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Depend on whether it is automatic or manual and if you had the car in gear. If automatic, your parking pin in the transmission may have broken.

If manual, yes something in the clutch or gears may be damaged.

IMO, if your park is still working, then no damage has been done. Pushing the car 6ft would not damage either the gears or clutch on a manual, and the only damage that could be done to an A/T would be to break the Park Pall.

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Q: If a car was parked and another car pushed it a couple of yards could this cause same damage to the drivetrain?
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