The parking in P is not recommended at all without a handbrake, that massive DAZ sound is created because your car is resting at the load of transmission if handbrake isn't applied. Therefore that DAZ sound means you have overworked your transmission with force and weight of car which will ultimately result in a longer run and time that your transmission will be giving away some day causing parts to break inside or wear off. As far as the other TAK sounds are concerned thats a mystery and not happens with every car. Some are smooth while a few encounter this. Once a mechanic at Honda lined my brake pads with packing of metal between pads and calipers to tighten them up. And it went absolutely away, many days passed and there was no sound at all, this giving rise to the notion that its the pad that moves and creates this sound against hitting calipers on to and fro movement. This is why Honda changed my calipers too but as soon as new calipers were fitted and those metal packings removed, the sound effect came back after a little while. I asked them to change my pads which might be slightly smaller in size creating trouble according to this theory but they didn't do it and changed calipers instead. All this is coming down to one observation, the specification manufacturing and size of brake pads is not a perfect fit for the calipers.
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