When shifting gear into reverse, the driver pulls the slider up (toward the knob). This causes the reverse check cable to move the reverse lever on the six-speed transmission to the lock release position. Since the reverse check system in the transmission then becomes in the state ready for a shift into reverse, the driver can move the gear shift lever to the reverse position. Should the reverse check cable be severed, the spring in the holder pushes up the slider and keeps it in the raised position, alerting the driver to the abnormality. Since the reverse check system does not function under this condition, a voluntary or involuntary shift to the reverse position can takeplace without any restriction.
but if i was getting a different speedo gauge, i'd want it to say "mph". eh, i just think it looks cool. and it's a bit of a novelty right now since few cars are 6mt.CloNeGTS said:Really? Why? You already know it's a six speed, right?
over my dead body!CloNeGTS said:And if you let someone else drive
"a picture is worth a thousand words."CloNeGTS said:...they should know how to drive a 6 with RDR