Question about Dodge Nitro
Sounds like a problem with the gear selector itself. These can wear and cause the problems you describe. Another possibility is that something underneath the car is interfering with the action of the gear selector. I recently had a car with a broken exhaust mount. As a result he exhaust had dropped into a different position and was preventing the free movement of the gear selector underneath the car. All gears could be engaged apart from reverse - so worth investigating.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
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