Last post on Feb 13, 2011 at 7:23 PM
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Nissan Quest, Van
#17 of 20 Re: well here is what i have done... [msixkiller]
May 03, 2009 (7:03 pm)
finally got mine done....it was throttle postion sensor and mass air flow sensor in combination. i had just replace the MAF sensor last year and it was still under warrenty. saved me $160 bucks. took it in to have AC looked at (i live in vegas) and found out that it will cost me $1700. ouch. first real money i have put in the car in 9 years since purchasing. cant complain too much i guess. couple of other parts plus labor adds up pretty quick.
#18 of 20 No luck, so far
May 16, 2009 (10:28 am)
I've cleaned EGR valve, IAC valve, throttle chamber, MAF sensor, checked and cleaned distributor, checked voltages on throttle position sensor.
All those things have checked o.k. but the gremlin is still there. I am close to just giving up and let this van run its course.
Still no ECM warning light.
#19 of 20 Finally, I got mine done
May 18, 2009 (9:04 am)
Thanks to the Villager & Quest FAQ site (Google). Under subtopics look for "Low speed miss". Several people posted the same exact problem but somebody nailed it and posted the solution.
All I had to do was replace the ignition wires and problem solved. I had checked the resistance on each of those wires and they checked ok and looked fine to the naked eye, but somehow when they got hot it seems to be a different story. The van has been for service several times but I don't think anybody knows the intervals for changing the wires.
I'll be back from time to time and sooner if there are any changes.
#20 of 20 Over heated know Idle is all over the place
Feb 13, 2011 (7:23 pm)
I blew a by pass hose on my 2000 qwest and now my idle is everywhere. It almost feels like its missing. Any thoughts on this?