The belt works in compression (push), not tension (pull) so it would not stretch. If the belt were damaged the transmission would most likely be scrapped. At least for now Dodge dealers do not work on the CVT. They send it to the manufacture.HSKR said:Since there are belts, the worste that could happen is the belts stretch and need replaced.
In the DC area, featherfooting will get you a lot of annoyed drivers, horns, fingers, and maybe some road rage! Very agressive drivers around here!welshboi82 said:Thank you for the info Litesong. I've been practicing Standard driving in a 91 Ford Escort, where I have to give a fair amount of gas. Practicing the art of Zen Acceleration should be interesting