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I have exactly the same problem with my headlights and daytime running lights.
Just wondering how you managed to fix it ?
The daytime running lights come on sometimes and goes off some times? Also my dashboard high beams light says its "on" all the time when i turn my headlights on when clearly there not on. Any comments???
Just wondering "fitzgerald" how you manged to fix it?
For lots of great information on this problem.
My question is, does the timing belt have anything to do with the distributor turning, or does the dist. get ran by the camshaft or something else?
It seems to me that if the distributor wouldn't turn by turning over the motor, I would be able to turn the rotor really easy.
Any ideas? I know I'm gonna have to replace the distributor...
I have some experience (mechanical) of this van and I would like to share this with others. After a traffic jam ( about an one hour or so) the van hesistated to accelerate to a high speed and the next day SE (service engine) light was on and the "code reading(ODBCII)" showed to change the Oxygen sensor I did it, and changing O2 sensor did nothing for SE and this time reading is knock sensor. I did nothing van was running good for a month or so WITH SE LIGHT ON untill the starting problem showed up.
One day morning van starting in a sluggish mode the engine accelaration was not stable (up and down). Accelaration controlled by fuel supply and the throttle etc .I changed the fuel filter and the fuel presure ok now I left with TPS.
I check the TPS (throttle position snesor) when the throttle fully open 0.9 K ohm (should be .4 to .5 K) then fully closed 3.2k ohm( Ishould be 4k)I adust the fully closed to .5k and able to achive 3.2K closed . Next morning It was very difficult to start the van finally did start by warming up the engine with the electric outlet(block heater). Next day I readjust the TPS high (closed Throttle) almost 4K and the may be 1K for the fully open . Now the van starts smooth and runs good .
I have to change the TPS soon untill then I am running the van. It is better to check the TPS in the Mercury villager van although the reading gives other indications like knock sensor etc. by the way replacing the knock sensor is very expensive so before doing so check the TPS for any fault.
BTW I'm pretty sure the knock sensor was put where it is just to keep mechanics in business
Vehicle shake, hessitate and start with smoke
Go to Nissanhelp and under Knowledgebase find Service Manuals where you can download two manuals per day. The electrical manual is a most.
Thank you in advance for any and all help.
Regardless, No clicks i.e. starter, merely all the usual lights in the dash come on as though were I to turn the key fully to engage the starter, nothing... I have checked every fuse possible, both inside the cabin and under the hood. The reason I thought that it would have to do with the security, is because a friend of mine had a similar experience, but he had a Viper alarm system, which has a reset toggle/button under the dash and when he clicked/depressed the apparatus to reset the system, the vehicle started.
Hope this helps
It looks like it is held by a single screw, so it should be easy to remove - I have never done it.
Your problem may be a switch or a misaligned door.
I have a Nissan Quest 94 regularly maintained ...Battery is just 2 yrs old , shows 12 volts..
I came home yesterday (outside temp was 65 )...I put van in Park and Suddenly all the lights gone.
When i open the door , door lights didnt turn ON...Usually the seat belt comes off by itself once i open door. It didnt
So i tried to start Van..No sound No clicking nothing...Wht might be wrong..?? is there any kill switch or something...??
All I know was brake fluid had gone below min level and brake light was ON...
I drove like that for 6 miles...during that once ABS sign also lit up; just for 2 seconds. Then its gone. To be specific I happen to drive almost 4 miles after that ABS light disappeared...Thank god the van reached home But Now its not starting at ll..Wht could be the proble....?? pls help
Appreciate your tips...
After I ran it more than five miles when the engine was cold, it started hesitated, idle dropped, and died on signal light.
I had 3 mechanics to work on my vehicle, and replaced fuel pump, fuel gasket, spark plug, distributor cap and rotor. Also, the intake manifold was clean.
I met someone last week who worked on his 94 villager and recommended to replace the modual on the distributor.
I wish to have your opinion soon.
is there any advice i can get??