2001 Nissan Quest 6 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 152260 miles
My power seat adjustment, seat heater, windows and power locks stopped working. I thought it was a fuse, but I checked the fuse for the seat heater and it was fine. I can't find a fuse map that will show me which fuses control the other items, but since the seat heater fuse looked fine, I thougt it might be one of the fusible links, but I don't know how to check these.
To better assist you is your model just the GLE, GXE or SE? Also I know it is a 6cyl, can you give me the engine size in liter please.
May, 26, 2009 AT 8:51 PM
My car is a GLE with a 3.3 liter engine.
May, 27, 2009 AT 4:08 PM
Thanks for the info
Before I did too deep into the wiring, is this the fuse you checked? It is located in the engine compartment, the Battery Junction Box.
Since this is a fuse and hard to see, please use an ohm meter to check to make sure.
May, 27, 2009 AT 5:52 PM
This worked great. I replaced the fuse and everything worked. I did not previously know the location of the fuses in the engine compartment.
Thank you for the help.
May, 27, 2009 AT 9:22 PM
Fantastic! Glad we could help.
Give us a call if you need something else.
May, 27, 2009 AT 9:25 PM
Hey, one other thing.A safety thing. Looks like you may have a recall on your seat belt buckle. The dealer may fix this for free. Please contact the dealer service department, give them the VIN number of your car and have them check on this to see if it applies to you.
I have attached it below.
00V338002: SEAT BELT BUCKLE ATTACHMENT INSPECTION
NHTSA RECALL BULLETIN
Reference Number(s): 00V338002
Related Ref Number(s): 00V338002
Model(s): 2001 Nissan Quest
Campaign No: 00V338002
Mfg. Campaign No: B0091
Number of Affected Vehicles: 130
Ending Date of Manufacture: 2000 OCT
DESCRIPTION OF DEFECT
These vehicles may have the plastic trim cover around the base of the front seat safety belt buckle trapped between the shoulder of the restraint anchorage bolt and the seat pedestal. This could eventually allow the seat belt buckle bolt to loosen.
CONSEQUENCE OF DEFECT
In the event of a crash, the occupant seated in that location may not be adequately restrained, increasing the risk of personal injury.
Dealers will inspect the seat belt buckle assembly attachment. Some belt buckle assemblies may require replacement.
Owner notification began November 27, 2000. Owners who take their vehicles to an authorized dealer on an agreed upon service date and do not receive the free remedy within a reasonable time should contact Nissan at 1-800-647-7261. Also contact the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's Auto Safety Hotline at 1-888-dash-2-dot (1-888-327-4236).
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration operates Monday through Friday from 8: 00 AM to 4: 00 PM, Eastern Time. For more information call (800) 424-9393 or (202) 366-0123. For the hearing impaired, call (800) 424-9153.