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Old 07-28-2010, 02:12 AM   #1 (permalink)
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i got a 2005 jimny keeps poping out of reverse while underload backing up hills. Any way have any idea whys its doin this ? only somtimes does it fine on flat or down hill.
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i got a 2005 jimny keeps poping out of reverse while underload backing up hills. Any way have any idea whys its doin this ? only somtimes does it fine on flat or down hill.
Is this a 5 speed transmission? Do you have a body lift?

Perhaps weight transfer forward (you're facing downhill and backing up the hill) pushes the shift lever out of gear?
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How many miles are on it. If it's an automatic transmission have you had the transmission service done? (oil, filter, and flush) checked level of transmission fluid?
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Its a 5 speed manual hasn't got any lifts still stock , its done 71 000, i checked oil it was a little low.
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what do u think is wrong with it ????
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if it's manual, its most likely not due to the fluid being a little low. I don't have enough experience with the transmissions in the 2005, I think they changed them that year. I know they introduced the automatic and the push button 4wd in 05'. Usually when a manual tranny starts popping out of gear its time for a major overhaul.
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