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    aoa,


    friends i would really appreciate if some one could tell me whats the "S" AND "B" stand for in my beltas automatic gear transmission panel . and when and where they should be used .


    thanks

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    @adil the functions of ''s'' are that in that gear the tranny changes gears at higher rpm's and it gives more pick the ''b'' is often used for going uphill or going up a slope these are the experience's the I have faced using my Belta
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    ^^^^ its not ur belta . belta is of toyota yar :p :d
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    @waleed lol
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    S is for keep it slow baby and B for Boy ... combine it means keep it slow boy
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    @syzuhair if you don't know anything then don't post trash!
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    why not to ask the experts at the " ! B E L T A OWNERS & FAN C L U B ! " also?

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    "S" for padel shift.... "B" for engine braking
    Suggestions required

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    If you have a paddle shift then S is for paddle shift. so u can use the paddle shift.

    And if you don't have the paddle shift, then S is up to two gears and B is 1st gear only, like 'L' in most other automatics..
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    thanks alot friends

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