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Seems that the heater cores in these vehicles (99-00 Nissan Quest/Mercury Villager) have a control valve located right on the coil. If this fails, you have to remove the whole ventilation plenum which includes the A/C coil. That's right, the A/C has to be discharged to remove the plenum in order to get to the heater core to replace this valve. Not sure of the cost of these valves but for ... Read More
Two things, are you sure you put the thermostat in the right direction, the manuals show it with the thermometer pointing away from block. Then are you sure you put the blow open thermostat or a cheep blow closed thermostat. But if you bleed the system, yes bleed the system, yes with the bleeder mounted on top the air intake blower. You have enough antifreeze fluid in the system, you should ... Read More
There is also a MAF (Mass Air Flow sensor) mounted inside the air intake that I think is also associated with that problem. I would check for dust/obstructions, air filter, electrical connection,etc.
Hey Guys Well I have a Problem,I got a Check engine light about mouth ago, Check with a diagnostic, it was a P1105 which a MAP/BARO Sensor, We replaced it Reset the code and still Check engine light came back on, scan again it was still P1105 and since I live in NY failing an inspection is a big no no and I have inspection next mouth so do you guys ... Read More
1999-2002 Mercury Villager/Nissan Quest So the distributor was definitely a big one. Unfortunately it was never timed correctly. It sounded fine and seemed to run ok but there was always a hesitation (the timing was retarded from 15 degrees). On a long distance trip towing a pop-up trailer, our rear exhaust manifold developed a crack and we lost a lot of power. The van was always having to run at high ... Read More
Finally, we get a Quest that's made in Japan!!! The first generation was a joint venture between Nissan and Ford with mixed success. The last generation, Tennessee-made model was disappointingly nothing like the 'Quest Concept' Nissan teased us with--and it generated mediocre reliability ratings from Consumer Reports. This one is gorgeous, as it follows along the same styling lines as the current and previous JDM Nissan ElGrand. I love it! I ... Read More
Hi, I have a 1999 Quest (as does my Boss). We have both had the same problem. The car stutters...gets worse over time and then eventually dies. The first times it died, it would re start. The last time, I was going down the interstate and it slowly started loosing power (I was trying to accelerate.), died & wouldn't start. There were metal pieces found around the distributor somewhere. The distributor ... Read More
I have a 1999 Quest SE. The passenger window and the 2 back vents will not function with the master switch or the switch on the passengerís side. The driver side window works fine. I pulled the switch out and tested it, based on the pins in a Hayes manual. It appeared to be bad, went to Nissan ad purchased a new switch. That didnít correct the issue. There is a ... Read More
I have a 99 Quest and I no longer get heat from the vents: I first noticed it took a long time to warm up and never got up to "normal" temp, but it is winter. I changed the thermostat, now I have a new issue. The vehicle heats up fine and runs at a normal temperature however, I get no heat from my vents unless I really am hitting the ... Read More
1999 Mercury Villager: approx 150,000 miles Had a rough engine idle at stop lights. :( Occasionally the knock sensor would be tripped and sometimes another code. Checked vacuum hoses, catalytic converter, had all the belts replaced including timing and water pump, a few other things and eventually replaced the distributor yesterday. Engine appears to run smoothly now at stops. No more rough idle. :D
I was having a misfire problem. Scan said knock sensor. Scans can be misleading. The bearing in the distributor had gone out. Opened the distributor, there were many small metal flakes inside. Replaced the distributor, runs fine. Note; the timing marks are hard to find. The pointer is right under a hose fitting that is steel colored among the black. Stand by the right front wheel facing left. May have to ... Read More
OK at idle in neutral or park. Took it to a Nissan dealer who found play in the rebuilt distributor. Will exchange for another next week. He also said that the spark plugs weren't NGK, the preferred brand. (they are Bosch) Tried to sell me a new set of these, but I said that at $240. for the package, I wasn't interested. thanks
Thanks for the follow-up. How's the idle when you are standing still? But even if it was a bit high, I guess it would be racing more than vibrating.
