Last post on Oct 23, 2006 at 2:24 AM
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Nissan Quest, Electrical, Engine, Van
#1366 of 2128 Re: 2005 S - Hot air from foot vent [njdude101]
Jul 08, 2005 (9:08 am)
Yesterday I went to dealer and Tech told me that this is normal with Quest. When you have fan set up at only at Face and for out side air mode then it will blow hot air from Floor Went. I told him if thats case then Nissan probably needs to change design, it should not blow hot air inside the Van. Later he took me to another brand new 2005 Quest and it had same thing blowing hot air from dirverside floor vent.
#1367 of 2128 Re: Joining the herd - 2004SL [cgriswold]
Jul 08, 2005 (7:45 pm)
I think if you search this forum, you'll find answers to your questions, but....
1) Yes, I use it for this and it works fine.
2) According to an e-mail I have from Nissan, they are going to start a mailing campaign to inform owners of this warranty change.
3) Have SE....
4) Have a cousin that did this to his Sienna
5) With the SE, not many accessories we need....
2004 Quest SE
Jul 08, 2005 (7:54 pm)
We have an 05 SL and the A/C works extremely well. But may I suggest RTFM? There is a Max A/C mode on the dial that automatically closes the exterior vent and turns up the fan speed. It cools down the van quickly.
We had a hot weekend with 99 degree temps and it worked great.
#1369 of 2128 Re: Just took a long road trip [plashenick]
Jul 08, 2005 (7:56 pm)
We just got back from FL as well, our first trip in the van. 12 hour drive from VA to FL. Agree with your A/C statement, same here. DVD worked great. We got 23.8 MPG with cruise. No rattles or squeeks. We got the luggage, toys, and two strollers for 3 adults and 3 children into the van without blocking the rear window. Amazed at how easy the van held 1 week worth of stuff. 1 large, 1 medium suitcase, 2 back packs, 1 small suitcase/back pack, 1 soft sided cooler with drinks, 1 umbrella stroller, 1 small stroller, 6 pillows.
Interesting how the AC, when on auto, would automatically choose recirculate mode until interior cooled off. Did noticed that the 5 speed auto didn't like traffic jams moving around 20mph, sometimes had a rough shift while trying to decide the gear. Seems it wants to go faster, ha. Front seats very comfortable. Back seats very comfortable with fore and aft adjustments allowed lots of stretching room.
No complaints from anyone, we still love our Quest!
#1370 of 2128 Re: Nissan Quest 2004+ Problems [spivey1869]My 04 Quest is Junk. Help!!!
Jul 08, 2005 (10:15 pm)
#1371 of 2128 My 04 Quest is Junk...Help.
Jul 08, 2005 (10:19 pm)
I bought my 04 Quest 18 months ago, and it had given me nonstop problems-squeaks, doors don't open, replaced radio, airbag, seat warmer, engine brackets, broken cupholder, sun visor, plus all the recalls. Now I am have emission problems. Any suggestions?
#1372 of 2128 Re: Brakes/Steering Wheel Vibrations - Final Update (hopefully) [chuck0731]
Jul 08, 2005 (11:08 pm)
Glad to hear things have worked out for you. I sounds like you have a good service department to work with. Hope your next update is a good one.
#1373 of 2128 Re: New tires, steering wheel vibration [dtownfb]
Jul 08, 2005 (11:13 pm)
On our way back from San Diego today the vibrations seemed to be getting worse. I will take it in this week to have it checked. I feel the vibrations in the seat as well as the steering wheel. I even think the vibrations can be felt in the 3rd row. I don't feel vibrations when braking like others have commented.
#1374 of 2128 Re: Rattles/Vibrations [bad1550]
Jul 10, 2005 (9:04 pm)
I have had the same dashboard chirping noise problem with my 1999 Quest for years now. It is intermittent, and like going to the doctor, the symptoms disappear just before I take them to the dealership each time. It is very annoying and I have come close to selling it for this sole reason! Well - this and the sticking accelerator! If you find out the cause and cure for the chirping/vibration noise, please let me know!