WHEN I PUT MY MANUAL TRANS IN REVERSE IT GRINDS AND BARELY WANTS TO MOVE IF IM ROLLING BACK IN NEUTRAL IT STILL GRINDS ALL THE OTHER GEARS WORK FINE
1997 Ford Ranger • 150,000 miles
I have a 97 Ford ranger 2wd 5 spd when I put it in reverse and start backing up it makes a grinding noise and barely wants to move all my other gears are fine though what could this be
It could be either bent shifter components or worn gears or chewed up gears. If I recall correctly, that tranny has a side inspection plate that you can remove and take look inside with a flashlight. You should be able to see worn or damaged gears.
Jul 24, 2012.
Jul 24, 2012.
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