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What would cause my transmission not to engage the car when the gear selector is at D (drive) or 2, the car only engage when the selector is at R (reverse) or L and while it's in motion you slip i

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probably internal ,especially if your car has done a lot of miles/klms,you may need to look further,double check fluid level,shift from rev to drive slowly but still think trans specialist needs to look....hate to say it

Posted on Oct 30, 2009

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SOURCE: 1995 Mazda MPV - reverse gear in automatic

SOUND LIKE BAD TRANSMISSION YOU CAN CHECK THE TRANS PAN FOR METAL SHAVINGS TO MAKE SURE YOU NEED A REBUILD. ALSO CHE YOUR TRANSMISSION FLUID SEE IF ITS RED OR BROWN BROWN MEANS USUALLY TRANSMISSION IS BURN OUT

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2.2td estima enima,the auto gearbox stopt change gear from 3 to 4,can somebody help me please?

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SOURCE: 2001 f350 v10 automatic transmission will not engage gears

Hi Brent,

No gears at all is not a good sign. About the only things that can cause all the gears to go out at the same time is either the transmission has a severe fluid leak and there is no fluid left to engage the clutches or you have something broken like an input shaft.

If your truck is a 4X4 make sure there is not something silly like the transfer case being in neutral.

Otherwise, check your fluid level. If it is really low, then you need to find out why. If it is not low, look at the color of the fluid and smell the fluid. Good fluid should be pink or red. Bad fluid will be dark brown and will have a burnt smell to it.

If the fluid looks and smells bad, then it is probably time for a transmission overhaul.

Posted on Oct 31, 2011

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