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We have a 1995 Nissan Quest, runs good going down the street until you have to start and stop a lot, then it will die in drive, will not move in drive but will move in reverse

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Sound like transmission torque converter clutch solenoid if you having transmission problems could have internal transmission problems.

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you need to find the fuel pressure release around the fuel rail press the little tab when the car dies. If there is no fuel coming out from that point, your fuel pump is going.

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Have your engine mounts checked. I was experiencing the same type if things, and it turned out all 5 were cracked! (I also have the 1995).

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SOURCE: 2004 Nissan Quest began shaking while driving then

SOUND LIKE FUEL PUMP.SCAN IT TO MAKE SURE.IT ALSO COULD BE FUEL PUMP RELAY OR FUSE.

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Gave my 1995 Nissan Quest a major tune up it ran good until the 3rd day now there is no spark. So my husband got a new ignition coil and still did not start, so he put on a new initer I think he called it...


Does the rotor turn? You may have a broken timing belt. Check the ignition fuse/relay? Could be a cam sensor. Could be a loose connection, or when the tune up was done they moved a wire and it was too close to the exhaust and burned. So many possibilities, start with the basics.

Dec 04, 2013 | 1995 Nissan Quest

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1995 nissan quest


could have faulty transmission torque converter clutch solenoid or internal transmission mechanical failure.

Nov 28, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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Car dies after a short time of running. I took it into an autozone and they tested the battery and the alternator. the said the alternator is fine but the battery needs to be replaced. The car started up...


Sounds like the battery. If its not holding power it will cause the car to die. The alternator will charge the battery and keep power to the vehicle, but the battery is also apart of the process.

Replace the battery and check the battery cables for corrosion. At autozone or wherever you go to get a new battery get some terminal grease/protector for your battery. Its like .99 for a packet and will help keep your connections to the battery from corrosion.

Oct 11, 2011 | 1995 Nissan Quest

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The car is stumbling and hesitating While the engine hot is


Take it to a mechanic and have the cooling system checked, could be a bad coolant sensor.

Feb 10, 2010 | 1995 Nissan Quest

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1995 nisan quest stalls


Well the first thing that you must check is see if the battery is charging ,if the alternator is charging the battery enough,with a multimeter,if there is not enough power in the battery ,the starter will be hard to turn the engine for starting,hope that clear your mind and help you

Nov 10, 2009 | 1995 Nissan Quest

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'95 nissan quest stalled at a stop. Will not start, only cranks


I worked on a '93 Quest last year. Couldn't find out why it wouldn't start. It was the distributor shaft not held onto its rotating gear. The roll pin had come out of the gear on the end of the distributor shaft. When the distributor cap was off, the rotor was turning with the shaft while the engine was cranking. So I thought that was okay. But when I put my finger on the rotor and it stopped turning, that is when I found out the problem. It's a stretch, but maybe the techs missed it. Take the cap off, and if you can spin the rotor either way just by hand, the distributor gear has come loose.

Looks like they really covered a lot. I suppose next they will you to replace the ecu. Good luck.

Oct 21, 2009 | 1995 Nissan Quest

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How do you set the timing on a Nissan Quest 1995??


with engine nice and warm,move distributor till it sounds right then drive it and if it pinks ****** it a fraction till it stops pinking,job done

Dec 31, 2008 | 1995 Nissan Quest

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TRY cleaning your throttle plate. these get some carbon buildup and will restrict airflow at idle and can cause the computer to try and compensate for it

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