Nissan Frontier Forum banner

Newby from Wichita

504 Views 4 Replies 5 Participants Last post by  Clint
Hi all - Coming from the Heartland where trucks are king! I'm an engineer and 2002 Frontier crewcab SE owner since 2005. I've owned nothing but Nissan's for the last 20 years or so, mostly since I got used to working on my 1985 300 ZX that I bought new and just liked the solidity of the products. They aren't the cheapest automobiles, but at the risk of sounding un-American, they put out the products with the right looks and bells/whistles I wanted when I wanted them.

I've kinda gotten the car stereo bug lately for some reason and have learned a lot from reading the posts of other stereo and truck owners on the subject. I can't figure out why but once I take a fancy to some type of technology/project/hobby I have to dive in with both feet and usually end up spending way too much money and free time learning to "engineer" just what I want and learn all I can about it. Call it a character flaw. I have more than a few. Hoping to pick up some tips on truck stuff I've noted over time and that most often has me scratching my head.
1 - 5 of 5 Posts
Welcome and enjoy.
Welcome to the club man! Hope you find lots of good info here, it exists. Anything you need related to your truck, can be found here.
Welcome to the forum.

Your Nissan Factory Warranty gives you basic coverage for 3 years or 36,000 miles on your Nissan. Have you explored what Nissan Extended Warranty coverage can do for your Nissan vehicle?

--Follow us on Twitter @NissanWarranty
--Got a Nissan Warranty question? Hit me up then I will post it to my Nissan Warranty Blog.
--For the latest Nissan Technical Service Bulletins. Subscribe

Online since 2000.
See less See more
Welcome to the group.
You can find great car stereo equiptment at Crutchfield: LCD TV, Car Stereo, Home Theater, Speakers, Plasma TV
The Frontier was built in the USA so we can call it an American truck.
Some GM's as well as Dodge trucks are built outside the USA and their owners claim they are American made.

1 - 5 of 5 Posts
This is an older thread, you may not receive a response, and could be reviving an old thread. Please consider creating a new thread.