I just read another persons witing on another site about this. He was having the same problem I am with his Pathfinder. We all wont go in reverse. His turned out to be the solenoids.
I am facing the same exact problem with my Nissan Altima 2000. Did you find the solution?
If your 93 Nissan Maxima will not go into reverse at all, your transmission is either getting ready to go out or you are low on transmission fluid. You should check your transmission fluid first before messing with the actual transmission.
Sounds like you need it reworked.
Try bypassing the reverse light switch that plugs into the transmission. If your reverse lights come on, voila! Problem solved. Buy a new switch.
NO. Not even close.
The Nissan Leaf is the fastest car in reverse. For safety purposes, a stock Nissan Leaf is electronically limited in how fast it can go in reverse. With the limit removed, it has gone about 55 miles/hour in reverse and it set the world record for fastest car in reverse. Most cars are physically limited in how fast they can go in reverse by the transmission, as reverse is roughly equivalent to first gear. The Nissan Leaf has no transmission, instead it has a motor that can put out high torque over a wide range of speeds, making a transmission unnecessary.
check reverse light switch on transmission.
Reverse lamp switch and neutral switch.
first check fuses,then bulbs,then reverse switch on trans mission,it might need replacing,its screw into your transmission.
it it most likely the torque converter this is the link between the engine and transmission if this is damaged the gears will not spin. hope this helps