Question about Cars & Trucks
That is the way gears in cars work. When you go up hill, the car needs more gas, so you put your foot down, kick down comes into play and the gearbox chooses one gear lower, for more engine revs and lower speed you get more torque to climb the hill.
Get the car tuned up, you might have failing sensors or ignition problems causing a general loss of power that is needing kick down on hills.
Posted on Dec 25, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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