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No reverse no egine codes

Tran fluid does not smell burn,t but has all other gears possible shift soleniod

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Valvebody or soleniod not aplying revers band in trans 1st gear is the same clutch pac as revers only diferenc is in revers a holding band is aplied causing revers rotation

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SOURCE: i have a 2005 pacifica,

may be a trans filter but the pop noise concerns me to but the trans filter is located under the vehicle and you pull the pan down catch all loose fluid 8 quarts or so and then pull filter off then just put new filter in and new gasket rebolt pan to trans and refill with new fluid also clean the magnent off thats in the bottom of the pan


if i helped please give me good rating thank

Posted on May 06, 2011

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