Nissan Quest Recalls
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.
The brake pedal is mounted under the driver's dash area onto a bracket. At this point of mounting, there is a pin that could slide out. This could cause the pedal to detach from the bracket. If this happens, the brake pedal would feel unusual and loose, and braking action may be compromised.
Manually adjusted front seats may not properly lock in the desired position, increasing the risk of injury in the event of a crash.
There are bolts that mount the suspension to the frame that may not be tightened properly. This may cause a rattling noise and vibration. If the bolts are not torqued properly, loss of vehicle control could occur.
When attempting to adjust the second row seat, the operator's finger may be pinched by the moving seat adjustment mechanism.
The striker bracket, which helps secure the third row folding seat in its upright position, may fail. Striker failure could affect seat performance in the event of certain types of crashes, increasing the risk injury.
In cold weather conditions, the power sliding door may not close correctly. If the door opened upon rapid acceleration, an occupant could fall out of the open door and be injured.
The front passenger airbag may not turn off as designed when smaller occupants are in the front passenger seat. Deployment of the front passenger air bag under these conditions increases the risk of injury to a front passenger seat occupant.