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Transmission shifter grinds

I jacked my 2001 Nissan Quest off the ground to change the strutes.
Which was done without a problem, but when I lowered the vehicle
it will not drive in any gear, and in all the gears it is in, all it does is
grind from the transmission.
I checked the fliuds and linkage, and both are fine. I am about to change
the trans fliud and filter, what I am needing to know is what else it could
be? Thanks.

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Please make sure that the driving axles are fully inserted into the transmission outputs.

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