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Have the car scanned by a transmission shop for transmission related fault codes (not all generic scanners will read trans codes) you may have a bad solonoid in the trans valve body?
REVERSE INHIBIT If the vehicle exceeds 6 mph (10 km/h) in the forward direction, and Reverse (R) gear is selected, the EAT ECU switches on the low clutch timing solenoid valve in the valve block, which drains the fluid from the reverse clutch. This function prevents the gearbox from engaging reverse gear when the vehicle is moving in a forward direction, so preventing damage to the gearbox We Are Here To Help !Donald Deane MCSE,ASE,CPO
this is indicative of a torque converter clutch problem
see as to how you just fitted the transmission I would be checking all wires and connections first
second are you sure that the unit worked before fitting it
Check the oil level of the gearbox while the car is idling. if the oil level is to low it will give you those symptoms. If the oil level is on its mark it might be that the clutches in the gearbox that is slipping
hi have a 2000 2l 156 selespeed problem with gearbox is light comes on dash and gears won't select have replaced the gearbox pump at great expense but has now stopped working again can any one advise if this could be other issue