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Old 01-02-2017, 09:55 AM   #21
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Sounds like those bolts are not being properly torqued at the factory when they are assembling the engine or when they are installing it in the truck...
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Old 03-05-2017, 11:14 AM   #22
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The truck now has 25,000 miles give or take. A few additional updates:

The fuel economy is up. Towing average is around 14 now. Empty is averging 16-17.

The transmission has had multiple reflashes to get it shifting properly. Its much better, but far from perfect.
Nissan has a ton of torque managment in this truck.

Silly things like the tailgate release, a window motor, and a seat belt latch had to be replaced. Typical first year bugs in a new model.

At 15k miles I was ready to trade it off. Now it has settled down and I have changed my outlook. The truck has not given us any trouble lately and the ride, the brakes, and the overall comfort is really good.

The Cummins ISV could be a great success if regens, egr, and urea wasnt part of the package. Double overhead cams, aluminum constructed heads and the fast spooling twin turbos are a great design.
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Maybe tuning could solve most of the issues you see in the isv
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