This is a helpless feeling. Yup the redesigned relays which no longer look like the old but the relay is in there which are not labeled because they are internal and not serviceable I believe. Something is not calibrated to the fuel gauge, I don't get a reasonable reading of how much fuel I have and I want to top off once. It was burned and had actually melted the top of the fuel tank where the connectors were. Yup - crappy tire, princess auto or whatever will sell inexpensive ones. The second time the gauge said the Quest still had enough gas for another 60 miles.
The unit contains a float that is mounted to a variable resistor. I figured how to access the link. Nissan is just playing their legal card as this failure is not life threatening. I see oil all over my rims in back! Sometimes it will start again but more than often it will take several tries before it will respond. Can you tell me about your experience? In the middle of traffic it was scary.
My service engine light went on, and was checked by my mechanic. The current mileage is 39,400 miles. Before it registered full, I did this two other times and the same thing occurred, in addition I would drive approximately 60miles and the fuel gauge would show that I used approximately 4-5gal of gas? I expressed how upset I was that this sensor failed why I was driving at a high speed on the highway! It happened more than once. It is a very dangerous situation. Everyone of these trucks have had there own problems caused by faulty parts from Nissan! No one can figure out the issue? I picked up car, and it only went 3 miles and did same thing. The vehicle was again towed and this time the problem has been diagnosed as a malfunction with fuel pump.
He took it to the dealership and called Nissan, who inform him that the dealer would fix it, but Nissan called back refusing to cover the cost of the repair. Problem data is gathered from and is based solely on reports received from vehicle owners. It began to leak and smoke. The fuse was a 15 amp fuse, but the wires and the connectors looked small for that kind of current draw. Vehicle was towed to the dealership and the computer was replaced. I have an idea but i would need to test it to be sure. The mechanic says it is the timing belt, but we don't know if we should try to fix or get a new engine.
Crud around the unit that prevents it from moving freely? You need to to do a fuel pump reset every time you do a fuel filter replacement this will give you better fuel economy and help save you money in future parts ie Injectors, and fuel cost's. Safety and crash data from and. The fuel pump and gas tank are scheduled to be replaced and pieces of metal were found in the gas tank. I currently track my mileage to determine my fuel level. Filled tank, gauge shows empty, and check engine light came on. Where is the Fuel Pump Relay? I am waiting to either the state inspection is due or there will be an actual recall for our year.
It doesn't sound like a sticking float to me, if it was correctly reading near empty then incorrectly read half full. They did something, I forget, but said it fixed but might be Timing??? Anyone else having this problem? The engine released some blue smoke and had to be repaired, and many other parts have been changed, including: cylinder head gasket, oil pump, distribution chain, crankshaft and camshaft sensors, water pump, damper, battery, alternator, ignition coil and engine holders. Right now it is at our third mechanic, as the first one said it was an electric problem but it wasn't, another one made us buy some parts that did not fix the problem and then wanted us to change the computer, which is really expensive and it is not under warranty and now we are with another Nissan specialist someone recommended us that thinks the problem is in the cylinder head. My question is this, Does there have to be several fatality's before Nissan steps up and fix's there parts that seem to be made by a 3 year old? Took to 3 more mechanics. I was told to change the fuel pump, but at the same time read on the Internet that, in most of the cases, this problem has to do with the crankshaft's and camshaft's sensor.
He is in charge of the site's , which notifies subscribers about recalls, investigations, lawsuits, and other news about their specific vehicle for free. Here is another complaint concerning the fuel sensor for my 2005 Nissan Frontier. Overall, a poor vehicle that can bleed you dry while safety is significantly compromised. I first took it to a couple of a mechanics that did not agree on the problem, and then finally to the Nissan specialist who by only hearing the noise could identify the problem: the catalytic converter was clogged. Thanks and good for you, we still have our car stopped.
Welcome to our Channel, we hope this video is of some help in repairs. This was the ninth time that the vehicle has been in the shop for various problems, transmission, fuel pump, and axle. . He removed it, and problem gone. What else could it be also I believe from all the trying to start it the starter went bad.