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92 jeep wrangler, winter in chgo, will not allow push, trans?

Sluggish at start normal for weather, but tried several times to push in nuetral and wont budge. Did i blow the transmission? Any insight appreciated.

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  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010

    Stick shift? From what you said, sounds more like a blown differential, but need more info.

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I found in my jeep the parking brake likes to freeze on in cold weather other than that it sounds like it could be tranny transfercase or axels seized

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