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Old 08-09-2007, 08:47 PM
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94 Dodge pickup reverse doesn't work

Picked up a 1994 dodge pickup awith a automatic tranny and it goes forward but reverse doesn't work, not sure if the tranny is totally pooched or what they said they got stuck with the truck and were rocking it v=back and forth. any ideas if i guy can fix it or is it screwed.?

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dodge automatic .......Is the fluid burned (if so its shot you might get a little more out of it wiyh the later mentioned stuff).. Id drop the pan and look for debris if theres not that many try new filter fluid and some trans x........well you know what they say "IF YOU CANT DODGE IT.......... RAM IT "
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They may have broken, or burned up the rear band.

You can pull the pan to access the rear band adjustment.

With the pan off, if you have a bunch of trash in the pan, stop and figure the trans is toast.

But if the pan is not so bad you can grab the servo lever, located at the rear of the case, passenger side, unless your in England, and pull down on it.

The travel from the end of the lever to where in contacts the servo should only be about 1/4 inch.

If the band is loose, tighten it up by loosening the big nut, you'll see it, then turn the bolt clockwise to tighten the band, then retighten the nut.

If when you pull the pan you see a flat piece of steel laying in the pan, be advised that your band is either broke or burned up so badly it caused this piece to fall down. It should be between the servo lever and the band.
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