Turned out to be a bad distributor bearing. Replaced distributor, new problem. It doesn't stall anymore, but if the car is in drive or reverse, there is a noticable vibration when standing still with my foot on the brake. Once I release the brake and give it some gas, the vibration goes away.
Since you just had it tuned up, I'd suspect the wiring. Ask your mechanic to check all the grounds. I've seen reports of the throttle position sensor getting intermittently flaky due to a bad ground. Maybe that's related to the flaky rear wiper. But who knows - these kinds of problems can be hard to figure out. If it's been unseasonably cold there, maybe you have a bit of water freezing ... Read More
My 1999 stalls out after about an hour. Just had a tune up done, problem persists. Local mechanic stumped. Fuel pressure is ok, new battery installed. The rear window wiper was doing crazy things when he started it up. I relayed the distributor information posted in this thread, but haven't heard back yet. Any other suggestions would be most welcome. thanks
makes the almost $20 price difference Especially for a switch that should never fail anyway, much less fail as often as Quest ones of that era do. This week I get to look forward to replacing an O2 sensor or worse - something failed 2 weeks ago and triggered the CEL and is making the van run rough. $96 will probably look cheap by the time I get it to pass ... Read More
I just checked my old part which has part number (25401-7B111, for Beige interior) on it. Courtesy.com does have this part but costs $96. I think 25401-V41001 will do the work but is cheaper. Oddly, the color difference (beige/dark gray) makes the almost $20 price difference.
I was traveling last week and just now saw your post. The switches really aren't made to be disassembled although I had one to practice on and was able to get the second one working without destroying the switch. The part number on the old "Genuine Nissan Parts" box I have that my '99's replacement switch came I says Switch Assy - Power Window Main 25401-7B112. When I search at Courtesy ... Read More
A follow-up from my previous post. I got my part today. Disappointed, the unit doesn't have power door lock switch. Otherwise, everything works fine. An advice: when buying part from courtesy.com, 25401-V41001 is the correct one. In fact, 25401-V41003 should not be put on that sale page since 1999 Nissan Quest GXE has power door as standard equipment. By all means, 25401-V41003 is an inadequate part for Nissan Quest 1999+. If ... Read More
My 1999 Nissan Quest GXE has this left-side power window switch problem. The switch to control the driver-side window only lets the window down. I tried to dissemble the switch but couldn't. Finally, I am ordering part from http://courtesyparts.com and waiting its arrival. In the meantime, I tried some tricks to jump the wiring harness to close the driver-side window and it worked. Here are the tricks: 1. Once you have ... Read More
Hi All, New here at the forum. Found this old thread. I hope some of the key people are still around. I have a similar problem with my 1999 Nissan Quest. The front left wheel is locking up. I have replaced the pads, caliper, rubber hose, and in the process of replacing the master cylinder now. If I release the hydraulic pressure by cracking the line, the caliper will free up ... Read More
Depends on the snow. Actually more may depend on the tires. I had a front wheel drive minivan in Anchorage for 11 years (never had a 4WD or AWD in 20 years there). My last winter there I drove my 1999 Quest around on the original tires. Down here in Boise I'm still driving the '99 Quest, but we rarely get snow in town. There's been one occasion when I didn't ... Read More
While it could be the motor, it sounds more like carbon build-up on the switch. A replacement is around $80 USD. You can get to the switch itself without taking the door panel off. There's a plastic cap hiding a Phillips screw. Remove that and you should be able to lift the whole bezel out with the 4 switches attached. You may have to jiggle the door latch a little (my ... Read More
On the driver side, I need to press down very hard for the window to go down, and sometimes this does not even work, so the window gets stuck in rolled down position. So,this is a intermittent problem. How to remove door panel so that I can see what the problem is. Also, please tell me what might be the root cause of this issue. Thanks
My 1999 Nissan Quest GXE has 24.7 mpg (50% city, 50% highway with 62 mpg driving speed.)
