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[Transmission] EGS 6 auto box
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(20-07-2017, 06:35 PM)myrtlesmum Wrote:  I started this thread in the Chat area ...sorry.
 So will start again.  I'm having trouble with a smooth start  in 1st and in reverse  as in juddering ! I must look like a complete idiot . Ive spoken to the dealer who sold it me , he says that they are sometimes like that. However some of you seem to get a smooth trasnsition and although I think Ive got a lot to get used to its not just me. !
 So, Ive been doing a bit of trawling about and came upon this forum and talk of the EGS6 in other Citroen models where there is reference to a software update and reprogrammed gearbox grid and clutch biting point .


http://www.citroenpicasso.org.uk/picasso...dder-cure/

Does anyone know anything about this ?
Mine sometimes is a bit "aggressive" releasing the clutch, especially when edging forward in traffic. Sometimes you have to steady it with the foot or handbrake. Saying that tho' the robot makes a pretty good job of gear selection, and it is a very pleasant driving car with good MPG
Richard 2015 Multispace XTR
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No such issues with mine, it's very smooth - provided you go gentle with the throttle. If you put the pedal to the metal it will take off, but stopping and starting is no problem at all with a delicate touch.
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(05-12-2017, 05:47 PM)rickandbev16 Wrote:  
(20-07-2017, 06:35 PM)myrtlesmum Wrote:  I started this thread in the Chat area ...sorry.
 So will start again.  I'm having trouble with a smooth start  in 1st and in reverse  as in juddering ! I must look like a complete idiot . Ive spoken to the dealer who sold it me , he says that they are sometimes like that. However some of you seem to get a smooth trasnsition and although I think Ive got a lot to get used to its not just me. !
 So, Ive been doing a bit of trawling about and came upon this forum and talk of the EGS6 in other Citroen models where there is reference to a software update and reprogrammed gearbox grid and clutch biting point .


http://www.citroenpicasso.org.uk/picasso...dder-cure/

Does anyone know anything about this ?
Mine sometimes is a bit "aggressive" releasing the clutch, especially when edging forward in traffic. Sometimes you have to steady it with the foot or handbrake. Saying that tho' the robot makes a pretty good job of gear selection, and it is a very pleasant driving car with good MPG
Richard 2015 Multispace XTR


Maybe it needs recalibrating or at least checking.
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