2000 Nissan Quest Questions

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Van has been running hot. We thought was the thermostat sticking because it would go back down sometimes. It started leaking water so then we thought it was water pump but next day still running hot but no leaking
The van is losing coolant about a quart every 200 miles there are no leaks and the water in the radiator is now foamy
the front work in the winshield only I field a little air
car just cut off while driving. I think that it is the security system. How Can I bypass it.
changed feel pump and maf sensor before the stalling on slight inclines or interstate driving sometimes wouldn't accelerate more than about 2000 rpm i would let off gas and would accelerate fine after most times
I've worked on many front wheel drives before, removing the transmission, is the Quest like a 2001 Buick (K) fram thats required to have a lift because motor drops too or can it be removed like a 1985 Grand Am with no lift where the fram is in 2 peaces? In other words replacing it on the ground, what kinda work am I looking at? Thank's; Jason Pust, Mobile AL.
It bogs down when I push the gas pedal fast like if im passing then dies on me. Idk if its the fuel pump, injectors or fuel filter. It happens everytime i drive it.
OK, so when I drive my 2000 Nissan Quest GXE, it will randomly cut off. I lose power steering and the brakes become very hard to press. I know there is an oil seal that neds to be replaced, (it's the back one), and I've had an auto parts store run a diagnostic on it, and the codes that read are the knock sensor and two others I can't currently remember, but was told were not relative to it cutting off. The fuel pump is fine, and so is the battery. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
my clock and radio station numbers arent appearing on my nissan quest. can you please help me. also my number is 6318389631 if you would like to contact me
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