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The car has an automatic transmission and all of a sudden i had no reverse had no slipping or nothing the drive gears work fine no slipping grinding nothing shifts through all gears just fine

It may just need servicing/adjusting.

Your reverse gear is actually first gear ... when you select reverse another 'cog' fits into the toothed wheels to change the direction of first gear ... to give you reverse...

It may be a sticky valve or just a bit of adjustment (workshop job..) that is required.

What you can try ..

Start the car ... move the lever through all the positions several times (foot on brake..). Keep your foot on the brake and then put it in reverse and rev the car. Hard!

Try doing it several times.

An auto transmission works on valves opening and closing. Reverse gear - in comparison with the forward gears - is seldom used. The reverse valve can 'stick'. Try forcing it to open ... frighten it ... but keep your foot on the brake...

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transmission is going out ,,,faulty overdriven bands slipping and the small function trans pump as well as seals will may want to simply change your fluids and screen / or filter plus module just to keep it going for a while longer

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I would take it to a transmission shop. Slipping could be due to many things, and will only get worse with time. If it happens in certain gears and you have the ability to switch between a few, then you could try to keep it away from those gears. Most automatic transmissions have some basic gear selections. I would take it in, asap.

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Clutch is failing and will soon be slipping all the time. first up hills, then in high gears, then in low gears. time to start pricing out parts and labor is now.

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My 2000 VW Jetta TDI suddenly lost power on the interstate. It seemed that it took twice the RPMs to keep the same speed. Is this the turbo kicking off? At lower speeds it feels as if it does not change...

Most likely its your transmission slipping You will need to have it checked by a mechanic if the rpm is double then it has nothing to do with the turbo, if it's a automatic it means the clutches are slipping or if it's a standard it means the clutch is slipping from being worn out or the pressure plate is wore out.

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Wouldn't it be premature for the transmission of an 2005 S60 volvo to start to fail? I have 158,000 miles on it and am really hoping it isn't the trainy. IT feels like the transmission is slipping,...

if the engine rpm dont keep pace with you accelerating then your trany is slipping. 158k is alot of miles, not that its there limit but its not unheard of

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