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There is a whining noise and the car will not go into gear now.

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Changing the fluid in the manual gearbox will not affect it not moving. If it is a manual transmission then the clutch is defective if it is a automatic gearbox then the transmission has failed and you will need to remove it and have it rebuilt.

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