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I have had this car 3 days and noticing a hesitation when start up and reverse out of garage like a spurt and higher rev? Anyone else experiencing it and the auto emergency break is a pain. I know I can dismantle it to do it manually but got to figure it out along with the sport mode switch?
 

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Not experiencing any issues. With regards to the park brake, with brake applied push down on the switch. Sport mode is off untill you turn it on
 

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Not experiencing any issues. With regards to the park brake, with brake applied push down on the switch. Sport mode is off untill you turn it on
Yes I know but there is a way to do it manually and not have it automatically engaged which I prefer.
 

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Maybe I am misunderstanding because it only engages automatically when you shut off the vehicle
Yes it does but there is a way to bypass this so if on flat surface or parked you don’t have to engage it. You can manually engage it by pulling the switch up. I really never used the em brake on my 3 but maybe 4 times in 5 years only on my old Mazda 3 manual in first gear or reverse on a uphill.
 

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The electronic parking break engages every time you turn the car off. It’s a safety feature. Why wouldn’t you want this?

I guess if you’re insistent you can cancel it. These are the instructions how. You’d have to do it every time though.
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Actually I just talked to my service guy about the hesitation and the parking brake. Actually he gets it....I actually really never needed my parking brake on in my 3 unless on a hill. I will just deal and the AT is all computed and it seems it takes a second or two to adjust the shift of park to reverse but it is noticeable and if continues let them know. I know this tech is all new but dude I am not the only one talking of the hesitation.
 

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Actually I just talked to my service guy about the hesitation and the parking brake. Actually he gets it....I actually really never needed my parking brake on in my 3 unless on a hill. I will just deal and the AT is all computed and it seems it takes a second or two to adjust the shift of park to reverse but it is noticeable and if continues let them know. I know this tech is all new but dude I am not the only one talking of the hesitation.
The parking brake is called the parking brake for a reason: you should use it when you park your car. Many people think you only need to use your parking brake (also called the emergency brake) when parking on a hill or if your car has a manual transmission. This is incorrect; whether your car is a manual or automatic, the terrain is hilly or flat, you should use your parking brake every time you park.
I will let you google the answer on why you should use it.
 
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