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What causes gears to change from reverse to drive in 1997 chev. cavaliers?

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Hydraulic pressure diverted by electronically/computer controlled solenoid valves inside the trans on the hydraulic heart of the trans the valve body.

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Cant find my reverce 1997 caviler


Check your owners manual for the correct shift pastern...It is a natural H pattern, with 5th gear upper right...reverse should be all the way to the right and lower right to engage...the knob does not always indicate the correct pattern...may have been changed...also be sure it is a 5 speed...most of these Cavaliers were 4 speeds...with reverse being upper right instead of 5th gear upper right...confirm in your owners manual if possible...will show illustration...Hope this helps.

Jun 18, 2015 | 1997 Chevrolet Cavalier

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run fault codes if you can and check the reverse servo/solenoid for operation Check the TCM is operational

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How to identify bad rear wheel bearings assembly on a 1997 chev. cavalier?


you should be getting a humming noise while driving check your cv joint bearing by turning your steering to left or right while driving if there bad you will hear a clicking noise

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2003 chevrolet cavalier, manual transmission lost 2nd, 4th and reverse but still has 1st, 3rd and 5th gears.


Sounds like one of the levers inside the transmission is either broken or otherwise disengaged. Remove the shifter to see if you can see any obvious reason.

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If it shifts from 1st to 3rd gear also, then you need to have it rebuilt.
I lost reverse and 2nd gear in mine and I had it rebuilt.
Works great now and for the low price of only $1600,,,LOL

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My 1998 chevy cavalier is having trouble going into gear. i can go in reverse and sometimes it won't shift into drive and car won't move, then it will act fine at times. it is an automatic and have checked...


let it warm up for 10 minutes before you put it into drive if it goes rite in then you need to change the transmition filter in it i had 2 chevys do that it will go rite int reverse gear but wont go into drive rite away after the engine runs for a while it shuld go into drive

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