An explanation of how CAGS works
CAGS (or Computer Aided Gear Selection) is a EPA fix to force a driver to get better gas mileage. CAGS will activate under the following conditions:
the engine coolant temperature is higher than 169°F,
vehicles speeds are 15-19 mph and
The throttle percentage is 21 or less
When the above conditions are met, the computer will tell a solenoid mounted behind the shifter to activate and extend. When this solenoid is activated and extended, the shifter will not be able to go into second gear. This will force the driver to shift into 4th gear (but the driver can actually shift into any other gear as well).
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