run my vibe car in neutral position

Asked by Feb 15, 2009 at 09:01 AM about the 2007 Pontiac Vibe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

some fell from my windshield, i accidentally hit my stick shift while i was driving on the road to neutral position. And I didnt realize I hit to neutral position.  All I know my car start to slow down.  I am worry if that could damage my car engine.  i would appreciate if u reply to my email.
thanks.
johnee

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probably not. you could have been in the right RPM to do an RPM shift anyways, it is not actually necessary for a vehicle to have a clutch, it just makes things 10 times easier to drive. and if it was to damage something, it would have hurt the transmission. if you didnt hear the unmistakable sound of grinding gears, you'll be ok.

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