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Transmission wont pull in reverse and takes a second to catch in drive overdrive and second gear

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  • Anonymous Sep 28, 2008

    in my 90 ford bronco ll i cant get it to go into reverse all the other gears work perfect except reverse

  • jay gamblin Nov 24, 2008

    My 1993 Econoline Van will pull in reverse fine befor the vehicle warms up. Then it won't pull again. Sometimes you can rev up the motor and let out on the brake and it will pull until you stop again.

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You need it rebuilt. lol the clutches are worn out in forward gears, producing the late engagement and slipping, and reverse is burnt out. The fluid probably isnt red anymore, check to find out, but it needs to be removed and serviced before the etire transmission gives out.

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