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I have a suzuki esteem 2000 . it will not go in revers. all other gears go forward. will not go past 35 ...can any one help pls thank you

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What gear cant go past 35?

there are automatic tranny , and manual tranny

which is it.

and what gear is this 35 xxx failure,

is that 35mph or 3500 RPM"?

we can not guess, what is under your right hand (LHD car)?

auto or stick

say all things good about the trans,

like how each of the gears work, not just Reverse.

the good, the bad and the ugly,

then we can get a full picture.



will not go past 35 what wont, surely not Reverse the be world record.

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When you hear some tapping, that's why you need -valve adjustments. At 137,000miles you probably need more than that to continue your trouble-free drives.

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SOURCE: where location crank sensor suzuki esteem 2000

On the Esteem 1.6L: the Crankshaft Position Sensor is located on the right side (passenger side) of the engine Oil Pan.

For the Esteem 2.0L: the CKP is located behind the engine Flywheel in the back of the engine block. It is necessary to remove the transmission to service the sensor.

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