Nissan Quest Repair and Maintenance
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Nissan Quest ProblemsCoolant Leak From Plug Behind Timing Cover
A coolant leak may develop from a plug on the front of the rear cylinder head, behind the timing cover.
The exhaust manifold often warps and cracks, breaking off the studs between the cylinder head and the exhaust manifold. The noise may be most noticeable when the engine is cold.
The distributor shaft bearing can become rusty, and seize causing the engine to stall or not start. The failed distributor will commonly require replacement.
Nissan Quest QuestionsHow does one get to the Dash Double Blower to remove a squirrel? (2 answers)
I removed the dash cover with nylon tool next to windshield. Removed phillipshead screws; removed (3) 10mm hexhead screws. What's next steps?
Van loose power. White smoke comes from underneath near muffler. And is very hesitant. Mechanic cannot find what's wrong. Nissan dealer charge to much. I need help.
Just put new head gaskets on and put it back together, Gutted cat. converter and put it back on. Had a grinding noise first time we tried to recrank after going a couple miles running fine. The next time we tried to crank it didn't make that noise. It just won't start.
Nissan Quest RecallsThe Engine May Stall at Slow Speeds or While Idling
Due to software programing, while driving at slow speeds or when idling; or with 1/4 tank of fuel or less and the vehicle heading down hill, the engine may stall due to insufficient fuel supply. Vehicle stalling could increase the risk of a crash. Dealers will reprogram the fuel pump control module to correct this concern.
The pin that secures the brake pedal to the mounting bracket may become dislodged. This would cause the pedal to become loose, and could compromise braking action. Dealers will inspect the pivot pin area and replace the brake pedal assembly if necessary. This recall began on March 22, 2010.
Manually adjusted front seats may not properly engage the locking pawl. In the event of a crash, the seat could move without warning, increasing the risk of injury. Dealers will inspect the seat tracks and replace the seat assembly as necessary. This recall is scheduled to begin on May 27, 2008.