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Automatic gear shifts volontarily when placed i D (drive)

Mazda 626, aut. 1992
Gearshifts happens volontarily within the first 50 km-driving. Then everything acts normal. Km.stand: round 400.000

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  • mogugilt Jun 30, 2009

    Thank you for answer, but the problem is that the ordinary way of driving (positioning the gearstick in D(rive) results in moving in 'third-gear' and you manually have to move to 1' position - and next 2' position. a 'semiautomatic' gearshift.

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You are using a semi automatic clutch plate and gear assembly which lets the driver do the driving till it has reached cruising speed. Open the throttle after that and it lets you drive comfortably i.e. without bothering about gears which it adjust according to speed and acceleration demanded by the driver. Again when the car will come below say 50 mph, the car becomes manual again. This is a way of making long rides comfortable and off course for the driver to use his skills inside the city. Also manual gears gives a lot of freedom and pleasure too to suit the drivers style. The bridge part is remotely controlled from the bridge itself. A new technology being tried out for fine tuning.................sodeep

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I would like to help u but don't understand the problem here. please explain what the shifting problem is?

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