A car might stall when shifting from park to reverse if the idle is set too low. It is also possible that the engine stalls because it is not fully warmed up before shifting from park to reverse.
Why would it stall or almost stall in Reverse but not in Drive? How long since it's received a tune-up and thorough check-up? How is the compression?
Is there park and nurtural?
* cause it needs to be put in drive to go forward
does my 1996 pontiac ga stall out in park
There may be a problem with the oxygen sensor that would cause this issue. There may also be a problem with the idle arm censor as well.
Are you having trouble shifting out of park? Would it be a bad solenoid/tranny?
The shifting in your 95 Dimante should work properly. If it is not, there is probably a gear out and you will need some transmission work done.
Before there can be an answer, need to know transmission type; 6 speed manual or 6 speed automatic? If its the manual, its the clutch takeup cable. The shifter should have a button or detent to push in order to move it into Reverse. Its most likely loose. If its the automatic, its most likely the brake sensor that must be engaged prior to shifting from Park. Driver must fully engage the foot brake prior to shifting from Park to Reverse and from Drive to Reverse. Most likely replacement of part will fix issue.
It might be a problem with your transmission because not all mx6's stall when you put it in drive or reverse.
I'm stumped. Can you help answer this question? This a normal sound for the Sebring, I've had two and they both make that sound when shifting form park to drive. No tranny problems.
Bent shifter rod,Frayed cable,obstruction in shifting path
Bad powertrain mount or worn CV joint or high idle speed or torque converter problem.