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Old 21 June 2006, 06:24   #11
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Originally Posted by Rogue Wave
I hate auto's
They are fine as long as matched to the right engine - don't tend to suit older diesels.

They are horrible if you just leave them in D - drive them like a clutchless manual and they are fine.

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Old 21 June 2006, 07:23   #12
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Originally Posted by Rogue Wave
I hate auto's
I love my auto, just stick it in drive put your foot on the gas & off you go!
No need to play around with the hand brake!

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Old 21 June 2006, 13:12   #13
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Originally Posted by Mark Halliday
Is this for all ageed vehicles or just post 2002 (?) or when ever it was that you had to have some fancy removeable Eurocrat approved hitch?
Good question, i'd ask VOSA.

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