Howdy all of you, I have a problem (maybe more than one) that I am trying to troubleshoot on my '99 Nissan Quest GXE (111 000 km/69,000 mi). The MIL is on. The engine has begun abnormal harsh shifting during 1-2 and 2-3 upshift and 3-4 (overdrive) doesn't engage while driving at 70-80-100 kph (43-50-62 mph) and even more excessive speed. I fact shifting occurs at abnormal higher speed. 2 weeks ... Read More
Thanks for the links. That's what I was looking for.
Yeah, some little hose on the top of the engine rots away. Mine's doing the same thing. Let me search around and see if I can find a thread with more info and I'll try to edit this within the 30 minute window.  Ok, the rotten hose I keep thinking about is the BPT hose connected to the EGR and that'll flip the CEL on but doesn't cause a coolant ... Read More
Got another question for you, STEVE. I remember some discussion a while back on a coolant leak somewhere on these vehicles. I tried the search but couldn't find anything. After I park my vehicle, I can smell antifreeze, and I have to top off the tank maybe every few months or so. Nothing on the ground, though. Mine's a 2001 Villager. :)
My fan has never hiccuped on my '99. I found this post with an Advanced Search (on the left) searching for "Fan blower resistor" motonation, "Nissan Quest/Mercury Villager problems" #2441, 28 Jul 2006 7:09 pm More searching would probably turn up some more hints for a fix. Steve, Host SUVs and Speed Shop
99 Nissan Quest w/ac 134K: Fan blower resister blows after 3 days replacement. I suspect it over heats from a short somewhere. Nissan dealership suggested could be something in the rear air controls or the second resistor for the rear (where is that?) The ac does not work, hot air does not reach the rear vents. Has anyone gone through the blower resistor problem and found faults causing the resistor to ... Read More
I have a 1999 Nissan Quest GLE. Both the original remotes broke. I can not get the van to go into learn mode to reprogram the new remote. I followed the process of locking the door, putting the key in more the 6 times in 10 seconds, but the lights will not flash. Also, we can not unlock the drivers door with the key, because the alarm will go off. We ... Read More
Wow, you could have been reading my mind with your question. I have done EXACTLY the same things you have done with my 99 Nissan Quest (they are the same vechicle). Our problems started when we had the engine changed out after the timing belt broke and trashed the original. I bought an OBD II computer to read the error codes and got knock sensor P0325 which will NOT trip the ... Read More
I haven't updated my spreadsheet for three months but the last five tanks were 19.7, 20.4, 22.5, 20.9 and 21.2 mpg. This is for my 1999 GXE with ~108,000 miles on it. Lifetime mpg is 21.4. Steve, Host
Back in 2004, I paid for Duane Harrison's expertise. He has a web site, instructions and parts to repair Ford and Nissan Quest radio displays. I had the same problem with the dead radio display in my 1999 Quest. I have no relationship with him except my radio display was fixed and is very bright two years later. I considered his service extremely valuable and paid for a replacement power supply ... Read More
Hello. Just bought an older Quest (1999 GLE). Wondering if anyone who has one, or had one could remember the gas mileage they were getting (or distance per tank)? We had a 1995 Villager and the Quest seems to use more fuel, and I was wondering if what I am getting is normal or if there is a problem. I average around 290 miles on a tank of gas with 90% ... Read More
1- We are now considering a slightly used minivan (I really liked a new 2005 Kia Sedona but the cargo area was too small). I have seen some Dodges with a second row bench and wanted some feedback on the pro/cons of 2nd row bench vs captains chairs. I have 2 children of my own and I babysit 1 child so I usually have 3 carsets in my car at all ... Read More
I just put a downpayment on a 1999 Quest GLE. While checking it out, we found the rear vents didn't deliver heat, only cool air. Sales guy said they were just for A/C, but this doesn't sound right. Is it true, or does the vehicle have a problem? Also, the stereo's display is out. Can't see station, etc. Is this a costly repair, or not a big deal? Thanks so much... ... Read More
"1999(?)-2006...MPV" The MPV took a one year hiatus in 1999 and returned in 2000 with a total redesign. Much like the Nissan Quest did in 2003.
