Q: Q: No reverse gear

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My car does not go into reverse.

Hello. If your car will not go into reverse, it is an indication that the reverse gear in your transmission has failed. This will prevent the truck from going into reverse. To fix this problem, the transmission will need to be rebuilt or replaced.

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