transmission on 1994 Dodge Ram Wagon B250

my van has problems shifting fom park to reverse, and makes a strange rattling noise at higher rpms. what could this be?

by in San Jose, CA on March 30, 2009
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ANSWER by on April 08, 2009
The first thing I always check with automatic transmissions is the fluid level. Unfortunately if your automatic trans takes its time shifting to reverse, that may be signs of transmission wear. Start with the fluid check first
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COMMENT by on September 28, 2014
Mine does the same thing of the engine is cold. I put it in neutral for about 5 seconds and then to reverse. No problem. The rattling could be your trans dust cover.
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