How do you change the serpentine belt on a 1999 Nissan Quest GXE?
How do you change the serpentine idler pulley serpentine tensioner and serpentine belt on a 1999 Nissan ALtima?
we put off the replacement of the timing belt on our 1999 Quest at the recommended 90K miles. It broke at about 100K and ruined the engine....I replaced the engine because I liked the vehicle so much, but the guy did a poor job and I continue to have trouble with it. Replace that belt if you like your Quest!
Where can you get an online diagram and part number for replacing the drivers side power window switch in a 1999 Nissan Quest?
http://www.courtesyparts.com/ that link is to a Nissan site where you can select your car (year and model) and then go through their diagram driven catalog. the switches are typically listed under "door trim" and is also called a "finisher" (as in, the finishing piece) specifically for the 1999 quest: http://www.courtesyparts.com/betasite/quest-v41-1998-2002/genuine-nissan-parts/bodyside-rear/809-front-door-trimming/-c-5063_5064_5191_5201.html
In order to remove the dash face plate on a 1999 Nissan Quest, you need to put on the parking brake, shift into a lower, open the ash tray, and remove it. Next, you will need a Phillips screwdriver to take out the screws on the back of the radio, release all the trigger mechanisms attached to the stereo, and then use the screwdriver to remove the mounting bracket.
On my 1999 Nissan Quest, it is located under the car (front passenger side), just above where the oil filter screws in. It has an electrical connector on one end, and it screws into the car on the other end. After removing the electrical connector, just unscrew the oil sending unit. I heard there is a special 1-1/16" socket that makes the job easier. I am not sure as I have not tried to replace…