Nissan Quest owners have reported 100 vehicle speed control related problems since 1996. Table 1 shows the 9 most common vehicle speed control problems. The number one most common problem is related to the vehicle's vehicle speed control (40 problems). The second most common problem is related to the vehicle's accelerator pedal (25 problems). For details of each of the problem category, use the links in the table.
|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Vehicle Speed Control problems|
|Accelerator Pedal problems|
|Accelerator Stuck problems|
|Cruise Control problems|
|Car Throttle Sticking problems|
|Speed Control Cable problems|
|Car Throttle Stuck problems|
|Speed Sensor problems|
|Speed Control Linkage problems|
While driving on the interstate with 2 infants in cars seats as well as 3 other adults the vehicle lost power. It would not accelerate. Within minutes the steering was stiff and was extremely difficult to turn. Pulled off the interstate and onto a side road. Read details...
The contact owns a 2012 Nissan Quest. The contact was driving approximately 2 mph and approached a traffic stop signal. When pulling off from a complete stop, there was a delayed response when the accelerator pedal was applied. The failure occurred sporadically. Read details...
Accelerator pedal sticks (mostly when starting from a stopped position) in both forward and reverse. Problem is continuing to get worse as time progresses. Read details...
Back on July as I was on the hwy, set my cruise control, for the first time since I've owned my Nissan, at 55mph, the speedometer stopped working, my right headlight went out. Now ever since then, it has gotten worse, I have replaced the right headlight 3 times . Read details...
Throttle plate sticking, Nissan states maintenance needed to remove carbon buildup. No maintenance to throttle plate stated in owners manual. Appears to be too close tolerance in throttle plate to housing fit. Slight wear in bushings allow misalignment and thust sticking of throttle plate off idle. Read details...