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Acura Vigor 1993 with AT moves foreward in reverse?

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2006-06-12 14:23:51
2006-06-12 14:23:51

One of two things...... 1. the transmission cable linkage is way out of adjustment, or the shft linkgae assembly is damaged. 2. transmission is shot. Sorry, but that's about all it could be

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