Lml towing manual vs auto – duramax diesels forum electricity 2015

I use M when on hilly or winding roads where the transmission would hunt a lot. For everything else it is pretty much D. If I find myself in situations where I am speeding up and slowing down often, or where when it upshifts during low throttle and you start to loose power because the rpms have dropped so you end up pressing the accelerator more to compensate and then it downshifts because of it. If this is happening often I switch to M.

In those situations I’m normally not going more then 35 to 45 mph. I’ll put it in M and 3rd or 4th and let the rpms rise and fall between" 1800 and 2600 or so. This provides grade braking when lifting off of the throttle like when approaching a curve and good power when coming out of the curve and prevents it from constantly shifting

I don’t know about the trucks with the exhaust brakes but with the others you most certainly still have engine braking when in M. Its just that you have more to its function now instead of the confusers do. You want some grade braking, just down shift. You want less, up shift

I use M when on hilly or winding roads where the transmission would hunt a lot. For everything else it is pretty much D. If I find myself in situations where I am speeding up and slowing down often, or where when it upshifts during low throttle and you start to loose power because the rpms have dropped so you end up pressing the accelerator more to compensate and then it downshifts because of it. If this is happening often I switch to M.

In those situations I’m normally not going more then 35 to 45 mph. I’ll put it in M and 3rd or 4th and let the rpms rise and fall between" 1800 and 2600 or so. This provides grade braking when lifting off of the throttle like when approaching a curve and good power when coming out of the curve and prevents it from constantly shifting

I don’t know about the trucks with the exhaust brakes but with the others you most certainly still have engine braking when in M. Its just that you have more to its function now instead of the confusers do. You want some grade braking, just down shift. You want less, up shift

I use M when on hilly or winding roads where the transmission would hunt a lot. For everything else it is pretty much D. If I find myself in situations where I am speeding up and slowing down often, or where when it upshifts during low throttle and you start to loose power because the rpms have dropped so you end up pressing the accelerator more to compensate and then it downshifts because of it. If this is happening often I switch to M.

In those situations I’m normally not going more then 35 to 45 mph. I’ll put it in M and 3rd or 4th and let the rpms rise and fall between" 1800 and 2600 or so. This provides grade braking when lifting off of the throttle like when approaching a curve and good power when coming out of the curve and prevents it from constantly shifting

I don’t know about the trucks with the exhaust brakes but with the others you most certainly still have engine braking when in M. Its just that you have more to its function now instead of the confusers do. You want some grade braking, just down shift. You want less, up shift

I use M when on hilly or winding roads where the transmission would hunt a lot. For everything else it is pretty much D. If I find myself in situations where I am speeding up and slowing down often, or where when it upshifts during low throttle and you start to loose power because the rpms have dropped so you end up pressing the accelerator more to compensate and then it downshifts because of it. If this is happening often I switch to M.

In those situations I’m normally not going more then 35 to 45 mph. I’ll put it in M and 3rd or 4th and let the rpms rise and fall between" 1800 and 2600 or so. This provides grade braking when lifting off of the throttle like when approaching a curve and good power when coming out of the curve and prevents it from constantly shifting

I don’t know about the trucks with the exhaust brakes but with the others you most certainly still have engine braking when in M. Its just that you have more to its function now instead of the confusers do. You want some grade braking, just down shift. You want less, up shift