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Replacing the timing belt on a 2000 Nissan Quest/ Instructions Needed

Was given a 2000 Nissan Quest being diagnosed as having a broken timing belt, would replacing the timing belt solve the problem and how do I do that?

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Charles,your engine is a interference one,and you may have damaged it or ruined it,here's a link on replacing the belt. Damage to the valves and/or pistons may resulted from belt breakage.

Posted on Nov 22, 2013

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SOURCE: 1998 Nissan Pathfinder timing belt replacment

go to autozone.com - they have online repair guides for most vehicles and I must say they are great.

Posted on Feb 09, 2009

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SOURCE: Will you provide belt diagram for 1996 nissan quest?

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SOURCE: Does the nissan quest 1999 timing belt needs to be

The Quest has a non interference engine meaning that should the belt break the engine would just die without breaking anything. Nissan recommends 105K for changing but that depends on the way the vehicle was driven (driving habits), road conditions etc. If driving on roads for e.g. that are hilly, it labors the engine more thus shortens the lifespan of the belt according to mfg.

Posted on Mar 18, 2010

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