Why Automatic Transmission Car Doesn't Go Reverse

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While driving an automatic car, you may face the issue of not being able to make the car go reverse. The reason behind this problem can be a crumbled reverse gear, low or contaminated transmission fluid, or a damaged position sensor. The culprit can also be a malfunctioning valve body and to get details about these reasons, see the mentioned slideshow.

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Why Automatic Transmission Car Doesn't Go Reverse?

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The transmission is the important component because without the transmission you simply can't operate the car.

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Sometimes, the small issues may affect the transmission of the car and make the gears malfunctioned.

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Among the several gears, when you want to back your car from the driveway or parking space, you can press the reverse gear.

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When your car won't go in reverse, then your car will be stuck in a place and call a tow truck to take it to a repair shop.

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Go through the following points to figure out the problem behind the reverse issues in your car.

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Crumbled Reverse Gear

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In an automatic transmission car sometimes you will notice that the gears are not shifting properly.

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As a result, you will hear the clicking or loud clunk noise and need to pull out the transmission and replace the gears.

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Less Transmission Fluid

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If you have a small amount of transmission fluid in the car, then you will face reversing issues in your car.

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The reason behind is the reverse gear might be affected by overheating due to the low transmission fluid.

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Contaminated Transmission Fluid

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Sometimes, the transmission fluid can be contaminated with hardened deposits which may affect the car's gear shifting.

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For resolving the issues, you have to check the condition of the transmission fluid and replace it accordingly.

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Damaged transmission position sensor

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When you shift the automatic transmission car into reverse by using the shift lever, then it will be shifted automatically.

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If the sensor is damaged, it doesn't allow the car to shift in reverse and sometimes take the car into limp mode.

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Malfunctioned Valve Body

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Every automatic transmission has a valve body that can direct the flow of hydraulic fluid to the valves.

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The malfunctioned valve body of the car may cause delay shifting into reverse or nothing happens after shifting in reverse.

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Conclusion

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If you notice that your automatic transmission cars are unable to shift the reverse gears, then figure out the causes behind it.

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Consult with a reputed mechanic who will help you to fix the reverse gear issues of your car smoothly and effectively.

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