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Can i drive my elantra automatic on neutral N position for long distance

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You can, but don't, no reason to.
Thx, EJ

Posted on Oct 09, 2010

  • maher shwagfeh Oct 09, 2010

    thanks Sir..if i do,,it will damage the Gear or something else...?

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