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1993 plymouth voyager with low miles about 70,000 miles will not go into reverse when the engine is warmed up by idling or driving it for a while it sometimes might shift into reverse but it makes a big nasty noise when it shifts does anyone know what the problem is and what it needs to fix it

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When was last time trans fluid and filter were changed? It should be done every 30k or 3 years. I'd start there.

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