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Took down transmission pan in 2003 lincoln avaitor to put fluid in. Replace pan back now it will not go in to gear.

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    The transmontane filter melted the stem off and into the pan still goes into gear but will not engage I put new filter and fluid

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Sounds like your filter is loose in your ****** or you forgot the gasket and the pump is not sucking any transmission fluid

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