Check the fluid level. If it is ok, then a transmission shop is the next thing. Ask around to find a good trustworthy shop. Talk to your friends about where to take your car for repairs.
Depends on the transmission. Many transmission bands are not adjustable.
Check your Automatic Transmission fluid level
The shifter. D is for drive which is forward and R is for reverse. N is for neutral. You have to have the breaks pressed down all the way in order to move out of park and into D or R.
Put it into reverse when moving rapidly forward.
Most likely issue is a motor mount collapsed. The second most likely is a misfire.
My 2001 hyundai accent has no reverse
Sounds like you need it reworked.
until you face a wall.
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 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.
Make sure transmission fluid level is correct Bad transmission pump?
Low Transmission fluid
If the automatic transmission on a 2002 Kia Rio won't go into park and there is no reverse, there is a problem inside the transmission with the gear bands. Each gear has a separate band and sometimes they wear out. New bands need to be put in or a new transmission needs to be installed.
If referring to the letters on the gear shift, they are commonly called the prindle, for Park, Reverse, Neutral, Drive and Low. The stamped identification numbers on the transmission itself are the id numbers with additional information such as build sequence and the date of manufacture.
could be a bad motor or transmission mount
its in nutreal reverse pr out of gear
If an automatic transmission ,broken bands in the tranny.
Three. Or (with overdrive) four. Plus reverse, of course!
Inside the transmission for both manual and automatic.
automatic transmission solenoid switch latched in low/reverse position
There can be several things that will an automatic transmission not to work properly. The most common cause is a lack of transmission fluid. Broken shifting linkage can also cause the problem.
It will be located on the transmission.