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''1996 Cadillac Eldorado won't shift from first gear just replaced transmission and same problem''

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Have them replace the transmission solenoid. That's what fixed ours. Good luck.

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Call a local mobile mechanic for a hands on appraisal,is their a computer controling the gear change by any chance,mounted under the floor ,and water leaked in somewhere ????,sorry cant be much more use as we only have manuals here in spain.Only old grannys from northern europe have autos,you not a macho man with a auto car.

Posted on Feb 13, 2009

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