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No reverse gear but all other dears work

Heard a noise when driving home ,but when i put in reverse nothing happens

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One of 2 things. 1 the reverse gear is out on transmission or 2, the trasmissions on chrysler are bad about computer module in transmission going bad. either way you are looking at a transmission rebuild. i use to have alot of plymouths and dodge taxi cars and a rebuild was usually 1500.00 you can get a good low mileage trasmission from a auto salvage for alot less.

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