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yep,had one like that ,have to support the engine and trans with a bar and chains or whatever ,from the top and the subframe comes out from under.not too bad ,the steering rack bolts are the hardest thing,couple of motor mount bolts and the corner body to frame mounts
Nissan quest has a huge proble. I searched with google and many others to fidn this same problem. The over drive can cause the torque to slowly break the cheap motor mounts. If you replaced it yourself you know how cheap and weak they look. There are mroe expensive brands with lifetime warranties in which they last a good 4-5 years even with a lead foot aka my wife slamming on the gas everywhere lol. So look to a more expensive motor mount with a lifetime warranty. When someoen guarantees it for life they build it not to break :) sorry for spelling errors im on a tablet. Im havign a bundle of trouble with my quest, the vcr built in stopped working, blower motor went out replace fsu and blower switch in dash and next up is blower motor. Have fun nissan quest are great vahicles, cheap parts but a hell of a time diagnosing the problem. Good thing is its about 50 bux for a life time warranty front motor mount. A way to help stabilize it i did when racing is put a heavy duty chain around the bracket as well, wont hurt a thing and will save the life of your motor mount. Sounds rigged but works like a charm. I had to change a motor mount on my mustang form racing 1 time a month untill I put the chain on there with the new one.
I am betting that the vehicle was severely overheated when the water pump belt broke causing the loss of compression. If you pull the valve cover and the camshaft is moving than the timing chain is not the problem. It would be highly unlikely for a timing chain to slip and/or keep turning the cam if it did slip.
It is almost impossible to do the timing chain cover with the motor in the car. You will need to remove the sway bar mounts from the sub frame and the bracket that protects the fuel pressure regulator. You will than be able to get the motor low enough to remove the crank pulley.
this would mean the blower motor is not working either because the blower motor is bad or the blower motor resistor is bad if you lost any speeds before this happend then you most likly have to replace the resistor this is located under the dash passanger side and is mounted in the heater box behind the blower motor (follow the wires from the blower motor to find resistor
"The" motor mount implies one of the three (actually the rear on is a transmission mount).
Loosen the bolts on the mounts that you are keeping.
Next, place a 2x6 about 1 ft long under the oil pan and place a jack under the oil pan and 2x6 board.
Apply pressure (just a little) to the jack.
Now, remove the bolts that hold the bad motor mount. Apply enough lift on the jack to get the engine weight off the motor mount (and no more).
Next, knock out the bad mount and insert the new mount. Insert the bolts (hand tighten).
Next, lower the jack until the block rests on the new mount. Tighten the other motor mount bolts and the new mount bolts (torque to about 35 Ft. lbs.)