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2002 Honda Civic AT won't go in reverse.

When I put it into reverse it will move a little and then won't go even if you rev the engine up. Works perfect in Drive, shifts fine.

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This is caused by the clutch pack inside the engine that engages the reverse gear being worn out, if u pull the pan on the trans u will see it is full of what looks like mud, that is clutch material, the only fix for this is to overhaul the transmission, I am 100% sure on this.
My back ground? 30 years as a new car dealer technician, Master mechanic certification in all phases of auto repair.

Posted on Apr 13, 2009

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