2011-2017 Nissan Quest Battery Replacement DIY
Learn how to replace the battery on Nissan Quest. These steps will help you remove old and install a new battery on a Quest. Applicable to model years 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017.
To change the battery on 2011-2017 Nissan Quest you will need a few basic tools such as a 10mm wrench and terminal cleaning brush.
- Nissan Quest does not start
- Battery dead and does not hold a charge
- Quest engine cranks very slow
- Nissan has no power or lights
What you will need
Remove key from ignition
Before you get started replacing the car battery on your Nissan Quest remove the key from the ignition. Nissan can be sensitive to voltage drops and keep the key in the ignition can cause electrical problems.
Pull the hood release under the dashboard on driver's side. Next, release the hood latch at the front of your Quest
Locate the battery on the driver side in the engine bay.
Disconnect Negative Terminal
Disconnect the negative battery terminal on your Nissan.
Disconnect Positive Terminal
Next, disconnect the positive battery terminal.
Remove Battery Bracket
Remove the bracket that holds the battery in place.
Clean battery terminals of your Nissan Quest using a terminal brush. This will ensure that you don't have any conductivity issue in the future.
Connect new battery
Reconnect battery terminals. First, connect the positive battery cable on your Nissan Quest. Lastly, connect the negative terminals. Use fiber washers to prevent corrosion of the battery terminals.
Start your Nissan Quest
Now it is time to start the car. Follow the instructions found in your owner's manual to synchronize windows, sunroof, seats and reset any radio preset stations.
We hope that you found this DIY guide on how to change a battery on Nissan Quest helpful. If you have any tips that may help Nissan Quest owners, please use the comments section below.🔺