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Old 06 Oct 2004, 01:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Power switch, how it works?

Hi, I'm afraid about asking something trivial ops: but...

What's "the trick" behind the Power Switch on my car? It's a '95 Impreza 1.5 with Automatic gearbox. I notice some kind of "difference" when I use it but want to know what exactly does it to use it properly.
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Old 06 Oct 2004, 09:29 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Is it next to the gearbox Omar?
I suspect its much the same as the "sport" mode found on alot of automatic cars.
Basically if you have it activated it will rev higher in each gear before the auto box changes up.
"economy" mode is the other way round, it will change up at lower revs giving you better fuel consumption.
Hope this helps. :P
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