The easiest and cheapest answer is that it is low on transmission fluid. If that is not the case, then the transmission must be rebuilt.
tranmission on way out reverse usally goes first got one for 100
sounds like a motor or transmission mount is your likely problem
It may mean your transmission is damaged, and is applying too much torque. You may have lost fluid through a crack in the transmission. A qualified transmission mechanic can determine if the transmission needs to be repaired or replaced.
There can be several things that will cause your transmission not go into reverse. The most common cause is the gear in the transmission is worn.
If your 1995 Chevy 2500 truck won't go in reverse, you got some transmission problems.
An s-10 transmission with no reverse most likely has an internal problem. The shifter fork or a gear issue can cause no transmission reverse.
transmission leak in reverse only
Torque converter or vacuum leak
95% of GM autos with no reverse will need to repair the transmission 95% of GM autos with no reverse will need to repair the transmission
Low transmission fluid will make a car act like this. Check the transmission fluid and fill to the full line.
It's a matter of replacing the reverse position swith in the transmission. This switch tells the computer wheter it's in neutral, or reverse and when in reverse it triggers the reverse lights.
If it is an automatic transmission then your reverse clutch pack is probably burnt out in which case your transmission needs to be rebuilt If it it a manual transmission and it wont go into the reverse gear it is probably a shift synchronizer.
Depends on the transmission. Many transmission bands are not adjustable.
you got to replace to light bulbs
Put the van on the lift and drain the transmission fluid, next drop the transmission on a tranny jack and proceed to do a transmission overhaul. Reverse the proceedure to install.
If your van won't go into reverse, the transmission might be stuck. It could also be low on transmission fluid.
possibly a bad linkage between your shifter and your transmission, if that's not the problem its the reverse gear in your transmission
If you mean the transmission itself shifts forward, it is because the transmission is suspended, so when the transmission is put in reverse gear the momentum will push the transmission forward. Now, if the car pulls forward when put in reverse, this means there is a transmission problem. This may just indicate the shift linkages need adjustment, or that the transmission has a major problem and needs repairing. Take it to a shop and have it checked.
transmission is gone.
It is probly your transmission.
Tranny is shot.The reverse gear in your transmission had burned out
Everything points to the transmission being rebuilt or replaced. The reverse band broke, came loose etc.