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2006 Mazda MAZDA6 Grand Sport i 4dr Sedan Auto

2006 Mazda MAZDA6
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Front Wheel Drive, 4 Door Sedan, Midsize
24 mpg city / 31 mpg hwy
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January 5, 2013, 12:46 am

Domenick M
 

Question: My car wont move when in reverse.

I can shift my car with no problem in any gear. I place it in reverse and it does not move. I give it gas and it moves but only as long as i give it gas and once i take my foot off i stop. I thought i needed to change my breaks because i would hear a screeching sound every time i hit the breaks. Sounds like its metal to metal and can hear a faint scrap when driving and my foot is off the break. The car moves without a problem in drive but will not roll unless i give gas. I get oil changes every 3k miles take good care of my car because it is my life line. Has about 49k+ miles on it.


January 13, 2013, 3:51 pm

Elizabeth K
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Get a complete brake inspection, it sounds like that is the problem.


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