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I have 2004 Sedona L, I am having trouble getting into reverse,it will not go straight a way, you have to manipulate it, all other gears are fine

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You will have to get your Sedona to a transmission shop to have the internal bands adjusted and tigthened a bit. Depending on how many miles you have on the vehicle and if you are the first owner, this may be under warranty so check with a dealership first.

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You have transmission issues - please go to your nearest mechanic.

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