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I have a land rover 1997 automatic transmission

When it is started it moves but it does not automatically change gear. it remains in gear one.

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While driving at low speeds I started getting a loud clunking and bagging from the right wheel . then the the motor would just rev with no power going to any wheel. this is an atomatic trans on a 1997 xd discovery.

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Have you checked the oil level?  When is the last time you changed the oil? 

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