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Old 03-10-2013, 03:48 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by VOLDAR View Post
If you are talking about the car moving forward or backward when an incline, after you stop it and put it in P, I think it is normal. Simple physics. It acts as any MT car act when on an incline. I know all my other cars (MT) did this. My DCT does it too, this is why I use first the hand brake then I put it on P. I did this for more than 10 years now, since I put my first "remote start" in my MT equipped car. In the MT equipped cars, the transmission must be in neutral if you want the remote start to work. So, not a biggy for me and you should not worry.
true,, all cars w/ all types of trannys will move a smidge on an incline w/ o the parking brake on.. totally normal...
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