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2012 NISSAN Altima - Warning and Indicator Lights

Warning and Indicator Lights The warning and indicator lights on your vehicle will help you stay aware of many systems and their operation. Use your Owner's Manual to familiarize yourself with all warning and indicator lights. You'll then be prepared to act swiftly when the need arises.


 


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2012 NISSAN Altima - Seat Adjustments
Seat Adjustments If your new vehicle is equipped with power adjustable seats, here's how to operate them. To make the seat slide forward or backward, look for this switch on the outer edge of the seat. Slide it forward or backward and the seat will move in that direction. To make the seat recline, move this RECLINE switch backward until you achieve the desired position. To bring it back upright, move the switch forward and lean forward. The seatback will return to the more upright position. If so equipped, the switch you use to move the seat forward and back can also be used as a seat lifter, adjusting the angle and height of the seat cushion. Move the front or rear end of the switch up or down to adjust the angle of the cushion. Then push down, or pull up on the middle of the switch to adjust the height. The lumbar support feature, if so equipped, provides lower back support to the driver. If your driver's seat is equipped with power lumbar support, push the front or back end of this switch to adjust the seat's lumbar area. If your vehicle is equipped with manual front seat adjustments, reach down and find this lever under the front seat. Pull up on it while you slide the seat forward or backward to a desired position. Release the lever to lock the seat in that position. To recline the front seatbacks manually, locate this lever on the outside of the seat base. Pull up, and lean back. To bring the seat back upright, pull the lever and lean forward. If your vehicle is equipped with a manual seat lifter; your seat height can be adjusted using this lever, located on the outside of the seat base. Pull up or push down on the lever to adjust the height of the seat. Release the lever when a comfortable position is achieved. If your driver's seat is equipped with manual lumbar support, you can adjust it by moving this lever up and down.





2012 NISSAN Altima - Trunk Functions
Trunk Functions The TRUNK RELEASE switch is located on the left side of the instrument panel. To open the trunk, push the switch down. The trunk can also be opened by pressing this button on the Intelligent Key. When closing the trunk lid, be sure to push it down securely. As a security feature, your vehicle is equipped with a TRUNK RELEASE CANCEL Switch. You'll find it here, inside the glove box. When you have to leave a key with a parking valet, you can remove the Mechanical key, which is concealed inside your Intelligent Key and keep it with you to protect your belongings. To remove the Mechanical key, release the LOCK knob on the back of your Intelligent Key and pull the key out. Now, push the TRUNK RELEASE CANCEL switch inside the glove box to OFF. Next, using your Mechanical key, lock the glove box and the interior trunk access. Its lock can be found under this cover just above the passenger side rear seat. Then give the Intelligent Key to the valet and keep the Mechanical key with you. Your belongings in the trunk and glove box will now be secure while you are away from the vehicle. When the TRUNK RELEASE CANCEL switch is in the OFF position, the trunk cannot be opened with the Intelligent Key or the TRUNK RELEASE switch.





