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2005 toyota corolla reverse gear sometimes not engaged

When put on reverse drive car will move backward very slow like hand brake is on then move to N car will move forward for second then release to normal after this action push back to reverse it's work ok and feel the reverse gear is engaged. It's happen only sometimes.

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SOURCE: AUDI A4 AUTOMATIC SLOW TO

Not overly familiar with Audis but it sounds like either a.) you have an electronic tranny that has a serious bug or b.) there's a problem in the computer of the car itself. What is sounds like is the car is taking a long time to "understand" that you're telling it to move forward. How new is the car? When you push on the gas before the three minutes, what happens?

Posted on Oct 21, 2008

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SOURCE: 2000 Toyota Corolla Vibrates

your transmission mounts are worn out. please rate once you get it fixed.

Posted on Jun 25, 2009

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SOURCE: car does not drive forward but works in reverse

Sad to say but your automatic transmission has bit the dust.

Posted on Jul 24, 2009

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SOURCE: My car has a problem with reverse gear, forward

could be a bent selector or might just need to tighten it up

Posted on Jul 28, 2009

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SOURCE: Prob's with my Audi A6 2003 Auto 3.0 V6 (gearbox)

Doubt it as the fault suggests you need to look into the range sensor. If similar to Renault there is a switch on the gearbox that senses where the select lever is (at the gearbox end). If the display is wrong then the sensor needs looking at and either it will need to be adjusted into a set position by moving it, or perhaps the connector to it or wiring to/from it have a fault.

Posted on May 08, 2010

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