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Old 01-20-2019, 06:46 PM   #1
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Climbing hill with Auto Gen 6 Camaro

Hello Camaros

In: 2018 Camaro SS Auto

I noticed when I drive climbing up a hill, if i put the transmission on the manual mod and select ger 4 on (3000 - 3500 rpm) I cannot increas my speed. Even if i press the throttle more and more, engine sound comes louder, but no acceleration !

It gives the green arrow notes ( shift to 6 ) and I know that is normal, but why i can’t accelerate ??

In the auto mode every thing normal.

Any idea ��

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Old 01-22-2019, 09:44 PM   #2
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This issue first showed up when I was initially getting the a8 shudder issue. I've also found driving on hilly roads, uphill and downhill around 23 mph at lower RPM's also causes unexpected chugging, shuddering behavior.
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Old 07-22-2019, 08:42 AM   #3
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This issue first showed up when I was initially getting the a8 shudder issue. I've also found driving on hilly roads, uphill and downhill around 23 mph at lower RPM's also causes unexpected chugging, shuddering behavior.
No shuddering until now, we will see in future, but now my car is 13000 km and transmission is okay.
Thank you for your comment
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