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Old 04-11-2004, 11:08 AM
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M3 SMG VS. 330ci SMG

I know this applys to the m3 SMG, will it work on an 04 330ci's SMG?

"An additional, practical special function of the SMG, the so-called climbing assistant, permits pulling away on forward slopes almost without rolling back. It can be used both in the sequential and automatic mode, for forward and reverse travel. All the driver needs to do is to depress the service brake pedal with the car stationary and to pull the rocker switch on the steering wheel for a short period of time. When the service brake is released again, the M3 is ready to drive away within two seconds without first rolling away in an uncontrolled manner."

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Old 04-11-2004, 11:47 AM
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