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Transmission is going out. Reverse is always the 1st one to go.

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Q: Why does the car make a bang when put into reverse?
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Why does your car make a clunking noise by the front brakes when you put your car in reverse after parking on an incline?

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What happens when you put your car in reverse while the engine is off?

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Why would a 1989 Honda Civic DX 1.t automatic make a clunk when put in reverse if it is cold but work OK when warmed up?

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