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16:14. Mechanical transmission


Prevention

During the movement the right hand of the driver should not be constantly on the gear shifting lever handle; the effort from the weight of a hand is transferred to forks of inclusion of transfers that can result in the accelerated wear of forks.


The scheme of gear shifting is given in the gear shifting lever handle

The reverse gear should be turned on only at a full stop of the car. At the working engine it is necessary to squeeze out completely for several moments a coupling pedal in order to avoid noise at transfer inclusion.

By the included transfer of a backing and the included ignition backing lamps light up.

For providing the greatest compromise on fuel consumption and a run of the car it is recommended to adhere to the following recommendations about gear shifting depending on car speed.

Switching to the highest transfer

Transfer

Speed, km/h

1–2

24

2–3

40

3–4

65

4–5

72

Switching to the lowest transfer

Transfer
Speed, km/h
2–1
24
3–2
30
4–3
40
5–4
50

At movement along highways or when overtaking perhaps it will be required to increase engine turns to maximum. Observe admissible maximum speeds of the movement of the car on the corresponding transfers:

Engine 5S-FE
Transfer

Speed, km/h

The 1st

49

The 2nd

78

The 3rd

121

The 4th

156

Engine 3VZ-FE

Transfer
Speed, km/h

The 1st

52

The 2nd

83

The 3rd

127

The 4th

175