It could damage the transmission. Normally it will break or damage the park pall gear. From your question, I have to assume you have doen this. If there appears to be no damage, then don't worry about it. You may be ok. You bet it is! If you actually manaqged to get it into park - then you would have had to go from drive to neutral to reveres then park - Have no clue how you maanaged that! Unless you have a manual xmission. However, there is also a parking pin that goes into the transmission that may now be broken off - bad!
Set the parking brake before you put the shift in park when parking.Take shift out of park before releasing the parking brake when driving.
Erratic RPMs while driving or in park could be due to a faulty oxygen sensor. It is also possible that poor gas is being used.
Sometimes when used to driving manual transmissions, we forget to press the brake pedal to release the safety so we can shift the automatic into gear. It will not shift out of park unless you do this.
Put your foot on the brake.
If the trans has a load on it sometimes the shaft that goes into the park gear wont move. if on a hill get someone to push uphill while taking out of park if on flat ground rock it while trying to shift.
have you got the sterring lock on Maybe you forgot to push your brake -pedal. While pushing your shift handle will move.
Into Park or out of Park?
Nothing. It will keep on driving. There is a safety on the gear that will not enable it to be activated while in movement. It may destroy your gear though.
Hold your brake down while doing so.
If you do not have your car turned on the vehicle will not shift out of park. You also have to have your foot of your brake.
Typically, that indicates that the brake interlock is non-functional. A few cars will not shift out of park unless you are holding the brake. Most new cars will not shift into park unless you hold the brake. It could also mean that your locking pawl is bound up because you are parked on a hill. If that is the case, you can enlist the help of some friends to push or rock the car back and forth while you try to shift, That takes the load off the pawl and un-binds it. If you find that to be the problem and you have no choice but to park on the hill, avoid it by setting the hand brake before you shift into park.
The tranny is probably ****** so it wants to shift while its on P or park so I suggest get a new transmission
eat/drink talk on phone smoke change gears stop park steer
while you are in park? That should be normal. While in gear or driving, no that isn't.
If your Mercedes won't shift out of park, you might have an issue with the brake sensor or the brake itself. The brake must be fully depressed in order to shift from park to drive or reverse.
why is my 2006 Nissan altima gear shift stuck in park
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Check the brake pedal sensor sounds like this is your problem assuming that you are pressing the pedal while trying to shift out of park
Youd probably be safer to at least pull off the road and park.
eat/drink, talk on phone, smoke, steer, change gears, stop, park
gear shiftner will not move out of park
Depress the brake pedal to shift.
Shift interlock. Push the brake and shift into gear and if it is cold out you may have to push hard on the button on the shifter while holding the brake.
its going to be some were on the tranny a small metal rode is going to be connected to the park/shift solenoid and that metal rode runs throw and connects to your shift handle inside the car/truck