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Car wont go in reverse,but it goes forward,whats the matter with it?

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my car won't go in reverse,but it goes forward,whats the matter with it?
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Cadillac
Expert:  AZ_HUNTER replied 7 years ago.

Hello and welcome to Just Answer!

 

May I please have the year and model of your vehicle? Thank you.

Customer: replied 7 years ago.
2000 cadillac deville
Expert:  AZ_HUNTER replied 7 years ago.

Great, thank you. Let me pull up some information and I will get right back to you.

Thank again.

Customer: replied 7 years ago.
ok.thanks
Expert:  AZ_HUNTER replied 7 years ago.

Here are all the causes that could cause no reverse:

 

No Reverse

Checks

Causes

Case Cover

Damaged

Case Cover Gaskets

Damaged or displaced

Checkball in Piston

Missing

Driven Sprocket Support

Porosity or broken
Feed holes blocked

Driven Sprocket Support Bolts

Loose, not in grooves, mislocated

Driven Sprocket Support Seals

Leaking

Fluid Pressure

Too low

Lo/Reverse Anchor Pin

Anchor pin broken or not positioned

Reaction Carrier Shell

Missing, teeth damaged

Reverse Band

Broken, worn not anchored

Reverse Band Apply Pin

Too short or binding in case
Broken

Reverse Clutch Fiber Plates

Splines or friction material worn

Reverse Clutch Housing

Cracked

Reverse Clutch Piston

Binding in case

Reverse Clutch Piston Seals

Leaking, damaged or worn

Reverse Clutch Spring Assembly

Jammed

Reverse Clutch Steel Plates

Splines worn

Reverse Servo Piston

Bad seal
Damaged housing

Snap Ring

Out

 

 

So basicly, the transmission will need to be removed and torn down for inspection to verify the exact cause.

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Customer: replied 7 years ago.
oh thats just wonderful an kinda what i was afraid of,, Thanks!