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Old 02 Oct 2004, 02:02 am
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Default prelude auto changing prob

I have a 84 prelude with the S shift button thingy
how does it work
and what can I do about the slow changing I have?

any help appreciated!

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Old 14 Oct 2004, 11:56 pm
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Default Re: prelude auto changing prob

not sure what you mean by problem i take it that you have a 4 speed auto
but the "s" is the sport shift option
when engaged this feature is for towing or passing as it extends the life
of 3rd gear or for racing, start in 1rst and "bang" through the gears like
a manual tranny watch your rpm's though
i leave it in this position because i like as much acceleration as

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