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    Hi guys I am bit confused about the gear changer of Toyota passo, I can't find it. Plz help me it is making me crazy that a car without a gear changer?

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    On the back left of the steering wheel, the curved rod-type thing that is coming out

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    As Aliusman420 Bhai mentioned, it's on the left of the steering, US cars style.

    Here is a picture with the gear stick circled in red, so you can identify it much quicker and easier since the picture is kinda small and low res.

    Where is gear changer??  Passo? -1395373

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    Here it is

    Where is gear changer??  Passo? -1395374

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    Quote Originally Posted by faiz.aslam.121 View Post
    As Aliusman420 Bhai mentioned, it's on the left of the steering, US cars style.

    Here is a picture with the gear stick circled in red, so you can identify it much quicker and easier since the picture is kinda small and low res.

    Where is gear changer??  Passo? -1395373
    Well so where is hand brake???

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    It has the handbrake in the foot
    there is a small lever in the position of clutch.....on the left side of brake pedal

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    Hmm, it means that it's totally an alien car, lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by 512a View Post
    Hmm, it means that it's totally an alien car, lol

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    Nope, these dinkies have these kinda gears & its quite amazing we call this foot brake as ''hand brake''
    I think trend will change soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mansoor_qadir View Post
    Nope, these dinkies have these kinda gears & its quite amazing we call this foot brake as ''hand brake''
    I think trend will change soon.
    Actually it should be called "park break" to remove ambiguity
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    You know what's fun? Driving on the motorway at 100km/h, your left foot resting nicely in the place of the clutch. You stretch your feet, and bam, your pinkie toe touches the " Park brake" whoooooooosh skid marks
    Turbo lag is like foreplay. You know it's coming. And it's gonna be good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by faiz.aslam.121 View Post
    You know what's fun? Driving on the motorway at 100km/h, your left foot resting nicely in the place of the clutch. You stretch your feet, and bam, your pinkie toe touches the " Park brake" whoooooooosh skid marks

    The parking brake height is pretty high - unless you are 4 ft tall you actually have to lift your leg to engage it. I have been driving cars with this for years and never had an issue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    The parking brake height is pretty high - unless you are 4 ft tall you actually have to lift your leg to engage it. I have been driving cars with this for years and never had an issue.
    Not sure which car you drive, but I've noticed it's relatively near the foot resting thingy in JDM's- i.e the Prius
    Turbo lag is like foreplay. You know it's coming. And it's gonna be good.

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    @op, here is an example.

    Where is gear changer??  Passo? -1395906

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    It's been like this in American cars since the 50's, even earlier than that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shirazkhan View Post
    Actually it should be called "park break" to remove ambiguity
    To avoid more ambiguity it should be called ''Park brake''
    <..If everything seems under control, U r not going fast enough..>

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    Quote Originally Posted by supraman2jz View Post
    It's been like this in American cars since the 50's, even earlier than that!
    Thanks to jdm & other imports, we r seeing all these features.Had the story been limited to local industry, we might be lagging behind rest of the world for at least 80 years in terms of features.
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    Quote Originally Posted by faiz.aslam.121 View Post
    @op, here is an example.

    Where is gear changer??  Passo? -1395906
    That is just stupid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    That is just stupid.
    All JDM 660 cc so far i have seen this feature. Day first i by mistake pressed it hard as if it was clutch
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    Where is gear changer??  Passo? -1396045
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    Where is gear changer??  Passo? -1396045

    If you notice the spacing - you will understand that its pretty hard to just press that pedal by accident. its quite high.
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