Question about Nissan Quest
As long as the battery was load tested, and it passed, then look for a defective starter or related wiring. There is a lot of aluminum in these new motors. If there is corrosion between the starter and the motor or loose or even over-heated wiring. These things can and will cause a no start. The cables to the battery, the starter, and the ground cable to the engine are very important. If there are visual sign of the wiring over-heating or fraying, the damage is done and it needs to be repaired. You may want to remove the starter and bench test it or have your local part store test it for you. This will help narrow your search. A bad battery, bad/loose wiring, or bad starter are the most common reasons for a starter failure with you symptoms.
Posted on May 14, 2010
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