Bystry switching from situation "D" to lower transfer. Nissan Almera (from 1995 to 1999 release)
Service of Nissan Almera from 1995 to 2000 in N15 body
1. General information
2. General requirements to car repairs
3. Operation and maintenance of the car
3.1. Passport data of the car
3.2. Points of rise and towage of the car
3.3. Kontrolnoizmeritelny devices
3.4. Alarm and control lamps, sound signaling devices
3.5. Governing bodies
3.6. Door locks
3.7. Luggage carrier lock
3.8. Cover and stopper of the fuel tank
3.9. Front seats
3.10. Folding of back seats
3.11. Head restraints
3.12. The hatch in a roof
3.13. Seat belts
3.14. Plafond of illumination of salon and lamp of individual lighting
3.15. Illumination of a luggage carrier or luggage compartment
3.16. Running in of the new car
3.17. Launch of the engine
3.18. Use of the automatic transmission
3.18.1. Bystry switching from situation "D" to lower transfer
3.18.2. The switch of the raising transfer
3.18.3. The movement of the car with the automatic transmission
3.19. Check of level of oil in the engine
3.20. Replacement of oil in the engine
3.21. Replacement of an oil filter
3.22. Check of level of cooling liquid
3.23. Check of level of oil in the mechanical transmission
3.24. Check of level of oil in a case of the automatic transmission
3.25. Check of level of liquid in a tank of the hydraulic booster of steering
3.26. Check of level of liquid in tanks of hydraulic actuators of brakes and couplings
3.27. Check of level of liquid in tanks of windscreen washer and a cleaner of headlights
3.28. Replacement of lamps
3.29. Wheels and tires
4. Petrol engines
5. Diesel engines
6. Transmission
7. Running gear
8. Steering
9. Brake system
10. Electric equipment
11. Body
12. Appendices
13. Schemes of electric equipment
 









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3.18.1. Bystry switching from situation "D" to lower transfer

When performing overtaking or for rise uphill press against the stop a pedal of management of fuel supply. It will lead to switching to lower second or first transfer, depending on the speed of the movement of the car.


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3.18. Use of the automatic transmission
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3.18.2. The switch of the raising transfer