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Have a 92 crown victoria drives good in drive but when car warms up reverse doesnt work

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THE REVERESE APPLY CLUTCH BAND IS WORN OUT, THIS MEANS THE TRASNMISSION MUST BE TORN DOWN AND REBUILT.

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