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Blazer notmoving could it be a blocked filter or need new transmission

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Generally a blocked filter will show up as a gradual loss of performance. If it's not moving, it certainly would not hurt to remove the pan and look at the filter. While you're in there, see what else is in the pan. A large acumulation of fine metal (both ferrous as well as aluminium), with fine or flaked reddish material indicates for sure internal failure.If oil is extremely "muddy" and smells burned along with above conditions, don't even bother replacing fluid. Time for the towtruck and trans shop!
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A blocked filter would make it not shift but still allow it to move. id say you are looking at the need of another transmission

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