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I have a ford escape 2001 v6,water was fulled in the tank

And can run but no pawer to move, am in zambia

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If it runs without overheating issues but doesn't move forward or reverse....check your transmision fluid level...if its too low the vehicle won't move but the engine will run just fine.

Posted on Jan 17, 2009

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