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I have a 2003 Hyundai Accent Hatchback GL with approximately 124,000 miles. While driving we heard a pop with a little jerk but nothing else happened. We continued to our destination. Later when leaving, we put the car in reverse but it didn't go anywhere. I can go forward but not backward. What would cause this?

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Check that the hoses that go from the tranny to the radiator and back are not cracked leaking atf fluid.

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SOURCE: my car vibrates while sitting in drive while

Odds are your rough idle is caused by fouled spark plugs, bad spark plug wires, dirty fuel injectors, a dirty air filter, or dirty fuel filter. A less likely cause is jumped timing due to a bad timing belt, bad throttle position sensor, mass air flow sensor, oxygen sensor, camshaft position sensor, crankshaft position sensor, etc... Another possibility would be transmission problems. Run the car by an Auto Zone. Advance Auto, Pep Boys, O'Reily or other store and have them hook the computer up to the code scanner. If there are no fault codes, go to a transmission shop and have them drop the pan and look around. Don't be fooled when they bring the pan out and show you the sooty looking deposits in the bottom of the pan. Those are normal, but metallic or fibrous chunks are not.

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SOURCE: car will not go in reverse!

Have you changed your transmission fluid? I am assuming that it is automatic.Could be low on transmission fluid. Could also be filters in you tranny stopped up with slug/ gear shivers.Could also be band
in transmission needs adjusting.

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check power going to reverse shift solynoid and check neutral switch

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yes you have an engine misfire, probably a bad spark plug or plug wire, maybe a coil issue, do not continue to drive it or you will do severe damage to the catylitic converter

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SOURCE: car jerks when put into drive

check the engine/trans mounts. A good way to check yourself is to have someone standing in front of the engine with the hood open obviously, while you shift the tranny to drive or reverse, if your friends see's the engine moving vigorously, it's worn out mounts.

Posted on Jan 23, 2010

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