Nissan GT-R - 2015 Fuse Box Diagram

Nissan GT-R - 2015 Fuse Box Diagram

1.
Outside mirror control switch (P.3-28)
2.
Center dial*
3.
Audio system*
4.
Heater and air conditioner*
5.
Multi function display*
6.
Hazard warning flasher switch (P.6-2)
7.
Glove box (P.2-58)
8.
Fuse box cover (P.8-24)
9.
Power outlet (P.2-55)
10.
Rear window defroster switch (P.2-50)
11.
Front passenger air bag status light (P.1-41)
12.
CD/DVD slot*
13.
Trunk release power cancel switch (P.3-21)
*:
Refer to the separate Multi Function Display
Owner’s Manual.
Illustrated table of contents
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INSTRUMENT PANEL
1.
Fuse/fusible link holder (P.8-24)
2.
Battery (P.8-17)
3.
Engine oil filler cap (P.8-13)
4.
Engine oil dipstick (P.8-13)
5.
Brake fluid reservoir (P.8-15)
6.
Air cleaner (P.8-21)
7.
Power steering fluid reservoir (P.8-14)
8.
Radiator filler cap (P.8-10)
9.
Coolant reservoir cap (pressure type) (P.8-10)
10.
Coolant reservoir (P.8-10)
11.
Window washer fluid reservoir (P.8-16)
ITEMS
GT-R SPECIFIED FLUIDS
Engine oil
Mobil 1 (0W-40)*1
Transmission oil
Genuine NISSAN Transmission
Oil R35 Special
Differential oil
(front and rear)
Differential Oil R35 COMPE-
TITION type 2189E
Brake fluid
Genuine NISSAN Brake Fluid
R35 Special II*2
*1:
Mobil 1 (0W-40) (100% synthetic) is the factory
fill oil. The VR38 engine with its plasma-sprayed
bores was developed using this oil. NISSAN
cannot
ensure
proper
engine
operation
and
durability if other 0W-40 synthetic oil is used.
If Mobil 1 (0W-40) is not available, Mobil 1
(10W-40)
(100%
synthetic)
may
be
used;
however,
some
performance
loss
may
be
noticed.
*2:
Genuine NISSAN Brake Fluid R35 Special II is
the factory fill brake fluid. The Vehicle Dynamic
Control (VDC) unit and other related parts were
specially
designed
for
this
brake
fluid
and
NISSAN cannot ensure proper operation of the
vehicle if other brake fluid is used.
Illustrated table of contents
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ENGINE COMPARTMENT
2-4
Instruments and controls
1.
Outside mirror control switch (P.3-28)
2.
Center dial*
3.
Audio system*
4.
Heater and air conditioner*
5.
Multi function display*
6.
Hazard warning flasher switch (P.6-2)
7.
Glove box (P.2-58)
8.
Fuse box cover (P.8-24)
9.
Power outlet (P.2-55)
10.
Rear window defroster switch (P.2-50)
11.
Front passenger air bag status light (P.1-41)
12.
CD/DVD slot*
13.
Trunk release power cancel switch (P.3-21)
*:
Refer to the separate Multi Function Display
Owner’s Manual.
INSTRUMENT PANEL
CAUTION
.
The
outlet
and
plug
may
be
hot
during or immediately after use.
.
Do not use with accessories that
exceed a 12 volt, 120W (10A) power
draw. Do not use double adapters or
more than one electrical accessory.
.
This power outlet is not designed
for use with a cigarette lighter unit.
.
Before inserting or disconnecting a
plug, be sure the electrical acces-
sory being used is turned OFF.
.
When not in use, be sure to close
the
cap.
Do
not
allow
water
to
contact the outlet.
NOTICE
.
Use power outlet with the engine
running
to
avoid
discharging
the
vehicle battery.
.
Avoid using power outlet when the
air conditioner, headlights or rear
window defroster is on.
.
Push the plug in as far as it will go.
If good contact is not made, the plug
may overheat or the internal tem-
perature fuse may open.
Next to the steering wheel
Pull out the cap to use the outlet.
Replace the cap after use.
Instruments and controls
2-55
POWER OUTLETS
8-8
Maintenance and do-it-yourself
1.
Fuse/fusible link holder
2.
Battery
3.
Engine oil filler cap
4.
Engine oil dipstick
5.
Brake fluid reservoir
6.
Air cleaner
7.
Power steering fluid reservoir
8.
Radiator filler cap
9.
Coolant reservoir cap (pressure type)
10.
Coolant reservoir
11.
Window washer fluid reservoir
NOTICE
The coolant reservoir is equipped with a
pressure type cap, and the radiator is
equipped with a non-pressure type cap.
Do not switch the radiator filler cap and
the coolant reservoir cap. Doing so will
cause
substandard
cooling
perfor-
mance and overheating.
ENGINE COMPARTMENT CHECK
LOCATIONS
8-24
Maintenance and do-it-yourself
dry road, especially after washing the vehicle or
driving in rain. Contact a GT-R certified NISSAN
dealer if the noise and vibration continue.
