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1996 Nissan Quest Consumer Discussions

1996 Nissan Quest
A few days ago, the air bag light started flashing and I am wondering what is the best course of action. Is there any thing that I could try and might work. I am not a hands-on guy but simple things …...

I have a Nissan Quest 1996 with 74,000 miles. I have a mysterious problem that is driving me nuts, and the Dealer cannot figure out the problem either. The engine runs very well but then it stalls whe...

I agree with earlier post - this area is kind of biased to Quest - but I honestly think it delivers the best value in many cases....

Actually we have been a Nissan fan for some years. Let's see, Had a 1991 Maxima, then 1993 Sentra, then 1996 Pathfinder, then a 2004 Maxima in 2004, then we down sized for a 2000 maxima. When we found...

I have advice, although not from problems with my quest. I had a volkswagen which I bought in 1996. It had defects in the paint, which after giving the dealership 2-3 chances to repaint we realized ...

Must be some confusion about that VE engine - the one in my Quest (similar engine as the Pathy) has a belt but goes for 105,000 miles (actually mine has gone for 110k and counting, lol)....

We have the same problem with our 1996 Quest, And now that winter is here the gas smell is terrible!!! I had tightened all the clamps a while back but I also missed that one that you pointed out in th...

Personally I think the 2011 Sienna is a better looking minivan. The Quest looks more boxy and squared off from the back and they still have the sliding door track down farther on the body panel....
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