For flat folding third row seats, here's somewhat of a guide. These minivans have it: 1995-2006 Honda Odyssey 1999(?)-2006 Mazda MPV 2004-2006 Toyota Sienna 2004-2006 Nissan Quest (fold flat second row too) 2004-2006 Ford Freestar/Mercury Monterey 2005-2006 Dodge Grand Caravan (not sure if the 04's had it, but I think they had an early 05 run starting in Feb 04) The current GM vans (2005-present) have fold flat seats, but those ... Read More
My yellow O/D dashboard indicator does not come on when I click the O/D button on the shifter. I tried at idle and at cruising 60 mph on highway without any luck. It does not even down shift after I click the button at highway speed. It simply means that the O/D is not engaging. Does anyone of you encounter this problem? Any suggestions? The van rides very nicely at 68k. ... Read More
I agree that it's mostly likely the switch and not the motor or regulator. A new one costs $70 to $100 depending on where you find it. A couple of us have managed to dismantle it and clean the carbon out - mine's still working several months after I did this. Use the Search This Discussion box at the bottom right for "power window" and you'll find other posts about how ... Read More
It is easy to change. I got my part from Nissan dealer, same part but ten or twenty dollars cheaper. Just remove the screw cover then unscrew the whole control unit will come off. It cose me around 90.
Hi, I have a Nissan Quest SE 99. Recently I experienced that driver's side window goes down but then has a hard time to come up and now it does not come up. Could you tell me what the problem is? is it the motor, switch or regulator? Where could I get the part and how difficult is it to change it? Thanks very much, Sia
Well, after a couple of misdiagnosis' I finally figured out what the problem was (with a little help from an auto forum, may have been this one.) First a recap: 1. engine lost power on any kind of hill, as well overheated after a steep one.2.transmission jerked from first to second. 3. An egg smell. This is on a 1999 Nissan Quest SE 3.3 V-6 One diagnosis said it was an ... Read More
Sure, I think I will pick one up. I think they were better years ago, and now only give some basic information. It's like they took the old Haynes, and the vehicle owners manual, and printed up something inbetween. Hopefully they have gotten comprehensive again like they use to be. I thought I would actually save money by letting the dealer diagnose it, and maybe once the computer is reset, the ... Read More
I bought this quest new and have put about 130k on it. It's been a good van until now. My wife said it was gutless. I thought the coil wire may be bad. I had never changed the plugs or wires on it. We had the timing belt changed at 107k. It has no coil wire, so I just replaced the plugs and wires. Problem is still there. I googled around, ... Read More
Read the long-term test here - the 04 Quest they tested: "The Quest is merely an average handler," Erin wrote in her notes. "It felt predictable in the turns of state highways 17 and 152, but definitely no more so than a Sienna or Odyssey and less confident than a Grand Caravan.' [I really, really want to know what Erin's credentials are for evaluationg handling performance.] Excellent visibility somewhat offset the ... Read More
Thanks for the advice. The dealer at the Nissan lot said the same thing about getting used to the pod quickly. His wife drives one and they like the van very much. I would not lease for one year I would do a two to three year lease and then get the redesigned panel but who knows what the redesign will look like? I may not even like it. I have ... Read More
"Why be concerned with when stowaway seating was first introduced? I know Honda has offered it in their Odyssey since 1999. I know that Mazda has had it for several years in their MPV as well as Nissan in their Quest. For that matter, I'm certain that some form of stowaway seating was available in domestic station wagons as far back as the 50's" Rorr-- I'm aware of the rumble seating ... Read More
AFAIK, virtually every new model minivan on the market has some form of stowable seating for the 3rd row. Some manufacturer's offer split 3rd row stowable seating; some offer 3rd row seating which can essentially be rotated to face the tailgate (seating for tailgate parties). The ease of use varies somewhat between the manufacturers. At this time, I think only the DC minivans and Nissan offer any form of stowable 2nd ... Read More
