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The auto–speed control can be deactivated by the following ways.

The auto–speed control can be deactivated by the following ways.

(1) Push the main switch at the end of the lever. (Main switch OFF)
(2) Pull the auto–speed control lever toward you.

The auto–speed control can be deactivated automatically in any of the following ways.

(3) By slightly tapping the brake pedal or depressing it to reduce the speed.
(4) By depressing the clutch pedal (for models with the manual transmission).
(5) By moving the selector lever to the “N” (for models with the automatic transmission).
(6) When, on a steep slope, etc., the vehicle speed decreases to a speed which is 15 km/h or more below the set speed.
(7) When the vehicle speed decreases to 40 km/h or less.

WARNING

Although the auto–speed control can be deactivated by moving the selector lever to the “N” position, never move the selector lever to the “N” position while driving.

A serious accident could occur; the engine braking would be lost.

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