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    I have a 2015 SE6 and all I have to do is brush or breath on the paddle shifter to up shift. This causes unplanned up shifts at times.
    Is it possible to adjust the pressure required to up shift?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fatcycledaddy View Post
    I have a 2015 SE6 and all I have to do is brush or breath on the paddle shifter to up shift. This causes unplanned up shifts at times.
    Is it possible to adjust the pressure required to up shift?
    I doubt it ….. It's not cable actuated …. it's electrical ….. Mike

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    This sounds like a defective switch or problems with the shift electronics. The best way is to take it to the dealer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BLUEKNIGHT911 View Post
    I doubt it ….. It's not cable actuated …. it's electrical ….. Mike
    I knew it was electronic, but I thought that maybe, like a brake light switch, the amount of travel of the button before contact to activate switch could be adjusted.

    Thanks for the responses!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fatcycledaddy View Post
    I knew it was electronic, but I thought that maybe, like a brake light switch, the amount of travel of the button before contact to activate switch could be adjusted.

    Thanks for the responses!!
    I suppose that is possible …. but if you take it apart …. be very careful , I think there are springs in there …… Mike

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