fairly significant
Typical Repair Cost:
Average Mileage:
97,000 miles
Total Complaints:
2 complaints

Most common solutions:

  1. replace clock spring (2 reports)
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problem #2

Aug 192017

Titan XE 5.6L V8

  • Automatic transmission
  • 105,000 miles

I started having SRS airbag lights coming on and losing functionality to the steering wheel cruise controls. This is a sure sign that the clockspring is broken. I didn't know what a clockspring was until it broke. It's basically a wrapped bundle of wires that can spin with your steering wheel while maintaining a connection. Over time these wire bundles rub each other or simply break. It took me a little less than 2 hours to repair but I was able to find the part online pretty cheap.

- John C., Mesa, AZ, US

problem #1

Nov 152016

Titan LE 5.6L Gas

  • Automatic transmission
  • 89,000 miles

I just think it's pretty crappy how the clock spring goes out. It's between $250, that is if you're doing it yourself and upwards of $550 if you have someone else do it. Without it being replaced you have no cruise control, no horn which is definitely a very big safety hazard. I think there's been enough complaints in forums and whatnot that I believe it should be a recall that Nissan fixes for us.

- Sterling D., Denison, US