Also, when she tried to accelerate to higher speeds there was hesitation. So how do you find out what problems are occurring? The contact stated that while driving approximately 20 to 25 mph she noticed that in became difficult to shift gears. I have read this is a very frequent failure for Nissan Quest vehicles; can you do anything to ask Nissan for a solution? Also, when she tried to accelerate to higher speeds there was hesitation. When I drop the car to service in the dealer the service people said is this problem dont ocurr all the time its very difficult to identify what happen. Nissan should seriously look into this problem and not address the problem because they cannot replicate the problem. We tried to take it to our dealership but with it being past business hours there was no way that we would have been able to meet with a service representative.
The vehicle had problems with the battery. They are available for the following Nissan Quest years: 2006, 2005, 2004, 06, 05, 04. The driver had to press the brake pedal really hard to slow down. After researching online I see there is a repair but how does the dealer not see an issue with this problem. In my area, the main highway is heavily traveled, full of curves and often narrows to 2 lanes with very limited shoulders.
When I pressed the gas pedal the rpm's would go up, but there was no power. My car is not the same. I will never lease or purchase another Nissan product and will spread the word to other consumers not to purchase any Nissan vehicle. The temperature gauges were adjusted; however the hot air still flowed. The vehicle operate normally after waiting for one hour.
I was scared because I didn't know what happened. Their focus is on safety-related issues. This vehicle was under lemon law investigation. They replaced the pump and refilled it with antifreeze. I had it towed to cowls Nissan that evening.
The vehicle was not repaired. After work performed to van they called and said it is still misfiring that they found valve cover leaking oil on spark plugs another 600 dollars to fix this. Now, at 80,000 miles, the dealership is saying that it probably needs a new transmission. The warranty on the vehicle covers 5 years or 60,000 miles. Our online parts catalog uses real-time inventory, so you can be assured the parts you buy are in stock at the time of ordering. It would be disappointing and sad to see if this occurrence is what it takes for Nissan to investigate such complaints. When accelerating from a stop, the engine raced and took alot of power to start rolling.
I have to wait until Monday morning for the service depatment to open. At highway speeds, the car acted normally, but in slower speeds, the engine misbehaved again. After few hours everything went normal and when started driving all of sudden break got pressed and car couldn't go anywhere and check engine light came on. I replaced both Cam Sensors. The dealership reported the smell must be sulfuric acid. Dealership reports it is coming from a computer chip and it still smelled after replacement.
There have been multiple corrections, at least ten times. The approximate failure mileage was 111,000. As you can see, I am over the miles by 3,700 but the product should not have broken down at only 4 years of age. I have contacted several mechanics in my area and they won't even deal with this issue due to the way Nissan has put the timing chain in the 2004 Quest. The contact experienced erratic shifting between gears and hesitation. When driving through turns or an intersection the car responded in third gear instead of first. Vehicle had been to the dealer on 4 separate occasions, but dealer was unable to correct the problem.
But I will never buy Nissan cars any more. On arch 15 my wife was driving at highway speeds and she turned from one road on to another and heard a clung. I called the dealership and they advised me to pull forcefully on the shifter to make it shift. The failure mileage was approximately 90,000. Most orders are shipped the same day.
When car is stopped and turned off, the problem goes away. My van only has 26,000 miles on it. Manufacturer has no solution for this problem. I acknowledged, I'd pick up my vehicle if he's saying it safe to drive, however if something happens to myself or family,I will hold tony Nissan and the gm liable due to the fact it's a reported problem but, they can't duplicate it. When at a small decline shifting vehicle in reverse and taking foot off the brake the car will roll forwards this occurred approximately 1 to 2 months after the contact purchased the vehicle. Had it then towed to Nissan and they quoted 1700 to fix the mechanic even stated that it is a huge problem and he is seeing at least 1 a week with this very same issue.
The lcd screen essentially peel away from the screen due to heat or humidity. After doing so, the dash and the base of the shifter are mismatched by a whole gear. The vehicle was then inspected by a independent mechanic and they advised her that it may be a valve inside of the transmission. Find out more about our. Don't waste your time wasting ours! Consumer was instructed to place the vehicle into park, switch off the vehicle, and restart it when this problem occurred. Automatic Transmission problem of the 2004 Nissan Quest 30 The transmission operated poorly.