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What causes a 98 neon to shake violently when put in reverse?

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2005-11-08 02:36:02
2005-11-08 02:36:02

reverse is the largest gear in a trany therefore requiring more fluid, if you are having this problem i would sujest fixing it soon because the rest of the gears will go out one by one. if its an automatic it probably be the pump.

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