Schriever Auto Parts changed a timing belt in my quest and there was water gushing from what was thought to be the water pump. I changed the water pump and the problem persisted... Their was never a leak befor the quest went to this supposedly auto shop. what should i do to fix this problem??
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2001 Nissan Quest Question: why does my quest keep overheating?
Answer #1Superbob February 07, 2011, 13:47Master
If you're going to fix it, you need to look and see exactly what's leaking.
I don't see how anybody would replace a t-belt without fixing the leak first, coolant on a t-belt ruins it so to do so would be foolish. Tow it to a Nissan specialist if it's too much for you.
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