On the vast majority of modern cars today it is impossible to actually shift to reverse while driving at high speed. Modern transmissions have an override safety device that prevents the transmission from going into reverse at any speed forward that would harm the transmission. You could put the selector in reverse, but the transmission would not shift to reverse. On older transmissions without this feature, you would probably destroy the transmission and possible have an accident.
If it is an automatic transmission check the transmission fluid level. I assume it has a 4 speed overdrive transmission,if so it could be a broken reverse band or as mentioned by another tech it could also be a bad reverse shell-- which is one of the most common failures of the 4T60E transmission. Usually if the shell is broken you can pull the bottom pan and there will be large pieces of metal on the magnet. good luck
Electrical - check voltage to "reverse" selonid. With my knowledge on Nissans, it could also be a transmission problem. If it is a 5-speed, it is more than likely the tranny. Reverse is the gear that goes out first most of the time
Yes. They have a manual 5 speed transmission with reverse.
maybe your transmission is going out or you dont have sufficent transmission fluid.
Release the break for a second then move into reverse. works every time on my 97.
If it is a manual transmission, then it is on the front of the transmission. It is one of the two electical connectors on the transmission. The other is the vehicle speed sensor on the backside of the transmission.
This is commonly a problem with the transmission filter or fluid. Replace the transmission fluid or have your transmission filter taken in for maintenance.
no, the transmission for the 4g63 is on the passenger side, the 420a is on the driver's side. you will have 5 speeds in reverse and 1 speed in forward if you try this even with a transmission adaptor.
countershaft bearing could be problem
Try replacing both transmission speed sensors (around $20 each located on transmission)
On the left side of the trans.
An autimatic transmission will have a 4 speed transmission and a manual transmission will have a 5 speed transmission.
It could have a 3-speed or 4-speed manual or a 3-speed automatic
The speed output sensor is designed to determine the speed of the output shaft. This sensor helps the transmission determine when it needs to shift for optimum performance.
mine is jumping out in all gears but reverse i added fluid and it helped somewhat but not perfect
What kind of engine and transmission? Could be a faulty Idle Air Control if injected or a need for idle speed adjustment for a carburated engine. If the transmission has a locking torque converter, it may be stuck in locked mode instead of waiting for the proper high gear and speed conditions.
Depending on the vehicle, a faulty VSS (Vehicle Speed Sensor) could affect the automatic transmission shift points.
The 1928 to 1931 Model A Ford had a 3 speed forward and 1 speed reverse transmission with a neutral position.
Yes you could,but why,an old Harley Davidson 45 trike,they used them for ice cream carts and meter maids for the police,they had a three speed with reverse,the same transmission can be put on a two wheel bike-motor cycle but why would you want to,the goldwing with the trike kit has reverse also
It can cause it to only have second and reverse gears.
It could be anything from transmission speed sensor to just a broken speed cable.
* 30RH-Automatic Transmission 3 Speed * 32RH-Automatic Transmission 3 Speed * 3550-Manual Transmission 5 Speed * AISIN-Manual Transmission 5 Speed
a governor in transmission will pervent over speed in a gear,causing to shift.However you could shift by yourself.Removing govenor will help top end speed.