Torque Managment......cant go WOT till after you hit 40 MPH, until then the most you can get is 50%.konigfritz said:are you sure it's not the traction control kicking in. if the rear wheels slip it will cut the power to reduce wheel spin
Have a question about what you just said. Im not putting on a new rear end or anything nor is anything messing up but had a question about what you said when you said there reprogramming the ecu to stop the touchy throttle if you bring it in. If your osiris tuned and they reprogram it and you reflash your ecu to put osiris back on it wouldnt it put it back to having the touchy throtle again? It was something that crossed my mind when you said that.TallTexan said:04-07 owners be aware when you have your rearends replaced you might find your truck hesitates too. I think Nissan is quietly reprogramming our ecu like the 08 to stop the destruction of their weak differentials. I think they did it to mine and I have heard of another who noticed the same thing after a axle changeout. I would definately tell the Service guy that no one better reprogram my truck. Problem is, how do we prove it.
No, not at all.TitanFlorida said:This '08 Titan with the throttle hesitation is in South FL and the temperature here has been in the low to mid 90s and down to the mid 80s at night since I bought the truck. I did notice one morning when we had a cold snap, 72 degress, if you can call that a cold snap, the truck ran like a scalded dog. I guess the high temps can be playing a part with this.
Could I have "broken in" the truck too hard? The driver's manual states do not perform hard accelerations or rev over 4000 for the first 1200 miles. This truck has 317HP and 385 ft/lbs of torque and it was pretty hard not to put my lead foot in it. I did this quite a bit, but after 500 miles on it.