The replacement car just has to be big enough to hold a harp. Replacement takes 2 hours or less Tools : Hex socket 10mm, 14mm extension for the hex socket. Here we are present day. Then on May 24 at 1 am it caught on fire. The first time I thought a child left an interior light on.
Nissan, please back up your crappy products and extend your warranties until you can start producing good quality cars and safe cars for your consumers. The interior also shows the Nissan designers' willingness to be different. I have a mechanical history and do all of my own preventative maintenance, I change oil, check fluids, and rotate tires every 5k. When driving the van just shuts off or slows to 5 mph no matter how much gas you give it. They told me I needed a sensor and it would be in the next day.
Lo-and-behold, it seems to have actually stopped the leak. The bracket attached to this mount is not included reuse or order from the dealer. Current issues: Rear mount is now broke again, strut mounts are bad again, both sliding doors are hard to open, driver door handle is completely broke, power steering return line is now leaking, rear suspension needs to be aligned, rear vent system don't get hot, cluster broke no gas no engine temp rear windshield blade missing, time for timing chain and tensioners to be replaced noisy on start up. My grandmother also has a Nissan. They came back telling me that is something with the transmission. The S trim standard equipment was reshuffled a bit for 2008; rear back-up sonar is now included in the Driver's Package instead of being standard. Driver's visor falls off and hangs blocking the driver's view of the road.
And of course Nissan isn't helping with anything!!! We are not responsible for any labor expenses, towing expenses, lodging expenses or rental car expenses that occur as the result of the installation of any wrong or defective parts. Original review: March 11, 2016 I bought a Nissan Quest last week from Nissan Jenkins Lakeland. Keep up the poor manufacturing and customer service! Now the latest is that if the car is not driven every day, the battery is dies. I would give a negative star count on both the Quest and Nissan Consumer Affairs if a negative star count was possible! Can someone tell me - how can I return this car? I phoned Nissan and was promptly called back. I plan to take it out of service this spring and do some pretty extensive preventive maintenance on the areas I haven't bothered with since buying it, drive it a couple more years, then probably give it away to a needy family.
Fortunately, I was able to find the spare key. The hatch only opens automatically when its 80 or less outside. I've spent so much on it it doesn't make sense anymore. They said it was cam sensors, we replaced both. I had it back for 10 days and now it's the dealer again. Also the motor mounts are needing replacement as well!!!! Cam sensors, motor mounts, interior electrical is entirely out. A five-speed automatic is standard across the board.
The dealership told me that they had never seen a power steering pump fail this soon, and they couldn't believe the part price either. It jerks really hard between gears. Lights won't work inside the car as well as the radio. I think this is something I can probably repair myself, maybe. Then randomly, radio will work and the interior lights. My slinging door doesn't open anymore, driving side. I will never buy a Nissan again, and want to trade it in! We currently own five vehicles; the Quest is used primarily for long, family trips, and is also used to haul my daughter's harp around.
I do all maintenance since I first got the van. We are now having issues with the power sliding door, which is no big deal to us. Ironically, the last time I needed to buy some I was at Walmart and the only thing I could find was the stuff that had stop-leak in it, which I normally stay far away from, but since this is our beater vehicle I went ahead and purchased it. We purchased the Quest used with 65k miles on it, it needed tires but other than that was in great condition. This Part Fits: Catalog: E Vehicle Body Engine Notes 2008 Nissan Quest Base Mini Passenger Van 4-Door 3. While I understand that I purchased a vehicle used and wear and tear is not the responsibility of the manufacturer, I think a vehicle in alignment that wears out tires every 20-25k miles and transmissions that only last 20k miles is unacceptable! Nissan you would have come out much better to replace the transmission. The current mileage is 97,000, and we are the original owners.
I then went back to Nissan Consumer Affairs to explain my case and found Nissan Consumer Affairs to be completely worthless! Reintroduced in 2004 as Nissan's sole entry in the minivan market, the Quest undergoes few changes for 2008. We currently have three Toyotas one of them is a '92 , and they are superior vehicles. I now see this as a safety issue as well. The left and right mount is not crimped as the front and back mount so it is a lot easier to be replaced. . Vehicle has 40,000 miles on it and we keep up with our regular maintenance and tire rotation as per manufacturer recommendations. I also have replaced at least 30 tires on this van in 4 years, even though I have had at least 10 alignments from the dealer and other alignment shops.
Doesn't include the handful of things that Avirex has paid for. The Quest I am embarrassed to drive. I also bought a 04 Ford the same year. I'm only giving this 3-4 stars because I really like the engine power and it's roomy. The first thing they told me when they called was I had too much oil in the van. I replaced the complete air conditioning system, starter, multiple sensors.