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Fusion white 2014 Proceed GT Tech
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If you have a 2018+ Ceed and it is automatic, I assume it is DCT?

If yes, and as I understand it, the very last thing you should be doing is using he brakes in slow moving traffic. The car will be continually disengaging and reengaging the clutches, causing the wobble. And accelerating wear on the clutch packs, of course. From what I've read, you should wait for a gap to open, let the car run, stop and wait again for a gap. But hopefully someone with day-to-day experience of the Hyundai/KIA DCT will be along to confirm or deny this!
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