I found the repair here. I am an ex Datsun Mechanic [the days of the 210 & 240z] but was getting annoyed by the problem. My wife loves our 1999 Quest with around 44000 miles but she hated the pedal sticking. The repair took 10 minutes at most and I had to replace one of the small spring fit clips with a worm type hose clamp. My problem started at around ... Read More
Dave, I would love to have the instructions on how to "fix" the gas pedal sticking problem that happens about every 8,000 (our car) miles as you shared. The dealer wants 110.00 to fix it! The first time it happened it was covered under warranty. The 2nd time it happened it was just out of warranty and they wanted to charge me. I told them if they did, it would be ... Read More
We just purchased an 05 SL from Team Nissan in MAnchester, NH for use at work in New Hampshire. We move computer equipment around to customers and while not heavy, it's bulky and somewhat fragile. We compared the mid-level trim of the Quest, Honda and Toyota. There are some differences and similarities, none show-stoppers for us. The Quest's claim as the most roomy is justified on several fronts. We ... Read More
I have 69k miles on 1999 Quest GXE. All regular maintenance were done on time. Planning on a trip to MI and IL this Christmas holidays. Is it time for me to replace the timing belt before the trip? A reliable mechanic who works out of his home has quoted me $450 including all belts, water pump, seals, antifreeze etc. He has a lot of local satisfied customers as reference. Also ... Read More
My 1999 Nissan Quest SE (88K miles) start having a problem recently: very high (~2000) RPM when in parking or in neutral. When I turn AC on RPM goes down to 1,300-1,500. Turning AC off - jumps back to 2,000. Putting in Drive makes RPM go down to 1,000. Couple days ago the Check Engine light came up. Did anyone had similar problem? All suggestions will be appreciated. Thanks, Vadim
So Steve: What made you pick the 1999 Nissan Quest as your vehicle?
Our '95 Quest was bought new about the time our 3rd child was born. Here's the car's problem history, mostly resolved, which I offer in case somebody might find it interesting. Our driving history has been a combination of lots of very short urban trips (school, etc.) with heavily loaded long trips (it has reached Fairbanks and Tuscon). We are now at about 97,500 miles. Our first big problem came at ... Read More
Hey, guys I have nissan quest 1999 83K GXE and recently when I turned to right or left I could hear click-click-click sound. This morning, I went to the shop and guy said CD or CDT(?) joint was worned and I need to replace with ~$200 for one part. Eventually, I need to replace two parts. Is it big problem? I'm sorry but I forgot its exact name. Thanks
I WAS OFFERED TO BUY A 1999 NISSAN QUEST TODAY AND OF COARSE I KNOW NOTHING ABOUT THE NISSAN QUEST OTHER THAN IT LOOKS GREAT AND DID DRIVE GREAT. I HOPE THAT YOU CAN HELP ME DECIDE IF THIS IS THE VAN FOR ME. PLEASE EMAIL ME AND TELL ME ALL YOU CAN ( PRO/CON ) OF THE 1999 NISSAN QUEST. THANK YOU IN ADVANCE. MY E-MAIL IS DUNN680@COMCAST.NET ANGELWEEZY
I got fed up waiting for some action on Nissan's part on this problem for our 1999 Quest. My wife got tired of the randomly sticking accelerator. (Definitely a safety problem.) Anyway, here's what I did successfully to clean the throttle body -- Buy a can of spray throttle body cleaner, one safe for oxygen sensors and fuel injection. Do this with the engine cold. Use a screwdriver to loosen the ... Read More
I don't know if anybody notice this but the all-new 2004 Nissan Quest is the first European design and feel minivan ever developed in history since the Volkswagen Eurovan and Microbus. If anybody didn't notice this, Renault of France controls Nissan of Japan. Nissan of Japan does not control Renault of France. They both agree to be alliance in the two in 1999. Walter Chan
From Edmunds' Maintenance Guide, I found a couple (NHTSA) technical service bulletins regarding the a/c for a 99 Quest. Do these look similar to your problem? Component Description: 17. AIR CONDITIONER NHTSA Number: 629172 Bulletin Number: NTB02009 Bulletin Date: FEB 2002 Vehicle: 1999 Nissan Quest Summary: SOME VEHICLES MAY EXHIBIT FRONT AIR CONDITIONER OUTLETS BLOWING COLD AIR, BUT REAR A/C OUTLETS BLOWING WARM AIR. *TT Component Description: 18. AIR CONDITIONER ... Read More
Hi, guys. I have a Nissan quest 1999 ~65000 mile. Couple of days ago, I found rear air condition did not work, just air even front air condition is no problem. It's weird. Please help me. Thanks in advance.
