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The most common reason for no reverse is a stripped or broken reaction shell. If this is the case then you will also not have 2nd and 4th. Another reason could be the thrust bearing in the front of the input drum have failed and the particals have damaged the reverse input clutches. If you are a novice I would seek professional help.

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Where is my starter located on my 1996 Chevy Camaro

Its gonna be on the back of the engine usually attached to the transmission. I believe this year its on the right side and I believe that its lower so you have to jack the car up

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When in park it seems to be in gear then reverse will act like it wants to work but dont then it want shift out of second gear

Tony, Check your transmission fluid level as a first step. Sounds like possibly a shift cable adjustment issue, but there are other faults that it could be, If able to take it in to a good tech and see if trouble codes are present and have them diagnose and estimate repair. Check the attached links,instruction and guides, Good luck
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My 95 chevy cavalier can only go fowar wen i put it on reverse it wont move wat should i do

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A/T 2-3 Shift Solenoid Circuit Malfunction (4L60E, 4L80-E. thats what one of the codes in my car saids, those anyonme know what that means , 1996 chevy camaro v6 auto.

Your car has the 4l60e. Are you getting a code? The solenoid could be bad or there could be a wiring problem. I'd take a quick visual inspection of the harness where it enters the transmission. If that looks ok, drop the transmission pan and locate the 2-3 **** solenoid, it's on the rear of the valve body. Check the wiring inside the transmission. If that looks ok I'd go ahead and replace the solenoid. It's held in by one torx head bolt. Remove the bolt, pull out the solenoid and remove the wiring. New one just bolts right in. Those solenoids are pretty cheap from the dealer, should cost you about $20.,

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