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I live on top of a hill and notice this every morning as I come down. I read in the manual that DSG will down shift to provide engine breaking and maintain speed. In my situation, this happens when engine is cold and I don't want it reving at 2500-3000 RPM. So, my solution has been that I manually control DSG via paddle shifter and keep RPMs around 2000.
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