my 2002 mercury cougar 2.5 automatic will no longer go into reverse , it goes forward in all gears what is wu with that?

ragmando
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Asked by Feb 18, 2013 at 01:52 AM about the 2002 Mercury Cougar 2 Dr V6 Hatchback

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

took a 600 mile trip , on the way back the car seemed to jerk at higher speeds. when I got home and
pulled up my drive way , I tried to back out but the transmission only goes forward in all gears

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judge_roy
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Need to check your transmission fluid level- must be done with the engine running.

judge_roy
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If it is low we must find out from where it's leaking, suspect the transmission coolant lines that run up to the radiator. check for weeping at the fittings-

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ragmando
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it was low 1 qt . I added 1 qt but the car still will not go into reverse.

judge_roy
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Youve got to run it through all selections on the gear selector with your foot on the brake, and get this torque converter up and able to do the job.

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