Q: no reverse

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Transmission would't engage on reverse

My car has 97 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

A: The first thing to check is the <a href='ht...

The first thing to check is the transmission's fluid level. If the transmission works in the other ranges, like park and drive, there is a very good chance the transmission will need to be rebuilt or replaced. If you would like this verified, consider YourMechanic to diagnose the issue with your gears.

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