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1 enters the 1st place value, 2 enters the second place value, 3 enters the 3rd place value, 4 enters the 4th place value. press the buttons as required to enter your code. if you enter it wrong and it locks up, you will have to leave the ignition and the radio on for 1 hour.
PO420 right exhaust converter failed PO430 left exhaust converter failed You can Google any codes you get & study/learn whatever The converter should last closer to 15 years ,so I suspect the motor hasn't run well for some parts of it's lifetime Too much fuel & cylinder misfires ruin converters This is a growing problem as people just never work on vehicles any more until they break down. The new technology of the last 30 years won't compensate for that,in fact they require a lot of checking over at least 3 times a year.
Nissan quest has a huge proble. I searched with google and many others to fidn this same problem. The over drive can cause the torque to slowly break the cheap motor mounts. If you replaced it yourself you know how cheap and weak they look. There are mroe expensive brands with lifetime warranties in which they last a good 4-5 years even with a lead foot aka my wife slamming on the gas everywhere lol. So look to a more expensive motor mount with a lifetime warranty. When someoen guarantees it for life they build it not to break :) sorry for spelling errors im on a tablet. Im havign a bundle of trouble with my quest, the vcr built in stopped working, blower motor went out replace fsu and blower switch in dash and next up is blower motor. Have fun nissan quest are great vahicles, cheap parts but a hell of a time diagnosing the problem. Good thing is its about 50 bux for a life time warranty front motor mount. A way to help stabilize it i did when racing is put a heavy duty chain around the bracket as well, wont hurt a thing and will save the life of your motor mount. Sounds rigged but works like a charm. I had to change a motor mount on my mustang form racing 1 time a month untill I put the chain on there with the new one.
Yes a 1993 Chrysler / dodge / plymouth with Antilock brake system has lifetime warrenty on said system. It is a bad design and dangerous. Mine stopped working and it took extreme pressure on brake pedal plus emergency brakes to get it stopped.
The solution I usually recommend is to try a 'lifetime' warranteed alternator from a major automotive retail outlet. Higher quality parts are put into such a unit vs. the 1 year warranteed alternators.
This is just a general rule I go by.
If you already have a lifetime warranteed alternator, I would try a different brand or company.
Where did you buy this alternator? And how much was the unit?
Generally, I would look to spend over $100 for a good alternator with higher quality parts in it.
If the problem persists, one might want to go to an alternator/starter shop or auto electric specialty shop to determine what is causing the alternator to go bad so often.
However, I suspect that it's just bad parts from the get go.
I would try autozone or CAP, they seem to have quality parts, and if they dont you could always go back to the dealership and ask them if they can help you out, do you have a warrenty? If so they have to replace them.
I once took off the factory radio from my s10 99 chev blazer... to install an MP3 player... Then I sold the Mp3 player and had to reinstall the factory radio back on my blazer... It asked me for a code... and I didn't know where to find it... So I entered the year of my truck "1999" and it unlocked it. Try entering the Year of the model! It should work.