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1990 Nissan Axxess Overview
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Questions

Lorenzoburke
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Fuel Pump Problems?

Are there any cross-overs for this in the tank fuel pumps in other models?

129 views with 1 answer (last answer 2 years ago)
bugger
25

Headlight Problem

Sometimes when my lights are set on low beam, both of them work and then for no reason, one light goes out and my high beam indicator light comes on even when the lights are still set on low beam. I h...

1,935 views with 5 answers (last answer 6 years ago)
bugger
25

Where Is The Idle Adjust Screw

852 views with 1 answer (last answer 7 years ago)
datsann
25

Where Is The Transmission Fluid Reservoir?

Where is the transmission fluid reservoir??

452 views with 1 answer (last answer 7 years ago)
nakore
45

Where Is The Main Fuse On A 1990 Nissan Axxess?

Where is the main fuse on a 1990 Axxess. I have headlights, power windows, it runs.No radio, no fans (heat, cool, or radiator), no signals, tails, no brake lights, no flashers, no dome.

44 views with 1 answer (last answer about a year ago)

About the Nissan Axxess

The Axxess, introduced as a 1990 model, was Nissan's first foray into the U.S. minivan market. It was a super-mini van, somewhere in between a station wagon and a minivan.

The Axxess offered many innovative features, like dual sliding doors. Despite its small size, it offered plenty of passenger and cargo space.

Though the Axxess has a handful of loyal owners, it may have been a car before its time. Somehow, a station wagon/minivan crossover appealed to very few people at the time, and the Axxess was only offered for one year in the U.S. before being discontinued due to slow sales. Nissan's next minivan, the Quest, would not show up for three more years.