rebuilt tranny

Asked by Jun 22, 2016 at 11:33 AM about the Dodge Ram 2500

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

tranny appears to work until i put it in reverse than the wheels like skip
backwards instead of rolling. any suggestions. HELP, please.

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I'd pay close attention to the engagement points of the shift linkage...and also the transmission mounts...get new ones don't screw around with ones that "seem ok"~ you can figure it out...it's just unable to select the position fully....fix it~ (mounts mostly)~

105,355

That really sounds like the band that holds the reverse drum is slipping, there could be a seal problem in the reverse servo piston so it is loosing pressure when applied, take it to where the trans was overhauled and show them what it is doing.

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