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I own a 2005 Toyota Rav4. I have to park outside, without a garage, since I live in the city. One day, in the very cold winter, I went out to turn on my car and realized that I didn't have to have my foot on the brake to put my car in drive. I know that I have had to in the past because, in moments of absent-mindedness, I have tried to put the car in drive (from being in park) and been unable to until I place my foot on the break. Since I was waiting for the car to warm up for awhile, I didn't have my foot on the brake this time, and when I put my car in drive it began to move forward... So next week I have a long car ride ahead of me - just wanted to make sure this wasn't a sign of a larger problem, say, early brake failure or anything like that. If anyone knows why this is happening, let me know!
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