Is it okay to drive with two feet with an automatic transmission?
It is not a good idea to drive with two feet on an automatic transmission unless your stopped on a hill. In that case you would press the brake with your left foot and the gas just a little with your right foot.
Can a p platter on green p plates who drives an automatic transmission drive a continuously variable transmission?
What can be wrong with your automatic transmission if it the car will not go in reverse but everything works okay?
Check your front and rear bands on your transmission, they may need adjusting. Your bands may be broken. Broken OD clutch band. Check your fluid, if it looks okay with no discoloration or burnt smell it is likely to be just a needed adjustment. If the smell or discoloration is present it is more likely a band, gear or something more serious
if you have 4x4 you can pull 1500 pounds but even if you do have 4x4 i suggest getting a transmission cooling system from uhaul if you have an automatic transmission because even though it says its okay to tow, if your tracker did NOT come with a tow package from the factory (which none of them did) then you need the transmission cooling system or you will fry your transmission and damage your transfer…
the 325 is either rear-wheel or all-wheel drive, and should not be towed with the drive wheels rolling for a long distance, or high speeds. Across town would be okay, but longer than that is going to do bad things to the transmission- unless you disconnnect the drive shaft from the transmission. If you did that, it would be okay. If you have a rear-wheel drive, perhaps you could tow with the rear wheels off…