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      09-30-2012, 07:35 AM   #1
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Steptronic changes...

Don't know if Iím going mad or not, but i just wanted ask other members how their steptronics change when going from 70kms and allowing the speed to drop. does it cause a light move in the rev (upwards) as you feel it change. There's no clunk or roughness but u can feel it. is this normal? only other time is when going up a sloping hill slowly at 60 and it changes with a rev movement.

oil has been changed couple months ago but filter was not.

normal or tranny issue?
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Don't know if Iím going mad or not, but i just wanted ask other members how their steptronics change when going from 70kms and allowing the speed to drop. does it cause a light move in the rev (upwards) as you feel it change. There's no clunk or roughness but u can feel it. is this normal? only other time is when going up a sloping hill slowly at 60 and it changes with a rev movement.

oil has been changed couple months ago but filter was not.

normal or tranny issue?
Mine does exactly the same thing (a slight lift in revs) when shifting from 3rd to 4th in either DS, or "Manual"
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all good biys normal shifting had it checked by Jin at ActiveMotorwerke today... i am a worry wart!
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all good biys normal shifting had it checked by Jin at ActiveMotorwerke today... i am a worry wart!
What was the problem? Mine too have that.
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What was the problem? Mine too have that.
no problem... just me thinking too much.
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glad to hear that.
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