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How is it possible for the transmission to only operate in reverse all gears?

Just r&Ed rotor by stator

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    Will Dec 12, 2014

    Figured it out I had put the stator on one inch counter clockwise to the woodruff key proper alignment groove. This reversed magnetic polarity somehow and the engine and trans both ran, except backwards. Wtf?

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