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A/T Shifts into Reverse abruptly

The shift knob moves easily into all positions but the transmission shifts into Reverse as if a clutch was popped on a manual -

It seems to be less abrupt if the car has been warmed up and driven around - less abrupt - not smooth.

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Sounds as if you have a pressure fault, dont leave it at this point it could only be a solonoid change or a crack in the rear cover, but if left a complete transmission may be required.

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