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Mazda 6 Owners Manual: Active Adaptive Shift (AAS)

Active Adaptive Shift (AAS) automatically controls the transaxle shift points to best suit the road conditions and driver input. This improves driving feel. The transaxle may switch to AAS mode when driving up and down slopes, cornering, driving at high elevations, or depressing the accelerator pedal quickly while the selector lever is in the D position. Depending on the road and driving conditions/vehicle operations, gear shifting could be delayed or not occur, however, this does not indicate a problem because the AAS mode will maintain the optimum gear position.

Shift Position Indication
  The selector position is indicated when the ignition is switched ON. Gear position indication   In manual shift mode, the “M” of the shift position indication illuminates ...

Manual Shift Mode
The manual shift mode gives you the feel of driving a manual transaxle vehicle by allowing you to operate the selector lever manually. This allows you to control engine rpm and torque to the drive ...

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Mazda 6 Owners Manual: Tiedown Hooks (Some models)
CAUTION Do not use the front and rear tiedown eyelets for towing the vehicle. They have been designed only for securing the vehicle to a transport vessel during shipping. Using the eyelets for any other purpose could result in the vehicle being damaged. Tiedown Hooks 1. Remove the tiedown eye ...

Mazda 6 Owners Manual: How to Arm the System
1. Close the windows and the moonroof  securely (some models). 2. Switch the ignition OFF. 3. Make sure the hood, the doors, and the trunk lid are closed. 4.Press the lock button on the transmitter or lock the driver's door from the outside with the auxiliary key. The hazard warning light ...

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