2013 NISSAN Altima Sedan - NISSAN Intelligent Key and Locking Functions
NISSAN Intelligent Key® and Locking Functions Without removing the Intelligent Key® from your pocket or purse, you can lock or unlock doors, open the trunk and start the engine. If so equipped, push this request switch on the door handle, to unlock a door. That door will now unlock. Press the button again within five seconds and all doors will unlock. To lock your vehicle, push any door handle's request switch once after all the doors have been closed. The trunk unlocks when you unlock all doors. To open the trunk, push this opener request switch, if so equipped, just above the license plate for more than one second. Lift the lid to open. These lock and unlock functions are operational when the Intelligent Key is within about 2 1⁄2 feet of the corresponding request switch. The Intelligent Key is also equipped with a remote system for operating door locks. It is possible to lock and unlock all doors and open the trunk, using your Intelligent Key from outside the vehicle, at a distance of up to 33 feet. To lock doors, press the LOCK button. Your hazard warning lights will flash twice, your horn will beep once, and you'll know that all doors are locked. To unlock the doors, press the UNLOCK button. The hazard warning lights will flash and the driver's door will unlock. Press again within five seconds to unlock all doors. All doors will automatically relock within one minute unless you push the ignition switch or any door is opened. If so equipped, holding the UNLOCK button for more than three seconds after all doors are unlocked will lower the automatic windows. Open the trunk remotely with your Intelligent Key, by pressing the TRUNK button for more than half a second. When closing, push the trunk down securely. The remote operation will not work when the ignition is in the ON position or when the trunk cancel switch is in the OFF position. If you are near your vehicle and feel threatened, press this PANIC ALARM button for more than half a second. The panic alarm will sound and the headlights will stay on for 25 seconds. To turn OFF the panic alarm, press any button on the Intelligent Key. Your Intelligent Key may also be equipped with a REMOTE ENGINE START button. The operating range for the remote start feature is within approximately 197 feet of the vehicle. To start the engine, first aim the Intelligent Key at the vehicle and press the LOCK button to lock all doors. Within 5 seconds, press and hold the REMOTE START button until the parking lights illuminate. If the vehicle is not within view, press and hold the button for about 2 seconds. See the "Remote Engine Start" chapter or refer to your Owner's Manual for more information regarding this feature. Your Intelligent Key can also be used to adjust the horn beep feature. Please refer to your Owner's Manual for complete information on adjusting this feature. You may also use your Mechanical Key, concealed inside your Intelligent Key, to lock or unlock the driver's door, or all doors, from outside the vehicle. Remove the Mechanical Key by releasing the LOCK knob on the back of the Intelligent Key and pulling the key out. To lock all doors, turn the key toward the front of the vehicle. To unlock a door, turn the key toward the rear of the vehicle one time. That door will unlock. To unlock all doors, turn the key to the neutral position, then turn toward the rear again within 5 seconds. If so equipped, turning the driver's door key toward the rear of the vehicle for more than one second, after the door has been unlocked, will lower the automatic windows. To close the windows turn the key toward the front of the vehicle, for more than one second after the door is locked. You can lock and unlock all doors by pushing one of the POWER DOOR LOCK switches, located on the driver's and front passenger's doors. When locking doors this way, be certain not to leave the key inside the vehicle. You can also lock and unlock a door using the INSIDE LOCK KNOB, found on the inside of each door. Please Note- To prevent accidentally locking your key inside the vehicle, the Intelligent Key has lockout protection. If you lock the vehicle with the Intelligent Key still inside, it will unlock all doors immediately and sound a warning chime, after you close the doors. Also, if you attempt to lock your vehicle with a POWER DOOR LOCK switch while any door is open, all doors will lock, then automatically unlock. The Intelligent Key contains sensitive electrical components. Please avoid these circumstances that could affect its operation: -Avoid dropping or striking it against another object. -Keep away from water. -Keep away from computers, cell phones, TVs and audio equipment with magnetic fields. -Avoid using a key chain that contains a magnet.





2013 NISSAN Altima Sedan - Headlights and Exterior Lights
Headlights and Exterior Lights To turn ON your front parking lights, tail lights, license plate light and instrument panel lights, turn the headlight switch to THIS position. To turn ON the front headlights, turn the switch to THIS position. All the other lights will stay ON. To turn ON your high beam headlights, push this lever forward. You'll see a blue indicator light illuminate. Pull it back toward you to select low beam. The blue light will turn off. To make your high beam headlights flash ON and OFF, pull the lever toward you and release it. To signal turns, move it upward for a right turn, down for a left turn. When you've completed the turn, the signal cancels automatically. To signal a lane change, push this lever lightly up or down, not as far as for a complete turn. The turn signal will automatically flash 3 times. Fog lights create a wide beam pattern, focused lower than the headlights. This minimizes reflected light and helps you see better in foggy conditions. If your vehicle is equipped with fog lights, here's how to activate them. Your headlights must be ON and low beam selected. Then rotate the switch to THIS position and your fog lights will come ON. Turn the switch to OFF to deactivate the fog lights. If you turn the high beam headlights ON, the fog lights will automatically turn OFF. If your vehicle is equipped with the Autolight system, you can preset the headlights to automatically operate based on exterior lighting conditions. To activate this system, simply turn the headlight switch to the AUTO position, then turn ON the ignition. To turn the system OFF, turn the headlight switch to any other setting. The Autolight system will also keep the headlights ON for a period of time after you turn the ignition OFF and close all doors. There is a light sensor that controls the Autolight system on the top of the instrument panel. Keep that area clear of papers and other material.





2012 NISSAN Altima - Hood Release
Hood Release To open the hood, pull this HOOD RELEASE handle located below the driver's side instrument panel. The hood will spring up slightly. Outside the vehicle, lift this lever at the front of the hood as shown. Then insert the support rod into the slot on the underside of the hood. When closing the hood, lower to approximately 12 inches above the latch and release it. Your hood should lock into place. Before driving, look to see that it is latched firmly.





2013 NISSAN Altima Sedan - RearView Monitor with Moving Object Detection (MOD)
RearView Monitor with Moving Object Detection (MOD) (if so equipped) With the transmission shifted to REVERSE, your display monitor will change to show a live picture of the area directly behind your vehicle. Press the CAMERA button to change the camera to the rear-wide view. The color lines display the approximate distance between an object and your rear bumper. The GREEN line designates an object within an area between 7 and 10 feet. The YELLOW line, between 3 and 7 feet. The RED line, between 1 1⁄2 and 3 feet. Your RearView Monitor may be equipped with Moving Object Detection. This system helps inform the driver of moving objects in the rearview or rear-wide view. The system will operate when the shift lever is in the REVERSE position and the vehicle is driven at speeds of approximately 5 miles per hour or less. If the MOD system detects moving objects, a yellow frame will be displayed on the camera image and a chime will sound. When the blue MOD icon is displayed, the system is active. If the icon is gray, the system is not active. If no MOD icon is displayed, the system is off. The indicator will also be off if all of the warning systems are deactivated using the "Settings" menu. Please note, the MOD system will not operate if the trunk is open. Please refer to your Owner's Manual for more information on Moving Object Detection. To adjust the brightness of your RearView Monitor's image, move the shift lever to the PARK position, then press the MENU button. Select "Settings". Select "System" and then select "Display" to adjust. Certain temperatures and other conditions may momentarily affect the clarity of your display's picture. Please read about these in your Owner's Manual. The RearView Monitor is a convenience, always turn and look before backing. This feature is not a substitute for proper backing and driving procedures.





