Question about Honda Civic
I was driving a year 2001 toyota NZE car sedan to a parking bay and errenously shifted from D to R and about to get to P a sharp sound came from the gear box and i istopped immediately.I was at an average speed of between 20 -25kmph.
I have been using the vehicle after this incident and all the operations that is automatic gear shifting in D position and also to reverse are okey and no strange noise has been experienced.
Kindly advice on the dangers of such an operation and the remedy in future like a gear shift lock.
The noise you heard was probably the park locking mechanism trying to engage on the notches in the transmission gear train. If the car holds itself in P range there is no need to worry. These things can happen and normally manufacturers are aware of this and safety devices are already in place to limit damage or injury.e.g the parking mechanism is a small pin that will eventually break first withi=out causing the gear train to lock.
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With the ignition in the ON position, battery positive voltage is supplied to the automatic transmission shift lock control switch. The circuit continues through the normally-closed switch to the automatic transmission shift lock control solenoid. The park/neutral safety switch provides a path to ground for the automatic transmission shift lock control solenoid in the PARK position. This energizes the automatic transmission shift lock control solenoid, mechanically locking the shift linkage in the PARK position. When the driver presses the brake pedal the contacts in the automatic transmission shift lock control switch open, causing the automatic transmission shift lock control solenoid to de-energize. This allows the shift lever to move from the PARK position. When the shift lever is out of the PARK position the contacts in the neutral safety switch open and the automatic transmission shift lock control solenoid is de-energized.
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Since you must work under the vehicle to adjust most shift linkages make sure you properly raise and support the vehicle before working under it. Also, wear safety glasses or goggles while working under the vehicle.
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