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I would think that allows you to just use the up and down toggle buttons on the handle for shifting. I would just look at the online 21 f150 owners manual to answer your question.
 
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I’m not sure to be honest
Either way I am so glad it will have it because I wanted a stick shift so bad but when I could not have the bigger engine or mid package with a stick shift I had to go an automatic. I guess this is the next best thing I can still play with the gears in manual mode. Do anyone know if it has 6 gears in Manual drive or the 10 gears lol.
 

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I could be mistaken. But it looks to me ,with the Automatic there is a manual mode below Drive on the selector that gives you full range speed selection.
I believe rock crawl is on the goat mode wheel also.
Would be great to see some coverage or literature on the manual auto bypass from someone that knows.
 
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I could be mistaken. But it looks to me ,with the Automatic there is a manual mode below Drive on the selector that gives you full range speed selection.
I believe rock crawl is on the goat mode wheel also.
Would be great to see some coverage or literature on the manual auto bypass from someone that knows.
I can see the rock crawl just being in the goat mode. Do u think the M mode has more to do with the sport end of it
 

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Is it the same as the F-150
Just looked. Ranger has a "S" under drive and f150 has a "M", but if you put the transmission in either of those two positions (based on which truck you are in), it allows you to use the rocker switch to shift up or down when you want.
 
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Just looked. Ranger has a "S" under drive and f150 has a "M", but if you put the transmission in either of those two positions (based on which truck you are in), it allows you to use the rocker switch to shift up or down when you want.
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I assume the “software” on the drivetrains are the same. Just curious with all of the additional off-road capabilities of these new Broncos
 
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Assuming this is like a lot of the other manufacturers out there. Based on what I’ve seen in the walk-around and stuff it seems its for the same “manual” simulation. If so it will work something like this...

You’ll be able to manually adjust the gears of the 10 speed auto with the + to up shift and - to down shift, but you wont be able to go up or down if it would hurt the transmission.