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  • avatar karjunkie 03/23/09 12:10 pm PST

    Do a tranny oil and filter change first. DO NOT flush the transmission as an older tranny will potentially fail with a flush. Make sure you use the correct fluid as dodge chrysler transmissions are VERY sensitive to the correct fluid. I would also check the tranny linkage as the problem may be that the linkage is bent or kinked and not engaging reverse.

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  • karjunkie 03/23/09 12:10 pm PST

    Do a tranny oil and filter change first. DO NOT flush the transmission as an older tranny will potentially fail with a flush. Make sure you use the correct fluid as dodge chrysler transmissions are VERY sensitive to the correct fluid. I would also check the tranny linkage as the problem may be that the linkage is bent or kinked and not engaging reverse.

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