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hardly worth mentioning
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 1
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
49,086 miles

About These NHTSA Complaints:

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2004 Nissan Quest brakes problems

brakes problem

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2004 Nissan Quest Owner Comments

problem #2

Feb 102008

Quest 6-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 97,273 miles


Between the dates of Feb 10-17, 2008; my 2004 Nissan Quest minivan began to experience some electrical issues. The tcs, slip, and ABS lights came on in the dash and a humming noise was coming from my engine. I took my vehicle to the dealership (were I purchased it from), and as I pulled into the lot the lights went off (Feb 28). The service rep. Told me the information should be stored in my van's computer system. I paid $97.40 for the dealership to hook my car up for a diagnostic check only to be told that ABS system pump and module assembly needed to be replaced at a cost of $1790. The service rep also told me that what ever was causing the humming noise would be repaired. Only a temporary fix, because on my way back home the noise started again. He also told me that my brakes were functional but my ABS unit did not affect my normal brakes. Until I could have the repairs done, and with no other means of transportation, I continued to drive my van. I called back to the dealership and ask if there was anyway for them to disconnect the ABS system because it was continuing to drain my battery. And I was told no, the only way was to have the repairs done. On March 8, I part my van and three hours later I returned to my van and it would not start. So it had to have my car jump started and ever since then have had to remove the terminals from the battery when I am not using the van. On Feb 14, several other issue came about: 1. speedometer stopped working 2. odometer stopped working 3. air conditioner stopped working so once I pulled over, I attempted to start my vehicle and it would continously start and stop. So I made the decision to leave the van where it was parked. Two days later I returned to find out that the van had actually caught on fire the on Saturday Feb. 15. so what am I to do.........? updated

- Mount Hermon, LA, USA

problem #1

Oct 012004

Quest 6-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 900 miles
The consumer owns a 2004 Nissan Quest. Vehicle intermittently stalled and hesitated. The consumer took the car to the repair shop numerous times for this problem. The dealer replaced the fuel pump once, and the ABS sensor was also replaced, no one knew what was happening with the car. The car has been towed to the dealer again for the same issues. The consumer has not called the manufacturer. The consumer wanted to get rid of the car.

- Monroe, NY, USA

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