Question about 1993 Subaru Legacy
OK, the first step you have already done, checked the fluid level, and flushed and filled the auto transmission fluid, I gather.
The second thing I would try to have done is to have the transmission rebuilt, if the first solution doesn't work.
I know this costs a lot, but if you plan on keeping the car this is the only solution.
The linkage may be worn out or more likely, the solenoid inside the transmission is acting up.
Or, the clutch is worn out for reverse.
It's most likely a solenoid, but the transmission must be torn down and rebuilt to rectify the situation.
Try a local automatic transmission repair shop.
Good luck on this repair.
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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