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Man diesel automatic showing zrb gears not engaging and guages not. working

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SOURCE: 1993 1 ton diesel. Automatic transmission works fine in forward gears but why does reverse no longer engage?

No transmission rebuild is easy. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=12skIuk6rsE

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