Drive Type - Select if the vehicle is Rear, Front or All Wheel Drive
Transmission Type - Select what type of transmission is in the vehicle. Some common automatic transmissions are selectable from this dropdown, and important functions to enable will be highlighted in red to be enabled.
Number of Forward Gears - Select how many forward gears the transmission has. This setting is only available where a generic Transmission Type is selected.


This section is used to enable and disable any transmission function nodes in the Navigation Tree. 
Transmission function names can be clicked on to navigate to that functions relevant tree node.
Any errors will be highlighted in red for your attention.

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