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Re: clunk in trans
If this is a 4X4 then the problem is most likely the slip yoke not sliding smoothly on the transfer case output shaft splines. You can correct this bt lubricating the slip yoke splines with Teflon Grease .
If it is a 4X2 then lube the output shaft splines on the back of trans.
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Check your transmission fluid level when the engine is running and the car is in 'park'. add extra appropriate fluid as necessary via the dipstick tube. When 'max' is reached I think you will notice a return to normal shift operation.
it sounds like the fuel pump, the reason I say this...When you first start it up it runs great, after a while it has no power, if you climb a hill it will slow down and sounds like it is backfiring. Hope this helps
If this is an automatic and you mean that it starts but you can not move the shifter to get into gear. The problem could be that you are parked on a hill and need to relieve the pressure on the trans. To do this just push the car up the hill to relieve the pressure and see if it moves. If it does the problem is fixed if not you need to make sure the brake is on and to be safe have someone in the car holding the brake down. Then disconnect the shift cable at the trans and see if you can shift it at the trans. If you can the shift cable is probably bad, if not you have an internal trans problem.
Take the car to a transmission specialist and check the engine mounts and then the transmission. It sounds very much like you have a transmission fault. if the trans requires rebuilding it could be as much as $1500.00 lets hope its external to the trans, but do not leave it get it checked.