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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: transmission - no reverse
i had to put a new trans in my 2000 jimmy about a year ago there is something inside called a "reverse hub" its made from aluminum and not very hard to break..when mine broke i was stuck trying to move in reverse and it heard a pop then a winding down noise and sure enough its the reverse hub to fix it i just had the trans rebuilt
Posted on Nov 18, 2008
It is hard to say from your description what the problem is ... could be linkage issue ... could be trans is going as is with the other poster ...
Losing overdrive. Clutches (bands/clutches) have had it. Be careful driving without that top gear ... doing too high a speed without the appropriate gear causes extra stress on your engine that could accelerate further problems. Try to do only driving at a low enough speed that the top gear is not missed ... will help the vehical last as long as possible.
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
some of the trannys has straps in them that sometimes needs to be tightened and that could be the cause of it
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
there is the lemon law, has the factory field service Representative gotten involved in these repairs? if not do so, i am a 25 year veteran of a Ford service dept, i know how it works, I will say that by and large the Ford trucks are the beast aropund, sorry for your problems.
Posted on May 05, 2009
I believe that reverse is operated by a brake band. So it seems to be stuck. It is operated by a piston, and the seal could have swelled and caused too much friction. But you could loosen up the adjustor so that it is disengaged, in order to get forward gears again. Perhaps you can force the piston to retract as well, once you drop the pan again.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
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