Thanks for testing but I could have done without the arrogance and condescension. Of course I'm not trying to put it into N. Of course I'm trying to move it one click at a time but it slips into N with little to no difference in number or sound of click(s). Unless I'm extremely careful and push it very slowly it does what it wants.
When shifting from L to D, without the trigger, there is significant resistance to over come. There is no such resistance from D to N when it wants to go all the way from L to N. So I have to first push hard enough to over come this resistance, then know the exact point I will over this resistance so that I can suddenly stop before it actually makes the click noise. As the noise occurs when it has reached D or N. Not before.
This is not correct. The behaviour should not change whether my foot is on the accelerator or not and at the very least there should be equal resistance between D and N as between D and L. Otherwise I have to take my eyes off the road to avoid accidentally putting it in N and the added wear of the sudden torque of putting it back into D from N at highway speeds.
Edited by openair, 19 July 2017 - 01:35 PM.