In response to rboyd4, I have not had any problems with my 1999 Nissan Quest SE. Infact, it has been extremely dependable. I can tell you that I've never had to worry when my family & I were returning home late at night from a trip or had to make a sudden 500 mile trip. I've only had to do regular maintenance and change the brake pads & tires. By the ... Read More
Has anybody purchase any service manuals for a Nissan Quest 1999? I'm interested in getting one but dealers keep telling me I would have to go through Nissan. Around 300 bucks for a CD through Nissan?? Ouch! I have been unable to find a cheap one from Haynes, so I'm stuck with a bad solenoid on the passenger side door lock and a sticky window motor on the driver side. Thanks ... Read More
I have a 1999 Quest SE with 66K km on it and the Premium Radio display has gone blank. Since Nissan Canada stopped selling Quests a couple of years ago, they claim there are no spare parts. Is the Villager radio/cd/tape unit the same? I saw mentioned a problem with cold solder joints - any suggestions where to look?
It is my understanding - and please, someone correct me if I'm wrong - that the 1999 Quest/Villagers suffered from many minor electrical glitches. This was the first year of the longer/wider Nissan/Mercury twins. I've seen several examples of blown fuses, melted tail light housings and power window/lock problems. The 2000 and 2001 models don't seem to suffer from these maladies. Of course, pre-1999 models will likely develop exhaust manifold problems ... Read More
Okay, we have a 99 Quest and, I kid you not, we have just had the brakes replaced for I believe it is the tenth time - yes 10th time - in just over two years. We have almost 60K miles on the van but we are only averaging 4,000-6,000 miles out of each set of brakes. We have had several cases opened with Nissan Consumer Affairs. The latest "solution" was ... Read More
To faruqim & Gasguzz: Well I have heard that more air in the tires will improve the mpg? Have either of you noticed an improvement with the 40 psi? Although, I think it might also make for a firmer ride. Yes/no? I actually keep my rear tires a pound or two lower (33/34 psi) to soften the ride a little. I rotate them every 5k to prevent abnormal wear. To everyone- ... Read More
I purchased a GXE brand new in 8/99. Immediately I had grinding brakes and was told "Maximas and Quests just do that due to their weight. It's noise.." and they told me it did NOT affect functionality, only the noise. (Great PR for them, me driving it with no plates yet and grinding brakes.) In October, they finally relented and agreed to use us as a guinea pig and try a ... Read More
I am interested in buying a 1999 Nissan Quest SE, but have heard mixed reviews on their reliability and many problems that some owners have had. I would like to hear from current/past owners, their opinions on the cars and whether they would buy another? Your help in this matter is greatly appreciated Thanks
Does anyone know of a center console that can be added to a Quest that's not a TV/VCR console, especially one with a trash container? I have just joined the ranks of Quest owners, having just purchased a wedgewood blue 1999 GLE with 21,000 miles for $12,600. Before buying it, I read through the messages posted here (all 600 of them!) so I know some of the things to watch out ... Read More
I have 1999 Nissan Quest GXE. It has little over 20000 miles. My accelerator gets stuck sometimes at 0 miles speed. It never happened when I am moving. This does not happen always. Does any body have the similar problem?
