11. Switch on the ignition! All gear positions of the system are displayed by a number or segment flashing on the display in sequence. Then, the indicated gear must be selected by the user. Gear selection takes place in two phases as the vehicle is positioned on two different gradients. In the first phase, the vehicle should be facing forward on a gradient and positioned in the opposite direction of the second phase.
12. The end of the first phase is indicated by the display of a line (Fig 7.12) Between the two phases, you have about 60 seconds to change the position of the vehicle. The lapse of this time is indicated on the display by a downward count from 9-0. The gear positions are taught in the phases in the following order: gears 1 to 6 (Figs 7.2 - 7.7) reverse gear (Fig 7.11) center neutral position (Fig 7.15), left neutral position (Fig 7.16) and right neutral position (7.17)
13. If the vehicle does not have a sixth gear, obviously it cannot be selected. When requested, in the first phase to select sixth gear, the gear shift lever should remain in the previous position and not moved. The system recognizes the shift lever has not moved and skips to the second phase. This also applies to the absence of a fifth gear. Once the programming phase has been completed, the system stores the gear positions and subsequently starts to recognize the gear position (flashing ceases).However, a programming teach phase can be initiated each time the system is switched on by putting the gear shift lever in first and fourth gears twice. The programming procedure can be interrupted by switching off the power supply by turning off the ignition. This can be helpful if errors are made during the procedure.
14.Each time the ignition is switched on, the display flashes for several seconds. If the first and fourth gears are not selected within the given time (as described) the electronic display changes to a normal mode the last programming assignment is displayed.