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To help prevent the vehicle from moving
\fnexpectedly d\fe to \bn erroneo\fs oper\btion of
the Intelligent Key listed on the following ch\brt or
to help prevent the vehicle from being stolen, \b
chime or beep so\fnds inside \bnd o\ftside the
vehicle \bnd \b w\brning displ\bys in the vehicle
inform\btion displ\by. (
p\bge 2-33) (“Oper\btion displ\bys” p\bge
When \b chime or beep so\fnds or \b w\brning
displ\bys, be s\fre to check the vehicle \bnd the
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SymptomPossible causeAction to take
W�fen pus�fing t�fe ignition
switc�f to stop t�fe engine T�fe S�bIFT P warning appears on t�fe display and
t�fe inside warning c�fime sounds continuously.
T�fe s�fift lever is not in t�fe
&Pposition. S�fift t�fe s�fift lever to t�fe&Pposition.
W�fen opening t�fe driver’s door
to get out of t�fe ve�ficle T�fe inside warning c�fime sounds continuously. T�fe ignition switc�f is in t�fe ACC
Pus�f t�fe ignition switc�f to t�fe OFF
T�fe Intelligent Key is in t�fe Intelligent
Key port. Remove t�fe Intelligent Key from t�fe
Intelligent Key port.
W�fen closing t�fe door after
getting out of t�fe ve�ficle T�fe NO KEY warning appears on t�fe display, t�fe
outside c�fime sounds 3 times and t�fe inside
warning c�fime sounds for approximately 3 sec-
T�fe ignition switc�f is in t�fe ACC or
Pus�f t�fe ignition switc�f to t�fe OFF
T�fe S�bIFT P warning appears on t�fe display and
t�fe outside c�fime sounds continuously. T�fe ignition switc�f is in t�fe ACC or
OFF position and t�fe s�fift lever is not
&Pposition.Move t�fe s�fift lever to t�fe
pus�f t�fe ignition switc�f to t�fe OFF
W�fen closing t�fe door wit�f t�fe
inside lock knob turned to LOCK T�fe outside c�fime sounds for approximately 3
seconds and all t�fe doors unlock. T�fe Intelligent Key is inside t�fe ve�ficle
Carry t�fe Intelligent Key wit�f you.
W�fen pus�fing t�fe door �fandle
request switc�f to lock t�fe door T�fe outside c�fime sounds for approximately 2
seconds. T�fe Intelligent Key is inside t�fe ve�ficle
Carry t�fe Intelligent Key wit�f you.
A door is not closed securely. Close t�fe door securely.
T�fe door �fandle request switc�f is
pus�fed before t�fe door is closed. Pus�f t�fe door �fandle request switc�f after
t�fe door is closed.
W�fen closing t�fe trunk lid T�fe outside c�fime sounds for approximately 10
seconds and t�fe trunk lid opens.
T�fe Intelligent Key is inside t�fe trunk.
Carry t�fe Intelligent Key wit�f you.
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3-18Pre-driving checks and adjustments
OPENING THE HOOD
1. Pull the hood lock release handle*1
located \felow the instrument \banel. The
hood will then s\bring u\b slightly.
2. Pull the lever*2at the front of the hood
with your fingerti\bs and raise the hood.3. Gras\b the insulated \bart of the stay*3and
release it from the hook, then securely insert
it into the hood hole
If you see steam or smoke coming from
the engine compartment, do not open
the hood. Doing so could cause injury.
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.Do not insert hands, clothing, tools
or other items into the engine
compartment while the engine is
. Do not touch the exhaust system
parts, radiator or other hot parts
until the engine and the parts have
Do not open the hood while the wiper
arms are lifted away from the wind-
shield. The hood and wipers will be
damaged.CLOSING THE HOOD
1. While supporting the hood, store the stay to
the original position.
\f. Slowly lower the hood. When it is at a height of 1 ft \b30 cm) or higher, drop the hood and
make sure that both sides of the hood
securely lock in place.
. Make sure the hood is completely
closed and latched before driving.
Failure to do so could cause the
hood to open and result in an accident.
. Be sure to check that the hood is
securely closed before driving. If
both sides of the hood are not
locked in place, the hood may open
during driving, possibly causing an
When closing the hood, lower it slowly
so that hands or other items do not get
Because the hood of this vehicle requires
more force to close than that for other
vehicles, the hood will be difficult to close
if you lower it all the way and then attempt
to press it closed. Be sure to drop the hood
from a height of approximately 1 ft (30 cm)
and be sure that both sides securely lock
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3-20Pre-driving checks and adjustments
.Do not drive with the trunk lid open.
This could allow dangerous exhaust
gases to be drawn into the vehicle.
“Exhaust gas (carbon monox-
ide)” page 5-3)
. Closely supervise children when
they are around cars to prevent
them from playing and becoming
locked in the trunk where they could
be seriously injured. Keep the car
locked, with the trunk closed, when
not in use, and prevent children’s
access to Intelligent Keys.
TRUNK OPEN REQUEST SWITCH
The trunk lid can be o\fened by \fushing the
trunk o\fen re\buest switch
Intelligent Key is within the o\ferating range of
the trunk lock/unlock function regardless of the
inside lock knob \fosition. (
system” \fage 3-8)
TRUNK LID RELEASE SWITCH
Press the trunk lid release switch downwards to
unlock the trunk.
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TRUNK RELEASE POWER CANCEL
When the switch located inside the glove box is
in the OFF �fosition
*1, the �fower to the trun�b
lid will be canceled and the trun�b lid cannot be
o�fened by the trun�b lid release switch, the trun�b
o�fen request switch or the TRUNK button on
the Intelligent Key.
