Originally Posted by Ronen91
No I was in neutral when getting of the highway, came to a full stop, and then put it in gear. Although I have done this before, the car doesn't like it, and neither do I
SRA is really useless, I had a gigantic crack in my windshield and told me it was an act of god and couldn't help me tow it to the dealer. The crack grew another 6 inches from that drive!
I had it replaced at safelite
So the Tech, (who was replacing my undercover/skidplate, which he openly admitted to forgetting to screw on completely after an oil change, but really felt bad an apologized O.O) that fell off and cracked said he wanted to take a ride along, we went through the steps again and we realized I must of had my full lock on.
Which I recall from the highway that I did. After you turn off the car it resets hahaha
Thank you guys for your help and concerns!
So all that was caused from the dccd being in lock or is there other problems that they are fixing. That kind of event should not happen from being in lock. The only time the car should act up from being in lock would be like the diff binding up when turning really sharp at low speeds or turning while backing up. I've driven my car plenty of times in full lock and have never had any sort of even like you described.