hardly worth mentioning
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
81,000 miles

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2007 Nissan Quest fuel system problems

fuel system problem

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2007 Nissan Quest Owner Comments

problem #2

Mar 032014


  • 75,000 miles


The car has been experiencing fuel gauge issues - very similar to PE14012 for the past 6 months where we could not rely on the gauge and started using the trip odometer whenever we filled up. Now - the vehicle doesn't want to accept gasoline and keeps shutting off at the pump. I seems like the problem is compounding now.

- Kensington, NH, USA

problem #1

Feb 222014

Quest 6-cyl

  • 87,000 miles
Going across the betsy ross bridge, from philadelphia to cherry hill, about 9pm to get gas as well as dinner. The engine lost power and then shot off when we were not quite half way over the bridge. There wasn't allot of traffic, so I was able to pull over onto the shoulder and put my hazard lights on. Tried to start the car but it wouldn't turn over. The gas gauge was at a 1/4 tank of gas. A port authority police office arrived within 10 minutes and pushed our van to the rest of the way over the bridge to get us out of the traffic as the shoulder is very narrow. Got to the bottom of the bridge and coasted to a side area where we could wait for help. Multiple attempts to start to the car failed. Help arrived about an hour later with gas can. Put about 2 gallons of gas into the car. Car started right up. We went the rest of the way right to a gas station. The van has a 20.1 gallon tank. Took almost 19 gallons at fill up. Which means we ran out of gas even though the gas gauge said otherwise. After filling up the tank, the fuel gauge was reading full. I found NHTSA recall bulletin #10V07400. The problem is an exact match for my problem. Specifically there is an issue with the fuel sender mis-reporting the gas level. Found various news reports that list and do not list the Nissan Quest as part of the recall.

- Philadelphia, PA, USA

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