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Automatic supra manu button?
k manu button works like this.when its pressed L is first gear 2 is second gear and d is 3gear,automatic supra equipped with manu butane tyetronic,symply,its automatic,but when u want to be more fuel efficient or race ,press and use L for firs 2 for second and d for third gear:Dhope i helped:D
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A340E is the transmission for the 86.5 thru 92 Toyota supra. I think its still in production in a different Toyota model
How do you change the wiring for changing from a 1985 supra automatic to a 1983 supra 5 speed transmission?
The engine control module in the automatic transmission Supras and the Manual transmission Supras in the MKII (1982-1986) body style are interchangable year for year. You do N…OT have to swap the wiring harnesses, contrary to what is posted below. You WILL have to trick the car to make it start. This is because the automatic transmission ECM needs to see the vehicle is in park or neutral before it can be started. This is easily done by retaining the neutral safety switch from the automatic transmission and "clicking" it to the park or neutral setting permanently. Parts wise, here is what you WILL need to complete an automatic to manual transmission swap for your car. Front piece of driveshaft from manual supra (or entire driveshaft) - Cressida driveshafts are not the same length as MKII driveshafts and can not be substituted.W58 transmission w/ proper bellhousingW58 clutchW58 flywheel and boltsmanual transmission crossmemberclutch slave cylinder and soft lineclutch master cylinder and hard line that runs down body to bracketclutch pedal assemblybrake pedal assemblyManual shifterPilot bearing (buy a new one) Hi to let you know that I know what im talking about I auto cross a 86 supra and I work In a transmission shop you would need to take the computer and the whole wire harness from the computer to the motor from a 5speed supra the same year as your auto and use it to wire the motor with that set up because there are several relays and sensors on the auto that are control bye the PC that the manual dose not have and the autos PC controls those and if there not there to read your car would run like hell if not at all you probably already know about switching flex plate to fly wheel and all that good stuff
Answer the only button I know by the shifter is the for economy setting and power setting..from what I understand it changes the parameters in the computer… control module to give the car more power and pep on the power setting or on economy setting it changes them to where the engine runs more efficiently. there is also a button that is usually on the dash near the shifter that controls the traction control if your car is equiped with that option, but that is usually on the dash,but I have seen them next to the shifter...if it is that button when you engage it you will get a light on the instrament panel showing traction control engaged. Answer Turbo button when used drops the trany shifts into a lower gear to allow for quicker speed pickup time. but be careful not to over RPM the motor. keep a close eye on the RMP gauge. Answer Turbo button when used drops the trany shifts into a lower gear to allow for quicker speed pickup time. but be careful not to over RPM the motor. keep a close eye on the RMP gauge.
Answer hmmm unlock to shift from park? Over drive off/on?
Answer My Camero is an automatic and it has an SGS button.
hold+2 will be permanent second, hold+3 will start in second, change up to 3rd as soon as possible and then basically stay there, and hold+D will start in second then drive …normally other than not using 1st. it's also known as "snow" switch... basically in less than desirable weather ie: snow/ice you flick the hold switch in Drive... car starts in second and configures the gears to keep low rev range, high torque, low power... so that the wheels don't spin and you don't lose control so easily ...it's basically an ancient form of traction control!
What do these buttons ect-s pwr and ect-s manu mean and do on automatic transmission Toyota corona st 190?
designations, POWER changes the shift points so that you stay in lower gears a little longer, and MAN is a manual override that puts it in a Tiptronic-like mode. If th…ese switches really don`t do anything, those features of the transmission may be inoperable
Manu is a bird in maori!
Normally the overdrive fuction can be switched on and off in some vehicles
Sorry no, the 87 is a mk3 and the 85 an mk2 very little is the same if any.
In softimage 2012 there is none. use unfold and add all edges as cut lines. the outcome is not as good as a real automatic mapper.
The transmission is very smooth shifting as well and has a "hold" feature that gives some degree of manual control. I've found it to be really useless to be honest. It does no…t give truly manual control of the transmission as it should. If left in D the only thing it does is to start the car off in 2nd and shifts as usual up to 4th. With the "hold" feature activated it does not downshift automatically for engine braking as per the normal mode. That's about it. I say leave it in normal mode unless on loose gravel or you want to be miserly and save some fuel by starting off in 2nd.
e button stands for economy , saves petrol
its like triptronic in an automatic car, click the 'Manu' button in and the move the gear stick down to 'L', L locks the car in first gear then when you want to change gear mo…ve the gear stick to the number '2' for 2nd gear and then change it once again the the letter 'D' for 3rd gear .. so revs like a Manuel but without the clutch and only 3 gears to changes through its more for racing and fuel efficiency that's what i have been reading up anyway, haven't actually tried this for myself
you can click the auto correct options button to undo an automatic correction