If you are referring to the automatic engine stop when in neutral, I’d agree that it made learning this thing harder. I’ve developed a habit of leaving the clutch in until I’ve decided whether I’m going to be stopped long enough to kill the engine.
Thanks for the info. no clunks or any concerning sounds. It is light throttle and your theory about the rocking affecting my throttle pressure makes sense. I don’t think it’s a car issue and happens quite rarely. Just happy to have a plausible explanation.
Shifting into first from neutral after a stop. Trying to accelerate but the car isn’t having it. No noises that I can hear other than the pitch of the engine going up and down in time with the lurching.
Pretty sure this is driver error, but could someone explain why the car might rock back and forth after shifting into first as if the transmission hasn’t fully engaged? Its like the power is there, then it’s not, then it is, etc. Maybe I nearly stalled it?
Shifting into second resolves the...
I was referring to your post in this thread: https://www.integraforums.com/forum/threads/how-to-turn-off-lane-assist.50693/post-825048
I had assumed that thread was related to the warning that you get from lane departure, and not the LKAS system, but maybe I misunderstood.
Interesting. And I saw that you have the lane departure system disabled from another thread. I wonder if there's a fault that would cause the force-feedback to engage unexpectedly. I also wonder if there's a way to further disable the steering wheel feedback other than the menu option, which...
I have the stock spoiler and I've experienced the trunk issue. I've also had the driver's door not respond to the key fob. In both cases, I remember them opening after a minute or two without intervention.
I'm still learning this thing, but usually after 3k. I've been more focused on rev hang and not shaking the car, less on shifter-feel. If I have someone else with me, I've found it better to shift earlier, closer to 2k.
Hard to say without experiencing it. Does it feel the same if you shift at lower vs higher RPM? From personal experience, shifts sometimes feel very smooth, and sometimes feel "notchy" as some youtube reviews described. I can't recall whether the difference in feel aligns with a specific gear.