Question about 2004 Acura TL
The tranmission allows you two driving styles fully automatic (D) or manual (M). (D) behaves like a normal transmission while (M) uses the + for gearing up and - for gearing down. You'll notice when you switch to (M) the number of the gear your presently in shows up on the speedo. After that you just operate it as you would a manual. When you come to a stop the transmission will automatically shift down to 1 but as you accelerate you will need to shift the lever forward to the + to shift up. You can switch between both transmission modes while driving.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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