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Do you drive a car with an automatic transmission? 🚕 The interface of automatic vehicles is often simpler, and new drivers don't have to struggle with a seemingly unruly stick shift and clutch. But there are still some ways you can mess up your transmission. Here are 7 of the most dangerous mistakes you can make when driving an automatic! 📣 TIMESTAMPS: Don't shift from "drive" to "reverse" before your car stops moving 1:06 Never put your car in "park" before it stops completely 1:55 Don't put it in "neutral" at stop lights 2:56 Don't coast in "neutral" 3:53 Never “launch” your car from a standstill 4:44 Avoid keeping the gas tank on low 5:48 Do not let water get in the transmission 6:31 #automatictransmission #drivinghacks #drivingtips Music: https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music SUMMARY: - If your brakes wear down, replacing them will cost you around $200. But by constantly shifting from "drive" to "reverse" while the car’s still rolling, get ready for damage that can run you at least $2,500. - When you throw it in “park,” a pin locks the transmission output shaft, which connects it to the wheels of your car. But if the car’s still rolling when you do this, either the locking pin or the output shaft may break or become eroded. - It's better to keep your car in "drive" than to switch it to "neutral" when stopped at a light. First of all, when your car’s in "neutral," you don't have as much control over it. So if you need to make some emergency maneuver, you may not be able to execute it in time. - Cars with automatic engines are designed in such a way that they save fuel even if the gear is in "drive." They simply cut the fuel supply when you're going downhill. - Plenty of drivers launch their cars all the time. This causes serious harm to the bands and clutches of the automatic transmission. When you shift, they use friction to move definite parts. - Ignoring the low fuel light may eventually cost you much more than just filling your tank up, especially if your car has an automatic transmission. - If water gets into the transmission, you're in big trouble. Even the smallest amount of water, just an ounce, can wreak havoc on your car’s transmission to the point that it needs replaced. Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
This is a quick tutorial on how to get your car out of park. This car is a Honda accord. There are few reasons for car to be stuck in park . Few explanations are that the shift lock is worn damage or broken. The connection to the break release which is next to break petal like a plunger switch (shift lock solenoid) is not working or damage. The stop fuse is broken. the break light fuse is broken. the break lights are out.
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In this video I am going to show you how you can start a car that won't start, whether its due to a bad or weak battery, bad starter motor or even a bad ignition switch, there are tricks you can do to jump start a car without using a jump pack or jumper cables. These tricks are quick, easy and a cool way to start a car just make sure you follow the instructions closely. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Ratchets2015 Twitter: https://twitter.com/Ratchets15 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ratchetsandwrenches Disclaimer: Due to factors beyond the control of Ratchets and Wrenches, it cannot guarantee against unauthorized modifications of this information, or improper use of this information. Ratchets and Wrenches assumes no liability for any property or personal damage that may arise from doing a repair on your vehicle after watching any of my repair video's. Due to factors beyond the control of Ratchets and Wrenches, no information contained in this video shall create any express or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Again Any injury, damage or loss that may result from improper use of tools, equipment, or the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not Ratchets and Wrenches.
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So how do you shift the gear lever from Park (P) to Neutral (N) if you car battery or engine is dead? In this video, young mechanic Aiman will show you a method how to do just that. Keep in mind that this method works exclusively for Honda Accord and many other cars make and model with automatic transmission but not for all vehicles, minivan or SUVs.
Ordinarily, in order to move the gear lever or selector, you would start the engine or with the key at #2 ignition, press the brake pedal, shift or push the button on the gear lever or knob and you're good to go. But if you have no key, the battery is dead or the engine doesn't work and you need to move the car to another location? The wheels are locked by the transmission therefore you need to move the gear to Neutral in order to push the car manually.
This method was demonstrated on a 2004 Honda Accord, which is the same as 2003, 2005, 2006 & 2007 years DX LX & EX model as well as on a 2010 Honda Civic 8th Generation which cover the years 2008, 2009 and 2011 models. Other Honda models such as Element, CRV, Pilot & Odyssey should also be similar although the position of the slot might be a bit different from model and years.
If your Accord has an automatic transmission, it has a shift lock release. This is an important feature and it’s designed to let you shift out of park if the gear selector won’t move when you press the brake pedal. That can happen for a couple of reasons (shift lock solenoid failure, or brake light switch failure). To use the shift lock release, follow these steps:
- Put the parking brake on.
- Take the key out of the ignition.
- Put a cloth on the edge of the shift lock release slot cover to prevent scratches. Use a small flat-tip screwdriver or metal fingernail file to carefully pry up the edge of the cover and remove it from the slot
- When the cover is removed, insert the key into the slot.
- Push the key downward, while pulling the button on the front of the gearshift to move it out of park.
- Remove the key from the slot.
- Replace the cover.
- Put the key back in the ignition and put your foot on the brake.
- Crank the engine.
If you’re having to use the shift lock to get your car out of park, it means there’s a problem that needs to be repaired (brake light switch or shift lock solenoid). Have it checked by your dealer or certified automotive shops or garages.
Some other reasons why you would want to move the gear is when you want to remove, repair or replace the center pocket console or remove and replace the factory radio on your car.
We've done videos on that so if you're interested please check those out. Young mechanic Aiman are currently doing many auto repair & how to fix tutorial & guide videos on several cars as well so stay tuned for that...
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