what does the A/T Power button do?

Asked by Jun 04, 2007 at 06:42 PM about the 2004 Suzuki XL-7 LX 4WD

Question type: General

What does the A/T Power button acctualy do?

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Not sure exactly what it means but i know it's an "extra power" button and should increases the rev counter as soon as you hit the button. Owners manual will tell you exactly what it means.

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Per the owners manual, it is used for when you need a little extra power pulling hills, towing or loaded heavier and supposed to give you a little more rpm's between shift patterns. Good Luck

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I just bought a 2002 model today and do not have the owners manual. As I live in Florida probably will never need for hills so should it stay in N or P? Gavin

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If it's flat land, leave it in "N", (Neutral). You don't need to activate the power band for flat land if you aren't towing anything.

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QUESTION CAN I DRIVE WITH THE A/T BUTTON ON AT ALL TIMES

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