2012 NISSAN Altima - Fuel Functions
Fuel Functions Located in the instrument cluster, this gauge indicates the approximate fuel level in the tank. This light comes on when the fuel level is low. Refuel as soon as practical. You'll see an arrow next to the fuel pump icon that indicates on which side of your vehicle the fuel-filler door is located. Pull this fuel-filler door release, located on the floor to the left of the driver's seat, to open the fuel-filler door. The fuel-filler cap is a ratcheting type. To remove the cap, turn counterclockwise. Hang the cap's tether strap, in the holder on the fuel-filler door, while you are refueling. On Coupe models place the cap in the holder on the fuel-filler door. After fueling, turn the cap clockwise until ratcheting clicks are heard, indicating that it is locked in place. Then close the fuel-filler door securely. Failure to properly tighten the fuel-filler cap may cause the Loose Fuel Cap warning message to appear. If this occurs: ● Exit the vehicle and reinsert the fuel-filler cap straight into the fuel-filler tube. ● Turn the fuel-filler cap clockwise and tighten it until you hear clicks. ● Now, press the RESET button for more than one second to turn the indicator OFF. Failure to properly tighten the fuel-filler cap after the Loose Fuel Cap warning message is displayed may cause the Malfunction Indicator Light to illuminate. If you have taken the appropriate steps and the indicator light does not turn off, please see your Nissan dealer for further assistance.





2012 NISSAN Altima - Passenger Rear Seat Entry
Passenger Rear Seat Entry (Coupe Models Only) The Altima Coupe features an innovative front passenger seat, making it easier to get people and packages in and out of your vehicle. There are several ways to achieve entry and exit for backseat passengers. From outside the vehicle, on the driver's side, pull up on the RECLINE lever and fold the seatback as far forward as it will go, then slide the seat all the way forward. Without leaving the driver's seat, the driver can allow passengers to enter the backseat from the passenger side of the vehicle by pulling up on the UPPER SEATBACK RELEASE lever -- here on the inboard side of the passenger's seat. The seatback releases and you can enter the back seat. To accommodate entry from outside the vehicle on the passenger side, pull up on the RECLINE lever until the seatback releases. Then slide the seat forward. If you are a backseat passenger on the passenger's side, pull the UPPER SEATBACK RELEASE lever up. The front passenger's seatback will release and you can exit the vehicle. Be sure the seat is upright and locked in place before driving.





2014 NISSAN Versa Note - Warning and Indicator Lights
Located below the driver's side instrument panel is the HOOD RELEASE handle. Pull it and the hood will spring up slightly. Outside the vehicle, push this lever at the front of the hood to the side as shown. Raise the hood and then insert the support rod into the slot on the underside of the hood. When closing the hood, lower to approximately 12 inches above the latch and release it. Your hood should lock into place. Before driving, look to see that it is latched firmly.





2012 NISSAN Sentra - Warning and Indicator Lights
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2012 NISSAN Altima - Child Safety Rear Door Locks
Child Safety Rear Door Locks (Sedan Models Only) This feature helps prevent rear doors from being opened accidentally, which is especially important when small children are passengers. The levers are on the edge of each rear door. When in the LOCK position, the rear door can only be opened from the outside.





2012 NISSAN Altima - Power Outlets
Power Outlets Your vehicle has a power outlet located inside the center console storage box and, if so equipped, a second outlet in the covered storage box on the instrument panel. These outlets can be used for small electrical devices such as cellular phones. To use a power outlet, simply open its cap. Please refer to the manufacturer's Owner's Manual supplied with your device for detailed information when connecting the device to an outlet.





2012 NISSAN Versa Hatchback - Warning and Indicator Lights
Warning and Indicator Lights The warning and indicator lights on your vehicle will help you stay aware of many systems and their operation. Use your Owner's Manual to familiarize yourself with all warning and indicator lights. You'll then be prepared to act swiftly when the need arises.





2013 NISSAN Altima Coupe - Instrument Brightness Control
Instrument Brightness Control Your instrument panel lights up whenever the ignition is ON and the parking lights or the headlights are ON, or in the AUTO position. Turn this control at the bottom of your tachometer to adjust the brightness of the instrument panel lights to the desired level.




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