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High Speed (auto)
Auto/High speed locks 4th, 5th and 6th gear from 82km/h, and is designed for everyday driving/ touring.
It can always stay turned on and being automatic no extra input is required.
Optionally: You can use it in manual (“S” mode) from 4th-6th gear.
Low speed locks from 2nd – 6th gear from 32km/h, and is designed for towing and touring, or working hard in sand/mud etc.
Your gears must be used manually (up and down in “S” mode) or else the gearbox will lug excessively.
If you don’t want to use your gears manually, turn off the low-speed button.
- When towing, you should always be in “S” mode and change gears manually.
- You can take off in S2 and then change your gears as required.
- Low speed lock-up will disengage at 28km/h, allowing for normal operation of the automatic transmission.
- The Stocklock can be turned on/off on the fly as desired.
- As the transmission is adaptive, the more kilometres you do with the Stocklock on, and using all the gears, the more the transmission will learn YOUR driving style.
If you were to travel a fair distance in S5 towing, and then go into D6, the transmission may be hesitant to go into 6th, as it has learnt your style.
- To get the most out of your Dual Speed lock-up when towing: push both high and low speed buttons in, select “S” mode, and use your gears manually up and down.
With the button on and in drive the lock up will activate automatically from 82km/h and disengage from around 75km/h. It will lock 4th, 5th and 6th gear, depending on your speed. This is designed for every day driving and touring. It can stay turned on all the time. Being automatic, no extra input is required.
To activate low speed, simply move the gear shifter to sports mode. Low speed locks from 2nd gear at 32km/h and is designed for towing. Your gears must be used manually (up and down in “S” mode) or else the gear box will lug excessively. If you don’t want to use the gears manually, turn off the button or move the shifter back to drive.
To activate the 3rd speed simply select low range and move the shifter to sports mode, you will then have lock up from 8km/h and must use the gears manually.
- Only one button to turn lockup on/off and can be done on the fly.
- When towing, you should always be in “S” mode and change gears manually up and down.
- Low speed lockup will automatically disengage when slowing below 28km/h.
- If you are driving around 85km/h, in drive and experience a shutter, you may want to turn the lockup off as you are not going fast enough.
It doesn’t get any easier than this. If you want to engage the transmission lockup, simply move the shifter from drive to sports mode, that’s it.
This will engage lockup from 38km/h, making sure you use all the gears manually (just like a manual gear box), changing up and down as required.
If you want to turn the lockup off, move the shifter back to drive, or push the lockup button off.
When in low range simply move the shifter to sports mode, this will engage the lockup from 8km/h and the gears must be used manually.