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Can anyone tell me what this is. It is on a 2006 Chevy impala. It has something to do with shifting the car. Ithink it makes the box around my gear indicator work. I.E. P R [N] D 1 2


P=park gear position (no gear selected)
R=reverse gear position
N=neutral gear position (no gear selected)
D=top gear
2=fixed highest gear (used for speed when climbing an average incline and to control speed on decent)
1=fixed lowest gear (used for climbing steep incline or descending slowly)
Note-: Never engage Reverse gear when traveling forwards and never put into Park when moving forward or backwards, also towing most autos should be done no more than 10mph, fast towing can damage the gearbox, also make sure gear is in Neutral when towing.

Apr 25, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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Get a limited slip differential stopp slipping in reverse?


limited slip differentials are so designed that when one axle looses traction the pressure is applied through the side gears to lock up diff so that both wheels have to turn. If it slips in reverse then in will slip going forward . I would be inclined to look for a reverse gear problem in the gear box/ transmission. If it is an auto check for reverse solenoid operation.

Oct 07, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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What is it when in reverse the automatic transmission on a 1999 Camaro grinds?


Reverse is not "synchronized" forward gears are, so it does make some noise, try shifting to 2nd before engaging reverse to slow gear rotation and limit gear clash or grind.

Oct 08, 2012 | 1999 Chevrolet Camaro

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My rebuilt transmission won't go forward?


i would be checking the shifter cable adjustment first see how that goes goodluck

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Won't back up!


well slipping in reverse would be tranny...;but by saying the engine spits,,,sputters ,,,stalls,,,,sounds like engine not enough power to drive it in reverse...i'm guessing forward no problems...first thing comes to mind is in reverse engine moves on motor mounts as you give it gas..could be wiring harness rubbing on block causing short condition..when in forward engine moves opisite direction...while idling in park, shake wiring harness all over different spots see if you can simulate the condition.....are there any engine codes....also does it have a problem in reverse on a flat surface... or only on a incline....if only on an incline check fuel pressure while in reverse on incline.. see if loosing pressure for some reason..on incline fuel goes to lowest part of tank...

Oct 15, 2009 | 1991 Mercury Capri

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