Make: 1999 Honda Accord V6 coupe (automatic)
My car is in immaculate condition I brought this car new and this car has ONLY BEEN BACK TO THE same dealership that I brought it from 8 years ago. The car has NEVER missed a service in 8 years. I have never had any issues with the car until now. The engine is still shiny you could almost eat of it. For the past year or so the car has intermittently refused to come out of park. When I press the brake pedal and shifter button the car will not move out of park. Initially I would use the "shift release" under the shifter to release the gear shifter and be on my way. After that the car would be fine for months. I am a very pro-active guy and I had pointed this out to the dealer. I have a good relationship with them (especially since I have spent alot of money there). As of yesterday the car now will not come out of park unless I use the "shift release". I used to hear a little click when I would step on the brake pedal which indicated that the shifter has been released but now I do not. I am a little upset as I tried to be pro-active and inform the dealership but since there has been a overturn of mechanics, management and staff the service has fallen below par. Suffice it to say I am not sure what the issue is and would like some guidance as to what the problem could be. Could you assist? P.S. I do not have any issues through any of the gears once I release it and believe it or not the car still drives like new.
have the same problem?
Thursday, June 14th, 2007 AT 12:20 AM