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When does one engage the ''L'' gear when driving a mitsubishi rvr c

Bought a second hand mitsubishi automatic rvr 2000 model car but I donot have information on when to engage the other gears like L and 2

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The L gear is Gear # 1 and likewise 2 is second gear, you utilise this in case you are going down on a slop especially icy or snow condition all it does is runs just on 1 or 2 respectively without changing whichh gieves more traction on the road.

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Mitsubishs rvr 98 not changing gear,and the engine warning light on dash

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