NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G Roadside Assistance Guide

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G Roadside Assistance Guide Front approach angle
17°
Rear departure angle 26°
4-3.2 Towing Guidelines
NISSAN strongly recommends that LEAF be towed with the driving (front) wheels off the ground or that the
vehicle be placed o

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G Roadside Assistance Guide NOTE:
If
the vehicle cannot be placed in Neutral, a P (Park) release procedure may be required. Refer
to 4–2 P (Park) Position Release Procedure.
4-3.3

Use of Vehicle Equipped Hooks for Recovery Op

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G Roadside Assistance Guide 6. Place the selector lever in the N (Neutral) position.
NO TE:
If the vehicle cannot be placed in Neutral, a P (Park) release procedure may be
required. Refer to 4–2 P (Park) Position Release Proce

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G Roadside Assistance Guide Rear Tie Down Hook:
• Do not use the rear tie down hook for towing or vehicle
recovery.
• The rear tie down hook is designed for use as illustrated.
4-4 Storing The Vehicle
If LEAF needs to be sto

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G Roadside Assistance Guide 3. To lift the vehicle, securely hold the jack lever and rod with both hands as shown. Carefully raise
the vehicle until the tire clears the ground. Remove the wheel nuts, and then remove the tire.
4.

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G Roadside Assistance Guide 4-7 Repairing a Flat Tire with NISSAN Emergency Tire Puncture Repair Kit
LEAF
is equipped with a tire repair kit as standard equipment. It is intended to be used to temporarily repair
minor tire punct

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G Roadside Assistance Guide • To avoid the Emergency Tire Puncture Repair Kit from being damaged during storage or
use:
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Only use the Emergency Tire Puncture Repair Kit on the LEAF vehicle. Do not use it
on other vehicles.

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G Roadside Assistance Guide 4-7.2 Repairing the Tire
1. Open the lid of the air compressor and take out the
speed restriction sticker. Put the sticker in a location
where the driver can see it while driving. Do not obstruct the

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G Roadside Assistance Guide 5. Remove the protective cap (A) of the hose and screw
the hose securely onto the tire valve. Make sure that the
pressure release valve (B) is securely tightened. Make
sure that the air compressor swi

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G Roadside Assistance Guide 8. When the tire pressure is at the specified amount, turn the air compressor OFF. If the tire cannot
be inflated to the specified amount, the air compressor can be turned OFF at the minimum of 26
psi
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