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2004-2007 Cadillac CTS-V General Discussion Discussion, Hard going into reverse in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2004 - 2007; If it's only harder when running, the clutch is dagging slightly. It may be a pilot bearing binding up also. ...
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    Andy@A&ACorvette is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Re: Hard going into reverse

    If it's only harder when running, the clutch is dagging slightly. It may be a pilot bearing binding up also.
    Reverse is harder because the synchro is not there to help like it is in first.
    A shifter problem would show up running or not.

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    Re: Hard going into reverse

    Mine is also difficult going into reverse but I caused that on my own. I was having my exhaust worked on and was in a hurry to install the resistor in the skip shift solenoid and accidentally put it in the reverse solenoid lol. Dumb, I know.

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    Re: Hard going into reverse

    Quote Originally Posted by ctsvoom View Post
    Only had the V about a month so far. Reverse seems to be giving me fits. Goes in relatively easy when car is off but hard enough when running a couple times I thought it wasn't going to go into gear. Other gears go in but seem a little notchy to me. I'm hoping this isnt going to be a pocket busting expense as I just bought the car. But if anyone has some insight i'd appreciate it.
    I had a very similar problem on my previous V, 5-years ago. The problem turned out to be a flywheel that was off which let the internals of the transmission turn making it hard/impossible to get it into reverse. The dealer noticed there was no problem shifting into reverse when the engine was off.

    Check out this thread ----> http://www.cadillacforums.com/forums...lem-fixed.html

    Good luck


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    Re: Hard going into reverse

    Have a new monster setup coming for it. Was hoping to have by the weekend but looks like monday maybe instead. So probably next weekend before I have the car running again barring no more problems.

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