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If you had read the first post I made in this thread and you would have seen that the "SVT" light in the right hand side of the cluster can be adjusted for different rpm shift points, but the shift arrow in the left cluster is not adjustable.
My mistake, now KFY!


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Hi bglotz33,

My name is Deysha from Ford Customer Service. Like duckbubbles mentioned, this is an upshift light. It illuminates when it is best to shift to the next highest manual transmission gear to maximize fuel economy. You can find this info in the Shelby GT500 Supplement guide. This is not an option you can disable.

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Actually it can be disabled in the program.


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