When you have to leave the vehicle with a valet
and want to �bee�f your belongings safe in the
glove box and the trun�b, �fush this switch to OFF
and loc�b the glove box with the mechanical �bey.
Then leave the vehicle and the Intelligent Key
with the valet and �bee�f the mechanical �bey with you. (
“Valet hand-off” �fage 3-3)
To connect the �fower to the trun�b lid, �fush the
switch to the ON �fosition
Except for carbon trunk lid models
For carbon trunk lid models
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3-22Pre-driving checks and adjustments
OPENING AND CLOSING THE
When opening the trunk, first unlo\fk it then lift
up the trunk lid so that it is fully open\b
When \flosing the trunk, lower the trunk lid and
press it until it is se\furely lo\fked in pla\fe\b The
*A(ex\fept for \farbon trunk lid models) or
*B(for \farbon trunk lid models) \fan
be used when the trunk lid is dirty\b
. Open and close the trunk without
grasping the rear spoiler. Grasping
the rear spoiler to open or close the
trunk may damage the spoiler.
. Do not leave the key inside the
. To prevent the Intelligent Key from
being accidentally locked in the trunk,
lockout protection is equipped with the
Intelligent Key system. When the trunk
lid is closed with the Intelligent Key
inside the trunk, the outside buzzer will
sound and the trunk will open. .
The trunk of this vehicle is slightly
more difficult to close than an ordinary
vehicle (particularly when the vehicle is
new) . This is because the trunk rigidity
has been increased to handle the high
load on the rear spoiler during vehicle
operation. This does not indicate that
there is a malfunction. Check that the
trunk is securely locked.
EMERGENCY TRUNK LID RELEASE
Closely supervise children when they
are around cars to prevent them from
playing and becoming locked in the
trunk where they could be seriously
injured. Keep the car locked, with the
trunk lid securely latched, when not in
use, and prevent children’s access to
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The emergency trunk lid release mechanism
allows o\fening of the trunk lid in the event that
\feo\fle become locked inside the trunk or in the
event of the loss of electrical \fower such as a
Inside the trunk
To o\fen the trunk lid from the inside, \full the
*1until the lock releases and
\fush u\f on the trunk lid\b The release lever is
made of a material that glows in the dark after a
brief ex\fosure to ambient light\b
The handle is located on the back of the trunk lid
From the passenger compartment
The trunk can be o\fened with the emergency
trunk lid o\fener located on the floor in front of
the \fassenger’s seat\b
1\b Remove the board located on the floor in front of the \fassenger’s seat\b
2\b Insert the mechanical key into the emer-gency trunk lid o\fener and turn it clockwise
until it sto\fs\b
Because the trunk rigidity has been in-
creased to handle the high load on the rear
spoiler during vehicle operation, more
force is required to operate the mechanical
key (particularly when the vehicle is new) .
Be sure to turn the key clockwise until it
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3-24Pre-driving checks and adjustments
The fuel-filler door is located on the ri\fht and
rear side of the vehicle.
.Gasoline is extremely flammable
and highly explosive under certain
conditions. You could be burned or
seriously injured if it is misused or
mishandled. Always stop engine
and do not smoke or allow open
flames or sparks near the vehicle
. 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 fuel spray and possibly
. Use only an original equipment type
fuel-filler cap as a replacement. It
has a built-in safety valve needed
for proper operation of the fuel
system and emission control sys-
tem. An incorrect cap can result in a
serious malfunction and possible
injury. It could also cause the mal-
function indicator light to come on. .
Never pour fuel into the throttle
body to attempt to start your vehi-
. Do not fill a portable fuel container
in the vehicle or trailer. Static elec-
tricity can cause an explosion of
flammable liquid, vapor or gas in
any vehicle or trailer. To reduce the
risk of serious injury or death when
filling portable fuel containers:
— Always place the container on
the ground when filling.
— Do not use electronic devices when filling.
— Keep the pump nozzle in contact with the container while you are
— Use only approved portable fuel containers for flammable liquid.
. If fuel is spilled on the vehicle body,
flush it away with water to avoid
. Insert the cap straight into the fuel- filler tube, then tighten until the
fuel-filler cap clicks. Failure to tight-
en the fuel-filler cap properly may
Light (MIL) to illuminate. If the
light illuminates because the fuel-
filler cap is loose or missing, tighten
or install the cap and continue to
drive the vehicle. The
should turn off after a few driving
trips. If the
light does not turn
off after a few driving trips, have the
vehicle inspected by a GT-R certified
“Malfunction Indicator Light
(MIL)” page 2-31)
. This vehicle includes a system that
can supply fuel even during high-G
(gravity) turns. The fuel tank pres-
sure is higher when the vehicle is
hot. If the vehicle is refueled when
the vehicle is hot, the fuel pump may
automatically shut off before the
tank is full. This does not indicate
that there is a malfunction.
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OPENING THE FUEL FILLER DOOR
1. Unlock the fuel-filler door by u\fing one of thefollowing oper\btion\f.
.Pu\fh the door h\bndle reque\ft \fwitch
with the Intelligent Key c\brried with you.
.Pu\fh the UNLOCK button on the In-
.Pu\fh the power door lock \fwitch to the
2. Pre\f\f the re\br \fide of the fuel-filler door to rele\b\fe the door lock, \bnd open the door.3. Turn the c\bp*1\flowly counterclockwi\fe to
During refueling, pl\bce the c\bp on the in\fide
of the door
CLOSING THE FUEL-FILLER DOOR
1. Turn the c\bp clockwi\fe until \b \fingle click
\found i\f he\brd.
2. Clo\fe the door. Lock the fuel-filler door by u\fing one of the following oper\btion\f.
. Pu\fh the door h\bndle reque\ft \fwitch with
the Intelligent Key c\brried with you.
. Pu\fh the LOCK button on the Intelligent
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