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Car will not go into reverse. when engaging reverse car is in 1st gear

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I will explain the basics 1st gear and reverse gear are on the same shaft/movement.but i suspect in this case the problem is a little bushen on the shift it should not be a costly item to replace.adrian,,,,

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