My car will not go into Reverse what should I do?

Car will not go into Reverse

If your car will not go into reverse, the first thing to do is check the transmission fluid level. If it’s low, add some more until the level reaches between “min” and “max” on your dipstick. If this doesn’t solve your problem, then you may need to change out your transmission fluid for new stuff.

To do this, first jack up both sides of your vehicle (or at least one side) with stands so that when you remove the drain plug from underneath there won’t be any chance at all that any fluids will spill out onto anything else but themselves! Then take off said drain plug with an appropriate wrench-type tool and let those suckers flow freely into whatever container(s) you have handy–make sure these containers are made out of plastic or glass though because metal ones could get ruined by contact with certain chemicals found in automotive fluids such as engine oil or transmission fluid! Once all of these chemicals are drained down below where they belong (which should take around 15 minutes), reinsert their respective plugs back into place before lowering everything back down again onto its wheels once more.”

You have shifted the car into reverse, but it will not move

If your car is not shifting into reverse, and you are sure that it has been shifted into the correct gear, then there could be a number of issues. The first thing to check is the transmission fluid level. While this may seem like an obvious thing to check, it is important to make sure that your transmission fluid isn’t low before moving onto other troubleshooting options. If your car does not have enough fluid in its system, then it will be unable to shift gears properly and could cause some serious damage if left unchecked for too long.

The next thing I would recommend doing would be checking whether or not the parking brake has been engaged (if applicable). This will ensure that nothing else has been accidentally moved while trying out different solutions on this list! After making sure everything is as secure as possible in terms of safety measures taken out of our control, we can move onto more difficult issues like checking pressure levels within our cars’ transmissions themselves.”

The car goes into reverse but it won’t move

If your car goes into reverse but won’t move, check to see if the brake is on. If it is, release it and try again.

If you’re still having trouble getting your car into reverse, make sure that the parking brake isn’t engaged by pushing down on it with your foot while trying again to put your vehicle into gear.

If this doesn’t solve the problem, check to see if you have accidentally pressed down on one of those little buttons near where you shift gears (like a stick shift). If so, push that button back up and try again!

The vehicle won’t go in reverse, but will go forward normally.

  • Check the transmission fluid level.
  • Check for a transmission filter.
  • Check for a transmission leak.

If none of these things are wrong, then it might be time to take your car in and have them look at it.

The transmission is slipping, or grinding when shifting gears.

If you feel the transmission is slipping or grinding when shifting gears, it could be a sign of a serious problem with your car’s transmission. The following are the most common reasons for this to happen:

  • Low fluid level in the transmission
  • A worn out clutch assembly that needs to be replaced
  • A bad differential gearset (this is more likely if you hear loud grinding noises)

Your transmission may need service

If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms, chances are good that your transmission needs service.

  • Slipping: A slipping transmission occurs when the car doesn’t move forward or backward at all. If this happens, check the fluid levels in both the engine and transmission. If they’re full, then check that there isn’t any debris blocking the gears inside of your vehicle’s gearbox (this is where most transmissions are located). You may also want to consider having someone look at it for you if this problem persists–it could be something more serious than just a blockage of some kind!
  • Grinding: When there is too much friction between two parts within a mechanical system such as ours here at [insert auto shop] we call this “grinding.” The best way I can describe this feeling would be like having sandpaper rubbed up against your hand–but worse because it’s happening inside of something which shouldn’t have any friction at all! In order for things like this not happen again anytime soon though there are certain things we need do first including replacing worn out parts with new ones so please come back soon so we can get started on fixing up those issues right away!”