2005 Nissan Quest Consumer Review: Timing Chain

2005 Nissan Quest - Consumer Review

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Timing Chain
By willima wallace on


2005 Nissan Quest 3.5 SL 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 5A)


The experience I had driving this car was wonderful. Very comfortable smooth really nice, I know some mechanics so I change my brakes, driver side Windows switch, but the fun ended when I started to hear a noise coming from the engine. I was not worried because ever since I bought this car I have changed the oil and oil filter every month no matter the mileage, I did always use Mobil 1 synthetic oil. Well to make a long story short the timing chain broke, and it damaged the engine. I took it to the dealer and I was 2 months shy of my warranty expiring, but my mileage was 120,000 they told me I was out of warranty. They told me I needed a new engine total cost $6600 good luck with your quest.

Best Features

driving was fun, very spacious I'm a big guy with 4 kids, smooth to drive

Worst Features

The timing chain problem has to be fixed there is no way a car like that would end its life at 100,000 miles or 5 years. Is a rip off! I saw someone on the net try's to do a class action suit I will sign for that.
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