Question about 1993 Dodge Stealth
Sounds like a problem in the valve body control, or the vacuum control of the valve body.
The vacuum control leak could cause the grinding noise because it didn't actuate far enough when trying to engage reverse.
In either case this is something for a transmission shop to handle.
You said you had it rebuilt. Did they rebuild the transmission you had? Or did they just swap it with a rebuilt they already had on the shelf?
My first call would be to them to see what the warranty coverage was from the last repair. My guess would be that it might not be, but it could, it's worth a shot.
Let us know what they say.
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
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