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Old 09 Jan 2006, 08:11 am
E Meyer
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Default Re: 98 Integra Automatic Transmission (Overdrive)

On 1/8/06 11:38 PM, in article
734211_c00bc4ef73b4d9b766907fd488b3a...toforumz .com, "Shadow"
<> wrote:

> I was just wondering about my automatic transmission.
> I have D4, D3, D2, and D1 in that order following N. I was wondering
> which one is the gear I should drive in. Iíve been driving in D4 as
> the previous driver said it was over-drive and saved gas ect...
> Is this the right gear I should be driving in?

D4 is correct for most situations. Switch to d3 if you want quicker
acceleration and/or more engine braking (at the expense of lower gas

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