I have a friend that is always putting his car in neutral and revving it up and I find that the coolest thing in the world. If someone could tell me how I can put my 2006 Civic in neutral while in motion that would be amazing.
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You can put your car into neutral by moving the gear selector into the position marked "N".
I do this all the time (when coming to a stop). Don't hit the shifter button, just gently tap the shifter forwards into "N", same thing to get back into "D".
Revving in neutral is all fun and games, just makes sure the engine goes back down to idling RPMs before getting back into "D". If not, you'll get a big forward lurch, which I don't imagine is too good for the transmission.
You can put your car to "N" just by selecting/changing gear knob/selector to "N".
I drove Grand Cheroke last week and it was awesome experience there I did the same, press the button on gear shaft(selector) and move to 'N'