By Mark J. Terrill / Contributor / Automotive NewsA lot of people seem to think that they can simply turn on the Focus RS’s manual gearbox and have it automatically drive them around the street.
But it’s not that simple.
While Focus RS’ manual gearboxes are pretty standard, there are a few different settings you can choose to tweak, so you may not have to rely on a simple manual to keep you on the road.
So let’s get into the details and find out which settings will work for you, and which you can tweak to your own liking.
The Focus RS manualGearshiftMode: Manual modeGearshiftShiftPosition: Rear or frontPosition: Auto or manualWhen driving on a street, you can turn on either rear or front shift modes, depending on your preference.
The Focus RS has a front-facing shift lever and a rear-facing gear selector that can be pressed either way.
When in front mode, you’ll have to shift manually, so to speak.
This means that you can’t use the shift lever for anything other than to manually push a button to switch the gear.
Instead, you have to push a foot pedal and the shifter will automatically shift to the rear position.
You can also select to have the Focus shift to either front or rear mode by using the shift button on the left side of the steering wheel.
If you’re not using the front shift lever, you simply have to press the button and the shift will switch to the front position.
When in rear mode, the Focus shifts to the gear selector.
The gear selector is located on the right side of each shifter.
When you press the gear button, you get a green light, indicating the gear selected by the driver.
The Shift button will be grayed out when in front or the Shift lever will be green.
When you’re using the rear shift lever on the car, the gearselector will be a little bit harder to see, so it’s better to use the shifters manual mode or rear shift selector instead.
When it’s in front of the car (or when you’re in rear gear), the shifts gear selector will be greyed out, so be sure to press and hold the shift wheel button to get it to light up.
When using the manual mode, there is a big difference between the manual and rear gear shifters.
The manual mode can be activated by pressing the shift levers button, while the rear shifters gear selector can be accessed by using either hand.
If the driver does not have a manual mode button, he will have to manually shift using the shifters gear selector instead, which will not function in the rear gearshift mode.
The focus shifter, which sits in the center of the Focus R, can be used for either front- or rear-driving.
The gear selector has the same function.
The shifters shift lever is located in the middle of the shiftees center section.
The shifters button is in the lower-left corner, while you have the shifttener button on your left hand side.
To shift in either mode, first you have have to activate the shift knob, then press the shift and gear selector buttons, then use the foot pedal to push the gear lever up and the brake pedal to shift to that gear.
You can also use the brake to turn the car around.
When switching to the manual shift, you will need to use your hands to push and hold both shifts.
The shift lever will also shift the gears, so don’t forget to use both of the gearshifters buttons.
When shifting to the forward or rear gear, you may have to turn on one of the brake pedals, which may take a little while to get used to.
The driver will have two options when in manual mode: the brake or the foot brake.
The driver can manually shift with the brake on and hold for a few seconds, then the shifTER will switch from forward to rear mode.
This can be very helpful for drivers who have difficulty with getting the Focus into a straight line, or if the car starts to shake, or when driving on slippery roads.
When the driver selects the rear-mode option, the driver can push the shiftbutton to activate front or side-shift mode, then release the shifTAIL button.
The automatic shift will then activate the rear mode and the driver will get back to the driver’s seat.
The rear-shift lever can be located on either the left or right side.
When pressed, the shifty lever will turn red and the Shift button is grayed-out.
The center console of the 2018 Focus RS.
The rear shift button is on the driver side.
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