Question about 2003 Mercury Grand Marquis
I was pulling my 2003 Mercury Grand Marquis into my driveway and decided that I needed to back-in so that I could unload the trunk. When I shifted into reverse, I heard a loud pop and some additional non-savory noices plus the entire car shuttered. At that point, the car would no longer go in reverse; all of the other gears work fine. This car has less than 100k on it; I keep it well maintained and drive rather conservatively. Am I looking at a transmission rebuild or could there be an electrical gremlin behind this such as the automatic transmission solenoid? Thanks for any assistance.
Usually what causes this is your reverse clutch is worn out in the transmission, or there is a bad valve
Posted on Dec 19, 2011
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