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15:50 Apr 4, 2005
German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Automotive / Cars & Trucks
German term or phrase: Gassenaktuatorik
context: automotive

Stellkraft, Gassenaktuatorik, sprich (as in Der Aktuator ist lediglich eine bewegte Masse, sprich die Kolbenstange des Pneumatikzylinders).
Lori Larsen-Hoff
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2 +1Gassenposition = (gear shift) gate position
xxxFrancis Lee
1pneumatic actuation system

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pneumatic actuation system

Just a guess, but didn't Citroen have a pneumatic lifting system way back in the 70s? Maybe something like that.

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Gassenposition = (gear shift) gate position

The Gassenposition refers to which "lane" or "channel" the gearstick is in (first gear generally being diagonally opposite from reverse, for example).
No idea what "Gassenaktuatorik" is, however.

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agree  TransWolf: Look for gate selector gate here: http://www.nfauto.co.uk/prices.htm
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