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Honda reverse gear

Will not go into reverse with out multiple tries, what would cause this and how do I fix?

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You got nothing here
No year,model,really
Is it a standard shift
If so it has to come out & apart
How about clutch problems,is reverse
the only gear with the issue
Try in all gears with & without motor running

Posted on Jul 25, 2013

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