Question about 1997 Nissan Quest
I would first remove the fuse for the antilock brakes from the underhood fuse box. 20 amp yellow fuse.
That will stop the ABS pump from working. If it still does it, then it is not the ABS. And, I don't think it is. ABS keeps the brakes from locking up.
Also, does it really lock up all wheels or just one or two? I would gues just one.
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Posted on May 11, 2009
Check the following:
1. Visual inspections of brake system (pads, calipers, disc, hydraulic line, electric wire) and suspension components show no obvious signs of locking. Still want to look closer at hydraulic lines for signs of crimping or obstruction in return lines. Failing that, what else could cause a single, front wheel lock sufficient to scallop the tire? Where can we look in the vehicle to confirm cause of the lock we observed from the tire? Is it possible that wheel locked and then "unlocked" at some point, so that there is (now) no physical sign of why it locked
2. ABS light is "on" on dash, get it scanned by Nissan that will give the correct result.
Let me know the status ....
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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