is it just me or do we really have to pay to get the full details of the TSB?

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  • #543

    mutoy
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    sorry, might be a silly question. when i click on the quest TSB it only gives me a list of defects/recalls and its summary. how do i get to read the details of it? when i click submit, it asks me to agree to pay? thanks

    #2945

    QuestDriver
    Keymaster

    I’m not sure what you are referring to – the links on this site are directly to the NHTSA, a federal govt agency.

    #2946

    mutoy
    Participant

    thanks for replying. indeed,the link gets me to the NHTSA. what i’m asking though is that when i read on the list of TSBs (e.g. 98 quest) i noted that i have 2 options. 1 is to read the summary and the other was to click on a box for a research request. (which i assume has the details to the TSB) then when i click on submit, it takes me to a page asking for personal information and in the end, asks me to agree to pay for any charges the request may incur.

    in short, how do i get to read the details of a particular TSB not only its summary. i am trying to learn more info about the fuel pump issues of the quest. thanks

    #2947

    QuestDriver
    Keymaster

    There are other sites that prove TSB download info. However, in general these do cost money – in fact NissanHelp used to offer it up free, but now requires subscription. Generally speaking, I use the NHTSA has a lead, then talk cordially with my service dept.

    #2950

    mutoy
    Participant

    finally got some details on 3 TSBs. the one about the BPT hose, fuel pump and key value brake pads. if anyone wants a copy, I can email..

    not much additional info… i just was surprised that they suggest to change the ECM if the fuel pump will be replaced. sounds like a real expensive advice!

    for the guys who replaced their fuel pumps, did you follow this bulletin?

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