Frequent hard braking may cause scorching of
the brake pads. This will require the brake pads
to be replaced, even if the wear limit has not
been reached. Have the brake pads and disc
rotors inspected at the regular vehicle inspec-
tions.
For
more
details,
contact
a
GT-R
certified
NISSAN dealer.
REPLACING THE BRAKE PADS
NISSAN generally recommends to replace all
four sets of brake pads and disc rotors at the
same time to maintain maximum brake perfor-
mance.
However, replacing only the brake pads may be
allowed in some cases (four wheels or only front
wheels depending on the conditions). A GT-R
certified technician must inspect the vehicle and
determine that only the brake pads need to be
replaced. In this case, replacing all brake pads
and disc rotors as a set is not necessary.
Note that the replacement of brake pads and the
disc rotors as a set on all four wheels should be
performed when a GT-R certified technician
determines that this is the correct repair.
If the inside of the disc rotors are cold during the
winter and the surface becomes hot due to a
heavy force being applied repeatedly to the
brakes, cracks may occur near the coolant hole
on the surface of the disc rotor. Cracks may also
occur due to a heavy force being repeatedly
applied to the brakes during high performance
driving. In these cases it may be necessary to
replace the disc rotors or brake pads depending
on the condition of the crack. Contact a GT-R
certified NISSAN dealer for replacement.
ENGINE COMPARTMENT
CAUTION
Never use a fuse of a higher or lower
amperage rating than that specified on
the fuse box cover. This could damage
the electrical system or cause a fire.
If any electrical equipment does not operate,
check for an open fuse.
1.
Be sure the ignition switch is pushed to the
OFF or LOCK position and the headlight
switch is turned to OFF.
FUSES
2.
Open
the
engine
hood
and
remove
the
cover on the battery and the fuse/fusible link
holder.
3.
Remove the fuse/fusible link holder cover.
4.
Remove the fuse with the fuse puller that is
located in the engine compartment fuse box.
5.
If the fuse is open
*
A
, replace it with a new
fuses
*
B
. Spare fuses are stored in the
passenger compartment fuse box.
6.
If a new fuse also opens, have the electrical
system checked and repaired by a GT-R
certified NISSAN dealer.
Fusible links
If any electrical equipment does not operate and
fuses are in good condition, check the fusible
links. If any of these fusible links are melted,
replace only with genuine NISSAN parts.
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT
CAUTION
Never use a fuse of a higher or lower
amperage rating than that specified on
the fuse box cover. This could damage
the electrical system or cause a fire.
If any electrical equipment does not operate,
check for an open fuse.
1.
Be sure the ignition switch is pushed to the
OFF or LOCK position and the headlight
switch is turned to OFF.
Maintenance and do-it-yourself
8-25
8-26
Maintenance and do-it-yourself
2.
Open the fuse box lid.
3.
Remove the fuse with the fuse puller
*
A
.
4.
If the fuse is open, replace it with a new fuse.
5.
If a new fuse also opens, have the electrical
system checked and repaired by a GT-R
certified NISSAN dealer.
Extended storage fuse switch
To reduce battery drain, the extended storage
fuse switch comes from the factory switched off.
Prior to delivery of your vehicle, the switch is
pushed in (switched on) and should always
remain on.
If any electrical equipment does not operate,
remove the extended storage fuse switch and
check for an open fuse.
NOTE:
If the extended storage fuse switch mal-
functions, or if the fuse is open, it is not
necessary to replace the switch. In this
case, remove the extended storage fuse
switch and replace it with a new fuse of the
same rating.
How to remove the extended storage fuse
switch:
1.
To remove the extended storage fuse switch,
be sure the ignition switch is in the OFF or
LOCK position.
2.
Be sure the headlight switch is in the OFF
position.
3.
Remove the fuse box cover.
4.
Pinch the locking tabs
*
1
found on each
side of the extended storage fuse switch.
5.
Pull
the
extended
storage
fuse
switch
straight out from the fuse box
*
2
.
WARNING
Be
careful
that
batteries
and
other
removed
components
are
not
swal-
lowed by children.
NOTICE
There is the possibility that the key may
be damaged when the battery is re-
placed.
It
is
recommended
that
you
have the battery replaced by a GT-R
certified NISSAN dealer.
Recommended battery: Lithium battery CR2032
or an equivalent.
1.
Disengage the lock on the reverse side of
the
Intelligent
Key
while
pulling
out
the
mechanical key.
2.
Insert
a
flat-bladed
screwdriver
*
1
wrapped with a cloth into the slit
*
2
and
twist it to separate the case into the upper
and lower parts.
NOTICE
Because there is the risk of scratching
the key, wrap a cloth or similar item
around the screwdriver when separat-
ing
the
parts.
If
the
screwdriver
is
inserted too far into the key, it may
damage the internal circuit board.
Maintenance and do-it-yourself
8-27
INTELLIGENT KEY BATTERY
REPLACEMENT