Battery Dead Problems of Nissan Quest
Nissan Quest owners have reported 2 problems associated with battery dead (under the electrical system category).
#1 - Battery Dead problem of the 2004 Nissan Quest
The vehicle having this issue was a 2004 Nissan Quest. The VIN of this vehicle was 5N1BV28U14_. We got the car in Dec 2003. Between Feb 2004 and April 2004 the car had 5-6 hard stars; in most cases it took less than 5 minutes to have it started and only one time more than an hour. I left it there and came back after 5 h. ---it started right away. All this happened in houston TX. . Dec 20 2004 in the middle of nowhere in pennsylvania, second day of our holyday vacation. I?ve tried to start it for more than 3 hours, until the battery went dead. Finally the dealer picked it up. After about 10 day the Nissan ?trained? auto mechanic comes up with the diagnostic: ?no problem with the car, you just flooded! it is not going to be covered by the warranty!? you don?t have to be a mechanic to know that an injection engine can?t be flooded unless the car has a problem ( no sparking, injectors licks, off timing?). Same car the radio/cd sometimes just won?t play; the power is on but no sound. Usually after 5- 10 minutes will go on. The rear ac fan came loose and had to be replaced. (at least this is a problem that could and had been fixed!)
nice car but I have to file for lemon. I pay for a new car and I expect it to start when I need it not when it ?feels like?. This issue happened on Monday, Dec. 20, 2004.
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#2 - Battery Dead problem of the 2004 Nissan Quest
The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) is 5N1BV28U84_. 2004 Nissan Quest se with a manufacture date of 03/29/04 just spent 30 total days in the dealer's shop while certified Nissan service personnel and the Nissan tech support people worked to identify the cause and correct rattling sliding doors that opened while the vehicle was operating at 45 mph without warning: doors that open and close continuously while parked until the battery is dead; and doors that once they get to full open status begin to close without warning and are unstoppable. I use three car seats in my van and doors that open while in motion are very frightening to everyone but sliding doors that shut while little people are climbing in and out with not way to stop them is more of a life safety issue. I was told my vehicle was not part of the door recall 04v186000 because it was manufactured after they corrected the problem. ??? I will update when problem is corrected. The failure date was 04/04/2006.
Other Electrical System related problems of Nissan Quest:
|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Electrical System problems||53|
|Instrument Panel problems||8|
|Underhood Wiring problems||8|
|Fuses And Circuit Breaker problems||4|
|Battery Cable problems||3|
|Horn Assembly problems||3|
|Car Will Not Start problems||2|
|Ignition Coils Failure problems||2|
|Ignition Switch problems||2|
|Ignition Module problems||2|
|Battery Dead problems||2|