Paddle shifting disabled

jlnike

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Can someone tell me why I could get paddle shifting disabled message?
I can’t seem to to ever get them to work
In manual mode
4 auto
What am I missing?
Is something wrong with my 392?
 
You can enable and disable them in the settings menu
 

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Once enabled in the menu you dont need to put the trans shifter in M, just start using the paddles.
 
You can enable and disable them in the settings menu
Wow! I never would have guessed paddle shifters was a settings option. I’ll make sure they’re disabled on mine. On my old Honda Pilot I had paddle shifters, and occasionally I would bump them by accident, shifting at an unwanted time. Paddle shifters are neat, unless you have clumsy hands like me and accidentally hit them.
 
Wow! I never would have guessed paddle shifters was a settings option. I’ll make sure they’re disabled on mine. On my old Honda Pilot I had paddle shifters, and occasionally I would bump them by accident, shifting at an unwanted time. Paddle shifters are neat, unless you have clumsy hands like me and accidentally hit them.
Once enabled in the menu you dont need to put the trans shifter in M, just start using the paddles.
And to get out of manual just hold the right paddle for a straight second in it goes back into automatic.
 
And to get out of manual just hold the right paddle for a straight second in it goes back into automatic.
Hold it how? Won’t it just upshift if you press it?
 
Hold it how? Won’t it just upshift if you press it?
You can just start up shifting or down shifting with the paddles with out shifting the knob into manual mode but it stays in manual mode. To get out of the paddle shifters…hold the right paddle for a second or 2 and it will switch back to auto. It won’t shift if you hold it. The other option to get back to auto is to move the shift knob left then back to right
 
When you accidentally or purposefully hit the paddles while driving in Auto a message comes up on the splash screen telling you to hold the right paddle to disengage manual mode.
 
When you accidentally or purposefully hit the paddles while driving in Auto a message comes up on the splash screen telling you to hold the right paddle to disengage manual mode.
When my hands are already at 10 and 2, I typically just hold the right paddle to return to “D”. However, when my hands are not in position, common when turning the steering wheel, I typically cycle the shift knob to return to “D”, which I find is easier and less confusing than chasing the right paddle on a turned or turning steering wheel.
 
Can someone tell me why I could get paddle shifting disabled message?
I can’t seem to to ever get them to work
In manual mode
4 auto
What am I missing?
Is something wrong with my 392?
I leave my disabled so I don't bump a shift, which seems way to easy to do
 
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