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check to see if water is circulating if not thermostat or water pumpmay to be replaced or the radiator may to be flushed out also are you seeing steam coming out of the tail pipe this could mean a blown head gasket also check your hoses to see if any have collapsed on the inside i have seen this happened. If not you may need to have your timing checked
BEST THING TO DO IS PRESSURE TEST THE RAD. THIS WILL PRODUCE THE LEAK YOU HAVE IF SMOKE IS COMING FROM ENGINE IF SMOKE IS COMING FROM TAIL PIPE. GO TO PARTS STORE BUY A HEAD TEST KIT VERY EASY TO DO. LETS MAKE SURE NO HEAD DAMAGE WAS DONE AT TIME OF ACCIDENT.
Thanks for the email back. The nissan quest tail lights werenot operating, but the break lights were working. This was ultimately caused by a blown fuse. The fuse was blown by loose trailer lighting wires dragging on the ground, thus shorting. Problem fixed.