Originally Posted by dhlee528
kinda similar to this, (funny story)
back in 2007, my friend bought 07 mazda 6 AT, he revved engine in N position then switch to D, after that car no longer move forward in D position, he had to shift to M mode then car would start moving forward, and switch back to D and car would work fine. (so he had to do this every time he made complete stop) He took it to dealer and they said tranny was broken.
this happened within couple of month of the purchase of brand new car
good thing this repair was covered under warranty..
OMG, he did that on purpose though and to a new car! No loud bang or thud? My cousins and I used to do that to an old raggedy '78 Thunderbird to keep it from stalling.