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Transmission stop working

It wasn't slipping,i was getting ready to backup,put it in reverse,nothing happened,no forward or reverse,changed fluid and filter,no shaving in pan.what else should i check. 1988 jag-xj6-borg warner 66 trans-90,000 miles,fluid wasn't burnt

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1988 Jaguar xj6 Trans does nothing.
Sounds like the limp mode rotary switch or the clutch switch on drivers side of tranny is defective.

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  • Roscoe007 Dec 17, 2008

    I would like to attach this after spending more time on your problem .Please also inquirer about the gear selector module , also if you would like to look under the car at the transmission , have someone else move the shifter lever to make sure the pin didn't come out of the shifter lever to trans.Here is a link to it below. Please give me a Fixya if I've helped you solve your problem! Thankyou !

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