How to Put Honda Civic in Neutral With Dead Battery

Have you ever found yourself with a dead battery in your Honda Civic, and no way to shift it into neutral? This can be a frustrating situation, but there is a simple solution. In this blog post, we will discuss how to put a Honda Civic in neutral with a dead battery.

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Step 1: Locate the Shift Lock Release Button

First, locate the shift lock release button in your Honda Civic. This button is typically located on the shifter assembly, which is the column between the driver and passenger seats. The shift lock release button is a small, square button that may be recessed or hidden behind a small cover.

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Step 2: Remove the Cover (If Applicable)

If the shift lock release button is hidden behind a cover, remove the cover by pressing down on the tab or lever that holds it in place. This will reveal the button.

Step 3: Press the Shift Lock Release Button

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Once you have located the shift lock release button, press and hold it down. While holding down the button, use your other hand to move the shifter out of park and into neutral. The shifter should move freely now that the shift lock has been released.

Step 4: Start the Engine

Now that the car is in neutral, you can start the engine. If the battery is completely dead, you may need to jump-start the car or replace the battery before driving it.

Conclusion

Putting a Honda Civic in neutral with a dead battery is a simple process that can be completed in just a few steps. By following these steps, you can quickly and easily get your car into neutral and get it back on the road. Remember to always take safety precautions when working with a dead battery, and if you are unsure about any aspect of the process, consult a professional.