05 SE, well, its all in the sig...anyway, got a whining noise that got worse as the RPMs climbed, took it in May 2007, at 32,663 miles; they replaced the timing chain tensioner and a few other parts, and the whine hasn't been back since. No big deal really, especially cause they gave me an 07 Xterra 4x4 for a week as a loaner!!!
EDIT: List of parts/part #s replaced under warranty: #13070-7Y011- Tensioner Assembly; #13070-7Y016- Tensioner Assembly; 2 of #15066-5E510- Seal-O Ring; 2 of #13028-7Y010- Chain- Camshaft; #999MP-A7007P- Gasket Silicone
SOLD: 2005 CC SE 6spd 4x2; Extang Trifecta tonneau, Mobil 1 synthetic (engine only), Whistler Pro 73 radar detector, Nissan Rubber Mats, mudflaps removed, Yokohama Geolander HT/S G051, K&N Drop-In filter, cheap Ipod radio adapter/charger...
NOW: 2000 Honda Accord LX Coupe 2.3L VTECH I4, 5spd MT of course. Goodbye Fronty, goodbye monthly payments...such is life
Last edited by 05frontySE/CC/6MT; 04-01-2008 at 04:24 AM.
My 2005 did it after about 30,000 miles and among other issues, it turned into a lemon law lawsuit. I won. I gave Nissan a 2nd chance. My 2006 Frontier needed the timing chain done at about 30,000 miles. Like the other poster, the sound is back, but much softer and I can ignore it. I have had more trouble with either one of these trucks than my other four trucks combined at over 250,000 miles.
I should be allowed to vote twice but the system won't let me.
i believe at 10,000 miles I have it. I'm not sure but without the radio I sound supercharged.
2007 Radiant Silver Frontier SE King Cab 2wd 6 speed.
Current Mods: 6000k Bixenon HIDs Avic-d3, Pro60s, MDF rings, Raamat, pdx 4.150 custom sealed enclosure for Boston spg-555 w/ the pdx 1.1000
Future mods: Some go fast stuff
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