Question about 2003 Acura 3.2TL
Transmission will not go into first gear to second gear without stalling the D5 gear started blinking
When the light blinks for OD (5th) gear it means that a fault exists in the mechanical or electronic control systems of the transmission, you need the system scanned for the fault code(s)
Posted on Mar 28, 2014
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In your Lincoln LS, you will have 3 transmission options to choose from. The first is the SelectShift, which operates similar to a manual transmission but without the clutch. The other 2 are the D4 and D5 options that you are referring to. The number after the D is really a reference to how many gears it will shift through. D4 = 4 gears, D5 = 5 gears. All that being said, it really should operate closer to a 4 gear transmission with an overdrive gear when the car is in D5. Think of it like the "drive" and "overdrive" in other cars. I have heard that to maximize fuel economy, use D5 for highway driving and D4 for city driving.
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