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Old 07-30-2011, 02:21 PM
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Default No reverse after tranny fluid....HELP!!

Please tell me this can be fixed. Ill try to make this long story short. Took 02 X in to have the leaking oil pan gasket and cracking drive belt replaced. While there they drained tranny fluid and refilled. I remembered something on here about not removing hex bolt from the top, I tried to tell them but when I looked he had already done it. Now reverse doesn't work. I don't know what to do now. And neither does the mechanic apparently. I hope one of the techs is out there and can help.
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Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but I belive once that has been done, the transmission must be disassembled so the reverse band can be adjusted back to the correct position.
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Thanks Gold. I was afraid of that. :-(
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get them to do it free, they mucked it up, they should fix their error
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well, yes, it is messed up. The reverse band brake bolt was removed.

The trans shop I talked with has a tool that can reset this most of the time. It is a well known mistake and the really good trans shops can get you straightened out for a minimal charge. The rest will tell you you need a complete overhaul.
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^yep.

Get the car to a tranny specialist, with this mechanic footing the bill of course.
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