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1995 jeep cherokee standard transmission will not go into reverse

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If you can select another gear with no grinding and clutch feels normal likely either the reverse synchro is worn out or an internal shift fork is worn...either way, trans needs to come out and be opened up to check. Can you put it into reverse with the engine off?

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