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Hello benzers lover esp my old bbe the w210 ,well i ve noticed there is a lag from the 3rd shift to the fourth shift ,i ve to increase the rpm to decrease the shift laeg ... its 722.6 transmission 5 shifts... i know it normal but i need decrease that lag its annoying ...waiting you guys
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no real way to diagnose your transmission issue over the internet but at least
you can try by resetting your adaptive transmission to default and seeing if
that helps with anything. it serves to restore it to a baseline from which to
work from. if you're very lucky it may solve the lag. if not, you may need to
systematically try other guesses which you read by using the SEARCH feature
on this forum using keywords like 'shifting lag' 'transmission lag' 'shifting' etc

for starters, head to the STICKY and navigate to 'transmission - resetting'

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How to reset?
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How to reset?

Click on the STICKY thread that Raymond posted, scroll down to Transmission Reset and read it. All the info is available there, it's a simple process that almost anyone can perform.
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Ok bro..i 'll ..hope it works
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