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I need to buy a starter for a 2004 Nissan Titan. Neighbor suggested Nugen Motorparts, but they are out of stock on this item for 60-90 days.

Other than NAPA, does anyone have a good vendor for something like this? Nugen was $91.00, free shipping, JC Witney is $154, NAPA is $245, etc.

Thanks for the suggestions.

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www.rockauto.com

Been using them for years. Recommended.
 
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I was having starter problems with my 2006 Armada and when I couldn't find the sarter to test it I figured I was in over my head. I'm sure you already know it's under the intake manifold. I looked at the motor for a half an hour before I googled it.
 
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It's in the "V" under the lower intake plenum isn't it? Not fun.

They guy who thought that up should be flogged.


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My local shop is going to do the work. I am just trying to source the parts.

If it were simply a matter of removing the plenum and replacing the starter I would do it. Unfortunately, you need to disconnect the fuel system and drain, then disconnect the cooling system to do it.

Screw that.



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Rock auto shows a new Bosch for $175. I'd try to stay away from remanufactured units if possible. Nissan part looks to be $262.

Who makes Nissan's electrical parts? For example, I know Denso supplies a lot of Honda stuff. I don't use a Honda part number but I find the equivalent Denso part number and it's usually a few bucks cheaper.


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https://www.amazon.com/TYC-1-1...tarter/dp/B0041TN26U

Best way is to sign up on advance auto's web page, then buy it on their page, they give you a discount for ordering online for in store pickup, I've stood in the store and bought stuff cheaper than buying it in the store on my phone.

http://shop.advanceautoparts.com/home



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My experience with Amazon Denso part was that the part was counterfeit.


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My local shop is going to do the work. I am just trying to source the parts.

If it were simply a matter of removing the plenum and replacing the starter I would do it. Unfortunately, you need to disconnect the fuel system and drain, then disconnect the cooling system to do it.

Screw that.


Fucking Nissan!

I have done them on an Altima and Maxima. Neither time was easy. 2nd time was in 20 degree weather outside for a co-worker. Single mother who didn't make much and it was her only car. Labor was free but she had to stand outside with me while I swapped the starters out. Big Grin


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www.rockauto.com

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I took mine off 3 times this fall/winter. Roll Eyes


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I too would NOT go with a remanufactured one. Bosch makes good electrical parts, I'd order that one.
 
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My wife's Xterra needed a starter (2005) and we put in a CARQUEST from Advanced Auto Parts.
Lifetime warranty ~ works great.
Looking up the Titan (BTW,I have a 2004 Titan too!) it looks like it is just under $200.
I didn't see a new one but I wouldn't have a problem with a remanf unit. Lifetime Warranty.
The Bosch and the Denso -both reman's were almost $400 Eek
 
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It's in the "V" under the lower intake plenum isn't it? Not fun.

They guy who thought that up should be flogged.

Toyota Tundras aren't fun either. And hope you don't need a steering rack on a second-generation Tundra.


 
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