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2002 ford explorer will drive forward but wont move in reverse...what could be the cause?


bad transmission. if it shifts through gears going forward but will not do anything in reverse it is most likely a bad transmission. reverse is usually the first gear that goes out .

Dec 07, 2014 | 2002 Ford Explorer

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Shudder in reverse and seems to be slipping forward gears good


It is an auto I take it and the problem will be a reverse band/clutch pack solenoid servo. It it is a manual then the clutch works the same way in forward and reverse so if it was slipping in reverse ,it would also be slipping in forward gears as well. Run the fault codes to check for TCM and servo/solenoid faults.

Aug 18, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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I have a 1994 Nissan XE v6 4+4 automatic truck. The transmission shifts in all gears perfectly in all gears except REVERSE. I changed the fluid & filter,but still no reverse. Is there a cylinoid for...


Have the fault codes read. Replace faulty items. Use only
genuine items as replacement as non-genuine are not always compatible with the OEM fitted CPU units. This results in the fault codes not cancelling out. I suspect a faulty reverse solenoid or vacuum line failure to the solenoid..; Leave the removal to the absolute last resort.

May 24, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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2000 gmc jimmi shift solenoid a stuck on reverse not work


No reverse is a dead giveaway of a failed transmission. You must remove it and replace it or rebuild it. P0752 code will not cause the loss of reverse gear.

Jul 19, 2012 | 2000 GMC Jimmy

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Truck will not start, wanted to check starting celinoid1995 niss pick up


Solenoid Replacement
  1. Remove the starter.
  2. Unscrew the two solenoid switch (magnetic switch) retaining screws.
  3. Remove the solenoid. In order to unhook the solenoid from the starter drive lever, lift it up at the same time that you are pulling it out of the starter housing.
  4. Installation is in the reverse order of removal. Make sure that the solenoid switch is properly engaged with the drive lever before tightening the mounting screws.
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Fig. 4: Exploded view of S114-605, 606B, 607 and 608SA type starters-1989-95 models (click image for zoom)




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Fig. 5: Exploded view of M3T38482 type starter-1989-95 models




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Fig. 7: Exploded view of S114-527A type starter-1989-95 models


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Fig. 8: Exploded view of M1T60281 type starter-1989-95 models


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Fig. 9: Exploded view of S114-703A type starter-1989-95 models




Brush Replacement
NON-REDUCTION GEAR TYPE

  1. Remove the starter.
  2. Remove the solenoid (magnetic switch).
  3. Unfasten the two end frame cap mounting bolts and remove the end frame cap.
  4. Remove the O-ring and lock plate from the armature shaft groove, then slide the shims off the shaft.
  5. Unfasten the two long housing screws (at the front of the starter) and carefully pull off the end plate.
  6. Using a screwdriver, separate the brushes from the brush holder.
  7. Slide the brush holder off of the armature shaft.
  8. Crush the old brushes off of the copper braid and file away any remaining solder.
  9. Fit the new brushes to the braid and spread the braid slightly.
Use a soldering iron of at least 250 watts.
  1. Using a light-grade solder, solder the brush to the braid. Grip the copper braid with flat pliers to prevent the solder from flowing down its length.
  2. File off any extra solder and then repeat the procedure for the remaining three brushes.
  3. Installation is in the reverse order of removal.

When installing the brush holder, make sure that the brushes line up properly.
REDUCTION GEAR TYPE
  1. Remove the starter and the solenoid.
  2. Remove the through-bolts and the rear cover. The rear cover can be pried off with a small prytool, but be careful not to damage the O-ring.
  3. Separate the starter housing, armature, and brush holder from the center housing. They can be removed as an assembly.
  4. Remove the positive side brush from its holder. The positive brush is insulated from the brush holder, and its lead wire is connected to the field coil.
  5. Carefully lift the negative brush from the commutator and remove it from the holder.
  6. Installation is in the reverse order of removal.

Starter Drive Replacement
NON-REDUCTION GEAR TYPE
  1. With the starter motor removed from the vehicle, separate the solenoid from the starter.
  2. Remove the two through-bolts and separate the gear case from the yoke housing.
  3. Remove the pinion stopper clip and the pinion stopper.
  4. Slide the starter drive off the armature shaft.
  5. Install the starter drive and reassemble the starter in the reverse order of removal.

REDUCTION GEAR TYPE
  1. Remove the starter.
  2. Unfasten the solenoid and the shift lever.
  3. Remove the bolts securing the center housing to the front cover and separate the parts.
  4. Remove the gears and starter drive.
  5. Installation is in the reverse order of removal.

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Oct 12, 2011 | 1995 Nissan Pickup

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When shifting into reverse or drive it take about 2 or 3 seconds to respond.now I only have low gear...no reverse or drive


You have solenoids in the valve body on top of the transmission that are failing. The best way to fix this is to either replace the entire valve body, which is very expensive, or just replaced the solenoids. There are five solenoids and a buss plate. The buss plate connects the external wires to the tops of the solenoids in the transmission. Replace all five solenoids and the buss plate and you should be good to go. Access to the valve body is pretty simple. Remove the battery and the battery tray and you will see the top transmission pan. Remove the electrical connector and all the bolts from the pan and then remove the pan. What you will see next under the pan is the valve body assembly. The solenoids are located inside the valve body. Remove the valve body top cover and you will see the solenoids. They pretty much just sit in there. I have replaced many of these solenoids for the same concern. On ocassion however there is some internal damage to the transmission. Out of the more than 50 of these I have done, I have had probably 2 that ended up needing the entire transmission.

May 19, 2010 | 1998 Saturn SL

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My 2001 Blazer will go forward but doesnt go in reverse. Is there a reverse switch on or near the transmission?


Does the gear selector show that is in reverse? Does the transmission have gear selector solenoids on the transmission? If so, may be a bad reverse select solenoid. Do the 'backup' lights come on when reverse is selected?

Aug 03, 2009 | 2001 Chevrolet Blazer

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1990 dodge varavan will not go into reverse


It is more then likely either a solenoid or a clutch pack. If you hear a bump and then nothing when you shift, it is probably the clutch pack, if nothing happens, it is more then likely the solenoid. The bad news, it will require a rebuild either way. Reverse gears are some of the hardest to change, and especially on that transmission, it will be quite a process to repair.

Jul 12, 2009 | Mitsubishi Minivan Cars & Trucks

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95 4runner engine just revs tranny won't go into gear or reverse.


on this model not have solenoid for reverse gear, and when the torque converter is burn this cause loose of fluid by dip

Apr 16, 2009 | 1995 Toyota 4Runner

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Transmission


I have same problem with a 95 4runner 4wd 3VZE engine and A340 H tranny. I had previously had a real bad problem with all gears "neutralizing" where car would rev up but not move forward or rear in any gear. I spent $ 1,500.00 for transmission and transfer case rebuild, and problem not solved. After months of research, I found out there is a "valve body" which is a an electronic plate inside the transmission drain pan right above the transmission filter. These valve bodies have solenoids which act as mini pumps inside transmission. I ordered a kit through a San Antonio, TX independent distributor (# 1 solenoid, # 2 solenoid, and a so called "lock up solenoid". Kit comes with full details how to replace those three sensors. I did job myself one afternoon..no problem. 4runner works like new now except for the reverse which acts as you mention. There is a fourth solenoid in the transfer case (not transmission) whcih was not part of the "kit" I bought. Although I'm not sure it is the cause, after replacing the other solenoids, the fix was dramatic on the forward gears. I'm currently researching if solenoid # 4 may be the cause of the reverse gear still not working fine.

Aug 08, 2008 | 1995 Toyota 4Runner

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