NISSAN GT-R 2013 R35 Owner's Guide

NISSAN GT-R 2013 R35 Owner's Guide GT-R 2013 R35 NISSAN NISSAN https://www.carmanualsonline.info/img/5/317/w960_317-0.png NISSAN GT-R 2013 R35 Owner's Guide

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NISSAN GT-R 2013 R35 Owners Guide GTR-24GT-R Overview
REFUELING PRECAUTIONS
WARNING
Do not attempt to top off the fuel tank
after the fuel pump nozzle shuts off
automatically. Continued refueling may
cause fuel overflow, resulting in

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NISSAN GT-R 2013 R35 Owners Guide 1588F (708C) , drive the vehicle until it reaches
normal operating temperature. If the temperature
is higher than 2308F (1108C), perform cool-
down driving procedure. (
“Cool down”
page GTR-13) Wh

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NISSAN GT-R 2013 R35 Owners Guide GTR-26GT-R Overview
For the first 3,000-6,000 miles (5,000-
10,000 km) of the vehicle’s service life,
and for the first 3,000-6,000 miles (5,000-
10,000 km) after a brake replacement, the
brake pad

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NISSAN GT-R 2013 R35 Owners Guide requirements of the GT-R, the sequential 6-
speed dual clutch transmission is unlike a
typical automatic transmission. You will likely
hear mechanical sounds from the transmis-
sion, particularly at s

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NISSAN GT-R 2013 R35 Owners Guide GTR-28GT-R Overview
The GT-R dual clutch transmission is a newly-
developed system that uses an electronically
controlled multiple-disc wet clutch attached to
the highly efficient manual transmission.

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NISSAN GT-R 2013 R35 Owners Guide TRANSMISSION OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
MechanismOperation characteristics
Base Manual transmission
.The GT-R transmission design is different from transmissions used in conventional passenger cars. Th

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NISSAN GT-R 2013 R35 Owners Guide GTR-30GT-R Overview
MechanismOperation characteristics
Electronically-controlled
All-wheel drive (AWD) If the vehicle accelerates from a stop with the steering wheel turned half a turn in cold tempera

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NISSAN GT-R 2013 R35 Owners Guide 0 Illustrated table of contents
Seats, seat belts and Supplemental Restraint
System (SRS) ........................................................................\
... 0-2Front .......................

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NISSAN GT-R 2013 R35 Owners Guide 0-2Illustrated table of contents
FRONT
1. Seat belt (Page 1-6)
2. Rear seat walk-in lever (P.1-5)
3. Roof-mounted curtain side-impact supplementalair bag system (P.1-31) 4. Supplemental front-impact a

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NISSAN GT-R 2013 R35 Owners Guide REAR
1. Rear seats— Child restraint installation (P.1-14)
2. Child restraint anchor points (for top tether strap child restraint) (P.1-14) 3. LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for CHildren)
system (P