Question about Nissan Quest
Smoking from where? Under the hood, the pressure exceeded the rating of the radiator cap and the coolant was blown into the recovery tank. It may have fillled the tank and sprayed coolant on the engine making it smoke under the hood. You may have blown a radiator or heater hose, again if the smoke was coming from under the hood. If it was coming out of the tail pipe, you may possibly have blown a head gasket.
Posted on Jun 28, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2002 Nissan Quest
it probably does need a tranny fluid change, but this wouldn't account for loss of power. The tranny is only reacting to the power provided by the engine. I'd think it's starting with power loss from the engine. The easiest and cheapest place to start is the fuel filter. It's probably getting plugged and restricting fuel flow when more power is required - as in going up a hill. The filter is about 8 to 12 dollars. The auto parts store can tell you where it's located.
Posted on Jul 07, 2008
SOURCE: 2000 Nissan Quest Smoke and Miss
The Motor is Burning oil. This is the cause of the White Smoke. The noise is Possibly a Lifter inside the Motor. The only way to get these to stop is to Rebuild that Motor at this Point.
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
You better not be driving your car overheating like that and shutting off on you! It sounds like you've most likely lost all your coolant due to a leak of some sort, and your engine is overheating. I would take the vehicle to a shop make sure you don't have some kind of major coolant leak. They'll also want to do a "block-check", which is a fluid that can detect combustion vapors in the coolant, that would indicate you've blown a head gasket due to overheating. It's very bad for an engine to run without coolant, even for 10 minutes. I'd have the vehicle towed in unless the shop is right around the corner. If you'd like to check your coolant level yourself, make sure the engine is cold or at least the vehicle has been off for an hour. Checking the overflow tank level may not be good enough. You'll have to remove the radiator cap and determine if you've got any coolant in the radiator. If not use either regular pre-mixed green coolant, or if you have non pre-mixed dilute it to a 50/50 ratio coolant and water. I wouldn't continue to drive your van with it acting up like it has until you can get it checked out.
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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