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About Nissan Quest

The Nissan Quest is a minivan introduced by Nissan in 1993 to the U.S. market as a joint venture with Ford as a variation of the Mercury Villager. Therefore, Nissan Quest auto parts in the minivan's first two generations were created with elements of Ford's design philosophy. From 1993 to 2002, all Nissan Quests included free-wheeling, non-interference engines, meaning that that driver will start have braking and steering power in the event of total engine failure. Since 2004, Quest body parts were built on Nissan's FF-L platform, the same used by the Atima and Murano.
Speed Sensor - The Nissan Quest speed sensor keeps track of the movement or rotation of the wheels and the crankshaft to monitor your Quest's speed.
Ignition Coil - The Nissan Quest ignition coil serves to convert the battery's low voltage into thousands of volts, which are required to produce an electric spark in the spark plugs to ignite the fuel.