Question about 1996 Nissan Quest
I have a 96 Nissan Quest that drives fine but after being drove for a while acts like it is put in neutral and loses power. When I pull over and set for a few minutes it drives normal again.
If it's more than 80K on the clock, it's possible it needs a new clutch, or there may be oil contamination of the clutch. If it is oil, you will need a new oilseal too. There is no point in just checking a clutch - as it needs gearbox removal, so replace it while it's off. New clutches are under £50 - so it's the labour that is the expensive bit.
Best to shop around.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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