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Model Year: 2006
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Re: What is "Trip Computer" Issue
Originally Posted by Coastline
Now, I get it and I was wondering about that. It is funny that it has a calculator but no mileage calcualtion. My '00 Astro van had it, my Chrysler 300 has it and both cost less than the Ridgeline.
Another question. I pull a 19' Carolina Skiff that weighs about 2500 lbs, boat, motor, trailer. I pull it on the interstate and I use the tow button which keeps it from shifting into overdrive. Of course the RPM's go way up at 70mph. I was wondering if it is necessary to use the tow feature with half the tow capacity.
Coastline Doug in the Midlands of SC
Coastline, the D3 button is not a "towing button"! Do not use it when towing you could really hose up your tranny especially if you take it up to highway speeds in D3!!! Read your owners manual on proper use of the D3 button.
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