2013 Mustang v6 - Accidental Neutral Drop - Any Possible Consequences? - Page 2 - Ford Mustang Forum
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I do this all the time with my 5.0 auto. I think it's a safe guard so you won't fly off the line when putting it back in drive from neutral. I always rev my exhaust and it only moves when it goes back to 2k rpm range.

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What's possible? With enough force a band inside the transmission could break. With just one light hit it should be alright. Don't push your luck and avoid it from accidentally happening again.

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What's possible? With enough force a band inside the transmission could break. With just one light hit it should be alright. Don't push your luck and avoid it from accidentally happening again.
Undoubtedly I will be careful from now on. How can u tell if the band inside the transmission is broken or damaged?
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