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Hi, I've recently acquired a 2000 Sedona SX V6 Diesel, with 102k on the clock.


I'm having problems selecting reverse gear, the lever seem to hit solid sometimes, and others it will select the gear with no problem. It seems as if whatever is built into the box to keep you from selecting reverse from 5th gear etc is sticking...



Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated....
 

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This may help,but I would guess if you want to fix it then its a gearbox out job.

Guide plate unit
Because FIFTH and REVERSE are on straight line in
the shift pattern, a shift interlock is installed to prevent a
direct shift from FIFTH gear into REVERSE.
The reverse lock out cam is mounted on the interlock
plate where crank lever engages the shift pattern.
The reverse lock out cam is spring - loaded to block the
path of the crank lever to REVERSE gear from FIFTH
gear.
When the crank lever moves from the FIFTH gear
position, the contour of the reverse lock out cam directs
the crank lever into the NEUTRAL position.
The crank lever can enter the REVERSE gear position
only from the NEUTRAL position

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Thanks Bruno, what causes the problem I'm having then? does the lockout cam get sticky? can it be accessed by removing the end casing or is it a box stripping session?
 

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lock out plate inside the box... broken spring, had to replace the plate, cost £150 incl the part... plus £180 to remove and refit the box, not as bad as I expected. ;)
 
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