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It may mean your transmission is damaged, and is applying too much torque. You may have lost fluid through a crack in the transmission. A qualified transmission mechanic can determine if the transmission needs to be repaired or replaced.
The fluid will aerate, which will cause slipping, shuddering, etc..
You would have to literally run a wire from the battery through a fuse and then to a toggle switch and then on to the backup lights, this will only function when the switch is on and will have nothing to do with the transmission being in reverse. This is essentially the same as putting a toggle switch across the transmission mounted switch (assuming the transmission switch is not shorted).
If your transmission is good then you usually have to pump the clutch a few times and go through all the gears back to reverse til it goes in. I usually go from 4th to reverse then 1st to reverse then 3rd to reverse etc...until it goes in. Hope that helps!
Check the transmission fluid for odd color or smells. If all of the forward gears work ok then the transmission fluid may not be flowing properly through the valves. The filter could be stopped up, or the bands for reverse could be worn.
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On top of the transmission output. The best way to get to them is usually to remove the boot from the transmission shift tower, and go in through the floor.If you have an Allison automatic,, the reverse lamps are controlled through the transmission ECU.
The transmission doesn't lose power, but it quits getting power if the clutch starts slipping. Without going into detail about the physics of a clutch, the most energy is being transferred through the clutch when in the highest gear thus it is fifth gear where slipping is first noticed. My guess is its time for a new clutch.
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If it won't go into gear, it's probably the transmission. You can check the fluid level, but if that's up, the transmission is through. Probably clutch pack or valve body.
According to the manufacturer, there is nothing abnormal about the whining sound in the transmission. It is a normal sound as the transmission moves through its ranges.
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If youre going to go through the trouble of repairing the reverse you might as well rebuilt the entire trannei with better parts and be done. Case closed.
The reverse lights are powered up through the neutral/safety switch on the left side of the transmission.
You fill the transmission through the dipstick
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It could be the source of hard shifts. In an electronically controlled transmission many sensor inputs determine shift times and firmness. If the back pressure of the exhaust is reintroduced through the exhaust gas recovery (EGR) valve to the intake then the power control module (the car's "computer") may interpret this as heavy engine load and raise the transmission line pressure to protect the transmission from slipping. This will be felt as hard shifts.
Through the dipstick tube. Unless its a manual transmission you have to go under the car and fill it through the transmission fill plug
you refill the transmission through the dipstick tube.
through the transmission dipstick tube.
You can fill the transmission through the transmission dip stick tube.
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