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NTB14-107 Poor Acceleration

I don't want to appear to be trying to antagonize anyone suffering with poor acceleration, but I do mention this for what it is. The above referenced Nissan Technical Bulletin states:

If a customer describes lack of power or poor acceleration, perform the following checks before attempting any repair:

*Check for stored DTCs.
*Check if the driver is resting their left foot on the brake pedal while accelerating. Advise the customer not to rest their foot on the brake while accelerating.

While this apparently is no laughing matter, and is stated in all seriousness, one cannot help but wonder if perhaps they could have stated it differently.
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Manuals won't have this problem lol
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That is true. Although, there may be another bulletin for "resting your foot on the clutch".
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Could be translation from Nissan's language to English?

Me, I see load from the AC and octane rating effects acceleration and any jerkyness releasing the clutch in a gear.
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