I brought my 1997 pathfinder to Nissan and they told me that this happens all the time when you reach a certain km. What it is is a small valve at the back of the transmission that does not close properly when the engine is cold. That small valve needs to be replaced, but the problem it's way at the back so having your transmission completely redone is a better way to go.
This valve does not close the pressure cannot build up and you cannot go into reverse.... what you can do if it's just starting to do this... try putting it in drive then reverse or warming up the car before taking off or what Nissan told me which is really stupid..... park the car in backwards....
Forward and reverse. It's an automatic
Needs internal transmission repairs. Find a good shop.
The forward pump is shot or the throttle has a blown gasket
Reverse and forward gears
If this is an automatic transmission, more than likely the transmission is on it's way to the junkyard. Usually failing transmissions lose reverse first, then the higher forward gears - last will be the lowest forward gears.
reverse drum inside of trans is stripped out the fix is teardown unit and replace with abeast drum from transtar
the forward gear clutch pack is worn out. the only solution is to get the transmission rebult.
if it was automatic it had a torqueflite tranny and had 3 forward gears and a reverse and if stick shift you had either a 3 speed tranny (rare) or a 4 speed.
Need to know if it is standard or automatic.
3 forward, 1 reverse
Formula 1 cars are semi-automatic with a paddle powered gear change. Which usually have 6 or 7 forward gears and one reverse gear.
time to get new trannie