2007 Nissan Titan Engine Oil Capacity

Wondering what the engine oil capacity is for your 2007 Nissan Titan? Jerry has the same specs your owner’s manual has—plus some extra tips!
Written by Patrick Price
Reviewed by Melanie Reiff
The 2007 Nissan Titan, like all Nissan’s vehicles, is an excellent mix of reliable engineering and affordability. But even the most dependable vehicle needs regular maintenance. To keep up with your Titan’s maintenance, you’ll need to know its total engine oil capacity. 
Regular maintenance expenses are part of owning any vehicle, and the 2007 Nissan Titan is no exception. Fortunately, you can put a sizable dent in these expenses by changing your own oil at home. You’ll just need to know the correct type of engine oil to use and how much your Nissan needs. 
You can easily look up the information in your Titan’s owner’s manual. If, however, you’ve misplaced the manual, don’t worry!
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2007 Nissan Titan engine oil capacity

The 2007 Nissan Titan has a total engine oil capacity of 6.5 quarts or 6.2 liters. Engine oil is typically sold by the quart, so you’ll probably need to buy a full 7 quarts whenever it comes time for an
oil change

What kind of oil does a 2007 Nissan Titan need?

Now that you know how much oil your Nissan needs, you’re ready to rush out and buy some, right? Well, not yet. Just as important as the amount of oil needed is the type of motor oil that your Titan takes. Not all engine oils are the same, and using the wrong kind could be disastrous. 
For a 2007 Nissan Titan, you’ll need synthetic oil with a viscosity rating of 5W-30. Viscosity is the measure of an oil's thickness. It’s very important to get oil with compatible viscosity, or you’ll have all sorts of problems. 
When looking at an oil’s viscosity rating, you’ll see two numbers separated by a dash in this format: XW-Y. The first number next to the “W” indicates the oil’s viscosity at 0°F, and the second number describes its viscosity at 212°F.  
If you want to stick with the owner's manual recommendation, Nissan makes its own genuine 5W-30 motor oil. However, any other 5W-30 oil—synthetic or conventional—is also acceptable for your engine as long as it meets the necessary requirements.

How often to change the oil on a 2007 Nissan Titan

Now that you know exactly what type and how much oil your Nissan needs, you’re ready to change your oil when the time comes! Ideally, you should include your Titan’s oil change as part of your
basic car maintenance schedule
every 3,000 to 5,000 miles or every six months—whichever comes first.  
However, you may need to change your oil early. To ensure you’re changing your oil at the right times, regularly check your oil (every other time your refill your gas) and keep an eye out for these symptoms: 
  • Motor oil that has changed color from light brown to dark brown or black  
  • Motor oil feels coarse or gritty between your fingers
  • New and/or unusual noises coming from the engine 
  • The smell of smoke or burning oil 

How to change your oil and oil filter

When the time comes for an oil change, you’ll need a few basic materials—a socket wrench, a drain pan, 7 quarts of replacement oil, a replacement filter, and a filter wrench
To begin, start the Titan’s engine and allow it to run for a few minutes until it reaches normal operating temperature. Once warm, shut off the engine, pop the hood, and follow these steps: 
  • Locate and remove the oil fill cap.
  • From underneath the engine, locate and remove the oil drain bolt. Make sure you have your drain pan in position to catch the draining oil. 
  • While the oil is draining, use the filter wrench to remove the old oil filter.
  • Once the old oil is completely drained, install the new filter. 
  • Reattach the drain bolt.
  • Pour the fresh oil into the reservoir until you’ve added 6.6 quarts. 
After changing your oil, it’s a good idea to turn on your car and let your engine run for about 30 seconds before you check the oil level. This will give you a more accurate measurement, and you’ll be able to top it off if necessary. Then, run the engine for a few minutes to ensure there aren’t any leaks. Finally, seal the old oil in a secure container and take it to the nearest recycling center. 

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