Ink, don't drive it in the rain...problem solved
Meh, a 11 year old truck shouldn't be leaking like this, period. If I had to take a guess, I would argue that this particular truck was not thoroughly inspected as it was rolled through the production line.Sorry to hear you've had some problems, but your truck is 11 years old and its a gen 1.
This^^^^^^sounds like it was rolled over or something
... My 2011 had 110000 kilometres.....
thats never a bad joke, in any context:big_grin:I don't want a large Farva, I want a #%^* liter of cola!
(I deal in miles, sorry for the bad joke!)
You purchased a used vehicle. Regardless of brand, used vehicles require maintenance and closer inspection and investigation.First and foremost I have owned a 240sx, geo Prizm, Honda accord, chevy Malibu, and ford escort zx2. None have had as many problems as the infamous Nissan Titan. I don't know if i have a lemon or what but from the looks of the threads they are all pretty much the same.
2005 se kc bought it a little over 2 years ago with 59k on the clock I am now at about 89600k and here is a list of the problems I have had.
1. a/c drain (poor engineering) caused water leak.
2.split in a seem on my pass side wheel well caused a water leak.
3.split in a seem in rear of cab caused a water leak.
4. back rear window perimeter leaked water.
5. manual slider of rear window seal failed....another water leak and can only be replaced with a whole new window assembly.
6. third brake light gasket (common on trucks) water leak.
7. black tabs on rear corners of roof....another water leak.
all of these have been sealed but some how and somewhere water is still getting in from the upper rear of my truck.
9. rear pass side axle.
all of this is not to mention the ****ty plastic used on the interior that cracks in the sun or the a/c smell or any of the popping noises i hear and squeaks and rattles from my suspension.
the one good thing I have never had a problem with (knock on wood) is my engine. SORRY IN ADVANCE, JUST VENTING.