Yes, mine will hesitate a second before dropping into reverse. occasionally and it seems to be random not associated with length of operation, temps or incline. It hasn't been a real show stopper for me, but I'll mention it at 22000 miles.I sometimes have a problem with my transmission slipping when I put the truck in reverse when I am on a hill. It will usually ketch if I put it back in drive then reverse again. Anybody else having the same problem?
Hi Aiden.Just an update in case anyone is having the same issue... Transmission Control Module now replaced, after which truck would not shift into any gear. They have now gotten it to shift, and the reversing problem is no better than before.
Interesting. Glad you were able to figure out the issue and get them to see the issue in action too so that they could help you.I know this is a dead thread but I found it while searching for info on the same problem and I figured I'd update. My problem was, when parked nose down on an incline (my driveway) the truck would fail to go into reverse from startup. Shifting from drive to reverse a few times would usually get me out as I worked towards getting the tuck horizontal. The dealership initially could not recreate the problem until I showed up to do it for them. The truck must be parked nose down for a minute or two to recreate the problem--which I did and the tech got it immediately. The tech said that the transmission fluid was all draining toward the front while parked and that, combined with a senor failure, was causing the problem. He had me keep the RPMs high while attempting to reverse. Eventually, the car jolted into reserve and triggered the check engine light. This allowed the tech to download the error codes to help identify which senors are bad. I'm taking the truck back in a few days for them to isolate the senor. I'll report back then. For now, parking flat or nose up is the workaround.