Q: How do I adjust the electronic range select (ERS) system?

asked by on December 11, 2015

How do I adjust the electronic range select (ERS) system?

The electronic range select (ERS) system limits the highest gear that your vehicle can be using. When in ERS mode, tap the shift lever right, towards the +, to add an extra gear to the ERS. Tap the lever left, towards the -, and lower the amount of available gears by one.

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