The yellow LED, labeled T (Troubleshooting), indicates the EGS is carrying out a troubleshooting self-test.
c. Changing Direction of Travel.
The vehicle must be stationary, and the throttle position must be at idle, before a new direction of
travel can be selected.
Direction of travel and gear selection is selected as follows:
Forward Movement. To select an F (Forward) gear, driver must push shift lever forward. To
request a higher gear, driver must rotate the shift lever in a forward direction.
Reverse Movement. To select an R (Reverse) gear, shift lever must be pulled toward the driver. To
request a higher gear, driver must rotate the shift lever in a forward direction. To downshift, driver
must rotate shift lever in a rearward direction.
Neutral. N (Neutral) can be selected by placing the shift lever in the central detent position.
The EGS has a built-in protection system that prevents the transmission from selecting a new direction of travel until
after the vehicle has come to a standstill, and the throttle position is at idle. After a change of direction, first gear is
automatically selected, and the driver is free to make further gear selections.
Drive mode cannot be changed until vehicle
is stationary and in N (Neutral).
The DRIVE MODE switch allows the driver to select
2WD (two-wheel drive) or 4WD (four-wheel drive). The
vehicle must be stationary and in N (Neutral) before
changing the drive mode.