Question about Nissan Quest
I suspect an air leak at the manifold or maybe even a burnt out valve, i would do a compression check to start with and go from there, if the compression is ok then look for air leaks around manifold or prehaps vacuum hoses including booster hose.
I hope this helps you,
Posted on Jul 30, 2008
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