One thing that I don't like about the legend tranny is when you go from reverse to drive it takes a small second and it's just annoying. Especially when you pull out in like traffic and try to put it in drive and it's like there and then jumps into gear w/ a small burn of rubber!
Car 1: 95 Sherwood Sedan
Car 2: 94 Canterbury Sedan
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Originally Posted by Pinyix
Actually, I half expected your "guess what I just did" thread to say "I broke up with my boyfriend".
Well you know what. If he doesn't quit being an ass to my car I will! We actually just got into a fight because I "don't care about what kind of house we buy or where my (his) shit is gonna go, only if my car will have a nice place inside" Hell yeah I do because my car isn't sitting outside all winter again. He tried to take my car yesterday and I wouldn't tell him where my keys were
shit thas really bad, i used to do that all the time, shift from reverse str8 to park on a roll, then after a short time within a few weeks my transmission went out. costs a fortune, its worth to wait and let the car take its time especially cold winter days lettin the legend heat up u kno, u have to take care of it anywayz they r old cars.
Car 1: 1997 BMW 528i
Car 2: 1994 Accord Sedan EX
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i'm confused, the thread title says one thing, the first post says different...
shifting from R to D is bad on the tranny mounts, bad on the tranny but not terrible. R to P is terrible on the tranny and will make your tranny brake very quickly.
I do the "R to D" to an extent. I only put the car in R and step on the gas for 1 sec, then I pop it into neutral while coasting and I still am rolling a little when I drop it into drive, but the rpms are down in the 750 range and my speed is like 1 mph tops.
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