Nissan Quest owners have reported 16 problems related to radio/tape cd player (under the equipment category).
Clarion audio, no sound. When the car was started. The vehicle the radio display and controls work properly but there is no sound coming from the speakers.
See all problems of the 2004 Nissan Quest.
Consumer complaint regarding Nissan Quest recall for seat mechanism. The consumer stated the dealer failed to disclose the recall. The manufacturer will not correct the problem until December 2005. The consumer stated the vehicle should have been repaired before it was sold. The sound through the dvd was full of static.
See all problems of the 2005 Nissan Quest.
The sliding door's top pins came off the track, which resulted in the passenger sliding door dangling. Only the bottom hinge was keeping the door attached to van. When opened, the passenger side sliding door came out of the top tracks, leaving the door suspended only by the bottom sliding hinge. This was without warning, however, the driver side sliding door had been exhibiting symptoms of trouble with opening. The rollers in the top tracks had apparently broken off the pins. The consumer requested reimbursement of the amount of the repair cost. Other problems: the radio disply was inoperative.
See all problems of the 2000 Nissan Quest.
Radio/cd/dvd is on and displayed on the monitor however, no sound can be heard from speakers. The problem does not occur while driving but, after the motor has been turned off for a period of time. When this occurs, I've found if the engine is turned off and on several times the sound will work. The problem has no predictability. The dealer has not observed the problem yet. They did admit that there has been issues with the am however, this occurs with fm as I don't listen to am.
I have had nothing but problems, both big and small, with my brand new Nissan Quest se. I can almost deal with the sqeaks, rattles, broken buttons, broken lights, malfunctioning sensors, radio problems, and malfunctioning slider doors, but the problem I cannot accept is the failure of the car to run during damp or cold days. The car cranks and starts after a few attempts, but when it is put into drive it either lags as if it's running out of fuel, or dies completely. This has happened on at least 8 occassions, 2 of which I had to call a tow truck because I could not restart the car. Unfortunately, my dealership cannot replicate the problem so nothing has been done. Meanwhile, I never know if my car will run on these days, I have even been forced to walk down the street in below zero windchill temperatures with my children in order to get help. I purchased a new car to have safety and peace of mind, and instead I am losing sleep at night and asking Nissan to buy this car back. I will list the most recent occurrence on the form, but please note this has happened at least 8 times.
Radio/cd/dvd can be "on" but, no volume heard from speakers. Intermittent problem with no predictability. Dealer has observed, but cannot reproduce. Radio module replaced to no avail.
Radio fails to receive on the am band. Two trips to dealer required to resolve, with the second requiring extensive time online with Nissan technical support. Situation apparently rectified by adding a new ground on the radio circuit.
The automatic transmission will not down shift. When the consumer was pulling onto the freeway, the vehicle failed to accelerate. The cause of the failure was undetermined because dealership was unable to duplicate the problem. When the sun shined onto the dashboard, the reflection reflected onto the windshield and caused an obstruction and distraction to the driver's view. The correct model year 2004. From the park position, the consumer was unable to go up an incline. The transmission did not engage to low gear for the power to move up the hill. The consumer had to back down the hill. The radio would get static when going over bumps, and the driver's side lower panel was coming apart.
The radio display would go intermittent, displaying radio info only part of the time. Continual degradation in the weeks to follow. The radio display permantly does not display radio info although all radio functions work. Nissan will not cover it since it started about a week after the warranty expired.
Both rear struts and the left front strut was leaking. The vehichle felt soft, bouncy, and shakey. The brakes grabbed and were noisy. The front end was out of alignment. The radio's buttons did not light. The consumer requested a refund or a re-purchase of the vehicle. Scc.
See all problems of the 2002 Nissan Quest.
The consumer stated that some of the radio buttons do not light up.
Cd player inoperative.
See all problems of the 1996 Nissan Quest.
The interior lights illuminated as the automatic, rear passenger side door suddenly started to open. Vehicle also having problems with radio equipment being inoperative, windshield wipers , and transmission making a whining noise.
Interior light flickers on and off intermittently, dealer has inspected vehicle . Consumer also states the radio is inoperative.
See all problems of the 2001 Nissan Quest.
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