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My range rover classic has lost alldrive. A PIPE TO THE OIL COOLER HAS COME DISCONNECTED AND THE OIL HAS ALLDRAINED. WOULD THIS STOP THE GEARBOX FROM WORKING?

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Hi the answer is yes ,,the oil in the cooler is the same in the transmision in automatic vehicles,if you miss any oil the transmision will not shift do to lost of oil pressure, and it can couse severe damage to the transmision... good luck

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