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Old 10-06-2013, 04:08 PM   #1
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Has anyone had problems with the select shift rocker. Mine at times doesnt want to up shift until i pusj it a bunch of times. . Never a problem down shifting. . Usually a problen going from 1st to 2nd.. amd 2nd to 3rd!

I was thinking takinh it to my dealer and im sure they will fix it right?
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I have 5,000 miles on mine and use the s shift alot and I have not experienced that problem. I would take it to the dealer.
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I have heard one other and the replaced the shifter on it.
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I have 5,000 miles on mine and use the s shift alot and I have not experienced that problem. I would take it to the dealer.
I normally use it at the track! But sometimes it just doesn't shift
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No issues with mine. I use it in the City if I need a quick getaway.it also comes in handy when passing on a 2 lane hiway. The auto shift is way too mild.
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I normally use it at the track! But sometimes it just doesn't shift
BTW street racing talk is strictly forbidden on this site just a heads up before your thread gets shut down
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Old 10-06-2013, 09:40 PM   #7
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It performs pretty well if you lift on the throttle momentarily when you hit the switch. Very quick
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I had that issue, the inly way to fix it is changing the shifter, the dealer changed it with the warranty
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I had that issue, the inly way to fix it is changing the shifter, the dealer changed it with the warranty
Oh ok thanks yea that's what ima have to do then!
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Mine is just a little slow , but from what I've read that is normal. I hardly ever use it though.
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Mine was always very responsive just lately it's been not working and sometimes it does want to work
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If you put it in sport mode and dont use the select shift, its just a sportier tune than stock. Just throw it in sport and dont shift its better anyways
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If you put it in sport mode and dont use the select shift, its just a sportier tune than stock. Just throw it in sport and dont shift its better anyways
Yea that's what I've read. The only time I've really used it though is passing someone on a 2 lane road, but leaving it in drive works just as well so now I tend to leave it in drive.
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I use it for passing too. Definitely better than just being in drive. Once the warranty period is done, I may consider at tune, probably Bama hybrid.
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Why wait until your warranty is up? Aren't dealers usually lenient on it as long as it doesn't blow your engine up or something?
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I'm in no hurry to get the tune. For now I am quite happy with how the car performs. A tune would certainly improve shifting, etc. but it can wait for now. How well you are covered under the warranty after installing after market items is up to the dealer. There is no guarantee they will or will not back you.
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I'm in no hurry to get the tune. For now I am quite happy with how the car performs. A tune would certainly improve shifting, etc. but it can wait for now. How well you are covered under the warranty after installing after market items is up to the dealer. There is no guarantee they will or will not back you.
+1, Its always a good idea to check with your dealer before tuning.
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Oh yes I didn't mean do it without checking first. Sorry if my post was misleading
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Should i return my car to stock..
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Should i return my car to stock..
Yes
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