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Old 08-01-2020, 16:36
drewteeRHD drewteeRHD is offline
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Reverse lock out

Is there an adjustment?

Mine can go easily into reverse
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Old 08-01-2020, 20:06
Jasperdd Jasperdd is offline
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That is not good ! There should be a solenoid that prevents going into reverse. Probably broken ?
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Old 08-01-2020, 20:38
drewteeRHD drewteeRHD is offline
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...It's funny- The door solenoid also went after the dealer changer the battery few days ago- Maybe caused an issue.
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Old 09-01-2020, 08:24
Jasperdd Jasperdd is offline
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In my opinion there are 4 things possible.

1) someone push so hard (without pushing the reverse button) that the mechanism is broken/out of alligment and therefor you can access reverse while not pushing the button.

2) the solenoid of the reverse is broken or permanently actuated and stuck in open position (which is unusual to be stuck in that position).

3) combination of 1 and 2 ; solenoid broken and mechanism broken/out of alligment.

4) the alligment of your shift cables are so out of alligment that you can reach reverse
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Old 09-01-2020, 12:32
drewteeRHD drewteeRHD is offline
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Lovely Jasper- That is very good info - thanks

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In my opinion there are 4 things possible.

1) someone push so hard (without pushing the reverse button) that the mechanism is broken/out of alligment and therefor you can access reverse while not pushing the button.

2) the solenoid of the reverse is broken or permanently actuated and stuck in open position (which is unusual to be stuck in that position).

3) combination of 1 and 2 ; solenoid broken and mechanism broken/out of alligment.

4) the alligment of your shift cables are so out of alligment that you can reach reverse
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