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My 1998 voyager will not go into any gear what would cause that

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Before you decide the transaxle is bad, check the shifter module on the top of the transaxle. disconnect the cable, and attempt to move it by hand. or have someone move the shifter and watch to see if the arm moves on top of the transaxle where it connects to the cable. If it does, check your fluid level while running at idle, to ensure you have fluild. if it moves and the fluid level is correct, your transaxle probably is bad.

Posted on Jan 22, 2013


On that vehicle you have a 90%
chance of a failed transaxle

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