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Just as you learned what happens with low transmission fluid, dirty fluid, or a clogged filter can cause similar transmission troubles and create a car that won`t back up in reverse. Improper lubrication from old fluid or debris in contaminated fluid will affect how the transmission shifts into reverse or other gear.
In many cases, delayed shifting of any kind is caused by issues with the transmission`s valve body. Shift solenoid or computer malfunctions can also result in these types of hitches and may require transmission service for correction.
It often happens because the clutch is out of adjustment and doesn`t allow one of the two transmission shafts to stop fully. It can also occur if you try to shift too quickly into reverse, because the shafts can take about one second to stop. A warped clutch plate will also cause this problem.
There isn`t a single fix for reverse not working, unfortunately. It could be a small repair like topping up the transmission fluid, or you could need a complete rebuild. Typically, manual transmissions that won`t engage in reverse have an issue with a damaged gear or the shift lockout ring.
One main reason why the automatic transmission in your car may not be shifting smoothly is the ECM is going bad. It is best to get this checked out by an experienced auto mechanic technician who understands the electrical system. Other indicators include bad connections within, or worn out sensors and faulty solenoids.
The primary reason any car won`t go in reverse sometimes or at all is due to low transmission fluid levels. If your vehicle is running on low transmission fluid, the inadequate lubrication causes overheating of gears, leading to hard shifts. In other cases, there is a fluid leak.
If you drive a manual transmission and notice it is very difficult to shift in reverse, the shifter linkage or cables are often to blame. Sometimes the shifter bushings are the problem, which would be preferable, because replacing them is easier and cheaper, so it`s usually the first thing to try.
The hard shift from park to reverse on an incline is to the the excessive weight of the vehicle on the parking pawl. This can be prevented by setting the parking brake prior to shifting into park. This should be done when ever you are parking on an incline or recline.
The technicians at All-Automatic Transmissions understand that problems with your vehicle`s transmission can often be resolved with adjustments or a minor repair. In fact, a simple adjustment can be done without even removing the transmission from the vehicle.
When the transmission is put into Reverse, the small sun gear turns the outer ring gear backwards. For Park, a small toothed parking gear is firmly held by a small latch called a parking pawl, which prevents the output shaft from turning the wheels.
But if the solenoid malfunctions mechanically, no reverse or delayed and slipping reverse may occur.
Your vehicle will stall and you may hear a grinding noise.

If by chance your vehicle is not equipped with a reverse inhibitor, or it is malfunctioning or broken, putting your automatic transmission in reverse while driving will more than likely stall the engine.

It will be very difficult, if not impossible, almost like driving forwards while looking out of the back window. It can also be tempting to use the interior mirror to reverse, again this can make the whole task more difficult, as what do mirrors do?
1. At the top of all auto repair experts lists for causes of problematic transmissions is low transmission fluid. Usually caused by a leak somewhere in the system, low or contaminated fluid makes it nearly impossible for the transmission to automatically shift gears and run smoothly.
The fluid`s frictional properties play a vital role in ensuring the clutch plates bind together properly and gear shifts occur seamlessly. Over time, the fluid`s frictional properties can degrade, leading to hard, jerky or inconsistent shifts.
Problems Reversing – One common problem that can happen with a clogged filter is difficulty moving in reverse. The lack of fluid flowing through the transmission can cause the reverse gear to lock. This may prevent the car from going in reverse altogether, or it may cause it to hesitate before launching into reverse.

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Machine will stop adjusting resistance. On start up the machine will usually work. I can go through the calibration procedure and it will calibrate and work normally for 4 or 5 resistance adjustments. It will then stop adjusting. It acts like there is a cable pulled and refuses to adjust, even though I am not getting the warning telling me to “Release cable”
I have modified the wiring harness so that the wires do not fall off from the stepper motor, so this is not the problem. If I shut the machine down and leave it for several minutes, it will come back and work normal again… for a while. I am wondering if there is a problem with the sensors that are detecting a cable pull? Is there a way to disable those sensors to see if that is the problem
ANSWER : I would think that your problem has possibly to do with a faulty power supply, component, see to my mind it is a thermal problem as it heats up,it goes faulty? The Voltage changes and it goes out of spec.. When left to cool, it then is OK… Usually, & from my experience this is a thermal problem. To see obtain some Freeze Spray, from radio Shack or similar,and spray components on the main power board, and others too, use it on any large heat sinked components and see if when you do this the fault clears. Then replace that component(s).

Or as you suggest the sensors that feed the inputs maybe with sensors though one has little option but to replace them and see if this clears the problem.

I bought a 2008 leftover 150cc wildfire atv in june 2009 when i went to pick it up it had a tough time starting i was told it was old gas but i drained it and put new gas with a little carb cleaner in it but it was still really hard to get running in late november when i went to take it out it fired rough like usual so after it sat at idle for about ten minutes i got on and everytime i gave it any thottle it would backfire really loud threw the exhaust but idled fine
ANSWER : That can be caused buy a number of things but it being November in all i would say to check for condensation in your fuel lines, I personally would not recommend mixing the carb cleaner with the gas but instead make sure lines are free of condensation, proceed with refueling with mid grade gas or regular doesn’t really matter, and while having a friend or family member start the motor spray the carb cleaner a little at a time into the carburetor and it should give it that start boost it needs to get running and also check the chock and make sure the air filter is not clogged up.. Hope this helps.. Thanks

Adjust stride length
ANSWER : I went online and used the Omron manual again. I had tried it before and it didn’t seem to work but just persevered and had success.

I have a Kawasaki Mule 3000. It is hard to keep
ANSWER : Take the spring off the screw and use teflon tape so you can adjust the screw further

Problem with anti-reverse
ANSWER : If it is a multiplier reel most of the lever tension springs are the same. they can be bought from QUENTIN MILLMAN in portsmouth. they have a mail order branch and can be located on line.i have tried making my own springs but the dog leg has to be at the right angle.best buy the right one for a few pounds. regards barry.

My snowblower is the 12/33 and I am having a problem…. the belt that drives the auger is loose and I can’t see the adjustment. I would like to know how to adjust this belt…. thank you
ANSWER : If you could post your model number or serial number I will be able to help you.

The selecttech dumbell adjuster will not move. It says there is 7.5 lbs on the bar and there is actally only 2.5 lbs. The adjuster wheel will not turn. How do you fix it?
ANSWER : Push the button on the bottom of that releases the adjuster to spin. Set both to sides to 5, put all the weights back and your ready to place it back and select a weight.