The linkage that connects the shift lever to the transmission could be out of adjustment or the reverse gear in the transmission itself could be bad. Usually it's the linkage.
Yes. Could just be that the linkage is not engaging reverse properly, try disconnecting the linkage at the transmission and manually putting it in reverse, if this works then you just need to adjust the linkage appropriately.
Could be a linkage problem..
If you physically can not move the gear shift lever into gear, it could be a problem with the shifter linkage or the transmission. If you can select a gear by moving the the lever which is attached directly to the transmission, it is the linkage. If the lever moves into a gear but the mower doesn't move, it could be a broken belt or a bad transmission.
Mis adjusted shift linkage, internal failure
The shift censor could be going bad. There may also be a problem with the transmission linkage which would cause this problem.
could be either transmission shift linkage not engaging reverse ( stops at neutral ) worn joint connectors sometimes cause this. or reverse clutches or gears bad inside transmission.
Possible shifter or linkage problem? ie: not actually going into reverse. Ummmm, you didn't zoom the tires in reverse and blow the gear did you... Hope that helps.
The linkage could be bad.
pretty vague, could be worn linkage in your gear box that pushes the switch.
Your 1996 GMC Sierra truck might not go in reverse because the transmission fluid is empty. You might also have damaged the transmission or the transmission linkage could be broken.
Check fluid level Could be a bad pump inside the transmission
There are several reason why this could be happening. There could be a linkage broke, a bad pump or just a bad transmission in general. Most likely the pump is bad or the transmission is bad.
Could be cable or linkage out of adjustment. Verify from underneath is actually in drive before you do anything else (with a helper)
Type of vehicle and is it a standard or automatic? Could be shifter linkage, clutch, something stuck around the shifter. If standard, will it shift into reverse when the engine is off? If so, it is most likely the clutch slave cylinder. Could be the master cylinder, but the slave usually goes bad first.
Check to see that transmission linkage not making contact with wiring while gear selector in forward position.
There isn't any linkage, it has a cable, check to see if the cable is loose. There is a U clip that holds the cable in place,if the U clip is in place and there isn't any slack in the cable, it could be your tranny. Is the clutch disengaging? If when you push the clutch in the engine can be turned over or the car can be pushed, it is not a problem with the clutch.
it could be the shift linkage being that both gears over there wont work
Never heard of it, it's either linkage or cable. Carburetered vehicles could be linkage or cable operated. Throttle body would be cable operated or even electronically operated. Older transmissions could be linkage and later models would be cable operated.
could possibly be the torque convertor. wiil it go if you give it some gas going from neutral to reverse or does it still stall ? check shift linkage for pinching a wire when shifted , good luck !
Maby it's not going completely into reverse. The linkage could be adjusted wrong or the plastic bushings in the linkage under the car may be gone. Replace the bushing before adjusting. Or you could be low on trans fluid. Check it warm in park with the engine running. For details see the Brickboard FAQs Good Luck
This could mean that your shiftier linkage has bent somehow. You need to replace the linkage as bending it back will only result in having a weakened part. If may also mean that your fluid level is low in the transmission and it won't shift into a specific gear. Add fluid as necessary.
That could be a bad linkage (popped off or broken) or it could be internal. You ought to take this to somebody who can put the vehicle up on a lift and check it. I hope your car isn't too far from the shop.
check your throttle linkage. it may be stuck open and make your adjustments from there. this is located at the top of your motor attached to the carburators.
It depends on the type of transmission. If it is a manual transmission, the first thing to check would be the linkage. If the linkage is not the problem, then it could be the bushings or the synchronizer. If it is an automatic transmission, then it could be a problem with the bands, though you could have debris in the valve body or a servo problem. In some cases, linkage bearings could be an issue.