How to get back to auto shifting after using paddles?

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  1. D4SSWME

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    how do you get the shifting back to auto shifts after using paddle shifting?

    Thank you for your help
     
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    Hold the right paddle (+) for a couple seconds.
     
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    Agreed...maybe even a second will do it. It goes back to auto very quickly;)
     
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    Unless you pulled the shifter to the left to put it in manual. If so you have to move it back to the right.
     
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    Thanks Guys. Haven't used the paddles yet and will give it a shot on the next drive
     
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    You can also try the auto/shifter stick. I've used mine once for about a minute or so:eek:. Like having both hands on the wheel;) so paddles are preferred.:D
     
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    If you haven't moved the shifter to the left and you use the paddles, it'll automatically go back into full auto like a minute or two later. Also you can do what was said above and just hold the + paddle for a second or two.. Another way is to just quickly move the shifter to the left (which PS it in paddle shift mode) and then just pop it back to the right (for auto mode)
     

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