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Any one have access to pull NTB13-026A

I was just reviewing threads about clutch issues, etc and did some other Google searching and came across a couple sites that list NTB13-026A as a TSB as of 4/22/2013

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Old 05-19-2013, 04:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I was just reviewing threads about clutch issues, etc and did some other Google searching and came across a couple sites that list NTB13-026A
as a TSB as of 4/22/2013 (less than a month old) regarding clutch pedal return issues and those aggregation sites seem to indicate it applies to 09-12 Zs. Saw some threads that mentioned service bulletin for replacing clutch fluid with the factory GT-R fluid. Wasn't sure if this number is that bulletin or something else.
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I was just reviewing threads about clutch issues, etc and did some other Google searching and came across a couple sites that list NTB13-026A
as a TSB as of 4/22/2013 (less than a month old) regarding clutch pedal return issues and those aggregation sites seem to indicate it applies to 09-12 Zs. Saw some threads that mentioned service bulletin for replacing clutch fluid with the factory GT-R fluid. Wasn't sure if this number is that bulletin or something else.
The GTR fluid doesn't work you need to find a good brake fluid with a high boiling point that is what fixes the problem.
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The GTR fluid doesn't work you need to find a good brake fluid with a high boiling point that is what fixes the problem.
I understand that's the case just curious what Nissan has finally released on the TSB since some dealers have told people the GT-R fluid was now factory recommended. I'll see if I can get a copy from my local dealer while they work on the car.
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Subject: SB 370Z Coupe And Roadster; Clutch Pedal Does Not Return To Rest Position
Summary of NTB13026:
IF YOU CONFIRM: The clutch pedal on an applied vehicle does not return to its normal (rested) position after being depressed to the floor OR The customer states the clutch pedal on an applied vehicle does not return to its normal (rested) position after being depressed to the floor AND There are no leaks in the clutch hydraulic system. ACTION: Change the clutch hydraulic system fluid with GT-R R35 Special Brake Fluid (see PARTS INFORMATION). - Refer to SERVICE PROCEDURE for bleeding procedure. See this bulletin for further detail.
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That said, I would rather just go back with rb600 or other good fluid myself than have to go through the dealer hassle.
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The GTR fluid doesn't work you need to find a good brake fluid with a high boiling point that is what fixes the problem.
As I'm about to have to deal with this myself...If the GTR fluid doesn't work, do you have any suggestions of which brake fluid will work?
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