Question about 2014 Nissan Quest
2014 Nissan quest isn't running right. Idle is fine but spits & sputters when the accelerator is pushed. Also, the temp says hot even though its been off for hours. The symptoms came on over the course of a short errand relatively quickly.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Not sure to be honest as to what the cause could be ,i would suspect a coil pack problem or even the ignition module if it has one but i think it may be built into the ECU ,although you havent stated if this is a diesel engined vehicle so having more information would help a great deal
Posted on Oct 28, 2011
I believe there can be a problem with the ignition coil or maybe the fuel injectors or lastly the catalytic converter I have the same problem with my 2004 Nissan car so my mechanic change all of these parts
Posted on Jan 16, 2012
SOURCE: My 1997 Nissan Quest Van when I start it it's okay, but when I accelerate the gas it starts to sputter. These miniture backfires go on but when I release the gas pedal the sputtering stops. I am n
the first thing I would start with is looking for vaccume leaks. be sure to check your EGR valve, then move to your MAP sensor. The next thing that it could be is a stopped up catylic converter
Posted on Apr 29, 2012
SOURCE: I have a 1997 nissan quest xe and it runs pretty good in the morning when the motor is cold, but as soon as it warms up it starts to spit and sputter and sounds like it is fixing to die. We have chang
When your engine is cold it runs in open loop, and bypasses the oxygen sensor. When warm it goes into closed loop, with the oxygen sensor controlling the fuel mixture. Replace the sensor.
Posted on Aug 04, 2012
Have the fuel pressure tested to see if your pump is still performing at optimum. The test takes about 20 minutes, and will confirm if the pump and pressure regulator are doing their job.
Posted on Nov 19, 2012
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