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Will not engage reverse. all forward gears are fine

Adjusted shift lever. Checked linkage and keyways at rear axles.

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    Lou Meola Nov 22, 2014

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  • FastHarley
    FastHarley Nov 23, 2014

    SorryI didn't realize the answer was not on there when I pressed post answer. You want to remove the linkage and try to move the transmission bar by hand. If you were able to move it by hand this is definitely not your transmission not engaging into reverse but more so its something in your language. This should be able to help you once again Sorry for not posting this earlier

  • FastHarley
    FastHarley Nov 23, 2014

    something in your linkage....autocorrect

  • Lou Meola
    Lou Meola Nov 25, 2014

    That is exactly what it was. The main linkage bolt was loose.It took me awhile to figure it out. Thank you for your help

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