Is there any information on where this transmission is actually made? I google searched everything I could think of and can’t find any information specifically on where it is made.
According to Ford, the 10R transmissions are produced in Michigan and finished in OhioIs there any information on where this transmission is actually made? I google searched everything I could think of and can’t find any information specifically on where it is made.
Put the $99 start stop eliminator in my wife's Explorer. She LOVES it.Yeah ... pretty sure it will have auto start/stop also.
It's without a doubt THE MOST ANNOYING THING in my F150 Limited (lol), because you have to turn off the feature each and every time you turn the "key" (start/stop button).
Several ways to permanently disable it:
1. Hook up a trailer dongle (if tow equipped)
2. Forscan programming
3. Put an in-line wire adapter (~$99) behind the switch that "reverses" the function of the switch. Auto start/stop is always disabled and is ENABLED by pressing the switch.
Ha!Put the $99 start stop eliminator in my wife's Explorer. She LOVES it.
Wouldn't constantly lugging under load be real bad for a turbo engine or what am I missing here?Absolutely maddening in the 2019 Ranger to be cruising at 30 mph in 9th gear and encounter elevation change or the need to downshift 5 gears to maintain 30 mph. The only comparison I could give to anybody capable of driving a manual would be to roll from the line in 2nd, skip 3rd at 20 mph to get into 4th, ride 4th until 30 mph, then shift into 5th or 6th (whatever your transmission allows). That should net you about 6/10th of a MPG improvement under ideal conditions. Now do that in all conditions without fail and enjoy your driving experience.
Modern turbos don't have the pressure differential issues that 80's turbo system architecture had, plus the turbos themselves are generations ahead, I don't worry about part throttle, lift, coast or really much of anything with these current systems.Wouldn't constantly lugging under load be real bad for a turbo engine or what am I missing here?
Would driving aggressively in the beginning help with this? I already drive neutered enough by my own will.
Assuming it's like everything else there will be a toggle switch on the shifter for manual shifting, and locking out gears. simple + button, - button. Manual mode upshift and downshift. Standard auto mode if you tap - button it will take away top end gears so they are not available. Say you didn't want it lugging in 10th tap - twice and the highest gear it will auto shift into is 8th.How is this feature used?