The Nissan Quest is a van that is produced by the car manufacturer Nissan since 1993. The first generations of the Quest created by a joint venture with Ford Motor Company, which marketed its own version as Mercury Villager. In 2003 ended the joint production with Ford. Succeeding brought Ford Mercury Monterey on the market, whereas Nissan manufactures the Quest since 2004 independently.

The current generation of the Quest was introduced Auto Show 2010 at the Los Angeles. The production takes place in the Japanese Shonan plant of the car manufacturer Nissan Shatai. There also built on the same platform sister model Nissan Elgrand comes off the line. As engine known from the previous 3.5-liter V6, which was, however, revised and now has a power output of 194 kW (264 hp) delivers to the front wheels is used. The Quest was designed by a few centimeters wider than the certain for the Asian market Elgrand. The sale of the Quest began in North America in the spring of 2011.

The following schematic illustrates the 2012 Nissan Quest Automatic Drive Positioner System Wiring Diagram

Nissan Quest Automatic Drive Positioner Wiring Diagram

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