Electrical Equipment Problems of Nissan Quest

Nissan Quest owners have reported 2 problems related to electrical equipment (under the equipment category). The most recently reported issues are listed below. Also please check out the statistics and reliability analysis of Nissan Quest based on all problems reported for the Quest.

car image   Electrical Equipment problem of the 1996 Nissan Quest 1
Failure Date: 06/15/2002

Engine light on - computer code: anti-knock sensor estimated repair @$350. Did not repair; reset system, light did not reappear for 3,000 miles, reset again. Door locks intermittent problem, esp. With slider. Airbag light flashing, cannot afford repair. Read light burning out bulbs (twice within 3 mos. ) after market repair caused different problem.

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car image   Electrical Equipment problem of the 1996 Nissan Quest 2
Failure Date: 02/15/2002

Weird electrical problems,I have taken to 2 different people, 1 of which specializes in transmissions, the problem is that when the vehicle is warmed up the transmission doesn't know what gear it is in, on initial investigation the problem appears to be the trottle position sensor but that was replaced and still no fix. They hooked up computers to the car while driving and say the computer doesn't read the tps being operative during driving but no problems can be found with the wiring and computer board. When the engine transmission starts to mess up the locks start to lock and unlock by themselves while driving, the check engine light is on and the overdrive light blinks off and on. At one time the air bag light come on for no reason it was checked and problem found. The sliding door latch broke within a couple of months of buying. The back windshield wiper motor would also come on by itself, we ended up taking the fuse out for that.




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