Suddenly, I am having a problem with my A4. I took it to the dealer to have
my oil changed. I was told later that I needed a new transmission. After I
drove my car home, I later noticed that my car would not move in reverse.
Everything else works fine, but the car will just not move in reverse. I
have never had any transmission problems -- what could cause this, do I
need to start looking for a new transmission? Help!
That should be your LAST resort, not your first. <sheesh>
Reverse problems could be caused by a failing or failed clutch, but you
don't mention whether this is a manual or automatic.
Do you find oil leaks on the ground after the car has sat for a while?
I'd phone the dealer and see what they say.
What was their rationale for your needing a new transmission? Did you
have any issues with it prior to bringing it in for the oil change? Is
it an automatic or manual?
'04 A4 1.8Tq MT-6
Central NJ USA
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