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My car will not move in reverse

amandasaudiamandasaudi Posts: 1
edited September 2016 in Audi
Okay here is my problem I took my car to AutoZone had it scanned it said that I needed to replace my camshaft position sensor and my crankshaft position sensor so I did and now my car goes forward
In drive but will not move in reverse it feels like something is stopping me from reversing almost like a emergency brake but when I pull my emergency brake up just slightly my life comes on on my dashboard saying its engaged what could this be

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  • Mr_ShiftrightMr_Shiftright Sonoma, CaliforniaPosts: 62,927
    It's still possible that the brake could be sticking. If someone had your car on a lift, they could have mashed something. Those two sensors (very odd, btw, that BOTH could be bad at once) should have nothing to do with your transmission.

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