I love my Quest. It is my third one. It just irks me that I have to take my wife's keys because Nissan cheaped out on installing a lock cylinder on the passanger side of the car. My 1997 Quest had a lock cylinder in both the passenger door and the rear sliding door. My 1999 has a lock cylinder in the passenger door only. That was OK because if you ... Read More
I just bought my 3rd Nissan Quest. I went out to dinner and tried to open the passenger door with the key. Low and behold no lock cylinder on the passenger side. Anybody know if this is a brilliant engineering decision? My 1999 had a key cylinder on both front doors. Do they expect me to always use the remote key door opener? Any body notice this with their new 2001 ... Read More
I just bought my 3rd Nissan Quest. I went out to dinner and tried to open the passenger door with the key. Low and behold no lock cylinder on the passenger side. Anybody know if this is a brilliant engineering decision? My 1999 had a key cylinder on both front doors. Do they expect me to always use the remote key door opener? Any body noptice this with their new Quest? ... Read More
I get about 16-17 in heavy city driving and 21-24 on highway at 70-75 MPH. The difference between driving 70 instaed of 50 is about 20% (so sayeth Consumers Guide).
mdeng, thank you for your advise, I called Nissan Consumer Affairs and I am still waiting for a reply. I will be sending and email to BBB Auto Line. I was conacted by Todd G. Finneran an Attorney at Law from Columbus, Ohio. He says he represents some consumers in a lemon law arbitration case against Nissan concerning excess vibration in their 1999 Nissan Quest. Does any one have any info ... Read More
Anybody having this problem? My Quest 1999 makes a squeaking sound only when I go over a bump at a very slow speed. Took it to the local dealer, and they wanted to change some front-end parts. Waiting for the dealer to confirm the parts from the Nissan parts warehouse. Hopefully the squeaking will be gone. Just came from a trip to Vegas. Roundtrip about 3k, Quest drove nicely without any ... Read More
Why you are getting grief is that most of 1999 Quest owners have no shaking -- Mine is as solid as a rock, so is my friends. We have tried to simulate what you are going through on a variety of roads -- no soap! I still bet that one of your tires or rims on the BACK are your culprit. Nissan usually does a good job on their customer relations ... Read More
I think your shaking 1999 GXE has a wheel imbalance problem. Replace the wheel that is out of round and your problem will go away. If you bent the rim to cause the imbalance, then the problem is yours, not Nissan. My local Nissan dealer has NEVER heard of a shaking middle seat problem. Are you sure that your vehicle was not in an accident? Buyers remorse can get to any ... Read More
In my experience, the turn signal gives me the following problem: lets say the road bends a little to the left, so when I get close to the intersection the turn signal just will not be turned on. My feeling is that others here complained about the same. I had Nissan sedan "made in Japan" a few years ago and it was virtually flawless car "(except for the radio/tape that went ... Read More
When we first bought our Ques GLE 1999, my wife loved it. Now she hates it and dreams of the day we can get rid of it. The number of problems mounts up, and if for a last few months I had to visit dealership every month, now the visits became weekly. The problems are not addressed if they cannot be reproduced, or often claimed to be "present on all Quests ... Read More
we are debating between a 1999 grand caravan SE, and a 2000 Nissan Quest SE. Any suggestions
I just bought a 1999 SE with convenience package, 6-Disc CD changer and splash guards for $23,230 including all fees but tax. The invoice is $23,335 (plus $400 what dealer called "marketing accessment fee") and the dealer's holdback is $650. The news paper ads for this Quest SE is 21,999, you know how they ran the ads. According to the sales, the 2000 Quest will come to the market in 6 ... Read More
I have a nissan quest 1999 se.It has 8000 miles, I am very happy with my purchase. However, sometimes I notice that when I drive trough a hole or a rough road a weird sound like something is loose can be herd in the rear. I thouht it was the spare tire loose but it is really tight. I do not have the rear shelf in my van and the rear ... Read More
I purchased a 1999 Nisan Quest SE. I left the lot at night and the next morning I noticed that there were runs in the paint (Black over Silver two tone). I took it to the dealer and they waxed it showing that there were runs in the entire body of the vehicle, most likely from the factory under the clearcoat. I am now in a fight with both the dealership ... Read More