched. It seems to come from seat compression against the box where the swicth connector's are housed.