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    Hola chicos,

    Tengo una duda gramatical y es la siguiente; me parece que el pronombre "it" no debe ir, pero me lo confirman please, muchas gracias. DIEGO

    A UNIQUE CHARACTERISTIC OF ALL THE MODELS LIES IN THE NEW ASSISTANCE SYSTEM TO MAINTAIN ITS DIRECTION, WITH WHICH IT CORRECTS THE STEERING WHEEL WHEN THE VEHICLE ......

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    Quote Originally Posted by diegonel
    Hola chicos,

    Tengo una duda gramatical y es la siguiente; me parece que el pronombre "it" no debe ir, pero me lo confirman please, muchas gracias. DIEGO

    A UNIQUE CHARACTERISTIC OF ALL THE MODELS LIES IN THE NEW ASSISTANCE SYSTEM TO MAINTAIN ITS DIRECTION, WITH WHICH IT CORRECTS THE STEERING WHEEL WHEN THE VEHICLE ......
    This may sound better:

    A unique feature in all the models is the new Assistance System that maintains direction by correcting the steering wheel when the vehicle...

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    muchas gracias por tu ayuda

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    Diegonel,

    I think Ecuanime’s solution is a good one.

    However, if you want to stick to your own version, you cannot leave “it” out, if you do, you also have to drop the “with”,
    that would be :
    ...the new assistance system which corrects the steering wheel...
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